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CEAA: Local Access Road – Highway 58, Fox Lake and Garden River Project
April 19, 2007
Public Invited to Comment on the Environmental Assessment Report
The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) invites the public to comment on the conclusions, recommendations and any other aspect of the Comprehensive Study Report prepared for the proposed Local Access Road – Highway 58, Fox Lake and Garden River project in Fox Lake, Alberta. Public comments received by May 17, 2007 will be considered.
The project proposes construction of an all-season public highway that will be more than 50 km in length and will either be located on a new right-of-way or will lead to a community that lacks all-season public highway access.
Interested persons or groups are invited to send their remarks, in the official language of their choice, to:
Paul Schafer Project Analyst Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency 160 Elgin Street, 22nd floor Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H3 Phone: 613-948-1786
Note: All comments received will become part of the public registry.
The Comprehensive Study Report is available on the Agency’s Web site at www.ceaa-acee.gc.ca . The public may also consult the report in the following centers:
High Level Library
9907, 100th avenue
High Level, AB
Fort Vermilion Community Library
5103 River Road
Fort Vermilion, AB
Fort Chipewyan – Wood Buffalo National Park
124 Mackenzie Ave.
Fort Chipewyan, AB
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
10237-104 Street N.W.
Revillon Building, Suite 100
Fort Smith Library
170 McDougal Rd
Fort Smith, NWT
The report was prepared by the two responsible authorities for this project, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and Parks Canada, in accordance with the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act and submitted to the federal Minister of the Environment and the Agency.
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