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The consultation on the Discussion Paper on a Ministerial Regulatory Proposal to Designate Offshore Exploratory Drilling East of Newfoundland and Labrador for Exclusion under the Impact Assessment Act is now closed. The Agency sought comments until April 30, 2020, and will review and consider all comments and submissions received.

Comments and submissions received on previous consultations completed by the Agency can be found by clicking on this link, selecting the applicable image at the bottom of the web page, and then either by clicking on “Read the Comments” or “Read the Submissions”.

Submissions have been posted in the official language in which they were received.

The consultation on the Discussion Paper on a Ministerial Regulatory Proposal to Designate Offshore Exploratory Drilling East of Newfoundland and Labrador for Exclusion under the Impact Assessment Act is now closed. The Agency sought comments until April 30, 2020, and will review and consider all comments and submissions received.

Comments and submissions received on previous consultations completed by the Agency can be found by clicking on this link, selecting the applicable image at the bottom of the web page, and then either by clicking on “Read the Comments” or “Read the Submissions”.

Submissions have been posted in the official language in which they were received.