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Participating as an Intervenor allows you to:

  • submit written questions, known as information requests;
  • submit evidence in written format, or with permission orally during the community hearings;
  • question other Intervenors and Northern Gateway orally at the final hearings;
  • receive all documents submitted in the joint review process including notices of motion and related materials;
  • submit notices of motion and participate in notices of motion submitted by other Parties; and
  • submit a final argument

If you submit evidence as an Intervenor, either oral or written, Intervenor status requires you to respond in writing to written information requests about your evidence directed to you and answer oral questions about your evidence at the final hearings.

Registration has closed. The deadline for registering to become an Intervenor was 14 July 2011

All documents provided to the Panel must be on the public registry. Also any oral evidence or final arguments presented to the Panel in person will be transcribed and the transcripts will become public documents. Following the community and final hearings the transcripts will be available on this website in the Public Registry.


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