Fonds ath-2059 - Alberta - Pacific Forest Industries Inc. fonds

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Alberta - Pacific Forest Industries Inc. fonds

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CA ATH ath-2059

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2.82 m of textual records. - 2 videocassette

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Crestbrook Forest Industries Ltd. received approval from the Government of Alberta in Dec. 1990 to construct a $1.6 billion bleached kraft pulp mill south of the Athabasca River between the towns of Athabasca and Lac La Biche, approximately 200 km north of Edmonton. Crestbrook incorporated an Alberta company, Alberta-Pacific Forest Industies Inc., to be the operating company for the project acting on behalf of Crestbrook, Mitsubishi and other major investors.

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The fonds consists of a 1989 brochure of the proposed plant with a "process flow pictorial"; a 1990 Alberta Forestry, Lands and Wildlife brochure of programs and initiatives; AL-PAC pamphlets about the plant, the process and employment opportunites; AL-PAC Environmental Impact Assessment Review Board public hearing procedures and documents; curriculum vitae for 18 expert witnesses and advisors for the review board; and 1997, 1998 AL-PAC Research Inventory with maps and Annual Operating Plan. A videocassette was filmed in Oct. 1989 when Dr.Robert Dykes of Prince George, B.C. spoke on the health issues connected to pulp mills. The 1993 videocassette is AL-PAC Progress Report #3.

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Alan Bradfield for AL-PAC; picked up at pulp mill hearings and deposits from the public library.


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  • The material is in English.

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inventories are available for accessions# 90.31 and 90.56

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Record No. 89.52, 89.63 (Videocassette# 124), 90.31 (BOX 30), FFC;90.48, 90.55, 90.56 (BOXES 65-72), 91.23, 99.21;99.37 (Videocassette # 201)<br><br>

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