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Georgina Island Fixed Link
A Project For Seven Generations

The health and safety of the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation (GIFN) community members is a core component of the community’s vision for the future.  GIFN leadership have envisioned a Fixed Link to provide the community with 24/7 , safe and reliable passage from Georgina Island to the mainland. 


The Fixed Link is a proposed, permanent land-based access route from the mainland to the shoreline of Georgina Island to solve the current issues inherent in the ferry system of today.  This project will eliminate the need for risky crossings for community members and provide safe, reliable Island accessibility across all seasons and all-weather conditions. 

Click here to learn about this exciting project for the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation community.

Click here to engage with the GIFL Secretariat and learn about our public information sessions.

Click here to follow along with project updates, articles, an FAQ and engagement summaries.

Click here to learn about the project management process for the Fixed Link Project

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