Crab Lake Mineral Exploration - EA0708-005

Document List - Assessment/review startup

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This letter confirms that the Review Board has granted party status to the groups that requested it.

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Proposed agenda and details for a draft workplan information meeting / teleconference for EAs of Uravan Minerals Boomerang Lake South and North, and Bayswater Uranium El Lake and Crab Lake proposed mineral exploration programs.

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Bayswater Crab Lake mineral exploration project description, including maps of project area

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A request from Bayswater Uranium Corporation for an extension of the December 17 deadline to submit a project description summary, to January 18, 2008, for the Crab Lake mineral exploration program.

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Acceptance letter from the Review Board allowing Bayswater Uranium until January 18, 2008 to submit a Project Description Summary.

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A request from the Review Board for the developer to provide a concise project description and overview of the existing environment around the Crab Lake mineral exploration program, in advance of the issuance of a scoping questionnaire by the Review Board

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A resolution passed by the Fort Resolution Metis Council on November 14, 2007, opposing all uranium related activity in their traditional territory.

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Comments from Bayswater Uranium, expressing no opinion on how to structure EAs 0708-004 (E1 Lake) or 0708-005 (Crab Lake).

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A consolidation by the Review Board of the responses received to the Oct. 3, 2007 "Call for Comments" on how to structure the four uranium exploration EAs currently ongoing. Comments from 12 organizations and individuals received.

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The response addresses the issue of how to most effectively run four separate EA's in the Upper Thelon Basin. Comments include preference for separate public hearings for each developer, evidence transfer from the Ur Energy public record and a Terms of Re

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Comments include support for a resource development and conservation plan for the Thelon Basin as a prerequisite for further mineral development in the area and concerns regarding consultation and the lack of benefits for the Athabasca Denesuline.

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The response addresses the issue of how to most effectively run four separate EA's in the Upper Thelon Basin. One of the recommendations by the DKFN is to apply First Nations evidence gathered from the UR-Energy project to the four upcoming environmenta

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The response addresses the issue of how to most effectively run four separate EA's in the Upper Thelon Basin. The recommendations by Environment Canada include the transfer of evidence from the UR-Energy EA and developer specific public hearings.

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Response includes the support of evidence transfer from the UR Energy file and separate hearings for each developer, and separate Terms of Reference for each EA.

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The response includes support for the transfer for UR Energy file information subject to party identification of relevant material, the deferment of an EA process until adequate progress occurs for a land and resource management plan in the Upper Thelon B

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The Government of the Northwest Territories response to the MVEIRB's request for comments on how to most effectively run four separate EAs in the Upper Thelon Basin.

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The Northwest Territory Metis Nation's response to MVEIRB's request for comments on the issue of how to most effectively run four separate EA's in the Upper Thelon Basin.

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This document dated October 24, 2007, provides the World Wildlife Fund's comments on how to structure the four ongoing Upper Thelon EAs. Provided late with Review Board staff apologies.

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Response to MVEIRB's request for comments on the issue of how to most effectively run four separate EA's in the Upper Thelon Basin.

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Response to MVEIRB's request for comments on the issue of how to most effectively run four separate EA's in the Upper Thelon Basin.

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Response from Alex Hall of CanoeArctic, to MVEIRB's request for comments on the issue of how to most effectively run four separate EA's in the Upper Thelon Basin.

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Document identifying different options for the conduct of the four EAs currently underway on projects in the Upper Thelon River basin. Deadline for comments is Nov. 2, 2007. PLEASE NOTE: INTERESTED PARTIES SHOULD ONLY REPLY ONCE TO THIS REQUEST FOR C

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Notification from MVEIRB that Alistair MacDonald will be the lead EAO on each of the environmental assessments occuring around uranium exploration in the Akaitcho territory - EAs 0708-002 through 0708-005.

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Notice from MVEIRB to Gordon Davidson, Vice President Exploration, Bayswater Uranium Corporation, that the proposed Crab Lake exploration program (land use permit application MV2007C0009) has been referred to environmental assessment by the Mackenzie Vall

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Letter from the MVEIRB to a distribution list of groups potentially interested in participating in the Crab Lake environmental assessment, noting that an EA has been started on this file, with a form for interested groups to fill out in order to stay on t