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Panel conducting reviews on Enviormental Assessment process stops in Prince Rupert

The federal government is in Prince Rupert for the next two days to gain feedback from residents on how Environmental Assessments are done.

The panel is hoping to gauge how residents feel assessments are conducted and what can be done differently.

The group is also looking for members of First Nations communities to give their opinion on the reviews.

Presentations and workshops will take place over the next couple of days at the Highliner Plaza Hotel and Conference Centre, with one day for Indigenous people to do presentations.

The schedule can be found here.

Findings from the reviews across the country will be presented to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change in 2017.

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