Impact Assessment Agency of Canada
The Impact Assessment Agency of Canada leads federal impact assessments. The Agency manages the process to collect the information needed to understand potential impacts of proposed projects. Consult this page for the basics about impact assessments.
- Learn about impact assessments
- Find training opportunities on impact assessment
- Find information on a project
- Find guidance on conducting an impact assessment
- Find news releases and public notices
- Find job opportunities
- Proponent: submit documents and data
Assessments under IAA
Learn about the purpose and steps of impact assessments under the Impact Assessment Act.
Learn about regional and strategic assessments under Impact Assessment Act.
Information on potential and current impact assessments of projects, and regional and strategic assessments under the Impact Assessment Act.
How to get involved
Learn how the public can participate in impact assessments.
Learn about consultation with Indigenous Peoples in impact assessment.
Learn about the Agency's three funding programs, which support those interested in participating in the impact assessment process.
Policy and guidance
Consult documents providing guidance to the legislated obligations for federal impact assessments under the Impact Assessment Act.
Learn about the federal impact assessments under the Impact Assessment Act.
Find training opportunities on impact assessment.
Consult guidance documents related to environmental assessments commenced under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012.
Acts and regulations
Learn about the Impact Assessment Act and its regulations.
Learn about agreements that are in place with other jurisdictions.
Learn about the compliance promotion and enforcement program, policies and activities.
Learn about the review process of projects under JBNQA and the organizations involved.
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