Thank you for joining us!
The events aimed to discuss the population growth strategies for Ontario’s northern regions, while examining the challenges and expectations of new arrivals to their new communities.
Goals of Come North:
- Increase awareness among all participants about the resources available to attract, retain, and assist new arrivals.
- Identify through direct interaction opportunities to leverage, partner, coordinate, and/or share resources, staff and activities.
- Develop a concrete list of next steps identifying not only what is to be done, but by whom and by when.
1. Building a Better Bond: Helping new arrivals learn more about local First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities
1.1 Ogimaa Duke Peltier, Ogimaa of Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory
1.2 Liz Edgar-Webkamigad, Algoma University faculty member and Director of the Shingwauk Residential School Centre
1.3 Lorette McKnight, President of the Temiskaming Métis Community Council
No presentations available
2. Working Together to Support Each Other
2.1 Kevin Eshkawkogan, President and Chief Executive Officer at Indigenous Tourism Ontario
2.2 R. Martin Bayer, Lawyer at Weaver, Simmons LLP
2.3 Victoria Grant, President and owner of Moving Red Canoe
No presentation available
Transportation and accommodation sponsors
- Far Northeast Training Board (FNETB)
- Northern Ontario Municipal Association
- Local Employment Planning Council
- North Superior Workforce Planning Board
- Professions North/Nord
- Réseau du Nord
- Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce
- Timmins Chamber of Commerce
- Temiskaming Shores Chamber of Commerce
- Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce
- Kenora Chamber of Commerce
- Red Lake Chamber of Commerce
- Dryden Chamber of Commerce
- Acadian Broadcasting