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Moose Deer Point First Nation business expansion and upgrades

Friday, May 2nd 2008 2:44:59pm

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First Nation business expansion and upgrades (Parry Sound/Muskoka region)

The community of Moose Deer Point First Nation and Niigon Technologies will host Leona Dombrowsky, Ontario’s Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs as the Minister makes a funding announcement.

Minister Dombrowsky will meet with local dignitaries, community leaders and tour the Niigon Technologies plant and make an announcement with respect to local economic development.


Welcome Ceremony, Niigon Plant Tour and Rural Economic Development


Honourable Leona Dombrowsky, Ontario’s Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
Chief Barron King, Moose Deer Point First Nation


Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at 3:00 pm


Main entrance, Niigon Technologies Ltd., 1008 Ogemawahj Rd., Moose Deer Point First Nation, MacTier. Ontario

Directions: Exit - 12 Mile Bay Road (Muskoka Road 12) from Highway 400 and travel west 20 kilometres until you see the Niigon sign.  (Highway exit is between Waubaushene and Parry Sound)

For logistical and safety reason it would be appreciated if media representatives intending to join the plant tour would pre-register.

For more information, event details or to register for the Niigon Technologies plant tour, contact:

Environmental Communication Options / Penasi Communications at 416-972-7404

Niigon Technologies Ltd.
, (Ojibway for the future) is a leading Injection Molding Facility that is a showplace of manufacturing automation, efficiency, and environmental responsibility. The company is wholly owned by the First Nation, with all dividends being reinvested in social, environmental, wellness, and infrastructure projects.