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Compliance Coal: EAO not treating fairly the Raven EA review.

Letter to the BC EAO, Compliance Coal Corp., August 25, 2015

550 – 800 West Pender Street
Vancouver, BC V6C 2V6
Tel: 604-689-0489 Fax: 604-681-5910

August 25, 2015

Ms. Shelley Murphy
Executive Project Director
BC Environment Assessment Office
PO Box 9426 Stn Prov Govt
Victoria, BC V8W 9V1

CoalWatch to Raven coal proponents: 'Time to fish or cut bait'

Candace Wu, Parksville Qualicum Beach News, Aug 13, 2015

Compliance Coal Corporation has less than three weeks to save its bid to build a coal mine near Buckley Bay, less than 50 kilometres from Qualicum Beach.

The Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) is giving Compliance until August 28 to submit more information about its proposed Raven coal mine operation.

Coalwatch applauds EAO action requesting Raven Coal Mine project plans

Press Release, CoalWatch Comox Valley, August 11 2015

On June 4, 2015 CoalWatch Comox Valley Society submitted a written request to the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) asking that the environmental assessment (EA) for the proposed Raven Coal Mine Project be terminated by the EAO.

"... the EAO has notified CoalWatch that ... the EAO requested Compliance Coal provide information on Compliance’s project plans and ... the continuation of the EA. The EAO requires this information by August 28, 2015."

John Snyder presents gift of appreciation to Dr. Gilles Wendling

CoalWatch News, July 10 2015

CoalWatch President John Snyder presents Dr. Gilles Wendling with a gift of appreciation for his efforts on the Raven Coal Mine issue.

The Letter of Appreciation to Dr. Wendling said:

As a token of our appreciation, CoalWatch Comox Valley Society would like to present to Dr. Gilles Wendling the limited edition print “Stillness” by artist Andy Everson.

Over the past 6 years, Dr. Wendling’s extraordinary expertise and “above and beyond the call of duty” contributions have made a significant difference in the battle against the proposed Raven Coal
Mine Project near Fanny Bay, BC.

In part, because of Dr. Wendling’s efforts, the proposed Raven Coal Mine Project has thus far been thwarted, and the project will continue to face widespread opposition.

Presented by John Snyder, President, on behalf of the Board Members of the CoalWatch Comox Valley Society.

Compliance still intends to carry on with Raven mine project

Scott Stanfield, Comox Valley Record, July 30 2015

Despite the loss of one minority partner and the apparent loss of another, Compliance Energy Corporation still intends to forge ahead with the proposed Raven underground coal mine in Baynes Sound.

Compliance Energy Share Consolidation

News Release, Compliance Energy, July 30 2015

Vancouver, Canada, July 30, 2015 - Compliance Energy Corporation (the “Company). announces that its share capital will be consolidated on the basis of one (1) new common share without par value for every ten (10) existing common shares without par value (the “Share Consolidation”) effective at the opening of the market on July 31, 2015. There are presently 78,139,283 common shares without par value issued and outstanding and following the share consolidation, there will be 7,813,928 common shares without par value issued and outstanding.

Compliance Energy Proposes Share Consolidation

News Release, Compliance Energy Corp., July 16 2015

VANCOUVER, July 17, 2015 /CNW/ - Compliance Energy Corporation ("Compliance" or the "Corporation") announces a proposed consolidation of its share capital on the basis of one (1) new common share without par value for every ten (10) existing common shares without par value (the "Share Consolidation"), so that the issued and outstanding common shares of the Corporation are altered from [78,139,283] common shares without par value to approximately [7,813,928] common shares without par value, subject to adjustment for any further share issuances made by the Corporation prior to the Share Consolidation being made effective.

Itochu and LG leave the Comox Joint Venture; Compliance Energy "thwarted"

News Release, Compliance Energy Corp., June 26 2015

Vancouver, Canada, June 26, 2015 – Compliance Energy Corporation (the “Company”) announces that Itochu Corporation of Japan (“Itochu”) has completed its withdrawal from the Comox Joint Venture as of June 12,
2015 and LG International Corporation of Korea (“LGi”) have also informed the Company of their planned withdrawal from the project.

Compliance Energy releases its 2014 Annual Report

CoalWatch News, April 30 2015

Compliance Energy Corp. has released its 2014 Audited Financial Statements and the Management Discussion & Analysis (MD&A)

As expected, the auditors included an "Emphasis of Matter" in its letter to shareholders indicating "significant doubt about the Company’s ability to continue as a going concern."

Stop wasting our time over Raven coal mine

Stacey Gaiga, Alberni Valley Times, March 17, 2015

Port Alberni - Congratulations is in order to the City's appointed Raven Coal committee!

They've been vindicated, considering what this paper wrote about the two local residents on the committee and the four experts in various fields who live elsewhere.

