National Asbestos Inventory: Indigenous Services Canada

From: Indigenous Services Canada

This inventory lists all non-residential structures currently owned or leased by Indigenous Services Canada (ISC), including those formerly listed under Health Canada First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, and indicates whether or not they contain asbestos as of September 20, 2018.

For a list of non-residential structures currently owned or leased by Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada, visit National Asbestos Inventory: Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada.

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Consult the inventory

To find out whether there is a known presence of asbestos in a structure listed on ISC's inventory, locate the structure in the table below. You can search by entering key words in the "Filter items" box. You can also sort certain columns to locate a structure by:

Where there is no asbestos in a structure, an asbestos management plan is not required.

National Asbestos Inventory: Indigenous Services Canada (PDF – 104 Kb, 1 page)

Structures listed on Indigenous Services Canada's National Asbestos Inventory

DFRP Number Asset name Street number Street City Province Postal code Asset type Known presence of asbestos? Asbestos management plan in place?
13144 Norway House Hospital     Norway House MB R0B 1B0 Crown-owned Yes Yes
11789 Moose Factory Indian Hospital 19 Hospital Drive Moose Factory ON P0L 1W0 Crown-owned Yes Yes
12169 Sioux Lookout Indian Hospital 74 Seventh Avenue Sioux Lookout ON P8T 1K8 Crown-owned Yes Yes
13173 Split Lake Nursing Station     Split Lake MB R0B 1P0 Crown-owned Yes No
13285 Brochet Nursing Station and Residence     Brochet MB R0B 0B0 Crown-owned No Yes
57959 Wapan (La Tuque) Treatment Centre 3611 Chemin Wapan La Tuque QC G9X 3P3 Crown-owned No No
13772 Fort Qu'Appelle First Nations and Inuit Health Office 760 Broadway Street West Fort Qu'Appelle SK S0G 1S0 Crown-owned Yes Yes

How Indigenous Services Canada manages asbestos in structures listed on its inventory

The Government of Canada carefully manages the risks associated with asbestos in its buildings. All structures currently owned or leased by ISC in which the presence of asbestos has been confirmed are required to have an asbestos management plan.

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