The Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board (MVLWB), Sahtu Land and Water Board (SLWB), Gwich’in Land and Water Board (GLWB), and Wek’eezhii Land and Water Board (WLWB) are requesting a statement of qualifications from contractors to supply engineering and scientific support services on an as-and-when needed basis.
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CLARIFICATION REGARDING PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS
The main body of the Statement of Qualifications is not to exceed 20 pages and the entire submission, including appendices, is not to exceed 90 pages. CVs of each proposed resource will not exceed 2 pages. Responses should include the following:
--> A company profile, including a summary of technical services that your organization specializes in and a description of experience relating to northern development, projects, and issues; --> A list of all northern projects the company has worked on in an effort to identify possible conflicts of interest; --> Qualifications and experience of individuals who will be providing specialized engineering and scientific support services; --> Hourly and daily rates for each individual; and --> Each proposal must identify a point of contact.
The Land and Water Boards have launched our updated Online Registry. We are making every effort to avoid interruption in our service, and do recognize there are issues to address. Please send any feedback to Ryan Fequet. We appreciate your patience during the transition.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.
Due to the potential work stoppage by Canada Post, if you intend to submit or have submitted an application and/or other documentation to the Board during this period, please contact our office to confirm receipt and/or inquire about an alternative method for submission.