Media Advisory - 2003 Ontario Aboriginal Partnerships Recognition Award winners to be announced

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Media Advisory - 2003 Ontario Aboriginal Partnerships Recognition Award winners to be announced

Ministry of Indigenous Affairs

TORONTO, Jan. 14 - David Zimmer, Parliamentary Assistant to The Honourable Michael J. Bryant, Attorney General and Minister Responsible for Native Affairs, will present the 2003 Ontario Aboriginal Partnerships Recognition Award to the winning partnership at a celebration to mark this important business award. The Ontario Aboriginal Partnerships Recognition Award, established together with the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation, recognizes a successful Ontario-based business partnership between an Aboriginal business, community, or organization and either a non-Aboriginal or Aboriginal business, community, or organization. Location: Park Hyatt Toronto Hotel Queen's Park South Ballroom 4 Avenue Road, Toronto Date: Thursday, January 15, 2004 Time: Introduction 4:30 p.m. Remarks, David Zimmer the Parliamentary Assistant to The Honourable Michael Bryant Attorney General and Minister Responsible for Native Affairs Awards presentations 5:15 p.m. Photo opportunity 6:00 p.m. Disponible en fran├žais For more information visit www.naaf.ca, www.aboriginalbusiness.on.ca, www.nativeaffairs.jus.gov.on.ca, http://nativepine.net/, http://www.city.brantford.on.ca/For further information: Greg Crone, Minister's Office, (416) 326-1785; Merike Nurming, Communications Branch, Ontario Native Affairs Secretariat, (416) 326-4079; Judy Tobe, National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation, (416) 926-0775, 1-800-329-9780; Trudy Jones, Pine Tree Native Centre of Brant, (519) 752-5132; Josee Mannen, City of Brantford, (519)-759-4150