Thursday, January 27, 2022

Tag: recreational infrastructure

Burnaby forges ahead with construction program of major new facilities

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The City of Burnaby continues to pursue the most ambitious capital program in its history, with the approval of a financial plan that will...

Groundbreaking held for MURC in Georgina, Ontario

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The Town of Georgina held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Multi-use Recreation Complex (MURC) – the largest project in its history. Mayor Margaret...

Governments invest in new recreation campus for Winnipeg

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The governments of Canada, Manitoba and the City of Winnipeg announced funding for the first phase of the South Winnipeg Recreation Campus, located in...

Recreation infrastructure funding for Niagara Region

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The governments of Canada and Ontario announced joint funding for four recreational and community infrastructure projects in the Niagara Region. The Government of Canada is...

Community and recreational infrastructure for Eastern Ontario

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The governments of Canada and Ontario announced joint funding for  improvements to community, culture, and recreational infrastructure for three projects in three communities in Eastern Ontario. The...

Manitoba recreation infrastructure projects get $23M

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The governments of Canada and Manitoba announced funding for 15 culture and recreation infrastructure projects in Manitoba’s rural and northern communities. In Brandon, funding will...

$35M in funding for new Scarborough community centre

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The governments of Canada, Ontario and the City of Toronto, announced funding for the construction of the Tamil Community Centre in Scarborough, Ontario. The federal...

Recreational infrastructure funding for Atlantic university

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The governments of Canada and Nova Scotia announced funding for the construction of a new running track at the Université Sainte-Anne campus. The project will...

Calgary invests $154M to support six capital projects

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Calgary Council approved $154 million to support the development of six capital projects that will increase recreation opportunities in under-served areas of Calgary, allowing...

Laval aquatic complex to receive $20M in government funding

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The governments of Canada and Quebec announced $20 million in funding to build an aquatic complex in Laval. The $20 million in financial assistance will help build...
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