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.

We are inviting you to share your views in advance of Budget 2022.

Closed: February 18, 2022

Public Consultations on the Premier’s Economic Recovery Team’s Report

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador thanks those who contributed to the consultation process by presenting their ideas and perspectives. Feedback from the engagement process is presented in the What We Heard document.


Updated: What We Heard

 

 

The Minimum Wage Review Committee is looking for input from Newfoundlanders and Labradorians.

Closed: March 18, 2022

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Registered Nurses’ Union of Newfoundland and Labrador and the province’s Regional Health Authorities are coming together with other colleagues to discuss ways to determine opportunities and help carve out a path forward to address the concerns and challenges facing the nursing community. 

Closed: Sunday, March 27, 2022

The Provincial Government is seeking input from educators, administrators and other interested parties to help inform a comprehensive review of the Teacher Training Act (the Act) and associated Regulations.

Closed: February 28, 2022

Le gouvernement provincial souhaite recueillir les commentaires des membres du personnel professionnel et paraprofessionnel de l’enseignement, de l’administration et d’autres parties intéressées afin de procéder à une révision complète de la Teacher Training Act [loi sur la formation du personnel enseignant] (la Loi) et des règlements connexes.

Date de fermeture : le 28 février 2022

The Public Procurement Agency (PPA) is developing a Social Procurement Policy to enhance the social impacts of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s purchasing activities. The Public Procurement Agency wants to hear from stakeholders to ensure that any newly developed policy meets the needs and expectations of both residents, vendors, advocacy groups, and industry leaders in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Closed: April 12, 2022 

There is increased awareness throughout Newfoundland and Labrador regarding the importance of accessibility.

Digital Government and Service NL thanks those who participated in the consultation process on the Building Accessibility Act. Feedback was used to inform the What We Heard document.

Updated: What We Heard 

The Provincial Government is seeking your input for highway projects for its Multi-Year Provincial Roads Plan.

The plan considers road projects based on safety, traffic volumes, socio-economic impacts, evidence and input from the general public and the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure’s engineers.

Closed: January 17, 2022

As part of the process of decolonization, The Rooms recognizes the colonial history of the name of the Mary March Provincial Museum in Grand Falls-Windsor. The Rooms is seeking the public’s input to determine a new name that works towards reconciliation, healing and respectful commemoration of Indigenous Peoples’ histories and is more accurate. 

Closed: December 22, 2021

The Department of Digital Government and Service NL is undertaking consultations on the Lottery Licensing Regulations to help inform any potential changes to legislation and support government’s continued commitment to consumer protection. The department wants to hear from stakeholders and the public in the review to modernize the regulations.

Closed: December 10, 2021

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