Communal Wastewater Collection and Treatment Rehabilitation

The project will rehabilitate the wastewater collection and treatment system in the Niisaachewan Anishinaabe Nation in Ontario. The work will rehabilitate two lagoon cells by removing fauna and burrowed wildlife, replacing the lagoon liners, repairing the lagoon berms, and replacing valves and piping between the cells. Two wastewater sewage pumping stations will be upgraded with the replacement of four sewage pumps, wastewater pump vaults, and control systems and electrical panels. In addition, 500 metres of road leading to the wastewater lagoon will be reconstructed. The project will modernize and increase the capacity and reliability of the wastewater collection and treatment system, address and prevent system failures that have caused wastewater overflows, and allow for remote monitoring and operation.

Latest update

25/06/2024 - The authorities have determined that the proposed project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects. Therefore, the authorities may carry out the project, exercise any power, perform any duty or function, or provide financial assistance to enable the project to be carried out in whole or in part.


Key documents

Key documents
Document Number Document Title File Date
1 Notice of Determination - June 25, 2024


Infrastructure Canada
Aboriginal Consultation and Environmental Services
1100 - 180 Kent St
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 0B6

Infrastructure Canada
Taslema Khan, Indigenous Consultation and Environmental Assessment Officer
Telephone: 343-551-0416

  • Location

    • Kenora (Ontario)
  • Nature of Activity

    • Waste Management
  • Assessment Status

  • Start Date

  • Proponent

    Niisaachewan Anishnaabe Nation
  • Authorities

    • Infrastructure Canada
  • Assessment Type

    Project on federal lands
  • Reference Number


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...within 200 kilometres
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