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Project James Bay Lithium Mine Project

  • Location (100 kilometres east of James Bay, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80141
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-11
  • Galaxy Lithium (Canada) Inc. is proposing the construction, operation and decommissioning of an open-pit lithium mine located approximately 100 kilometres east of James Bay and the Eastmain Cree Village, in Quebec. As proposed, the James Bay Lithium Mine Project would have an estimated mine life of 15 to 20 years, and produce on average 5,480 tonnes of ore per day. The project would include an open-pit mine and concentrator facility, tailings, waste rock, ore and

Project Obashkaandagaang First Nation Water Treatment Project

  • Location (Obashkaandagaang First Nation, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80242
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-11
  • The Obashkaandagaang First Nation requires a new water treatment plant (WTP) and storage reservoir to replace the non-operating water treatment system currently in the community. The project will include installing a water intake pipe into the Lake of the Woods approximately 75 m off of the shore, a backwash outfall pipe approximately 95 m from the shore, constructing a new WTP building with below ground concrete reservoir and installing water service piping throughout the west end of the

Project Wharf Reconstruction - Little Grindstone, MB - Winter/Spring 2020

  • Location (Little Grindstone Harbour, Manitoba)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80254
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-11
  • Little Grindstone Harbour, Manitoba is located on the west shore of Lake Winnipeg in Hecla-Grindstone Provincial Park, and is approximately 48 km north of Riverton, MB. The harbour is an active commercial fishing facility under the administration of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Small Craft Harbours Branch (SCH). Small Craft Harbours Branch, (SCH) is proposing to undertake the reconstruction of the marginal wharf at Little Grindstone Harbour.  The scope of work includes the

Project Victoria Beach Harbour Manitoba - Routine Maintenance Dredging of Lake Winnipeg at Victoria Beach - Winter 2019

  • Location (Victoria Beach Harbour, Manitoba)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80253
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-10
  • Victoria Beach Harbour is located at the East end of Lake Winnipeg, approximately 100 km North of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The harbour is an active commercial fishing facility under the administration of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Small Craft Harbours Branch (SCH). Small Craft Harbours is proposing to undertake routine maintenance dredging at Victoria Beach Harbour.  The scope of this project includes maintenance dredging of the channel entrance. The proposed dredging will be done

Project Dauphin River Harbour Manitoba - Routine Maintenance Dredging of the Dauphin River at Lake Winnipeg - Winter 2019

  • Location (Dauphin River Harbour, Manitoba)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80251
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-10
  • Dauphin River Harbour is located at the West end of Lake Winnipeg at the mouth of the Dauphin River, approximately 330 km North of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The harbour is an active commercial fishing facility under the administration of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Small Craft Harbours Branch (SCH). Small Craft Harbours is proposing to undertake routine maintenance dredging at Dauphin River Harbour.  The scope of this project includes routine maintenance dredging of the harbour entrance

Project Arnes Harbour Manitoba - Routine Maintenance Dredging of the Drunken River at Lake Winnipeg - Winter 2019

  • Location (Arnes Harbour, Manitoba)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80250
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-10
  • Arnes Harbour is located at the West end of Lake Winnipeg at the mouth of the Drunken River, approximately 112 km North of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The harbour is an active commercial fishing facility under the administration of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Small Craft Harbours Branch (SCH). Small Craft Harbours is proposing to undertake routine maintenance dredging at Arnes Harbour.  The scope of this project includes routine maintenance dredging of the harbour channel and commercial

Project Poplar River Harbour Manitoba - Routine Maintenance Dredging of the Poplar River at Lake Winnipeg - Winter 2019

  • Location (Poplar River Harbour, Manitoba)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80252
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-10
  • Poplar River Harbour is located at the East end of Lake Winnipeg at the mouth of the Poplar River, approximately 135 km North of Bloodvien, Manitoba. The harbour is an active commercial fishing facility under the administration of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Small Craft Harbours Branch (SCH). Small Craft Harbours is proposing to undertake routine maintenance dredging at Poplar River Harbour.  The scope of this project includes routine maintenance dredging of the West side of the

