Participation Opportunities

These are the previous consultation opportunities we held. You can see an archive of all the input that was provided by clicking on an opportunity below.

The Department of Fisheries, Forestry and Agriculture wishes to thank those who participated in the consultation process on the Next Policy Framework. Feedback from the engagement process was used to inform the What We Heard document.

Updated: What We Heard

 

The Department of Municipal and Provincial Affairs wishes to thank those who particpated in the consultation process on amendments to the Coat of Arms Act. Feedback from the engagement process was used to inform What We Heard documents. 
Updated: What We Heard  

The world is moving toward increasing the use of renewable, clean energy as we work collectively to mitigate climate change. Newfoundland and Labrador has an abundance of developed and undeveloped renewable energy resources, as well as experience and expertise in our technology and energy sectors. As a province, we are positioned to advance our status as a Clean Energy Centre of Excellence, leading in this green transition.

Closed: November 4, 2021

The Public Procurement Agency is developing a Green Procurement Policy to enhance the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s sustainable purchasing practices and requirements. The Public Procurement Agency wants to hear from stakeholders and the public to ensure that any newly developed policy meets the needs and expectations of both residents and industry leaders in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Closed: November 5, 2021

Digital Government and Service NL is seeking feedback from industry stakeholders regarding  proposed legislative changes to the Mortgage Brokers Act.

Closed: October 31, 2021

The Department of Fisheries, Forestry and Agriculture is currently developing a 2022-2026 Moose Management Plan for Insular Newfoundland. Public feedback is being sought about various aspects of moose management and other wildlife issues in support of this process. 

Closed: November 19, 2021

Every five years, the Department of Education undertakes a review of the Child Care Act and its related regulations to consider areas that may be improved.  As part of this legislative review process, the Department is seeking input from the Early Learning and Child Care sector and the public on the legislation and programs that support regulated child care services in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Closed: August 27, 2021 

Tous les cinq ans, le ministère de l’Éducation entreprend une révision de la Child Care Act (loi sur la garde d’enfants) et de son règlement connexe afin d’examiner les domaines qui pourraient être améliorés. Dans le cadre de ce processus d’examen législatif, le ministère sollicite la participation et l’avis du secteur de l’apprentissage et de la garde des jeunes enfants et du public sur les lois et les programmes qui soutiennent les services de garde d’enfants réglementés à Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador.

Date de fermeture : le 27 août 2021

The Big Reset report was produced by the Premier’s Economic Recovery Team.  The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is conducting public and stakeholder consultation sessions to gain feedback and input on the recommendations included in this report. Please register with enageNL to receive notifications.

Closed: July 29, 2021

The Department of Fisheries, Forestry and Agriculture is seeking input from stakeholders regarding the development of five-year forestry operating plans for various Forest Management Districts (FMDs) in Newfoundland and Labrador. 

Closed: August 27, 2021

The Department of Municipal and Provincial Affairs wishes to thank residents of Local Service Districts and Unincorporated Areas who participated in the consultation process to help inform planning for regionalization as a means to provide more efficient and effective services for the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.  Feedback from the engagement process is presented in the What We Heard documents.

Updated: What We Heard

Pages