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Release of the Plain Language Summary of the Sahtú Land Use Plan - May 16, 2022
The Sahtú Land Use Planning Board (“SLUPB”) is pleased to release its new Plain Language Summary of the Sahtú Land Use Plan (“Plan”). It is a non-legally binding document, meant to accompany the approved Plan. It summarizes the main sections of the Plan, briefly explaining them without going into too much detail. It is recommended that readers consult the approved Plan for more detail and understanding.
Sahtu Land Use Plan Annual Monitoring Report-2020/21 - November 1, 2021
The Sahtu Land Use Planning Board (SLUPB or Board) is proud to share its first monitoring report on implementation of the Sahtu Land Use Plan (SLUP or Plan).  The report may be viewed by accessing the following link: https://sahtulanduseplan.org/sites/default/files/sahtu_me_report_oct_13_2021.pdf, or by going to "The Plan" tab on the Board's website and clicking on the Annual Monitoring Report 2020/21 link.
JOB OPPORTUNITY - LAND USE PLANNER - March 3, 2021
Are you ready for a cross-cultural experience in a Dene and Metis community in Canada’s north, where hiking, canoeing, and ice fishing can all be done at your doorstep?  The Sahtú Land Use Planning Board (SLUPB) is recruiting a highly motivated individual for the full-time position of Land Use Planner, based in Fort Good Hope, NT.
Strategic Plan - February 15, 2021
The Sahtú Land Use Planning Board is pleased to release its Strategic Plan 2021/22 - 2030/31.  It is available under "The Plan" menu on the SLUPB's website, and may be accessed directly at the following link: https://sahtulanduseplan.org/sites/default/files/sahtu-stratplan-web.pdf.  Print copies will be distributed to Sahtú organizations in the coming weeks. Mahsı.  
Notice: Draft Sahtú Land Use Plan Amendment Application: Ts’udé Nı̨lį́né Tuyeta (AM2020-01) - February 8, 2021
An application to amend the Sahtú Land Use Plan (“SLUP” or “Plan”) has been made by the Sahtú Land Use Planning Board (“SLUPB” or “Board’). The application is made following the creation of the Ts’udé Nı̨lį́né Tuyeta Protected Area within the SLUP Zone 65 PCI (Proposed Conservation Initiative).
Virtual Engagement Sessions on SLUP Background Report for the SLUP’s Zone 65 PCI Amendment - September 18, 2020
Good afternoon, The Sahtú Land Use Planning Board (SLUPB) is inviting Planning Partners one of the virtual engagement sessions for the Sahtú Land Use Plan (SLUP) Background Report for the SLUP’s Zone 65 Propose Conservation Initiative (PCI) Amendment.  These Q&A sessions will be held on the following dates and times:

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