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.
Many families along the James Bay coast are headed out onto their ancestral lands during this time of year. It is our most important season as so many...