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PROVINCE LAUNCHES NORTHERN POLICY INSTITUTE

McGuinty government supporting northern economic development


GRAVELLE WELCOMES ADITYA BIRLA GROUP

Restart of Terrace Bay Mill points to long-term prosperity


ONTARIO HELPING PLAN INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS

McGuinty government launches $60 million Municipal Infrastructure Strategy


IMPROVING ACCESS TO EMERGENCY CARE IN THUNDER BAY

Gravelle & Mauro announce funding will improve ambulance response times


IMPROVING HIGHWAY 11 NEAR BEARDMORE

Gravelle announces $11 million in repaving work in Greenstone


CELEBRATING THE COMPLETION OF PHASE 1 AT PRINCE ARTHUR'S LANDING

Infrastructure investment showcased at new, modern waterfront in Thunder Bay


PROMOTING HEALTHY LIVING IN THUNDER BAY-SUPERIOR NORTH

McGuinty government supporting health and wellness


IMPROVING HIGHWAY 527 NEAR THUNDER BAY

Gravelle announces 25 kms to be rebuilt; work starts this summer


Thunder Bay Superior North Celebrates its Artists and Arts Organizations

MPP Michael Gravelle Announces Ontario Arts Council’s Grants for 2011-2012


Ontario Photo Card Now Available At Superior North ServiceOntario Centres

McGuinty Government Making It Easier To Access Government Services


SUPPORTING NEW DISCOVERIES AND JOB GROWTH

Mauro & Gravelle announce Government Investment in Lakehead University Research


NOHFC HELPS LONGLAC BUSINESS

Gravelle announces $125,000 for restoration company


TWO MORE THUNDER BAY BUSINESSES EXPANDING

Gravelle announces $864,000 funding will support 16 jobs


PASSING THE BUDGET CRITICAL TO ONTARIO'S ECONOMY

Efforts to be fair and reasonable ignored by opposition


SUPPORTING INDUSTRIAL SECTOR EXPANSION & JOB CREATION IN THE NORTH

Gravelle & Mauro announce new Industrial Electricity Incentive Program to help attract investment


RESTORING GREAT LAKES TO PROTECT ONTARIO'S FUTURE

McGuinty government makes Great Lakes Protection top priority


ONTARIO PROVIDING RELIEF TO THUNDER BAY IN FLOOD RECOVERY

Gravelle and Mauro announce province's support for recovery efforts


PROVINCE SUPPORTS FLOODED AREAS IN NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO

Gravelle & Mauro pledge to keep working with municipalities in states of emergency


EXPANDING SUPPORT FOR SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN NORTHERN ONTARIO

McGuinty Government breaking down language barriers, increasing access to services


IMPROVING HWY 17 BETWEEN SCHREIBER AND TERRACE BAY

Gravelle announces resurfacing project will employ as many as 40 workers

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