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First Nations, city join forces to run provincial park

First Nations, city join forces to run provincial park

Serpent River First Nation, Mississauga First Nation and Elliot Lake operating as Mississagi Park Foundation
Agawa Canyon tour train on track for 'milestone year': city

Agawa Canyon tour train on track for 'milestone year': city

Sault Ste. Marie team currently focused on maintaining track and canyon park, updating seating in select coaches, and improving sightlines and window replacement
Wiky chef moves into popular Sudbury-area marina

Wiky chef moves into popular Sudbury-area marina

Hiawatha Osawamick blending Indigenous with Canadian cuisine at Rocky’s Marina on Lake Wanapitei
You'll soon be able to sleep with the wolves in Timmins

You'll soon be able to sleep with the wolves in Timmins

Cedar Meadows picked up $300K in funding to help build a new compound and chalets at the resort
Construction begins on Hornepayne’s Studio 6 hotel this spring

Construction begins on Hornepayne’s Studio 6 hotel this spring

Winnipeg's Rideout Bay Developments breaks ground on $7.2-million project on April 2
Chi-Cheemaun’s parent company hires new CEO

Chi-Cheemaun’s parent company hires new CEO

Carl Kuhnke took helm of Owen Sound Transportation Company in December
NOBA 2022: Mylène Coulombe-Gratton is the Young Entrepreneur of the Year

NOBA 2022: Mylène Coulombe-Gratton is the Young Entrepreneur of the Year

Millennial wilderness guide helping people put pressures of modern life ‘on pause’ with northern adventure company
Indigenous tourism group appoints advisory committee

Indigenous tourism group appoints advisory committee

Members will guide 'respectful’ growth of Indigenous tourism in Ontario
Lakehead University offers a new online course for tourism stakeholders

Lakehead University offers a new online course for tourism stakeholders

The School of Outdoor Recreation, Parks & Tourism is providing the first course of its kind in Ontario
Northern Ontario tourism sector meets to discuss recovery

Northern Ontario tourism sector meets to discuss recovery

Operators are learning how to benefit the most from the recovery from COVID-19 travel restrictions