The best solutions for combating climate change in rural and remote Indigenous communities come from the people who live there. That is why Canada is enabling these communities to use less diesel fuel and more renewable energy — driving economic prosperity while protecting our environment.
Investments in Atlantic Canada’s businesses and communities help create good-paying jobs for the middle class and open opportunities for growth and diversity. Improvements to tourism and transportation infrastructure in small, rural and remote communities like Nain spark increased growth and development, generating opportunities for economic success in the region.
The Bucket Shop is scaling-up operations and creating up to 40 highly-skilled jobs thanks to a Government of Canada investment of $2.1 million. This repayable FedNor contribution will enable the firm to find new ways to increase productivity and access new domestic and global markets.