Nov 13, 2013
Two Christmas Bazaars are planned for the community. Scheduled dates are November 30th and December 11th.
Posted by site admin on Jul 18, 2013
Solar and wind generation do not contribute to climate change, respiratory illness, brain damage or cancer. By: Dr. David Colby Dr. Rosana Pellizzari, Gideon Forman, Published on Fri Jun 21 2013 The Ontario government’s recent announcement that it will add 900 megawatts of new renewable...Read More
Posted by site admin on Mar 5, 2013
On June 4, 2010, Nigig Power Corporation submitted a Feed-In-Tariff (FIT) Application to the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) for a 300 Megawatt (Mw) Wind Farm Project. A power purchase contract (FIT Contract) was secured in February 2011, the largest contract award in Ontario out of 23,000 applications.Read More
Posted by site admin on Feb 17, 2012
Community Consultations Henvey Inlet First Nation has begun consultations over land use and land code development matters to support the wind farm project and other commercial ventures under consideration plus define residential and recreational property uses plus: 1) ...Read More
Posted by site admin on Sep 9, 2011
While financing and building such a large project will be challenging, two major roadblocks remain: 1) finalizing the best transmission line route to the Parry Sound Transmission Station and, 2) collecting enough wind data to produce accurate income estimates for the 20 year Power...Read More
The Project is located on the HIFN reserve and is subject to an EA Permit under the Environmental Land Law of the HIFN. The Project is required to receive an EA Permit from the HIFN before the wind component can be built. The environmental assessment process for the wind component is being established and defined in accordance with the need of the Environmental Land Law and will adhere to a level of assessment similar to Provincial and Federal requirements for projects of this type.Read More
Oct 2, 2013
UOI OFFICES, Oct. 2, 2013 /CNW/ – Monday, October 7, 2013 marks the 250th anniversary of the issuing of the Royal Proclamation under the authority of King George III. The Proclamation is referred to by legal scholars as “the Indian Magna Carta”- representing the first time that Aboriginal title was recognized by a European power and...