Aboriginal Engagement vs Aboriginal Consultation Here's the difference

Bob Joseph
Why do we see some organizations call their work Aboriginal Engagement and some refer to it as Aboriginal Consultation? To find the answer we need to look into a sometimes rapidly evolving area of the law called Aboriginal Consultation and Accommodation, and specifically at a legal principle called the duty to consult and who owes the duty to consult - the project proponent or the government?

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