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Tilbury Phase 2 LNG Expansion Project

About this comment period
Indigenous peoples, stakeholders and the public more broadly want to be aware of, and have the opportunity to be involved earlier in, project planning activities. We agree that assessments should begin with a planning phase that occurs before project design elements are finalized in order to develop effective engagement strategies and foster greater collaboration between proponents, Indigenous peoples, stakeholders, the public and the government. We must also work together so that early engagement provides clarity and certainty to support efficient review processes.
From 2020-09-16 to 2020-10-16 No related documents for this period.
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About this comment period

Indigenous peoples, stakeholders and the public more broadly want to be aware of, and have the opportunity to be involved earlier in, project planning activities. We agree that assessments should begin with a planning phase that occurs before project design elements are finalized in order to develop effective engagement strategies and foster greater collaboration between proponents, Indigenous peoples, stakeholders, the public and the government. We must also work together so that early engagement provides clarity and certainty to support efficient review processes.

We accept comments on all aspects of the project. In addition, the Government of British Columbia has requested that the conduct of the federal impact assessment process be substituted to the province. The Agency is also seeking comments from the public and Indigenous groups on this request.

The following questions may also be helpful in guiding your comments to the Agency.

  1. What is your interest in the Tilbury Phase 2 LNG Expansion Project?
  2. How do you think the Tilbury Phase 2 LNG Expansion Project could affect you as an individual either positively or adversely?
  3. How do you think the Project could affect your community, either positively or adversely?
  4. Is there any specific knowledge (history, environment, social, economic, etc.) you would like to share about your community that may be relevant to the assessment of the project?
  5. Are there any positive or adverse effects on the natural environment or on health, social or economic conditions that you think may occur as a result of the Project that are important to you or your community and that should be considered in an impact assessment?
  6. Are there any other issues related to the assessment of this project that are important to you or your community that you would like to share?
  7. The impact assessment process includes several opportunities for the public to participate through various means, for example in person or online. How would you prefer to participate throughout the assessment process?
  8. Are you aware of any challenges facing you or your community that may prevent people from accessing public participation opportunities regarding the Tilbury Phase 2 LNG Expansion Project (e.g. language, economic, geographical, technological, other factors)?
From 2020-06-01 to 2020-07-16
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News Release - Public Comments Invited (0 MB) 2020-06-01
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