Project Town of Smiths Falls Multi-Use Trail Widening

  • Location (Rideau Canal National Historic Site, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80249
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-10
  • The Town of Smiths Falls is proposing to rehabilitate and widen an existing trail in Smiths Falls Ontario, from the Beckwith Street Bridge on the Combined Lockstation grounds to a point approximately 400 m to the east. This is Phase 1 of the pathway expansion, with additional phases potentially coming in the future should funding become available. The trail follows the shoreline and crosses an existing pedestrian bridge over a small stream that inlets to the Rideau Canal. The existing trail is

Project Y Camp Prescribed Fire 2020

  • Location (Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80248
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-10
  • Parks Canada Fire Management Team in Waterton Lakes National Park has proposed the implementation of a prescribed fire in the Y Camp (Wishbone) area of the Park. The ecological objective of the fire is to reverse the trend of aspen tree encroachment onto what was historically Fescue Grassland and to restore the mean fire interval of 5 years to the Fescue Grassland and Aspen Parkland Ecoregions of the Park. The Fescue Grassland provides critical habitat for a variety of species in and outside of

Project Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan

  • Location (Parcel 1, Ontario) (Parcel 10) (Parcel 12) (Parcel 5A/C)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80243
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-10
  • The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (MBQ) Remediation Project ("the Project") includes the remediation of four areas of known contamination within the MBQ community. The four areas include: Parcel 1, Parcel 5A/C, Parcel 10 and Parcel 12. The Project will be completed in two phases: Phase I: the design of a remedial action plan and tender package by Dillon Consulting, followed by Phase II: the remediation activities which will be completed by external Contractors with oversight from

Project Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation 1993 Spill Remediation Project

  • Location (Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80203
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-09
  • Pembina Pipeline Corporation is proposing to remediate an area with confirmed residual petroleum hydrocarbon impacts located within a Pembina right-of way crossing Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation. The remedial plan is to excavate and transport contaminated soils for off-Site disposal at an approved licensed facility, backfill the excavation with clean, suitable fill material, complete surface reclamation and install a groundwater monitoring network.

Project Dismantling the Southeast and Southwest Esplanade footbridges

  • Location (Lachine Canal National Historic Site, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80246
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-09
  • Parks Canada would like to dismantle the Southeast and Southwest Esplanade footbridges. The purpose of the project is to remove the decks from both footbridges, remove the abutments from the Southeast footbridge, backfill the space under the footbridges and build a section of path on the embankment to maintain the bicycle link. For the Southeast Esplanade footbridge, the embankment will cover an area of approximately 63m2 and will be an extension of the rockfill bank already present on either

Project Campground Kiosk Install

  • Location (Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80245
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-09
  • This project will entail campground kiosk replacement in an established campground in North Saanich within Gulf Islands National Park Reserve. Work involves removing and replacing the structure and cement footing of the approximately 2m x 5m structure then replacing with new footing and structure. The new kiosk will incorporate culturally appropriate content, selected in consultation with local Nations, and will include Coast Salish carving(s). Equipment includes small excavator, cement mixer

Project Repair and stabilization work on wharf 49

  • Location (Port of Québec, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80244
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-09
  • At wharf  49 the work will replace broken steel ground anchors, redo welds on steel piles, and plug openings in the wharf façade. In addition, a concrete and rock berm will be put in place at the foot of wharf 49 to fill scours that have been caused by the jets of the ship's propellers, which cause the stability of the foot of the is threatened. The project is required as a result of various structural failures that occurred at wharf 49.

Project Addition of a shelter at Solitaire Lake

  • Location (La Mauricie National Park, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80241
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-08
  • A small autonomous (passive energy) shelter intended primarily for winter visitors will be built at La Mauricie National Park and will overlook one of the most stunning vistas of the Solitaire Lake Trail. The innovative and distinctive shelter will enhance visitor experiences in the area. The shelter will be built in a workshop and mounted on piles with mechanical anchors. The footprint will therefore be minimal. The shelter will have a square footage of approximately 100 square feet. It will

