Fortune Minerals Meridian Lake - EA0405-003
Letter advises that the proposed work will impact fish populations at and near the development area.
Letter provides advice from both Environment Canada and the Canadian Wildlife Society regarding potential impacts of the proposed development at Meridian Lake, NWT
Letter states that the developer is unwilling to undergo an environmental assessment at this time.
Notice from the MVEIRB that the environmental assessment of the Meridian Lake development has been suspended and information on how the developer might reactivate it.
The preliminary screening report and subsequent referral to environmental assessment by the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board of the proposed Mineral Exploration at Meridian Lake by Fortune Minerals. Project was referred due to potential conflicts wi
Letter states that the environmental assessment of the Meridian Lake project has been cancelled.
Notification that the proposed development has been submitted for environmental assessment.
Form for interested parties who wish to be added to the distribution list for the proposed development at Meridian Lake, Akaitcho region, NWT
Letter expresses the high likelihood of significant archaeological sites within the development area.
Notification from the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board that the 180 day re-activation period for the environmental assessment of their land use permit (app. MV2004C0021) has expired.
General notification from the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board has put the environmental assessment of the proposed Meridian Lake exploration on hold.
Letter from Indian and Norther Affairs Canada to Mackenzie Valley Eniornment Impact Review Board indicating that they have reviewed the terms of reference and work plan for the Meridian Lake program and their comments.
Correspondence of people wishing to remain of the distribution list for the environmental assessment of Fortune Minerals Meridian Lake Mineral Exploration Project.
Letters between Monica Krieger, Wildlife, Lands & Environment Dept. Lutsel K'e First Nations and Martin Haefele Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board regarding the possible us of Traditional Knowledge during Environmental Assessment.
Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board requests a copy of Fortune Minerals response to being referred Environmental Impact Assessment.
Announcement that the Fortune Minerals Meridian Lake Project has been referred to Environmental Assessment on the basis of public concern.
Distribution Listing for The Meridian Lake program by fax number.
Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board's letter sent out with a draft of the terms of reference and work plan.
Fortune Minerals response to their incomplete land use permit. This file also includes their proposed Oil and Hazardous Material Spill Contingence Plan.
Letter from Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board accepting Fortune Minerals completed application for a land use permit and informing them about the review process.
Cover letter of Fortuen Minerals land use application, sent by the mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board to all reviewing parties.