1 Shell Canada Consultation Report to Alberta Environment and Office Consultation Report for the Period: August 1, September 30, 2014 Jennifer Platman, Jessica Saunders August 5, 2014 ACFN Consultant, Nicole Nicholls ACFN IRC Director - Lisa King ; *, Other) Shell ed in follow up to request to attend Sept 11 meeting August 11, 2014: Nicole ed requesting purpose of the meeting as well as draft meeting agenda. August 26, 2014 ACFN IRC Director - Lisa King ACFN IRC Director - Lisa King, copy to Laura Mitchell Shell ed draft meeting agenda requesting any edits or additions August 27, 2014: Nicole responded that they would review and advise of revisions to the draft agenda; Shell sent a follow up on Sept. 8, 2014 to confirm meeting and request any edits/additions to the draft agenda. Sept. 8, 2014: Nicole ed advising that they have no changes at this time.
2 Shell Canada Consultation Report to Alberta Environment and Office Consultation Report for the Period: August 1, September 30, 2014 Jennifer Platman, Jessica Saunders ; *, Other) send invitations with a draft scope of work/agenda. ACFN indicated that they are opposed to the PRM project and any development north of the Firebag River. They noted that they will consider participating in the workshop, however they do not want to be seen as doing work in support of the project. ACFN noted their concerns with river water quality and quantity as members use natural springs for drinking water. Shell indicated that we are committed to water monitoring and management and are actively engaged with CEMA. Shell also noted that no process affected water is being discharged at site. As requested by ACFN, Shell will provide a copy of the CEMA Athabaska River Groundwater Interaction report and map. Sept. 11, 2014 ACFN IRC Director - Lisa King, ACFN Legal Counsel - Melissa Daniels, ACFN Consultant - Nicole Nicholls ACFN IRC/Shell meeting was held at ACFN's office in Ft. McMurray. PRM discussion included: 2. Mine Planning & proposed a piezometer project; ACFN indicated that they are concerned about the bison and their habitat. They asked about whether Shell is doing helicopter work, as band members have are upset about the. Shell responded that the environmental field crews did do some work over the summer months using a helicopter, in addition to other industry helicopter work in the area. Shell's field program is complete for 2014 but would will continue in Shell is engaged with the government led Bison herd working group and will continue to support these efforts. Upon review of the field studies carried out by Golder Associates in 2014, ACFN asked if the study results were compiled. Golder reponded that the results are still be compiled. ACFN requests that these results be shared with them. Shell/Golder to follow up with ACFN on this. Shell is planning a meeting with Environment Canada to discuss RSA methods for selecting spacial boundaries. Shell will engage with Aboriginal groups, including ACFN, once we seek input from the government. At the end of the meeting, ACFN provided Shell with copies of two letters they submitted to the JRP that morning with respect to Shell's methods on RSA Selection and for Cultural Assessment, and Shell's proposal to consult with Regulatory agencies on methodology for the Environmental Assessment. August 7, 2014 Fort Chipewyan Métis Local Kim Dertien, Consultant Kim provided Shell with a status update of the TLU Study underway Traditional Land Use Study Study ongoing Fort Chipewyan Métis Local Jumbo Fraser, President and Ora Campbell August 18, 2014 Global Indigenous Relations Lead Fort Chipewyan Métis Local Cynthia Bertolin, Consultant., Jumbo Fraser, Ora Campbell President of FCM Local 125 cc'd Shell on a letter to the JRP advising of support for PRM, withdrawal of SOC and advising they will not be participating in the PRM hearing.
