30 Mar 2021

Online Public Information Centre 3

Online Public Information Centre 3 is available for your review and comment. Please click the following image to view the presentation, or select the Documentation tab above to view the presentation and access additional online Public Information Centre 3 materials.

Link to Public Information Centre 3

 

Please note that the Online Public Information Centre 3 presentation has been recorded in Anishinaabemowin. Please find a link to the Anishnaabemowin presentation on the Documentation tab.

18 Mar 2021

Notice of Online Public Information Centre 3

A Notice of Online Public Information Centre 3 has been posted in local newspapers and distributed to property owners in the study area, Provincial and Federal Government Agencies, Municipalities, Indigenous communities, and stakeholders.

14 Aug 2020

Study Update

To date, two Public Information Centres (PICs) have been held as part of this study. The second PIC was held on July 17, 2019, and provided stakeholders, Indigenous communities, and the public with an opportunity to review the assessment of Alternatives to the Undertaking, the preliminary design alternatives, the proposed evaluation criteria and evaluation process, and to address questions or concerns directly with representatives of the project team. Following the second PIC, the project team has been reviewing input from stakeholders, Indigenous communities, and the public, and is in the process of evaluating alternative design concepts.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the third and final PIC has been delayed; however, it is anticipated that a preliminary preferred plan will be presented publicly in winter 2021. The project team has been and will continue to evaluate the feasibility of in-person presentations for the third PIC; however, the team may seek to present the materials online depending on physical distancing requirements at that time. Additional information regarding the third PIC will be provided on the project website as it becomes available.

17 Jul 2019

Swing Bridge Boat Survey

The Boat Survey is now closed and all data collected will be reviewed and incorporated into the design and evaluation of alternatives. (A Boat Survey was created to collect information from boat owners/operators or users in the Town of Little Current and on Manitoulin Island in order to understand boat and marine travel patterns in the North Channel.)

16 Jul 2019

Business Owner Survey

A business owner survey has been created to collect business/economic information from businesses in the Town of Little Current and on Manitoulin Island in order to understand potential impacts of corridor alternatives on local businesses. If you are a business-owner and would like to participate in the survey, please fill out a survey - Business Owner Survey. Hard copies of the survey will also be provided at PIC 2.

02 Jul 2019

Notice of Public Information Centre 2

A Notice of Public Information Centre 2 (PDF) has been posted in local newspapers and distributed to property owners in the study area, Provincial and Federal Government Agencies, Municipalities, Indigenous communities, and stakeholders.

16 Nov 2018

Notice of Study Design Report

The Study Design Report (SDR) is now available for a 30-day public review.

A Notice of Study Design Report Review (PDF) has been posted in local newspapers and distributed to property owners in the study area, Provincial and Federal Government Agencies, Municipalities, Indigenous communities, and stakeholders. 

22 Aug 2018

PIC 1 Exhibits available for download

PIC 1 exhibits (PDF, 11 MB). The exhibits are also listed in the Study Documentation.

08 Aug 2018

Notice of Public Information Centre 1

A Notice of Public Information Centre (PDF) has been posted in local newspapers and distributed to property owners in the study area, Provincial and Federal Government Agencies, Municipalities, Indigenous communities, and stakeholders.

03 Jul 2018

Notice of Study Commencement

A Notice of Study Commencement (PDF) has been posted in local newspapers and distributed to property owners in the study area, Provincial and Federal Government Agencies, Municipalities, Indigenous communities, and stakeholders. At this time the project team is gathering existing information about the study area. 

You are encouraged to participate in the project and to provide comments in writing to the project team. If you wish to have your name added to the project mailing list, contact the project team.



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