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Routine In-Water Works Project Along the Rideau Canal and the Trent-Severn Waterway

This report was declared by the Agency as a class screening report on December 6, 2006, following a public comment period held between July 26, 2006 and September 7, 2006.

The Agency acknowledged the commitment of the Parks Canada Agency to use the class screening report for the environmental assessment of all projects to fall within this class. The declaration of this report was effective until December 6, 2011.

Document List


Replacement Class Screening Report

Statement of Project   (January 1 to March 31, 2009)

Ontario  (18 projects)


  • 09-02-51845 Rehabilitation of Kars Bridge over Rideau river

Leeds and Grenville, United Counties of

Leeds and the Thousand Islands


  • 09-02-56604 Installation of 300 mm zero gravity sewer under Rideau River


  • 09-02-56415 Upgrading Falling Timber Shore Wall with Gabion Stone Backfill

North Crosby

  • 09-02-56410 Placing of Filter Cloth and Stone Along Shoreline


Rideau Lakes

  • 09-02-56561 Change top 4 rows of dock timber on left hand side of crib dock
  • 09-02-56417 Strengthen , raise and level boathouse.Addition of new sills and front doors.Repair Docks
  • 09-02-56409 Repairing Retaining Shoreline Wall
  • 09-02-56407 Removal of Deck and Skirting Boards and Cribbing Replacement
  • 09-02-56404 Replacing existing floating dock with new footer and shore connection
  • 09-02-54492 Removal of existing decaying docks
  • 09-02-54491 Placing of filter cloth and Gabion stone to stabilize shoreline

Smiths Bay

Smiths Falls

  • 09-02-54496 Install mooring buoy on existing cement anchor

South Frontenac

  • 09-02-56576 Installation of rip-rap and removal of rock at high water mark