Brian Dominique focuses on the infrastructure, natural resources, and electricity sectors. He has acted on transactions involving mining projects across Canada (including the far north) and throughout the Americas, Africa, Australia, Europe, and Asia including advising clients that explore for, build, and operate gold, silver, copper, zinc, nickel, iron, uranium, and diamond mineral projects. Brian has significant experience in mining exploration and mine development (and related infrastructure), production and metals sales, and private electricity projects (hydro, cogeneration, solar and wind and related infrastructure), including farm-in, operating, royalty, off-take, rail & port, and power purchase agreements, easements, joint ventures, partnerships and limited partnerships, and acquisition of related government rights. He acted as Chief Federal Negotiator in negotiating the transfer of legislative authority over lands and resources in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Territory and advised the Government of Ontario on the restructuring of the electricity industry and break-up of the former Ontario Hydro. Brian also has extensive experience in Aboriginal law and negotiating with and for Indigenous peoples. Called to the Ontario Bar in 1989.
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