Community engagement

Get Involved

Marten Falls First Nation (MFFN) wants your input. We understand that good planning involves our neighbouring communities, and that better decisions are made when many perspectives are considered.

Your input will help shape the Marten Falls Community Access Road, confirming the route it will take, its design and the impact management measures required to minimize environmental effects. MFFN will discuss and gather feedback on all major components of the Environmental Assessment and Impact Assessment, including but not limited to the Terms of Reference, results of baseline studies and proposed monitoring.

You can contact the Project Team at any time to provide feedback, share your questions and concerns or if you would like to be added to the project mailing list to be notified of future engagement opportunities.

Review the Proposed Terms of Reference

The Terms of Reference is a roadmap for planning and decision-making and is submitted to the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks for a decision on whether MFFN can proceed with the next phase of the environmental assessment process.

The Proposed Terms of Reference outlines how the environmental assessment will be prepared, including what studies will be conducted, the process to identify and assess effects of the proposed access road and how people will be consulted. The Terms of Reference was approved on October 8, 2021 with amendments.

Review the Terms of Reference.

Public Information Centres

Public Information Centre #2

Thank you for joining us at the Public Information Centre #2 in Thunder Bay on Tuesday, December 10, 2019 and Longlac on Wednesday December 11, 2019 to share your comments, ideas and community values related to the proposed Community Access Road.

View the Public Information Centre #2 Materials

Public Information Centre #1

The first Public Information Centre was held Tuesday, April 30 in Thunder Bay and Wednesday, May 1 in Geraldton. This was an opportunity to meet the Project Team, learn more about the community-led planning process and share your comments, ideas and community values related to the proposed all season access road.

View the Public Information Centre #1 Materials

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