Media Room


News Releases

DateNews ReleaseSource
October 4, 2012The Government of Canada is investing $1 billion over three years (through to 2014) for managing federal contaminated sitesEnvironment Canada
August 13, 2012Government of Canada Announces Infrastructure Improvements and Remediation Activities for 5 Wing Goose BayNational Defence and the Canadian Forces
Sept 1, 2011Government of Canada announces three projects for 5 WingNational Defence and the Canadian Forces
July 12, 2009Government of Canada Supports Goose Bay Economy through Environmental Clean-Up ProjectNational Defence and the Canadian Forces
June 29, 2009The Distant Early Warning Line clean-up projectNational Defence and the Canadian Forces
May 22, 2009Mould Bay Clean-Up Part of Canada's Economic Action PlanEnvironment Canada
April 8, 2009Canada's Economic Action Plan Makes Major Investment in Oshawa HarbourEnvironment Canada
April 24, 2008Government Commits to Clean-up St. Lawrence Seaway Contaminated SiteEnvironment Canada
July 26, 2007Canada's New Government Invests $214 Million to Clean Up Contaminated SitesEnvironment Canada
July 26, 2007Backgrounder: Federal contaminated sites receiving fundsEnvironment Canada
Dec. 2, 2006Workers recognized for environmental clean up of Resolution IslandAboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Oct. 13, 2005Indian and Northern Affairs Canada to clean up Manitoba's federal contaminates sitesAboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Oct. 13, 2005Fact Sheet: Federal contaminated sites in ManitobaAboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Aug. 2, 2005Concrete Measures to Remediate 97 Contaminated Federal Sites - The Government of Canada will invest more than $150 million in 2005-06Environment Canada
Aug. 2, 2005Backgrounder: Federal contaminated sites receiving 2005-2006 funds; Federal Contaminated Sites Action PlanEnvironment Canada
July 6, 2005Inuit Firms Secure Three Contaminated Sites ContractsAboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
March 15, 2005Canada, Government of the Northwest Territories agree to cooperate on Giant Mine Remediation ProjectAboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
May 18, 2004Government of Canada Announces $175 Million for Accelerated Remediation of Fifty-Seven Contaminated SitesEnvironment Canada

Speeches

DateSpeech
October 4, 2012Minister Kent’s Remarks on the launch of the Federal Contaminated Sites (FCSAP) Phase II
Aug. 02, 2005Improving federal stewardship of contaminated sites: Speaking notes for the Honourable Stéphane Dion, P.C., M.P. Minister of the Environment
Sept. 19, 2005Canada's Project Green: Speaking notes for the Honourable Stéphane Dion, M.P. Minister of the Environment