Category Archives: Announcements
On May 29th, Fisheries and Oceans Canada issued a statement related to the comprehensive study report by Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency. After taking in to account the implementation of BURNCO’s mitigation measures that the Project is not likely to cause … Continue reading
The Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change (the Minister), has issued her environmental assessment Decision Statement for the BURNCO Aggregate Mine Project (the Project). The Minister concluded, after taking into consideration the implementation of mitigation measures, that … Continue reading
BURNCO is pleased to announce that the provincial government has granted an environmental assessment certificate for the McNab Aggregate Project. Read the provincial news release here.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the EA review of the BURNCO Howe Sound Project. Your feedback has been greatly appreciated and has helped shape the Project to be better for everyone. A final decision on the review is … Continue reading
The final provincial public comment period closed on November 27th. Thank you to all stakeholders who took the time to submit a comment.
The public are invited to comment on the outcome of the environmental assessment until November 27th. Please visite the BC EAO website to submit yours. Open and transparent communication between proponents and stakeholders on the design and operation of proposed … Continue reading
Through the course of the Public Information Sessions in Squamish, Gibsons and West Vancouver we had the opportunity to speak to many people interested in the Project and one of the questions we heard often was, “Why here? Can’t you … Continue reading
BURNCO Rock Products Ltd today announced it has completed more than seven years of independent scientific studies and has now submitted the application to both the provincial and federal government regulators for the BURNCO Aggregate Project in Howe Sound. “We … Continue reading
The BC Environmental Assessment Office (BCEAO) and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEA Agency) have issued the final approved AIR/EIS Guidelines which describe the questions that are to be answered and the information to be contained in an Environmental Assessment … Continue reading