From Northern Ontario Business:
"Serpent River First Nation is laying the groundwork to become a northeastern Ontario transportation hub.
The First Nation community partnered with Sudbury's Mansour Group to land a railway ballast contract last summer to supply 125,000 tonnes of rock for the Huron Central Railway's $33-million track reconstruction project.
Under the banner of M'Anishnabek Industries, Serpent River and Mansour quickly built a 1,000-foot long railroad siding in an amazing six weeks, extending from the Huron Central line into a once-abandoned quarry where rail cars are loaded with crushed rock to be used as track bedding for the short-line railroad.
“This thing has moved at lightning speed,” said Serpent River Chief Isadore Day."
Read more of this article by clicking here