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Project Centerm Expansion Project - Amendment (Condition 66 - Dredging)

  • Location (Centerm Expansion Project - Amendment (Condition 66 - Dredging), British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80413
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-17
  • Centerm Expansion Project - Amendment (Condition 66 - Dredging) The Proposed Project The Centerm Expansion Project proposes to carry out dredging from February 28 to April 5, 2020 which is outside the Burrard Inlet least-risk window.. This would require an amendment to condition 66 of the approved Centerm Expansion Project (PER No. 15-012-02), which states: 66. There shall be no dredging during the fisheries sensitive period from March 1 to August 15, inclusive. Other in and near water

Project Management of the Douglas-Fir Beetle (Dendroctonus pseudotsugae) Timber Harvest Lot 7741

  • Location (Management of the Douglas-Fir Beetle (Dendroctonus pseudotsugae) Timber Harvest Lot 7741, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80415
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-17
  • Management of the Douglas-Fir Beetle (Dendroctonus pseudotsugae) Timber Harvest Lot 7741 Douglas Fir trees infested by the douglas fir bark beelte will be harvested along with some incidental Lodgepole pine, (Pinus contorta), spruce (Picea glauca), and aspen trees (Populus tremuloides).  The objective is to harvest douglas fir infested with douglas fir bark beetle while retaining other healthy trees.  The activities will include but not be limited to road building, timber

Project Runway End Safety Areas at Edmonton International Airport

  • Location (Edmonton International Airport, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80414
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-17
  • Edmonton International Airport (EIA) is required to develop Runway End Safety Areas (RESA's) to comply with Transport Canada's requirements under Aerodromes Standards and Recommended Practices (TP 312) 5th Edition. The objective of a RESA is to have an area free of objects other than frangible visual aids required to be there by function, so as to reduce the severity of damage to an aircraft overrunning or undershooting the runway, and to facilitate the movement of rescue and fire

Project Phase I Dredging Centreville Small Craft Harbour, Digby County, NS

  • Location (Centreville Small Craft Harbour, NS, Nova Scotia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80365
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-17
  • The Small Craft Harbours Branch of Fisheries and Oceans Canada proposes to undertake capital dredging at Centreville Harbour, located in Centreville in Digby County, Nova Scotia.  The proposed project will involve the capital dredging of a previously un-dredged section of the Centreville harbour. The proposed dredge area is 1,070 m2 located northeast of the central wharf. The area will be dredged to a grade of -1.5 meters, resulting in approximately 1,605 m3 of collected

Project Basin Dredging, New Mills Small Craft Harbour, New Brunswick

  • Location (New Mills, New Brunswick)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80382
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-17
  • The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada – Small Craft Harbours is proposing to dredge the basin at the Small Craft Harbour in New Mills, New Brunswick in late summer of 2020. The total dredge area is approximately 10000 square meters, with an expected dredge volume of approximately 20000 cubic meters, which will bring the basin depth to 1.5 meters below chart datum. It is anticipated that dredging will be carried out by barge-mounted excavator, with the dredge material being

Project Shoreline Protection at Bay Fortune Small Craft Harbour, PEI

  • Location (Bay Fortune Small Craft Harbour, Prince Edward Island)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80369
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-17
  • The proposed work includes installation of shore protection via the placement of armourstone in front of Structures 403 and 402 at Bay Fortune SCH. The proposed works include the placement of the rock at a 1 to 1 slope for approximately 72m in length. The proposed works will be approximately 3m in width for a maximum total area of approximately 220m².

Project Sand Trap Dredging, Pointe -Sapin Small Craft Harbour, New Brunswick

  • Location (Pointe-Sapin Small Craft Harbour, New Brunswick)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80383
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-17
  • The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada – Small Craft Harbours is proposing to dredge material from within the sand trap (between the eastern wharf and breakwater) at the Small Craft Harbour in Pointe-Sapin, New Brunswick during the winter of 2020. The total dredge area is approximately 13,500 square meters, with an expected dredge volume of approximately 30,000 cubic meters. Dredging will be carried out by an excavator working from land, with the dredge material being placed into

Project On Hold - Aggregate Business Development Plan - Phase 2, Sturgeon Lake First Nation I.R. 101

  • Location (Sturgeon Lake IR 101, Saskatchewan)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80326
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-17
  • The development of a commercial aggregate business was identified as a key economic development goal for Sturgeon Lake First Nation (SLFN).  Phase 1 of the Aggregate Development Plan centered around gaining an understanding of the quality and quantity of SLFN's aggregate resources.  This phase included performing soil sampling and laboratory analysis in order to determine the volume of various aggregate types that were present, such as sand, road gravel and cobblestone. 

