Posts Tagged ‘funding’

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Northern roads get $6 million

The $6 million in provincial funding to build and maintain northern roads used for regional travel is expected to help communities.

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Funding to track wildlife diseases

The federal government announced $2.1 million in funds over three years to improve our knowledge and management of wildlife diseases.

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Wetlands get support

The province is investing $6.7 million to aid approximately 150 wetland projects across the province, funding six conservation partners.

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Experimental Lake Area gets $9.5 million

The Experimental Lake Area (ELA), a unique, world-renowned freshwater study area in northwestern Ontario, will get $9.5 million for research.

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Great Lakes protection projects get $2.8 million

Two dozen Great Lakes fish health and habitat projects will benefit from some $2.8 million in funding announced by the province.

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Northern businesses get more than $26 million

More than $26 million has been doled out to 1,384 businesses in 166 communities through the Northern Ontario Recovery Program (NORP), provincial funding aiming to help entrepreneurs adjust to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Great Lakes protection projects get funding

Farming and landowning efforts to protect the Great Lakes and their watersheds are getting a funding boost from the province.

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Species at Risk funding available

$4.5 million available to non-profit organizations, indigenous communities, and other groups through the Species at Risk Stewardship Program.

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Province investing $7.47 million in Great Lakes projects

The province will invest $7.47 million in projects aimed at improving the health of the Great Lakes.