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Attachment Administrator on behalf of Environment and Climate Change Canada

2019-12-13 0:00
  • Reference Number 23
  • Commented During Project Phase: Planning
  • Federal Authority Advice Record
  • Please find attached Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Federal Authority Advice Request (FAAR) response for the proposed Prairie Lights Power Project.   Thank you.   Gayle Hatchard   A/ Senior Environmental Assessment Coordinator / Environmental Stewardship Branch – Prairie and Northern Environment and Climate Change Canada / Government of Canada gayle.hatchard@canada.ca (mailto:gayle.hatchard@canada.ca) Tel: 780-951-8754   Agente d’évaluation environnementale / Direction générale de la protection de l'environnement Environnement et Changement climatique Canada  / Gouvernement du Canada ...
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  • FAAR ECCC RESPONSE PRAIRIE LIGHTS POWER PROJECT 1 ATTACHMENT: December 13, 2019 Federal Authority Advice Record Response due by 12-DEC-2019 Prairie Lights Power Project – Prairie Lights Power GP Inc. Agency File: [80324] Department/Agency Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) Lead IA Contact Gayle Hatchard Full Address Edmonton Eastgate 9250 49 St, Edmonton, AB T6B 1K5 Email Gayle.Hatchard@canada.ca Telephone 780-951-8754 Alternate Departmental Contact Jody Small: Jody.Small@canada.ca 1. Is it probable that your department or agency may be required to exercise a power or perform a duty or function related to the Project to enable it to proceed? If yes, specify the Act of Parliament and that power, duty or function. Based on the Initial Project Description, ECCC does not expect that it will be required to exercise a power or perform a duty or function related to the Project to enable it to proceed. It is unlikely that ...

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Attachment Administrator on behalf of Asiniwachi Niyaw Nation (Kelly Lake Cree Nation)

2019-12-13 0:00
  • Reference Number 13
  • Commented During Project Phase: Planning
  • Commented On Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public Comments Invited on a Summary of the Initial Project Description
  • FW: Reminder - Comment period for the Prairie Lights Power Project - ends December 12, 2019
  • Attached is the letter outlining issue and concerns on behalf of Asiniwachi Niyaw Nation otherwise known in the english language as Kelly Lake Cree Nation, its leadership and citizenship. You will find two other attachments for the purposes of the proponent understanding of Kelly Lake Cree Nation people, its responsibilities to their people and territory.   Sincerely, Linette Hodges Director, Consultation & Environmental Management Asiniwachi Niyaw Nation aka Kelly Lake Cree Nation (778) 220-9895 (cell) (250) 314-9895 (fax) www.kellylakecreenation.com (http://www.kellylakecreenation.com)
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  • PO Box 66 Tomslake, BC V0 C 2L0  780.356.3125  chief@klcn.ca 1 CONFIDENTIAL NOT FOR PUBLICATION Sent via email: Jennifer.Howe@canada.ca Jennifer Howe Project Manager, Prairie and Northern Region Impact Assessment Agency of Canada / Government of Canada Dear Ms. Howe, RE: Issues, Concerns and Resolutions of the Prairie Lights Power Project KLCN is committed to principles of Aboriginal Title and Rights, economic sustainability, environmental stewardship, and self-determination in respect of its lands and resources and wishes to establish a cooperative and respectful long-term relationship with Prairie Lights Power Inc. (PLP) in keeping with this principle. Objectives of KLCN: (a) protecting the Traditional Territory for the continuing benefit of the KLCN members, including traditional, cultural, vocational and other purposes; (b) impacts to KLCN’s Aboriginal Title & Rights; land claim of over 40,000 square ...

