Ajax mine project : joint federal comprehensive study/provincial assessment report.: En106-160/2017E-PDF
“KGHM Ajax Mining Inc. proposes to construct, operate and decommission an open pit copper and gold mine adjacent to the southern limits of the City of Kamloops in British Columbia. The Ajax Mine Project would process up to 65,000 tonnes of ore per day over an operating mine life of up to 23 years. The joint federal Comprehensive Study/provincial Assessment Report presents the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) and the BC Environmental Assessment Office’s (EAO’s) analysis and findings on whether the Ajax Mine Project is likely to cause significant adverse effects, taking into account the implementation of mitigation measures and the EAO’s proposed Environmental Assessment Certificate conditions. The joint federal Comprehensive Study/provincial Assessment Report also describes the Agency and EAO’s joint and individual consultation activities with Indigenous groups, and provides an assessment of the seriousness of impacts from the Ajax Mine Project on the Aboriginal Interests (i.e. Asserted or established Aboriginal rights, including title) of each group"--Executive summary, p. iii.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada.Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency. |
British Columbia.Environmental Assessment Office.
|Title||Ajax mine project : joint federal comprehensive study/provincial assessment report.|
|Variant title||Joint federal comprehensive study/provincial assessment report – Ajax mine project|
|Other language editions||[French]|
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|Note(s)|| Condensed version of report also issued in French under title: Projet de mine Ajax : rapport conjoint d’étude approfondie fédérale et d’évaluation provinciale pour le projet de mine Ajax. |
Includes bibliographical eferences.
|Publishing information||[Ottawa] : Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, 2017.|
|Description||xii, 447 p. : col. maps|
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|Subject terms||Mining industry, Environmental impact assessment|
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