Consultation is an integral component of the Environmental Assessment (EA) process. Early and ongoing engagement with stakeholders can provide a broad range of valuable perspectives and viewpoints.

Throughout the study, the Project Team will provide opportunities and encourage ongoing consultation with members of the public, interest groups, government agencies, and Indigenous Communities.


Newspaper advertisements, mail delivery, and the project website will notify members of the public and interested stakeholders of key points in the study process including study commencement, the Community Information Sessions (CISs) and the 30-day public review period for the Design and Construction Report (DCR).

Newspaper notices will be advertised in the Sachem, Turtle Island News and Two Row Times.

Notice of Study Commencement

Community Information Sessions (CISs)

Community Information Sessions (CISs) are being held to provide the public and community members with an opportunity to review the study process and background, the recommended bridge design, including heritage enhancement features, traffic management and construction staging plans.

A CIS was held on Thursday, October 10, 2019 at the Haldimand County Caledonia Centre Remax Room in Caledonia, on November 12, 2019 at the Gathering Place by the Grand in Ohsweken, and at the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation Community Centre on March 6, 2020. The displays presented at the CIS can be viewed here. A video with a fly-through animation of the recommended Detail Design for the Argyle Street Bridge replacement is available below.

Notice of Community Information Session

Notice of Community Information Session 2


To contact the Project Team directly with comments or to request to be added to the study mailing list, please visit the Contact Us page of this website.