$17,900 to create new Francophone partnerships in The Nation

The Nation Municipality has received $ 17,900 as part of the Francophone Community Grants Program, which is aimed at enhancing the cultural and commercial vitality of the province’s Francophone communities and supporting their development.

As part of the “Community and Culture Stream,” the project “Vidéos promotionnels” will increase collaboration among service providers to enhance services to Ontario’s Francophone communities. Promotional videos will be delivered with the aim of reaching 20,000 clients and creating five new products and five new partnerships.

In all, 48 projects are receiving $1 million across the province.

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