Kitimat Economic Development Association

OUR PROJECTS

Houston-37 connector and corridor, new housing developments i.e. active adult housing, impact studies of major projects slated for the community and the needs regarding those, an industrial route on the west side to eliminate heavy traffic through town, and to attract commercial enterprise in the form of shopping and service.

PROPOSED INDUSTRIAL ROUTE - HIGHWAY 37 SOUTH

KITIMAT HARBOUR GROUP’S ORAL PRESENTATION TO THE JOINT REVIEW PANEL FOR THE ENBRIDGE NORTHERN GATEWAY PROJECT – AUGUST 31, 2010

 

My name is Victor Maskulak and my co-presenter is Ron Burnett, we are both members of the Kitimat Harbour Group.

 
 

PROPOSED COASTAL UTILITY CORRIDOR PUBLIC ROAD FROM HOUSTON, BC TO KITIMAT, BC PRESENTED BY THE KITIMAT HARBOUR GROUP – CHAIRPERSON, MR. RON BURNETT AND VICTOR MASKULAK – AUGUST 31, 2010

 

A focus of the Terms of Reference for the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline has specifically identified the need for the Project to demonstrate how it is meeting the Principles of Sustainability. For our community, the principles of sustainability are rooted in economic, social and environmental components of the project. For the purpose of this presentation, we want to focus on one aspect, economic.

 

PROPOSED COASTAL UTILITY CORRIDOR PUBLIC ROAD FROM HOUSTON, BC TO KITIMAT, BC APPENDICES - APPENDICES ONLY (PDF FILE)

 
 

STUDY OF THE COASTAL CONNECTOR CORRIDOR FROM HOUSTON, BC TO KITIMAT BC

In the spring of 2005 an independent study was conducted by V.N. Maskulak, for the Kitimat Economic Development Commission, to determine the most desirable alternative Corridor route through the Coast Mountains. This initiative was a follow-up on a proposal by the governments of BC and Alberta to analyze the northern corridor. (Mr. Harb Sihota, Project Manager, Corporate Initiatives Branch Ministry of Small Business and Economic Development, March 2004). This study concluded that the Telkwa Pass route would best serve the northwest providing that the slope stability problem in the Copper River could be overcome and that until a west coast terminus of a contemplated utility pipeline route was determined, by the various proponents, no further work would be required. Read more