Espanola: more than just a pretty faceCall Espanola the little community that could.In 2013, a reassessment of the Domtar sawmill by the Municipal Property Assessment Corp. (MPAC) threw the community for a loop. According to MPAC, Espanola owed the sawmill $4 million after Domtar paid too much in taxes — dating back to 2009. The town would have had to raise property taxes by 50 per cent in order to recover and pay back the funds.It’s not an easy task for a small community of just over 5,000, and the decision forced the town to re-e...
of Lively (outside of Sudbury) and the Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation have
signed an agreement that outlines how the two organizations will work together
to pursue projects in the Sagamok traditional territories and beyond.Through the
agreement, Ionic Engineering, an enginee...
The Purvis Bros.,
a fishery based on Manitoulin Island, is getting money to expand aquaculture in
Northern Ontario by one millions pounds per year through the purchase and
installation of new equipment.The commercial
fishery, which has had operations in Lake Huron since the 1880s, sells whitefi...
Cell and mobile broadband service, including
high-speed internet service, has been expanded on Manitoulin Island.NetCentral Community Communications Network
(NetCentral), the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corp. (NOHFC) and Rogers teamed up on a public-private investment to make it happen.Seven n...
providing funding for three Northern Ontario enterprises in the areas of mining
and agriculture.The Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation, located on the North Shore of Lake Huron, will
receive $500,000 to build an industrial park to capitalize on immediate and
long-term economic opportuni...