The Nunavut Impact Review Board’s mission is to protect and promote the well-being of the Environment and Nunavummiut through the Impact Assessment process.
Get involved as we update our Rules of Procedure and develop Standard Impact Statement Guidelines!

NEW DOCUMENTS

Date Submitted
Project
Documents
2021-05-14
12MN001   Phase 2 Hope Bay Belt Project
   1
2021-05-14
05MN047   Doris North Mine
   1
2021-05-13
21YN021   Coastal hazard assessment in Kugluktuk and Grise Fiord (Aujuittuq), Nunavut
   7
2021-05-13
21XN012   Landfarm, Solid Waste Non-Hazardous Facility, Water and Sewage Treatment Infrastructure Upgrades, Temporary Camp and Amendment of Water Licence, for the Eureka High Arctic Weather Station
   3
2021-05-13
11MN034   Saline Effluent Discharge to Marine Environment, Rankin Inlet, Meliadine Gold Mine, Nunavut
   6
2021-05-13
17EA020   Meadowbank Precious Metal Property
   1
2021-05-12
21EN008   Kahuna Gold Property
   2
2021-05-12
16MN056   Whale Tail Pit - Expansion Project
   1
2021-05-12
21YN022   Muskox (Ovibos moschatus) distribution and abundance of Central Mainland, Nunavut (MX11)
   5
2021-05-12
21EN009   Turquetil-Esker Drilling Program
   1
Comment Submissions
2021-05-11
11MN034   Saline Effluent Discharge to Marine Environment, Rankin Inlet, Meliadine Gold Mine, Nunavut
   2
2021-05-11
12MN036   Back River Project
   1
2021-05-10
21YN022   Muskox (Ovibos moschatus) distribution and abundance of Central Mainland, Nunavut (MX11)
   1
2021-05-10
21EN009   Turquetil-Esker Drilling Program
   1
2021-05-10
08MN053   Production Increase Proposal Extension
   1
2021-05-10
16DN031   Operation Nanook 2016
   1
Conformity Determination

Welcome

TO THE NIRB WEBSITE AND PUBLIC REGISTRY

Located in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) is Nunavut’s environmental assessment agency, with responsibilities for assessing the potential impacts of proposed projects before any required permits, licences and approvals can be granted. The NIRB’s mission is to protect and promote the well-being of the Environment and Nunavummiut through the impact assessment process.

This website has been designed to provide background information on the NIRB, its responsibilities, events and activities, and to make the information related to the NIRB’s assessments as accessible as possible through the associated public registry and newsfeeds.

We encourage you to make your voice heard through the various stages of the NIRB’s environmental assessment process, from Screening to Review to Monitoring. Your input can make a positive difference for your family, your community, the environment and for Nunavut’s future!