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Alliston Curling Club Inc.
$75,000 over six months to assist in replacing an old ice-making unit with a new energy-efficient
refrigeration system so that members of the community can continue to participate in the sport of
Alliston Nikolettes Gymnastics Club
$49,000 over one year to purchase sports equipment so that more Alliston area children and
youth will have the opportunity to participate in gymnastic and recreational activities.
Association of Chinese Arts & Literacy Contest for Youth
$10,000 over one year to support the 5th annual Chinese Arts & Literary Contest for Youth in
March and April of 2004 and promote Chinese-Canadian arts and culture in York Region.
Aurora Family Connections
$25,000 over one year to enable this community development organization to expand activities,
increase support to partner agencies and update its strategic and business plans.
Aurora Historical Society
$100,000 over one year to restore the interior of a local heritage building, the Church Street
School, which will expand the Aurora Museum and Archives and preserve an important part of
the history of the town.
Aurora Model Aircraft Club
$25,000 over six months to transform a vacant piece of land into a permanent model aircraft
flying field for community recreational activities.
Barrie Speed Skating Club c/o Ontario Speed Skating Association
$9,000 over six months to support the 2004 Ontario Speed Skating Championships in Barrie
which will benefit residents and attract tourists to the area.
Barrie Yacht Club
$42,500 over one year to purchase and repair safety boats and sail boats to be used to provide
more opportunities for children and youth to participate in the club’s Learn to Sail programs.
Bemnaawsijig Regional Aboriginal Women's Circle c/o Barrie Area Native Advisory Circle
$25,000 over six months to enhance support for Aboriginal women in crisis by conducting a
feasibility study into the creation of an Aboriginal Women's Transitional Living Support Strategy
for Simcoe County and northern York Region.
Bereaved Families of Ontario Simcoe/Muskoka Chapter
$18,000 over three months to purchase office equipment to enable the organization to provide its
services more efficiently and to establish a resource library.
Bradford and District Curling Club Limited
$75,000 over one year to make renovations to this popular community facility, which include
upgrading the kitchen, replacing windows and making the locker rooms and washrooms
accessible to people with limited mobility.
C.O.P.E. Canine Opportunity, People Empowerment
$25,000 over two years to help more at-risk youth in Simcoe County develop skills and a sense of
responsibility by expanding a program that teaches them how to train service dogs for people with
Canadian Museum of Hindu Civilization
$107,800 over two years to support the marketing programs of this unique museum located in
Richmond Hill and to develop cultural education programs for students across the York Region
and behond that present the dynamic aspects of the Hindu culture.
Children's Aid Society of the County of Simcoe
$166,500 over three years to reduce bullying among young children by expanding a school-
based, early intervention program in Simcoe County.
Churchill Curling Club
$23,000 over six months to purchase sports and office equipment that will enable Churchill area
children and youth to participate in curling programs and activities.
$22,000 over six months to purchase a portable stage and sound system that will be used at
community events and festivals throughout York region.
Collingwood Music Festival Association
$67,000 over two years to expand this classical music festival and build its audiences and long-
term sustainability by launching a marketing and corporate sponsorship campaign.
Collingwood Soccer Pitch Development Project c/o Collingwood Harbour PAC Inc.
$65,000 over two years to develop an organic soccer pitch that includes a compost station for
ongoing maintenance at the Fisher Field Sports Park in Collingwood.
Community Activities Resulting in Enrichment (CARE) c/o Big Sisters Association of
Barrie and District
$55,300 over one year to build skills and self-esteem among disadvantaged children and youth
living in the greater Barrie area by expanding a recreational and tutoring program.
Community Foundation of Orillia & Area
$135,000 over three years to build this community foundation's capacity to develop an
administrative fund and secure long-term operating sustainability.
Corporation of the Township of King
$120,000 over five years to purchase a portable skateboard park and host instructional clinics
and special events to provide recreational opportunities for over 2,000 youth in the community.
Doane House Hospice Inc.
$64,200 over three years to support people with terminal illnesses and their families in the
Newmarket area by expanding a day program and launching an art therapy program for bereaved
Doors Open Markham 2004 c/o Markham Village Conservancy
$10,000 over one year to promote ‘Doors Open Markham,' a celebration of community heritage to
be held August 28 to 29, 2004. Area residents and visitors will be able to tour local heritage
properties, many of which have never been open to the public.
