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ITO awarded NOHFC funds

ONTARIO鈥擨ndigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) is one of the groups and organizations that is receiving funding through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC). The Ontario government is providing more than $2.8 million through the NOHFC for 89 job placement opportunities in the Sudbury region. This investment will help businesses expand operations and grow Northern Ontario鈥檚 workforce.

鈥淥ur government is steadfast in its commitment to strengthening the northern economy, actively supporting projects through the NOHFC that facilitate career advancement through on-the-job training right here in Greater Sudbury,鈥 said Greg Rickford, minister of Northern development in a release. 鈥淭ogether with our northern partners, we鈥檙e addressing skilled labour shortages head-on by building sustainable, good-paying careers that uplift individuals and meaningfully contribute to the prosperity of our northern communities.鈥

Included in the funding is $35,000 being provided to Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) to hire a project administrator and event support, create and manage ITO assets and marketing material, manage communications, collect and report data and conduct market research.

鈥淚ndigenous people continue to be underrepresented within mainstream labour market pools and we remain committed to the growth and prosperity of Indigenous workforce development initiatives, alongside trusted partners and allies like the NOHFC that share a common vision. Miigwech for this opportunity,鈥 said Sherry Mayer, vice president of operations, ITO.

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