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Project Weenusk - Diesel Generating Station Fuel Tank Replacement

  • Location (Weenusk First Nation, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80520
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-27
  • Weenusk First Nation is undergoing an upgrade to their diesel generating station (DGS), which will result in better operational capacity and reduced liabilities from operating this system. This upgrade involves replacing the fuel tanks with new ones to ensure that any leaks are minimized and more fuel capacity is obtained to ensure that electricity can be generated for a longer amount of time between fueling of these tanks. The proposed project calls for decommissioning the current tanks at the

Project Supply and installation of a safety boom to prevent debris from entering the Lachine Canal water main.

  • Location (Lachine Canal National Historic Site, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80235
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-27
  • Parks Canada wishes to install a boom to prevent debris from entering the Lachine Canal water main. In addition to forming a barrier against debris that could cause damage to the water main, this measure will also secure its entrance in case a visitor falls into the water.

Project Campground Kiosk Install

  • Location (Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80245
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-27
  • This project will entail campground kiosk replacement in an established campground in North Saanich within Gulf Islands National Park Reserve. Work involves removing and replacing the structure and cement footing of the approximately 2m x 5m structure then replacing with new footing and structure. The new kiosk will incorporate culturally appropriate content, selected in consultation with local Nations, and will include Coast Salish carving(s). Equipment includes small excavator, cement mixer

Project Y Camp Prescribed Fire 2020

  • Location (Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80248
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-27
  • Parks Canada Fire Management Team in Waterton Lakes National Park has proposed the implementation of a prescribed fire in the Y Camp (Wishbone) area of the Park. The ecological objective of the fire is to reverse the trend of aspen tree encroachment onto what was historically Fescue Grassland and to restore the mean fire interval of 5 years to the Fescue Grassland and Aspen Parkland Ecoregions of the Park. The Fescue Grassland provides critical habitat for a variety of species in and outside of

Project Town of Smiths Falls Multi-Use Trail Widening

  • Location (Rideau Canal National Historic Site, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80249
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-27
  • The Town of Smiths Falls is proposing to rehabilitate and widen an existing trail in Smiths Falls Ontario, from the Beckwith Street Bridge on the Combined Lockstation grounds to a point approximately 400 m to the east. This is Phase 1 of the pathway expansion, with additional phases potentially coming in the future should funding become available. The trail follows the shoreline and crosses an existing pedestrian bridge over a small stream that inlets to the Rideau Canal. The existing trail is

Project Prince of Wales Hotel Fire Suppression System Upgrade

  • Location (Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80237
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-27
  • Pursuit Collection, the owner of the Prince of Wales Hotel, proposes to upgrade the existing fire suppression system by installing new infrastructure within the existing footprint in order to address leaking issues and to bring the infrastructure up to code. The upgrades will eliminate the water tower on the Prince of Wales Hill from the system. The project will involve excavation, trenching, installation of new water lines, backfilling, restoration and commissioning of the new line.

Project Kingston Mills Outer Weir Masonry Rehabilitation

  • Location (Rideau Canal National Historic Site of Canada, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80313
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-27
  • This project involves the rehabilitation of historic masonry associated with the Outer Weir at Kingston Mills Lockstation. The work zone will be isolated by an upstream cofferdam and downstream rock check with filtration capacity. The upstream cofferdam will include an intake for a conduit to relay water to the downstream side of the work zone. The scope also includes excavation behind the walls to expose and re-point the backside of the walls. The central portion of the walls will be gravity

Project Winter Road creation, maintenance, and breakdown

  • Location (Wood Buffalo National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80343
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-27
  • The project includes mobilizing and staging equipment at Moose Island (fuel, heavy equipment, flooding pumps, chainsaws, etc). Construction of the ice bridge over the Peace River, ice depth measurements, removal of pack ice on the north and south shore of the Peace River, the flooding of the river until adequate ice depth is achieved. The winter road then continues through the forest which requires snow removal, brushing of fallen trees/willows, removal of large rocks, tree stumps, etc.

