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Community Discussions

There will be 7 interactive community discussions in Part Two of the consultation process. All of these discussions will take place in communities along the route of the proposed Energy East Pipeline and will take place from 6:00 – 9:30pm. The discussions will start with a half hour open house at 6:00pm where participants will have the opportunity to view display panels and speak with the OEB and its technical advisors one-on-one. A presentation and discussion will take place between 6:30 and 9:00pm. The meeting will close with another half hour open house from 9:00 – 9:30pm.

Online Community Discussions

If you are unable to attend a meeting in-person you can view and listen to the presentation, and provide written comments and questions live and online. The presentation and discussion will take place between 6:30 and 9:00pm.  We encourage you to sign in at 6:20pm so that you have time to get set up and be ready when the online discussion begins.

The dates and locations for these meetings are as follows (Please note that the Kenora online community discussion will commence at 6:30pm Central Standard Time and 7:30pm Eastern Standard Time):

 
Kenora – January 13
Lakeside Inn
470 First Avenue
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North Bay – January 21
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 23
150 First Avenue West
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Thunder Bay – January 14
Valhalla Inn
1 Valhalla Inn Road
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Ottawa (Kanata) – January 22
Brookstreet Hotel
525 Legget Drive
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Kapuskasing – January 19
Kapuskasing Civic Centre
88 Riverside Drive
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Cornwall – January 27
Ramada Cornwall
805 Brookdale Avenue
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Timmins – January 20
Timmins Inn & Suites
1800 Riverside Drive
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First Nation and Métis Community Discussions

There will be 8 interactive discussions with First Nation and Métis communities in Part Two of the engagement process.

These First Nation and Métis community discussions will focus on issues that are of particular concern to Aboriginal communities.

These meetings do not provide a substitute for any duty to consult with First Nation and Métis communities that may rest with the federal government or others.

For more information on the First Nation and Métis community discussions, please contact the First Nations and Métis facilitation team at energyeast@counselpa.com.

The details for these community discussions are as follows:

 
Kenora – January 13
12:00 – 4 pm
Best Western Lakeside Inn
470 First Avenue South
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North Bay – January 21
12:00 – 4 pm
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 23
150 First Avenue West
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Thunder Bay – January 14
12:00 – 4 pm
Valhalla Inn
1 Valhalla Inn Road
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Pembroke – January 23 (cancelled)
12:00 – 4 pm
Best Western Pembroke Inn
and Conference Centre
1 International Drive
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Nipigon – January 15
10:00 – 2 pm
Nipigon Community Centre
138 Wadsworth Drive
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Algonquins of Ontario
Timmins – January 20
12:00 – 4 pm
Timmins Inn & Suites
1800 Riverside Drive
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Akwesasne
  Métis Nation of Ontario – TBC
 

 

 

Stakeholder Forum

On January 29th and 30th, the OEB will be hosting a stakeholder forum in Ottawa. The purpose of this forum is to give members of the Province-wide Stakeholder Group the opportunity to make brief presentations that specifically address the province-wide impacts of TransCanada’s proposed Energy East pipeline. The forum will be open to the public attendance. Additional details about the stakeholder forum are available in the agenda.

If you are unable to attend either day of the Stakeholder Forum in-person you can view and listen to the presentation, and provide written comments and questions online. Day 1 will begin on January 29th at 9:00am and end at 5:30pm. Day 2 will begin on January 30th at 9:00am and end at 11:30am.  On both days you will be able to login in at 8:50am.

Stakeholder Forum – Day 1 (January 29th)
9:00am – 5:30pm
Hilton Garden Inn, Ballroom
2400 Alert Road, Ottawa

Stakeholder Forum – Day 2 (January 30th)
9:00am – 11:30am
Hilton Garden Inn, Ballroom
2400 Alert Road, Ottawa