THUNDER BAY — Sault Ste. Marie’s tourism trade acquired a $283,828 increase from the Federal Financial Growth Company for Northern Ontario’s (FedNor) Tourism Reduction Fund to assist welcome friends again to the world after the pandemic.
This funding is a part of $9,654,641 given to the Northern Ontario tourism sector, supporting 74 tasks in municipalities and Indigenous communities throughout the area, a information launch issued by native MP Terry Sheehan at present states.
The next enterprise initiatives within the Sault acquired funds:
- Ontario Bushplane Heritage and Forest Fireplace Training Centre $91,000
The Ontario Bushplane Heritage and Forest Fireplace Training Centre is receiving $91,000 to buy and implement a Smartphone App designed to assist higher accessibility and a number of language content material, in addition to the mandatory data, supplies, and coaching to assist correct App supply.
- Algoma Kinniwabi Journey Affiliation $81,000
The Algoma Kinniwabi Journey Affiliation is receiving $81,000 to help tourism companies to modernize and increase e-commerce companies and entry coaching.
- Nice Lakes Cruise Affiliation $65,828
The Nice Lakes Cruise Affiliation is receiving $65,828 to revitalize and increase cruise tourism within the Nice Lakes.
- Soo Roller’s Affiliation $46,000
The Soo Roller’s Affiliation is receiving $46,000 to host the Everest Canadian Seniors Curling Championship. This funding is offered by way of FedNor’s Northern Ontario Growth Program.