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: 2020-02-26
  • 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 Kejimkujik Visitor Reception Centre Electric Car Charging Station

  • Location (Kejimkujik National Park of Canada, Nova Scotia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80273
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site proposes to construct an electric car charging station at the Visitor Reception Centre in Maitland Bridge. The project will entail excavation of approximately 25 m of trench for the installation of electrical conduit. Posts will be installed adjacent existing parking spaces for the electrical receptacles.

Project Drainage infrastructure improvements - Weirs, siphons and ditch

  • Location (Chambly Canal National Historic Site, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80518
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • Parks Canada wishes to make improvements to the drainage infrastructure in various sectors of the Chambly Canal. Work is planned on siphons 1, 2 and 3, weirs 1, 2 and 3, and the ditch by the workshop. For some structures, it will be necessary to dry the work sites. The work will be completed in the fall, following the navigation season, when the canal's water level is lowered for the winter. Siphon 1 The work planned includes completely demolishing and rebuilding Siphon 1,

Project Baseline Transitway Project - Baseline Station to Heron Station

  • Location (Ottawa, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80502
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • The City of Ottawa is proposing the reconstruction of the Baseline Road Corridor (from Baseline Station to Heron Station) to renew the street infrastructure in accordance with the City's Official Plan, Transportation Master Plan, and the approved provincial Environmental Assessment for the corridor. As part of the design, (7) seven federal properties (Sites) will be affected. The proposed modifications to federal lands include the addition of multi-use pathways, cycle tracks, sidewalks,

Project Temporary Camping Area for Friends of Keji Turtle Volunteers

  • Location (Kejimkujik National Park of Canada, Nova Scotia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80272
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • The project, based at the park's asset compound, will involve excavation of trenches for the installation of electrical conduit, cutting a limited number of trees (<10), spreading of gravel to provide parking areas for trailers and construction of a small (12' x 8') utility building.

Project MTO Culvert Replacement, Highway 15

  • Location (Rideau Canal National Historic Site, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80287
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • The existing culvert was originally constructed in 1957 and is in poor condition with spalls, exposed rebar, and wide cracks. The existing culvert is 5.5 m wide by 1.8 m high, and is a combination of concrete open footing culvert and concrete box culvert. The proposed replacement consists of a 6 m x 2.5 m cast-in-place concrete open footing culvert supported on steel H-piles, on the existing alignment. The culvert will include cast-in-place concrete wingwalls supported on steel H-piles. The

Project Sidney Spit Buoy Upgrades

  • Location (Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80291
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • There are two outcomes sought by this project. The first outcome seeks to increase the number of visitor mooring buoys at Sidney Spit from 14 to 21 in order to provide better quality visitor experience while also protecting critical eelgrass habitat. Buoys are attached by chains to 1m cubed cement gravity anchors set on the ocean floor). This project seeks to return the number of visitor mooring buoys to 21 by installing 4 additional anchors on the ocean floor and adding 7 new buoys to the

Project ATCO Miette 5L215 Rebuild

  • Location (Jasper National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80299
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • ATCO is proposing to replace a 7.6 km section of overhead distribution line in Jasper National Park. The line currently extends from the Fiddle River Ashlar Ridge Lookout to Miette Hot Springs, and will be replaced with an equivalent length of mostly underground distribution line buried 1.2 m deep within the shoulder of the Miette Road. Short overhead segments will be installed where topographical constraints and the road alignment prevent underground installation. The existing line has

Project Crooked Creek Culvert Replacement

  • Location (Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80300
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • Parks Canada Agency (PCA) is proposing to replace the Crooked Creek culvert (the culvert) at Km 10.0 along Highway (Hwy) 6 in Waterton Lakes National Park (WLNP), Alberta (the Project). The primary objective of the Project is to improve the level of service, Overall Asset Condition Rating, network reliability and performance, and highway safety. The works to undertake the replacement of the culvert will include: removal of the existing culvert (34 m long by 2,100 mm diameter), installation

Project Tunnel Mountain Campground Winter Use

  • Location (Banff National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80354
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • Parks Canada Visitor Experience is proposing to use the existing Tunnel Mountain Campgrounds for winter use. This will include an assortment of groomed winter activity trails created in the Tunnel Mountain Trailer Court and Village 1 campgrounds while they are closed to camping and covered in snow. This proposal consolidates lessons learned from previous pilot seasons and describes a stable offer to be implemented during 2019-20 and future winter seasons. The components include: a) Machine

Project 100 Falcon Street-New carpentry shop

  • Location (Banff National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80361
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • Banff Caribou Properties is proposing to construct a new carpentry shop in order to centralize maintenance services. The building will be located at 100 Falcon Street, with a building size of 48' x 60' x 31'. This project will require installation of new utilites, excavation, vegetation removal, construction of new building, paving and landscaping.

