The Commission will host workshops and gather feedback on the Draft Plan in every Nunavut municipality, as well as with the Inuit of Nunavik and the Athabasca and Manitoba Denesuline over the next year. Additional dates to be determined.
Due to weather, the public meeting in Clyde River to review the proposed transportation corridor for the Early Revenue Phase of the Mary River Project has been moved to 3:00 pm on January 7, 2014.
A new webpage has been added for Plan Amendments to approved land use plans.
Further to the NPC’s public notice published November 18, 2013, it is the intention of the Nunavut Planning Commission (NPC) to conduct a Review with the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) of the transportation corridor proposed as part of the Baffinland Iron Mine Corporations (BIMC) Early Revenue Phase (ERP) for the Mary River Project.
The Nunavut Planning Commission (NPC) and the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) are conducting a joint Public Review of the transportation corridor proposed as part of the Baffinland Iron Mine Corporations (BIMC) Early Revenue Phase (ERP) for the Mary River Project.
Summaries of community meetings on the Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan in the Qikiqtani Region and Nunavik are now available on the Downloads page.
The Nunavut Planning Commission has made available "A Guide to Engagement" to provide additional details and clarify the next steps of land use planning process by providing timelines and an explanation of the opportunities and expectations for government, industry, Inuit organizations, non-government organizations and other interests to formally engage in the process.
Iqaluit, Nunavut (June 7, 2013) – The Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA) together with the Nunavut Planning Commission (NPC) are pleased to announce the completion of community consultations in the Qikiqtani Region.
The Nunavut Planning Commission (the Commission) has prepared and made public a Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan (DNLUP). The DNLUP is a first generation land use plan and as with all land use plans, it is a living document.
This Priority Areas Map shows areas that have been identified because of their importance to Inuit and wildlife. Help us take care of the land by telling us about important areas near your community.