NUNAVUT PLANNING COMMISSION NOTICE TO PUBLIC OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT INFORMATION SESSIONS ON THE DRAFT NUNAVUT LAND USE PLAN, 2016
The Nunavut Planning Commission is developing a land use plan to guide how land and water is used in Nunavut. The Commission will be holding Information Sessions under rule 17 of the Commission’s new Rules for Public Proceedings. Join the Commission’s Chairperson Andrew Nakashuk and staff to discuss land use in Nunavut.
Locations and Dates:
- Kugaaruk Community Hall, Monday November 18, 2019
- Taloyoak Community Hall, Wednesday November 20, 2019
- Gjoa Haven Community Hall, Thursday November 21, 2019
- Cambridge Bay Community Hall, Monday November 25, 2019
- Kugluktuk Community Hall, Wednesday November 27, 2019
(Additional dates are being scheduled for the Kivalliq Region in early 2020)
Time: Afternoon sessions are from 1:30pm to 4:30pm;
Evening sessions are from 6:30pm to 9:30pm.
Purpose: The purpose of the Information Sessions is to hear the views of community residents on the Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan, 2016. Commission staff will give a presentation and information on the Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan, 2016, answer questions, and will solicit comments, evidence, Traditional Knowledge and technical information relating to priority issues in the Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan, 2016. Under rule 15(5) of the Rules for Public Proceedings, the Commission will prepare summaries of oral comments received in the Information Sessions to be included in the public record and considered in revising the Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan, 2016.
Participants in the Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan, 2016 Proceeding, and the public, are welcome to attend, and may file additional material to include in the Commission’s public record by February 28, 2020.
The Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan, 2016, the Schedule of Upcoming Community Visits, the Rules for Public Proceedings, and the Commission’s record of consultations and comments on the Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan, 2016 and past versions of the plan are available at www.nunavut.ca . Also see our Facebook Page.
Contact us at (867) 979-3444 or by Email at firstname.lastname@example.org .