CanTung Mine Water License Renewal - EA02-003

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re: Comments on proposed mine development on the border of the Nahanni National Park.

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Re: NATC seeking order from NWT Supreme Court to abolish MVLWB referral of application to EA. Legal counsel wants confirmation that EA proces will be stopped until judicial review hearing is complete.

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Review Board letter to North American Tungsten's legal counsel about adjourning the environmental assessmnent

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Email exchange between Dough Beckett and MVEIRB regarding legal challenge

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Ft. Simpson seeks flight subsidy for increased Deh Cho resident participation in mine since current mine is dependent on main road going through Yukon.

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Re: screening decision for NATC EA to renew the type "A" Water Licence, memo dated April 5, 1995.

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The court supported the findings of the Land and Water Board and did not grant the stay of execution.

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Request for stay of referral for EA pending NATC appeal of Supreme Court decision to dismiss their application.

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Board decision to deny request for stay of EA

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Letter to distribution list indicating that the office has the following supporting documents: affidavit, Reasons for Decision by the MVLWB, past corresponsdence between NATC and MVEIRB regarding EA and Draft terms of reference and workplan.

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Re: application for a stay of EA

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Response from INAC - Environment Directorate, Yukon Region on MVEIRB query. Cantung will not trigger DIAND involvement in the Yukon region for CEAA classical land, funding or regulatory triggers.

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NWT Court of Appeal transcript of the Ruling Granting a Stay of Execution of EA

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The NWT Court of Appeal stayed the Review Board's decision. The development was grandfathered under s.157 (1) of the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act.

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MVEIRB's notice that the environmental assessment has been adjourned pending a judgement from the NWT Supreme Court.