Mineral exploration program will involve a winter mob of drilling and satellite camp equipment and fuel required for the summer drilling program. There will be an initial snow removal team (2- member team with snowblower) that will be transported to Coates Lake via ski-mounted twin otter with appropriate supplies. Once the runway has been cleared a dash 7 or sky van will transport the drilling equipment, fuel, low-pressure track mounted vehicles and mobile camp to Coates Lake.

Also the continued operation of a camp located in the Coates Lake area to support mineral exploration including geological mapping, rock chip sampling, and soil sampling. Work will be based at the Coates Lake camp.  All transportation from the camp to the working areas will be by helicopter and all travel on the ground will be on foot.

Fuel required for the exploration program will include:

  • diesel, to run the generator and heat the tents;
  • Jet A/A-1, for the helicopter and turbine engine fixed wing aircraft;
  • unleaded gasoline to run the water pump; and 
  • propane to heat water and fuel the kitchen stove.

Water will be used for daily camp cooking, laundry and shower needs. Estimated water usage for the camp is 500 litres per day (0.5m3 /day).

 A temporary floating dock ("T"-shaped, approximately 4m long, with a 4m wide T, and 1.5m wide decking) will be located on Coates Lake to facilitate loading and unloading of float planes. The dock is constructed and will be installed in accordance with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Dock and Boathouse Construction Operational Statement. Access to the property is by chartered helicopter or fixed wing aircraft, either float or wheel equipped, from Fort Simpson, Wrigley, Tulita, Norman Wells, or the Cantung Mine. The Coates Lake camp infrastructure also includes an approximately 1,100ft long airstrip located approximately 3.9km south-southeast of the camp that was constructed in the 1960's. The project takes place ins both the Deh Cho Region as well as the Sahtu Settlement Area.


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2. Initial/Renewal Application

Application and Related Docs
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MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Receipt - Application Fee - Dec11-19.pdf (35.8 KB) December 11, 2019 January 8, 2020
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Land Use Permit Application Supporting Document - Dec9_19.pdf (1.92 MB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Land Use Permit Application Form - Dec9_19.pdf (635.12 KB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Engagement Record - Dec9_19.pdf (554.55 KB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Engagement Plan - Dec9_19.pdf (933.64 KB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Waste Management Plan - Dec9_19.pdf (622.52 KB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Redbed Spill Response Plan - Dec9_19.pdf (4.01 MB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Cover Letter - Dec9_19.pdf (46.52 KB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
Consultations - Reviews - Work Plans
Document Received/Sent Uploaded
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Draft Land Use Permit Conditions - Dec11_19.doc (157.5 KB) December 11, 2019 December 11, 2019

6. Management Plans

Conceptual Closure and Reclamation Plan
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MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Closure and Restoration Plan - V1- Dec9_19.pdf (1.52 MB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
Engagement Plan
Document Received/Sent Uploaded
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Engagement Record - V1 - Dec9_19.pdf (554.55 KB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Engagement Plan - V1 - Dec9_19.pdf (933.64 KB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
Spill - Contingency - Emergency Response
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MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Redbed Spill Response Plan - V1 - Dec9_19.pdf (4.01 MB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019
Waste Management Plan
Document Received/Sent Uploaded
MV2019C0029 - Redbed Resources Corp. - Waste Management Plan - V1 - Dec9_19.pdf (622.52 KB) December 9, 2019 December 10, 2019