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  • Sioux Lookout Bulletin Article - "New Transmission Line Could Benefit Sioux Lookout" | Watay Power
    Benefit Sioux Lookout Submitted by patrickboileau on Fri 11 02 2012 09 32 Document Sioux Lookout Bulletin 10 31 12 pdf Copyright 2012 Wataynikaneyap Power All rights reserved Powered by K Net Secondary links Feedback Log in Main Home About

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/175 (2016-04-29)
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  • Interview - NationTalk Discusses Wataynikaneyap Project with Margaret Kenequanash | Watay Power
    Nation communities currently operating on expensive diesel generators in Northwestern Ontario Wataynikaneyap Power is being formed as a First Nation led company to design permit construct own and operate a 230 kV transmission line to bring additional grid connection to Pickle Lake The Company is proposing a two phase planning and permitting process to bring connectivity to the remote First Nations She talks about the positive impact using greener solutions

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/173 (2016-04-29)
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  • Notice of Open Houses | Watay Power
    Boards Part 1 Draft ToR Open House Display Boards Part 2 Draft ToR Open House Display Boards Part 3 Document 2012 10 11 1111510456 Notice of Open House Events copy pdf Copyright 2012 Wataynikaneyap Power All rights reserved Powered by

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/156 (2016-04-29)
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  • Wawatay News Article - Connecting First Nations with Billion-Dollar Transmission Line | Watay Power
    Line Submitted by Anonymous on Thu 10 04 2012 12 59 Document Connecting First Nations with billion dollar transmission line Wawatay News pdf Copyright 2012 Wataynikaneyap Power All rights reserved Powered by K Net Secondary links Feedback Log in Main

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/44 (2016-04-29)
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  • Notice of Commencement - Draft EA Terms of Reference for Phase 1 | Watay Power
    Wed 09 19 2012 07 58 Document Notice of Commencement of Terms of Reference 2012Sept17 pdf Notice of Commencement Ojibway copy pdf Notice of Commencement Ojicree copy pdf Copyright 2012 Wataynikaneyap Power All rights reserved Powered by K Net Secondary

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/29 (2016-04-29)
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  • Environmental Assessment Draft Terms of Reference for Phase 1 Released | Watay Power
    Line to Pickle Lake Draft Terms of Reference pdf 3 007 KB Appendix A Permits and Approvals pdf 40 KB Appendix B Preliminary Corridor Routing Analysis pdf 4 908 KB Appendix C Aboriginal Engagement Plan pdf 8 472 KB Appendix D Stakeholder Engagement Plan pdf 2 180 KB Draft Terms of Reference Fact Sheet Wataynikaneyap will initiate a separate Environmental Assessment EA process for Phase 2 Copyright 2012 Wataynikaneyap Power

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/16 (2016-04-29)
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  • FedNor Funding Announcement to Support Establishing a First Nations Transmission Company | Watay Power
    Council Chair CEO of Windigo First Nations Council with MP Greg Rickford Kenora at the FedNor funding announcement held at WFNC Office in Sioux Lookout ON Wednesday May 23 2012 Document Windigo FedNor Announcement pdf Copyright 2012 Wataynikaneyap Power All

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/32 (2016-04-29)
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  • First Nations to Develop New Power Line to Replace Diesels | Watay Power
    identified in the Long Term Energy Plan released November 23 2010 and the Ministry Directive to plan for remote First Nation community connectivity February 3 2011 Early engagement and participation of all First Nation Communities will be key to successful development Each community will have the choice to be an equal owner in Wataynikaneyap Power Reliable power in the region is a direct benefit for all while allowing those communities with renewable energy projects to sell their clean power to the provincial grid further supporting regional economic development The opportunity to turn off the diesel generators used in the region will result in a meaningful reduction of greenhouse gas generation while allowing First Nations significantly more power capacity to enable community development projects Chief Morriseau of North Caribou Lake First Nation states All the Chiefs speaking here this morning they are pretty wise they know what they want We all have common goals We have a common issue here in this project Everybody has a need for this project to move forward My community needs power I m very very happy to have Musselwhite and other First Nations that started this idea of trying to bring power to the mine site and our northern communities Chief Winnepetonga Wunnumin Lake First Nation shared My community can no longer afford the cost of expensive diesel power together our communities must move quickly to bring transmission line connectivity While Chief Beardy Muskrat Dam First Nation added This transmission line would be awesome for our community it would allow for economic prosperity and development of a run of the river project my community has been exploring As a future customer of the transmission line Gil Lawson General Manager of Goldcorp s Musselwhite Mine understands the need for additional grid connection into the North West

    Original URL path: http://www.wataypower.ca/node/11 (2016-04-29)
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