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  • Atikokan Economic Development Corporation

    Atikokan Economic Development Corporation

    Atikokan, Ontario - www.atikokaninfo.com 

    The Atikokan Economic Development Corporation is a non-profit, community based corporation that works to promote the community and area. We also work to maintain and recruit business to the community. We offer a number of services including business plan development, community strategic planning, community projects and self-employment initiatives.

  • Chukuni Communities Development Corporation

    Red Lake, Ontario - www.chukuni.com

    The Chukuni Communities Development Corporation is funded by Industry Canada for the purpose of creating and maintaining employment through small business development. Our goal is to help strengthen the economies of Ear Falls, Red Lake and the surrounding area by assisting local entrepreneurs in the development or expansion  of a small business.

  • Eagle Lake First Nation

    Migisi Sahgaigan, Ontario - www.eaglelakefirstnation.ca

    The Eagle Lake First Nation is situated on the northeast shores of Eagle Lake and is located in the heart of the Canadian Shield in the boreal forests and lakes of Northwestern Ontario. The community is approximately 25 km southwest of Dryden and is accessible via Highways 502 and 594, and is a two hour drive from the U.S. border. Eagle Lake is part of the Grand Council Treaty #3 which was signed on October 3, 1873.

  • Economic Development Corporation of Wawa

    Wawa, Ontario - www.edcwawa.ca

    Our job is to assist anybody with business needs, and to provide new and exciting opportunities to the town of Wawa.

  • Greenstone Economic Development Corporation

    Geraldton, Ontario - www.gedc.ca

    The Greenstone Economic Development Corporation (GEDC) fosters and encourages the start-up and operation of successful enterprise in all economic sectors within the Greenstone Region. We are a community-based, non-profit organization administered by a volunteer board of directors representative of the communities within the Greenstone Service area.

  • Lake of the Woods Business Incentive Corporation

    Kenora, Ontario - www.lowbic.ca

    The mission of the Lake of the Woods Business Incentive Corporation is to facilitate, sustain and expand a vibrant, regional, diversified economy.

  • Marathon Economic Development Corporation

    Marathon, Ontario - www.choosemarathon.ca

    The Marathon Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) seeks to enhance the economy and improve the quality of life for the residents and stakeholders in Marathon.

  • Township of Manitouwadge

    Manitouwadge, Ontario - www.manitouwadge.ca

    Nestled in the boreal forest north of Lake Superior, Manitouwadge is a friendly community with a strong sense of community pride and a commitment to making our visitors’ stay pleasant and memorable. Our residents have chosen to settle and/or remain in Manitouwadge primarily for the quality of life. Our goal is to sustain and enhance our present lifestyle through planned community development.

  • McSweeny & Associates

    Ottawa, Ontario - www.mcsweeney.ca

    Canada's economic development managers work hard to improve community investment readiness and sustainability. Their development strategies sharpen the competitive advantages of target sectors. New, web-based technologies help their marketing programs reach site selectors and investors.

    McSweeney & Associates inspires economic sustainability through:

    •Economic development strategies and new technologies, based on award-winning innovation and creativity    
    •A full-service practice, offering economic sustainability programs and processes    
    •Knowledge of Canada's municipal economic development setting, based on years of experience    
    •High-value solutions reflecting sound methods and proven abilities

     

  • Nishnawbe Aski Development Fund

    Thunder Bay, Ontario - www.nadf.org

    Nishnawbe Aski Development Fund (NADF) is an Aboriginal Financial Institution (AFI) providing financing, business support, and economic development services to Aboriginal businesses in northern Ontario.  Our goal is to provide our clients with the tools, resources, information and inspiration to successfully establish, expand, and manage their business.

  • Patricia Area Community Endeavors

    Dryden, Ontario - www.pace-cf.on.ca

    Patricia Area Community Endeavours Inc. (PACE) is committed to promoting economic growth within the Patricia Region of Northwestern Ontario. Our purpose is to encourage local community and economic development through provision of small business loans, non-profit funding, counselling and support to entrepreneurs and community groups.

