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Attachment Montems Delay

  • Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project
  • Author: Susan douglas-murray
  • Reference Number: 325
  • Submitted: 2022-01-20 - 1:36 PM
  • Project Phase: Planning
  • Participation Notice: N/A
  • To Whom it May Concern, The request for an extension from Montem Resources to enable them more time to prepare is a complete ploy to delay any decision pertaining to their planned activities on Tent Mountain . I reside in the Crowsnest Pass and have been involved with the attempt of foreign companies demands to destroy our meagre watershed by extracting and mining mettalurgical coal. Montem has sat quietly in the sidelines while Riversdale Resources engaged with the Provincial and Federal government. The Alberta Energy Regulator(AER)  came out clearly against Riversdale after a six year long engagement. Montem has already been told in no uncertain terms exactly the conditions and information required to present to the AER over a year ago. Unless Montem has it's head in the sand they definately  know what is required in an application to mine in Alberta,and the necessary information a Federal  Impact Assessment demands.  Their ridiculous letter , and a ...
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  • January 8, 2021 By email only Peter Doyle, Director and Chief Executive Officer Montem Resources Alberta Operations Ltd. 7720 17 Avenue, PO Box 610 Coleman, AB T0K 0M0 Email: pdoyle@montem-resources.com Montem Resources Alberta Operations Ltd. Tent Mountain Mine - Environmental Impact Assessment Report Required Dear Mr. Doyle: Further to your correspondence of November 16, 2020, I wish to advise you that the AER has determined that Montem Resources Alberta Operations Ltd. (Montem)’s proposal to conduct mining at the previously abandoned Tent Mountain Mine constitutes either a new development or a change to an activity that is of a substantial nature pursuant to ss. 39(e)(i) & (iii) and 67(1) of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (EPEA) and is therefore a “proposed activity” within the meaning of s. 39(e) of EPEA and a mandatory activity pursuant to Schedule 1(g) of the Environmental Assessment (Mandatory and Exempted Activities) ...

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Attachment Ermineskin First Nation attendance to tomorrow's Tent Mountain Impact Assessment information session

  • Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project
  • Author: Administrator on behalf of Ermineskin First Nation
  • Reference Number: 308
  • Submitted: 2021-12-20
  • Project Phase: N/A
  • Participation Notice: N/A
  • Please see attached. 
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  • Ermineskin Cree Nation – Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir TKU Report i Ermineskin Cree Nation Traditional Knowledge and Use Study: Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir Project 2018 Ermineskin Cree Nation – Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir TKU Report i Foreword, Limitations, and Terms of Use This report discusses the Traditional Knowledge and Use of Ermineskin Cree Nation members in relation to the Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir Project proposed by Alberta Transportation. The report is based on two main sources of information: (1) 8 Traditional Knowledge and Use interviews carried out for this study; and (2) 3 field verification visits made to sites in and around the Project areas the week of 14 May 2018. Because the research and writing for this report was completed in under a month and with limited resources, the report does not represent the full extent of Ermineskin Cree Nation Traditional Knowledge and Use of the ...
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  • REPLY TO: GA GRANT Victoria Office email: ga@woodwardandcompany.com {00423683.3} VICTORIA OFFICE: 200 – 1022 GOVERNMENT STREET VICTORIA, BC V8W 1X7 TEL: 250-383-2356; FAX: 250-380-6560 WEBSITE: www.woodwardandcompany.com WHITEHORSE OFFICE: 201 - 3059 3RD AVENUE WHITEHORSE, YT Y1A 1E2 TEL: 867-633-5940 WEBSITE: www.woodwardandcompany.com ASSISTANT: SASHA WILLIAMS swilliams@woodwardandcompany.com our file: 6142 December 16, 2021 Via email (tentmountain@iaac-aeic.gc.ca) Impact Assessment Agency of Canada 22nd Floor, Place Bell 160 Elgin Street Ottawa ON K1A 0H3 Attention: Impact Assessment Agency of Canada, Reference #81436 Re: Ermineskin First Nation Comments on Tent Mountain Impact Assessment Act Thank you for your letter November 25, 2021, wherein the Impact Assessment Agency invited Ermineskin Cree Nation (“ECN”) to comment on key issues and initial concerns the ECN community has regarding the proposed Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment ...

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Attachment Guiding Questions - Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project Canadian Impact Assessment Registry File No.: 81436

  • Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project
  • Author: Samson Cree Nation submitted by Samson Cree Nation
  • Reference Number: 260
  • Submitted: 2021-12-17 - 6:55 PM
  • Project Phase: Planning
  • Participation Notice: N/A
  • Please see the attached file for Samson Cree Nation's response to the Guiding Questions for the Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project Canadian Impact Assessment Registry File No.: 81436. 
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  • Page 1 of 3 Attachment 1: Guiding Questions for this Comment Period Please respond by December 15, 2021 Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project Canadian Impact Assessment Registry File No.: 81436 The Agency encourages you to use the “Submit a Comment” feature on the Agency’s Registry website using reference number: 81436 Potential Effects and Impacts 1. Please identify any effects of the Project that are of concern to your community. Also please identify any effects that you are aware of that are not listed in the initial project description. Note: Information on effects and direct and incidental effects as well as effects within federal jurisdiction are defined in section 2 of IAA1. Samson Cree Nation (SCN) would like to communicate to the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (IAAC) that the Project will cause significant adverse effects to the environment, significant adverse effects to water quality and quantity, result in significant carbon ...

