A Sudbury cabinetmaker is expanding his shop to include a door-manufacturing line. The company received $485,942 from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corp. (NOHFC) for the expansion.
Don’s Cabinet’s, which is located in Val Caron outside of Sudbury, is expanding his shop space by 5,000 square feet. Open since 1984, the company builds custom cabinetry for homes and offices.
“Investing in small and medium-sized businesses across the North is helping to ensure the long-term prosperity of our special part of the province,” Northern Development and Mines Minister Michael Gravelle said in a news release. “Through the NOHFC, our government will continue to boost the northern economy and invest in job creation for Northerners.”