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The final report for the Mackenzie Valley Resource Managament Act (MVRMA) Workshop, which occured this past February 2018. Below are the links for the three parts of this final report. 

MVRMA 2018 Workshop Summary Report - April 2018     
MVRMA 2018 Workshop Appendices Part 1
MVRMA 2018 Workshop Appendices Part 2

Many thanks to the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board, the Government of the Northwest Territories, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, and the Land and Water Boards of the Mackenzie Valley for the organization of this workshop, and to all attendees. 

Issued: 22/05/2018


Regulatory Intern (Yellowknife, 6 Months)

Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board

 

The Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board (MVLWB) is accepting applications for a Regulatory Intern to join our Yellowknife team for a 6-month term. 

See full job posting on our Careers page

Applications should be submitted to the Executive Director at careers@mvlwb.com.

Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on May 15, 2018.

Issued: 17/04/2018


The Land and Water Boards of the Mackenzie Valley (Mackenzie Valley, Sahtu, Gwich’in, and Wek’eezhii) in collaboration with the Government of the Northwest Territories – Environment and Natural Resources (GNWT-ENR) and the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board (MVEIRB) have drafted Guidelines for Aquatic Effects Monitoring Programs.

 We invite reviewers to provide comments and suggestions to both improve the Guidelines as well as the current regulatory practices for AEMPs. See the Guidelines on our Online Review System, and submit your comments before February 28, 2018

Issued: 11/12/2017


 

Please be advised that the new Guidelines for Closure and Reclamation Cost Estimates for Mines is now available for staff and public use.

These Guidelines will outline the process for setting security and the expectations of proponents when submitting closure cost estimates.

Please be advised that the new Guidelines for Closure and Reclamation Cost Estimates for Mines is now available for staff and public use.

These Guidelines will outline the process for setting security and the expectations of proponents when submitting closure cost estimates.

The Guidelines document is posted on the Policies and Guidelines page (within “Resources” menu item) and is available for download.

Please see the attached Media Release for additional information about the content and use of these Guidelines. Thank you to all contributors for their valuable input!

Issued: 24/11/2017


MVRMA Poster

WHEN: Tuesday & Wednesday, February 13-14, 2018

WHAT: A workshop on follow-up, monitoring, and compliance of development projects in the Mackenzie Valley. 

WHERE: Explorer Hotel, Yellowknife, NT. 

Please be advised that the final version of the Guideline for Effluent Mixing Zones is now available for staff and public use.

This updated Guideline will improve clarity for applicants and other parties with respect to water licensing decisions related to effluent discharge and the use of mixing zones.

The Guideline is posted on the Policies and Guidelines page (within “Resources” menu item) and is available for download.

Career Opportunity - Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board

Job Title: Regulatory Manager 

Location: Yellowknife, NT 

Term/Remuneration: Full-time, permanent position (term position may be considered) 

Application Deadline: September 29, 2017

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