Championing MD issues that matter

At every opportunity, Lesser Slave River Council engages provincial and federal decision-makers, industry leaders, fellow municipal leaders, and other stakeholders in discussions focused on tackling key regional issues. These activities underscore Council concerns about how the Province is handling particular issues; and advocate for solutions to these issues.

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Highway 88 Deficiencies

Highway 88 is becoming increasingly unsafe, and there is no substantive provincial plan to improve it despite its status as a vital economic corridor.


Marten Beach Flooding

Recurring fooding events have damaged homes, displaced residents and curtailed public use of Marten Beach. We must step up and safeguard this community.


Mitsue Industrial

To support existing operations and attract new industry, we need the Province to prioritize improvements to the economic corridor infrastructure.


Smith Bridge Rebuild

The Smith Bridge is six years past its engineered life span. The time to rebuild is now, and we're working with the Province to prioritize the required funding.


Stay up to speed on the Smith Bridge rebuild initiative

The MD received more than $2.5 million in provincial infrastructure funding in early 2023, paving the way for short-term safety measures and allowing the MD to embark on a staged rebuild. Find out what progress has been made since then.



Check the MD's progress on various strategic priorities.

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