2nd Webinar | The Next Stages of Indigenous Governance in Quebec (1:25:52)

Webinar Series on “Indigenous Peoples and the Law”

This program contains 1.5 CPD hour in all Canadian provinces.

This webinar was recorded on October 21, 2020 thanks to the technical support of Courthouse Libraries BC. (In French with simultaneous interpretation)


Our second webinar will examine the successes and struggles of the Indigenous People in Quebec to exercise autonomy and self-governance. The speakers will consider how the current and historic circumstances of Quebec’s stance towards the Canadian federal government impacted the province’s relationship with the Inuit and First Nations that share its borders. The webinar will also address the impact of the province’s disruption of the Indigenous gender dynamics on the governance systems of the Inuit and First Nations in Quebec.


  • Chief Ghislain Picard, Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador
    Ken Rock, Executive Director, Uashat mak Mani-utenam Economic Development Corporation


  • Michèle Moreau, Lawyer