Approved Grants - Multi-purpose Access Roads


2003

Bancroft Minden Forest Company Inc. - $24,000

Purchase of Portable Bridges for Forestry Operations

  • To facilitate access management in Enhanced Management Areas


Bowater Forest Products Division - $140,000

Improving Access on the Black Sturgeon/Camp 45 Road

  • To improve access for light vehicular traffic along a 114 km stretch of road thereby improving access to recreational opportunities and the Outward Bound Canada Wilderness School


Clergue Forest Management - $126,989

Project to Improve Forest Access Roads on the Algoma Forest -Addendum

  • To install three crossings within the approved reconstruction project (02-007) for the Domtar, Ranger Northwest and Way White roads


Domtar Inc. as agent for Northshore Forest Inc. - $350,000

Improvement of Multi-Purpose Access Roads on the Northshore Forest

  • To improve the efficiency of the haul cost, reduce initial access costs into new areas, and provide increased safety for recreational traffic by upgrading a major road


Mazinaw-Lanark Forest Inc - $35,400

Purchase of Portable Bridges for Forestry Operations

  • To facilitate access management consistent with the direction provided in the Land for Life Land Use Strategy


2000

Clergue Forest Management - $323,000

A Project to Improve Multi-Purpose Access Roads on the Algoma Forest

  • To improve approximately 34 kilometres on the Domtar, the Way-White and the Ranger Northwest roads in order to control wood costs (by upgrading road geometrics) and to increase safety for recreational traffic


Clergue Forest Management - $57,847

Dyson Lake Block and Bridge Over the Quinn River

  • To mitigate loss of use of 2.8 km of road and a bridge over the Quinn River, the result of a Lands for Life land use decision


Clergue Forest Management - $121,000

Project to Improve Forest Access Roads on the Algoma Forest Part 2 - Whitman Damn Road

  • To provide safety and travel improvements to the road for all users due to potential increase in public traffic
  • To address potential cost increases to upgrades resulting from the Goulais River Park expansion


Domtar (Timmins) - $230,968

Road 1002 Multi-Purpose Road Improvement Project - Pineland-Martel Forest

  • To improve five kilometres of tertiary road and construct 11 kilometres of new secondary road (this upgrade being necessary as a result of an Ontario Living Legacy land use decision relating to the Ivanhoe River Clay Plain Conservation Reserve)