The present Regulations are enacted under the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act. Section 2 establishes that proposed or existing developments set out in Schedule 2 that are situated in a national park, national park reserve or national historic site are developments for which preliminary screenings are not required by reason that their impact on the environment of the Mackenzie Valley is insignificant. The text consists of 4 sections and 2 Schedules.
Implements: Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act (S.C. 1998, c. 25). (2017-12-12)
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