Welcome to engageNL

This online public engagement space allows you to contribute your ideas and feedback on the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s public consultations.  You can see a list of all current engagement opportunities, provide input, and see updates on previous engagement activities.

engageNL is a web-based tool designed to make it easier for you to provide input on government programs and policies. This online tool is used to host information, feedback and discussions regarding initiatives that have a public engagement component.

We look forward to your participation and input.

Recent & Active Engagements

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Department of Immigration, Population Growth and Skills is conducting an independent review of the apprenticeship system throughout 2023 and into early 2024. The review serves to further enhance a continuously improving provincial apprenticeship system, evidenced by Newfoundland and Labrador tradespeople achieving the third-highest Red Seal pass rate in Canada for 2021 and 2022.

Newfoundland and Labrador’s Crown lands are administered under the Lands Act and allocated as a public trust. The Provincial Government manages this valuable resource in a responsible manner for the continuous social and economic benefit of the province’s residents for present and future generations.

The Provincial Government is considering updating Lands Act to clarify adverse possession against the Crown and protect the land interests of the people of the province. To assist in this process, the province engaged the public and key stakeholders for input.

Updated: What We Heard

The Department of Industry, Energy, and Technology (IET) sought input from stakeholders on ways to improve and modernize the Mineral Act and the Mining Act to provide a clear pathway for regulatory approval and to ensure exploration for, and development of, the province's mineral resources is responsible, timely, sustainable, competitive and supportive of private-sector investments and job growth.

Updated: What We Heard

The Minimum Wage Review Committee wishes to thank those who participated in the consultation process. Feedback was used to inform the What We Heard document.

Updated: What We Heard