Public Submissions to Environmental Assessment of Northern Pulp’s Effluent Treatment Facility - March 2019
Many individuals, organizations, professionals, concerned citizens and local knowledge holders made submissions to the provincial EA process. They contain valuable knowledge of the area and draw attention to errors, gaps and contradictions in Northern Pulp’s application. We hope Minister Miller gives these submissions the attention they deserve. Thanks for sharing them with FONS.
of the Northumberland Strait
Put it Near the Indians: Indigenous Perspectives on Pulp Mill Contaminants in Their Traditional Territories (Pictou Landing First Nation, Canada) - page 325 of full submission
“Our Ancestors Are in Our Land, Water, and Air”: A Two-Eyed Seeing Approach to Researching Environmental Health Concerns with Pictou Landing First Nation - page 386 of full submission
"I simply cannot see how anyone could reach such a conclusion about wetlands from the paltry amount of data provided. It is not okay for a proponent to seek environmental approvals now, without having completed the necessary work, under the promise that it will be done at a later date, after approvals are already received. That’s not how environmental assessments should work.”
- Chris Miller, Ph.D., Executive Director-, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, NS Chapter
Browse citizen and group submissions by topic. One thing they all have in common - the evident missing and misleading information in Northern Pulp's proposal.