The SLWB has updated the current authorization map that can be found under Map Section of the SLWB website. The map illustrates the active authorizations as of December 5, 2016 managed by the SLWB. For any mapping related questions, please contact: Jacqueline Ho, Regulatory Technician at 867 766 7465 or e-mail email@example.com
The Public Hearing for the Water Licence Application W2013L2-0002 and Land Use Permit Application W2013D0007 for the Dominion Diamonds Ekati Corporation (DDEC) Ekati Jay Project will be held from Tuesday, December 13th, 2016 to Thursday, December 15th, 2016 from 8:30 am - 5:00pm at the Explorer Hotel in Yellowknife.
Please see the WLWB Online Registry for the application and supporting documents, as well as the WLWB Work Plan for the proceeding (updated September 29th, 2016).
The Forum was established to enable representatives from the regulatory and environmental assessment boards based in Nunavut, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon to share best practices, explore common challenges, and discuss potential solutions.
The Boards are responsible for issuing water licences to community governments as required by the Waters Act. However, the responsibility of ensuring and monitoring compliance is shared with the various departments of the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT). In May 2016, the Boards requested collaboration with the GNWT to improve water licence (WL) compliancy and the effectiveness of the current licencing process.
Dear Members of the SLWB Distribution Lists,
The Sahtu Land and Water Board (SLWB) is updating our distribution lists. We request that reviewers on SLWB Distribution List(s) review their contact information on each of our district's lists. Please provide us with any updates or changes to the contact information for your organization.
Please check the attached Distribution Lists for Deline District, Imperial Oil Resources Limited, Tulita District and K'asho Got'ine District, and confirm that: (a) you wish to continue to be on the list; (b) if you are the correct contact from your organization, and (c) let the Board staff know if you are aware of any other organizations that should be on the Distribution List(s).
Please respond by January 22, 2016.
Phone Number: 867-598 2413 (see exensions below)
The Land and Water Boards of Mackenzie Valley have developed the attached Draft Guideline for Geographic Information System (GIS) Submission Standard for public comment. The draft Guideline describes the Boards’ expectations for GIS associated submissions including project location description, maps, GIS data, and metadata. The Boards’ objective is to ensure that map and GIS submissions are complete, accurate, and consistent between projects, which supports an efficient and effective regulatory process.
The Draft Guideline has been reviewed by the Boards’ GIS Initiative Team and approved by the Boards’ Executive Directors to put forth for public review. The Boards look forward to receiving feedback on the draft Guideline. Your comments are much appreciated. The deadline for public comments is July 1, 2016. Comments can be submitted on the MVLWB’s Online Review System.
To kick off the new year, the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board (MVLWB), the Department of Municipal and Community Affairs (GNWT-MACA), and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (GNWT-ENR) are releasing four Operation and Maintenance Plan Templates for Municipal Water Licences. These fillable-pdf documents were collaboratively designed to be user-friendly and are intended to reduce the workload of municipalities to satisfy their municipal licence requirements. The templates include:
Solid Waste Facility (SWF)
Wastewater (Sewage) Treatment System (WWTS)
Water Treatment Plant (WTP)
Spill Contingency Plan
The templates are now available for submission in the ‘Policies and Guidelines’ page under the ‘Resources’ tab of all Land and Water Board websites.
*Please note that these templates are not meant to replace any already existing Operation and Maintenance Plans that municipalities have completed.
In response to the Federal Government’s Action Plan on the Northern Regulatory System, the Land and Water Boards of the Mackenzie Valley have prepared a position paper on this important issue.