Project Sachigo Lake First Nation Wastewater Treatment Project

  • Location (Sachigo Lake First Nation, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80192
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-08
  • The Sachigo Lake First Nation has a facultative wastewater treatment lagoon which requires upgrading to meet the current and future organic and hydraulic loading from the community to design year 20. The existing lagoon cells will be combined into one primary cell, and a new storage cell will be constructed utilizing insitu and reworked soils from the site excavation. The lagoon would also require a new perimeter fence, intercell and discharge piping, a concrete spillway and rip rap stone. In

Project Sachigo Lake First Nation Water Treatment Project

  • Location (Sachigo Lake First Nation, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80196
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-08
  • The Sachigo Lake First Nation has a water treatment system which is nearing the end of it's usable life and requires updating/replacing to meet water demand in design year 20. The existing WTP building also requires updating, and repairs. A new Genset unit is also required as a backup source of power for the WTP in the event of a power failure in the community. New lift pumps will be installed in the raw water wet well.

Project Windigo Island Water Treatment Project

  • Location (Animakee Wa Zhing First Nation - Windigo Island, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80238
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-08
  • The Animakee Wa Zing First Nation community of Windigo Island requires a new water treatment plant (WTP) and storage reservoir to replace the exsiting water treatment system currently in the community. The project will include installing two new water intake pipes into the Lake of the Woods approximately 150 m off of the shore, a new reject water outfall pipe approximately 100 m into the lake, constructing a new WTP building adjacent to the existing WTP, installing above ground water reservoir

Project Grassy Mountain Coal Project

  • Location (Southwest Alberta, approximately 7 kilometres north of Blairmore, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment by Review Panel under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80101
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-08
  • Benga Mining Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Riversdale Resources Limited, is proposing to construct and operate an open-pit metallurgical coal mine near the Crowsnest Pass, approximately seven kilometres north of the community of Blairmore, in southwest Alberta. As proposed, the production capacity of the project would be a maximum of 4.5 million tonnes of clean coal per year, over a mine-life of about 25 years.

Project Couchiching Lock 42 and Bridge 56 Rehabilitation

  • Location (Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80189
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-07
  • Lock 42 The work involves installing cofferdam structures upstream and downstream of the lock, dewatering of the lock and approaches, removal of damaged concrete, concrete repair, landscaping upon project completion and related project activities such as creating staging areas and use of machinery. Lock work to take place in the fall/winter between navigation season - after the Thanksgiving weekend in October and prior to the Victoria Day weekend in May. Bridge 56 The project is a complete

Project G3 Terminal Vancouver Berth Pocket Obstruction Removals

  • Location (G3 Terminal, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80236
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-07
  • G3 Terminals is proposing to remove large angular rock obstructions from three locations in Burrard Inlet in the vicinity of the Vancouver Berth at G3 Terminals. The three identified rock obstructions will interfere with the transportation of marine vessels to and from the terminal berth and must be removed prior to terminal operations. The Project consists of using a clamshell bucket on a crane, supported by a spud barge to remove the rocks obstructions. Approximately 200 m3 of rock will be

Project Barge Loading Facility

  • Location (Coquitlam, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80240
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-07
  • The proponent, BD Hall Constructors Corp., plans to construct a shore-access barge loading facility on the north shore of the Fraser River at 2320 Rogers Avenue in Coquitlam, British Columbia. The purpose of the barge loading facility is to load barges with non-contaminated soil for disposal at sea with appropriate permits from Environment and Climate Change Canada. Barges will be up to 18 metres (58 feet) by 73 metres (240 feet) in size. The facility will also be used to import clean gravel.

Project Cates Park Foreshore Erosion Protection Project

  • Location (North Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80239
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-07
  • The District of North Vancouver proposes to protect the shoreline at Cates Park from further erosion by depositing sand and gravel on the intertidal foreshore. The materials would replace the previously imported materials which have been lost to erosion from wave action and would protect the upland shoreline and headland from further erosion. The sand and gravel would be brought to the site by truck and placed on the shoreline, from upland areas, using slinger trucks. Materials would be placed

Project Prince of Wales Hotel Fire Suppression System Upgrade

  • Location (Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80237
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-07
  • Pursuit Collection, the owner of the Prince of Wales Hotel, proposes to upgrade the existing fire suppression system by installing new infrastructure within the existing footprint in order to address leaking issues and to bring the infrastructure up to code. The upgrades will eliminate the water tower on the Prince of Wales Hill from the system. The project will involve excavation, trenching, installation of new water lines, backfilling, restoration and commissioning of the new line.

