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Freedom Road Project

Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

March 2015 – May 2017

Environmental Permitting for an All-Season Road for provision of safe and reliable all-season access for the community of Shoal Lake 40. The project requires an Environment Act License from Manitoba. Working with AECOM Canada Ltd., members of the Narratives team were responsible for conducting the environmental assessment and public and community engagement for the project.

Two men in high visibility shirts and yellow hard hats pull at a tarp. Behind the men a dump truck is tipping it's bucket up into the air and offloading a pile of large rocks while a tractor pushes the pile behind it.

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Five Indigenous men wearing t-shirts and ball caps sit on red chairs in a circle while they drum on a large drum in the middle. They are sitting inside a large wooden ceremonial building.

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A yellow semi truck is parked on the grass beside a large stack of pipes. A machine with a long mechanical arm loads pipes on to the back of the semi truck. A man stands in a high visibility vest and white hard hat a couple feet away watching the pipes being loaded on. It is summer.

Line 3 Indigenous Labour Brokering Program

Running Deer Resources

January 2018 – August 2019

A yellow CAT excavator sits beside a highway under construction. A smaller bulldozer sits to the left of it. Behind the machines sits large concrete pipes.

Highway 673 Improvement Project

Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

December 2020 – Current