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  • Notice of Round 2 Open Houses and Spring/Summer 2013 EA Fact Sheet | Watay Power
    analysis Preliminary baseline study results on the preferred corridor will also be presented The Open Houses are also being held to understand and identify key issues and concerns related to the Project Collecting these issues and concerns will help to focus the EA on topics that are important to communities and individuals that may be affected by the Project Open Houses have been scheduled in Dryden Ignace Sioux Lookout and

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/186 (2016-04-29)
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  • Wataynikaneyap Releases Environmental Assessment Final Terms of Reference (ToR) for the New Transmission Line to Pickle Lake | Watay Power
    comment period on the Terms of Reference begins May 13 2013 Wataynikaneyap Power has completed an engagement program on the draft Terms of Reference including collecting feedback on corridor options Feedback from this engagement program was incorporated into the Terms of Reference that has been submitted to the Ministry of the Environment Your written comments about the Terms of Reference must be received by June 11 2013 All comments should

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/185 (2016-04-29)
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  • CCEG Releases Request for Expression of Interest and Qualifications (“REIQ”) to Partner on Wataynikaneyap Project | Watay Power
    and construction of the Project The selected Proponent will have practical experience in the development of remote location transmission projects an established track record with working closely with First Nations and a viable financing package which allows for the fact that ownership will remain with CCEG and or Wataynikaneyap Power Once a new partner has been secured by CCEG and the project is significantly advanced Goldcorp is expected to exit

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/184 (2016-04-29)
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  • 13 First Nations and Goldcorp sign ownership agreement and incorporate Wataynikaneyap Power | Watay Power
    a new transmission line would cost significantly less than continued diesel generation The project will create new economic development opportunities including potential for renewable energy development Approximately 1 200 construction related jobs and 60 long term career opportunities will be created Our goal is to create as many local economic opportunities for our First Nations communities as possible said Kenequanash We are currently in the process of developing training programs to prepare the local workforce not only for the construction period but for the long term as well Wataynikaneyap Power is an example of how industry and First Nations can work together on projects that are good for the economy and the environment while benefitting communities in the region for years to come said Gil Lawson Manager of Goldcorp s Musselwhite Mine Although Goldcorp and other customers in the region are connected to the existing grid the current line is at capacity and subject to frequent outages Goldcorp is facilitating development for Phase 1 of the project but expects to exit the company once a long term transmission partner is secured Wataynikaneyap has initiated an environmental assessment on Phase 1 and expects to complete construction to Pickle Lake by the end of 2015 The company plans to initiate an environmental assessment on Phase 2 in 2013 and could begin connecting communities in 2017 Over 40 years the project could result in over 4 million tons of avoided greenhouse gas GHG emissions Wataynikaneyap means line that brings light in Anishininiimowin named by the Elders who provided guidance to the partners 30 About Wataynikaneyap Power Wataynikaneyap Power a partnership between 13 First Nations and Goldcorp is a First Nation led company working to design permit construct own and operate a transmission line to bring additional grid connection to Pickle Lake and beyond

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/183 (2016-04-29)
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  • Wataynikaneyap Advances Transmission Corridor Analysis for Phase 2 (Connection of Remote Communities) | Watay Power
    5th Wataynikaneyap and SENES visited Kingfisher Wunnumin Kasabonika Wapekeka Muskrat Dam Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Wawakapewin North Caribou and Sachigo Lake The purpose of the community visits was to present the preliminary information and collect feedback In particular the communities helped identify areas that should be avoided The Ontario Power Authority OPA also participated in the community visits Based on feedback from the communities the options will be updated and further corridor

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/182 (2016-04-29)
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  • Holding Company Established to Represent 13 First Nations Communities | Watay Power
    met in Thunder Bay from December 19 20 2012 and will be meeting again February 19 21 2013 The 13 First Nations communities are working with local industry to develop the Wataynikaneyap Power project to build a new transmission line to Pickle Lake and beyond to connect remote First Nations communities currently serviced by diesel generation The new First Nations Holding Company will be seeking a long term Transmitter partner

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/178 (2016-04-29)
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  • Wataynikaneyap hosts call in show on Wawatay Radio January 31st 7pm - 9pm CST | Watay Power
    Submitted by patrickboileau on Thu 01 31 2013 12 45 On January 31st Wataynikaneyap hosted a live call in show on Wawatay Radio from 7pm 9pm CST Click here to listen to the promotion and stay tuned to download the whole program Margaret Kenequanash and John Cutfeet discussing the Wataynikaneyap Power Project on Wawatay Radio Copyright 2012 Wataynikaneyap Power All rights reserved Powered by K Net Secondary links Feedback Log

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/177 (2016-04-29)
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  • Key Consultants Engaged for Phase 2 - Connection of Remote Communities | Watay Power
    providing environmental consultancy services related to all aspects of the energy sector Techincal support on the study is being provided by Powertel Powertel is one of Ontario s major electrical contractors and specializes in the construction maintenance and renovation of all types of high voltage power installations PWC is completing a preliminary financial plan for Phase 2 Connection of Remote Communities PWC s analysis will include an avoided cost model

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/176 (2016-04-29)
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