Lake Winnipeg Regulation -- Manitoba Hydro

On July 5, 2011, the Minister of Conservation at the request of the Minister of Water Stewardship, has asked the Clean Environment Commission to conduct a review regarding the licensing of regulation of Lake Winnipeg under The Water Power Act.

Terms of Reference

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A Document in Support of Manitoba Hydro's Request for a Final Licence under the Manitoba Water Power Act
Lake Winnipeg Regulation Terms of Reference
Letter from Minister requesting review
Licensing request from Manitoba Hydro
Request for information from Manitoba Hydro

Background Information

The materials provided on this website are for information only. Official and complete proceedings are available by contacting the Commission.

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The Review Process
Manitoba Water Stewardship - Background
Manitoba Hydro - Background
CEC letter to MB Hydro dated Oct. 31, 2014
CEC letter to MCWS Nov 3, 2014
CEC letter to MIT Nov 3, 2014
MCWS reply to CEC Nov. 21, 2014
MIT reply to CEC - Dec 19, 2014
MB Hydro reply to CEC - Dec 30, 2014
Report on Water Level Regulation, Effects on Nutrient Status prepared by Raymond Hesslein, 2015.
Responses to Written Questions
A plain languauge report on isostatic rebound as it relates to Lake Winnipeg, by Harvey Thorleifson, January 2015.
The Ecology of Coastal Wetlands around Lake Winnipeg and Vegetation Loss in Netley-Libau Marsh, G. Goldsborough 2015
Climate in the Lake Winnipeg Watershed and the Level of Lake Winnipeg, Gregory McCullough, 2015.
Lake Winnipeg Erosion and Accretion Processes
Lake Winnipeg Shoreline Management Handbook
Pre-hearing Meeting Report February 12, 2015
Transcripts Pre-hearing Meeting, February 12, 2015
Review of Hydrologic and Operational Models, George F. McMahon February 2015.
Transcripts Scoping Meeting, May 29, 2014
Transcripts Addendum Scoping Mtg May 29,2014 SLW Submission
Transcripts Addendum Scoping Mtg May 29,2014 LWF Submission
Transcripts Addendum Scoping Mtg May 29, 2014 MB Cottage Owners Assn submission
The Nelson River Hydroelectric Project - A History of Lake Winnipeg Regulation

Panel Members

The following members will form the Lake Winnipeg Regulation Panel. Terry Sargeant will chair the Panel.

Edwin Yee
(Commissioner)

Edwin Yee is a retired environmental consultant with 30 years experience in regulatory management of toxic chemicals, hazardous waste and contaminated sites. Mr. Yee has participated in the development of national and international guidelines and standards for soil quality and petroleum hydrocarbons and provided guidance to the Abandoned Mines Advisory Committee.

Terry Sargeant
(Chair)

Terry Sargeant has been the full-time Chair of the Clean Environment Commission since January 2004. Prior to that, he was the Chief Appeal Commissioner of the Workers Compensation Appeal Commission for three and a half years.

In 1996, following almost twenty years of government service, with the House of Commons and the governments of Manitoba, Yukon and British Columbia, Terry enrolled in the Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba, graduating in 1999. Following a year of articling with the Public Interest Law Centre, he was called to the Manitoba Bar in June 2000.

In other activities, he is the President of the Board of the Winnipeg Folk Festival, Chair of the Board of Governors of the University of Manitoba and Vice-Chair of the Board of the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals.

Beverly Suek
(Commissioner)

Beverly Suek is a Chartered Arbitrator, certified by the ADR Institute of Canada and has conducted over 100 arbitrations in labour relations and consumer issues. Ms Suek has been in private business for over 30 years conducting workplace investigations, organizational reviews and conflict resolution processes. She has worked with government, business, unions, non-profits, First Nations communities and Aboriginal organizations.
Ms. Suek was a Commissioner with the Provincial Civil Service Commission for 13 years. She also has been Chair of Manitoba Lotteries Corporation, Chair of Women’s Enterprises Centre of Manitoba, Chair of the Manitoba Advisory Council on the Status of Women, Chair of the Community Committee for the Birthing Centre, President of the SDB Housing Co-operative, President of Kali Shiva AIDs Services and President of Riverview Community Centre.

