Q-2, r. 23.1 - Regulation respecting the environmental impact assessment and review of certain projects

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3. A person who intends to undertake a project subject to the environmental impact assessment and review procedure must file a written notice with the Minister, in accordance with section 31.2 of the Act, which must contain
(1)  the name and contact information of the project proponent and, if applicable, the proponent’s representative;
(2)  the Québec business number assigned to the proponent when registered under the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(3)  if the project proponent is a municipality, a certified copy of a resolution of the municipal council or a copy of a by-law authorizing the mandatary to sign the project notice;
(4)  where the project proponent has retained the services of professionals or other competent persons to develop all or part of the project, their names and contact information and a brief description of their mandates;
(5)  a short description of the project and of the variants for its carrying out;
(6)  the objectives and justification of the project;
(7)  a description of the site of the project, including the main characteristics of the environment affected, and a site plan;
(8)  a brief description of the main issues identified and anticipated impact on the receiving environment;
(9)  a timetable for the carrying out of the various stages of the project;
(10)  where applicable, a summary of related proposed activities;
(11)  if applicable, the terms governing the activities to inform and consult the public realized in the course of the project’s development, including the activities realized specifically with the Native communities concerned, as well as the concerns raised and their impact in the development of the project; and
(12)  the terms governing the activities to inform and consult the public contemplated by the project proponent in the course of the carrying out of the environmental impact assessment statement, including proposed activities with the Native communities concerned.
The project notice must also specify whether the project is likely to entail, for each phase, the emission of greenhouse gas and, if so, which greenhouse gases.
287-2018O.C. 287-2018, s. 3.
In force: 2018-03-23
3. A person who intends to undertake a project subject to the environmental impact assessment and review procedure must file a written notice with the Minister, in accordance with section 31.2 of the Act, which must contain
(1)  the name and contact information of the project proponent and, if applicable, the proponent’s representative;
(2)  the Québec business number assigned to the proponent when registered under the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(3)  if the project proponent is a municipality, a certified copy of a resolution of the municipal council or a copy of a by-law authorizing the mandatary to sign the project notice;
(4)  where the project proponent has retained the services of professionals or other competent persons to develop all or part of the project, their names and contact information and a brief description of their mandates;
(5)  a short description of the project and of the variants for its carrying out;
(6)  the objectives and justification of the project;
(7)  a description of the site of the project, including the main characteristics of the environment affected, and a site plan;
(8)  a brief description of the main issues identified and anticipated impact on the receiving environment;
(9)  a timetable for the carrying out of the various stages of the project;
(10)  where applicable, a summary of related proposed activities;
(11)  if applicable, the terms governing the activities to inform and consult the public realized in the course of the project’s development, including the activities realized specifically with the Native communities concerned, as well as the concerns raised and their impact in the development of the project; and
(12)  the terms governing the activities to inform and consult the public contemplated by the project proponent in the course of the carrying out of the environmental impact assessment statement, including proposed activities with the Native communities concerned.
The project notice must also specify whether the project is likely to entail, for each phase, the emission of greenhouse gas and, if so, which greenhouse gases.
287-2018O.C. 287-2018, s. 3.