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  • Community Profile
    of Sudbury and 35 minutes from the North Channel with access to beautiful Georgian Bay Espanola is situated amongst pristine lakes old growth forests and the rugged terrain of the Canadian Shield Enjoy boating fishing hiking or test your skill on our challenging 9 hole golf course Winters offer snowmobilers access to some of the finest trails in the north as well as skiing snowboarding and curling at our 100 volunteer run clubs Espanola is the regional retail and service hub of LaCloche Manitoulin We are privileged to have a full service Recreation Complex complete with seasonal programming a fitness centre squash court arena attached library and Northern Ontario s only public salt water pool The Regional Recreation Complex is also home to The Espanola Express our own NOJHL Junior A Hockey Team Home to Northern Ontario s largest Fibre Arts Festival Espanola offers a rich sense of celebration arts and culture We proudly lay claim to Espanola Little Theatre one of Northern Ontario s longest running theatre troupes Our neighbouring communities and the City of Sudbury offer easy access to professional theatre the symphony a plethora of art tours and regional festivals Experience our spirit and quality of life

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/profile (2016-02-12)
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  • Maps
    of the Trans Canada Highway Espanola is less than one hour from Sudbury Our community is well positioned on Highway 6 on route to the largest fresh water island in the world Manitoulin Island View Larger Map Espanola Street Map pdf back to top Invest Here Available Property Real Estate Agents Building and Planning Building Services Land Use Planning Business Directory Chamber of Commerce Community Profile Maps Quality of Life

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  • Quality of Life
    Our goal is to enhance Espanola in order to become a unique sought after place that brings together all the best qualities of the built and natural environments To achieve this goal Espanola focuses on 1 Community Infrastructure and Programming 2 Housing 3 Recreation 4 Access to Natural Environment 5 Downtown Regeneration 6 Arts Culture Heritage 7 Cost of Living Taxes back to top Invest Here Available Property Real Estate

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  • Community Improvement Plan
    until the budget for the year is exhausted and then reactivated again the next budget year Community Improvement Revitalization Plan pdf without Appendices Appendix A Community Improvement Project Areas pdf Appendix B Official Plan Detailed Policies pdf Appendix C Community Consultation Sessions pdf The Municipality is committed to providing individual accommodation to its customers where appropriate by creating its own alternate formats of printed materials Upon request alternate formats shall be provided in a manner in which is to be agreed upon by the requester and the Municipality Contact This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information The following is a synopsis of the available incentives Community Improvement Incentive Application pdf Program Amount Façade Improvement Grant Program Up to maximum of 50 of eligible costs up to a maximum grant of 4 000 Signage Improvement Grant Program Up to a maximum of 50 of eligible costs up to a maximum grant of 2 000 Accessibility Improvement Grant Program Up to a maximum of 50 of eligible costs up to a maximum grant of 5 000 Parking Area and Landscaping Improvement Grant Program Up to a maximum of 50 of eligible costs up to a maximum grant of 4 000 Architectural Engineering Design Grant Program Up to a maximum of 50 of eligible costs up to a maximum grant of 1 000 Municipal Application Permit Fees Rebate Building Permit Fees up to 50 reduction in building permit fees up to a maximum of 2 500 Signage Permit Fees Demolition Permit Fees up to 100 reduction in permit fees up to a maximum of 500 for each type of permit Landfill Fees up to 50 rebate

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/community-improvement-plan (2016-02-12)
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  • Economic Development
    residents and business alike Supporting the Local Business Community To ensure Espanola becomes a community where a diverse range of businesses and industries exist and choose to locate expand and invest in other business opportunities Expansion and Enhancement of Quality of Place To enhance Espanola in order to become that unique sought after place that brings together all the best qualities of the built and natural environments Providing Leadership in

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  • Funding Opportunities
    and trade across Northern Ontario The person must have graduated within 3 years and be under the age of 30 FedNor will contribute 50 of the requested amount up to 27 500 Community Futures Program This program is designed to support 24 Community Futures Development Corporations CFDCs in Northern Ontario CFDCs offer a wide variety of programs and services supporting community economic development and small business growth Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation NOHFC 1 800 461 8329 www nohfc com Northern Ontario Entrepreneur Program Residents of Northern Ontario who plan to start their own business may be eligible for a grant up to 125 000 for leasehold improvements capital costs and marketing costs The entrepreneur is responsible for a 10 contribution of the required costs along with providing a business plan Enterprises North Job Creation Program New and existing enterprises that will create jobs in Northern Ontario can be eligible for a maximum project funding that will generally not exceed 50 of eligible costs up to 1 million Up to one half of the NOHFC funding may be in the form of a conditional grant with the remainder in the form of a repayable loan Private Sector Emerging Technology Grant NOHFC may provide private sector companies with 50 of eligible costs in the following formats non repayable contributions of up to 100 000 repayable loans of up to 1 million or 50 of eligible project costs whichever is less or up to one half of the funding in the form of a conditional grant with the remainder in the form of a repayable loan Public Sector Emerging Technology Grant NOHFC may provide public sector companies with a conditional grant repayable loan or forgivable performance loan of generally up to 50 percent of eligible costs normally not exceeding 1 million per project Northern Ontario Young Entrepreneur Program Residents of Northern Ontario 18 to 29 years old who are planning to start their own for profit business in the North may receive a grant of up to 85 per cent of eligible costs to a maximum of 25 000 per project for capital costs A cash investment of 10 of the NOHFC s contribution is required The venture must operate on a full time basis and it cannot be an expansion or natural extension of a business Infrastructure and Community Development Program This program encourages partnerships that find effective ways to create jobs and improve economic prospects in the North through improvements to infrastructure Northern Energy Program The NOHFC s Northern Energy Program enables northern businesses and non profit organizations to manage and reduce the costs of energy generation and conservation The program has two distinct elements Renewable Energy Planning and Internal Energy Generation projects Ontario Arts Council www arts on ca 1 800 387 0058 This is an agency of the Ontario Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport OAC s provides grants and services to professional Ontario based artists and arts organizations which support arts education Aboriginal arts community arts crafts

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  • Maps
    of the Trans Canada Highway Espanola is less than one hour from Sudbury Our community is well positioned on Highway 6 on route to the largest fresh water island in the world Manitoulin Island View Larger Map Espanola Street Map pdf back to top Invest Here Available Property Real Estate Agents Building and Planning Building Services Land Use Planning Business Directory Chamber of Commerce Community Profile Maps Quality of Life

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/getting-here (2016-02-12)
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  • Government Offices
    869 1330 www mnr gov on ca Ministry of Northern Development Mines Forestry 148 Fleming Street Suite 2 Espanola ON P5E 1R8 PH 705 869 1532 http www mndm gov on ca Service Canada 721 Centre Street Suites 2 3 Espanola ON P5E 1T3 PH 705 869 7030 1 800 622 6232 www servicecanada ca Service Ontario 148 Fleming Street Espanola ON P5E 1R8 PH 705 869 1532 www serviceontario

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/government-offices (2016-02-12)
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