Mineral Resources Act

The Mineral Resources Act has now passed the legislature! To get an idea of the key policies it intends to achieve, click here. For the legislation as-passed, click here

The Mineral Resources Act has been introduced in the Legislative Assembly.

It was drafted with consideration for all feedback received through public and stakeholder engagement, research by the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, and conversations with partners from Indigenous governments and Organizations.

The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment has produced an extensive collection of informational material to help understand what is being proposed, the basics of how that could look in practice, and the reasons why those policies were chosen.

The folder titled "Understanding the Proposed Mineral Resources Act" to the right has a series of eight PDFs

The Mineral Resources Act has been introduced in the Legislative Assembly.

It was drafted with consideration for all feedback received through public and stakeholder engagement, research by the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, and conversations with partners from Indigenous governments and Organizations.

The Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment has produced an extensive collection of informational material to help understand what is being proposed, the basics of how that could look in practice, and the reasons why those policies were chosen.

The folder titled "Understanding the Proposed Mineral Resources Act" to the right has a series of eight PDFs covering the policy intentions of the legislation, and how it fits within the Northwest Territories' larger legal framework.

If you wish to view this information online instead, follow this link.

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