Doors open Whitchurch-Stouffville Committee c/o Whitchurch-Stouffville Historical
$10,000 over one year to promote 'Doors Open Whitchurch-Stouffville', a celebration of
community heritage to be held on June 5, 2004. Area residents and visitors will be able to tour
local heritage properties, many of which have never been open to the public.
Earth Rangers Foundation
$60,000 over one year to purchase audiovisual equipment and educational exhibits for an
interactive theatre at the Earth Rangers Centre in Woodbridge.
Echo Research Institute
$30,000 over nine months to develop and host a stone sculpture symposium in Markham June 6
to July 1, 2004. The educational event, which will feature the creation of sculptures in public, is
expected to attract 30,000 visitors to the area.
$25,000 over six months to support the development of a skateboard park in Elmvale which will
provide recreational opportunities to children throughout the township.
Evergreen Hospice Markham-Stouffville
$112,300 over two years to increase palliative care services in the Markham and Stouffville areas
by upgrading and expanding the community hospice's day program and building its future
Family Resource Centre c/o Jewish Family & Child Service
$165,000 over three years to expand and enhance the centre’s services to families with young
children in southern York Region.
Friends of Unionvillec/o Unionville Village Festival Corporation
$140,000 over three years to enhance the cultural life of Unionville by combining four annual
festivals into one all-season celebration and launching an integrated fundraising and marketing
campaign to promote and support it.
Georgian Triangle Affordable Homeownership Initiative c/o Georgian Triangle Residential
$150,000 over three years to assist this Collingwood organization to increase access to
affordable homes for low-income families and people with disabilities by building partnerships
with community stakeholders and providing training and support to potential purchasers.
Georgina Arts Council
$195,000 over four years to enhance and expand cultural programs and activities available to
members of the community and tourists by supporting the operations of the arts centre and
gallery in Sutton.
Gibson Cultural Centre Corporation
$75,000 over six months to make a community cultural centre accessible as part of a major
renovation that will include an art gallery, performing arts theatre and community event space.
G'Nadjiwon Ki Aboriginal Tourism Association
$90,000 over two years to develop Aboriginal tourism by supporting the infrastructure and
building the revenue-generating capacity of an Aboriginal tourism association.
Grant House Collaborative c/o The Couchiching Conservancy
$50,000 over nine months to complete renovations at Grant House, which will become a
conservation training centre serving northern Simcoe County.
Hellenic Canadian Community of York
$56,600 over two years to expand and enhance the activities and strengthen the infrastructure of
this Hellenic community organization serving the York region.
Huronia Performing Arts For Children
$15,000 over three years to provide support for the organization as it undertakes a promotional
initiative to introduce quality arts programs to families with young children In the Midland area.
Huronia Symphony Incorporated
$78,000 over four years to strengthen this Barrie-based community orchestra and enhance its
performances to provide more opportunities for musicians and increase the availability of
affordable classical music concerts in the local community.
Increasing Affordable Housing Choices in York Region Project c/o Catholic Community
Services of York Region
$196,000 over three years to assist low-income families to find adequate housing by promoting
and facilitating the development of affordable housing units in York Region.
Kids Come First Child Care Centre of Vaughan
$77,400 over three years to foster volunteerism and social responsibility in children in Simcoe
and York regions and to assist aboriginal children and families in need by expanding a clothing
and children’s book drive. (An OTF grant of $10,000 from Northwestern Ontario is contributing
towards this initiative.)
Lake Simcoe Soccer Club Incorporated
$75,000 over six months to complete the construction and landscaping of two mini soccer pitches
at Georgina’s civic centre soccer complex which will provide safe recreational opportunities for
young children and youth in the community.
Le Villageois de Lafontaine
$24,000 over six months to investigate the feasibility of developing a housing complex that will
include a multi-use community centre in the village of Lafontaine to improve the quality of life of
$18,300 over one year to enable this Barrie area community choir to raise its profile and improve
performances by engaging professional musicians and purchasing new music.
Markham Guild of Village Crafts
$25,000 over one year to purchase equipment to expand existing programs, introduce new
classes and increase membership in this local craft guild.
Markham Ribfest & Blues Festival, c/o Pathways for Children, Youth & Families of York
$30,000 over six months to establish the Markham Ribfest and Blues Festival in order to raise
funds to expand and enhance the services offered by this Markham-based agency to homeless
youth in York Region.
Markham Rugby Football Club
$50,000 over three years to purchase equipment and support the club in offering safe, quality
programs that will attract new members from the community, including youth and seniors.
