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North Shore receives $419,000 in provincial funding

Communities along Lake Superior’s north shore are receiving more than $419,000 from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund for seven projects.
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Communities along Lake Superior’s north shore are receiving more than $419,000 from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund for seven projects.

Communities along Lake Superior’s north shore are receiving more than $419,000 from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund for seven projects.

The Town of Marathon is pocketing $148,160 to renovate its former visitor centre into office space for the local forest management corporation.

The Township of Schreiber received $50,000 to hire a consultant for a community revitalization plan.

A Greenstone health and wellness business, Elements, gets $73,000 in startup money.

Whitesand First Nation will use $50,000 to finish a technical study on a wood pellet plant.

Ginoogaming First Nation has $44,325 to develop a community economic development plan.

The Municipality of Greenstone has earmarked for $40,000 to examine its energy needs and ensure it has the capacity to participate in future economic development opportunities.

Superior Strategies, a consulting business on the Lake Helen Reserve near Red Rock gets $13,620 to provide health and safety training.



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