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Gravelle opposes study to connect remote remote First Nations with all-season roads

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A Northern Ontario New Democrat is critical of a joint government study to connect remote First Nations with year-round roads.  Claude Gravelle, the MP for Nickel Belt, doesn’t like the $780,000 study because he says a similar one from 1999 already exists.  Gravelle says we should use the previous results to build connecting roads and use the money allocated for a new study on infrastructure.  Part of the current study could help improve eventual access to the Ring of Fire site at James Bay.

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