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Northern Road Link

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The Proposed Road

The Northern Road Link would connect two all-season roads under development, the Marten Falls Community Access road and the Webequie Supply Road.

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An agreement was announced in March 2020 between Marten Falls and Webequie First Nations and the Ontario government to proceed with the planning and development of the Northern Road Link. The proposed infrastructure project is considered to be critical to future economic development in the north.

Making the connection


The Northern Road Link, would link two proposed roads – the 200- kilometre. Marten Falls-to-Aroland Community Access Road at the south end, and the proposed 110-kilometre. Webequie Supply Road to the Ring of Fire at the north end.

In addition to opening the mineral zone to development, the government said the road would improve access to health and social services and provide infrastructure such as high-speed internet and reliable cellular service to numerous First Nations communities.


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"This road is an economic lifeline for our communities and it will bring jobs, training and prosperity where our youth currently have no opportunities."

— Chief Bruce Achneepineskum of Marten Falls First Nation

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    The Proposed Road

    The Northern Road Link would link two proposed roads, the 200 km Marten Falls First Nation Community Access Road at the south end, and the 110 km Webequie Supply Road to the Ring of Fire at the north end.

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    Making the connection


    The Northern Road Link would link two proposed roads, the 200 km Marten Falls First Nation Community Access Road at the south end, and the 110 km Webequie Supply Road to the Ring of Fire at the north end.


    "This road is an economic lifeline for our communities and it will bring jobs, training and prosperity where our youth currently have no opportunities."

    — Chief Bruce Achneepineskum of Marten Falls First Nation

    Join our mailing list to stay up to date on our project