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NOV 29TH     SINCE TIME BEGAN : salus populi suprema est lex - the right of the people is the supreme law : IN TRUTH WE TRUST     2018 ADE
Understanding How To Enter Into Successful Mutual Interests Master Services Agreements with First Nations In Canada. 

Today Ontario has announced their alternate carbon tax plan. And, in this regard we are now moved to explain how Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia have successfully contributed to a national, comprehensive initiative with our MwecommercegroupICG since 1960.

Further, we are submitting this brief commentary to you with the intent of providing elementary information regarding how Alberta has been a senior pathfinder in establishing alternative energy resource development for the provincial and national marketplace. We do this with a proven history of electric energy development power purchase agreements in Canada since 1990. And, with regard to Alberta, we have been seconded as consultants to the province (alternate energy committee and the siting of the hazardous waste treatment plant) since 1988.

Backgrounder : Mother Earth Natural Resources & Our Solar Partner : Sustainability : Biomass :
  1. Since 1960, Alberta has collaborated with private industry to develop regulatory provisions for in situ biomass resources to be developed for commercial agricultural / horticultural use; as well as collaborating with federal ministries to formulate sound environmental standards. In 1990, we collaborated with the Alberta and Saskatchewan Research Councils - and, the environment ministry) to formulate gold-standard regulatory provisions for electric power trigeneration developments
  2. In advance to these regulatory developments, the federal government and the province of Ontario had joint ventured with a scientific engineering purpose study and publication in 1925 to determine the energy market opportunities of prevailing P1-Factor biomass natural resources
  3. And, the current domestic inventory of these affordable, sustainable, renewable P1-Factor biomass resources represent a market competitive volume in excess of 300+-billion tonnes; with an unfolding additional volume of circa 10-k billion tonnes arising and percolating to surface during these next 100 years as our atmospheric climate continues to grow warmer
  4. In 1988-89, we seconded a team from the University of Alberta to assist our commercial group in formulating the SVSIHHI : Survival Villages Systems - International Holistic Healing Institutes : the trigeneration of electric power, hydroponic greenhouses; and, bio-science R&D centres for each 30 Mwe Tri-Gen project.
  5. And, it is through our CSSP First Nations Compact that we have developed the commercial template for establishing 3300 30-Mwe Tri-Gen projects across Canada within the 600+ First Nations territories; producing 100,000 Mwe green electric power for the hydroponic greenhouses - which are structured to produce the reconciliation resources for the carbon capture market (as well as the CH4 emissions crisis). In this regard, Canada is the global leader in possessing the percolation emissions of the forthcoming CH4 emissions (impacting on the ozone 30 times greater than CO2)
  6. We have established a series of green energy trigeneration CSSP First Nation commercial SVSIHHI. And, within these enterprises, we have continued to secure our catalogue of domestic and international Turn-Key Contractors to construct these projects regarding the formations  of non-committal, confidential,  exploratory information sessions. These initiatives are coordinated with our emissary offices. Economic advantages abound : P1-Factor Energies.
Again, with regard to Alberta, we are pleased to note that there has been a high regard by the province for more than sixty years to considering alternative energy development programs that encourage the private sector to develop leading technologies and to secure capital syndicates that will provide the inevitable transition of a just society modern era balance between the traditional energy sectors and the current unfolding alternate renewable green energy industries. And, the inventoried P1-Factor resource base in Alberta has been inventoried by CSSP First Nations.

Gaia-Watts Formations' SVSIHHI template is the flagship enterprise since 1960; and, today ICG LTD serves as the central agency. 
The general domestic Canadian business community has not developed an in-depth First Nations commerce and trade dialogue. This is unfortunate since there is a prevailing nation-to-nation treaty between the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy) and the Empire of the Netherlands which has now prevailed consecutively for more than 400 years - the oldest commercial trade agreement in the world. 

Since 1960, MWEcommercegroup ICG (the current reference name to the series of companies that have unfolded since 1960) is the pathfinder in these matters. And, further, the CSSP First Nations context has been the leading and integral component since that original commercial enterprise period in Alberta.

Our commercial connection to Ontario began during the 1930s through forestry and sawmill operations. The Quebec relationship evolved through our 1990 period electric energy exploratory dialogue on matters of Quebec Hydro providing power purchase agreements to indigenous peoples commercial operations that would be developed along the electric transmission grid flowing down from the Great Whale project - these CSSP First Nations projects would utilize the biomass resources that would be impacted by the flooding of regions as affected by this Great Whale project; and, therein, reducing the likelihood of mercury entering the fresh water streams.

In British Columbia, we entered into agreements with leading commercial sectors to resolve their adverse environmental impacts from their developments through our SVSIHHI provisions.

And, again, in Saskatchewan, we expanded our seventy year relationship through securing CSSP First Nations power purchase agreements with SaskPower - which included their inclusion of establishing that gold-standard EIA regulatory regime : which we encouraged (our 15 Mwe project included the $1.5 Million environmental impact assessment conducted by the Alberta & Saskatchewan Research Councils team) for purposes of establishing the model for these P1-Factor biomass projects across Canada ... noting that our three 30-Mwe Ontario projects were entitled to proceed simply by posting a $100,000 bond for each SVSIHHI. The impetus, here, was to discourage incompetent projects by enforcing the Saskatchewan EIA standards. (note our standard MSA excel reference here : EIA cost now $2-M / SVSIHHI).

Summary : CSSP First Nations SVSIHHI Projects : 3300 30-Mwe : Canada :
  1. Each 30-Mwe TriGen SVSIHHI project is financed through a $200-M USD capital syndication
  2. The In-Service date following the engineering plans approval (and the EIA) is traditionally scheduled Day 730
  3. These SVSIHHI projects are labour-intensive designed : 100 full time employees in each of the three Tri-Gen divisions - based upon 20 greenhouses / 30-Mwe : this is accelerated when the SVSIHHI highlights the carbon capture initiatives; therein, the 30-Mwe is secured to provide electric power to 600 5,000 s.m. bio-hydroponic cells : each producing 8-M tree seedlings per annum
  4. These SVSIHHI projects are closed-loop - zero atmospheric emissions from the facilities
  5. Additionally, these SVSIHHI are developed as optional sites to accommodate immigration events that will be accelerated across the globe throughout this century as the world begins to accommodate the millions of dislocated people (UN warms 1-2 billion before xxii century). Each 30-Mwe TriGen can accommodate (with in situ biomass electric energy resources) 30,000 people in rural regions via the 100-M immigration plan for developing the private theme cities : 10-M immigration per province during balance of this century (global population peaks @ 11.2 billion as we enter xxii century; Canada's population will be 64-M @ 2050).
These SVSIHHI projects are designed to transition the private city into principal health care centres for the domestic and international medical services marketplace. Immigrants qualify for units via the FPP Agreement. Residential habitats are converted to a hospital unit every 5 years as employees option to reside in alternate in situ suites. Individuals may be sponsored into these trust accounts by their origin nation state; or, via an IGO registered at the UN.

Ralph Goodwin (director), is the contact person through the Indigen Commerce Group Ltd Canada offices. Private mobile 1.250.709.1809

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