Applications are now being accepted for the Enabling Accessibility Fund. The EAF supports community-based projects across Canada that improve accessibility, remove barriers, and enable Canadians with disabilities to participate in and contribute to their communities.
Students in Timmins-James Bay are getting the chance to work in the heritage sector this year thanks to Young Canada Works. The Museum of Northern History in Kirkland Lake has been approved for 2 positions while the Englehart and Area Historical Museum gets 1.
Charlie Angus says the federal government program works in partnership with the Canadian Museum Association.
New Democrat Ethics critic Charlie Angus called on the Conservative government to work with the Official Opposition and finally clean up the appointments process once and for all.
“Despite repeated promises to clean up patronage, Conservatives continue to use the appointments process to reward failed candidates and other partisans,” said Angus. “After spending years criticizing Liberals, when elected Conservatives started doing the exact same thing. Nothing has changed.”
On behalf of Canada's Official Opposition, I offer my sincere congratulations to Shawn A-in-chut Atleo on his re-election as the head of the Assembly of First Nations. I look forward to continuing to work with National Chief Atleo.
I would also like to acknowledge and thank all the candidates for putting their names forward.
Applications are now being accepted for the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund. Charlie Angus says the fund provides money for the repair and improvement of community infrastructure facilities.
“This is an opportunity to upgrade or expand our existing parks, libraries, arenas, community halls and other recreational and cultural facilities. These facilities are not always priorities for municipal spending so this program can be of great assistance.”
Organizations eligible to apply include: