The Municipality of Temagami aims to support local businesses through providing information regarding business plans, funding application, available services and information relevant to Temagami Municipality.
Marten River Association of Tourist Camp Operators
Marten River Association of Tourist Camp Operators is a local support network for tourism-related businesses in the Marten River area. They also help in advertising and in making information available in the area via their website.
It remains the only community foundation in North America founded as a partnership among Aboriginal and other community members, including seasonal residents. The objective of the Temagami Community Foundation (“TCF”) is to promote the well-being of all members of the Temagami community by advocating environmental stewardship and awareness; supporting community arts and culture; honouring First Nation heritage; and fostering sustainable community economic development.
Enterprise Temiskaming is focused on providing support to start-up and small enterprises during their initial years of development and operation. Entrepreneurs are provided with easy access to business consulting services and information covering management, marketing, technology and financing.
FedNor is a federal regional development organization in Ontario that works with a variety of partners, as both a facilitator and catalyst, to help create an environment in which communities can thrive, businesses can grow and people can prosper.
The Labour Market Group is one of 21 boards across Ontario that is a not-for-profit, community based organization. The Board consists of volunteers who represent a variety of labour market sectors including Business, Labour, Education, Marginalized Workers, and three levels of government.
Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC)
The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) is working to build strong, prosperous northern communities and we are pleased to offer seven unique programs to help foster hope and opportunity across Northern Ontario.
South Temiskaming Community Futures Development Corporation
Loans, Loan guarantees and equity investments to new or existing businesses that have viable business plans, demonstrate personal commitment, help maintain or create jobs, and cannot obtain sufficient financing form other sources.
Temiskaming Development Fund Corporation (Tem Fund)
467 Ferguson Avenue, P.O. Box 869
Toll Free: 1-800-362-9819 (applies to 705 area code only)
Temfund is an aggressive, yet selective lender to new and existing businesses in the Resource and Industrial sector within the provincial electoral boundaries of the District of Temiskaming. The primary goal is to promote economic growth within Temiskaming. Defer principle and interest payments for between 3-6 months on loans advanced-maximum $1 M.
The Business Centre – Nipissing and Parry Sound Inc.
The Business Centre Nipissing Parry Sound Inc. is a partnership between the City of North Bay, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, the Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry, and various community partners. The office assists in the start-up of new and the expansion of existing businesses.
The Communities In Action Fund (CIAF) aims to help bring about a physical activity and community sport culture in Ontario by helping local, regional and provincial not-for-profit organizations provide and enhance opportunities for physical activity through community sport and recreation.
The Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry advocates on behalf of Ontario’s northern region, as well as on behalf of the province’s minerals industry and its forest sector industries. They deliver government programs and services in Northern Ontario and represent the interests of our partners and stakeholders at Queen’s Park.
The Rural Economic Development (RED) program assists with the costs of projects that use the power of partnership to create change. The partners might be individuals, businesses, organizations, or municipal governments that share a common goal: to breathe new life into rural communities, make more opportunities to develop skills, and improve access to health care.
Our Small Business Enterprise Centres (SBECs) provide entrepreneurs with all the tools they need to start and grow their businesses. Each centre is staffed with dedicated business professionals who help you determine what you need to do before, during and after launching your business.
Economic Development and Trade. The agency focuses on improving the interactions between government and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Ontario. It provides high-level advice to the minister on key issues affecting the growth and competitiveness of small and medium-sized businesses in Ontario.