SRC engages with northern communities to facilitate meaningful participation in determining the best options for remediation. Discussions include community meetings and consultations with Aboriginal communities and leadership.
Lorado Mill Photo Contest
The Project CLEANS team is gathering photos of the tailings cover area at the former Lorado Mill Site to document ecosystem recovery following remediation completion. They need your help! From May 20 until September 13, 2019, email up to 20 of your best wildlife, landscape and vegetation photos of the tailings cover area taken between 2017-2019 to email@example.com and you could win one of six $100 Visa gift cards and SRC branded gear.
This contest is only open to residents of the Athabasca Basin. Visit the contest page for complete contest details and the entry form.
The Project CLEANS e-newsletter is a great way to keep up to date with the project.
Meeting Notes, Videos and Presentations
- September 2018 - Gunnar Other Site Aspects Workshop (Saskatoon)
- January 29 - February 1, 2018 - Community Meetings
- Watch the Project CLEANS update for the 2017 work season in English and Dene
- January 31 - February 3, 2017 - Community Meetings
- August 23, 2016 - Gunnar Other Sites Aspects Workshop (Saskatoon)
- August 2016 - Leadership Tour of the Gunnar Mine and Mill Site (VIDEO)
- April 2016 - Gunnar Other Site Aspects Workshop (Saskatoon)
- Revegetation Elder Workshops: Black Lake/Hatchet Lake and Fond du Lac
- December 1-4, 2015
- July 28, 2015
- June 3-5, 2015
- March 10-13, 2015
- Lorado Mill Site Update: Listen to the presentation in English or Dene
- January 2013: Read the meetings record or listen to the Dene audio translation.
SRC recognizes that engaging local communities is vital to successful remediation projects. An important part of this engagement occurs though the Project CLEANS’ Community and Aboriginal Liaison who maintains working relationships with local residents and their leadership, as well as provides information regarding remediation activity.
Since 2007, SRC has been holding regular community meetings to provide updates on Project CLEANS and receive feedback from northern residents. Key topics addressed through community meetings include human and environmental health, rehabilitation options and potential site end-uses.