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Ontario municipalities conference slated for Aug. 15-18

Ontario municipalities conference slated for Aug. 15-18

Association of Municipalities of Ontario event will be held online for second year
Sault gets boost to federal immigration program

Sault gets boost to federal immigration program

The city will use $500,000 in federal dollars to initiate Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
Sudbury to host national curling events in 2022

Sudbury to host national curling events in 2022

Championships expected to boost local economy
North Bay airport receives $1.1M in pandemic relief funding

North Bay airport receives $1.1M in pandemic relief funding

Airport manager says Jack Garland will take two to five years to financially recover
Timmins' Business Enterprise Centre’s new website makes navigating services easier

Timmins' Business Enterprise Centre’s new website makes navigating services easier

Book consultations, access tools and stay updated on upcoming workshops with more user-friendly web platform
Cobalt company collaborates with Timiskaming First Nation on medicinal, edible plant study

Cobalt company collaborates with Timiskaming First Nation on medicinal, edible plant study

First Cobalt partners on Indigenous community initiative to assess long-term impacts of industrial contamination on wild plants
Better community-owned broadband coming to Dubreuilville

Better community-owned broadband coming to Dubreuilville

Township and Community Network Partners reach agreement for community-owned fibre optic network
Ontario expanding access to high-speed internet in the North

Ontario expanding access to high-speed internet in the North

Local projects will provide communities with access to high-speed internet
Failing crops, dried up water sources: drought taking its toll on northwestern Ontario farmers

Failing crops, dried up water sources: drought taking its toll on northwestern Ontario farmers

Provincial ag minister promises cattle producers support during ‘unprecedented’ drought
Thunder Bay Council moves to create new waterfront development committee

Thunder Bay Council moves to create new waterfront development committee

The committee will serve as a focal point for collecting new ideas on developing the remaining land along the waterfront.