The PWPC's websiteThe Peel Watershed Planning Commission (PWPC) has submitted their Recommended Plan to the Yukon Government, the First Nation governments of Na-Cho Nyak Dun, Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in, and Vuntut Gwitchin for approval. The Commission is currently not active; however, these governments, together with NWT?s Gwich?in Tribal Council, are consulting with communities around the watershed. They have posted a schedule of these consultation events, as well as an on-line forum. The timeline below...

shows the timing of some of the PWPC?s recent publications and estimations of the timing of the remaining planning processes:

  • Web release of full technical document and brochure: December 2nd, 2009
  • Web release of errata for the above document: January 19th, 2009
  • Web release of summary document: February 22nd, 2010
  • Print release of summary document: February 29th, 2010
  • Consultation with the public and stakeholders by Yukon Government: starting late summer 2010 (watch the schedule of consultation events for updates)
  • The expiration of the appointments of the current commissioners: October 15th, 2010 (note: the Parties are actively preparing their nominations for the next appointment of the PWPC, likely soon after October 15th, 2010)
  • In response to the consultations, the Yukon Government and regional First Nations may recommend modifications back to the PWPC: likely winter 2010/2011
  • The PWPC reactivates, and creates a Final Recommended Plan: likely sometime in early 2011
  • The Yukon Government and regional First Nations either approve, modify, or reject the Final Recommended Plan. Any resulting plan would be called the Approved Peel Watershed Regional Land Use Plan: no date projected

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