Notice of Determination

Ottawa, Ontario – April 8, 2022  Public Services and Procurement Canada and the National Capital Commission have determined that the proposed project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects with the application of all recommended mitigation measures.

This determination was based on consideration of the following factors:

  • impacts on rights of Indigenous peoples
  • comments received from the public
  • technically and economically feasible mitigation measures
  • the components of the environment that are within the legislative authority of Parliament identified in the "Definitions" section of the Impact Assessment Act (2019)

Mitigation measures will be implemented to address potential adverse effects on the following components of the environment:

  • migratory birds
  • species at risk
  • groundwater
  • surface water
  • soil quality
  • air quality
  • vegetation
  • human health
  • archaeological resources
  • paleontological resources

After reviewing the comments received and conducting an internal review of effects, Public Services and Procurement Canada and the National Capital Commission are satisfied that the implementation of the project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects, as long as all mitigation measures are applied. Therefore, the proponent may carry out the project in whole or in part.

For questions or requests, please contact The Ottawa Hospital at info@newcivicdevelopment.ca.

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