The Agency invites the public and Indigenous groups to comment on the, which includes the Agency's conclusions and recommendations regarding the potential environmental effects of the project and their significance, the proposed mitigation measures, and the follow-up program.
The Agency also invites comments on thefor the project. Final conditions would become legally-binding on the proponents if the project is allowed to proceed.
This project has benefited from several public and Indigenous consultation opportunities. This is the final public comment period in the process.
Written comments in either official language will be accepted until January 3, 2020.
Comments can be submitted online by visiting theon the Canadian Impact Assessment Registry (reference number ). All comments received will be published online as part of the project file.
For more information on the project, the review process and alternative means of submitting comments, visit the Agency's website at.
Following the public comment period, the Environmental Assessment Report and potential environmental assessment conditions will be finalized and provided to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, along with comments received. The Minister will make a decision on whether the project is likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects.
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