Latest Policy Bytes

The Case for Immigration Post-COVID-19

March 31, 2020 - The impacts from COVID-19 are and will continue to be felt in Northern Ontario. In the months ahead, policy makers, municipal leaders, and community-members will be asking questions about just how badly this pandemic will affect communities and, perhaps more importantly, how to move forward. But, in deciding how to strategize for the future, one thing should be certain: immigrants must be included in our strategy.

Wikwemikong Tourism

February 5, 2020 - Every place has a story that is waiting to be discovered by those who visit. It is in the telling of those stories that Wikwemikong Tourism allows visitors to truly experience the area as well as the local culture, and who better to tell the story than those who call the area their home?

Building a Better Future for Northern Ontario

January 21, 2020 - For the last fifty years, the economic performance of Northern Ontario has been weaker than the performances of northern regions in other provinces and the global north.

Northern Ontario Angels

January 8, 2020 - Entrepreneurship takes a lot of time, perseverance and money. Finding an investor in Northern Ontario may seem like a daunting task but the Northern Ontario Angels (NOA) can help turn your entrepreneurship dreams into a reality.

Bombarded by Boards

December 10, 2019 - Ontario is the only province in Canada to fund four separate types of school boards: public Anglophone, public Francophone, Roman Catholic and Francophone Roman Catholic. Altogether, there are 76 publicly funded school boards in the province.