Editor’s Note April 5, 2017: Huu-ay-aht approves co-management of liquefied natural gas facility
In This Week’s Issue
- Huu-ay-aht first BC Nation approves co-management development of liquefied natural gas facility
- New multi family project proposed for Cumberland, with approximately 80 units
- Tender has been issued from Port Hardy for upgrades within the water system
Huu-ay-aht First Nation approves co-management development of liquefied natural gas facility
Huu-ay-aht First Nations made history last week, approving by referendum Steelhead LNG’s proposed liquid natural gas export facility on their traditional territory at Sarita Bay. The vote is the earliest point in a project development that a BC First Nations community has voted to approve an LNG facility or pipeline project. Huu-ay-aht is now the first British Columbia Nation to approve the co-management development of a liquefied natural gas facility. The Sarita Bay project is operating on a timeline of a 2020 decision and a 2024 completion date.
New multi family project proposed for Cumberland, with approximately 80 units
A six acre property has been purchased inside of Coal Valley Estates. The developer, Garry Renkema, plans to build 80 to 84 units. The units will be built as duplexes, tri-plexes and four-plexes. The design is in the conceptual stages and owner hopes to make an official application in the next few months.
Tender has been issued from Port Hardy for upgrades within the water system
The District of Port Hardy invites qualified engineering consultants to submit for the provision of professional services for the detail design, tendering and construction services of planned infrastructure upgrades within the District of Port Hardy water storage and distribution system. This project is funded pursuant of the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund.
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