Queen’s Park: February 24th
I hope you enjoyed the Family Day weekend!
I concluded my stretch of time in the riding by participating in the grand re-opening of the outdoor rink at the O’Connor Community Centre.
They were able to use $88,200 from the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s (OTF) Building Communities Fund to install a concrete base for the ice surface as well as install a well for flooding.
Both of these additions will make it easier to flood the rink and increase the usage in the summer months.
Also over the weekend, I took part in the Family Fun Day at the Conmee Community Centre, which included the Kam River Fighting Walleye of the Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL).
I enjoyed my time at the Voyageur Winter Carnival at the Fort William Historical Park as well as the Arps family annual sliding party.
Making the life-long journey of learning more accessible to every single Ontarian.
On February 17th I was pleased to announce our government’s commitment, through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC), $447,750 to Confederation College to ensure that the main lecture theatre is compliant with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
They will also create a smart classroom and improve access to distance learning with new audio and visual equipment.
The College has an estimated $707.3 million direct impact on the local economy.
Thunder Bay Police Service
Minister of Children, Community and Social Services
Minister for Seniors and Accessibility
Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC)
Fighting For You In Thunder Bay-Atikokan
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