C.S.P.P.: Outstanding Issues Regarding the Tulsequah Chief Project

webmaster : Jul 15.2004

Prepared for Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans by Amy Cook, Alaska/BC Program Coordinator, Center for Science in Public Participation (07.15.2004)

…Comments on fishery and water quality issues, the adequacy of the project assessment process, and financial assurances needed to protect the public interest from the risks and liabilities associated with using public funds to clean up long and short-term pollution from mine sites.

Download the CSPP Letter here [PDF]

Re: Forrest Kerr Hydroelectric Project: Notes on Meeting of Fisheries Technical Committee, November 1, 2002

webmaster : Nov 7.2002

Prepared by Adam Lewis, Fisheries Biologist/Principal Ecofish Research Ltd. November 7, 2002

Attention: David MacKinnon and Chris Zimmer

Dear Sir:

Further to the request of Chris Zimmer, I attended a meeting of the fisheries technical committee on November 1, 2002 and provide meeting notes and an interpretation of the next steps.


DFO to Redfern: Outstanding Issues Regarding Proposed Tulsequah Chief Project

webmaster : Jun 18.2002

Prepared for Mr. Terry Chandler, President, Redfern Resources Ltd., by Herb Klassen, Major Projects Review Unit, Canadian Department Fisheries and Oceans (06.18.2002)

Click here to download the DFO letter to Redfern [PDF]

TWA submission to the Project Committee reviewing the Tulsequah Chief Mine and Road Proposal

webmaster : Jan 7.2002

Prepared by Neil Townsend

To: Daphne Stancil, Project Assessment Director, Environmental Assessment Office.

Re: TWA submission to the Project Committee reviewing the Tulsequah Chief Mine and Road Proposal.

Dear Daphne,

This letter and the attached reports constitute the Transboundary Watershed Alliance submission to the Project Committee assessing the Tulsequah Chief Mine and Road Proposal. more>>