Neil Harden
(Commissioner)

Neil Harden is a retired Professional Engineer with many years experience in the water resources field. He worked for more than 20 years as a Hydraulic Engineer and Hydrologist with the Manitoba Water Resources Branch, including during the flood of 1997. He also worked for Ducks Unlimited Canada doing wetland conservation across Canada. Neil served over 12 years on the Municipal Board of Manitoba. He has a BSc in Civil Engineering and a Master of Engineering degree, both from the University of Manitoba.

Public Sessions

Public Sessions will take place at locations around the lake and in Winnipeg, as follows:

Date
Time
Location
 
January 12, 2015 
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ; 6:30 pm - 8 pm 
Thompson, Juniper Centre, 108 Nelson Road 
 
January 13, 2015 
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ; 6:30 pm - 8 pm 
Wabowden, Wabowden Arena, 306 Fleming Drive 
 
January 27, 2015 
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm 
Pine Dock, Pine Dock Community Hall 
 
January 29, 2015 
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ; 6:30 pm - 8 pm 
Ashern, Royal Canadian Legion, 3 Main Street E 
 
February 2, 2015 
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ; 6:30 pm - 8 pm 
Grand Marais, Grand Marais Recreation Centre, 424 matilda 
 
February 4, 2015 
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm ; 6:30 pm - 8 pm 
Selkirk, Selkirk Inn and Conference Centre, 162 Main Street 
 
February 5, 2015 
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm; 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm 
Gimli, Waterfront Centre, 94 First Avenue 
 
February 9, 2015 
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm 
Manigotagan, Manigotagan Community Hall 
 
February 18, 2015 
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm 
Cross Lake, Cross Lake Community Council Boardroom 
 
March 9, 2015 
3 pm - 5 pm; 7 pm - 9 pm 
Winnipeg, RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue 
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March 10, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue 
PDF 
March 11, 2015 
1 pm - 5 pm; 7 pm - 9 pm 
Winnipeg, RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue 
PDF 
March 12, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue 
PDF 
March 16, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
PDF 
March 17, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
PDF 
March 18, 2015 
1 pm - 5 pm; 7 pm - 9 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
PDF 
March 19, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
PDF 
March 23, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue 
PDF 
March 24, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue 
PDF 
March 25, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue 
PDF 
March 26, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue 
PDF 
April 7, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
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April 8, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
PDF 
April 9, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
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April 13, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
PDF 
April 14, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
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April 15, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
PDF 
April 16, 2015 
9:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Winnipeg, Fort Garry Spa and Convention Centre, 222 Broadway 
PDF 

Additional days may be added as necessary. Schedule changes will be posted at this website, on the mobile site and announced at appropriate sessions.

Become a Presenter

The Manitoba Clean Environment Commission is holding a public hearing and invites groups and individuals to share your experiences at public sessions to be held in various communities around Lake Winnipeg.

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LWR Hearing Process Update
Presenter Registration Form (pdf)
Guidelines for Presenters
Presenter On-line registration

If you, or your group or organization is interested in making a presentation at one of these hearing sessions, please register at least seven (7) days before the session. All presentations will be limited to 15 minutes unless prior arrangements have been made with the Commission office. To register please complete the presenter registration form available at this website or from the mobile site on your cell phone, and submit to the Commission office or contact us directly.

Upload a Written Submission or Presentation 

If you prefer, you may provide a written submission. The deadline for written submissions is NOON, FEBRUARY 28, 2015. This can be done directly through the on-line submission form below, or by email or mail.

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Transcripts

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Transcripts- Scoping Meeting, May 29, 2014
Addendum May 29, 2014 - Submission from MB Assoc. of Cottage Owners Inc.
Addendum May 29, 2014 - Submission from Save Lake Winnipeg
Addendum May 29, 2014 - Submission from Lake Winnipeg Foundation
Transcripts LWR Review January 12, 2015 Thompson
Transcripts LWR Review January 13, 2015 Wabowden
Transcripts LWR Review January 15, 2015 York Landing
Transcripts LWR Review January 21, 2015 Grand Rapids
Transcripts LWR Review January 26, 2015 Fisher River
Transcripts LWR Review January 27, 2015 Pine Dock
Transcripts LWR Review January 29, 2015 Ashern Legion
Transcripts LWR Review January 28, 2015 Peguis
Transcripts LWR Review February 2, 2015 Grand Marais
Transcripts LWR Review February 3, 2015 Brokenhead
Transcripts LWR Review February 4, 2015 Selkirk
Transcripts LWR Review February 5, 2015 Gimli
Transcripts LWR Review February 9, 2015 Manigotagan
Transcripts LWR Review February 10, 2015 Black River
Transcripts LWR Review February 11, 2015 Berens River
Transcripts LWR Review February 13, 2015 Sagkeeng
Transcripts LWR Review February 17, 2015 Cross Lake
Transcripts LWR Review February 18, 2015 Cross Lake
Transcripts LWR Review February 19, 2015 Cross Lake
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 10, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 11, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 12, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 16, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 17, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 18, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 19, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 23, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 24, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 25, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing March 26, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcript LWR Hearing April 7, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcript LWR Hearing April 8, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcript LWR Hearing April 9, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcript LWR Hearing April 13, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing April 14, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing April 15, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing April 16, 2015 Winnipeg
Transcripts LWR Hearing April 27, 2015 Winnipeg/MMF
Transcripts LWR Hearing April 29, 2015 Norway House
Transcript LWR Hearing April 20-May1, 2015 Norway House