Markham Skating Club
$33,700 over 18 months to purchase equipment and coaching certification materials to increase
membership and to attract and certify volunteers who reflect the cultural diversity of the
Midland Curling Club Incorporated
$79,000 over one year to renovate the club’s facility to improve its appearance, energy efficiency
North Simcoe Healthy Streams Project c/o Huronia Communities Foundation - La
Fondation communautaire de la Huronie
$151,000 over three years to assist this Midland-based organization to establish stream
rehabilitation projects in the agricultural community in order to improve the water quality and fish
and wildlife habitat in North Simcoe.
Oak Ridges Moraine Land Trust
$180,000 over three years to enable this environmental stewardship agency to build land
securement and outreach programs for the Oak Ridges Moraine and strengthen its fundraising
Oak Ridges Trail Association
$79,500 over two years to enhance the organization’s ability to develop a sustainable trail
network across the Oak Ridges moraine by planning and organizing trail development and
One-Stop Access York Region Initiative c/o Carefirst Seniors & Community Services
$178,600 over three years to better serve Mandarin-speaking Chinese newcomers to York
Region by establishing a neighbourhood based, multi-agency, multi-service storefront centre in
the Markham area.
Ontario Centre for Environmental Technology Advancement
$116,000 over three years to develop partnerships and build awareness about the need to
involve small and mid-size enterprises in pollution prevention, energy efficiency and toxic waste
reduction to improve air and water quality in York Region.
Ontario Council of Alternative Businesses
$75,000 over one year to enable Ontarians with psychiatric disabilities to attend a conference in
York region aimed at promoting small businesses, managed and operated by people affected by
$240,000 over four years to bring affordable and accessible opera to York Region by supporting a
local professional opera company in undertaking activities to build its infrastructure, programming
and financial sustainability.
Orillia Native Women's Group
$101,000 over two years to assist this Aboriginal women's group in increasing and expanding
cultural and social services to Aboriginal families by developing long-range plans, building
partnerships and increasing the number of volunteers and members.
Orillia Spring Blues Festival
$20,000 over one year to expand a community blues festival in Orillia and make it more appealing
to children and youth by adding new program material.
Palliative Care Network for York Region
$128,900 over two years to enhance and expand palliative care services in York Region by
increasing community awareness of available services and building the fundraising capacity of
this not-for-profit network.
Partenaires de services et programmes de formation c/o Centre d'accès à l'apprentissage
$74,000 over two years for a joint initiative of 12 training and employment agencies to improve
the coordination and delivery of programs and services to francophones in the Barrie area.
Pine Tree Potters' Guild
$48,700 over one year to enable this Aurora based potters guild to offer York Region residents
quality programs by assisting it in purchasing new equipment and enhancing its marketing
Queensville Players Musical Theatre
$75,500 over five years to support marketing and fundraising efforts by this community theatre to
enhance performances and increase audiences. The company is based in Holland Landing and
performs at the Stephen Leacock Theatre in Keswick.
Quest Gallery and Huronia School of Visual Arts
$92,000 over three years to help strengthen this Penetanguishene organization to meet the
growing demand for visual arts programs and services in North Simcoe.
Richmond Hill Canoe Club
$70,000 over one year to purchase a dragon boat, canoes and safety equipment to enhance and
expand the dragon boat, recreational and competitive programs at the club.
Royal Canadian Legion Barrie Branch 147 (Barrie)
$53,900 over one year for renovations to enhance the accessibility and comfort of this Barrie area
facility that is used by many community groups for social and recreational activities.
Royal Canadian Legion Sunset Post (Ont. No. 523) Branch
$75,000 over one year to replace the roof of the Victoria Harbour facility to provide a safer,
healthier and more attractive meeting space for community groups and families.
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 270 (Coldwater)
$75,000 over six months to upgrade fire and safety equipment and make needed renovations to
this popular community facility in Coldwater.
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 34 (Orillia)
$15,700 over six months to enhance and expand an annual festival in Orillia which celebrates
and promotes Scottish culture and attracts tourists to the area.
Royal Candian Legion Branch 619 (Warminster)
$36,000 over six months to complete needed furniture and equipment upgrades at the Legion
Hall in Warminster which is used for many community activities.
Schizophrenia Society of Ontario-York-Simcoe Region c/o The Schizophrenia Society of
$28,000 over one year to assist the Richmond Hill-based organization to increase and expand its
education and support services to families affected by schizophrenia throughout York Region.
Seasons Centre for Grieving/Traumatized Children
$115,000 over two years to enable the centre to care for grieving and traumatized children by
providing support for equipment, outreach and program activities.
