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James Bay hydro-electric project

Canada. Lands Directorate

James Bay hydro-electric project

a statement of environmental concerns and recommendations for protection and enhancement measures.

by Canada. Lands Directorate

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Published by Environment Canada in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • James Bay Hydroelectric Project.,
  • Electric power-plants -- Environmental aspects

  • Edition Notes

    On cover: James Bay hydro-electric project environmental concerns.

    Other titlesJames Bay hydro-electric project environmental concerns
    The Physical Object
    Pagination45 p. fold. col. map. ;
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18836936M

    James Bay Project La Grande 1, 2A, 3, 4 Robert-Bourassa Laforge 1, 2 Brisay Eastmain 1, 1A Itaipu Three Gorges Guri Krasnoyarsk Niagara River. New York Colorado River, Lake Mead, Nevada Clinch River, Norris Lake, Tennessee La Grande River Watershed and Laforge River, Quebcc, Canada Parana River, Itaipu Lake, Paraguay/Brazil Yangze River, Three. ** THE RUPERT RIVER DIVERSION ** Enjoy this spectacular wild river while you can!! A deal was negotiated between the Quebec Government and the Grand Council of the Crees of Quebec in October which opened the way for the Rupert River to be diverted for a hydro-electric power project by Quebec Hydro - part of the controversial James Bay II project.

    In pairs, students will review the clips titled "High hopes for the James Bay Project" and "Cree upset by Quebec's mega-project", and complete the download sheet Pros and Cons, listing the primary.   The H loader, introduced in , was the first Hough articulated loader and it positioned the operator on the forward section. The Job: The James Bay Hydro Electric Development Project in Northern Quebec. Long time HCEA Canada member, Jack Pearce, of Kirkland, Quebec was the I-H marketing executive for Eastern Canada during the era.

    James Bay Agreement creates the Cree School Board, which assumes responsibility for education of all Cree children of James Bay, Quebec in Instruction in the Cree language is mandated. Fort George community and schools are relocated to nearby Chisasibi due to James Bay hydro-electric project’s effects on La Grande-Riviére. The James Bay Road although paved is basically a road that was initially built for Hydro Quebec to access the James Bay Region when they built the James Bay Hydro Electric Project. The road now is primarily used as a logging route, and as access to other natural resource locations. For more info on the James Bay Road see this WIKIPEDIA link.


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James Bay hydro-electric project by Canada. Lands Directorate Download PDF EPUB FB2

The James Bay Project (French: projet de la Baie-James) refers to the construction by state-owned utility Hydro-Québec of a series of hydroelectric power stations on the La Grande River in northwestern Quebec, Canada, and the diversion of neighbouring rivers into the La Grande is located between James Bay to the west and Labrador to the James Bay hydro-electric project book and its waters flow from the.

InHydro-Québec and the Québec government initiated the James Bay Project, a monumental hydroelectric-power development on the east coast of James Bay.

Over the course of two phases they built a total of eight generating stations, allowing for the pollution-free production of a significant portion of Québec's electricity. The James Bay Hydroelectric Project - Issue of the Century When Robert Bourassa unveiled the first phase of the James Bay hydroelectric project in the early s, he called it “the project of the century.” This seemed an appropriate term for a scheme that would alter 19 waterways, create 27 reservoirs and cost tens of billions of dollars.

File Size: KB. Hydro-Quebec Project: The only reason for building the Roads leading up to James Bay (James Bay Road, Trans Taiga Road, North Road) was to deliver equipment and supplies to the giant multi-billion dollar James Bay Hydro-Electric page explains a little about the project and its impact.

This are the negative/positive impacts or influences of the James bay hydroelectric project, both environmentally and socially. Planning and construction of the James Bay Hydroelectric project began in the early s, when the effect of such projects on the physical and social environment was seldom considered.

As the project matured, however, its unique and diverse environmental impacts came under intense scrutiny on both sides of the border. Located in northeastern Canada, in the province of Quebec, the James Bay Road runs north from its beginning at Matagami to Radisson, km ( miles) is a very remote road - there are no towns along the road (except at either end), and only one place to buy gas in between (at km ).

James Bay borders on Quebec and Ontario and islands within the bay are part of Nunavut. James Bay was discovered by Henry Hudson but named for Thomas James, an English captain who explored the area more thoroughly in The Quebec government has been developing rivers for hydroelectricity in the James Bay watershed since James Bay is a.

The James Bay Cree hydroelectric conflict refers to the resistance by James Bay Cree to the James Bay Hydroelectric Project and the Quebec Government, beginning in The agreement paved the way for the construction of a final element of the original James Bay Project, the Eastmain-1 power station.

The James Bay Hydroelectric Project is a government hydroelectricity project that generates aro megawatts of electricity. It also takes up around ,km2 of Quebec's land. Get this from a library. James Bay hydro-electric project: a statement of environmental concerns and recommendations for protection and enhancement measures.

[Canada. McCue recalls the five months, when he was seventeen, that he lived on the land with a Cree elder, his spouse and three younger sons. I'm old enough to remember the construction of the James Bay hydro-electric project and read stories about the impact on the land, the first nations, and related issues that came to light years later.4/5.

James Bay Cree and Hydro-Quebec For the James Bay Cree people of northern Quebec province in Canada, the watershed event was the decision in to develop the hydro-electric potential of their rivers.

Facing one of the largest energy development projects ever built, the Cree people and their Inuit allies in the Hudson Bay area demanded. Since its initial construction phase in the s, the James Bay Project has created a complex chain reservoir by integrating all the watersheds of the eastern shores of the Hudson Bay from the southern tip of James Bay to Ungava Bay in the north, diverting the flow of water from four major rivers into its large body of water, ultimately.

James Bay Project: Grand plans for more hydro power The Story The James Bay Project helps Quebec become an economic powerhouse as cheap electricity attracts foreign investment and the sale of.

The James Bay Hydroelectric Project proposed by Hydro-Quebec, the government run electricity company, would construct three major dams at James Bay. The project would supply electricity to millions of people, but would also submerge entire Cree communities.

MONTREAL—Inthere were six Cree villages situated in northern Quebec, around the eastern coast of James Bay. Only one was connected to. In this book, the author, Zebedee Nungak outlines all the changes that took place when the Government of Quebec and the provincial utility Hydro-Quebec started construction of the “project of the century” – the James Bay hydro-electric project.

Second Report on James Bay Environmental - Water resources development - 25 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying Hydrographic Ice cover impact studies Impact-oriented Studies Inland Waters Directorate JAAUARY James Bay Development James Bay Project James Bay Report James Bay territory July l97l landform.

The Eeyouch of Istchee traces the history of the James Bay Cree of Northern Quebec from when Robert Bourassa announced his "Project of the Century" – the damming or diverting of all major rivers in Eeyou territory, to the present in four powerful episodes.

The series speaks to the social, political, economic, and spiritual life of the. In his new epilogue, Crowe surveys the major land claims since -- some settled, most still under negotiation, and some, like the James Bay hydro-electric project, being challenged. Crowe also explains the complexities of the land-claims process and points out the irony inherent in native peoples having to help create numerous "foreign.Of Note: The Frank Co., begun in the ’s, had been acquired by I-H in the early ’s.

The H loader, introduced inwas the first Hough articulated loader and it positioned the operator on the forward section.

The Job: The James Bay Hydro Electric Development Project in Northern Quebec.of many studies, especially since in relation to the James Bay hydro-electric project. Information on Cree fish names in some communities in this area has been published (Table l), but the material has not been compared and no standard orthography was used.

A systematic study is.