Canada Nickel Company said today it started an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
(ESIA) for its Crawford Nickel Cobalt Sulphide project.
Canada Nickel is advancing the its Crawford nickel-cobalt sulphide discovery in the Timmins mining camp.
“Canada Nickel is rapidly advancing the development of the Crawford mine to deliver NetZero Nickel and Cobalt
products in a sustainable, environmentally responsible way. We will be announcing results from our Preliminary
Economic Analysis (PEA) shortly and expect the feasibility study to be completed by year-end, therefore we want
to begin this critical ESIA work as quickly as possible,” said Mark Selby, Chair and CEO of Canada Nickel.
“Initiating environmental data acquisition and our social engagement process at this early stage sends a clear
signal of the importance that the company places in reducing its environmental footprint and building
meaningful and lasting relationships with all project stakeholders. As we have in each dimension of the project,
we are working with industry leaders Golder and Wood who have a proven track record of successful project
delivery in this region.”
Golder and Wood Canada are helping gather environmental data
collection required for the ESIA.
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