Mackenzie Valley highway
Read Online

Mackenzie Valley highway by Pollution Probe.

  • 294 Want to read
  • ·
  • 88 Currently reading

Published in [Toronto] .
Written in English


  • Transportation -- Mackenzie River Valley,
  • Environmental policy -- Mackenzie River Valley,
  • Pipelines

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby Pollution Probe at the University of Toronto.
LC ClassificationsHE215Z7M26
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p.
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18480767M

Download Mackenzie Valley highway


The Mackenzie Valley Highway passes and connects through three of them (Inuvik, Sahto and Dehcho Region) – fact that speaks for itself and the meaning and magnitude of this project. The total construction cost, from Wrigley to Inuvik: $ billion, including $ billion for road building, $ million for bridge construction, and $ The concept of building an all-weather highway through the Mackenzie Valley to connect southern Canada with northern communities originated in the s, although it was not until that the federal government announced that the Mackenzie Highway would be extended from Fort Simpson to the Dempster Highway. Mackenzie Valley Highway Extension September Environmental Scoping Report 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction At present the communities of Tulita, Deline, Norman Wells and Fort Good Hope can only be reached by road in the winter, and the only all weather road to Tsiigehtchic and Inuvik is the Dempster Highway via the Size: 1MB. The Mackenzie Highway is the only paved road connecting the Northwest Territories with the rest of North America. This itinerary will cover the 1, km ( mi) trip from Peace River to Yellowknife. Understand []. The Mackenzie Highway is paved up to NWT Highway 3, and is gravel up to its northern terminus at Wrigley.

The Mackenzie Valley Highway will cross areas of permafrost, environmentally sensitive areas, and traditional lands owned and managed by aboriginal land claimant groups. Tetra Tech has adapted typical engineering, design, and construction approaches to meet the unique needs of the area. Tetra Tech provided the following services. From Edgar Award-winning and New York Times bestselling author C.J. Box, THE HIGHWAY QUARTET is a a thrilling series of mysteries set against the majestic backdrop of the American West. Book 1 features Cody Hoyt, who was actually introduced in Three Weeks To Say Goodbye. Book 2 features Cody and introduces Cassie Dewell. Books 3 and 4 feature Cassi. The McKenzie Pass Highway became a seasonal scenic highway in with the completion of the Clear Lake-Belknap Springs section of Oregon Even during its tenure as the main route between the southern Willamette Valley and Central Oregon, the narrow, twisting roadway and high elevation (5, feet) made the highway too difficult to. The Mackenzie Highway is a Canadian highway in northern Alberta and the Northwest begins as Alberta Highway 2 at Mile Zero in Grimshaw, Alberta. After the first km ( mi), it becomes Alberta Highway 35 for the balance of its length through Alberta and then becomes Northwest Territories Highway 1.

A heavily laden canoe on the Mackenzie River. Although this book is a guide book in the traditional sense, boasting over 60 beautifully illustrated maps, its got a whole lot more going for it. Michelle expertly weaves in myths and legends of the native people, and adds in interesting quotes from people who have traveled before her. Mackenzie Valley Highway Project Update ( ) Letter from the Developer regarding the submission of the DAR ( ) Letter of support for the project from the SSI ( ) ECCC letter to MVEIRB - COSEWIC status of barren-ground caribou ( ) MVH EA update letter from GNWT to MVEIRB ( ). (Febru ) - The construction of an all-weather highway down the Mackenzie Valley to the Arctic Coast is vital to connect our communities and to access a wealth of natural resources that are critical for growing the NWT economy and ensuring Canada remains prosperous within the global economy. Mr. Speaker, the northern-most segment of the Mackenzie Valley all-weather.   A string of riverside communities greets the wild and oh-so-scenic McKenzie River as it drains down from the Cascade Mountains and tumbles west toward Eugene. Easy to reach along the McKenzie River Highway (OR), they’re your gateway to this river valley.