​NEB wrapping up public engagement sessions on modernization

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The expert panel tasked with recommending a modernization strategy for the National Energy Board (NEB) is in Montreal this week holding the last of its public engagement sessions.

It’s the tenth stop on the panel’s cross-country tour, which started in January and has stopped in Saskatoon, Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Fort St. John, Edmonton, Yellowknife and Saint John.

The five-person panel was formed in November 2016 to provide recommendations to strengthen the NEB’s process, “ensuring it is able to continue to effectively regulate energy in a way that has the confidence of Canadians.”

The panel is required to complete its review and provide its report to Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr on or before May 15, 2017.

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