Environmental Assessment

WCS Canada Comments - Marten Falls Community Access Road Project Assessment - August 2019
We are providing comments on the proposal by the Marten Falls First Nation to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency who are determining whether a federal environmental assessment is required for the designated project. We recommend that a federal assessment must be undertaken for this project, and that the federal Environmental Assessment Agency should use the Ring of Fire to complete a pilot regional assessment under the new Impact Assessment Act.
WCS Canada Comments - Webequie Supply Road Project Assessment - August 2019
We are providing comments on the proposal by Webequie First Nation to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency who are determining whether a federal environmental assessment is required for the designated project. We recommend that a federal assessment must be undertaken for this project, and that the federal Environmental Assessment Agency should use the Ring of Fire to complete a pilot regional assessment under the new Impact Assessment Act.
Joint Comment - Fulfilling commitments to restore lost environmental protections and credibility to environmental assessment processes - August 2019
Letter from WCS Canada and other organisations regarding the proposed regulations under the new Impact Assessment Act.
WCS Canada Comments - Environmental Assessment Act - May 2019
WCS Canada scientists provide comments on the Discussion Paper on Modernizing Ontario’s Environmental Assessment Program, Proposed Changes to the Environmental Assessment Act and and Schedule 6 of Bill 108
WCS Canada Comments – Review of Wataykineyap’s Transmission Line to Pickle Lake Amended Environmental Assessment – October 2018
WCS Canada responds to the invitation to comment on the amended environmental assessment of a new transmission line to Pickle Lake. Since we began to comment on the project in 2013, we have had concerns about the distinct lack of consideration for alternate routes, the criteria used for assessing potential impacts, and the assessment of cumulative effects. We are gravely concerned about not only this project in particular but also the EA process as it stands under Ontario’s environmental assessment program. The major issues are outlined herein and include; EA process, cumulative effects, caribou, and climate change.
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