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Northern leaders meet to discuss the Growth Plan for Northern Ontario
Special guests attend the Northern Leaders Conference.
(L-R) Mayor Alan Spacek, Kapuskasing and President of
the Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM);
Mayor Christian Provenzano, Sault Ste. Marie; Grand Chief
Isadore Day; Honourable Michael Gravelle, Minister of
Northern Development and Mines; Mayor Dave Canfield,
Kenora; Honourable David Orazietti, Minister of
Government and Consumer Services; Mayor Steve Black,
Timmins; Tim Pile, PCMNO Secretary/Treasurer;
and Mayor Brian Bigger, Sudbury.

On February 12, 2015, a group of municipal, provincial and First Nations leaders gathered at Sault Ste. Marie's Delta Hotel to discuss the Growth Plan for Northern Ontario, 2011 (Growth Plan). The M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) was represented by PCMNO Secretary/Treasurer, Tim Pile.

The long-range, 25-year Growth Plan was announced by the province on March 4, 2011 and is designed to diversify the region's traditional resource-based industries; stimulate new investment and entrepreneurship; and nurture new and emerging sectors with high growth potential. The Growth Plan's policies are built upon six themes, which contribute to the region¡¯s long-term sustainability and prosperity: economy, people, communities, Aboriginal peoples, infrastructure and environment.

The MNO¡¯s participation in this event is another indication of the MNO¡¯s growing role in Ontario and the esteem the MNO is held in by all levels of government.

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