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First Nations coalition studies Ontario-Quebec natural gas project

First Nations coalition studies Ontario-Quebec natural gas project

Wahgoshig First Nation joins Quebec communities to reach engagement accord with pipeline company
Waubetek, Laurentian sign agreement for Indigenous mining centre

Waubetek, Laurentian sign agreement for Indigenous mining centre

Centre of Excellence for Indigenous Minerals Development to foster relationships between Indigenous communities and mining companies
Timmins, Mushkegowuk sign new agreement

Timmins, Mushkegowuk sign new agreement

It builds on a 2011 partnership prioritizing economic development
Ontario, First Nations agree on missing link road to the Ring of Fire

Ontario, First Nations agree on missing link road to the Ring of Fire

Proposed access road creates ‘clear path to unlock Far North potential,’ says minister
Agoke Development Corporation is a forestry champion

Agoke Development Corporation is a forestry champion

First Nation company is a big winner at industry event
Province drops $2 million for Indigenous skills trade funding in northwest

Province drops $2 million for Indigenous skills trade funding in northwest

Supercom Industries, Anishinabek training centre receive money for upgrading, training and job readiness programs
Nipissing First Nation cannabis manufacturing plant to bring 80 jobs

Nipissing First Nation cannabis manufacturing plant to bring 80 jobs

Golden Harvest Organics plans to be in operation in January 2021
Manitoulin leader lauded for business contributions

Manitoulin leader lauded for business contributions

Dawn Madahbee Leach named laureate by Indspire
First Nation Housing Conference focusing on community-led solutions

First Nation Housing Conference focusing on community-led solutions

The annual First Nation Housing Conference is taking place in Thunder Bay from Feb. 11 to 13 and will look at First Nation led initiatives to address housing issues like overcrowding.
Mishkeegogamang Ojibway Nation improving broadband capacity

Mishkeegogamang Ojibway Nation improving broadband capacity

The provincial government announced $179,040 in funding for the remote northern community to purchase and install two 200-foot broadband towers