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The February Newsletter of the Land and Water Boards of the Mackenzie Valley is now available. This edition's content:

             -   MVLWB and National Energy Board Sign Memorandum of Understanding

             -   Sahtu Winter Oil and Gas Activities

             -   Canadian Zinc Prairie Creek Mine Public Hearing

             -   Tlicho Community-Based Fish and Water Monitoring Program

The Land and Water Boards have upgraded their public registries with a new operating platform. The appearance of the registries will be slightly different and subject to change as the sites are fine-tuned, but the content has not changed.  Please update your links to our online registries, and if you have any  questions or concerns about its usability, feel free to contact  MVLWB Information Technology Specialist Rhonda Miller at rmiller@mvlwb.com

The Land and Water Boards of the Mackenzie Valley have completed, and are pleased to present, a comprehensive draft policy framework related to community engagement and Board consultation under the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act (MVRMA).

The MVLWB has re-issued its Clarification of Spill Reporting Expectations notice to correct an error in the first bullet of the previous notice.

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The Gwich’in Land and Water Board is proud to unveil our new website!!! We hope that this new site will make navigating through the regulatory world easier and more efficient for our stakeholders.  If you have any suggestions on how to improve our website, please contact Leonard DeBastien at 867-777-7964.

The Land and Water Boards have released Draft Engagement Policy (Policy) and Draft Engagement Guidelines for Applicants and Holders of Land Use Permits and Water Licences (Guidelines).

The Land and Water Boards of the Mackenzie Valley are pleased to announce the release of standards for GIS and other document submissions to the Boards.

The Land and Water Boards of the Mackenzie Valley have released their Draft Guide to the Land Use Permitting Process for public comment. Comments are due by May 31, 2012.

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