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2014-12-19 0:00
  • Reference Number 243
  • Letter from the Fort McKay First Nation to the Joint Review Panel regarding support to delay pre-hearing proceedings until a methodology for assessing effects to Aboriginal culture and heritage is defined through the collaborative Shell and community approach
  • Letter from the Fort McKay First Nation to the Joint Review Panel regarding support to delay pre-hearing proceedings until a methodology for assessing effects to Aboriginal culture and heritage is defined through the collaborative Shell and community approach
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  • Working for a Better Tomorrow Fort McKay Sustainability Department P.O. Box 10, Eagle Ridge PO Fort McMurray, Alberta T9K 2Y4 Fort McKay First Nation Our File No. INDU-0805-0604-0206 December 19, 2014 Pierre River Mine Project - Joint Review Panel Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency 160 Elgin Street, 22nd Floor Place Bell Canada Ottawa, ON K1A 0H3 email: Carolyn.Dunn@ceaa-acee.gc.ca Attention: Alex Bolton, Joint Review Panel Chairman c/o Caroline Dunn, Crown Consultation Coordinator Dear Mr. Bolton: Re: Support to delay pre-hearing proceedings until a methodology for assessing effects to Aboriginal culture and heritage is defined through the collaborative Shell and community approach. The Fort McKay Sustainability Department is writing to you on behalf of the Community of Fort McKay, including the Fort McKay First Nation and the Fort McKay Métis Community with regards to Shell’s ongoing work to developing a ...

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2013-10-16 0:00
  • Reference Number 194
  • From Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN) to Shell Canada Limited re: Use of ACFN Traditional Knowledge in Shell's responses to the Panel's supplementary information requests in Appendix 2.0, Appendix 3.8, and Appendix 7.0 (see Reference Document Number 191)
  • From Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN) to Shell Canada Limited re: Use of ACFN Traditional Knowledge in Shell's responses to the Panel's supplementary information requests in Appendix 2.0, Appendix 3.8, and Appendix 7.0 (see Reference Document Number 191)
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2013-07-4 0:00
  • Reference Number 187
  • From Minister of Environment to Acting Chairman of the Energy Resources Control Board (ERCB) re: Coming into force of the Responsible Energy Development Act, the repealing of the ERCB and creation of the Alberta Energy Regulator (see Reference Document Number 186)
  • From Minister of Environment to Acting Chairman of the Energy Resources Control Board (ERCB) re: Coming into force of the Responsible Energy Development Act, the repealing of the ERCB and creation of the Alberta Energy Regulator (see Reference Document Number 186)
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  • Minister of the Environment Ministre de I'Environnement Ottawa, Canada K1 A OH3 JUL 0 4 2013 Mr. Brad McManus Acting Chairman Energy Resources Conservation Board 250 5 Street SW, Suite 1000 Calgary AB T2P OR4 Dear Mr. McManus: Thank you for your letter of June 12, 2013, concerning the coming into force of the Alberta Responsible Energy Development Act (the Act) and the associated implications for the ongoing panel review of the proposed Jackpine Mine Expansion Project. I understand that, as outlined in your letter, under the terms of the Act and its Transition Regulation, the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) will replace the Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) and will assume all of the ERCB's powers, duties and functions under Alberta's energy resource enactments, which includes the Joint Review Panel Agreement (the Agreement) for the proposed project. As a signatory to the Agreement for the proposed project, I agree with the AER assuming the ERCB's ...

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