Hamilton bridge replaced undergoes archaeological investigation

By Lisa Iesse Writer SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND / HAMILTON – Representatives from Six Nations Band Council, the Haudenosaunee and Mississaugas are working with the city of Hamilton on plans for a multi-stage archaeological investigation by the site of a $58 M bridge replacement. Susan Jacob, who is manager of design and engineering at the city, said First Nations were engaged for the completed Stage 2 assessment. “First Nations were involved in the investigations to date and will continue to be engaged for further investigations,” said Jacob. “Stages 3 and 4 within the proposed corridor and additional lands as identified through short term mitigation strategy are required to be undertaken,” she said. On April 11, Jackie Kennedy, engineering services director at Hamilton public works, submitted a report to the…

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