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NOHFC flows funds into Kenora

The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund (NOHFC) spread $1.2 million around the Kenora area for four economic development projects and initiatives.
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The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund (NOHFC) spread $1.2 million around the Kenora area for four economic development projects and initiatives.

The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund (NOHFC) spread $1.2 million around the Kenora area for four economic development projects and initiatives.

The Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing First Nation, located on Lake of the Woods, received $725,000 to develop a store and tourist centre.

The Rainy River Future Development Corporation pocketed $270,750 for its project developments.

The City of Kenora's third phase of downtown revitalization along Second Street will be supported with $125,000.

The Anishinaabeg of Kabapikotawangag Resource Council in Sioux Narrows gets $64,966 to “increase natural resource development opportunities in the area.”

“The NOHFC continues to be a key tool for building a stronger, more competitive economy, and prosperous Northern communities,” said Northern Development and Mines Minister and NOHFC chairman Michael Gravelle in an Aug. 8 statement.



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