Georgina Island Fixed Link Project

The Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation is proposing to construct and operate the Georgina Island Fixed Link Project, which consists of two permanent causeways, each with a continuous length of 500 to 1000 metres. As proposed, the causeways would be built in shallow water and would connect to each end of a new 1200 to 1500 metre-long bridge. Together, the causeways and the bridge would create a road connection spanning across Lake Simcoe from the southern end of Georgina Island to the mainland in Georgina, Ontario.


Latest update

June 29, 2022 — The Impact Assessment Agency of Canada has suspended the timeline for the impact assessment at the request of the proponent.

At a glance

1. Planning

Time limit suspension

June 29, 2022 — The time limit for the assessment has been suspended.

1. Planning

In progress 57/180 days

Key documents

Comment periods

2. Impact Statement

2. Impact Statement

Not started 0/1095 days
3. Impact Assessment

3. Impact Assessment

Not started 0/300 days
4. Decision Making

4. Decision Making

Not started 0/30 days
5. Post Decision

Post Decision phase is an ongoing process

The project is expected to begin as federal authorizations are issued and other compliance requirements are met.

5. Post Decision

Not started

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Contacts

Georgina Island Fixed Link Project
Impact Assessment Agency of Canada
600-55 York Street
Toronto, Ontario M5J 1R7
Telephone: 416-952-1576
Email: GeorginaIsland-IleGeorgina@iaac-aeic.gc.ca


  • Location

    • Lake Simcoe between Georgina Island to Town of Georgina in Ontario (Ontario)
  • Nature of Activity

    • Bridges
  • Assessment Status

    Suspended
  • Start Date

    2022-04-26
  • Proponent

    Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation
  • Authorities

    • Impact Assessment Agency of Canada
  • Assessment Type

    Planning Phase for Impact Assessment
  • Reference Number

    83539
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