WCS Canada comments on Critical Minerals Strategy to Natural Resources Canada - September 2022
A Critical Minerals (CM) strategy is one important step and welcomed, given the need for Canada to strengthen supply chains to support the energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources to address climate commitments. In its present form, however, the draft strategy and accompanying discussion questions are oriented around a relatively narrow and short-term economic growth perspective, rather than one that emphasizes sustainability in the full sense of the word, i.e., including ecological and social dimensions. It also fails to adequately consider the impact on Indigenous communities and the need to respect and support Indigenous sovereignty in impacted regions. Describing critical minerals as a 'generational opportunity', the strategy does not adequately cover impacts on current and future generations if the extraction of critical minerals does not deliberately consider social, environmental, and long-term economic costs.
WCS Canada Comments - Response to ERO 019-5249 Mining Claims in Far North Ontario -- 20 April 2022
WCS Canada response to the Claim Group Incorporated Mineral Exploration Permit (ERO 019-5249). This permit is staking claims that cross the boundaries of Kesagami Provincial Park and is prohibited by Ontario legislation. WCS Canada requests that the claims crossing the boundaries of Kesagami Park be withdrawn.
WCS Canada Comments - Critical Minerals Framework Discussion Paper - June 2021
WCS Canada provides comments on the Ontario Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines (MENDM) Critical Minerals Framework Discussion Paper (ERO No. 019‐3281).
WCS Canada Comments - Kudz Ze Kayah Project YESAB 2017-0083 - March 2021
WCS Canada provides comments on the proposed Kudz Ze Kayah Project in southeastern Yukon (an open pit and underground zinc, silver, copper, gold and lead mine) related to the potential impacts of the project on the Finlayson Caribou Herd.
WCS Canada Comments - The Yukon Mineral Development Draft Strategy and Recommendations - February 2021
We provide a response to the Yukon Mineral Development Draft Strategy and Recommendations. We provide comments and recommendations for each of the Panel's Recommendations, including those regarding First Nation's rights and adverse environmental effects of mineral exploration and mineral development activities.
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