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TitleKearl oil sands project - mine development
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2005
Corporate AuthorsImperial Oil Resources Ventures Ltd.; Alberta Environment; Alberta Energy and Utilities Board
Place Published Imperial Oil Resources Ventures Ltd.
Publication Language en
KeywordsAboriginal, agriculture, air pollution, Athabascan Chipewyan First Nation, bear, beaver, berries, birch, caribou, community wellness, consultation, culture, ducks, eggs, EIA, elders, fish, fishing, Fort McKay First Nation, geese, grayling, historical resources, hunting, identity, Imperial Oil Ltd., Jackpine, medicinal plants, Mikisew Cree First Nation, moose, moss, muskeg, noise pollution, non-Aboriginal hunters, oil sands, resource use, socio-economic impact assessment, sphagnum, spirituality, spruce, traditional land use, trails, traplines, trapping, values, vandalism, water, water pollution

oil sands, resource use, environment, environmental impact assessment, EIA, traditional land use, historical resources, socio-economic, resource use

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Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Fort McMurray, Fort McKay, Fort Chipewyan, Poplar Point, Namur River, Descharme Lake, La Lache, Namur River, Namur Lake, Fort McKay, McClelland Lake, Athabasca River, Kearl Lake, Muskeg River

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