For ProsperUnity true reconciliation means bring meaningful and positive change to the lives of indigenous peoples by listening and having them manage that change where they are actively participating in the planning, design, building, completion and operation of each opportunity. We are engaging, firstly with Indigenous peoples to share the corridor concept, solicit their insights and extend an invitation to actively participate and provide their input and their leadership, through collaboration, towards alignment with Indigenous peoples' vision and to bring healing through economic independence, self-determination and sustainable community infrastructure.
Opening opportunities to engage Canada's rural and Indigenous people in meaningful participation in the building of Canada's future economy.
Providing guidance and context in how FIrst Nations inclusion in the operation of a new national transportation corridor can happen.
Engagement to determine how this infrastructure mega project meets the calls from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Elaboration on how the work required fosters healing, more opportunities and increased prosperity for Indigenous communities.
Studying how transportation access, including creating another national highway and railway, this time located through mid-Canada, for freight and people and creating access to more ports to deliver and receive goods, will impact Indigenous peoples. Ensuring that spiritual and environmental impacts are always at the top of the list of considered impacts.