Screech Lake - EA0607-003

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Three letters received by MVEIRB from members of the public. All letters express a similar point of view; that the general area surrounding Screech Lake should be protected from any development.

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The MVEIRB has extended the public record for this EA until February 28, 2007.

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Letter from Areva Resources Canada on operations of uranium mining in Sasketchewan in response to presentations made at the public hearing in Lutsel K'e January 16-17, 2007

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Thirty three letters received by MVEIRB from members of the public. All letters express a similar point of view; that the general area surrounding Screech Lake should be protected from any development.

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Submission to previous EA of this project (EA0506-003) by Athabasca Denesuline. This submission was transferred after the scoping phase of the EA concluded.

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Mr. Jim Storey of The Great Canadian Adventure Company expresses concern over allowing any industrial development in the Thelon area and his support for efforts to protect the area.

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Maps submitted by the Athabasca Denesuline as part of their request for party status.

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The Review Board's response to the Athabasca Denesuline's request for party status and and explanation of steps taken to involve them in this EA.

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Athabasca Denesuline have written requesting party status for the Ur Enegy EA. They also express concern they have not been informed about the EA.

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The NWT Treaty 8 Tribal Corporation submitted this Memorandum of Understanding between the Lutsel K'e Dene First Nation and the Parks Canada Agency on exploring the feasibility of establishing a National Park at the East Arm of Great Slave Lake.

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Letter from NWT Treaty 8 Tribal Corporation to INAC regarding crown consultation in connection with the proposed Ur Energy mineral exploration development.

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Watching the Land: Cumulative Effects Assessment in the Denesohne Territory. Report from Lutsel K'e Dene First Nation to NWT CEAM Steering Committee and CARC, August 2001.

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E-mail between Deninu Kue First Nation and MVEIRB regarding the possibility of workshops on uranium exploration and mining.

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Submitted by UR Energy.

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Background information submitted by the Denesuline. This is a large file and is available upon request from the MVEIRB office.