Chapter 9 – Termination and Enforcement of ContractsIn 1994, the Dryden Construction Company contracted with the Ontario Hydro Electric Power Commission to build an access road 7 miles long from its Manitou Falls generating station to Provincial Highway No. 105. The contract contained the following clause”The contractor agrees that he is fully informed regarding all the conditions affecting work to be done and labour and materials to be furnished for the completion of the contract and that his information was secured by personal investigation and research and not from the Commission or its estimates and that he will make no claim against the CommissionIn fact, the area over which the road was to be built was under heavy snow at the time, and the temperature was very low. The description of the property proved to be inaccurate, there being much more muskeg than indicated. After these facts became known, the contractor claimed to be excused form the contract, alleging that it had been frustrated and that what was required amounted to an entirely different contract. Is there a binding contract to build the road?