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CANADA (Click on the different headings to open/close the related information)
(This section includes Stage of RAP development, Beneficial Use Impairments and their delisting targets, and information on whether the AOC has been accurately mapped.)
Stage of RAP Development: 1

Are electronic maps available that include the AOC's geographic boundaries and associated sources of pollution? Yes

Beneficial Use Impairments (BUI):
(The BUI will appear underlined if a delisting target has been determined.
If underlined, click on the BUI to display the delisting target.)
Restriction on Fish & Wildlife Consumption
* Virtual elimination and zero discharge of persistent toxins.
* Eliminate fish consumption restrictions.
Degradation of Fish and Wildlife Population
* Promote self-sustaining population of indigenous species.
* Prevent invasion of foreign organisms.
* Fish and wildlife populations should not differ from surrounding area.
Degradation of Benthos
* Atmospheric inputs should not adversely impact aquatic biota.
* Benthic communities should not differ from surrounding areas.
* Elimination of toxins and contaminants in aquatic organisms.
Restrictions on Dredging Activities
Continued use of harbour for discharge if under environmentally controlled conditions.
Loss of Fish and Wildlife Habitat
Estimated remaining volume of contaminated sediment within the AOC: no information

Remediation to Date: Natural Recovery

Planned Action Regarding Sediment Remediation
Project Name: Amt. to be Remediated: Estimated Cost:
Jellicoe Cove 20,000 m 3 no information
Improvements to Wastewater Infrastructure - Dollars Spent:
No wastewater needs identified in the RAP

Identified Future Costs for Wastewater Infra. - Dollars Needed:
No wastewater needs identified in the RAP
Projects / Proposals / Costs:
None Identified
Mercury contaminated material was removed from a former chlor-alkali plant & safely disposed
Secondary treatment of effluent at Kraft pulp mill eliminated dioxins and furans
Studies are on-going to determine the extent and depth of mercury contamination. Bioaccumulation studies will determine if there is a need for dredging.
Federal: John Marsden
Environment Canada
4905 Dufferin Street
Downsview, Ontario
(416) 739-4759
Provincial: Patrick Morash
Ontario MOE
435 James St. S., Suite 221E
3rd Floor, P.O. Box 5000
Thunder Bay, ON   P7C 5G6
(807) 475-1271
Local / PAC: no information

Please Note: Values provided are intended as indicators only, and may not capture all expenditures or work done. Summary is based on best available Information. "No Information" indicates relevant information was not available at time of publication.