NIRB


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NIRB

Abbreviation for:
non-institutional review board, see there
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Third, Nunavut would likely desire agreement terms that give the NPC and NIRB at the very least an advisory role to board decisions and activities.
The Jericho Diamond Project provides an example of a proposal NIRB recommended be assessed through the NIRB review process.
As a result of the NIRB recommendation in August 2004 to the Minister of DIAND that the project should not proceed on the basis of the then existing application, the Company submitted a revised preliminary project description on Doris North in February 2005.
The NIRB report recommends that the project proceed subject to certain terms and conditions.
The recommendation by the NIRB is provided in conjunction with terms and conditions, which Tahera will assess and, as necessary, work cooperatively with all stakeholders to fulfill requirements established under the NIRB recommendation as part of the permitting phase of approval.
Over the past months, Miramar and the various intervening agencies have worked to ensure that NIRB has been provided with appropriate information to make a recommendation about the Doris North project.
This announcement indicates the commitment that the NIRB and other stakeholders have with respect to the Jericho Project environmental review process.
As a result of the NIRB recommendation in August 2004 to the Minister of DIAND that the project should not proceed on the basis of the existing application, the Company submitted a revised preliminary project description on Doris North in February 2005.
During the quarter ended June 30, 2003, the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) determined that the Final Public Hearings relating to the Jericho Diamond Project would be rescheduled to ensure that all of the relevant environmental and socio-economic data and information are available before the NIRB executes its decision-making obligations regarding this Project.
The NIRB will then submit its decision and assessment to the federal government leading to the issuance of the project certificate.
The Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) recently determined that the Final Public Hearings for consideration of the Jericho Diamond Project Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) would be rescheduled to ensure that all of the relevant environmental and socio-economic data and information are available before the NIRB executes its decision-making obligations regarding the Project.
The NIRB has acknowledged receipt of the FEIS, advancing Cumberland to the final stages of permitting.