  • Rainy River Futures Development Corporation

    Fort Frances, Ontario - www.rrfdc.on.ca

    The Rainy River Future Development Corporation is a membership-driven, non-profit, community-based corporation. We work to create jobs and improve the commercial and industrial base of the Rainy River District, we offer a variety of services to the community.  We can help you find fair and equitable business partnerships, help your business communicate with a larger market and provide community learning for businessess and entrepreneurs. The Rainy River Future Development Corporation is supported by FedNor of Industry Canada under the Community Futures Program and the Municipalities of Alberton, Chapple, Emo, Fort Frances, La Vallee, Lake of the Woods and Rainy River.

  • Municipality of Sioux Lookout

    Sioux Lookout, Ontario - www.siouxlookout.ca

    Halfway between Thunder Bay and Winnipeg, north of the Trans-Canada Highway, Sioux Lookout sits nestled on the lakeshores of Pelican, Abram and Lac Seul with the rugged Canadian Shield as our backdrop. Our scenic municipality boasts a culturally diverse population of over 5,300 residents and we are proud to be the true "Hub of the North", providing essential services to 30,000 people in 29 remote First Nation communities.

  • Township of Sioux Narrows Nestor Falls

    Sioux Narrows Nestor Falls, Ontario - www.snnf.ca

    The Township of Sioux Narrows – Nestor Falls became a municipality on January 1st, 2001, as a result of a Restructuring Order. However, for over sixty years, the small, neighboring communities of Sioux Narrows and Nestor Falls have provided quality services to the traveling public. We welcome you to share the beautiful wilderness communities that we call home. Come stay with us!

  • Superior North Community Futures Development Corporation

    Terrace Bay, Ontario - www.sncfdc.com

    We actively support and stimulate economic growth and diversification by:

    •creating and implementing strategies for community economic development and diversification

    •assisting small business and community organizations by providing advisory services, technical support, loans, equity, and access to capital

    •helping to sustain a viable regional employment base for present and future generations.

     

     

  • Township of Terrace Bay

    Terrace Bay, Ontario - www.terracebay.ca

    The Township of Terrace Bay offers an incredible lifestyle that can't be beat! Terrace Bay is a beautiful small town situated at the Top of Lake Superior in Ontario, Canada. The Township was created as a result of its proud forestry history and is home to approximately 1,800 residents.

  • tbaytel

    Thunder Bay, Ontario - www.tbaytel.com

    For over 110 years, Tbaytel has recognized the importance of evolution and innovation. Tbaytel has grown to become the largest independently owned telecommunications provider in Canada and offers extensive products and services that include faster Data, Voice, Wireless, Internet, Digital TV and Security.

    Tbaytel can confidently position itself as having Northern Ontario’s largest 4G Network within a 300,000 sq.km area providing extensive coverage along major highway corridors from just west of Sault Ste. Marie to the Manitoba border and north to Red Lake and Geraldton to the US border.

    Tbaytel improves the lives of customers, communities, and regional stakeholders through advanced network capabilities and state-of-the-art telecommunications solutions. Tbaytel enhances the delivery of health care and education throughout the region and helps to advance the economic, business and research agendas of the North.

    With over a century of contributing to the quality of life and infrastructure of the North, Tbaytel’s knowledge and understanding of regional markets is unparalleled.As the region’s leading telecommunications provider, Tbaytel is dedicated to delivering advanced, competitively priced telecom solutions that ensure people, businesses and communities of Northern Ontario have varied and reliable points of access to global digital communications.

     

  • Thunder Bay & District Entrepreneur Centre

    Thunder Bay,Ontario - www.thunderbayCEDC.ca

    The Thunder Bay & District Entrepreneur Centre is funded through a partnership between the Province of Ontario and the City of Thunder Bay. We exist to offer free and confidential small business counselling services to both new and existing small businesses.

    Our services vary from providing information on various business topics to one-on-one consultation with a Small Business Counsellor.

    We offer:

       •Various Small Business Seminars
       •Guides and information packages specific to starting a business in Northwestern Ontario
       •Information on government programs and services and other financial programs
       •Assistance with preparing a business plan
       •Referrals to various agencies or resources

  • Thunder Bay Ventures

    Thunder Bay, Ontario - www.thunderbayventures.com

    Welcome to Thunder Bay Ventures. We are a non-profit organization committed to fostering community economic development in Thunder Bay and region. As a Community Futures Development Corporation (CFDC), we finance new businesses and expansions, provide business services and referrals and fund economic development projects in the Thunder Bay Census Metropolitan Area (CMA).

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