Sustainable Economic Development

First Nation Conservation Program

If you would like to learn more about the First Nations Conservation Program, please visit the following link: http://www.hydroone.com/MyHome/SaveEnergy/Pages/FNCP.aspx

Programs and Services

  • Property management
  • Administration of the operation of New Credit Variety & Gas Bar convenience store
  • MCFN infrastructure – Prepare proposals for, and implement the infrastructure required, to support the MCFN community and economic development plans
  • Business development – Continue exploring potential joint ventures as opportunities present themselves
  • Community services – Advise community members on issues which may impact them through community economic/entrepreneurial development
  • Employment opportunities – Assist in the creation of employment opportunities for MCFN members both directly and indirectly (from tenants)
  • MCFN Business Grants Program (on hold currently)
  • Business resources
  • Liaise with departments/assist departments with funding proposals
  • Commercial and Industrial development. An area of 59.6 acres has been designated for commercial and industrial development.  The establishment of the 60-acre park came about as a result of many years of planning and development by the First Nation. During this time the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation investigated a number of economic development opportunities which would provide long-term income for the First Nation and employment opportunities for the members of this vibrant and growing First Nation community. Designed to include the feasible developments of:
    • Light industrial lots
    • Medium to heavy industrial lots
    • Existing retail/office complex
    • Commercial development
    • Road allowance

Main Initiatives

  • Waterline expansion project
  • Phase III of the MCFN waterline expansion project which will provide potable water for residences on a portion of Second Line Road and Townline Road
  • Proposed subdivision development
  • Completion of the funding package for infrastructure development on 18 additional lots
  • MCFN development conference
  • Grand valley water supply project
  • Participate in a partnership model whereby the feasibility of water distribution from the Nanticoke Water Plant to outlying areas is reviewed
  • Leasing of commercial plaza
  • Leasing of industrial building
  • Leasing of Kuiper and Armbruster Properties
  • New business opportunities (click on the following: developmentopportunities for development opportunities)
  • Performing on-going project reviews, including proposed partnerships, joint ventures and investment requests for required approval by Chief and Council

2789 Mississauga Road, Bldg. #1, Hagersville, ON, N0A 1H0

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