Red Earth Water Supply and Treatment Project

Red Earth First Nation is proposing a water treatment plant expansion and upgrade. The building footprint will be expanded including additions to the existing reservoir for treated water storage. The existing water treatment equipment will be removed and replaced and upgraded. Existing pumping equipment will be removed replaced and upgraded. The interior of the building will be modified to suit new pumping and treatment equipment, including office spaced, electrical equipment, mechanical equipment, backup power generation, bathroom, and chemical storage. Treatment, storage and distribution designs are to meet a 10 year growth period. This plant will service both the Natacam and Carrot River communities.


Latest update

October 10, 2023 - Indigenous Services Canada issued its notice of determination Notice of Determination for the Red Earth Cree Nation Water Supply and Treatment Project (iaac-aeic.gc.ca) and determined that the project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects.

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Key documents

Key documents
Document Number Document Title File Date
2 Notice of Determination for the Red Earth Cree Nation Water Supply and Treatment Project - October 10, 2023
1 Notice of Intent -Start of Public Comment Period - September 11, 2023

Contacts

ISC-SKENV
Indigenous Services Canada
1827 Albert Street
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2S9
Telephone: 306-581-3134
Email: isc-skenv@sac-isc.gc.ca


  • Location

    • Red Earth First Nation (Saskatchewan)
  • Nature of Activity

    • Water Management
  • Assessment Status

    Completed
  • Start Date

    2023-09-11
  • Proponent

    Red Earth First Nation
  • Authorities

    • Indigenous Services Canada
  • Assessment Type

    Project on federal lands
  • Reference Number

    85899
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