Sault Ste Marie Council meets with Northern Cabinet

Sault Ste Marie Ontario Cabinet
Ontario Cabinet meets in Sault Ste Marie - First Northern cabinet meeting since 1995
Sault Ste Marie Ontario Cabinet
Ontario Cabinet meets in Sault Ste Marie – First Northern cabinet meeting since 1995

SAULT STE MARIE – Sault Ste Marie Mayor Debbie Amaroso and Members of City Council hosted a reception last evening with Cabinet Ministers from the new Ontario government and the City’s Senior Management Team. This function provided the opportunity for valuable discussions regarding Sault Ste. Marie’s upcoming projects, unique challenges and community strengths. 

Sault Ste Marie Northern Cabinet Meeting 

“The Ontario Premier, the Honourable Kathleen Wynne committed to convening a cabinet meeting in Northern Ontario, and Sault Ste. Marie was the chosen destination. MPP David Orazietti, newly appointed Minister of Natural Resources, and his office was instrumental in having these meetings held in our community,” commented Mayor Amaroso.

“It was a pleasure to host the Ontario Cabinet here in Sault Ste. Marie. This was an excellent opportunity for us, within the Municipality, to make personal connections and forge a cooperative and productive relationship with our Provincial colleagues,” stated Mayor Amaroso.

Sault Ste Marie Council and MPP work together

“This is an exciting opportunity and a reflection of David Orazietti’s dedication to the residents of Sault Ste. Marie and Northern Ontario,” continued Amaroso. “We look forward to continuing to work with his local constituency office and Ministry staff as we jointly strive towards economic opportunities in the resource sector and lasting growth and prosperity for our community”.

City of Sault Ste. Marie CAO Joe Fratesi noted that “David has worked tirelessly for our City and all of Northern Ontario since his first election and we look forward to working with him”.

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