Germaine Conacher

Germaine Conacher

Germaine Conacher

Partner, Consulting, Indigenous Services

Germaine Conacher, MA, is a member of MNP’s Consulting team, specializing in Aboriginal consultation and Aboriginal rights studies (also known as traditional land use studies). Drawing on more than a decade of experience, Germaine helps First Nations, Métis governments, natural resource development companies and provincial, territorial and federal governments with all aspects of Aboriginal consultation.

Germaine implements results-based consultation processes, guiding projects from inception to successful conclusion. She has conducted more than a dozen Aboriginal rights studies with First Nations in Alberta, B.C., Saskatchewan, Ontario and the Yukon and has been involved in developing methods for identifying effects to Aboriginal and treaty rights within environmental assessments.

Germaine’s most recent projects include coordinating the Aboriginal consultation for pipeline and transmission companies and conducting land use studies for Nations in western Canada and Ontario. She has presented on duty to consult / Aboriginal consultation requirements for several companies and organizations. Germaine is known for being able to determine clear direction in complex situations and solve problems for clients.

In 2002, Germaine earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, with distinction, from the University of Alberta. She obtained her Master of Arts (MA) degree at the University of Toronto in 2005.


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