Province urged to conduct review of proposed plant

Louiseize, Kelly
April 2004
Northern Ontario Business;Apr2004, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p12
Reports that some environmental organizations demanded environmental ministry interventions on a proposed petroleum coke plant to be developed on Fort William First Nation in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Environmental impacts of the plant; Discretion of the minister to subject the project to the environmental assessment; Cost of the proposed co-generating station.


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