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OACFDC 2010 Award of Excellence

OACFDC 2010 Award of Excellence



The Atikokan Economic Development Corporation received the CFDC 2010 Award of Excellence for their work with the Atikokan Bass Classic. Watch the video


To Learn Online
Community Futures Network of Canada

What is it?
It is a program, running up to 42 weeks, of self-employment assistance with financial support for people who are on, or who have been on Employment Insurance. Self-Employment Benefits are a tool that will help individuals to create jobs for themselves through self-employment, by providing them with various types of support during the period when they start up a business.

Click for more details on the Self Employment Benefits Program.

As a service offered by Atikokaninfo.com, the Atikokan Economic Development Corporation and the Atikokan Employment Centre, employment opportunities are  available online. Click on image to access job postings.

Limited edition prints of White Otter Castle are now available at the AEDC office located at 214 Main Street, (corner of Main & Marks). Click for more details.


Designed for small business.  More than 125 hands on courses to help move your business forward.  Work at your own pace from your home or office.

The Atikokan-Quetico Logo is now available for local groups to use in their promotion of Atikokan as an outdoor tourist recreation destination. The logo is available in a variety of formats, we have provided links below for JPEG and TIFF formats.

AEDC Executive Director Garry McKinnon presents the Atikokan Bass Classic's Jim Johnson with a prize donation of $1,000 for its annual tournament.

Attend Committee Meetings
Provide Advice on concept plans
Prepare options for blowdown areas
Complete Work Permits
Map out possible signage areas
Assist collecting data on campsites
Assist the committee in any other designated trails work, required to have two concept plans submitted by November deadline.

Skills required - Valid First Aid Certificate, Use own vehicle, GPS skills, work independently and experience working the bush
$25.00/hour for 180 hours (set own hours) Mileage provided.  Completion date:  Mid October

Resumes must be received at AEDC Office (214 Main Street) or email to Paula.sanders@atikokaninfo.com by August 22/14


 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Futures are Community Futures Development Corporations and Community Business Development Corporations (CFDCs/CBDCs) that provide their communities with a variety of services including business development loans, technical support, training and information. In addition to the business development component, CFDCs/CBDCs involve themselves in a wide array of community initiatives, including strategic planning processes, research and feasibility studies, and the implementation of a diverse range of community economic development (CED) projects