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Decisions are better when many perspectives are considered.

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Explore the multi-phased process that will lead to the delivery of HFR for Canadians; from selection of a private partner to co-develop and delivery.

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We strongly believe that good planning involves the community and better decisions are made when many perspectives are considered. Your opinion matters.

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HFR is gathering momentum, next stop is the Request for Qualification (RFQ) in early 2023.

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An Impact Assessment will help determine the proposed route HFR will travel, and identify how Canada’s new railway could affect the social, cultural, economic, built and natural environments.

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Through this procurement process, the Government of Canada will seek a private partner to take an innovative and collaborative approach for the engineering design and development of HFR.

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The HFR team is composed of accomplished and experienced professionals who aim to make this transformative project a reality.

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