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Snap Lake Diamond Project Agreement to Support the Secondary Diamond Industry In the Northwest Territories 2004

Category: Agreement
Sub Category:Support Agreement (Canada)
Location:Northwest Territories, Canada
Alternative Names:
  • De Beers Snap Lake Agreement to Support the Secondary Diamond Industry in the Northwest Territories
  • Subject Matter:Economic Development | Mining and Minerals
    Summary Information:
    The Snap Lake Diamond Project Agreement to Support the Secondary Diamond Industry in the Northwest Territories (Support Agreement) is one of three agreements signed between the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) and De Beers Canada Mining Inc (DBCMI) on 21 May 2004. It was developed in collaboration with the Dogrib Treaty 11 Council, the Yellowknives Dene First Nation, Lutsel K'e Dene Band and the North Slave Metis Alliance. The Support Agreement reflects De Beers Canada's commitment to support the Northwest Territories secondary diamond industry in a range of areas which honour commitments previously made by DBCMI. The commercial terms of the Support Agreement remain confidential.

    Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Snap Lake Diamond Project Environmental Agreement 2004
  • Snap Lake Diamond Project Socio-Economic Agreement 2004
  • Organisation
  • De Beers Canada Mining Inc - Signatory
  • Government of the Northwest Territories - Signatory
  • Dogrib Treaty 11 Council
  • Yellowknives Dene First Nation
  • Lutsel K'e Dene Band
  • North Slave Metis Alliance
  • Event
  • Report of Environmental Assessment and Reasons for Decision on the De Beers Canada Snap Lake Project 2003

  • References

    Media Release
    Government of the Northwest Territiories (2004) 'GNWT Signs De Beers Snap Lake Agreements'
    Resource
    Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board (2003) Report of Environmental Assessment and Reasons for Decision on the De Beers Canada Mining Inc. Snap Lake Diamond Project

    Glossary

    Support Agreement (Canada)

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