Project Management of the Douglas-Fir Beetle (Dendroctonus pseudotsugae) Timber Harvest

  • Location (Lot 7741, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80412
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-16
  • Management of the Douglas-Fir Beetle (Dendroctonus pseudotsugae) Timber Harvest Douglas Fir trees infested by the douglas fir bark beelte will be harvested along with some incidental Lodgepole pine, (Pinus contorta), spruce (Picea glauca), and aspen trees (Populus tremuloides).  The objective is to harvest douglas fir infested with douglas fir bark beetle while retaining other healthy trees.  The activities will include but not be limited to road building, timber harvesting, log

Project James Bay Lithium Mine Project

  • Location (100 kilometres east of James Bay, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80141
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-16
  • Galaxy Lithium (Canada) Inc. is proposing the construction, operation and decommissioning of an open-pit lithium mine located approximately 100 kilometres east of James Bay and the Eastmain Cree Village, in Quebec. As proposed, the James Bay Lithium Mine Project would have an estimated mine life of 15 to 20 years, and produce on average 5,480 tonnes of ore per day. The project would include an open-pit mine and concentrator facility, tailings, waste rock, ore and

Project Work Modification to the anchoring system of the floating docks at Cap-aux-Meules fishing harbor

  • Location (Cap-aux-Meules fishing harbor, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80411
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-16
  • The Small Craft Harbours Branch of Fisheries and Oceans Canada proposes to undertake work modification to the anchoring system of the floating docks at Cap-aux-Meules fishing harbor in the Magdalen Islands, in the Québec province.   The work includes, but is not limited to, the following : The partial demolition of the stone protection and the main breakwater and the recovery of the existing anchor blocks and floating docks. The removal from the floating docks and

Project Prairie Lights Power Project

  • Location (Greenview, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Planning Phase for Impact Assessment
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80324
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-16
  • Prairie Lights Power GP Inc. is proposing the construction, operation and decommissioning of a 360-megawatt natural gas-fired power generation facility that would deliver electricity to Alberta. The proposed Prairie Lights Power Project would be located 35 kilometres south of Grande Prairie, within the Municipal District of Greenview, Alberta.

Project Blood Tribe Irrigation Infrastructure Expansion Project

  • Location (Blood IR #148, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80364
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-15
  • Blood Tribe is proposing an expansion of their agricultural irrigation infrastructure system. The Expansion Project consists of adding approximately 3,400 acres of new irrigation adjacent to the existing irrigated lands consisting of pumps, pressure supply lines and 22 pivots drawing water from the existing gravity lateral pipelines.

Project Grassy Mountain Coal Project

  • Location (Southwest Alberta, approximately 7 kilometres north of Blairmore, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment by Review Panel under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80101
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-15
  • Benga Mining Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Riversdale Resources Limited, is proposing to construct and operate an open-pit metallurgical coal mine near the Crowsnest Pass, approximately seven kilometres north of the community of Blairmore, in southwest Alberta. As proposed, the production capacity of the project would be a maximum of 4.5 million tonnes of clean coal per year, over a mine-life of about 25 years.

Project Pefferlaw Small Craft Harbour Tree & Brush Removal

  • Location (Pefferlaw, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80360
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-15
  • Fisheries and Oceans Canada's Small Craft Harbours branch is planning to complete work at the mouth of the Pefferlaw River, in Pefferlaw, ON. The work involves the removal of approximately 20 trees (ranging in size from 150mm - 300mm in diameter) and brush from the federally owned breakwater/river entrance structure, from Lake Simcoe. This structure is not directly connected to shore, and can only be accessed by water or ice. The eastern breakwater structure has become overgrown with

