A western Canada university looking into the concept of a northern corridor is reaching for local input. The University of Calgary's School of Public Policy is looking for input from Timmins-area residents on the Canadian Northern Corridor Research Program. The virtual event is being held on March 16 from 6-8 p.m.
Research Program looking for input from High Level residents
The Echo Pioneer
Program Director Dr. Jennifer Winter spoke with The Echo Pioneer, which serves the communities of northwest Alberta, about the Northern Corridor Research Program and the upcoming virtual community engagement session for High Level and the surrounding area. High Level is a major population and services centre in northern Alberta is an existing major crossroad, sitting at the intersection of the Mackenzie Highway and Provincial Hwy 58; the Mackenzie Highway is the only land link between Alberta and the Northwest Territories.