Publications and Media
- "From Protest to Process Agreement", OKT Blog, December 4, 2014
- Kate Kempton, “Ontario appeal court clamps down on free entry mining exploration…”, The Lawyers Weekly, September 21, 2007, Lexis Nexis Canada Inc.
- Presentation, “Industry Responsibility”, March 2007, Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada Conference (Toronto).
- Presentation, “Update on Relationship Between the Crown and Indigenous Peoples in Respect of Resource Use and Rights”, February 2007, The Canadian Institute Conference (Toronto).
- “Rules of the Relationship Between Indigenous Peoples and the Crown in Decision-Making”, conference presentation at Hot Topics & Developments in Aboriginal Law Ontario Bar Association, Toronto, February 2007.
- Kate Kempton (with M. Wente), “‘Rule of Law’ Concept Should Apply to All Parties”, The Lawyers Weekly, September 22, 2006, Lexis Nexis Canada Inc.
- Kate Kempton, “Aboriginal Sovereignty” (Paper presented for Department of Justice Forum, November 2005).
- Presentation, “Water Rights”, November 2005, Aboriginal Law Forum Conference (Toronto).
- Presentation, “How Do Aboriginal Groups Get Standing to Sue the Crown”, September 2005, Pacific Business and Law Institute Conference (Ottawa).
- Presentation, “Accounting for Energy Development Impacts: Partnerships Between Indigenous Peoples and Energy Buyers”, May, 2005, Pacific Business and Law Institute, Aboriginal Forum Conference (Calgary).
- Kate Kempton, “Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Canadian Law on Aboriginal “Water” Rights and the Great Lakes Annex” (Paper prepared for Great Lakes Indigenous Peoples Network, Niagara Falls Ontario, and a version of the paper widely circulated since, April, 2005).
- Kate Kempton, “Survival and Strength of Indigenous Peoples: A Workshop” (Paper prepared for many indigenous peoples and presented to them, across Canada, ongoing).
- Workshop, “Home and Native Land: Respectful Partnerships Between Indigenous Peoples and ENGOs”, April, 2005, Workshop for the Sustainability Network (Toronto).
- Presentation, “Environmental Justice and Indigenous Sacred Law”, March, 2005, Annual Conference of the Law Union of Ontario.
- Kate Kempton, “Public Participation in Mining Law and Practice” (Paper prepared for the Canadian Institute of Environmental Law and Policy, 2000).
- Kate Kempton, “Oppression Digested” (Paper on environmental ethics and ecofeminism prepared for the York University Ethics Seminar, 1999).
- Editor of Canada v. The Environment by Stephen Hazell, (Toronto: Canadian Environmental Defence Fund, 1999).
- Kate Kempton (with M. MacLaren), “The Protection of Human Rights in South Africa: A Conversation With Justice Arthur Chaskalson, President of the Constitutional Court of South Africa” (1998) 56:1 UT Fac L Rev.
- Kate Kempton, “When Home and Hearth is a Frightening Experience: Domestic Violence”, Women: Toronto Women’s Quarterly Newsmagazine (1996) 1:2 at 20.
- Kate Kempton, “The World Beyond the Waves – an Environmental Novel for Young Adults” (Santa Monica CA: Portunus Publishing, 1995).
- Kate Kempton, “Zoos: Asking the Right Questions”, Green Magazine (January 1995) vol. 41 at 29.
- Kate Kempton, “Solar Sailor”, December 1994, Earthkeeper 22.
- Kate Kempton, “A Sum Greater Than the Parts”, November 1994, Print Action 12.
- Kate Kempton, “Beyond Beef But Not Beyond Belief”, July 1994, The Canadian Vegetarian Magazine at 12.
- Kate Kempton, “Virtual Success”, 1994, Print Action.
- Several presentations at Law and Indigenous Rights conferences, including: FPIC, Mining Law and Indigenous Rights, The Duty to Consult and Accommodate in Law and Practice; Indigenous Self Determination and Sovereignty in International and Domestic laws; Setback and Survival - The Legal Historical Relationship Between the Crown and Indigenous Peoples in What Some Call Canada; Energy Law and Indigenous Rights; Developments in Commercial Projects with IBAs and Equity Ownership with Indigenous Peoples" - 1992 to present
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