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of Takla. All of the Chiefs are frustrated that the Hearings have already begun and we still do not ... Nation communities. “Our people don't believe it is possible to keep all that poison contained in ... wondering when the dam will fail and poison the rest of our water." "We must all work together for ...
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communities of Chile and Argentina. We left the letter at the radio station. "It will remain here for all ... the same latitude as the Province of San Juan. Just like you all, our lives and our environment depend ... with which these rogues operate, and, just like you all, we are not willing to let them continue ...
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million dry tonnes. Tailings will be pumped to the lake at 53 t/h of solids when operating. All process ... that all fish could be caught. If the lake to which it is planned to transfer fish has its own fish ...
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mines do not irreversibly damage the intricate web of life on which we all depend. We want to ensure ... in perpetuity Cover all costs of closing down and cleaning up mine sites Fully disclose information ... Territories, followed by Nunavut and Saskatchewan with its Fort-à-la-Corne activity, led all Canadian ...
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Resources (no date), p.21. Facts from the Public Record 1. Sacrificing ponds, rivers, wetlands—all important ... Newfoundland Department of Environment and Labour, and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans did not do all ...
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door to the destruction of other fish-bearing water bodies all across Canada. Mining companies have ... obligation to review alternative options for tailings management. "We reviewed all the public documents ... and associated wildlife, such as beavers, otters, and waterfowl, all of which will be poisoned. The ...
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All of these submissions protest the planned destruction of two lakes in Newfoundland by mine waste ...
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to the MMER amendments could set a precedent for using new lakes as tailings dumps all across Canada. ...