3 Shell Canada Consultation Report to Alberta Environment and Office Consultation Report for the Period: August 1, September 30, 2014 Jennifer Platman, Jessica Saunders Fort Chipewyan Métis Local Jumbo Fraser, President and Ora Campbell ; *, Other) Sept. 19, 2014 Fort Chipewyan Métis Local Kim Dertien, Consultant After a few back and forth iterations of the map for Shell to produce in support of the TLU Study, Shell provided a map book to Kim via . Traditional Land Use Study Study ongoing August 11, 2014 NSFMB Chief John Malcolm NSFMB Chief John Malcolm /Direct mail Shell provided a follow up letter regarding its April 2014 Elder's meeting comments, January 17, 2014 SOC and recent request for TLU study. Traditional Land Use August 18, 2014: Voice message from Mr. Malcolm stating Shell could expect a formal response to the letter provided. MCFN GIR - Melody Lepine, Director : Melody confirmed receipt, and indicated that MCFN has a new consultation lead for Shell, Carl Braun. He will join the ECC meetings. August 26, 2014 MCFN GIR - Melody Lepine, Director MCFN GIR - Melody Lepine, Director, Carl Braun MCFN GIR - Melody Lepine, Director, Carl Braun, JFK Law - Christopher Evans Confirmed Sept 30, 2014 ECC meeting Q3 MCFN/Shell ECC meeting was held at Shell's office in Ft. McMurray. PRM discussion included: 2. Mine Planning & proposed a piezometer project; August 26, 2014: MCFN requested materials in advance of the meeting. Sept. 11, 2014: Shell provided previous meeting notes and draft agenda for input, for Sept. 30 ECC meeting. send invitations with a draft scope of work/agenda. Shell is meeting with Environment Canada on October 17, 2014 to discuss RSA methods for selecting spacial boundaries. Shell will engage with Aboriginal groups, including MCFN once we seek input from the government. Sept. 30, 2014 MCFN asked about bison sightings in the field and whether Shell uses reporting cards. Shell to look into and advise back to MCFN. Discussion around MCFN's upcoming Industry Tradeshow on November 27. Shell will participate, but inquired as to what information the community would like to hear. Shell will attend and answer community member questions with respect to the PRM project. August 1, 2014 Fort McKay Sustainability Department - Peter Fortna Peter ed to confirm ECC meeting date August 1, 2014: Shell confirmed meeting date of September 17. August 13, 2014: Conflict in meeting day resulted in rescheduling the ECC meeting to October 1, 2014.
4 Shell Canada Consultation Report to Alberta Environment and Office Consultation Report for the Period: August 1, September 30, 2014 Jennifer Platman, Jessica Saunders Arrobo ; *, Other) : Bori confirmed receipt September 8, 2014 Arrobo, Peter Fortna Arrobo Bori sent follow up from July regarding a meeting to discuss Shell's status of PRM SIR responses. Sept 9, 2014: Shell responded that we have an ECC meeting scheduled for October 1st and that we would include this in our agenda. Fort McKay concurred via response. August 9, 2014 Relations and Business Development, Peter Fortna, Consultant Shell ed a draft agenda for September 12 meeting which included an update on PRM. Peter responded that he agreed with the proposed agenda Relations and Business Development August 15, 2014 Métis Local Kyle Harrietha, General Manager Métis Local 1935 GM cc'd Shell on a letter to the PRM JRP withdrawing SOC and informing that FM 1935 will not be participating in the PRM hearing. Relations and Business Development Sept. 12, 2014 Relations and Business Development, Peter Fortna, Consultant A meeting was held at ML1935 office in Ft. McMurray. PRM discussion included: 2. Mine Planning; send invitations with a draft scope of work/agenda. Shell is meeting with Environment Canada on October 17, 2014 to discuss RSA methods for selecting spacial boundaries. Shell will engage with Aboriginal groups, including ML 1935 once we seek input from the government. Sept. 22, 2014: Salem ed and provided an idea for a workshop technique. MNA-R1, William Landstrom, President CIR Consultation and Indigenous Relations ML Métis Local FMFN SD Fort McKay First Nation Sustainability Department NSFMB Non-Status Fort McMurray/Fort McKay Band CRPCB Clearwater River Paul Cree Band #175 DFO Department of Fisheries and Oceans
5 Shell Canada Consultation Report to Alberta Environment and Office Consultation Report for the Period: August 1, September 30, 2014 Jennifer Platman, Jessica Saunders CEAA Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency AESRD Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development NNLP No Net Loss Plan JPME/PRM Jackpine Mine Expansion & Pierre River Mine TK/TLU Traditional Environmental Knowledge and Traditional Land Use MCFN GIR Mikisew Cree First Nation Government and Industry Relations ACFN IRC Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Industry Relations Corporation FMFN 468 Fort McMurray First Nation #468 MNA-R1 Métis Nation of Alberta Region 1 JRP Joint Review Panel SIR Supplemental Information Request SOC Statement of Concern SOW Scope of Work CKK Community Knowledge Keeper ECC Environment and Consultation Committee ; *, Other) The engagements noted in this report are only a brief summary to an event or a piece of correspondence, and does not reflect the full extent of the information that is in Shell s consultation record. Further supporting information may be made available, if required.
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