The north coast of Canada has a long, winding road that stretches out to a small lake.
This is where a new highway will be built.
A highway that will take travellers from the north to the south, through a remote part of the country, into the interior.
It is a highway that, if all goes to plan, will be the longest in Canada, stretching as far north as the Arctic Circle.
The new highway is called the North Coast highway, and it will run from the town of Nanaimo on the north shore of the Bering Sea to the town and port city of Prince Rupert.
But, as of March 5, 2017, the highway will no longer be a road.
It will be a highway with a single road.
This means that it will now only connect the city of Nanami to Prince Rupert and the towns of Nanamish, Prince George and Prince Rupert, to the city and port of Prince George.
The road will still be part of a major highway that runs through the region, but it will no more be a single, contiguous highway.
It has two sides, two main roads and a bridge.
But the highway is separated from the main road by a long stretch of sand.
In this way, it will still connect the two towns and ports, but its main route will no further connect the towns and port cities.
“The road will be divided into two sections,” said Tom Riedel, chief executive of the Canadian Transport and Infrastructure Commission.
“It will be one road, and then the other section, which is called Powwow, will continue on the other side of the sand to Nanami.”
The highway will now run along the shore of Lake Nipigon, which sits between the towns Nanami and Prince George, at a point known as the “Great Sand Gate.”
There is also a stretch of beach in front of the town where the highway’s southern terminus will be.
The highway also has a bridge, known as Nanaimog, between the town, Nanami, and Prince Georges, and a gravel road leading up to the mouth of the lake, where it will be connected to the road by the sand.
The sand has a history of its own.
It dates back to the early 1900s when people who wanted to use the beach to escape the winter conditions at the mouth began to build wooden structures on the sand at a depth of about 50 metres, Rieder explained.
The first one was built in the 1930s and was a temporary structure until a permanent structure was built around 1930.
The last wooden structure was erected in 2006.
“In the early 2000s, this sand was eroded away, so you have this huge pile of sand that is still sitting on the shore,” he said.
The town of Prince Georgers has a population of 1,500.
Riedels team hopes to have a contractor complete the sand bridge and concrete road that connects the two sections of the highway.
They hope to complete the work by March 6, 2018.
The project is a joint effort between the Canada Transportation Research Board (CTRB) and the Government of Canada.
The Highway Commission is responsible for the road and will be responsible for any environmental and safety issues.
The government is providing $1.5 million to the project.
It was funded by the Federal government and the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.
“This is an exciting, ambitious project that will bring new transportation connectivity and economic opportunity to the communities of Prince Albert and Nanami,” said Catherine Aiken, minister of transportation and infrastructure.
“Building a highway through the sand will create a more efficient, more secure and safe way to connect the region and provide greater connectivity to other parts of the world.”
The Nanaimogs are the first in Canada to have paved, gravel roads.
The federal government will also be providing $300,000 to support the project, and $400,000 will go to the local communities.
Riesel said that the sand is part of their heritage and they plan to use it for future infrastructure projects.