Actions to move Northern Ontario forward
Response to the Draft 2041 Northern Ontario Multimodal Transportation Strategy
No. 1: Winter Roads into the Far North
November 28, 2017 | Dr. Barry Prentice
Over the coming weeks, Northern Policy Institute will be publishing a series of commentaries in response to Ontario’s Draft 2041 Northern Ontario Multimodal Transportation Strategy. Recommendations found within the commentaries, Actions to move Northern Ontario forward, relate directly to directions outlined in the draft policy.
The first commentary of the series, “Winter Roads into the Far North” by author Dr. Barry Prentice focuses on the all-season road network into remote communities.
- December 5, 2017 - The Sudbury Star - Northern Transportation strategy flawed: paper
- December 4, 2017 - Timmins Daily Press - Far North all-season roads would cost $9.5B
- November 30, 2017 - Radio Canada - L'Institut des politiques du Nord se fait critique de l'émbauche du transport multimodal pour le Nord de l'Ontario
- November 29, 2017 - Sudbury.com - Rate of climate change may render Northern Ontario road network unsafe
- November 28, 2017 - Northern Ontario Business - Climate change moving faster than government
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- Mid-Canada Boreal Corridor: Planning for Canada's Future by John van Nostrand