Project Supply and installation of a safety boom to prevent debris from entering the Lachine Canal water main.

  • Location (Lachine Canal National Historic Site, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80235
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-07
  • Parks Canada wishes to install a boom to prevent debris from entering the Lachine Canal water main. In addition to forming a barrier against debris that could cause damage to the water main, this measure will also secure its entrance in case a visitor falls into the water.

Project Bending Lake Iron Project

  • Location (49 kilometres southwest of Ignace, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80181
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-04
  • Ambershaw Metallics Inc., a subsidiary of Legacy Hill Resources, is proposing the construction, operation, decommissioning and abandonment of an open-pit iron ore mine and an on-site metal mill, located 49 kilometres southwest of Ignace, Ontario. As proposed, the Bending Lake Iron Project would have a 30- to 40-year mine life with an ore production capacity of 23,000 tonnes per day. The metal mill would have an ore input capacity of 25,000 tonnes per day.

Project Global Container Terminal Vanterm Maintenance Dredging

  • Location (Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80234
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-03
  • Global Container Terminal proposes to conduct maintenance dredging along Berths at the Vanterm facility, located at 1300 Stewart Street, Vancouver. The project consists of dredging an estimated 1,300 m3 from Berths 5 and Berth 6 using barge-mounted clamshell equipment. Dredged material will be loaded onto a flat barge and offloaded for upland disposal at an appropriately licensed facility. Run-off water will be collected in holding tanks on the barge, then tested or treated prior to discharge

Project Swan River First Nation Waste Diversion and Recycling Facility

  • Location (Swan River First Nation, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80233
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-03
  • Swan River First Nation is proposing a 1.05 ha Waste Diversion and Recycling Facility to be built in a partially cleared and disturbed area that has been used by the community of Kinuso as an unofficial waste dump for over a decade. The new Facility will provide infrastructure to support waste diversion and recycling of large, bulky, and construction demolition materials in the Swan River First Nation and surrounding region.

Project Pakesso Development

  • Location (Odanak, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80232
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-03
  • The purpose of the Pakesso Development is to create 26 additional lots in the Odanak Community, for a surface area of 31.05 ha. The project is located on an old retired railway right-of-way. The development will involve the extension of sanitary and storm sewer infrastructures as well as the water distribution system of the existing section of Pakesso street until Waban-Aki street. The development will also involve the construction of a road between the existing

Project Fort McMurray First Nation Water and Wastewater Infrastructure

  • Location (Fort McMurray First Nation, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80231
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-03
  • Fort McMurray First Nation is proposing new water and wastewater servicing infrastructure, suitable to provide water and sewage servicing for 600 people on the Fort McMurray #468 First Nation reserve. Potable water will be provided (as treated) by the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) via a service pipe (treatment is off reserve, by others). The project includes a new potable water reservoir and pumping station, new water distribution piping, new sewage collection

Project Pembina Pipeline Class Location Upgrade

  • Location (Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80229
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-02
  • Pembina Pipeline Corporation is proposing to complete a Class Location Upgrade on their existing pipeline as required by the Alberta Energy Regulator. Work includes installing a block valve and replacing old pipe with new heavy wall pipe. Depth of excavation for the work will be approximately 1.5m to 2.5m and 30m wide. A variety of heavy equipment will be used including excavators, dozers, side booms, hydrovac, welding trucks, HDD Rig and crew cabs. All work will be conducted on the existing

Project Webequie Supply Road Project

  • Location (McFaulds Lake area - Eastern limit, Ontario) (Webequie First Nation - Western limit)
  • Assessment Type: Planning Phase for Impact Assessment
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80183
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-02
  • Webequie First Nation is proposing the construction and operation, including maintenance, of a 107-kilometre all-season road connecting the Webequie Airport and the McFaulds Lake area in northern Ontario. The corridor would be approximately 35 metres in width in order to accommodate a two-lane gravel surface industrial supply road and could enable future infrastructure development such as transmission lines and broadband. As proposed, the Webequie Supply Road Project would connect Webequie

