47. For the purpose of promoting effective law enforcement in the vicinity of the pipeline, Foothills, in consultation with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the government of the Province, shall
(a) provide the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Sheriffs’ Services of the Province with immediate access to the pipeline and to persons employed in the construction or operation of the pipeline;
(b) establish methods, including appropriate identification practices, to facilitate the recovery of equipment or supplies belonging to Foothills that have been lost or stolen;
(c) prohibit access to any campsite established by Foothills by any unauthorized person;
(d) designate a person to whom all policing matters are to be referred; and
(e) provide sufficient information to enable the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to establish
(i) the nature and extent of the policing required on the pipeline,
(ii) a working arrangement between Foothills’ security personnel and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and
(iii) a system of reporting on policing matters.
48. Foothills shall not permit the possession by any person employed in the construction of the pipeline of a firearm or game-hunting device
(a) on any portion of the pipeline right-of-way where construction activity has commenced, or
(b) at any time in a campsite established by Foothills or on any property, vehicle or aircraft of Foothills
unless authorized, in writing, by the designated officer.
Housing and Work Camps
49. (1) Foothills shall, following consultation with
(a) the government of the Province,
(b) the Municipal Council of Fort St. John,
(c) the Municipal Council of Fort Nelson,
(d) the Board of the Peace River — Liard Regional District, and
(e) Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation,
submit to the designated officer for his approval a plan, to be known as the housing plan, that sets out the manner in which Foothills intends to provide housing for its permanent employees and those temporary employees not accommodated in work camps established by Foothills.
(2) Foothills shall not discriminate on the basis of
(a) the place of residence of the employee, or
(b) race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age or sex
when providing any housing benefit.
50. Foothills shall establish, to the satisfaction of the designated officer, work camps that are, insofar as practicable, self-sufficient.
51. (1) Foothills shall ensure that, where practical,
(a) the use by Foothills of telecommunication services for the pipeline does not adversely affect the telecommunication services in the Province; and
(b) any telecommunication infrastructure Foothills requires for the construction of the pipeline is built and maintained in such a manner as to improve the existing telecommunication services.
(2) Foothills shall submit to the designated officer for his approval a plan, to be known as the telecommunications plan, that sets out the manner in which Foothills intends to carry out the provisions of subsection (1).
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