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    Close to two years ago, warm weather created a ‘developing crisis’ on winter roads to First Nations in Ontario’s north. Winter roads in northern Ontario continue to be bombarded by changing climates. According to people who work on the roads, this season has been better than the previous two.

    For several weeks each winter, tractor-trailers make their way to First Nations communities by crossing over frozen lakes and streams. They are delivering fuel, building supplies, and other large loads that would be difficult and expensive to transport by air. Warm weather in recent years has caused shorter seasons and slushy conditions and prompted calls for permanent infrastructure. 

    The Nishnawbe Aski Nation, a political organization representing 49 First Nation communities, released a report on February 4. It said 4 listings 10 roads open to full loads, four to partial loads, and four to light traffic. Twelve roads are still under construction and one has not yet been started.

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