Project Subtidal Cobble Replacement

  • Location (North Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80392
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-13
  • Seaspan ULC proposes to replace subtidal cobble in Burrard Inlet adjacent to their facility located in North Vancouver. The cobble substrate was scoured by vessel activity and replacement of the cobble will reinstate habitat conditions and promote kelp growth at the site. The cobble placement area (approximately 870 square meters) is on the subtidal slope of the eastern edge of the shipyard. The cobble placement is proposed to be completed by barge fitted with a telebelt (conveyor) to place the

Project Katzie First Nation Shoreline Clean Up

  • Location (Pitt Meadows, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80393
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-13
  • Katzie First Nation is proposing to remove woody debris, approximately thirty timber wood piles, and two derelict vessels from the shoreline immediately adjacent to the Katzie 1 Indian Reserve. The project consists of using a barge-mounted crane to remove derelict vessels and timber piles. The waste materials will be collected on the barge, offloaded at the Pacific Custom Log Sorting Inc., facility, sorted into appropriate recycling or disposal bins, and transported to an appropriate facility

Project Wheatley Harbour Dredging Project - Winter 2020

  • Location (Wheatley Harbour, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80373
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-13
  • Wheatley Harbour is located at the west end of Lake Erie, approximately 15 km east of Leamington, Ontario. The harbour is an active commercial fishing facility under the administration of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Small Craft Harbours Branch (SCH). Active littoral transport occurs from the north-east to the south-west along the shoreline and has resulted in sedimentation against the east side of the east pier, within the lee of the detached breakwater, and within the harbour entrance

Project Eliminating Bottlenecks and Enabling Growth at Greater Moncton Roméo Leblanc International Airport

  • Location (Greater Moncton Roméo Leblanc International Airport, New Brunswick)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80371
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-12
  • The Greater Moncton International Airport Authority is proposing a project to undertake airside expansion of paved areas to improve operations, environmental conditions and passenger experience. The Project involves three areas of pavement primarily on the airside of the airport and one area for the control of de-icing pad effluent.   The four project areas include: a 11,800 m2 expansion of the airport's primary apron, a 31,160 m2 expansion of the airport's de-icing pad, an

Project Ecocentre development in Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam

  • Location (Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80370
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-11
  • Development of an ecocenter to meet the needs of the communities of Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam: Receive, sort and ship domestic residual materials and household hazardous waste. Construction of an aggregate roadway and access ramp (backfill and precast concrete blocks), a booth, a fence and a preripheral ditch. The site will be served by water, sewer and electricity. Project area: approximately 2575 m2.

Project Frog Lake First Nation Water System Project

  • Location (Frog Lake First Nation, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80408
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-10
  • Frog Lake First Nation is proposing the construction of a new treated water reservoir and pump station and a 17.5 km new regional pipeline from the northern boundary of Frog Lake to the new reservoir and pump station and from the new treated water reservoir to the existing water treatment plan. The project will also include temporary upgrades to the existing water treatment plan and demolition of two old reservoirs (school reservoir and truck fill reservoir).

Project Rose Lithium - Tantalum Mining Project

  • Location (Municipality of Baie-James, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80005
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-10
  • Critical Elements Corporation is proposing the construction, operation and decommissioning of an open pit lithium and tantalum mine located approximately 38 kilometres north of Nemaska, in Quebec. As proposed, the project includes the operation of an open pit, waste and tailings impoundment area, an industrial ore processing facility and the option of transforming concentrate off-site. The mine would produce about 4,500 tonnes of ore per day over a 17-year life span.

Project Near Surface Disposal Facility Project

  • Location (Deep River, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80122
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-10
  • The Near Surface Disposal Facility (NSDF) is a proposed engineered disposal facility for low-level radioactive waste planned for the Chalk River Laboratories site (CRL). All waste to be disposed at the NSDF will be required to meet the waste acceptance criteria established to assure compliance with operational and long-term safety requirements. The Near Surface Disposal Facility is planned to have an operating life of at least 50 years and as proposed, would be an engineered mound built

Project Soil Remediation at CFB Borden Firefighter Training Area

  • Location (CFB Borden Firefighter Training Area which is approximately 3.6 km southeast of Lisle, Ontario, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80275
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-10
  • A large-scale soil remediation project is being proposed in response to identified contamination related to firefighting training activities that have occurred at the site since the 1950 's. The soil remediation will involve the excavation and encapsulation of approximately 80,000 m3 of impacted soil, and capping the majority of the Site with clean fill to decreases risks associated with impacted surficial soils to ecological receptors. Following completion of the project,

