WATER EXPORT PROJECT
covert grand plan to export fresh water from Canada, first
revealed on this web site, to the United States and Mexico
continues to be implemented under the smokescreen description
of a clean energy project.
The scheme was first hatched in the 1960`s and successive Canadian governments have secretly tried to implement it due to widespread public opposition.
Click here to learn more about the Grand Plan to Loot Canada`s Water Ressource Wealth.
For Immediate Release 2012ENV0001-000144
Feb. 29, 2012
Ministry of Environment Government of Canada
Site C Clean Energy Project - Joint Agreement Issued
The final agreement specifies the process for conducting the review, outlines the joint review panel terms of reference and identifies the timelines associated with key steps of the co-operative process.
Following a 30-day public consultation period held in October 2011, comments received by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office were considered, and the agreement was finalized.
To view the final agreement or to obtain more information on this
project, consult the Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry at www.ceaa-acee.gc.ca, reference number 11-05-63919 or the B.C.
Environmental Assessment Office website at: www.eao.gov.bc.ca
The next steps in the review process include public consultation on the draft guidelines for the environmental impact statement (EIS) to be held in the spring of 2012. The guidelines provide direction to the proponent and identify the information that will be required in the EIS.
BC Hydro and Power Authority proposes to construct and operate a dam and 1,100-megawatt hydroelectric generating station on the Peace River in northeastern B.C. The proposed project would be the third in a series of dams on the B.C. portion of the Peace River. The project components are an earthfill dam 1,050 metres long and 60 metres high, an 1,100-megawatt generating station and associated structures, an 83-km long reservoir, realignment of four sections of Highway 29 and two 77-km transmission lines along an existing transmission line right-of-way connecting Site C to the existing provincial power grid.
The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency administers the federal environmental assessment process, which identifies the environmental effects of proposed projects and measures to
address those effects in support of sustainable development.
The British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office manages the provincial environmental assessment process, which examines major projects for potential environmental, economic, social, heritage and health effects that may occur during the lifecycle of a project and identifies strategies to prevent or reduce potential adverse effects.
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office
250 387 9745
Connect with the Province of B.C. at: www.gov.bc.ca/connect
agreed that henceforth they would become stewards of water for all of North American .
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Click here to read June 2010 Press Release by Western Canadian Premiers
A key agreement was the Flathead Lake Conservancy agreement that limiits furure indistrial development in the Flathead Lake corridor where according to the NAWAPA plan massive amounts of fresh water will be shunted down the Colorado River.
Click here to read more about NAWAPA and Flathead Lake