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Mitchell Trubisky may have saved John Fox’s job (16th Oct 17 at 7:47am UTC)
Three community organizations will share a portion of $246,500 in infrastructure funding from the federal government.

The announcement was made last week at the Centennial Botanical Conservatory, which is one of the three recipients along with Confederation College and the Community Clothing Assistance.

The City of Thunder Bay Centennial Botanical Conservatory will receive $100,000 to improve and expand the 50 year old facility, which features plants from wholesale jerseys around the world and serves as an educational platform for students.

The money will be used to widen pathways for accessibility and other renovations.

"We've been hoping for an announcement like this for a very long time now and it's so vital that we have all levels of government involved because that's the only way we are going to have renewal," said Sharon Sidlar with Friends of the Conservatory. "This is such an amazing place and we just really want to see that renewal taking place."

Confederation College will also receive $100,000 to help replace aging signage and adopt new branding material to better reflect the campus's growing aboriginal population.

"This complements our new facility Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Free Shipping developments such as the new tech hub and wellness centre," said Jim Madder, president of Confederation College.

"It will help us to provide a signature to show a distinct character to these buildings while focusing on indigenous themes."

These themes include Negahneewin, which is the canoe and setting sun and the Annemieke, or flying bird which symbolizes the college.

Community Clothing Assistance will receive $46,500 to complete renovations to its May Street facility. These improvements include making the facility more accessible and to meet their objective by continuing to provide free affordable clothing to those in need.

Ewa Gulbinowicz, the executive director of the clothing facility, was excited to receive the funds.

"Wow . . . the grant will certainly make differences observing our community in need because we will be able to reface the building inside and outside with paint, install new doors and windows and construct a proper public washroom," she said.

"We are thrilled because our organization status will move from introductory wholesale nfl jerseys to a mature state and the public will learn about us and our services."

MP Don Rusnak (L Thunder Bay Rainy River), was on hand to make the funding announcement and explained that although he does not select the projects to be funded, all parties apply for the funding and he advocates for them in Ottawa.
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