Project Standing Offer for General Construction at CFB Borden, Ontario

  • Location (Canadian Forces Base Borden, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80407
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-10
  • Real Properties Operation Borden Detachment proposes to create a Standing Offer for General Construction activities that would include all the buildings at Canadian Forces Base Borden. The types of general construction activities include: · the manufacture, repair, supply, install and modification of carpentry and/or millwork · minor electrical in support of multi–discipline works · the manufacture, repair, supply, install and modification of concrete and/or

Project Installation of Interpretive Panels for an Underwater Pathway at the Marine Environment Discovery Centre

  • Location (Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80406
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-10
  • The Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park plans to install underwater interpretive panels for divers for education and promotion purposes at the Marine Environment Discovery Centre (MEDC) located in Les Escoumins. The panels will be located within the boundaries of the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park.   The project consists of the installation of 6 to 9 panels measuring approximately 11'' x 14''. They will be submerged along a pathway running from West Creek to Anemone

Project Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area, Nova Scotia - Routine Maintenance Upgrades of constructed wetland infrastructure (Segments 1 and 2-3)

  • Location (Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area, Nova Scotia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80316
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • Ducks Unlimited Canada is proposing to undertake routine maintenance repairs and upgrades to existing constructed wetland infrastructure located at the Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area (segments 1 and 2-3). The Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area is administered under the Wildlife Area Regulations of the Canada Wildlife Act. The 585 hectare National Wildlife Area contains 186 hectares of controlled water level freshwater wetlands, which were built by Ducks Unlimited Canada beginning in

Project Shepody National Wildlife Area, New Brunswick - Routine Maintenance Upgrades of constructed wetland infrastructure (Segment 12)

  • Location (Shepody National Wildlife Area, New Brunswick)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80302
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • Ducks Unlimited Canada is proposing to undertake routine maintenance repairs and upgrades to existing constructed wetland infrastructure located at the Shepody National Wildlife Area (segment 12). The Shepody National Wildlife Area is administered under the Wildlife Area Regulations of the Canada Wildlife Act. The 978 hectare National Wildlife Area contains 795 hectares of controlled water level freshwater wetlands, which were built by Ducks Unlimited Canada beginning in 1973. The majority

Project Water Drainage, CFB Shearwater Nova Scotia

  • Location (Canadian Forces Base Shearwater and 761 Pleasant Street , Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80403
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • Ground water which is flowing from Canadian Forces Base Shearwater to the adjacent property (761 Pleasant Street) land is deteriorating a slope which abuts the two properties. This slope will continue to deteriorate unless the flow of ground water from Canadian Forces Base Shearwater to Pleasant Street is controlled. A perforated pipe will be placed in the ground on Department of National Defence and/or the private property to control the flow of water. The design allows for the flow to

Project Laurentia Project: Port of Quebec Deep-Water Wharf - Beauport Sector

  • Location (Port of Quebec Beauport Sector (North Shore), Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80107
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • The Quebec Port Authority is proposing to extend eastward by 610 metres the existing wharf in order to be able to add two deep-water berths to its bulk transport facilities in the Beauport sector. The project would include the filling of the area behind the wharf and the construction of a containment dyke to create 17.5 hectares of additional area for the development of equipment for material handling, transshipment and container storage, the extension of an existing railway track on the Port

Project Vegetation Removal - Communication line to Dome Mountain; 5 Wing Goose Bay, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Location (The Communication line is located west of the 5 Wing Goose Bay airfield along the Pine Tree Road to Dome Mountain., Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80277
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • Communication line to Dome Mountain carries important communications for 5 Wing Goose Bay, Bell Aliant and NavCanada. At the start of the line and the end of the line for approximately five hundred meters (500 m) on each side there are joint use poles with power utility lines. Removal of vegetation is necessary to prevent potential disruption in important communications. Vegetation in these areas have grown into dense forest presenting a danger to disrupting DND's important communication

Project Aquatic Invasive Species Inspection Station

  • Location (Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80400
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • Parks Canada is proposing to construct a new facility to conduct watercraft inspections for Aquatic Invasive Species. The inspection station will be constructed on an existing disturbed footprint near the Park entrance gate. The scope of work may include minor roadway work including realignment to facilitate vehicle access to the site, site preparation work including grading, paving, installation of a washroom facility, utility work, and installation of an inspection building. Parks Canada will

Project Milton Logistics Hub Project

  • Location (Milton, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment by Review Panel under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80100
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • The Canadian National Railway Company is proposing the construction and operation of a logistics hub, designed to transfer containers between trucks and railcars. The project would include a railway yard with more than 20 kilometres of track and be located in Milton, Ontario, about 50 kilometres west of Toronto.