Presentations

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Pimicikamak Okimawin. Submission to the Manitoba Clean Environment Commission Review of the Lake Winnipeg Regulation and Jenpeg Final Licence Application, March 31, 2015. Exhibit PIM 002
Pimicikamak Okimawin. Avian Riparian Habitat and Water Regulation. Abigail Watkins, February 2015. PIM 003
Pimicikamak Okimawin. Affadavit of Andrew Stobo Sniderman. PIM 004
Pimicikamak Okimawin. Downstream Inequity and the LWR Final Licence. PIM 005
Consumers' Association of Canada. Equity and Balance in the LWR dialogue. CAC 005
Consumers' Association of Canada. A Watershed Moment: Law Reform and the LWR Dialogue. CAC 006
Black River First Nation. When our Land is Gone, Where Will We Be? BRFN 002
Manitoba Wildlands. Climate change, from global to local: Lake Winnipeg Watershed. MWL - 002
Manitoba Wildlands. Manitoba Wildlands Lake Winnipeg Regulation Public Policy Chart. MWL - 004
Manitoba Wildlands. Governance, Management, Regulaton, Monitoring and Protecting Lake Winnipeg - With Respect to a Great Lake As Reservoir. MWL - 006
Manitoba Wildlands. Governance, Management, Regulation, Monitoring and Protecting Lake Winnipeg - With Respect to a Great Lake As Reservoir. MWL 003
Manitoba Wildlands. Climate system change, from global to local: Lake Winnipeg Watershed. By Paul Beckwith. MWL - 005
Manitoba Hydro. Undertaking # 1. Manitoba Hydro Lake Winnipeg Engagement Program Report. MH 011
Peguis First Nation. Estimated Shoreline Change North End of Lake Winnipeg. PFN - 005
Peguis First Nation. Estimated Water Cover and Change for Fisher River and Peguis Reserve Before and After Selected Peak Water Levels 2006-2011. PFN - 006
Peguis First Nation. Estimated Shoreline Change North End of Lake Winnipeg. Presentaiton. PFN - 007
Peguis First Nation. Estimated Water Cover and Change for Fisher River and Peguis Reserve Before and After Selected Peak Water Levels 2006-2011. PFN - 008
Sagkeeng First Nation, Map package for presentation. SAG - 002
Keewatinook Fishermen. "Language is a Tool for Natural Law", "Aniin aysi pi mosay maguk". Written by Myrle Ballard. KFLW - 002
Keewatinook Fishermen. Map, Some Summer Fishing. KFLW - 003
Keewatinook Fishermen. Map: Some Winter Fishing. KFLW - 004
Keewatinook Fishermen. Map: Some Fishing. KFLW- 005
Keewatinook Fishermen. Purpose Statement. KFLW - 006
Keewatinook Fishermen. "Language is a Tool for Natural Law", "Aniin aysi pi mosay maguk". Presented by Myrle Ballard. KFLW- 007
Consumers' Association of Canada. Undertaking #1: CAC to provide examples of jurisdictions in Canada that have addressed hydroelectric grandfathering projects. CAC - 007
Consumers' Association of Canada. Undertaking # 2: CAC to advise how Aboriginal water rights are defined in NWT and Yukon. CAC - 008
Manitoba Metis Federation. MMF Land Use Map.
Manitoba Hydro. Agreement among: Manitoba Metis Federation and Her Majesty the Queen in Right of the Province of Manitoba and The Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board. MH - 012
Manitoba Hydro Rebuttal - Letter from Deputy Minister of Northern Affair to Norway House Indian Band, August 28, 1985 MH - 013
Manitoba Hydro Rebuttal - Northern Flood Agreement 1987 Status Report. MH - 014
Manitoba Hydro Rebuttal - Slides. MH - 015
Consumers' Association of Canada. Errata, April 14, 2015. CAC - 009
Peguis First Nation. Closing Comments. PFN - 009
Consumers' Association of Canada. The Status and Quo and What Change May Look Like (Diagram). CAC - 010
