Cinevate and Superior Self Storage received NOHFC Grants

Shop Local Thunder BayTHUNDER BAY – Through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) Enterprises North Job Creation Program, Thunder Bay Cinevate and Thunder Bay Superior Self Storage are expanding their operations, purchasing new equipment and offering more services.

Thunder Bay Cinevate will renovate and expand facilities and purchase new equipment, supporting 10 jobs, while Thunder Bay Superior Self Storage will support six jobs by expanding to offer more services, including making coolers and freezer storage available to local agricultural produce growers.

“I’m very pleased to see this NOHFC support for Thunder Bay businesses as they grow and reach out to larger markets. Supporting entrepreneurs as they expand their businesseses helps ensure future prosperity for Northwestern Ontario,” enthused Michael Gravelle, MPP Thunder Bay-Superior North.

“In 2005, we refocused the NOHFC to support job creation in Northern Ontario. Today’s investments are creating employment opportunities, growing businesses and further diversifying the Northern economy,” added Rick Bartolucci, Minister of Northern Development and Mines,