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Attachment Administrator on behalf of Natural Resources Canada

2019-12-13 0:00
  • Reference Number 18
  • Commented During Project Phase: Planning
  • Federal Authority Advice Record
  • Please find attached Natural Resources Canada’s response to the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada’s November 22, 2019 request to review the Initial Project Description for the Prairie Lights Power Project and complete the Federal Authority Advice Record. If you have any questions, please contact me,   Sara Ryan   Team Leader, Impact Assessment, Office of the Chief Scientist Natural Resources Canada / Government of Canada Sara.Ryan@canada.ca (mailto:John.Clarke@NRCan-RNCan.gc.ca) / 613-447-3099   Chef d’ ...
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  • Federal Authority Advice Record – Prairie Lights Power Project - 1 December 12, 2019 Agency File No.: 005719 Jennifer Howe Project Manager, Prairie and Northern Region Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency Jennifer.Howe@canada.ca Re: Federal Authority Advice Record for the Prairie Lights Power Project Please find attached Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) response to the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada’s November 22, 2019 request to review the Initial Project Description for the Prairie Lights Power Project (the Project) and complete the Federal Authority Advice Record (FAAR). NRCan is submitting this response pursuant to section 13 of the Impact Assessment Act. If you have any questions, please contact me by email at sara.ryan@canada.ca, or by phone at (613) 447- 3099. Thank you, Sara Ryan Team Leader Office of the Chief Scientist Attachment 1: Federal Authority Advice Record ...

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Attachment Administrator on behalf of Sucker Creek First Nation

2019-12-12 0:00
  • Reference Number 15
  • Commented During Project Phase: Planning
  • Commented On Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public Comments Invited on a Summary of the Initial Project Description
  • FW: Prairie Lights Power Project Response and Comments
  • After reviewing the information that you have provided Initial Project details to Sucker Creek First Nation. I have attached a response letter and comments with regarding to Prairies Lights Power Project. After reviewing the project details Sucker Creek First Nations deems it necessary that we be included in the Impact Assessment as this proposed project is within our asserted lands and Traditional Territory. Sucker Creek First Nation takes every proposed project within our Traditional Territory seriously and a project of this size definitely there will be Traditional land use impacts.   Thank you,   Leigh Ann Ward Sucker Creek First Nation Consultation Department Consultation Director (O) 780-523-2098 (C) 780-394-7117 leighann@scfn.ca (mailto:leighann@scfn.ca)
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  • Sucker Creek First Nation P.O. Box 65 Tel (780) 523-2098 CONSULTATION DEPARTMENT Enilda, AB T0G 0W0 Fax (780) 523-3111 Leigh Ann Ward Sucker Creek First Nation Consultation Director P.O Box 65, Enilda, AB T0G 0W0 Cell: 780-394-7117 Office: 780-523-2098 Fax: 780-523-3111 December 12, 2019 Daniel Brown Suite 1145, 9700 Jasper Avenue Edmonton AB, T5J aC3 Phone: 613-864-3869 Email: daniel.brown3@canada.ca RE: Prairie Lights Power Project Dear Daniel Brown, On behalf of the members of Sucker Creek First Nation (SCFN), I would like to inform you that we have now had the opportunity to consider the potential impacts of your proposed project passing through Sucker Creek First Nations asserted traditional territory. The proposed project is only one of the many industry developments in our asserted traditional territory. Sucker ...

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Attachment Administrator on behalf of Women and Gender Equality Canada

2019-12-12 0:00
  • Reference Number 30
  • Commented During Project Phase: Planning
  • Federal Authority Advice Record
  • Please find attached WAGE’s response to Part A of the FAAR Form for the Prairie Lights Power Station.   Thanks, Fatimah Elfeitori Agente subalterne des politiques, Direction des politiques et relations extérieures Femmes et Égalité des genres Canada / Gouvernement du Canada fatimah.elfeitori@cfc-swc.gc.ca / Tél. : 819-420-6694 Junior Policy Analyst, Policy and External Relations Directorate Women and Gender Equality Canada / Government of Canada fatimah.elfeitori@cfc-swc.gc.ca / T: 819-420-6694
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  • 1 PART A – Summary of Issues – Prairie Lights Power Station Introduction Prairie Lights Power GP Inc. is proposing the construction, operation and decommissioning of a 360- megawatt natural gas-fired power generation facility that would deliver electricity to Alberta. The proposed Prairie Lights Power Project would be located 35 kilometers south of Grande Prairie, within the Municipal District of Greenview, Alberta. The Detailed Project Description should serve to better understand the purpose of the proposed project and show how it connects with gender equality and broader inclusion goals. Ideally gender equality and inclusion issues should be found in all sections of the report rather than mentioned only in a specific section on gender. Having said that, the proponent may wish to include a specific section to highlight the relevance between the energy sector, gender equality and inclusion in addition to embedding these considerations through all sections of the ...

