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Notice of Opportunity — Are You Interested in Serving as a Member of the Impact Assessment Roster for Review Panels?

The Government of Canada’s Impact Assessment Act (IAA) came into force in August 2019 to strengthen environmental protection in Canada, restore trust in how decisions are made, and grow the economy. The IAA prescribes new rules that mean decisions on projects will be guided by science, evidence and Indigenous knowledge. Assessments will look at proposed projects’ broader impacts, both positive and negative, including environmental, economic, social, and health.

The Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (the Agency) is seeking applications from persons willing to serve as members of the Impact Assessment Roster (IA Roster) for review panels under the IAA, including for integrated assessments with lifecycle regulators such as the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) or Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).

The Agency is seeking individuals with knowledge or experience relevant to the Impact Assessment Act. Knowledge of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act or the Canadian Energy Regulator Act would also be asset. Applicants must also have knowledge of the interests and concerns of the Indigenous peoples of Canada that are relevant to impact assessments. Further details regarding requirements can be found below.

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