SAVE QUESNEL LAKE
IMPORTANT MEETING: MARCH 28, 2022
Community meeting held by MPMC in Likely, BC. This meeting will discuss the application for an extension to discharge into Quesnel Lake until 2025 and beyond. PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDAR'S.
YOUR VOICE IS NEEDED!
Protect Quesnel Lake and the Fraser River watershed from discharge of untreated mine wastewater to 2025 and beyond. Permit # 11678 Discharge Amendment
Help us tell the BC Government TO DO THEIR JOB and protect the integrity of the once Pristine Quesnel Lake from decades of
untreated mine effluent! If you OPPOSE this Mine Permit Amendment, LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!
Send your letter/email by APRIL 1, 2022 to;
Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy Mining Authorization.
Mount Polley Mining Corporation.
Mail to Box 12, Likely BC, V0L 1N0
NOTE ** The identity of any respondents and the contents of anything submitted in relation to this application will become part of the public record.
The Concerned Citizens of Quesnel Lake is a small group with a big issue, the last legal remedy to save Quesnel Lake is an environmental appeal. Win or lose this will force a change in any industry that uses water.
This is the FIRST ever video showing one of the four diffusers discharging contaminated mine wastewater at the Mount Polley Mine (Imperial Metals) in B.C., Canada into Quesnel Lake.
THE CELEBRITIES OF QUESNEL LAKE
One of the main goals of CCQL is to protect our fish. Quesnel Lake is home to many varieties of fish species including: Sockeye, Spring and landlocked Kokanee salmon. As well as Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, and Gerard Rainbow Trout.