Environmental Assessment Office
Projects in the Public Consultation Process
Public participation in the Environmental Assessment (EA) process helps to ensure that community values and public goals for community development are considered in project planning and decision-making.
Please submit your comments by clicking on the "Comment Period Page" link for the projects below.
Public Comment Periods
Below are the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) projects currently or recently in a public consultation period.
|Project||Comment Form||Posted Comments||ePIC Link||Closing|
|Woodfibre LNG Project
Public comment period on the Amendment Application located at:
Amendments > Amendment - Application
|Form||Link to Project info||March 11, 2017|
|Narrows Inlet Hydro Project
Public comment period on the Amendment Application
|Comments||Link to Project info||CLOSED|
|Aurora LNG Digby Island Project
Public comment period on Application for an Environmental Assessment Certificate located at:
Under Review > Application and Supporting Studies > Application and Appendices for an Environmental Assessment Certificate
|Form||Comments||Link to Project info||March 9, 2017|
|Kemess Underground Project
Public comment period on Draft Assessment Report and Conditions located at:
Under Review > Draft Assessment Report and Conditions
|CLOSED||Comments||Link to Project info||CLOSED|
Public Comment Policies
Comments submitted to the EAO, either online, by mail or by fax, will be published on the Environmental Assessment Office Project Information & Collaboration (EPIC).
EAO publishes all comments received within seven days of receipt, except comments that EAO deems to be inappropriate for publication. Comments may be considered inappropriate for publication if, in EAO's view, they are profane, abusive or do not relate to the matter being consulted upon as stated in our Public Comment Policy [PDF].
EAO forwards all posted comments to project proponents so that they can be duly considered during the projects EA process.
Although EAO requires that you provide your name and city/town when making a comment, having your name displayed with your comment is optional.
All links/URLs in a comment will be removed as we cannot guarantee that the link will not break during the time the comment is publicly available in the EAO Project Information Centre. To include content from another web site, please attach it as a PDF to your comment.