Simcoe County Association for the Physically Disabled
$131,000 over three years to support public awareness programs and to enhance services to
people with physical disabilities in Simcoe County.
Simcoe Women's Wellness Centre Corporation
$65,500 over 18 months to support the centre in building its infrastructure in order to better
promote women’s health and wellness in the Barrie area.
St. John Ambulance York Region Branch c/o St. John Ambulance Council of Ontario
$128,800 over three years to raise the profile of the organization and to purchase equipment so
that it can continue to provide quality first aid services and training throughout York Region.
Stayner Figure Skating Club
$3,500 over six months to purchase music equipment and coaching aids to enhance special
events and competitive and recreational programs offered by the club.
Suburbanaries Senior Barbershop Chorus
$5,000 to purchase uniforms which will enhance the image of this seniors chorus serving the
Sunshine Festival Theatre Company
$15,000 over one year to support an enhanced marketing campaign to increase attendance at
shoulder season productions of this community theatre company in Orillia.
Talk Is Free Theatre
$25,000 over two years to support a youth drama internship program and community outreach
initiatives, which are part of this Barrie-based theatre’s community enhancement project.
Temperance Hall Restoration Project c/o Sharon Temple Museum Society
$85,000 over two years to preserve the heritage of the village of Sharon by restoring the 19th
century Temperance Hall for use as a community centre.
The Cellar Singers
$61,600 over three years to enable an Orillia-based community choir to enhance its operational
efficiency and build long-term sustainability in order to continue to bring quality choral music to
The Latcham Gallery Association
$200,000 over four years to provide operational and administrative support to raise the profile of
this Stouffville-based gallery so that more York region residents will benefit from its programs.
The Ontario Poetry Society
$2,000 over one year to support a poetry contest entitled Celebrating Canada which will be open
to all residents of Ontario. The winning entries will be published in both English and French.
The Stephen Leacock Association Inc.
$5,000 over one year to assist the Orillia association in its outreach efforts to expand programs
and services and increase exposure for the literary works of Stephen Leacock and other
The York-Durham Heritage Railway
$69,000 over a one year to complete the restoration of a historic locomotive with passenger cars
and to support a strategic marketing initiative for the York-Durham Heritage Railway project in
$100,000 over one year to upgrade the facility so that this community theatre group can extend
its season, raise production standards and improve patron safety.
Touring Players of Canada
$49,000 over one year to support rehearsals and touring performances and enable this children's
theatre company to offer affordable and high quality live theatre experiences to children
throughout Simcoe and York.
Township of Essa
$75,000 over one year to assist with the restoration of Bell's Gristmill in Utopia. The restored
gristmill will operate as a working museum that will attract tourists to the area.
Union Street Women's Institute c/o Town of East Gwillimbury
$68,000 over six months to undertake renovations to a historic school house which serves as the
North Union Community Centre in Sharon.
Voice Impact Project Theatre Troupe Inc.
$15,000 over one year to increase the amount of children's theatre available in York Region by
expanding an annual children's theatre festival in Newmarket.
Volunteer Barrie Centre for Community Involvement
$27,000 over six months to strengthen the centre’s ability to recruit, screen, train and refer
volunteers to community organizations and to develop a strategic plan for future development.
Wendat Community Psychiatric Support Programs
$120,000 over three years to increase opportunities for people with mental illness by renovating a
community facility in Midland and carrying out activities to promote public understanding.
York Community Stewardship and Restoration Initiative c/o Evergreen
$291,000 over five years to educate community members about urban habitat conservation and
involve them in planting, stewardship and land protection activities to restore wildlife habitat and
enhance biodiversity across York Region.
York Region Neighbourhood Services Inc.
$220,000 over four years to assist this organization to provide much needed Boys and Girls Club
recreation programs for children and youth in the fast-growing and diverse community of York
York Region Rose of Sharon Services for Young Mothers
$280,200 over five years to enable this women’s agency in Newmarket to introduce an alumnae
initiative to provide transitional support to graduates of a program for pregnant teens and young
mothers and evaluate its long-term impact.
York-Durham Academy of the Performing Arts
$13,000 over one year to enable more children and youth from across York region to participate
in arts, dance and drama programs.
Zareinu Educational Centre of Metropolitan Toronto
$89,400 over three years to help this Thornhill organization reduce isolation and stress among
families of children with special needs by launching sibling support workshops and developing a
regional model for community sensitization training.
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