Thursday, September 16, 2010
More than 100 of the Play, Live and Be Tobacco Free Grants have been handed out across
Nestor Falls will be using the funding to help stage their annual Triple P race.
The race involves biking, running and canoing.
The inaugural Triple P fun race took place this past July at Bass Lake Park and attracted
participants and volunteers from across northwestern Ontario.
Organizers will get a cheque for 500 dollars for the event.
Weechi-ti-te-win Family Services is receiving 192-thousand dollars from the province's aboriginal victims support grant program to fund a variety of initiatives.
Lori Flinders is a director of the agency and says all of the programs are bases on community needs.
David Zimmer, Ontario's Parliamentary Assistant to the Attorney General, made the funding announcement during a recent visit to the area.