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Attachment Vancouver Fraser Port Authority response to ECCC comments on biofilm and western sandpipers

  • Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project
  • Author: Administrator on behalf of the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
  • Reference Number: 3558
  • Submitted: 2022-11-14 - 3:58 PM
  • Project Phase: N/A
  • Participation Notice: N/A
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  • Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project Executive Summary – A collaborative and appropriately designed approach to protect western sandpipers November 14, 2022 Vancouver Fraser Port Authority Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project | Executive Summary – A collaborative and appropriately designed approach to protect western sandpipers 2022-11-14 | Page 1 Executive Summary Background This submission is the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority’s (port authority) response to the submission from Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), dated October 26, 2022 (CIAR #3557) regarding the Roberts Bank Terminal 2 project (RBT2, project). In this submission, the port authority synthesizes the available information, including ECCC’s feedback, related to the assessment of potential effects of the project on western sandpiper to support project decision-making. This submission also provides further comments, reflecting consideration of ECCC’s feedback on the potential ...
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  • November 14, 2022 Mr. Terrence Hubbard President Impact Assessment Agency of Canada 160 Elgin Street, 22nd Floor, Place Bell Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H3 Re: A collaborative and appropriately designed approach to protect western sandpiper: Response to comments of Environment and Climate Change Canada Dear Mr. Hubbard: The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority (the port authority) is pleased to provide our response to Environment and Climate Change Canada’s (ECCC) submission dated October 26, 2022, regarding the Roberts Bank Terminal 2 project (RBT2). With the implementation of the measures described in this response and previous submission (dated June 10, 2022 CIAR #3553)—including mitigation considered by the review panel, additional measures proposed after the review panel report, and the additional conditions developed in consultation with Indigenous groups—we are confident that any potential effects of the project on western sandpipers can be effectively mitigated ...
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  • Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Follow-up Program November 14, 2022 A collaborative and approporiately designed approach to protect western sandpipers 2022-11-14 | Page i Contents 1. Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 1 1.1 Background and context for this response.............................................................................................. 1 1.2 Overview and structure of this submission .......................................................................................... 2 2. A comprehensive approach .................................................................................................................... 3 2.1 Mitigation ............................................................................................................................................. 4 2.1.1 Measures to be implemented by the port authority ...

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Attachment RBT2

  • Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project
  • Author: Administrator on behalf of Charles Vaughan
  • Reference Number: 3539
  • Submitted: 2022-03-17
  • Project Phase: N/A
  • Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public Comments Invited on Additional Information and Potential Conditions
  •     To the Impact Assessment Authority: I am opposed to Roberts Bank Terminal 2.It is an unacceptable development which would have profound negative impacts on an environment already stretched to the limits of tolerance.It threatens millions of shorebirds dependant on the estuary, and threatens the remaining salmon populations and orcas which feed on salmon.The planet is already labouring under a biodiversity crisis. It would be immoral and unethical to permit this development to proceed.Cancel this proposal now. Yours sincerely, Charles Vaughan, <personal information removed>, Black Creek, BC
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  • To the Impact Assessment Authority: I am opposed to Roberts Bank Terminal 2. It is an unacceptable development which would have profound negative impacts on an environment already stretched to the limits of tolerance. It threatens millions of shorebirds dependant on the estuary, and threatens the remaining salmon populations and orcas which feed on salmon. The planet is already labouring under a biodiversity crisis. It would be immoral and unethical to permit this development to proceed. Cancel this proposal now. Yours sincerely, Charles Vaughan, , Black Creek, BC, <personal information removed> <personal information removed>

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Attachment RBT2 threatens salmon, our orca relations, and Indigenous life ways and livelihoods

  • Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project
  • Author: Sacred Lands Conservancy submitted by Ellie Kinley
  • Reference Number: 3366
  • Submitted: 2022-03-16 - 1:54 AM
  • Project Phase: N/A
  • Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public Comments Invited on Additional Information and Potential Conditions
  • March 15, 2022 Re: the proposal for Roberts Bank Terminal 2 To the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency: The Sacred Lands Conservancy / Sacred Sea is an Indigenous-led non-profit committed to the protection of Xw’ullemy (the Salish Sea and its rivers and waterways), and the life, sacred sites, and Treaty rights connected to and held within those waters. Our organization is headed by President Tah-Mahs (Ellie Kinley) and Vice President Squil-le-he-le (Raynell Morris), two enrolled Lummi tribal members. Tah-Mahs is also a fisherman, whose family has always fished. She has personal, first-hand knowledge of what it is like to fish amongst oil tankers and vast container ships. The Lhaq’temish people have lived on and by the Salish Sea since time immemorial. We are a Salmon People. We hold salmon to be sacred. Salmon forms the basis of our culture, traditional life ways and livelihoods. Roberts Bank Terminal 2 would disrupt ...
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  • Sacred Lands Conservancy doing business as Sacred Sea An Indigenous-led 501c3 non-profit 2321 West Street Bellingham, WA 98225 www.SacredSea.org 360-305-5880 March 15, 2022 Re: the proposal for Roberts Bank Terminal 2 To the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency: The Sacred Lands Conservancy / Sacred Sea is an Indigenous-led non-profit committed to the protection of Xw’ullemy (the Salish Sea and its rivers and waterways), and the life, sacred sites, and Treaty rights connected to and held within those waters. Our organization is headed by President Tah-Mahs (Ellie Kinley) and Vice President Squil-le-he-le (Raynell Morris), two enrolled Lummi tribal members. Tah-Mahs is also a fisherman, whose family has always fished. She has personal, first-hand knowledge of what it is like to fish amongst oil tankers and vast container ships. The Lhaq’temish people have lived on and by the Salish Sea since time immemorial. We are a Salmon People. We hold salmon to be ...

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