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We are very thankful to all of our sponsors!

Without the generosity and support of our corporate sponsors, our conferences would not be possible and of high quality. 
We thank you.
The Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association (CAMA) was founded and incorporated in 1992 as a Not-for-Profit Federal Corporation, under the laws of Canada. Our main activity is the bringing of Aboriginal communities and resources companies together to address community, environment, health and economic development issues.

 Our main objective is to bring Aboriginal communities, resource companies and suppliers together to collaborate and learn from each, work toward mutual benefits for the growth and health of Aboriginal communities and Industry. This is accomplished primarily through our unique network, where delegates from communities, industry, governments and the private sector share their knowledge through lessons learned and innovative ideas on how to move forward together. 

 This year our theme Shared Lands & Resources - Creating Healthy Returns”.  This theme is founded on the spirit and intent for sharing.  We all share the need for a healthy environment to achieve our objectives, whether it is an Aboriginal community striving to remain vibrant or a resource project striving to provide a return on investment to shareholders. Healthy people and environments ensure productive workforces which is essential for the profitability, growth and health of the Aboriginal communities and resource companies.  The spirit and intent of negotiated arrangements, whether Treaties or Benefits Agreements, are founded on the Sharing of the rewards and benefits for all to realize healthy returns. Has this happened?

 Highlights for 2018 include an in-depth discussion on Bill C-69 Impact Assessment Act and its’ requirement to include aspects of community, environmental, social, health and their effects on Indigenous peoples.  Links between community connection to environment, arising health impacts and toward certainty of investment for a healthy return for all will be presented.   Returning for 2018 is the popular Legal Panel, Leadership Panel, Youth Panel, Key Note address along with other highlights on the economy, resource development, Aboriginal community aspirations, joint initiatives, environment and more.  We will also address “What is the business case for suppliers and companies to work with Aboriginal communities”?

 Our conference continues to be a huge success, both in quality and attendance with over 500 delegates last year.  This year we hope to build on our success from 2017 and are hopeful for your continued support to achieve another successful conference for 2018.

 The conference is entitled Shared Lands & Resources - Creating Healthy Returns.  It will be held at the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre, Toronto, Ontario on November 11 - 13, 2018.  The conference is an ideal platform to create and nurture networks.

 In sponsoring the 26th Annual Conference, the benefits include:

  • Target Audience attendance in Aboriginal Resource Development;
  • Promote your Corporation / Community Successes, Innovations and Leadership;
  • Brand Yourself as a Supporter of “Responsible Resource Management, Environmental Management & Community Relationships”;
  • Network with Industry and Community experts to explore potential new business ventures;
  • Strengthen and enhance existing Industry & Community networks; and
  • Keep ahead of “Leading Edge Practices” and “Legal Developments”;


Contact us for our 2018 Sponsorship Opportunities sheet which outlines specific benefits associated with each identified sponsorship level.  Sponsorship levels are filled on a first come basis.