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La Voce Euro-Canada - Autunno 1999





Sault Ste. Marie breaks new ground in using a special federal

program in a unique international marketing campaign.

Sault Ste. Marie, On, Aug, 12 /CNW/ - The

City of Sault Ste. Marie is among the first in

the Canada to take advantage of a federal

international marketing program and today

premiered a unique marketing tool designed

to bring new investment, business and

opportunities to the community of 80,000

located on the international border.

Sault Ste. Marie says it is the best place in

Canada for European firms to do business

in Canada and the US mid-west offering a

market of 60 million people withing a day’s

drive of the city.

Sault Ste. Marie received funds from the

Program for Export Market Development for

Investment to promote itself in a CD ROM

and print information package and will distribute

it to key contacts in Italy, Portugal

and Finland.

Conrad Paquette, Director, International

Business and Senior Trade Commissioner

from Industry Canada, Ontario region commended

the city on its efforts, “This is an

excellent example of forward thinking by the

city of Sault Ste. Marie which has recognized

the importance of foreign direct

investment in continued economic growth,

job creation, and prosperity for the city and

for the country. Sault Ste. Marie is leading

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the way in the development and implementation

of a solid investment attraction strategy.”

The two year program has a budget of

$234,000 from federal, municipal and private


Sault Mayor Stephen Butland said, “Our key

private sector partners include Sault Ste.

Marie’s Royal Bank, Public Utilities

Commission, Great Lakes Power, our

Economic Development Corporation and

the Airport Development Corporation. Their

support and the efforts of Sault MP Carmen

Provenzano have made this exciting and

innovative marketing tool a reality.”

Yesterday the city announced three inbound

exploratory investment mission from high

ranking officiales of Italy, Portugal and

Finland. Portuguese representatives will be

the first in the Sault next week and will be

presented with the CD as part of package

they will take back to their country to stimulate

investment interest in Sault Ste. Marie.

For further information: telephone numbers:

Sault Ste. Marie Mayor Stephen Butland

(705) 759-5344; Conrad Paquette, Director,

International Business and Senior Trade

Commissioner from Industry Canada,

Ontario region (416) 954-6326; Sault MP

Carmen Provenzano (705) 941-2900



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Biography of

Carmen Provenzano

Member of parliament for Sault

Ste-Marie (Ontario)

House of commons Ottawa

Carmen Provenzano is a third generation

resident of Sault Ste. Marie, and he and

his wife, Ada, have a large extended

family in Sault Ste. Marie. He is a graduate

of St. Mary’s College and attented

St. Francis Xavier University in Nova

Scotia. Carmen graduated from the

University of Windsor with a Bachelor

of Arts degree in psychology and history.

He received his LL.B. from Queen’s

University in Kingston, Ontario, and

completed his bar admission course at

Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto.

Carmen is married to Ada (born Canaris)

and they have four children. Son, Frank,

is Director of Player Development for

the Washington Capitals hockey team.

Sons, Lucas and Mark, and daughter,

Jana, are presently completing their post

secondary education.

Carmen was a former partner in the

prominent Sault law firm, Provenzano

McMillan, founded 23 years ago and

active in most areas of law, with emphasis

on real estate development, administrative,

estate and commercial law. He

also served for two years as an assistant

city solicitor in Sault Ste. Marie and was

a sessional instructor in public law at

Algoma University. Hi community

activities include thirteen years as a

School Board Trustee and membership

on the Algoma District Health Council.

Carmen Provenzano was elected to the

House of Commons as the Member of

Parliament for Sault Ste. Marie on june

2, 1997 and serves as the Chair of the

Northern Ontario Caucas.

Tel: (705) 941-2900

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