Grassy Mountain will produce high-quality metallurgical coal. That coal will be used to make steel, which is a basic building block for any economy.

If approved and built, Grassy Mountain would generate significant economic benefits for the region, for Alberta and for Canada, critical for recovery in a post-COVID-19 world.

The Grassy Mountain Project is located on legacy mining lands, at the site of a prior mining project that was abandoned in the 1960’s. Nearly 25% of the Grassy Mountain Project will be on land previously used for mining activity.

Grassy Mountain will incorporate industry-leading practices to protect both the environment and wildlife, to accelerate reclamation and to minimize noise and dust.

Economic Benefits

The Grassy Mountain Project will go a long way to return people to work and build opportunities in a post-COVID economy in Alberta and Crowsnest Pass.

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Indigenous Partners

Riversdale is proud of its relationship with the First Nations and Métis communities and the opportunities and jobs that the Project will create for these communities.

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Environmental Responsibility

Grassy Mountain will incorporate industry-leading practices to manage water use, protect wildlife, accelerate reclamation and minimize noise and dust.

 
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Environmental Responsibility

Grassy Mountain will incorporate industry-leading practices to manage water use, protect wildlife, accelerate reclamation and minimize noise and dust.

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Environmental Responsibility

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Regulatory Review Process

The Grassy Mountain Project application has been under review by government agencies since 2016, and now stands at 20,000 pages of well-researched detail.

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