The objection letters are in with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. So what now? Well, turns out there is something called the Environmental Bill of Rights. Usually, this is run at the same time that the MNRF runs its process. If you have concerns, make sure you fill out the environmental bill of rights by November 8, 2018:
You can, and should, also donate what you can manage to A.C.T.I.O.N., Association of Citizens Together in Our Nassageweya. This is an entirely volunteer community group trying to engage experts, local scientists and general concerns. To thoroughly review the James Dick application costs a lot of money – so make sure to support A.C.T.I.O.N. so that they can engage experts to do the heavy lifting for all of us. Donate NOW!