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Fixed Link Studies and Reports

As the project is in the initials stages of development, most of the studies and reports being completed are evaluating and assessing the impacts to our own First Nation community.  These studies and reports will be verifying the needs and desires of our community.

In order to fully understand the impacts of this projects, some preliminary assessment are begin undertaken.  Environmental inventories subject to timing windows and some preliminary geophysical are currently being conducted.  As these studies are completed and approved by the Chief and Council, they will be posted here on this website. 


The studies will include, but are not limited to:

  • Public Consultation Summary Reports

  • Fish and Fish Habitat Surveys and Studies

  • Migratory Birds  Surveys and Studies

  • Species at Risk Surveys and Studies

  • Air Quality Studies

  • Water Quality Impact Studies

  • Hydrodynamic, water quality and sediment transfer 

  • Geotechnical Studies

  • Geophysical Studies - Marine & On land

  • Plant and Wildlife

  • Health & Socio-Economic Conditions Assessments

  • Physical and Cultural Heritage Study

  • Land Use for Traditional Purposes Study

  • Achaeological, paleontological or architectural studies

  • Soil and Groundwater Contamination Assessments

  • Transportation- Traffic Studies


Fixed Link Project Description

The Initial Project Description (IPD) to be submitted to the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada - want to comment?



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Fixed Link Enviro Principles

The guiding principles to be used by the Chippewas of Georgina Island to protect the environment and Lake Simcoe.



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Health Impact Assessment

The Health Impact Assessment executive summary identifies the Fixed Link as the most viable solution to satisfy health related issues pertaining to Island transportation.



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