Report on the possible effects of a seaport at Moosonee on the economy of Northeastern Ontario

by Northeastern Ontario Development Association.

Publisher: Northeastern Ontario Regional Development Council in North Bay, Ont

Written in English
Published: Pages: 41 Downloads: 609
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  • Moosonee (Ont.) -- Economic conditions.,
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  • Ontario, Northeastern -- Economic conditions.,
  • Regional planning -- Ontario -- Moosonee.

Edition Notes

Statementprepared for the Ontario government at the request of Hon. William M. Nickle, Minister, Planning and Development, by the Northeastern Ontario Regional Development Council
ContributionsWiemer, H. F.
LC ClassificationsHE"554"M66"N6
The Physical Object
Pagination41 l. :
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20417168M

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Ontario is providing the Town of Moosonee with up to $ million to help replace water mains and sanitary sewer mains -- part of the government's expanded funding to help small, rural and northern communities build or repair critical infrastructure.

The Town of Moosonee will develop its first strategic plan, thanks to some federal funding. The federal government announced on May 17 that the community would receive $, for two initiatives.

Of the funds, $28, from the Northern Ontario Development Program, will go toward the development of an economic development strategic plan — the community’s first — to identify. Residents of Moose Factory are being denied public access to Service Ontario offices located in Moosonee and the only means of transportation by air or rail with both of these being situated in Moosonee.

We, the Moose Factory residents, family of residents, and supporters of this petition, are requesting intervention from the Province of. The locations of nine new Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) detachments have been selected as part of the next phase of the OPP Modernization initiative.

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