Shelter House says it needs a stronger political commitment to its programs.
The organization's appeal for $500,000 in City funding was rejected, Monday.
It'll instead receive a slight increase to $255,000, from $235,000.
Executive director Patty Hajdu says the increase they were asking for brought their share of the municipal budget to less than one per cent.
Oliver Paipoonge remains tight lipped about the future of the Agriplex.
Mayor Lucy Kloosterhuis says its future was recently discussed during an in-camera meeting, but says she can't provide any specifics, other than Council is waiting for more details.
"We're getting more information on the expressions of interest and also some other material," says Kloosterhuis.
"Council won't be making any decisions or going forward with anything, until we get clarification of that information."
Additional information is expected to be returned to town council in January.
CN is choosing its words wisely.
The company told our newsroom, Monday, it continues to have "open dialogue" with the City and Fort William First Nation to reach an agreement in the case of the James Street Swing Bridge.
CN didn't answer questions on when the bridge might reopen, or what the hold-up is, but went on to say a third-party inspection of the bridge was conducted, and results were shared with the City and First Nation. (File photo)
Canada's Governor General says 2014 was a year of great celebration and commemoration.
In his New Years message, David Johnston says the country marked a number of significant anniversaries, and would like 2015 to be one where Canadians are more active.
"It doesn't matter how you get involved, just do it," says Johnston.
"By helping our fellow Canadians, participating in our civic life, by working to build prosperity in our communities. This is how we build a more caring and resilient society."