Welcome to the Mackenzie Valley Review Board

The Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board's mission is to conduct fair and timely environmental impact assessments in the Mackenzie Valley that protect the environment, including the social, economic and cultural well-being of its residents.

Our mission is to conduct fair and timely environmental impact assessments in the Mackenzie Valley that protect the environment.


MVH Project Engagement in Norman Wells and Tulita

The Review Board will visit the Tulita District of the Sahtu Region in the week of April 22, 2024. The Government of the Northwest Territories (the developer) will also attend. The Review Board will meet with interested parties, and there will be public Meet & Greet Information Sharing sessions (in Norman Wells and Tulita). See posters for detailed information.

MVRMA Workshop - Fort Simpson, NT

Draft Agenda

Date: March 26th & 27th, 2024

Location: Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ (Fort Simpson) Recreation Centre

Register here 

The Draft agenda is subject to change. The final agenda will be shared closer to the event

MVRMA Workshop - Fort Simpson, NT

Annual MVRMA Workshop will be taking place in Fort Simpson on March 26-27, 2024. Stay tuned for more information about the event and the final agenda!

TOPICS • Co-management as a Mechanism for Treaty Implementation • Updates on Local Projects • Land Use Planning • Monitoring Activities • Forward-Looking Initiatives

Employment Opportunity: EA Policy Advisor

The Review Board has an immediate opening for an Environmental Assessment Policy Advisor in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. Please see the full job description and information about how to apply here.

Day for Truth and Reconciliation - Office Closure October 2, 2023

The Mackenzie Valley Review Board observes and recognizes the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day. The day holds special significance for the communities and residents we serve across the North. On this day we pay tribute to Indigenous people who endured and continue to endure the impact of residential and day school.

In observance of this day our offices will be closed on Monday, Oct. 2nd. As an organization deeply committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion, we invite you to take a moment to continue to learn about the impacts of residential and day schools

and embrace reconciliation in your thoughts, intentions, and actions on this day and throughout the year.