Interactive Map

View our interactive map showing the project area and the alternatives routes identified for the project.


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Alternative Routes

Alternative routes were identified within the Refined Route Selection Study Area and made available for review and input during the draft Terms of Reference review period.

Shuniah to
Shabaqua

Shuniah to Shabaqua map

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Shabaqua to
Quetico

Shabaqua to Quetico map

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East of
Atikokan

East of Atikokan map

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Atikokan

Atikokan map

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North of Atikokan

North of Atikokan map

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Wabigoon Lake to Dryden

Wabigoon Lake to City of Dryden map

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Refined Route Selection Study Area
Waasigan Project Study Area Map

The Waasigan Project Study Area map represents the original study area for development work for the Waasigan Transmission Line. Through consultation and engagement, this study area has since been refined (see above).
 

Study Area Map

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The preliminary study area, or Route Selection Study Area, was identified based on several factors. These factors include pre-determined start and end points (connection points) as specified by the IESO, having sufficient geographical area that would allow for a range of potential alternatives and consideration of key physical, and natural and socio-economic features in the area. The Route Selection Study Area was refined as the Terms of Reference process progressed. 


 

Field Program

Click here to visit the Webviewer for proposed field survey locations. Field Map Books of the survey locations are also available for download below. Maps will be updated as survey locations become available.

  

Detailed Study Area Maps

These are very large maps and are best viewed using the zoom function on your computer or device.


Updated Orthographic Maps

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Refined Route Selection Study Area

The Refined Route Selection Study Area was developed with the information collected to date and feedback gathered through workshop processes held with government agencies, non-government organizations and Indigenous communities. This refined area represented the lands that were considered to be more suitable for a new transmission line and was used to guide the identification of the alternative routes.
 

Refined route selection study area

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Waasigan Project Study Area Map

The Waasigan Project Study Area map represents the original study area for development work for the Waasigan Transmission Line. Through consultation and engagement, this study area has since been refined (see above).
 

Study Area Map

Click to enlarge (.PDF)

The preliminary study area, or Route Selection Study Area, was identified based on several factors. These factors include pre-determined start and end points (connection points) as specified by the IESO, having sufficient geographical area that would allow for a range of potential alternatives and consideration of key physical, and natural and socio-economic features in the area. The Route Selection Study Area was refined as the Terms of Reference process progressed. 


 


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