Notification letter templates

Levels of consultation require their own degree of notification. The templates available below are intended to help proponents connect and specify to First Nations, Metis settlements, or Credibly Asserted Métis Communities, which of the 3 levels of consultation is being initiated.

For First Nations

For Metis Settlements or Credibly Asserted Métis Communities

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Record of consultation log

Proponents will maintain a complete record of consultation efforts using the provided Record of Consultation (ROC) Log template:

Consultation log review

Once consultation is concluded, proponents are required to complete the ROC log and, when required, send it to the First Nations or Metis Settlements, or both, for review of errors or omissions. Refer to the December 2019 Proponent Guide (PDF, 2.0 MB) and the 2019 Proponent Guide: Overview of Major Changes (PDF, 311 KB) for more information.

Concern and response table

The Consultation Concern and Response Table (PDF, 2.0 MB) is used at the direction of a government Consultation Advisor to document specific concerns raised regarding project consultation.

Supplemental information

Pre-Consultation Assessment Requests that contain activities regulated under the Forests Act must include a Forestry Activities Supplement Form (PDF, 3.1 MB) providing additional details in the fillable document.

ACO Contact

Connect with the Aboriginal Consultation Office, contact the office near you:

ACO contacts by region (PDF, 136 KB)

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