The Approved Sahtu Land Use Plan was the product of 15 years of development. The cyclical planning process generated multiple draft Plans which were subject to public review and comment, followed by SLUPB revision. The following files are presented as an archive and record of the Plan’s evolution. Files are organized chronologically by the primarily Board deliverables.
FINAL DRAFT TO APPROVAL PARTIES (2013)
This Final Draft was prepared for the 3 approval parties (The Sahtu Secretariat Incorporated, The Government of the North West Territories, and the Government of Canada) and delivered on February 5, 2013 prior to the Board’s finalization and adoption.
TRI-PARTITE MEETING DOCUMENTS (2012)
The Tri-Partite meeting was held on September 6-7, 2012. The purpose was to host a final meeting with the approval parties to present the Board’s understanding of agreed upon items for inclusion into the Plan, as well as outstanding issues to resolve prior to drafting of the Final Plan.
TECHNICAL WORKSHOPS AND PUBLIC INPUT (2011-12)
Contains records of public comments and documents related to the 3 technical workshops hosted by the SLUPB.
PUBLIC HEARING DOCUMENTS (2011)
Documents related to the Public Hearing for Draft 3 held May 3-5, 2011.
SAHTU LAND USE PLAN DRAFT 3 (2010)
The Sahtu Land Use Plan Draft 3 was released on July 12, 2010.
SAHTU LAND USE PLAN DRAFT 2 (2009)
The Sahtu Land Use Plan Draft 2 was released on April 30, 2009.
SAHTU LAND USE PLAN WORKING DRAFT 2 (2007)
The Sahtu Land Use Plan Working Draft 2 was released on August 10, 2007. This Draft was prepared and shared with communities and governments to test that the planning process was heading in the right direction.
SAHTU LAND USE PLAN DRAFT 1 (2007)
The Sahtu Land Use Plan Draft 1 was released on February 16, 2007.
SAHTU LAND USE PLAN PRELIMINARY DRAFT (2003)
The Sahtu Land Use Plan Preliminary Draft was released on January 6, 2003. These documents describe the objectives of the preliminary land use plan, the land use planning concept, the role and purpose of the Sahtu Land Use Planning Board, as well as a chronicle of the next steps and recommended actions.