Teck Resources Limited (Teck), a Canadian diversified mining company and SilverBirch Energy (SilverBirch), a pre-production oil sands company, are jointly planning to develop the Frontier Project (the Project). The Project contains two separate development areas, both within the Traditional Territory of the Community of Fort McKay. The border of the more southerly development area is located approximately 38 km north of the hamlet of Fort McKay and the border of the more northerly development area is located approximately 51 km north of the hamlet of Fort McKay. The Project is located adjacent to the proposed Shell Canada Limited (Shell) Pierre River Mine. The objectives of this Traditional Land Use Study (TLUS) are to: • Identify past, present, and prospective traditional use values in the Local Study Area (LSA) and to assist the Fort McKay Sustainability Department (FMSD) in assessing the potential effects of the proposed Project on both these values and the broader rights and interests of the Community of Fort McKay. This includes collection of information relating to potential impacts and mitigation of the development on Fort McKay Community land-use values and interests in the vicinity of the Project. The proposed mitigation measures are not included in this report as the FMSD would like to meet with Teck and SilverBirch to discuss mitigations related to TLUS as well as other discipline components in a meeting developed expressly for that purpose; • Build capacity within the Fort McKay Community to conduct their own TLUS; and, • Assess potential Project-specific effects and the Project’s contribution to cumulative effects on traditional land use values, traditional land use opportunities and on the Treaty and Aboriginal rights and interests of the Community of Fort McKay.