IAMC-Line 3

2021 Line Wide Presentations

By IAMC-Line 3 / July 19, 2021 /

Day One Presentations Overview of IAMC-Line 3 and Achievements to Date Engaging with the Proponent: Enbridge Boots on the Ground: L3-IAMC Indigenous Monitoring Day Two Presentations Steven Rowe – Shared Value Solutions Wise Practices Line Wide Gathering Page

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Line 3 IAMC Releases 2020-21 Winter Newsletter

By IAMC-Line 3 / March 19, 2021 /

The Line 3 Indigenous Advisory Monitoring Committee is pleased to share its 2020-2021 Winter Newsletter. In this newsletter you will find updates on the valuable work being done by the Line 3 IAMC, a look ahead at IAMC renewal, as well as messages from Enbridge, the Canada Energy Regulator, and Natural Resources Canada.

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Line 3 Replacement Program Monitoring Activities in 2020

By IAMC-Line 3 / December 28, 2020 /

As part of the work of the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee (IAMC), the Committee supports First Nations and Metis Nation Monitors to work side-by-side with Canada Energy Regulator (CER) Inspection Officers during inspection activities and enables Indigenous Nations to participate in the oversight of Line 3. This Indigenous Monitoring Program, established by the IAMC…

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IAMC Submits Advice to the Government of Canada and the Canada Energy Regulator

By IAMC-Line 3 / December 19, 2019 /

On December 10, 2019, the Indigenous Committee members of the Line 3 Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee (IAMC) formally submitted their Report on Advice to the Government of Canada and the Canada Energy Regulator. The recommendations were approved by a majority of members, and were submitted along with a minority opinion in accordance with the…

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IAMC Releases Fall Newsletter

By IAMC-Line 3 / November 30, 2019 /

The Line 3 Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee has released its fall newsletter. The fall edition features updates on the Committee’s work from June – December 2019. Key highlights include: the process of selecting members for the next Committee term; the current status of the pipeline; updates on the pipeline monitoring program; and the Committee’s…

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Indigenous Monitoring and Filings Review Updates (2018-19 and 2019-20)

By IAMC-Line 3 / May 6, 2019 /

IAMC Indigenous Monitoring reports have now been uploaded covering the period up to: September 20th 2019. IAMC Filings Review reports have now been uploaded covering the period up to: March 9th, 2020. *Updates cover fiscal years 2018-19 and 2019-20. INDIGENOUS PARTICIPATION IN NEB INSPECTIONS (IAMC INDIGENOUS MONITORING) ­To enable Indigenous Nations to participate in the…

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Line 3 IAMC Indigenous Knowledge Definition

By IAMC-Line 3 / January 7, 2019 /

The Line 3 Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee (IAMC) is a partnership between the Government of Canada and Indigenous Nations that are potentially impacted by Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement Program (L3RP). As mandated in the Committee’s Terms of Reference, the IAMC seeks to “facilitate the integration of Indigenous Knowledge, teachings, values, use of the land,…

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Treaty 4 Leadership Forum/Information Session

By IAMC-Line 3 / November 30, 2018 /

On November 22-23, over 40 Chiefs, Councillors and Headmen attended the Treaty 4 Leadership Forum/Information Session in Fort Qu’Appelle.  The 2-day meeting hosted by the Treaty 4 members of the IAMC provided detailed information to leadership on the activities and benefits of the Line 3 IAMC as well as upcoming engagement opportunities related to the…

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New Member!

By IAMC-Line 3 / November 27, 2018 /

The newest member to join the IAMC is Neil Sasakamoose. Neil is a member of the Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation. He is currently the Executive Director of Battlefords Agency Tribal Chiefs (BATC), the President of BATC Community Development Corporation, the President/CEO of BATC Investments Ltd Partnership, and the President of the First Alliance Group of Companies.…

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The Canada Institute – Indigenous Involvement in North America’s Energy Future: Respecting Rights through New Relationships

By IAMC-Line 3 / November 5, 2018 /

On October 25th, 2018, the Wilson Center’s Canada Institute held an event titled “Indigenous Involvement in North America’s Energy Future: Respecting Rights through New Relationships”. The goal of the event was to discuss the relationships between Indigenous Peoples, Energy Projects, and Governments. The Enbridge Line 3 Replacement Pipeline was examined as a case study in…

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