Pancontinental Resources Corporation (Pancon) (TSX-V: PUC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), effective October 1, 2018, with the Flying Post First Nation (FPFN) in Northern Ontario. The FPFN-Pancon MOU provides a mutually beneficial framework for cooperation on the company’s three battery metals exploration projects, located 65 km northwest of Timmins: the Montcalm Project, the Gambler Project, and the Nova Project.
John Stefaniuk, Partner, Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP
In 2012 the then Government of Canada’s Omnibus budget legislation included significant amendments to the environmental assessments and approval provisions of both the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act and the Fisheries Act. This was a matter of concern to the Mikisew Cree, who felt the Government ought to have first consulted with Indigenous peoples who, and whose aboriginal rights, might be affected by the legislative changes.
A 100% First Nations owned and operated company based in Thunder Bay has received province-wide recognition.
It was officially announced on Thursday, October 18, 2018 that the Agoke Development Corporation (Agoke) was the recipient of the Business Partnership of the Year Award at the NADF (Nishnawbe
Aski Development Fund) Business Awards.