• Developing plans that address near and long-term infrastructure needs for your community.
  • Assisting with federal funding applications.
  • Maximizing your project's value and lowering its risk through environmental studies.
  • Creating sustainable projects that protect the culture of the community while improving quality of life.
  • Designing projects that benefit the economy by working together with First Nations contractors and vendors.
  • Actively engaging community members and other stakeholders through each step of the project to ensure they are informed and involved.

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James Bay All-Season Road

The Mushkegowuk Council have a goal to determine the feasibility for a new 525 km all-season road between  several remote First Nation communities. 

The project included integration of traditional knowledge, environmental studies, route selection, and extensive community engagement. Morrison Hershfield’s engagement activities have included presentations to Chief and Council, community meetings, focus groups with elders and youth and social media campaigns.

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Manitoba First Nations Network

Once completed, the project will provide broadband fibre connectivity to all 63 First Nations communities in the province. The high-speed fibre connections support expanded learning, health and other support services, as well as provide local communities with high-speed, last-mile wireless connectivity. Morrison Hershfield was the technical lead in a project that included financial and legal resources to facilitate a feasibility study, a development roadmap, network design and planning, business case development and securing funding for the build.

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Atlin Hydro Expansion

Morrison Hershfield assessed the opportunity to expand the hydropower generation of a 2.1 MW hydroelectric project for the Taku River Tlingit First Nation community near Atlin, B.C. The project aimed to meet the community’s power needs and to produce hydroelectricity for sale to Yukon Territory. Work included hydrogeology and power studies, preliminary design of the power house, environmental assessment and permitting and securing funding from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada’s ecoENERGY program.

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