Six Nations Polytech gets $75,000 in student transportation aid

Six Nations Polytechnic is getting $75,000 in funding from the Ontario government ot help students get to school. The Ontario government is providing the $75,000.00 to help moe than 200 students with transportation to Six Nations Polytech. The funds will help students with daily inter campus transportation between the school’s Six Nations and Brantford campuses. It will provide for daily inter-campus transportation, stipends for academic placements and gas vouchers. “Having access to safe and reliable transportation is crucial for connecting people to schools, jobs, housing and other opportunities,” Brantford-Brant MPP Will Bouma. sad in announcing the funds. “Our government will continue to provide funding that meets the individual needs of Indigenous communities and organizations across Ontario for generations to come. The funding comes through the Indigenous Transportation Initiatives Fund (ITIF)…

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