3.6 Million for Economic Development Projects

3.6 Million for Economic Development Projects

Vic Fedeli, MPP for Nipissing announced that the Ontario government is investing more than $3.6 million through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund to 8 economic development projects in the Nipissing region.

“Our government is proud to make targeted investments in projects that drive economic development and growth in Nipissing,” said MPP Vic Fedeli. “By working hand-in-hand with our northern partners, we are creating meaningful career opportunities in a variety of sectors that will contribute to stronger, more vibrant community."

 The NOHFC is funding the following projects:

·       $2,000,000 for Piazza Entertainment to produce, in North Bay and Sudbury, season two of the television series SkyMed

·       $500,000 for Gearshift Productions to produce, in North Bay, the television movie Chopping Boy

·       $499,574 for the Municipality of Callander to make its waterfront safe and accessible by restoring and updating the pier, Centennial Park and Lansdowne Street 

·       $191,594 for 287 Farm Production Inc. to establish a poultry processing plant in Powassan

·       $191,331 for Everest Solutions & Images Ltd., to establish a school photography services business in North Bay

·       $132,733 for Sunrise Meadows, a lamb and beef cattle farm in Powassan, to construct a new barn, renovate existing facilities and purchase new equipment 

·       $51,682 for Northland Glass & Metal, a business in North Bay that specializes in the distribution, installation, and repair of door and window products, to purchase equipment and renovate its facility 

·       $50,000 for McRae Mills Ltd., a forest products company in Whitney that specializes in the manufacturing of high-quality hardwood products, to modernize a sawmill.

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