A new tourism relief fund is available for eligible Northern Ontario applicants.
The $500 million Tourism Relief Fund will be spread over two years and will include $50 million for Indigenous tourism initiatives and $15 million for national initiatives. Over the program’s duration, FedNor will spend $25.3 million.
Designed to help tourism businesses adapt their operations to meet public health requirements, the funds will also help with investment in products and services to further their growth.
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