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2019-09-24 0:00
  • Reference Number 6
  • Disposition Table of Public and Indigenous Groups' Comments on the Project Description for the Wheeler River Project Tableau des réponses aux commentaires du public et des groupes autochtones sur la description du projet Wheeler River
  • Disposition Table of Public and Indigenous Groups' Comments on the Project Description for the Wheeler River Project
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  • Tableau des réponses aux commentaires du public et des groupes autochtones sur la description du projet Wheeler River e-Doc : 5986753 Page 1 Item # Source Numéro Extraits de commentaires (Toutes les présentations originales se trouvent dans la référence no 80178 du Registre canadien d’évaluation d’impact) Réponse de la CCSN 1. Ya’thi Néné Lands and Resource YNLR-1 Les résidents du bassin d’Athabasca sont des usagers traditionnels de la terre qui dépendent de la chasse, de la pêche et du piégeage pour subvenir aux besoins de leur famille et de leur collectivité grâce à des aliments traditionnels et prélevés dans la nature. La protection des systèmes écologiques qui favorisent les activités liées à l’utilisation des terres à des fins traditionnelles revêt une importance capitale. La protection du milieu aquatique et des espèces de poissons qui y vivent continuera de jouer un rôle primordial pour les membres de la collectivité pendant toute la durée ...
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  • Disposition Table of Public and Indigenous Groups’ Comments on the Project Description for the Wheeler River Project E-Doc: 5939312 Page 1 Item # Source Number Comment Excerpts (all original submissions can be found on the Canadian Impact Assessment Registry, reference #80178) CNSC Response 1. Ya’thi Néné Lands and Resource YNLR-1 Residents of the Athabasca Basin are traditional land users that rely on hunting, fishing and trapping to support both their families and communities with traditional and country foods. Protection of the ecological systems that support traditional land use activities are of critical importance. Protection of the aquatic environment and its associated fish species will continue to be critically important to community members throughout the duration of the Wheeler River Project. The aquatic environment and its associated ecosystem support an important food source to all people in the Athabasca Basin. All efforts ...

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2019-07-4 0:00
  • Reference Number 4
  • Comments on the Project Description from Ya'thi Néné Land and Resource Office Ommentaires sur la description de projet de la part de Ya'thi Néné Land and Resource Office
  • Comments on the Project Description from Ya'thi Néné Land and Resource Office
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  • 1 Written Submission from Ya’thi Néné Land and Resource Office In the Matter of; Denison Mines Corp. Wheeler River Project Description Garrett Schmidt Executive Director Ya’thi Néné Land and Resource Office Saskatoon, SK Tel: 306-686-7647 garrett.schmidt@yathinene.com mailto:garrett.schmidt@yathinene.com 2 Introduction The Ya’thi Néné Land and Resource Office (Ya’thi Néné), on behalf of the Athabasca First Nations of Black Lake, Fond du Lac and Hatchet Lake, and the municipalities of Camsell Portage, Stony Rapids, Uranium City, and Wollaston Lake, have reviewed the Wheeler River Project Description, as submitted by Denison Mines Corp. A summary of comments pertaining to the Project Description is contained within the document below. By participating in the Project Description review, Ya’thi Néné expects to begin building a positive and long-lasting relationship with Denison Mines Corp. and looks forward ...
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  • 1 Written Submission from Ya’thi Néné Land and Resource Office In the Matter of; Denison Mines Corp. Wheeler River Project Description Garrett Schmidt Executive Director Ya’thi Néné Land and Resource Office Saskatoon, SK Tel: 306-686-7647 garrett.schmidt@yathinene.com mailto:garrett.schmidt@yathinene.com 2 Introduction The Ya’thi Néné Land and Resource Office (Ya’thi Néné), on behalf of the Athabasca First Nations of Black Lake, Fond du Lac and Hatchet Lake, and the municipalities of Camsell Portage, Stony Rapids, Uranium City, and Wollaston Lake, have reviewed the Wheeler River Project Description, as submitted by Denison Mines Corp. A summary of comments pertaining to the Project Description is contained within the document below. By participating in the Project Description review, Ya’thi Néné expects to begin building a positive and long-lasting relationship with Denison Mines Corp. and looks forward ...

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