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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
The Expert Panel conducting the review of federal environmental assessment processes engaged broadly with the public and Indigenous groups, both online and in-person from September to December 2016. Visit EAreview.ca/what-weve-heard/ to read what the Panel heard during this engagement period.The public, stakeholders, and Indigenous groups will have another opportunity to share their views during a public comment period, after the Expert Panel has submitted their report with findings and recommendations to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change.
Modernizing the National Energy Board
Visit neb-modernization.ca for more information about the different ways on how you can participate.
Fish habitat protection
Visit letstalkfishhabitat.ca to read what Canadians had to say about fish habitat protection.
Questionnaire: Improving Canada's Environmental and Regulatory Processes
From June 20 to August 31, 2016, Canadians were invited to participate in an online questionnaire to help inform the Government's review of environmental and regulatory processes.
A summary of comments received will be posted after the results of the questionnaire have been analyzed. Check back here to see updates on what we have heard.
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