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Back to all Open House #2 boards   Stay Involved Join our mailing list. Leave your email or mailing address at the welcome table. Email us at info@martenfallsaccessroad.ca Call us at 1-800-764-9114 We look forward to speaking with you at our next Open House!

Proposed Timeline for Design, Construction and Operation

Back to all Open House #2 boards   Phases of Project Lifespan Environmental Assessment and Design Includes (but not limited to): Preparing a Terms of Reference and Environmental Assessment Surveying and geotechnical investigations Baseline studies Obtaining permits and approvals Preliminary and detailed design Construction (3-10 Years) Includes (but not limited to): Clearing Preparing the site …

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Proposed Consultation Plan for the Environmental Assessment

Back to all Open House #2 boards   MFFN is committed to creating and sustaining constructive dialogue and relationships with interested persons, including MFFN community membership, neighbouring Indigenous communities, government agencies, the public, industry and non-governmental organizations to support the environmental, social and economic sustainability of the Project. Meetings with the MFFN community and neighbouring …

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Engagement and Study Activities

Back to all Open House #2 boards   Documents A Detailed Project Description is currently under review by the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada A draft Terms of Reference has been circulated for review to MFFN community membership, neighbouring Indigenous communities, government agencies, the public and other stakeholders A plain language Guide to the Draft …

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Indigenous Knowledge

Back to all Open House #2 boards   Indigenous Knowledge refers to the environmental and cultural knowledge of the land, water and resources passed down by Indigenous peoples over many generations. Indigenous Knowledge is important for the planning of the Community Access Road. MFFN’s Guiding Principles for Indigenous Knowledge will be used for the Community …

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EA Status – Field Studies

Back to all Open House #2 boards   Field studies have been conducted through 2019 and will continue through 2020 to help us better understand the existing conditions of the environment and potential impacts of the Community Access Road. The existing conditions of the environment can help to inform mitigation measures to avoid or reduce …

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