Site 00026629 - 128 - Naicatchewenin - 06243 - RAINY LAKE 17A - ON04883818

  • Status

    Initial testing completed. Detailed testing underway.
  • Site Status

    Active
  • Classification

    Not a Priority for Action

Site Details

  • Reporting Organization

  • Reason for Involvement

    A reserve as defined in the Indian Act
  • Property Type

    Canada Lands

Site Location

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  • Latitude, Longitude

    48.857829, -93.574469
  • Municipality

    Rainy Lake 17A, ON
  • Federal Electoral District

    Thunder Bay--Rainy River

Site Management Strategy

  • Assessment

Contaminant Details

Contamination Estimate

  • Hectares

    0

The following contaminated media was identified on the site:

Contaminant Type Medium Type
PHCs (petroleum hydrocarbons) Groundwater
PHCs (petroleum hydrocarbons) Soil
BTEXs (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene) Groundwater
BTEXs (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene) Soil
PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon) Groundwater
PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon) Soil
Metal, metalloid, and organometallic Groundwater
Metal, metalloid, and organometallic Soil
Other organics Groundwater
Other organics Soil

Population

This table contains the population estimates at distances around the site.

Radius Population
1 km36
5 km219
10 km242
25 km1,955
50 km20,620

Summary of Annually Reported Data

Total Expenditures

  • Assessment

    $40,324.00

Financial/Annual Information

2020-2021

  • Reporting Organization

    Indigenous Services Canada
  • Internal Identifier

    ON04883818
  • Highest Step Completed

    04 Classify Contaminated Site Using the CCME National Classification System
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Actual Cubic Meters Remediated

    0 m3
  • Actual Hectares Remediated

    0 ha
  • Actual Tons Remediated

    0 t
  • Closed

    No

2019-2020

  • Reporting Organization

    Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (Indian and Inuit Affairs Program)
  • Internal Identifier

    ON04883818
  • Highest Step Completed

    04 Classify Contaminated Site Using the CCME National Classification System
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Actual Cubic Meters Remediated

    0 m3
  • Actual Hectares Remediated

    0 ha
  • Actual Tons Remediated

    0 t
  • Closed

    No

2019-2020

  • Reporting Organization

    Indigenous Services Canada
  • Internal Identifier

    ON04883818
  • Highest Step Completed

    04 Classify Contaminated Site Using the CCME National Classification System
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Actual Cubic Meters Remediated

    0 m3
  • Actual Hectares Remediated

    0 ha
  • Actual Tons Remediated

    0 t
  • Closed

    No

2018-2019

  • Reporting Organization

    Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (Indian and Inuit Affairs Program)
  • Internal Identifier

    ON04883818
  • Highest Step Completed

    04 Classify Contaminated Site Using the CCME National Classification System
  • Total Assessment Expenditure

    $40,324.00
  • Total Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Total Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Assessment Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Remediation Expenditure

    $0.00
  • FCSAP Monitoring Expenditure

    $0.00
  • Actual Cubic Meters Remediated

    0 m3
  • Actual Hectares Remediated

    0.01 ha
  • Actual Tons Remediated

    0 t
  • Closed

    No