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

We invite you to share your views with us as we prepare for Budget 2023.

Specifically, we would like to hear about your priorities and gauge your support for various measures to reduce the deficit and provincial debt. We have included an interactive budget planner so you can show us how you would like to allocate budget spending.

Closed: February 10, 2023

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 three changes to the Lands Act to clarify the abolishment of Adverse Possession against the Crown and protect the land interests of the people of the province and is seeking public and stakeholder input regarding these changes.

Closed: January 27, 2023

The Department of Industry, Energy, and Technology (IET) is seeking input from representatives from areas of interest identified for potential wind development in the recent Call for Land Nominations. This input will be used to inform decisions about lands that may be made available for a competitive bid process for onshore wind development projects, and to help ensure the development of the province’s wind resources is undertaken in a responsible, timely, sustainable and competitive manner, with due consideration to the interests of local stakeholders and communities.

Closed: November 18, 2022

On October 17, 2019, the Provincial Government released The Adult Literacy Action Plan, a five-year action plan for adult literacy in Newfoundland and Labrador. As stakeholders in this plan, the Provincial Government is looking to employers to provide important perspectives on literacy, particularly as it relates to the workplace. 

Closed: October 10, 2022

The Department of Industry, Energy, and Technology (IET) is seeking 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.

Closed: November 1, 2022

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; factors such as commercial, industry, and tourism impacts, populations serviced; the impacts of climate change; and evidence and input from the general public and the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure’s engineers.

Closed: January 17, 2023

In the 2022 budget, the Provincial Government announced its intention to create a single, provincial health authority. Re-imagining our health system was recommended by Health Accord NL to help improve health and health outcomes through acceptance of and interventions in social determinants of health, and a higher quality health system that rebalances community, hospital, and long-term care services. 

Your feedback is important as we continue our transition planning.

Closed: December 23, 2022

This is your opportunity to have your say on how the Provincial Government can help increase the well-being of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians. This is also a chance to weigh in on the review of the Income Support program. We look forward to your input.

Closed: November 10, 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 

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