Consumers' Association of Canada. List of Recommendation. CAC - 011
Consumers' Association of Canada. There Can be Change if There is a Will: LWR, Quiescent Licensing and Evolving Consumer Values. CAC - 012
Valeri Brunen, Norway House. Pictures. NHNAC-001
Pimicikamak Okimawin. Closing Arguments. PIM - 006
Manitoba Hydro. Response to May 4, 2015 letter. MH - 016
Manitoba Hydro. Final Written Arguments. MH - 017
Consumers' Association of Canada. Closing Arguments. CAC - 013
Interlake Reserves Tribal Council. Written Closing Argument. IRTC - 002
Manitoba Wildlands. Closing Statement. MWL - 002
Norway House Fishermen's Coop. Closing Statement. NHFC - 003
Pimicikamak Okimawin. Final Argument. PIM - 007
Keewatinook Fishers of Lake Winnipeg. Closing. KFLW - 008
Presentation. Tataskweyak Cree Nation. March 26, 2015. TCN-002
Tataskweyak Cree Nation. Submission to the MB CEC. Outline and Reference Documents. Submitted February 24, 2015. TCN-001
York Factory First Nation. Presentation Outline. Submitted February 24, 2015, YFFN-001
David Grant Presentation. Local Storage vs. Rapid Drainage, Optimizing the Decisions, The Implications for Lake Winnipeg. Wpg-019
Interlake Reserves Tribal Council Presentation Summary, IRTC-001
NHFC Presentation. March 24, 2015. NHFC-002
Norway House Fisherman's Cooperative Inc. General outline of evidence. NHFC-001
The Nelson River Hydroelectric Project - A History of Lake Winnipeg Regulation. CEC-021
Presentation. Lake Winnipeg Erosion and Accretion Processes. By Peter J. Zuzek. March 23, 2015. CEC-020
Strategic Large-Basin Management for Multiple Benefits. IISD Submission, Sub-007
Presentation. Strategic Large-Basin Management for Multiple Benefits. Henry David Venema, IISD. March 23, 2015. Wpg-018
Lake Winnipeg Erosion and Accretion Processes. A Compendium to the Lake Winnipeg Shoreline Management Handbook.Baird & Associates, CEC-019
Peguis First Nation, 7-Day Rule Panel Member Filing submitted March 12, 2015, PFN-002
PFN Some Additional Maps for Panel Presentation, PFN-004
PFN Some Peguis Land Use and Occupancy Maps, PFN-003
Linda McMillan presentation March 18, 2015, Wpg-012
Baldur Nelson presentation. March 18, 2015, Wpg-013
Jon Gerrard presentation. March 18, 2015 Wpg-014
Winnipeg River Property Owners Group - Angela Enright presentation. March 18, 2015, Wpg-015
Ken Porteous presentation. March 18, 2015 Wpg-016
Neil Shepard prsentation. March 18, 2015 Wpg-017
Climate in the Lake Winnipeg Watershed and the Level of Lake Winnipeg, Gregory McCullough, 2015, CEC-013
Climate in the Lake Winnipeg Watershed. Presentation March 16, 2015. G. McCullough, CEC-014
Ecology of Coastal Wetlands around Lake Winnipeg and Vegetation Loss in Netley-Libau Marsh. G. Goldsborough Jan.2015, CEC-015
Excerpts: Lake Ontario - St. lawrence River Plan 2014, Protecting against extreme water levels, restoring wetlands and preparing for climate change, CAC-003
Excerpts: Modeling Wetland Plant Community Response to Assess Water-Level Regulation Scenarios in the Lake Ontario - St. Lawrence River Basin, CAC-002
Influence of Isostatic rebound on Lake Winnipeg. Presentation March 16, 2015. Harvey Thorleifson, CEC-012
Isostatic Rebound as it relates to Lake Winnipeg - Plain language written report by Harvey Thorleifson. Jan 2015, CEC-011
Presentation. Coastal Wetlands of Lake Winnipeg and the Netley-Libau Marsh. Gordon Golsborough, March 17, 2015, CEC-016
Presentation. Review of Hydrologic and Operational Models. G. McMahon March 17, 2015, CEC-018
