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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to be the Keynote Speaker at “The Trading Place” – Saskatchewan’s Premier Economic Development Event
by mmnationtalk onSeptember 4, 20121219 Views
For Immediate Release
September 4, 2012 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Environmental law expert and activist, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is slated to be the keynote speaker at “The Trading Place”, Saskatchewan’s premier economic development conference sponsored by the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) Economic Development Secretariat. The event will take place September 24-25, 2012 at Prairieland Park.
Since 1987 Kennedy has served as a Clinical Professor of Environmental Law and co-director of the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic at Pace University School of Law. He is also the founder and current chairperson of the umbrella Waterkeeper Alliance organization. He also serves as senior legal representative for the Natural Resources Defense Council, a New York based non-profit organization that works to restrict land use and expand environmental laws.
“The Trading Place” conference is designed to bring together regional top decision makers, major industries and businesses looking to be a part of one of the fastest and hottest growing economies in the world. The conference will provide an opportunity to explore development possibilities. Conference participants will address the critical issues affecting growth and development in the region. The collaborative effort is designed to be a learning environment to share ideas and combine forces in order to bringing about a universal understanding that will benefit one and all.
Event activities will include workshops, panels, plenary sessions, Indian Market and Exhibits to attract major corporate, public and private business to our event.
For more information or to pre-register for this Economic development event: Fax to 877.871.1277 or call 306 665 1215. Online registration at www.fsin.com Your paid registration reserves your seat.
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