The wait is over, Northern Ontario! Our Tbaytel for Good Judging Panel thought long and hard about which idea for Sports and Recreation should come out on top. Seventy percent of the final score was based on the judges' assessment of meeting the idea criteria. Congratulations to our $5,000 Grand Prize Winner who clearly demonstrated the challenge at hand and provided a solid plan of action to improve their greater community for good. Congratulations also to the five Semi-Finalists who will each receive $2,000 to turn their good ideas into reality.
Thunder Bay Synchro aims to foster and develop the health of youth in the community while enhancing our clubs programs and community impact.
The idea is to install a splash pad near Chapleau’s Rotary Pavilion bringing years of summer fun to the banks of the Chapleau River.
The Rainy River Recreation Board would like to repair the baseball diamond's fences to make it a safer place for players and spectators.
New international standards for dryland training prompt us to replace our dryboard and crash mat landing area to maintain compliance.
A multi-use building and open air pavilion at Rotary Park in Dryden which currently has 4 regulation size soccer pitches and a skate-park.
All you need is a good idea.Get details