Archived - Nunavik Marine Infrastructure- Kuujjuaraapik

Baie-d'Hudson (QC)

Reasons for a Federal Assessment
Project Description
Final Decision
Follow-up Program

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Reference Number

Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry: 05-01-17895

Environmental Assessment Type


Other Assessment Process

James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement Regime

Responsible or Regulated Authorities

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada

Reasons for a Federal Assessment

On February 23, 2005, it was determined that an environmental assessment was required in relation to the project because Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada considered providing financial assistance to the proponent.

Project Description (as posted in the Notice of Commencement)

The concept of the project is: Site 1; - a loading ramp for sealift and the community 30 m wide - a service area for sealift and the community of 2630 sq m. - an improved lighting system - a 75 m access road to connect to the existing road Site 4; - an access road to site 4 - a small parking area

Final Decision

A decision was taken on May 31, 2006 and was that the authority may exercise any power or perform any duty or function with respect to the project because, after taking into consideration the screening report and taking into account the implementation of appropriate mitigation measures, the authority is of the opinion that the project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects.

Follow-up Program

It was determined that a follow-up program to verify the accuracy of the environmental assessment and/or determine the effectiveness of any measures taken to mitigate the adverse environmental effects is required for this project. For further information or to obtain a copy of the follow-up program, please contact Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada.