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Attachment Response to February 24, 2020 letter from the Agency (see related document #119)

  • Webequie Supply Road Project
  • Author: Administrator on behalf of Long Lake #58 First Nation
  • Reference Number: 219
  • Submitted: 2020-03-24
  • Project Phase: Impact Statement
  • Participation Notice: N/A
  • Hi Caitlin, In reviewing the February 24th documents on the Marten Falls Community Access Road Project and the Webequie Supply Road Project IAs, the following comments are provided on Attachment 4 (summary of information available to the IAAC on LL58): Section a), second bullet: Long Lake #58 First Nation is not a signatory to Treaty 9 or the Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850. LL58 has been located on a one square mile tract of land since 1905. While we were located to this land, and despite the fact that our Home Lands over laps the geographic boundaries of the treaty 9 and Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850, LL58 has never signed a treaty with the ...
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  • <Original signed by> <Original signed by> mailto:iaac.martenfalls.aeic@canada.ca mailto:iaac.webequie.aeic@canada.ca Long Lake #58 First Nation Page 1 of 5 January 28, 2020 Restrictive Timelines & Capacity LL58 does not currently have the required resources to conduct a thorough technical review of the Draft Tailored Impact Statement Guidelines (TISG) within the stated deadline (January 28, 2020). While LL58 has made all efforts to be engaged and informed on these projects (including two meetings with the IAAC and hosting a community engagement session with the assistance of Four Rivers (our technical services group)), our Lands & Resource department does not have dedicated staff fluent with Impact Assessment (IA) legislation and processes (especially in light of the new and evolving IA Act). Additional timeline and capacity restrictions have been encountered due to the holiday season (two-week office closure), community elections (last week), lack of ...

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Attachment Re: Follow-up from Call on January 6th - Extension for Comment Period

  • Webequie Supply Road Project
  • Author: Administrator on behalf of Neskantaga First Nation
  • Reference Number: 104
  • Submitted: 2020-02-06
  • Project Phase: Planning
  • Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public comments invited on the draft Tailored Impact Statement Guidelines and the draft Public Participation Plan
  • Find attached Neskantaga’s comments on the draft TISGs for Marten Falls and Webequie. Regards, David Peerla
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  • Marten Falls Community Access Road Project Impact Assessment Agency of Canada / Government of Canada CEAA.MartenFalls.ACEE@canada.ca / Tel: 416-952-1576 Webequie Supply Road Project / Ontario Region Impact Assessment Agency of Canada / Government of CanadaCanada IAAC.Webequie.AEIC@canada.ca / Tel: 416-952-1576 VIA EMAIL Re: Webequie Supply Road Project and Marten Falls Access Road Comments on the draft Tailored Impact Statement Guidelines and draft Indigenous Engagement and Partnership Plan I write as an advisor to the Neskantaga First Nation. The Nation has a number of questions and concerns regarding the draft Tailored Impact State- ment Guidelines for the Webequie Supply Road Project, the Marten Falls Community Access Road Project and the companion indigenous engagement and partnership plans. Our questions and concerns apply to the draft impact statement guidelines for both projects. Context “For over a century, the central goals of Canada’s Aboriginal ...

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Attachment Friends of the Attawapiskat River - Comments on Guidelines and Indigenous Engagement Plan

  • Webequie Supply Road Project
  • Author: Kerrie Blaise
  • Reference Number: 84
  • Submitted: 2020-01-28 - 2:25 PM
  • Project Phase: Planning
  • Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public comments invited on the draft Tailored Impact Statement Guidelines and the draft Public Participation Plan
  • Dear Impact Assessment Agency of Canada,   The Friends of the Attawapiskat River, represented by the Canadian Environmental Law Association, provide the attached comments to the Agency in response to the draft Tailored Impact Statement Guidelines and draft Indigenous Engagement Plan for both the Webequie Supply Road and Marten Falls Community Access Road projects. Please note that this submission applies to the impact assessments for both ...
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  • Friends of the Attawapiskat River | 1 January 28, 2020 VIA EMAIL Impact Assessment Agency of Canada 22nd Floor, Place Bell 160 Elgin Street Ottawa ON K1A 0H3 Re: Webequie Supply Road Project and Marten Falls Access Road Comments on the draft Tailored Impact Statement Guidelines and draft Indigenous Engagement Plan The Friends of the Attawapiskat River (the “Friends”), represented by the Canadian Environmental Law Association (“CELA”), welcome this opportunity to provide comments and recommendations to the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada’s (the “Agency”) on its draft Tailored Impact Statement Guidelines (“Guidelines”) and draft Indigenous Engagement Plan for the Webequie Supply Road and Marten Falls Community Access Road.1 Unless otherwise specified, this submission applies to the impact assessments (IAs) for both road projects. In making these submissions to the Agency, the Friends note they are not speaking on behalf of ...

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Attachment Marten Falls First Nation Comments on WSR Project and Indigenous Engagement and Partnership Plan

  • Webequie Supply Road Project
  • Author: Administrator on behalf of Marten Falls First Nation
  • Reference Number: 109
  • Submitted: 2020-01-28
  • Project Phase: Planning
  • Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public comments invited on the draft Tailored Impact Statement Guidelines and the draft Public Participation Plan
  • On behalf of Marten Falls First Nation, please see attached a completed comment form and comments on the Indigenous Engagement and Partnership Plan. If you have any questions or comments on this submission, please contact myself, Larissa Mikkelsen and, I will coordinate with Marten Falls First Nation representatives to provide a response, if required.  Larissa Mikkelsen, MSc.Geol LBS Environmental Consulting <personal information removed> larissa@lbsconsulting.ca
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  • Indigenous Engagement and Partnership plan Aboriginal RIGHTS To be recognized and protected under Section 35 of the CCA 1982 The right to hunt, fish, trap, built cabins, youth retreat camps, and hold ceremonies on ancestral lands. The right to be consulted and engaged in any new developments during the impact assessment process that could have potential impact on the environment and people in our area. Gathering, information sessions to be held directly in the community that we can be more proactive in the discussions. Bringing awareness and understanding what impact assessment process is, there are many processes and people become confused. Make sure people understand, initiate and encourage feedback. Utilizing Traditional Elders Knowledge, Elders have valuable knowledge. Finding a way to balance how to use our elder’s knowledge for decision making but keeping what is sacred to pass on to future generations. Provide information in local language by ...
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  • Page 1 of 4 Attachment 2: Comment Form - Information Regarding Participation in the Planning Phase Please respond by: October 1, 2019 Webequie Supply Road Project – Webequie First Nation Canadian Impact Assessment Registry File No.: 80183 All comments should be submitted via the Submit a Comment feature available on the Project’s Canadian Impact Assessment Registry page (Reference #80183 at https://iaac- aeic.gc.ca/050/evaluations/proj/80183). Letters and forms can be uploaded using this feature. If you have any difficulties submitting this way, please contact the Agency using the information provided below for assistance. Indigenous group: Marten Falls First Nation Contact Name: Telephone: Address: Fax: Email: Please complete this form. If you have already provided this information during the prior comment period, we will be pleased to utilize those comments; however, the Agency has incorporated new questions and has made edits to ...

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