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Attachment Comments on the Initial Project Description on behalf of Aqisknuk

  • Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project
  • Author: MLT Aikins LLP submitted by Lori Pelletier
  • Reference Number: 259
  • Submitted: 2021-12-17 - 1:45 PM
  • Project Phase: Planning
  • Participation Notice: N/A
  • Please find attached the comments of Akisqnuk on Initial Project Description for the Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project.  Akisqnuk apologies for the slight delay in uploading its comments on the Project Description to the Portal. It experienced technical difficulties yesterday when it tried to do so and as such we are filing the attached submission on behalf of Akisqnuk.  Thank you in advance for your understanding and the consideration of its submission. 
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  • DocuSign Envelope ID: 05D72DCA-9BCB-4EC6-8DFF-78865AF1ED9F TAkisinuk First Nation 3050 Highway 93/95 Windermere, BC VOB 2L2 T: (250) 342-6301 F: (250) 342-9693 December 16, 2021 Impact Assessment Agency of Canada Prairie and Northern Region Canada Place — 1 145 - 9700 Jasper Avenue Edmonton, Alberta T5J 4C3 Attention: Mr. Greg Bosse Project Manager, Prairie and Northern Region Dear Sir: Re: Application for the Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project (the "Project") by Montem Resources Alberta Operations Ltd. ("Montem"): comments of 7Akisipiuk First Nation ("?Akisqnuk") on the Initial Project Description (the "IPD"). The purpose of this letter is to respond to the 1PD in respect of the Project submitted to the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (the "IAAC") by Montem. In this submission we will raise the concerns that ?Akisqnuk has with the Project in the context of the IPD. ?Akisqnuk has not yet had any direct communications with Montem about the Project ...

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Attachment Tent Mountain Should Be Subject to an Impact Assessment by a Joint Review Panel

  • Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project
  • Author: Alberta Wilderness Association submitted by Ian Urquhart
  • Reference Number: 249
  • Submitted: 2021-12-16 - 8:54 PM
  • Project Phase: Planning
  • Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public Comments Invited on a Summary of the Initial Project Description
  • Please see the attached pdf for Alberta Wilderness Association's comments of Montem Resources rather threadbare Initial Project Description. 
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  • "Defending Wild Alberta through Awareness and Action” 455 – 12 Street NW, Calgary, AB T2N 1Y9 Phone 403.283.2025 awa@abwild.ca www.AlbertaWilderness.ca December 16, 2021 Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project Impact Assessment Agency of Canada Canada Place 9700 Jasper Avenue, Suite 1145 Edmonton, Alberta T5J 4C3 Telephone: 780-495-2037 Email: tentmountain@iaac-aeic.gc.ca Dear IAAC officials: On behalf of Alberta Wilderness Association I write to comment on the Initial Project Description Montem Resources Alberta Operations Ltd. has submitted to the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada for the Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project. AWA is one of Alberta’s oldest conservation organizations. As our name suggests we are dedicated to the conservation of wilderness in Alberta and currently enjoy the support of more than 7,000 individuals. AWA hopes these comments, in the IAAC’s words, “will help the Agency prepare a summary of issues and inform ...

Attachment Concerns re Tent Mountain Coal Mine redevelopment and potential end-of-life renewable energy proposal

  • Tent Mountain Mine Redevelopment Project
  • Author: Calgary River Forum Society submitted by Bill Morrison
  • Reference Number: 240
  • Submitted: 2021-12-16 - 6:42 PM
  • Project Phase: Planning
  • Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public Comments Invited on a Summary of the Initial Project Description
  • Calgary River Forum Society (also known as Calgary River Valleys or CRV) is a not-for-profit environmental stewardship organization. We are a stakeholder in the South Saskatchewan River Basin and have participated in the development of government policies designed to safeguard water quality, water quantity, and biodiversity, including locally, regionally and through the full length of the watershed. Our organization does much of its work within Calgary’s rivers and creeks and adjacent riparian lands. We believe this proposed project by Montem Resources to redevelop the former Tent Mountain Coal Mine site requires a rigorous federal impact assessment by IAAC to ensure the impacts are minimized on the local and regionally-connected watersheds, the airsheds, and the local and migratory biodiversity in the region, including now and in the future. Our concerns are in three main categories. First, it is not clear what this project in fact is. The information posted ...

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