Raven coal application lacks information: EAO

Eric Plummer, Alberni Valley Times, March 17, 2015

A proposed coal mine that would ship its product from Port Alberni has brought up a long list of questions with B.C.'s Environmental Assessment Office.

EAO Evaluation of Raven Coal Mine Application Reveals Missing Information

Press Release, CoalWatch Comox Valley, March 16 2015

On March 11, 2015 the BC Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) released to the public, the draft Application Evaluation Comments tracking table for Compliance Coal Corporation’s (Compliance) Environmental Assessment Certificate Application (Application) for the proposed Raven Coal Mine Project submitted on January 30, 2015.

Compliance Energy Announces Secured Loan Transaction of Compliance Coal Corporation

Regulatory Filing, Compliance Energy Corp., March 12 2015

TSX-V TRADING SYMBOL: CEC

VANCOUVER, March 12, 2015 /CNW/ - Compliance Energy Corporation (the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has arranged a loan in the principal amount of $200,000 to its wholly-owned subsidiary, Compliance Coal Corporation (the "Borrower"). The Lender is (the "Lender"), a director of both the Company and the Borrower.

Compliance Energy damaged credibility

David Stern, Alberni Valley Times, March 10, 2015

Port Alberni - Your editorial regarding the Raven Coal's collapsed assessment process [Alberni Valley Times Friday, March 6, Page 4], did not properly explain the problems that their proposal faces, and Mr. Stephen Ellis's letter was mainly a red herring.

Compliance pulls Raven Coal project application citing 'misinformation'

Drew A. Penner, Comox Valley Echo, March 6, 2015

Opponents claim victory, at least for now

Compliance Coal Corp. has voluntarily pulled the additional documentation it submitted to the BC Environmental Assessment Office for the Raven Underground Coal Mine in January, but is vowing to make good on the $20 million invested in the project so far.

Raven Coal Mine application withdrawn

Scott Stanfield, Comox Valley Record, March 4 2015

For the time being, Compliance Coal Corporation has withdrawn its Raven Coal Mine application from a provincial screening process while it attempts to clear up some misconceptions about the project.

But the company still plans to forge ahead with its contentious proposal near Baynes Sound.

Securities Filing: CEC Withdraws Application for Environmental Certificate

News Release, Compliance Energy Corp., March 4 2015

Vancouver, Canada, March 4, 2015 – Compliance Energy Corporation (the “Company) announces that its subsidiary Compliance Coal Corporation withdrew its application for an Environmental Certificate from the
British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office (BCEAO) on March 2, 2015 as a result of incorrect information which had been circulating in certain communities regarding Raven Underground Coal Project.

Coal company withdraws proposal for contentious mine on Vancouver Island

Mark Hume, The Globe and Mail, March 3 2015

VANCOUVER — A controversial proposal to mine more than 16 million tons of coal in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island has been withdrawn in the face of growing criticism about the negative impacts it could have on rich shellfish and salmon grounds.

Raven Coal mine proponent pulls application at the last minute

Nelson Bennett, Business in Vancouver, March 3 2015

A Vancouver junior coal mining company that wants to build an underground coal mine in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island has withdrawn at the last minute from an environmental screening, just as the Environmental Assessment Office was set to make a ruling.

CoalWatch Prepares for Next Phase of Raven Coal Review

Media Release, CoalWatch Comox Valley, February 2, 2015

CoalWatch Comox Valley Society has learned the BC Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) has received the latest Application for Environmental Certificate and Environmental Impact Statement (Application/EIS) from Compliance Coal Corporation for the proposed Raven Underground Coal Mine Project near Fanny Bay, BC.

Compliance lets another deadline pass for coal mine application

Candace Wu, Parksville Qualicum Beach News, Dec 30, 2014

Compliance Energy didn't get any coal for Christmas.

Stephen Ellis, Compliance's CEO, said the company will not make its latest self-imposed deadline of Dec. 31 to get an application submitted to the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) to open a controversial coal mine less than 50 kilometres from downtown Qualicum Beach.

Asked when people can expect an application to be submitted, Ellis told The NEWS "early next year."

Compliance Energy completes $380,000 financing

News Release, Compliance Energy Corp. May 30 1014

Vancouver, B.C., May 30, 2014 - Compliance Energy Corporation (the “Company” or “Compliance”) is pleased to announce that it has completed the non-brokered private placement (the “Private Placement”) of common shares announced on May 5, 2014. The Company has issued 15.2 million common shares (the “Shares”) at a purchase price of $0.025 per share for gross proceeds of $380,000. The Company has paid a $38,000 cash finder’s fee in connection with the Private Placement.

Compliance Energy continues record losses

CoalWatch News, May 30, 2014

Compliance Energy Corp. posted its financial statements today for the first quarter of 2014, reporting continuing record losses and an even worse financial situation for the company than it reported in April for its fiscal year end of December 31, 2013.

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