Project JTA - Hochimini Trail Realignment

  • Location (Jasper National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80516
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • This project will be assessed with a basic impact assessment. Hochimini (6e) is a wildland trail located between Pyramid and Patricia Lakes that meanders past a wetland and along the wildlife movement corridor. Project objectives are to realign the current trail away from the existing wetland area to higher ground. 725 m of trail will be re-aligned along the Hochimini Slough. The trail will be realigned 20-30m upslope of the original location. It will remain 0.5 m (approx.) in width, giving a

Project War Lake First Nation Moosenose Lake Dam

  • Location (Moosenose Lake Dam Reinforcement, Manitoba)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80431
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-26
  • Approximately 70 m of the southwest shoreline of Moosenose Lake is believed to have been formed historically as a beaver dam that has since become a permanent landscape feature.  Breaches in that portion of the shoreline in 2004 and 2010, however, resulted in significant drops in the lake water levels and necessitated repairs and reconstruction of the shoreline to form a dam, using silt, clay and rock fill materials obtained from the adjacent area. The breaches also caused flooding in

Project Frontier Oil Sands Mine Project

  • Location (Fort McKay, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment by Review Panel under CEAA 2012
  • Status: Terminated
  • Reference Number: 65505
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-25
  • The Frontier Oil Sands Mine Project, proposed by Teck Resources Limited includes the construction, operation and reclamation of an oil sands surface mine with a production capacity of about 260,000 barrels per day of bitumen. The project is located in northeastern Alberta, approximately 110 kilometres north of Fort McMurray. The project is a truck and shovel mine which includes two open pits, an ore preparation plant, a bitumen processing plant, tailings preparation and management

Project Installation of a weather station at Kuujjuaq airport

  • Location (Kuujjuaq Airport, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80515
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-25
  • Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) plans to install a climatological station on the site of Kuujjuaq airport, property of Transport Canada. The station would be installed on an unused site of 30 m x 30 m and an access road of 180 m x 5 m would be put in place. The current site is a field composed of herbaceous vegetation. It will be necessary to strip it over a total area of ??1800 m2. In addition, for the needs of the station, shrubs (and potentially trees) would be cut within a

Project Albert Street Building Development

  • Location (1246 Albert Street, Regina, Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80514
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-25
  • Cowessess Ventures Ltd. intends to build a 2700 sq ft building on the currently vacant 1246 Albert Street, Regina property. The purpose of the building is to house a restaurant complete with a drive thru and 26 parking stalls. The building will be constructed with industry standard material, primarily brick exterior with accenting and building signage. The water, sewer, gas and power lines will be connected from the perimeter of the property. The parking lot will be entirely paved, concrete

Project Dismantling the Southeast and Southwest Esplanade footbridges

  • Location (Lachine Canal National Historic Site, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80246
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-25
  • Parks Canada would like to dismantle the Southeast and Southwest Esplanade footbridges. The purpose of the project is to remove the decks from both footbridges, remove the abutments from the Southeast footbridge, backfill the space under the footbridges and build a section of path on the embankment to maintain the bicycle link. For the Southeast Esplanade footbridge, the embankment will cover an area of approximately 63m2 and will be an extension of the rockfill bank already present on either

Project Foundation Demolition and Associated Soil Remediation at Stony Point (former Camp Ipperwash), Ontario