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Attachment Administrator on behalf of Fisheries and Oceans Canada

2019-12-12 0:00
  • Reference Number 22
  • Commented During Project Phase: Planning
  • Federal Authority Advice Record
  • Please find attached the Federal Advice Authority Record for Fisheries and Oceans Canada regarding the Prairie Lights Power Project.   For your reference, the DFO file number for the project is: 19-HCAA-01707   Thank you,   Ashley Lindley Biologist, Fish and Fish Habitat Protection Program |Biologiste, Programme de protection du poisson et sonde son habitat Fisheries and Oceans Canada | Pêches et Océans Canada 867 Lakeshore Road | 867 Chemin Lakeshore Burlington, ON,  L7S 1A1 Tel | Tél: 905-336-6235; Fax | Téléc: 905-336-6285 Ashley.Lindley@dfo-mpo.gc.ca (mailto:Ashley.Lindley@dfo-mpo.gc.ca) Web site | site Web: www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/pnw-ppe/index-eng.html ...
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  • ATTACHMENT: November 22, 2019 Federal Authority Advice Record Response due by December 12, 2019 Prairie Lights Power Project – Prairie Lights Power GP Inc. Agency File: 005719 Department/Agency Fisheries and Oceans Canada Lead IA Contact Rick Kiriluk Full Address 867 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, ON L7S 1A1 Email Rick.Kiriluk@dfo-mpo.gc.ca Telephone 905-336-4560 Alternate Departmental Contact Lisa Wren Ashley Lindley 1. Is it probable that your department or agency may be required to exercise a power or perform a duty or function related to the Project to enable it to proceed? If yes, specify the Act of Parliament and that power, duty or function. A Fisheries Act paragraph 35(2)(b) Authorization will be required if the project is likely to cause the harmful alteration, disruption, or destruction to fish habitat and/or a Fisheries Act paragraph 34.4(2)(b) Authorization if the project is likely to result in the death of fish. The proponent ...

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Attachment Administrator on behalf of Transport Canada

2019-12-11 0:00
  • Reference Number 17
  • Commented During Project Phase: Planning
  • TC Comments -IAAC FAAR request- Prairie Lights Power Project - Alberta
  • Good afternoon,   As Per the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada’s request received November 22, 2019, attached please find the Federal Authority Advice Record with Transport Canada’s comments related to our department’s responsibilities and expertise for the proposed Prairie Lights Power Project.   Thank you,   Kristyn Luft   Regional Environmental Advisor, Environmental Programs, Prairie and Northern Region Transport Canada / Government of Canada kristyn.luft@tc.gc.ca (mailto:kristyn.luft@tc.gc.ca) / Tel : 204-958-6995 / TTY : 1-888-675-6863 ...
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  • ATTACHMENT: November 22, 2019 Federal Authority Advice Record Response due by December 12, 2019 Prairie Lights Power Project – Prairie Lights Power GP Inc. Agency File: 005719 Department/Agency Transport Canada Lead IA Contact Kristyn Luft Full Address 344 Edmonton St., Winnipeg MB R3C 0P6 Email Kristyn.luft@tc.gc.ca Telephone 204-958-6995 Alternate Departmental Contact Adam Downing 1. Is it probable that your department or agency may be required to exercise a power or perform a duty or function related to the Project to enable it to proceed? If yes, specify the Act of Parliament and that power, duty or function. Transport Canada (TC) may be required to exercise a power or perform a duty or function with respect to the Canadian Navigable Waters Act (CNWA) based on the initial Project description provided. TC requires further detailed project information, outlined in response 6, to confi rm whether or not TC would be required to issue an ...

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