Submit comments on a proposed project

A key part of assessments under YESAA is the opportunity for individuals or groups to provide comments on projects under assessment. It is important that the content of comments be structured in a meaningful and usable way.

Designated Office evaluations and Executive Committee screenings have public comment periods.  All comments made during an assessment are posted to the YESAB Online Registry and can be viewed by the public.  There are a number of methods that can be used to submit comments on a proposed project under assessment and YESAB staff are available to help.

Comment Submission Options

Find a Project of Interest

To find a project proposal and make comments, search through the YOR’s advanced search function by:

  • Project number
  • Project location
  • Project title
  • Proponent name
  • Type of assessment
  • Assessment district or First Nation traditional territory
  • Geographical locations (latitude/longitude or UTM)
  • Project sector

Get started: Create a profile on the YOR

 Your Privacy and YESAB

The Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Board (the Board) is subject to the federal Privacy Act and is committed to respecting your right to privacy. We collect, use and disclose your personal information under the authority of YESAA for the purpose of conducting assessments.  During an assessment personal information refers to your name and comment submission. Your information may also be used for statistical analysis and evaluation.

Under the Privacy Act, you have the right to access your personal information and request changes if the information is incorrect.

Notifications and Public Notices

All new projects that enter the YESAA process are listed every Friday in the Yukon News on the same page as the weather report. Public notices are posted at local venues in each assessment district. Participants can also be notified directly through the YOR by adding their name or company to a notification list for projects in a particular area, sector or project type. YESAB staff are also available in seven offices throughout Yukon to help participants stay informed about project assessments.