  • Location (Stony Point is located at 9356 Army Camp Road within the municipality of Lambton Shores., Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80513
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-25
  • Canada is committed to the timely and successful clearance and remediation of the Stony Point land in accordance with the Ipperwash Final Settlement Agreement between the Kettle and Stony Point First Nation and Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada. As per the Final Settlement Agreement, the Department of National Defence (DND) will conduct clearance and remediation activities to prevent, minimize and mitigate risks to human health, safety and the environment for the express purpose of

Project Replace roof of Building 229 at CFB Suffield

  • Location (CFB Suffield . The nearest major municipality is the City of Medicine Hat., Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80512
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-25
  • The Department of National Defence at Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Suffield is to execute a project to replace the roof (5,600 m2) of a building (B229) in the developed area in Summer 2020. The physical work encompasses replacement of associated eave troughs, replacement of the existing fall arrest system, and the removal and reinstallation of an existing roof top HVAC unit.

Project Flood Barrier

  • Location (Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80511
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • The Applicant proposes to construct a flood barrier along the western perimeter of the parking lot at 495 West Waterfront Road, and along a short length of West Waterfront Road, as this area is susceptible to flooding during extremely high tides events, such as a King Tide. The proposed works comprise the installation of a concrete wall and inter-connecting concrete blocks. It is anticipated that the barrier would be approximately 60 meters long and generally less than 1 meter high. The

Project Shellburn Berthing Dolphin Replacement

  • Location (Burnaby, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80510
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • Shell Canada Products Limited, (the Applicant) is proposing to replace four existing berthing dolphins and install a fifth berthing dolphin to the existing wharf structure at the Shellburn facility in Burnaby, BC. The project consists of the removal of 185 timber piles and the installation of 65 timber and 29 concrete filled steel pipe piles. Eight temporary timber fender piles will be installed to secure construction-related support vessels and then removed once the project is complete. The

Project Barge Ramp Beam Installation

  • Location (Burnaby, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80509
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • Island Tug and Barge propose to excavate a trench approximately six metres long and one metre deep in order to place and bury a five metre steel beam above the high water mark at their Berry Point facility in Burnaby. The installation is to allow barges to dock at the site for the purpose of loading concrete trucks that will access the neighbouring construction site at Westridge Marine Terminal. Approximately 15 concrete trucks are proposed to be loaded each day for up to 120 days. The works

Project Dredging to Deepen Berth 1 - Project Permit No. 18-027-1 - Amendment (Condition 23 - Extended Hours)

  • Location (North Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80507
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • Neptune Bulk Terminals proposes to carry out physical activities related to the installation of a sheet pile wall and the dredging to deepen Berth 1 at Neptune Bulk Terminals up until October 31, 2020. This would require an extension to the approved Dredging to Deepen Berth 1 project permit (PP No. 18-027), which has an expiry date of February 29, 2020. Neptune Bulk Terminals also proposes to carry out physical works associated with the approved Dredging to Deepen Berth 1 Project 24 hours a

Project Dredging to Deepen Berth 1 - Project Permit No. 18-027-1 - Amendment (Condition 23 - Extended Hours)

  • Location (North Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80508
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • Neptune Bulk Terminals proposes to carry out physical activities related to the installation of a sheet pile wall and the dredging to deepen Berth 1 at Neptune Bulk Terminals up until October 31, 2020. This would require an extension to the approved Dredging to Deepen Berth 1 project permit (PP No. 18-027), which has an expiry date of February 29, 2020. Neptune Bulk Terminals also proposes to carry out physical works associated with the approved Dredging to Deepen Berth 1 Project 24 hours a

Project Neptune Cargill Overpass Extension - Project Permit No. 17-131-1 - Amendment (Condition 17 - Extended Hours)

  • Location (North Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80506
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • Neptune Bulk Terminals proposes to carry out physical works associated with the approved Neptune Cargill Overpass Extension Project 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, excluding Statutory Holidays to August 31, 2020. This would require an amendment to condition 17 of the approved project permit, which states: All general construction and physical activities related to the Project shall be conducted from Monday to Saturday between the hours of 7:00 am and 8:00 pm. No construction and physical

Project Conveyance for North Shore Wastewater Treatment Plant - Project Permit No. 17-090-1 - Amendment (Condition 51 - Extended Hours)

