Plans unveiled for First Nations student living centre in Thunder Bay

December 12, 2012

The Wasaya Group has revealed its plans for a new student living centre in Thunder Bay to house students from First Nations communities who are attending Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School. Estimated to cost approximately $15 million to build, the Dennis Franklin Cromarty Living Centre will be located close to the secondary school and accommodate 150 students in double rooms. The centre will have 24-hour security, recreation facilities, and support services, including on-site counselling. The Wasaya Group hopes construction of the centre can start next year so that it can open its doors to students in 2015. The company is calling on the public for support. CBC