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Far North - Ring of Fire

Proposal to repeal Far North Act available for comment

Proposal to repeal Far North Act available for comment

Stakeholders have 45 days to provide feedback to Environmental Registry
Rickford promises progress in the Ring of Fire

Rickford promises progress in the Ring of Fire

Indigenous communities to reap the rewards, benefits of natural resource development
Farewell to Greater Sudbury's camera-shy economic development wizard

Farewell to Greater Sudbury's camera-shy economic development wizard

Veteran Sudbury EDO Paul Reid retires after two decades with municipality
Rickford in hot seat over Northern pro-development stance

Rickford in hot seat over Northern pro-development stance

Neskantaga, Eabemetoong want more discussion, greater say on Ring of Fire process
AECOM selected to be the Ring of Fire road planner

AECOM selected to be the Ring of Fire road planner

Engineering firm to handle technical aspects of Marten Falls access road
Province announces $5.7 million for winter roads

Province announces $5.7 million for winter roads

Temporary roads allow access for Far North communities
Cutting red tape extends to the Ring of Fire

Cutting red tape extends to the Ring of Fire

Ford government committed to Far North mine projects
Former Timmins mayor wanted to buy the Ring of Fire

Former Timmins mayor wanted to buy the Ring of Fire

Steve Black investigated city acquiring Far North deposits after Cliffs departure
Sandy Lake’s water woes won’t last much longer

Sandy Lake’s water woes won’t last much longer

Feds drop $9.2 million to upgrade community’s water treatment plant
Lack of consultation on Ring of Fire development frustrates First Nation communities

Lack of consultation on Ring of Fire development frustrates First Nation communities

Neskantaga, Eabametoong want negotiated settlement with Queen’s Park, threaten legal action