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  • Addressing Cumulative Effects

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    15 Jun 2018
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    What are the gaps in our national environmental frameworks and what geographic areas should first be examined for regional assessments?

  • Early Engagement and Planning

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    15 Jun 2018
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    What should be the process and outcome of an early planning phase?

  • Transparency and Public Participation

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    15 Jun 2018
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    What tools can we use to facilitate your participation and help you access the information you need in a user-friendly way?

  • Science, Evidence and Traditional Knowledge

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    15 Jun 2018
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    How do we respectfully and meaningfully incorporate Indigenous knowledge?

    How do we provide greater confidence in the science behind project assessments?



  • Impact Assessment

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    15 Jun 2018
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    What criteria should be used to consider potential changes to the Project List, and how do we ensure transparency in the process?

  • Partnering with Indigenous Peoples

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    15 Jun 2018
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    How can we work together to most effectively ensure the changes we implement support us on our shared path to reconciliation?

  • Cooperation with Jurisdictions

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    15 Jun 2018
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    What are the most important steps we should take to improve cooperation across jurisdictions?

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