The Government of Canada is currently undertaking a comprehensive review of federal environmental and regulatory processes. This review includes the following:
- Reviewing federal environmental assessment processes;
- Modernizing the National Energy Board;
- Restoring lost protections and introducing modern safeguards to the Fisheries Act and the Navigation Protection Act.
There have been many ways that Canadians have been able to get involved and participate in this process.
Review of federal environmental assessment processes
- In August 2016, a four-person Expert Panel was established by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change to review federal environmental assessment processes.
- The Expert Panel spent months engaging the public, Indigenous groups, and stakeholders, both in person and online. The Panel went to 21 cities, received over 500 online submissions, and welcomed over 1,000 participants at engagement sessions.
- The Expert Panel has now delivered its report to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change.
- Canadians are invited to read the report and tell us what they think at LetsTalkEA.ca until May 5, 2017. All comments will be considered public.
- For more information, check out our FAQs.
Modernizing the National Energy Board
Visit neb-modernization.ca to read what Canadians had to say about National Energy Board modernization.
Fish habitat protection
Visit letstalkfishhabitat.ca to read what Canadians had to say about fish habitat protection.
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