Review of Hydrologic and Operational Models, George F. McMahon February 2015, CEC-017
Water Level Regulation in the Lake Winnipeg Basin and its Effect on Nutrient Status of the Lake. Raymond Hesslein. Jan 2015, CEC-010
Letter from the Manitoba Association of Cottage Owners Inc. May 29, 2014, Wpg-011
Possible Consideration for the CEC hearings on LWR. Submitted by Save Lake Winnipeg Project on May 29, 2014, Wpg-010
CAC Supporting Material, CAC-001
Response to CEC Feb. 23, 2015 letter re: Additional Questions Regarding Lake Winnipeg Regulation, MH-009
Lake Winnipeg Regulation-Manitoba Hydro Presentation March 10, 2015, MH-008
KPIRG Presentation, Dr. Robin Jarvis Brownlie. March 11, 2015, Wpg-009
KPIRG Presentation, Dr. Warren Cariou. March 11, 2015, Wpg-008
Brian Ellis, Winnipeg Condo Corporation No. 323 Presentation. March 11, 2015, Wpg-007
The Winnipeg River Property Owners Group Presentation. March 11, 2015, Wpg-006
Interchurch Council on Hydropower Inc. Will Braun Presentation. March 11, 2015, Wpg-005
Cheryl Kennedy Courcelles Presentation. March 11, 2015, Wpg-004
Penny McMorris Presentation. March 11, 2015, Wpg-003
Brian Hodgson Presentation. March 11,2015, Wpg-002
Mike Mason Presentation. March 11, 2015, Wpg-001
Darwin Paupanakis Presentation Feb. 19, 2015 Cross Lake, Cro-004
Nick Halcrow Presentation Feb. 17, 2015 Cross Lake, Cro-001
Flora Ross Presentation Feb. 18, 2015 Cross Lake, Cro-002
Kerry Muswagon-Mikesew School Land Based/Cultural Awareness Presentation Feb. 19, 2015 Cross Lake, Cro-003
Map Sagkeeng Historic Shoreline, February 13, 2015 Sagkeeng, Sag-001
Chief Jackie Everett & Council Presentation Feb. 11, 2015 Berens River, Ber-001
Thora Palson Presentation Feb. 5, 2015 Gimli, Gim-001
Nelson Gerrard Presentation Feb. 5, 2015 Gimli, Gim-002
Ross Bailey Presentation February 5, 2015 Gimli, Gim-003
Roxane Anderson Presentation Feb. 4, 2015 Selkirk, Sel-001
Andy Weremy Presentation Feb. 4, 2015 Selkirk, Sel-002
Ron Greenwood Pesentation Feb. 2, 2015 Grand Marais, Gmr-001
Julian Gorchynski Presentation Feb. 2, 2015 Grand Marais, Gmr-002
Bruce Morrison Presentation Feb. 2, 2015 Grand Marais, Gmr-003
Tom Farrell Presentation Feb. 2, 2015 Grand Marais, Gmr-004
Lake Winnipeg Fishing, Peguis, Lloyd Stevenson Jan.2015, Peg-001
Photos from Fisher River, FRV-001
Photos from Gull Bay, Grd-001
Wabowden Community Ancestry Composition Findings, D. Colombe May 2013, Wab-001

Written Submissions

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Scott St. George 2011Letter to CEC, Sub-005
U of Manitoba Northern Field Scool 2011 Submission, Sub-006
Willow Island Property Owners Association Submission Feb.24, 2015, Sub-001
Gerald Fotty Written Submission, Sub-002
Alison Burnett Benningen Submission, Sub-003
Charlie McPherson Submission, Sub-004
Strategic Large-Basin Management for Multiple Benefits. IISD Submission, Sub-007
Frederik Veldink, Silver Harbour Property Owners Association- Submission, March 10, 2015, Sub-008
Lake Winnipeg Regulation Final Licence Under the Water Power Act. "Licensing, Governance, Moving Forward". Submission, March 30, 2015, Sub - 010
Treaty 2 Territorial Alliance, April 13, 2015. SUB -011
Winnipeg River Property Owners Association. Sub - 012
Hollow Water First Nation Sub-013

Norway House Cree Nation. Eileen Apetagon.NHCN001

This hearing is currently still in progress. Reports will be available once it has been completed.

 
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