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Aerial view of Marten Falls First Nation

About the All Season Community Access Road

While Marten Falls First Nation (MFFN) currently has a winter access road, its condition throughout the winter varies making transportation of goods and people to and from the community unreliable; ultimately impacting the community’s well-being. To address the problem of unreliable access, Marten Falls First Nation (MFFN) is initiating a community-led Environmental Assessment process for an all season access road to the community.

About Marten Falls
First Nation

Marten Falls First Nation (MFFN) is a remote First Nation community led by an elected Chief and Council. MFFN is located in the Far North of Ontario, at the junction of the Albany and Ogoki Rivers, approximately 170 km northeast of Nakina, Ontario and Aroland First Nation. MFFN has a registered population of 725 people, with approximately 325 members living on-reserve.

This small fly-in community does not have all season road access.

Community event at Marten Falls First Nation


We want to hear your ideas, suggestions and opinions, and are committed to keeping you informed and engaged during each phase of the Environmental Assessment process.

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