Work restarted on Niagara Line

SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND-Ontario Hydro crews have begun work on towers that are part of the stalled Niagara Line at Sixth Line and the Caledonia Bypass. The work is part of a deal reached with Six Nations Band Council allowing the work to go on.  The previous Wynne government gave the band council $12 million that was invested in the line.

A6N, Six Nations Band Council construction company, was awarded the contract for assembling and installing 21 transmission towers as part of the project  in a three and a half kilometre range that stretches from the Grand River along side the bypass, to  the Plank Road Caledonia Transmission Station  and Grand River.


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