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Environment Resources

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MERCURY POISONING AND CLEARCUT LOGGING IN GRASSY NARROWS FIRST NATION

Grassy Narrows First Nation Release - Nov 7, 2013

Press Release: Minister Makes False Statement on Logging in Grassy Narrows

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Chiefs of Ontario Annual Report 2012-2013

Annual Report 2012-2013

Provided to Chiefs at the All Ontario Chiefs Assembly 2013.

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Understanding the Nuclear Cycle Video

Wabigon Lake Ojibway Nation Wins Drinking Water Taste Test

Wabigon Lake - News Release Communique - November 9, 2012

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The EAGLE Project Resources

The EAGLE Project was a unique environmental health research project that began in 1990 and ended in 2000. This partnership between the Assembly of First Nations, Health Canada and First Nations in the Great Lakes basin examined the effects of contaminants on the health and well-being of the Great Lakes aboriginal population.

Species at Risk Registry and The Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC)

Species at Risk Registry

The Public Registry is your source for news, information, and documents related to species at risk in Canada. This web site has been designed to help you better understand Canada's approach to protecting and recovering species at risk, learn about species at risk and what's being done to help them, and get involved in decision making and recovery activities.
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Ontario First Nations Environmental Assessment Toolkit

The purpose of The Ontario First Nations Environmental Assessment Toolkit is to assist First Nations in Ontario whose Aboriginal rights, title or treaty rights may be affected by a project undergoing an environmental assessment (EA). This Toolkit is designed primarily for First Nations leadership, employees and communities. It is meant to provide information and practical advice that will help First Nations participate effectively in EA processes.

CHIEFS OF ONTARIO FN EA TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP - DRAFT REPORT

In 2006, the Chiefs of Ontario (COO) identified a need for an environmental assessment manual and adopted a resolution to develop a toolkit for Ontario First Nations. The COO approached the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAAgency) and expressed their desire for support for this project. The COO next approached the Ontario Ministry of Environment (OMOE).

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