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  • NOJHL Kicks Off Espanola Winter Carnival
    are excited about the possibility of an NOJHL franchise playing Junior A hockey once again here in Espanola says Mayor Lehoux This game stands to be an exciting open for the carnival events and could be an important showing to secure a Junior A hockey team for our community The North Bay Trappers Blind River Beavers and the NOJHL are very proud and deeply honoured to be opening the 2013

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/mediareleases/item/538-nojhl-kicks-off-espanola-winter-carnival (2016-02-13)
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  • Facebook comes to Town
    particularly effective in letting the community know of cancellations rescheduling or emergency notices It will augment our existing website and create digital tools to assist in the promotion and marketing of our town services The Facebook Page was created by youth intern Nicole Quenneville a recent graduate of Interactive Multimedia Design with funding received from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation Like us at www facebook com TownofEspanola For more

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/mediareleases/item/532-facebook-comes-to-town (2016-02-13)
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  • Domtar Supports Health and Wellness
    communities stated Mayor Lehoux Domtar s leadership in the area of health wellness contributes to healthier employees a healthier community a less burdened health care system The benefits to leading a healthy lifestyle are indisputable says Dianne Polden Manager of Leisure Services we are committed to empowering lives in our community through fitness active living and we are grateful that Domtar shares in this commitment to community wellness The Town

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/mediareleases/item/526-domtar-supports-health-and-wellness (2016-02-13)
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  • Pte. David Byers Drive
    stated Mayor Lehoux Private Byers paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving in Afghanistan in 2006 this tribute will ensure we are reminded of the heroism of all those who serve our country The community was invited to join Mayor and Council and the Legionnaires in their tribute to Private Byers and his family at the opening dedication The Espanola Royal Canadian Legion hosted a community social following the opening dedication

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/mediareleases/item/512-pte-david-byers-drive (2016-02-13)
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  • Non-Residence Fees
    non residence fee to Leisure Services programs and facility field rentals Mayor Lehoux explains Non residence fees help to equalize user costs These fees are traditionally paid by non residents in lieu of property taxes Rising costs of heat hydro and infrastructure maintenance are forcing municipalities to think differently about service delivery Our objective is to maintain the high level of service value and variety the Town of Espanola offers

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/mediareleases/item/503-non-residence-fees (2016-02-13)
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  • 1st Annual Pumpkin Power Celebration
    to promote vitamin A carotene and active living says Dianne Polden Manager of Leisure Services As the 1st Annual this celebration has been a resounding success close to 200 people started the day with a pumpkin pancake breakfast The 50 children who participated in our active obstacle course were rewarded with pumpkin soup prepared with the help of our After School Program The Sudbury and District Health Unit sent us

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/mediareleases/item/497-1st-annual-pumpkin-power-celebration (2016-02-13)
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  • Purchase of 8 Industrial Lots Final
    the conception of Helios Developments began The construction of Helios Developments 15 000 sq ft Head Office in Espanola ON will include a large solar array one of the largest in Northern Ontario This will allow the office to operate with a Carbon Neutral Footprint Helios Developments believes that any business can be both profitable as well as environmentally responsible and will showcase this in Espanola with the belief that other local area businesses will follow suit Helios Developments will develop large scale solar arrays for Local Municipalities Aboriginal Groups and for profit businesses in Northern Ontario We determine how we can add value to the project by adding solar packages to land or roof tops Our team has a unique and comprehensive research program that allows us to locate property that has great solar investment opportunities Helios Developments will develop large scale solar farms that will not only offset the customer s carbon footprint but will provide enough Electricity to the Provincial Grid to eliminate older Coal fired Power Generating Facilities Helios will operate a micro FIT division to allow local area home owners the opportunity to take part in the governments FIT Feed in Tariff program as well Smaller residential rooftop solar arrays and ground mounted solar tracking arrays can be a great investment for a home owner as well as allow them to contribute to our goal to reduce GHG emissions This sale was made possible through the financial commitment of FedNor and NOHFC and the professional support of LAMBAC In the Summer of 2011 FedNor and NOHFC announced their support for the expansion of Phase II of the Town of Espanola s Light Industrial Park a financial contribution of approximately 896 000 In November of 2011 LAMBAC contracted with the Town of Espanola providing business development

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/mediareleases/item/434-purchase-of-8-industrial-lots-final (2016-02-13)
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  • New LED sign
    Library we needed an effective and easy to manage means to promote The new LED sign was made possible with Council s support and a generous donation from Lambac s Local Initiative Program The project fit our mandate to promote regional economic and community development says Mary Nelder Manager of Lambac The signage will support recreational programs offered by both the municipality and by community volunteers The promotion and marketing

    Original URL path: http://www.espanola.ca/mediareleases/item/404-new-led-sign (2016-02-13)
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