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
2020-01-17
07EN021   Committee Bay Project
   1
2020-01-17
16YN047   Predicting environmental health risk from radioactivity in the Canadian Arctic
   1
2020-01-17
19WA041   Iqaluit 2019 Emergency Water Supply Project
   1
2020-01-17
11MN034   Meliadine Gold
   2
2020-01-17
19TN048   Clyde River Land Use Permit
   1
Comment Submissions
2020-01-16
19WA041   Iqaluit 2019 Emergency Water Supply Project
   1
2020-01-16
07EN021   Committee Bay Project
   1
2020-01-16
16YN047   Predicting environmental health risk from radioactivity in the Canadian Arctic
   1
2020-01-15
06AN085   Kiggavik-Sissons
   1
2020-01-14
06AN085   Kiggavik-Sissons
   1
2020-01-09
09EN011   Nanuq North Project
   1
2020-01-09
08EN002   Nanuq Project
   1
2020-01-09
19TN048   Clyde River Land Use Permit
   2

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!