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Lambton College and Kettle & Stony Point First Nation partner to open new satellite entrepreneurship office

After securing a $90-million federal deal last fall, the Chippewas of Kettle & Stony Point First Nation are now positioning themselves for economic growth.

Officials with the First Nation band and Lambton College gathered Thursday to open their joint satellite entrepreneurship office inside the Kettle & Stony Point administration building northeast of Sarnia.

“There’s so many jobs and so many opportunities that are going to arrive in those two communities over the coming five to 10 years that it just made sense that we open up a small business incubator at Kettle & Stony Point,” said Jon Milos, the college’s director of entrepreneurship. Read More.

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