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Community leaders, Indigenous leaders, unions, chambers of commerce and forestry professionals together at Queen's Park on November 22, 2017.

 

Click on the link here to watch FONOM President, Mayor Al Spacek's interview with CTV Northern Ontario.

 

 

FONOM Office: Relocated!

 

Please be advised that the FONOM office has been relocated in Kirkland Lake and Katelyn Guertin is the main point of contact. See below for contact and mailing details and join me in welcoming Katelyn to FONOM!

 

Katelyn Guertin

Project and Operations Coordinator

705-567-9361 ext. 258

fonom.info@gmail.com

 

 

FONOM

c/o Town of Kirkland Lake

3 Kirkland Street W

Kirkland Lake, ON

P2N 3P4

 

 

The Local Share

Did you know that municipal governments in Ontario are facing an annual infrastructure gap of about $4.9 billion?

 

Did you know that out of every tax dollar collected, the federal share is 47 cents, the provincial share is 44 cents and the local share is only 9 cents?

 

Municipal governments own more of Ontario's infrastructure than the federal and provincial governments. With limited options to generate revenues, municipalities are forced to depend on property taxes and transfers from upper levels of government to invest in infrastructure and maintain services.

 

A 1% increase to the HST could generate $2.5 billion which would significantly decrease the financial burden on municipal governments and prevent hikes in property taxes.

 

It is time for our local share.

 

Visit the thelocalshare.ca for more information.

Watch the YouTube video by clicking here.

 

Ontario Trails

Want to learn more about trails in Northern Ontario? Ontario Trails is holding a spring conference in Sault Ste. Marie on April 26-27, 2018. Visit TrailheadNorth.com for more info.

 

You can also complete a survey for Northern trail use. Click here.

 

 

 

House of Kin

The House of Kin is a community based foundation which was formed to assist in providing low cost accommodation to families of medical patients who travel to the City of Greater Sudbury for treatment.

 

The 31 room facility brings together  families  and individuals going through similar hardships while offering a caring and supportive environment. The House of Kin is centrally located to drug stores, shopping malls, grocery stores and many other amenities.

 

Any person can qualify for their program if they:

- Live outside the Region of Sudbury and have travelled to receive surgery, medical assessment, treatment, post operative checkup, or

- Are family members of patients currently in the hospital.

 

For more information please visit their website here

Tel: 705-522-3600

Toll Free: 1-877-633-2374

 

 

The FONOM Board of Directors' visited the House of Kin recently. Click here for media article.

 

 

Wood products help fight climate change. #ItTakesAForest

 

All Ontarians should be proud of how well we manage our forests. We balance the social, economic and environmental values so that our forests will benefit everyone. #ItTakesAForest is a collaborative led by Forests Ontario and local, like-minded individuals and organizations that delivers fact-based information to the public about the role of forests in growing our economy, addressing climate change and creating a healthier ecosystem. Learn why it takes a forest to support our communities. Visit http://ittakesaforest.ca/ for more information.
 

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