Reports and other relevant reference materials provided to the Nunavut Impact Review Board by external parties which are unrelated to project-specific assessments (available on the public registry) will be posted here to ensure access for Nunavummiut, residents of Canada, and other interested parties.

 

“Pan-Territorial Assessment and Regulatory Board Forum Workshop Summary Report” prepared by Stratos Inc., January 28, 2016

    On January 14-15, 2016, the Canadian Economic Development Agency – Northern Project Management Office (CanNor) hosted a Pan-Territorial Assessment and Regulatory Boards Forum. The purpose of the forum was to bring together, for the first time, representatives from each of the environmental assessment and regulatory (licensing/permitting) boards across the Northern Territories to discuss common challenges as well as opportunities for working together to address these challenges. This report provides an overview of the workshop, its presentations and discussions, and summarizes the outcomes of the workshop.
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“Pan-Territorial Environmental Assessment and Regulatory Board Forum Final Report” prepared by Stratos Inc., November 28, 2016

    On October 11-12, 2016, the Canadian Economic Development Agency – Northern Project Management Office (CanNor) hosted the second Pan-Territorial Environmental Assessment and Regulatory Board Forum (the Forum). The purpose of this Forum is to meet annually to bring together representatives from each of the assessment and regulatory boards in the North to discuss common challenges and solutions as well as opportunities for working together to address these challenges and share solutions. This report provides an overview of the workshop, its presentations and discussions, and summarizes the outcomes of the workshop.
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“Guidance for Evaluating Human Health Impacts in Environmental Assessment: Air Quality” prepared by Health Canada, December 2016

    This document provides generic guidance on predicting health risks of air quality in federal environmental assessments (EAs) of proposed major resource and infrastructure projects (such as mines, dams, pipelines and other projects). It presents the principles, current practices and basic information Health Canada looks for when it reviews the environmental impact statements (EIS) or other reports submitted by project proponents as part of the EA process.
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“Guidance for Evaluating Human Health Impacts in Environmental Assessment: Noise” prepared by Health Canada, January 2017

    This document provides generic guidance on predicting health risks of related to levels and/or types of sound predicted in federal environmental assessments (EAs) of proposed major resource and infrastructure projects (such as mines, dams, pipelines and other projects). It presents the principles, current practices and basic information Health Canada looks for when it reviews the environmental impact statements (EIS) or other reports submitted by project proponents as part of the EA process.
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“Guidance for Evaluating Human Health Impacts in Environmental Assessment: Radiological Impacts” prepared by Health Canada, January 2017

    This document provides generic guidance on predicting health risks related to levels of radiation predicted in federal environmental assessments (EAs) of proposed major resource and infrastructure projects (such as mines, dams, pipelines and other projects). It presents the principles, current practices and basic information Health Canada looks for when it reviews the environmental impact statements (EIS) or other reports submitted by project proponents as part of the EA process.
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“Guidance for Evaluating Human Health Impacts in Environmental Assessment: Drinking and Recreational Water Quality” prepared by Health Canada, December 2016

    This document provides generic guidance on predicting health risks of water quality in federal environmental assessments (EAs) of proposed major resource and infrastructure projects (such as mines, dams, pipelines and other projects). It presents the principles, current practices and basic information Health Canada looks for when it reviews the environmental impact statements (EIS) or other reports submitted by project proponents as part of the EA process.
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