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Matoush Uranium Exploration
Project Sheet

Description

The Matoush Uranium Exploration Ramp Access project involves the excavation of an exploration ramp to determine the possibility of a uranium mine within the JBNQA territory located approximately 260 km north of Chibougameau in Quebec. The main infrastructure of the project consists of a 2405 metre ramp, at a maximum depth of 300 metres. Temporary structures will be built at the surface to support the underground exploration. No bulk samples are planned at this stage of exploration by the proponent, Strateco Ressources Inc.

List of Documents

For more information on this environmental assessment, please contact:

  • Marie-Pierre Grondin
    Environmental Assessment Specialist
    Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
    Environmental Assessment Division
    P.O. Box 1046, Station B
    280 Slater Street
    Ottawa ON  K1P 5S9
    Telephone: 1-800-668-5284
    Fax: 613-995-5086
    EA@cnsc-ccsn.gc.ca
  • Anne-Marie Gaudet
    Senior Advisor
    Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
    1141, route de l'Église
    2nd Floor
    Quebec Regional Office
    Quebec QC  G1V 4B8
    Telephone: 418-648-7831
    Fax: 418-649-6443
    anne-marie.gaudet@ceaa-acee.gc.ca

As per the Cabinet Directive on Improving the Performance of the Regulatory System for Major Resource Projects, this environmental assessment has been identified as a major natural resource project. For additional information refer to the Major Projects Management Office's Tracker, designed to track and monitor the progress of major resource projects through the federal regulatory system.