James Bay communities ‘must be prepared for all-season road’
Communities along the James Bay coast are examining the potential of an all-season road to link four First Nations to the rest of Ontario.
A pre-feasibility study on the potential for an all-season road is due to the Mushkegowuk chiefs in December.
Once the report is submitted, the James Bay All-Season Road Project can move into the feasibility study stages.
Fort Albany First Nation Chief Andrew Solomon believes the road will be beneficial to the James Bay communities.
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