CPCS Transcom of Ottawa has been hired for a study looking at the long-term requirements to further economic development in this region.
Companies, organizations and other stakeholders engaged in mining, tourism, manufacturing, forestry and agriculture will be contacted and asked for input.
The MTO is also asking for feedback this summer on a proposed multimodal goods movement strategy for the province.
The ministry's policy branch issued a consultation document on July 10 to map out a strategy for the next 20 years.
The study will identify future trends, challenges and issues that affect industry.
Input can be made through the Environmental Registry and Regulatory Registry. The ministry expects to release a final strategy before the end of this year along with a three-year action plan.
Posted by Arron Pickard