  • Location (North Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80505
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • Metro Vancouver proposes to carry out physical works associated with the approved Conveyance for North Shore Wastewater Treatment Plant Project, between 6:00am and 12:00am from March 1, 2020 to August 31, 2020, excluding Sundays and statutory holidays. This would require an amendment to condition 51 of the approved project permit, which states: All general construction and physical activities related to the Project shall be conducted from Monday to Saturday between the hours of 7:00 am and

Project Neptune Coal Capacity Project and West Quadrant Shiploader - Project Permit No. 12-066-1 - Amendment (Condition 18 - Extended Hours)

  • Location (North Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80503
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • Neptune Bulk Terminals proposes to carry out physical works associated with the approved Coal Capacity Project and West Quadrant Shiploader 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, excluding statutory holidays to August 31, 2020. This would require an amendment to condition 18 of the approved project permit, which states: All general construction and physical activities related to the Project shall be conducted from Monday to Saturday between the hours of 7:00 am and 8:00 pm. No construction and

Project Webequie Supply Road Project

  • Location (McFaulds Lake area - Eastern limit, Ontario) (Webequie First Nation - Western limit)
  • Assessment Type: Impact Assessment by the Agency
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80183
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • Webequie First Nation is proposing the construction and operation, including maintenance, of a 107-kilometre all-season road connecting the Webequie Airport and the McFaulds Lake area in northern Ontario. The corridor would be approximately 35 metres in width in order to accommodate a two-lane gravel surface industrial supply road and could enable future infrastructure development such as transmission lines and broadband. As proposed, the Webequie Supply Road Project would connect Webequie

Project Marten Falls Community Access Road Project

  • Location (Marten Falls, Ontario) (Northern end of Painter Lake forestry road)
  • Assessment Type: Impact Assessment by the Agency
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80184
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • Marten Falls First Nation is proposing the construction and operation, including maintenance, of an all-season multi-use community access road approximately 190 to 230 kilometres in length, connecting the northern end of Painter Lake forestry road to the community of Marten Falls. Marten Falls is located at the junction of the Albany and Ogoki rivers, approximately 170 kilometres northeast of Nakina, Ontario. As proposed, the Marten Falls Community Access Road Project could

Project 1965 Pinehurst Ave., Selwyn, Upper Chemong Lake - Wet Slip Infill

  • Location (Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80501
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • The overall intent of this project is to infill a wet slip area of approximately 25 m² (5 m x 5 m). The infill shall consist of approximately 23 m² of 2" to 4" granular ‘A' clear stone rock. The proponent has been advised that other federal departments may also possess permitting requirements for this project.

Project Installation of a Portable Storage Container Compound at the Technical and Protective Operations Facility (TPOF)

  • Location (Ottawa, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80426
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-24
  • The project consists of the construction of a portable storage container compound in Ottawa, Ontario. It will require clearing of an existing previously disturbed and now overgrown greenfield area in the south east sector of the Technical and Protective Operations Facility (TPOF) site. It will be a fenced compound enclosing an open air facility within which, pre-fabricated storage containers (similar in appearance to a sea-tainer) will be placed. The compound will be divided in to 4

Project Delta Cedar New Pile Installation

  • Location (Delta, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80428
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-22
  • The Applicant proposes to install a single pile in the Fraser River in the waterlot of 10104 River Road, Delta, in response to a request from Worksafe BC. The project consists of the installation of a 0.76 metre diameter steel pipe pole to help secure a barge used for loading logs to the mill for processing. The pile will be installed using a vibratory hammer from a barge.

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

  • Location (Lot 7741, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80412
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-21
  • 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 Runway De-Icing Liquid Storage Tank

  • Location (Regina, Saskatchewan)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80500
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-21
  • This project is for the installation of a 30,000 L aboveground storage tank for runway de-icing fluid. The Regina Airport Authority (RAA) uses granular and liquid de-icing material to manage ice on airside surfaces. This de-icing material is composed of potassium acetate, an alternative to chloride-based de-icing materials. Potassium acetate is not considered a Toxic Substance as per the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA), and is not a hazardous substance as per Saskatchewan's

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