The National Energy Board Modernization Expert Panel is inviting the public to participate in the NEB Modernization Engagement sessions. In addition, we invite the public to provide comments on the Discussion Papers that cover key themes related to NEB Modernization.
The Expert Panel will visit the following cities (click on your corresponding city to see registration buttons):
- Saskatoon, SK - January 25–26, 2017
- Toronto, ON - February 1–2, 2017
- Vancouver, BC - February 8–9, 2017
- Winnipeg, MB - February 15–16, 2017
- National Capital Region (Ottawa, ON - Gatineau, QC) - February 22–23, 2017
- Fort St. John, BC - March 1–2, 2017
- Edmonton, AB - March 7–8, 2017
- Yellowknife, NT - March 10, 2017
- Saint John, NB - March, 21–22, 2017
- Montreal, QC - March 28–29, 2017
The Expert Panel visits across Canada will be two-day events detailed below:
Presentations (8:30am - 12:00pm)
The Panel will hear 5 to 7 minute long presentations to help set context for the session planned for the afternoon. Participants may also register as observers, and it is recommended that those attending the dialogue session attend this morning session. This session will be transcribed, and the transcripts will be available on the Panel’s web site.
Dialogue Sessions (1:30pm - 5:00pm)
The dialogue sessions will be held in the afternoon in each location, and can accommodate up to 100 participants. The Panel is hoping to hear from a wide range of stakeholders and rights holders on all the themes from the Terms of Reference. There will be a scribe at each discussion table recording key points, and the Panel will release summaries of the key points heard on their website.
Open Houses (7:00pm - 9:00pm)
In each location, the Panel will hold open houses in the evening in order to hear 5-minute presentations from the public. This session will be transcribed, and the transcripts will be available on the Panel’s Web site.
Indigenous Engagement (8:30am - 5:00pm)
In each location, the Panel will engage with Indigenous peoples to share dialogue on the needs and interests of the local peoples being engaged. The focus of this session will be for the Panel to listen and learn directly from communities, Indigenous leadership and any other groups or people that have an interest in Indigenous issues.
If you or your organization would like to attend an event, please register by clicking the button beside each event you would like to attend. Please note the dates and starting times for each activity to ensure you register for the events you are interested in.
Locations of Engagements
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