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Temiskaming Shores Region Creating New Opportunities

McGuinty Government Boosts Local Economy, Creates Jobs

Temiskaming Shores and two area First Nation communities are strengthening their economies through infrastructure improvements and planning activities, while creating new jobs. 

With support from the Province:

  • The City of Temiskaming Shores will extend the existing sewer line to Radley Hill Commercial Park and bring sewer services to businesses within Dymond Industrial Park. These two projects will help create 35 jobs.
  • The Taykwa Tagamou First Nation will complete a feasibility study that will assess economic development opportunities and determine long-term sustainable job creation.
  • The Temagami First Nation will complete the design of a new multi-use community building for council meetings, local gatherings and training sessions.

Partnering with communities in Northern Ontario is part of the McGuinty government's plan to create and support jobs for Ontario families and to strengthen local economies.

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“I am excited by the potential for the feasibility studies to lead to new jobs and economic development in these communities. Meanwhile, the infrastructure upgrades will provide access to clean, safe, reliable water and affordable wastewater, which will help retain current businesses and attract new tenants and jobs to Temiskaming Shores.”

David Ramsay

MPP for Timiskaming-Cochrane

“Our government is committed to helping northern communities improve their water infrastructure and take advantage of new economic development opportunities to develop a stronger economy.”

Michael Gravelle

Minister of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry and Chair of the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC)

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