Through the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund (CIIF), the Harper Government has committed to creating jobs and supporting communities through repairs and improvements to existing community facilities. Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD) is delivering the Fund in Western Canada with an allocation of $46.2 million over two years.
Four CIIF projects have been funded in east-central Saskatchewan, with funding allocated as follows:
|Project Location||Project Title||Federal Funding||Total Project Funding|
|1||Town of Watson||Upgrade sports fields & complete renovations at Watson arena||$ 59,402||$ 125,694|
|2||Village of Spalding||Upgrade kitchen of Spalding Hall||$ 5,150||$ 10,300|
|3||Village of Prud’homme||Reinforce structural integrity of Prud’homme Multicultural Providence Museum||$ 5,150||$ 10,300|
|4||Lake Charron Regional Park||Upgrade existing facilities including the access road, power service and washrooms and dressing rooms||$ 50,150||$ 100,300|
More information on the delivery of the Fund in each region is available by contacting each regional development agency. In Western Canada, please visit www.wd-deo.gc.ca for further details.
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