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  • Contact | Watay Power
    to meet community and stakeholder expectations Please utilize the form to get in touch with us Your name Your e mail address Subject Message Copyright 2012 Wataynikaneyap Power All rights reserved Powered by K Net Secondary links Feedback Log in

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/contact (2016-04-29)
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  • User account | Watay Power
    address K NET SERVICE DESK If you need any assistant in accessing your website Please contact KNet Service Desk Keewaytinook Okimakanak K Net K Net Service Desk Box 1439 115 King Street Sioux Lookout ON P8T 1B9 Tel 807 737 1135 Toll Free 877 737 KNET 5638 servicedesk lists knet ca http servicedesk knet ca Copyright 2012 Wataynikaneyap Power All rights reserved Powered by K Net Secondary links Feedback Log

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/user/password (2016-04-29)
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  • Documents & Reports | Watay Power
    alternatives Ignace to Pickle Lake east through the Mishkeegogamang First Nation Reserve and Ignace to Pickle Lake west around the Mishkeegogamang First Nation Reserve The EA will determine the potential environmental effects for all three corridors A routing analysis will compare the three corridors using the results of the EA as well as cost and constructability and technical criteria This analysis will identify a preferred corridor for the transmission line

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/28 (2016-04-29)
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  • Events | Watay Power
    would like to join our EA distribution list for updates let us know through one of our contact form Copyright 2012 Wataynikaneyap Power All rights reserved Powered by K Net Secondary links Feedback Log in Main Home About Us Project

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/27 (2016-04-29)
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  • Wataynikaneyap Submits Amended Final Terms of Reference | Watay Power
    Aboriginal groups and traditional land based rights holders since submission of the Final ToR in May 2013 including a 30 day review period from April to May 2014 on a Draft Amended ToR In response to comments regarding focussing the environmental assessment EA on a preferred corridor Wataynikaneyap made the decision to unfocus the EA and to include two additional corridor alternatives in the EA process Once this decision was made by Wataynikaneyap the Final ToR and accompanying appendices were amended to unfocus the EA and assess and evaluate the preliminary proposed corridor and corridor alternatives which are the following the preliminary proposed corridor Dinorwic east of Dryden to Pickle Lake and two corridor alternatives Ignace to Pickle Lake east through the Mishkeegogamang First Nation Reserve and Ignace to Pickle Lake west around the Mishkeegogamang First Nation Reserve The environmental assessment will determine the potential environmental effects for all three corridors A final routing analysis will compare the three corridors using the results of the effects assessment as well as cost and constructability and technical criteria This analysis will identify a preferred corridor for the transmission line Wataynikaneyap is committed to continue to engage agencies interested persons including First Nation

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/202 (2016-04-29)
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  • Wataynikaneyap Updates Financial Feasibility Study for the Grid Connection of Remote First Nations Communities | Watay Power
    The updated Financial Feasibility Study reflects the addition of five communities Deer Lake First Nation Poplar Hill First Nation North Spirit Lake First Nation Keewaywin First Nation and McDowell Lake First Nation With the addition of these communities Wataynikaneyap Power is now planning to connect 15 remote First Nations communities Based on the current state and forecast assumptions PWC estimates that developing and operating a transmission line connecting the 15

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/200 (2016-04-29)
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  • Wataynikaneyap Power Encouraged by Ontario's Proposed Remote Electrification Readiness Program | Watay Power
    this infrastructure creation The Remote Electrification Readiness Program would help our project to move forward and prepare our people to realize the benefits from this important infrastructure project states Wataynikaneyap Power Chair Margaret Kenequanash She adds We believe this program is a step in the right direction for Ontario to meet its Long Term Energy Plan commitment of connecting remote First Nations communities Electricity service in remote First Nation communities in northwestern Ontario is currently supplied by local diesel generators According to the Ontario Power Authority diesel generation typically costs three to ten times more than the average cost of the provincial supply mix and requires significant subsidies from government and ratepayers According to the Ontario budget announcement grid connection would support stronger healthier northern remote communities by reducing barriers to growth increasing economic development opportunities improving social and living conditions for residents providing cleaner air and reduced greenhouse gas emissions reducing future environmental remediation liabilities associated with diesel fuel spills and ensuring a more reliable electricity supply Kenequanash adds We look forward to continue working with the current government on their commitment to connect the remote communities However with an election on the horizon we are anxious to hear the views of each party on this initiative Whomever may be the next government we expect that they will continue to recognize and support the importance of connecting Wataynikaneyap remote First Nations to the provincial power grid and that a Remote Electrification Readiness Program will help our communities prepare and benefit from this important infrastructure project About Wataynikaneyap Power Wataynikaneyap Power is a First Nation led company working to design permit construct own and operate transmission lines north of Dryden in order to reinforce the existing grid and connect remote First Nation communities in Northwestern Ontario Wataynikaneyap Power s vision

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/199 (2016-04-29)
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  • Ontario's 2014 Budget Identifies $3 Million For Remote Electrification Readiness Program | Watay Power
    Transmission To help ensure remote First Nation communities can more fully benefit from new transmission projects in their area Ontario will provide 3 million in funding over three years through the Remote Electrification Readiness Program This will help them prepare for the advantages that connections to the grid will bring The program will include job specific training relevant health programs business innovation mentoring and economic development supports The program will support the goals of Ontario s new Long Term Energy Plan which identified connecting remote northwestern First Nation communities to the electricity grid as a priority for the Province Electricity service in remote First Nation communities in northwestern Ontario is currently supplied by local diesel generators According to the Ontario Power Authority diesel generation typically costs three to ten times more than the average cost of the provincial supply mix Connecting remote northwestern First Nation communities to the Ontario electricity grid is a priority and would support stronger healthier northern remote communities by reducing barriers to growth increasing economic development opportunities improving social and living conditions for residents providing cleaner air and reduced greenhouse gas emissions reducing future environmental remediation liabilities associated with diesel fuel spills and ensuring more reliable

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/198 (2016-04-29)
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