Project Gordon Island Shoreline Stabilization

  • Location (Thousand Islands National Park, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80296
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • This project will involve stabilization of a highly eroded shoreline on Gordon Island.  Wave action combined with recent record high water levels has resulted in erosion of soil, undercutting of banks and vegetation destabilization/washout at the project site. Work will consist of preparation of approximately 20m of shoreline (fixing undercutting and removal of debris), placement of geotextile cloth over full area to be protected, placement of 10"-20" angular stone on cloth and

Project Culvert Replacement with Larger Diameter

  • Location (Elk Island National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80220
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • A new culvert needs to be installed on the boundary road north of Osten Lake Camping access on RR 205. The culvert has collapsed and completely rusted out and the site is currently flooded due to beaver activity and Strathcona County culvert failure on RR 205.Currently beavers have a deep run/washout through the boundary road making it impassable. The new culvert will be a larger diameter (600mm) due to the sizes that are currently kept in stock for replacements. The old culvert was 450mm. The

Project SaskPower Ground Mount Transformer Installation Red Deer Campground

  • Location (Prince Albert National Park of Canada, Saskatchewan)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80262
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • SaskPower is proposing to install a ground-mount transformer and ground grid along an existing underground line.  The installation will require trenching approximately 10 metres (m) of primary cable and 5 m of secondary cable to a customer owned splitter.   Two bell holes will need to excavated for splicing in the new run of underground cable.   The work will take place along an existing underground distribution line, within a developed trailer park campground in NW

Project Kapasiwin Bungalows Installation of Deep Water and Sewer Infrastructure

  • Location (Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80319
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • Kapasiwin LP has permission to operate under a year-round commercial lease, including year-round connection to the Waskesiu townsite's existing water distribution and wastewater collection infrastructure. The plan is to install a deep water main and sewage force main via horizontal directional drilling (HDD). Main lines will be installed via HDD through the approximate center of the existing Kapasiwin resort footprint, with individual cabin connections installed via trenching as the

Project Trail 1a Jasper National Park

  • Location (Jasper National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80395
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-09
  • This project will be assessed with a basic impact assessment. 2019 saw higher than normal rainfall in the valley. Relatively small creeks became larger or diverted to form new water courses. Currently, there is a stream flowing down Trail 1a. This project intends to reconstruct trail tread and divert the water along a 300 m section of the trail, encouraging trail users to stay on the official route. Construction activities include some minor machine-assisted excavation, vegetation clearing,

Project Solid Waste Transfer Station - Fishing Lake First Nation

  • Location (Fishing Lake Indian Reserve 89, Saskatchewan)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80399
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-08
  • Construction of a Solid Waste Transfer Station proposed to be located in the W 28-33-12-W2M.  The Transfer Station will be entirely located within the Reserve boundary of Fishing Lake IR 89. The new site is adjacent to the exitsting landfill site, and was selected by the First Nation, as residents are familiar with the existing landfill site. New access roadways and 125m x 100m  raised gravel pad will be constructed to serve the area. Concrete

Project Mariner Seafoods Shoreline Protection

  • Location (Mariner Seafoods Shoreline Protection, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80298
  • Last Modified: 2020-01-07
  • JJM Construction Ltd., on behalf of Mariner Seafoods Ltd., (the Applicant) is proposing to conduct improvements to existing shoreline protection infrastructure along the foreshore of the leased property at 2295 Commissioner Street, Vancouver, B.C. The project consists of the removal and disposal of debris and concrete slabs, salvage of existing rip rap, and import of new materials to the site. The Applicant proposes to salvage existing rip rap from the upper shoreline for re-use in

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