Prairie Creek Mine - EA0809-002
Document List - Other public registry materials
This is a submission to the Review Board from Larry Swartz of Fort Simpson on the Prairie Creek Mine.
This is a power point presentation attached to the Chamber of Commerce July 4, 2011 letter of support for the project.
This is a letter of support for the Prairie Creek Mine from the NWT Chamber of Commerce describing the economic opportunities of the project.
This is a letter from Dehcho Regional Helicopters with their view on the Prairie Creek Mine environmental assessment.
This is a letter from the Village of Fort Simpson in support of Canadian Zinc Corporation's Prairie Creek Mine.
This is a letter from Kirby Groat, President of Deh Cho Suites in Fort Simpson on the Prairie Creek Mine.
This is a letter from Dehcho First Nations to the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board that seeks clarification on the Land Use Permit for the existing winter road.
This document is an updated list of organizations that have been granted party status in the environmental assessment of the Prairie Creek Mine.
This is a letter from Liidlii Kue First Nation requesting party status in the Prairie Creek Mine environmental assessment.
This document contains minutes from a meeting between representatives from Nahanni Butte Dene Band, Canadian Zinc Corporation, Government of Northwest Territories and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada on the Prairie Creek Mine access road.
This document contains minutes from a meeting on June 11, 2010 between Canadian Zinc Corporation, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Environment Canada, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Parks Canada and Nahanni Butte Dene Band.
This document was submitted by Canadian Zinc Corporation and consists of meeting minutes June 10, 2010 between Nahanni Butte Dene Band and Canadian Zinc Corporation as well as presentation materials.
This document contains minutes from a meeting between the Government of Northwest Territories and Canadian Zinc Corporation on socio-economic impacts of the proposed Prairie Creek mine.
Letter from Parks Canada outlining implications of the expanded boundaries for Nahanni National Park Reserve on the proposed operation of Prairie Creek Mine. A map is included.
This document presents the CVs of Hatch Ltd. personnel engaged by the Review Board in the environmental assessment of the Prairie Creek Mine.
This letter is a notification that the Review Board has engaged Hatch Ltd. for the provision of expertise during the environmental assessment of the Prairie Creek Mine.
Letter from Review Board in response to Sept 9th correspondence from Canadian Zinc on whether proposed winter road re-alignments are within the scope of the Terms of Reference for EA0809-002
This document from the Nahanni Butte Dene Band, is a Traditional Knowledge Assessment Addendum Report of the Prairie Creek Mine Operation, with confidential portions (pages 10-27) removed.
Notification of Nahanni Butte Dene Band Traditional Knowledge Assessment Report and portions of the Report to be held under confidential cover
A letter in response to a request from the Nahanni Butte Dene Band to formally except a TK assessment Addendum Report while keeping portions of it confidential.
A letter from Canadian Zinc Corporation requesting that the Review Board consider whether proposed winter road re-alignments are withiin the scope of Terms of Reference for EA 0809-002
Letter from Nahanni Butte Dene Band commenting on Fort Simpson Chamber of Commerce presentation and a request to the Review Board to consider keeping portions of a traditional knowledge assessment confidential.
Presentation submitted by the NWT Chamber of Commerce on behalf of the Fort Simpson Chamber of Commerce regarding positive economic impacts from the Prairie Creek Mine.
This document provides a brief description of the Review Board tour of the Prairie Creek minesite on July 16, 2009. Review Board members and staff visited the site for the purposes of the environmental assessment of Canadian Zinc's proposed Prairie Creek mine.
Notice from the Review Board of Chuck Hubert as new lead Environmental Assessment Officer on this file.
The following document is a letter from the Review Board to Canadian Zinc Corporation regarding a site visit to the Prairie Creek Mine site, and responding to a June 22, 2009 letter from Canadian Zinc Corporation.
Request from Canadian Zinc Corporation to give a presentation to the Review Board about the Prairie Creek Mine application at some future date, and invitation for a site visit.
Correspondence from the Review Board to Environment Canada and GNWT regarding notification pursuant to section 79 of the federal Species of Risk Act, identifying species at risk that may be adversely impacted by the proposed Prairie Creek Mine.
A note to file from the Review Board indicating a removal of documents from (Request for Ruling)rfr#32. A table is attached as to where to find the removed documents which are already on the registry.
Letter to the Review Board from Chief Gerald Antoine from the DFN clarifying statements made regarding the position of the DFN and the relationship with Ecojustice.
Note to file regarding phone correspondence with Chief Gerald Antoine from the DFN regarding statements questioning the position of the DFN.
A letter to the Review Board from Liidlii Kue First Nations, Chief Kenya Norwegian, regarding correspondence from Ecojustice in the Prairie Creek Mine Environmental Assessment on behalf of the Dehcho First Nations.
Correspondence from Chief Fred Tesou of the Nahanni Butte Dene Band to the Review Board clarifying the letter of consultant Joe Acorn submitted to the Review Board on December 10, 2008.
Correspondence from Joe Acorn, environmental and regulatory consultant to the Nahanni Butte Dene Band, to Review Board staff concerning Canadian Zinc Corporation letter of November 3, 2008 to Review Board. Letter sent on behalf of Nahanni Butte Dene Band
Press Release for a Memorandum of Understanding between Nahanni Butte Dene Band and Canadian Zinc Corporation regarding the proposed Prairie Creek Mine operation. This agreement was signed off on October 28, 2008.This was issued by the NBDB.
A press release sent from CZN regarding the MOU signed Novemeber 4, 2008 between Nahanni Butte Dene Band and the Developer.
A copy of the Memorandum of Understanding between Canadian Zinc Corporation and the Parks Canada Agency regarding the expansion of the Nahanni National Park Reserve and the development of the Prairie Creek Mine. Signed July 29, 2008. Submitted by Canadian
Open Prairie Creek Mine site visit invitation from Canadian Zinc Corporation to the Review Board dated September 2, 2008.