by: BayToday.ca Staff Facebook
The federal government says it is giving $1 million to enable Temagami First Nation to create commercial space as part of the community’s new multi-use facility and business centre.
The 25,000-square-foot building, located on the shores of Lake Temagami, will provide a central point for business development and community services, as well as help boost efforts to develop the community’s waterfront area.
“Our Government is proud to help Aboriginal communities take charge of their economic future by supporting strategic initiatives that create jobs, growth and prosperity. By investing to establish a business centre and multi-use facility in Temagami First Nation, our Government is helping to further position the community as open for business,” said Nipissing–Timiskaming MP Jay Aspin.