To keep communities informed about the environment and Diavik, EMAB organizes annual public meetings in the communities. We usually give an hour-long presentation, followed by a question and answer period and discussion. It's also usual for us to host a feast immediately after the public meeting.
EMAB did not hold a community update during this time. Our community involvement was affected by the global Covid-19 pandemic.
EMAB held a community update with the NSMA by teleconference in March 2020. Community involvement during this time was affected by the global Covid-19 pandemic.
EMAB held a Board meeting in Lutselk'e in December 2018 to work on development of a fiver-year action plan. The Board also held a public meeting and a feast. We heard a lot of interest about the mines closure plans.
EMAB, NSMA, and the NWT Cumulative Impact Monitoring Program held a joint community update in January 2018.
EMAB attended a Closure Plan Update hosted by Diavik in Ndilo in April 2017 to observe and assess the process.
EMAB gave a community update in Kugluktuk in May 2016.
EMAB gave a community update in Kugluktuk in June 2015 and in Lutsel K'e in February 2015.
EMAB gave a community update in Lutsel K'e in February 2011 and in Kugluktuk in March 2011.
EMAB updated the communities of Lutselk'e and Kugluktuk, and the North Slave Metis Alliance in 2010.
Lustel K'e Dene First Nation and the Kitikmeot Inuit Association were updated in 2009.
EMAB updated the communities of Lutselk’e, Dettah/Ndilo, and Kugluktuk in 2008 and 2009.
EMAB updated Behchoko, Lutselk’e, Kugluktuk, Wek’weeti and Gameti.
EMAB updated the North Slave Metis Alliance and Lutsel K'e.
Environmental updates took place in Behchoko and Lutselk’e.