Ksi Lisims LNG - Natural Gas Liquefaction and Marine Terminal Project

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Attachment Administrator on behalf of Kitselas First Nation

2021-09-17 0:00
  • Reference Number 22
  • Commented During Project Phase: Planning
  • Commented On Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public Comments Invited on a Summary of the Initial Project Description
  • Kitselas First Nation Comments on the Initial Project Description and Substitution Request
  • Please find Kitselas’ comments on the Ksi Lisims IPD, attached.   With respect to the substitution request, Kitselas supports a substituted assessment process. We would like to note that in addition to seeking and incorporating expertise from DFO, Transport Canada, and the Canadian Coast Guard (as mentioned in the Substitution Request Letter), Kitselas also expects that the Environment and Climate Change Canada and Health Canada will participate in the Environmental Assessment.
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  • Kitselas Lands and Resources Department 2225 Gitaus Road, Terrace, BC V8G 0A9 P: (778) 634-3517  www.kitselas.com September 17, 2021 BC Environmental Assessment Office 836 Yates Street Victoria, BC V8W 1L8 ATTN: Fern Stockman, Project Assessment Director RE: Ksi Lisims LNG Initial Project Description Kitselas has reviewed the Ksi Lisims LNG Project Initial Project Description (IPD) and has provided several comments, below. Initial Project Description Section Topic Kitselas First Nation Comment Executive Summary Environmental Benefits To conclude that the Project will create “global environmental benefits” is premature and somewhat disingenuous, as it suggests an overall net benefit to the environment. Given the proposed Project lifespan of 30+ years, it may help Asian governments reach climate targets in the short-term, but over the long-term (i.e., the lifespan of the Project), the combustion of LNG as opposed to renewable energy will ...

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Attachment Administrator on behalf of Indigenous Services Canada

2021-08-30 0:00
  • Reference Number 12
  • Commented During Project Phase: Planning
  • Commented On Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public Comments Invited on a Summary of the Initial Project Description
  • Indigenous Services Canada Federal Authority Advice Record - Ksi Lisims LNG - Natural Gas Liquefaction and Marine Terminal Project
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  • ATTACHMENT: Federal Authority Advice Record Response due by August 30, 2021. Please submit the form to: KsiLisimsLNG@iaac-aeic.gc.ca Ksi Lisims LNG - Natural Gas Liquefaction and Marine Terminal Project – Nisga'a Nation, Rockies LNG Limited Partnership and Western LNG LLC Agency File: 005806 Department/Agency Indigenous Services Canada Lead IA Contact Anik Guertin Full Address 10 Wellington Street, Gatineau, Quebec, K1A 0H4 Email anik.guertin@canada.ca Telephone 613-297-3730 Alternate Departmental Contact Candice Remillard-Scott candice.remillard-scott@canada.ca / Danielle Jeddore danielle.jeddore@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? Indigenous Services Canada is not responsible for approving or issuing licences, permits or authorizations for the assessments of large, proposed projects. 2. Is ...
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  • ISC: Comments on Ksi Lisims LNG Initial Project Description 1 | P a g e Ksi Lisims LNG The following comments have been provided by Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) regarding the Initial Project Description (IPD) for the Ksi Lisims LNG proposed by Nisga’a Nation, Rockies LNG LP and Western LNG LLC. Manager: Name: Email: Anik Guertin anik.guertin@canada.ca Project Officer(s): Name: Email: Candice Remillard-Scott candice.remillard-scott@canada.ca Danielle Jeddore danielle.jeddore@canada.ca Comment #: Page #: Section: Original: Suggested Amendment: ISC-01 Viii Regulatory and Policy Content General Comment It may be of importance to elaborate a bit more on how the Proponent(s) will work towards achieving the goals set out by the First Nations Climate Initiative. What steps will be taken in order to ensure goals are met/on track? ISC-02 2 1.0 Introduction The actual power transmission line connection from the BC Hydro ...

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Attachment Kikila Perrin

2021-08-11 14:04
  • Reference Number 7
  • Commented During Project Phase: Planning
  • Commented On Participation Notice: Public Notice - Public Comments Invited on a Summary of the Initial Project Description
  • Ksi Lisims LNG comments
  • It's not like me to write something like this to folx like you. That this project is being considered tells me that the focus of the provincial government is simply the status quo. even the bureaucrat reading this. that you aren't quitting your job over stuff like this tells me that you are comfortable with what's going on. with the fires (caused by climate change and settler modification of ecosystems), and the many residential school murders being revealed (they're more connected than maybe you think off hand, but they are), the idea of entertaining applications that focus on the continued economic development of fossil fuels and other global warming resources makes little sense to me. My only direct comment is that you ought not to approve this plan. it's another waste of money to continue the up and down cycle for a system of production that isnt sustainable and even isn't advisable. if you're reading this you probably are privileged enough to hold a ...
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  • Hall, B.L. and Tandon, R. (2017) ‘Decolonization of knowledge, epistemicide, participatory research and higher education’. Research for All, 1 (1), 6–19. DOI 10.18546/RFA.01.1.02. Decolonization of knowledge, epistemicide, participatory research and higher education Budd L. Hall* and Rajesh Tandon – Co-Holders, UNESCO Chair in Community-Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education, School of Public Administration, University of Victoria, Canada and the Society for Participatory Research in Asia Abstract This article raises questions about what the word ‘knowledge’ refers to. Drawn from some 40 years of collaborative work on knowledge democracy, the authors suggest that higher education institutions today are working with a very small part of the extensive and diverse knowledge systems in the world. Following from de Sousa Santos, they illustrate how Western knowledge has been engaged in epistemicide, or the killing of other knowledge systems. ...

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