Canadian Environmental Protection Act 1999 (S.C. 1999, c.33) - Act current to 2018-03-18 last amended 2018-02-12
Environmental Management Act Assented to October 23, 2003 - Act current to 2018-03-14
Fisheries Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. F-14) - Act current to 2018-03-18 last amended 2016-04-05
The Inuvialuit Water Board provides for the conservation, development and utilization of inland waters through its licensing processes to achieve the optimum benefit for all Canadians and, in particular, for the residents of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.
The goal of this website is to provide Inuvialuit beneficiaries, the public, and stakeholders with a gateway to the application process for the use of Inuvialuit lands and access to other pertinent information on ILA, Inuvialuit lands, and resources.
The Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board's mission is to conduct fair and timely environmental impact assessments in the Mackenzie Valley that protect the environment, including the social, economic and cultural well-being of its residents.
The Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board (MVLWB) is a regulatory authority that originates from Part 4 of the (MVRMA).
(WLWB) is to regulate the use of land and water and the deposit of waste throughout the area. Providing for the conservation, development and utilization of land and water resources to provide the optimum benefit for all Canadians and, in particular, for residents of Wek’eezhii, is a major requirement for the Board.
The Sahtu Land and Water Board is one of the four Land and Water Boards that were established by the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act (MVRMA). These boards provide for an integrated and coordinated system of land and water management in the Mackenzie Valley.
The Gwich’in Land and Water Board is a regulatory authority established under the Gwich’in Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement and given effect by the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act to provide for an integrated and coordinated system of land management in the Mackenzie Valley of the Northwest Territories.
The object of the Board is to provide for conservation, development, and utilization of the land and water resources in the Gwich’in settlement area in a manner that will provide the optimum benefit for present and future residents of the settlement area and the Mackenzie Valley and for all Canadians.