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An important day for us’: Feds invest $5.1M for N.W.T. mine access road, surveys – CBC

Money will go toward all-season access road and aerial surveys in the N.W.T.

Mar 04, 2019

The government of Canada and the N.W.T. government announced on Monday they plan to spend nearly $3.4 million on preliminary work for a proposed all-season road to a region of the Northwest Territories believed to be rich in minerals.

The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency (CanNor) is putting about $2.7 million toward the development of the Slave Geological Province Access Corridor project, while the territorial government is investing $678,000, according to a government news release.

Those investments are among the $5.1 million in government money that was announced on Monday for two projects related to resource development in the Northwest Territories.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/resource-development-5-1-million-funding-1.5041871

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