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MINISTER MACKAY ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FOR COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE IN RICHMOND AND INVERNESS COUNTIES

 

PORT HAWKESBURY (NS) – December 8, 2012 – As part of Economic Action Plan 2012, the Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of National Defence and Regional Minister for Nova Scotia, on behalf of the Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Associate Minister of National Defence and Minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency) (La Francophonie), today announced federal government investments for eight projects in Richmond and Inverness Counties.

 

“Our Government has made infrastructure improvements a key part of its plan to create jobs, growth and long-term prosperity for Nova Scotians,” said Minister MacKay. “These recreation facilities play an important role in community life for the areas they serve. We know that these investments enhance the quality of life in our communities, while generating economic activity and jobs.”

 

The Government of Canada’s combined investment of $245,552 will support the upgrading of the following well-known community recreation facilities.

 

 The Lennox Passage Yacht Club will receive $101,000 to make significant improvements to its wharf.

 

• The Port Hawkesbury Veterans’ Memorial Park will receive $33,000 to upgrade the cenotaph property in Port Hawkesbury.

 

• The Acadiaville Community Centre will receive $26,000 to renovate its facility in West Arichat and acquire kitchen equipment.

 

• The Little Anse/Sampson’s Cove Social Action Club will receive $25,719 to upgrade its community hall including a new heating/cooling system, kitchen renovations, a new well, interpretive signage and parking lot upgrades.

 

• The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 150 of Isle Madame will receive $22,982 to undertake various building improvements.

 

 The River Bourgeois Community Service Society will receive $15,500 to upgrade its multi- purpose community facility including renovations to the building and enhancements to an existing baseball field, playground and tennis court.

 

• Development Isle Madame will receive $13,133 to upgrade the LeNoir Landing Forge, a popular attraction on the Arichat waterfront.

 

• The Consolidated Recreation Association will receive $8,218 to conduct upgrades to the Whycocomagh Arena.

 

In Economic Action Plan 2012, the government announced plans to further modernize Canada’s infrastructure by committing $150 million over two years for the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund. The CIIF supports projects that look to improve existing community infrastructure, such as community centres, recreational buildings, local arenas, cultural and other community facilities.

 

The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency is delivering the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund in Atlantic Canada with an allocation of $16.6 million over two years.

 

Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation is a federal Crown corporation offering programs in support of commercial development, community development, environmental stewardship and real property development on Cape Breton Island and in the Mulgrave area.

 

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INFORMATION:  
 
D.A. Landry

ECBC Communications

902 564 3617

 

Andrea MacDonald

Special Assistant (Communications)

Office of the Hon. Peter MacKay

Minister of National Defence and MP for Central Nova

(902) 426-4414 (main) or (902) 401-4682 (cell)

 

Marcel Boudreau

Lennox Passage Yacht Club

902 623 0090

 

Belle MacIntyre

Port Hawkesbury Veterans’ Memorial Park

902 625 0812

 

Brenda Martell

Acadiaville Community Centre

902 226 2645 (main) or 902 631 3819 (cell)

 

Donald Kehoe

Little Anse/Smapson’s Cove Social Action Club

902 227 5778

 

Joan Clannon

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 150

902 631 1917

 

Sherry Baccardax

River Bourgeois Community Service Society

902 535 3182

 

Joan Clannon

Development Isle Madame

902 226 1918

 

Brian Ellis

Consolidated Recreation Association

902 623 1165

 
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