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EUB Requires Environmental Impact Information for Revised Cheviot Mine Proposal

February 1, 2003

Wild Lands Advocate article, April 2004, by Philip Clement.

Since our last Cheviot update, the parent companies holding the coal leases for the proposed Cheviot mine, Luscar and Consol, have reached an agreement to merge with Fording River Coal, the largest coal company in Canada. Although the parent companies will now have more alternatives, the ramifications of the merger for the Cheviot mine are unclear.

Read the article: 200302_AR_CD.pdf

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