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Indigenous Led Projects Forum

Transitioning to the Green Economy:

Opportunities for Indigenous Nations

April 2-3rd 2024

Hybrid In-Person + webinar

Indigenous-Led Projects

A two-day event hosted at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in downtown Toronto.

This gathering provides a unique space for Indigenous communities and organizations & industry and government representatives to come together and engage in meaningful discussions about the opportunities, challenges and support surrounding Indigenous-led projects in Canada.

Keynote Speakers

The Honourable Doug Ford

Premier of Ontario

The Honourable George Pirie

Minister of Mines

Chief Bruce Achneepineskum

Chief of Marten Falls First Nation

Chief Cornelius Wabasse

Chief of Webequie First Nation


April 2-3 2024 | 8:30am - 4pm


Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
123 Queen St W

MC & Hosts

There will be informative panel discussions and case studies led by industry experts and Indigenous partners.

Andre Morriseau / MC

Communications Manager / ONWA

Michael Fox / HOST

CEO / Indigenous Community Engagement

Qasim Saddique / HOST

Principal Consultant / Suslop

ILPF 2024

Key Topics:

Critical Minerals

The Indigenous Potential

The Nuclear Sector

Opportunities for Indigenous Peoples

Indigenous-Led Utility Corridors

Connecting the Opportunity

Renewable Energy

The Next Generation

Chief Wabasse, Webequie First Nation

Our Sponsors




Trade Floor & Artists Booths:


NEW 2024

A trade floor will be set up to feature Indigenous artisans and businesses, providing a platform to showcase their creations and services.

The event also offers valuable networking opportunities, enabling participants to connect and explore potential collaborations.

Be part of this forum where conversation, collaboration and partnership pave the way for positive change in Indigenous-led projects, particularly in the context of transitioning to a sustainable, green economy. View sponsorship benefits

ILPF 2024

& Partnership.

Transitioning to a sustainable,
green economy.

We acknowledge the land we are meeting on is the traditional territory of many Nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.