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.
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NEW DOCUMENTS

Date Submitted
Project
Documents
2021-04-15
08MN053   Phase 2 Development Proposal
   7
2021-04-14
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
   1
2021-04-14
21EN013   Pistol Lake Project
   1
Comment Submissions
2021-04-14
08MN053   Phase 2 Development Proposal
   5
2021-04-13
17EA020   Meadowbank Precious Metal Property
   1
2021-04-13
17XN030   Pond Inlet Marine Infrastructure
   1
General Correspondence
2021-04-13
11MN034   Saline Effluent Discharge to Marine Environment, Rankin Inlet, Meliadine Gold Mine, Nunavut
   6
2021-04-13
08MN053   Phase 2 Development Proposal
   7
2021-04-12
21EN013   Pistol Lake Project
   1
Comment Submissions
2021-04-12
11MN034   Saline Effluent Discharge to Marine Environment, Rankin Inlet, Meliadine Gold Mine, Nunavut
   3
Final Written Submissions
2021-04-12
08MN053   Phase 2 Development Proposal
   9
2021-04-09
11MN034   Saline Effluent Discharge to Marine Environment, Rankin Inlet, Meliadine Gold Mine, Nunavut
   15
2021-04-09
07RN072   5050 Nunavut Ltd. Cat Train from Kugluktuk to McGregor Lake
   1
2021-04-09
07EN021   Hayer Camp, Ingot Camp and Bullion Camp
   1
Authorizations
2021-04-09
21KN015   Lake Hazen Barrel Shed Remediation and Replacement
   6
2021-04-09
21QN011   Kugluktuk Quarry Sites (Lot 572 and South of Airport)
   1
Comment Submissions
2021-04-09
21UN002   Building Demolition and Temporary Camp at Eureka High Arctic Weather Station (HAWS), Amendment and Renewal of Water Licence and Extension of Quarry Permit
   1
2021-04-09
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
   1
Comment Submissions
2021-04-09
12MN001   Phase 2 Hope Bay Belt Project
   1
2021-04-09
05MN047   Doris North Mine
   1
2021-04-09
08MN053   Phase 2 Development Proposal
   4
2021-04-08
11MN034   Saline Effluent Discharge to Marine Environment, Rankin Inlet, Meliadine Gold Mine, Nunavut
   1
2021-04-08
11MN034   Meliadine Gold
   1
2021-04-08
21EN013   Pistol Lake Project
   2
2021-04-08
21QN005   West Remus Creek Quarry Expansion
   1
Comment Submissions
2021-04-08
12MN036   Back River Project
   7
2021-04-08
08MN053   Phase 2 Development Proposal
   5
2021-04-07
14QN039   Northwest Granular Deposit Road and Quarry Deposit
   1
Conformity Determination
2021-04-07
17EA020   Meadowbank Precious Metal Property
   1
2021-04-07
08MN053   Phase 2 Development Proposal
   1
2021-04-07
11EA050   Chidliak Project
   4
2021-04-07
11MN034   Meliadine Gold
   15
2021-04-06
11MN034   Meliadine Gold
   40
Annual Reports
2021-04-06
21UN002   Building Demolition and Temporary Camp at Eureka High Arctic Weather Station (HAWS), Amendment and Renewal of Water Licence and Extension of Quarry Permit
   2
2021-04-06
17EA020   Meadowbank Precious Metal Property
   1
Comment Submissions
2021-04-06
08MN053   Production Increase Proposal Extension
   2
2021-04-06
21UN001   1990s caribou camp and fuel cache clean-up (Ahiak Migratory Bird Sanctuary)
   1
Screening Decision Report
2021-04-06
08MN053   Phase 2 Development Proposal
   5

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