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The provincial and federal governments have allotted $732,000 to fund a study into a year-round road to provide access to remote First Nations near the Ring of Fire. (FILE PHOTO)

It didn’t necessarily fulfill Queen’s Park’s billion-dollar request to help finance infrastructure for the Ring of Fire, but Ottawa is willing to co-fund a long overdue road study to reach the stranded ... more >>

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