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Revitalizing St-Charles Community Centre

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St-Charles – Canadian cities and towns flourish when they have public community spaces for social and physical activities and where the public has access to recreational programs and facilities. In Northern Ontario and across Canada, these amenities are important to the overall well-being of individuals, families and communities. Marc G. Serré, Member of Parliament for Nickel Belt and Parliamentary Secretary …

Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Local businesses participate in Canada’s longest-running agri-food exhibition

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Support from the Government of Canada will help establish Northern Ontario Agri-Food Pavilion at the Royal  Agricultural Winter Fair Sturgeon Falls – The agri-food sector is integral to regional economies like those in Northern Ontario, and its continued growth is an important factor in building strong, local supply chains that sustain communities across Canada. A healthy agri-food sector requires durable …

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Canada invests nearly $3m in Canadore College

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Federal funding helps Canadore College expand its programing to support students, businesses, municipalities and Indigenous communities, creating more than 95 jobs North Bay – A key part of Canada’s economic recovery is supporting businesses as they rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic. To do so, businesses and entrepreneurs need a strong foundation, built on innovation, inclusivity and clean growth to create …

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$560,000 for internship opportunities for N. Ontario’s youth

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FedNor funding supports youth retention, community strategic planning, business growth and tourism Thunder Bay – Providing opportunities for young graduates and connecting organizations and businesses with a skilled and enthusiastic workforce is precisely what the Government of Canada’s internship initiative is helping to accomplish in Northern Ontario. Since its inception more than three decades ago, FedNor’s youth internship initiative has …

News 1 Patty Hajdu Federal Minister of Health

$950,000 to diversify agri-food sector in Algoma region

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Government of Canada support will help strengthen food supply chains for Canadians while also supporting critical sector development Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario – Strong food supply chains are necessary to meet the needs of Canadians everywhere. Accordingly, the agri-food sector represents a critical means of creating both economic growth and supply chain improvements. Investments in the agri-food sector help create …

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FedNor invests over $168,000 in Algoma branding solutions

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Government of Canada support to advance women-owned business, create local jobs and expand industry. Sault Ste. Marie – A key part of Canada’s economic recovery is supporting businesses as they adapt, grow, and move forward from the COVID-19 pandemic. To do so, businesses and entrepreneurs need a strong foundation, built on green technological innovation, inclusivity and clean growth to create …

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Wastewater operator training at Yukon University 

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Kwanlin – Water and wastewater operators play a critical role in ensuring drinking water safety by helping to prevent and reduce risks to water and wastewater systems. Access to ongoing training, mentoring and support is key to building First Nations’ capacity to manage water systems, and recruit and retain qualified water operators. Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) and Yukon University today …

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre

FedNor invests over $2.3m in medical technology & innovation 

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Federal funding to support technology development that will fuel job creation, and improve health outcomes for Canadians Thunder Bay – Growth in medical technology and innovation helps build and maintain strong regional economies while improving foundations of local health services. This support of the medical sector will help Canadians everywhere experience the high quality of living for which our nation …

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RISE Against Racism campaign to be launched later this year

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Akwesasne – Accessing quality health services can be a stressful experience. Anti-Indigenous racism in Canada’s health systems, such as discriminatory language in interactions with patients and negative stereotyping that influences care decisions, can have a negative impact on health outcomes. That is why the First Nations Health Managers Association, in partnership with the First Peoples Wellness Circle and the Thunderbird …

National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health

Working to increase safety for Indigenous Peoples in health systems

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Prince George -The National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health (NCCIH) and the Health Arts Research Centre (HARC), both housed at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC), are receiving new funds to support health care professionals to address anti-Indigenous racism, practise in anti-oppressive ways, and foster cultural humility. The Hearts-based Education and Anticolonial Learning (HEAL) health care project, which is …