The Independent Environmental Monitoring Agency

A public watchdog for Dominion Diamond Mines ULC’s Ekati Diamond Mine.

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1 month ago

Independent Environmental Monitoring Agency

UPDATED NOTICE: The office of the Independent Environmental Monitoring Agency is beginning to safely reopen according to GNWT guidelines. As of September 1, 2020 we ask that those who wish to come to the office contact Staff before you come in. Call 867-669-9141 or email monitor1@monitoringagency.net.
There is a sign-in sheet at the door, as well as sanitizer and masks if you don't have one.

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5 months ago

Independent Environmental Monitoring Agency

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A message from the folks at Environment & Natural Resources - North Slave Region (GNWT):(Un message en français plus bas)

Seeking Board Members

Do you have on-the-land or resource management experience? Would you like to help protect the land, water, air and wildlife in the Lac de Gras Area?

The GNWT is seeking individuals interested in appointment to the following boards:
• Environmental Management Advisory Board
• Gwich’in Renewable Resources Board
• Sahtú Renewable Resources Board

Public boards play an important role in natural resource management in the NWT. In order for the public boards to fulfill their mandate, they must be made up of members who are qualified for the position and are committed to undertake the work of the board.

For more information or to apply, visit our website: www.enr.gov.nt.ca/boards.

Application deadline: March 27, 2020

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Devenez membre d’un conseil

Avez-vous de l’expérience en gestion des ressources ou sur le territoire? Désirez-vous contribuer à la protection des terres, des eaux, de l’air, de la faune et de la flore dans la région du lac de Gras?

Le GTNO est à la recherche de personnes qui souhaitent siéger au conseil d’administration des organisations suivantes :
• Conseil consultatif sur la surveillance de l’environnement
• Office des ressources renouvelables des Gwich’in
• Office des ressources renouvelables du Sahtú

Les conseils publics jouent un rôle important dans la gestion des ressources naturelles aux TNO. Pour qu’ils puissent remplir leur mandat, ils doivent être constitués de membres qualifiés qui ont leur travail à cœur.

Pour obtenir de plus amples renseignements ou poser votre candidature, consultez notre site Web à www.enr.gov.nt.ca/fr/conseils-de-gestion-des-ressources-naturelles.

Date limite de présentation des candidatures : le 27 mars 2020
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A message from the folks at Environment & Natural Resources - North Slave Region (GNWT):

Thank you to our Aboriginal Society Members for gathering in Yellowknife from February 12-13 to discuss closure and wildlife at the Ekati mine. Gathering and listening is very important to IEMA's work. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to our Aboriginal Society Members for gathering in Yellowknife from February 12-13 to discuss closure and wildlife at the Ekati mine. Gathering and listening is very important to IEMAs work.
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