Project Marten Falls Community Access Road Project

  • Location (Marten Falls, Ontario) (Northern end of Painter Lake forestry road)
  • Assessment Type: Planning Phase for Impact Assessment
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80184
  • Last Modified: 2019-10-02
  • Marten Falls First Nation is proposing the construction and operation, including maintenance, of an all-season multi-use community access road approximately 140 to 250 kilometres in length, connecting the northern end of Painter Lake forestry road to the community of Marten Falls. Marten Falls is located at the junction of the Albany and Ogoki rivers, approximately 170 kilometres northeast of Nakina, Ontario. As proposed, the Marten Falls Community Access Road Project could

Project Seabin Installation at Main Street Dock

  • Location (Vancouver, British Columbia, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80227
  • Last Modified: 2019-09-30
  • Vancouver Fraser Port Authority Environmental Programs is proposing to install a Seabin at Main Street Dock in Vancouver, BC. The Project consists of installing metal brackets to the Main Street Dock using a hand drill, and connecting the Seabin to the brackets. The dimensions of the Seabin are 500 x 500 x 1800 mm and it weighs 55 kg. The Seabin acts as a floating garbage bin skimming the surface of the water by pumping water into the device. Water is sucked in from the surface and passes

Project St. Lawrence Fluorspar Marine Shipping Terminal Project

  • Location (Mine Cove, Little Lawn Harbour, Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80179
  • Last Modified: 2019-09-30
  • Canada Fluorspar (NL) Inc. is proposing the construction, operation, decommissioning and reclamation of a marine shipping terminal located in Mine Cove, Little Lawn Harbour, along the western border of the Town of St. Lawrence, Newfoundland and Labrador. As proposed, the St. Lawrence Fluorspar Marine Shipping Terminal Project would allow for the exportation of 200,000 tonnes of acid-grade fluorspar concentrate and 2 million tonnes of construction aggregate per year. The project

Project Construction of a Commercial Vehicle Laboratory

  • Location (Blainville, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80225
  • Last Modified: 2019-09-30
  • Transport Canada proposes to construct an additional building at the department's Motor Vehicle Test Centre (MVTC), located in Blainville, Quebec. The MVTC is a fully-enclosed/fenced, controlled access facility located on federal lands. The proposed two-story building will support the preparation and inspection of test vehicles, and will be constructed on currently developed land within the MVTC – specifically an existing flat gravel surface area used to store vehicles after they

Project Basadinaa - Crooked Lake Cottage Lots

  • Location (Shesheep IR 74A & Sakimay IR 74, Saskatchewan)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80223
  • Last Modified: 2019-09-30
  • The project area is comprised of the Designated Cottage Area within Shesheep IR 74A and Sakimay IR 74. The area is not a new development, but the renewal of leases on a previously developed cottage lot area. The scope of the project includes the continued construction (as applicable), operation and maintenance of a cottage and/or other dwellings (i.e. mobile home, camper trailer), on a cottage lot (residential/recreational lease) situated on Sakimay First Nation Reserve lands (the project). The

Project Regina Bay Water Treatment Project

  • Location (Animakee Wa Zhing First Nation - Regina Bay, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80221
  • Last Modified: 2019-09-26
  • The Animakee Wa Zing First Nation community of Regina Bay requires a new water treatment plant (WTP) and storage reservoir to replace the exsiting water treatment system currently in the community.The project will include installing a new water intake into the Lake of the Woods approximately 170 m off of the shore, a new reject water outfall pipe approximately 120 m into the lake, constructing a new WTP with a below ground reservoir, and installing water service piping throughout the community.

Project Culvert Replacement with Larger Diameter

  • Location (Elk Island National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80220
  • Last Modified: 2019-09-26
  • A new culvert needs to be installed on the boundary road north of Osten Lake Camping access on RR 205. The culvert has collapsed and completely rusted out and the site is currently flooded due to beaver activity and Strathcona County culvert failure on RR 205.Currently beavers have a deep run/washout through the boundary road making it impassable. The new culvert will be a larger diameter (600mm) due to the sizes that are currently kept in stock for replacements. The old culvert was 450mm. The

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