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Local municipalities receive infrastructure funding

A number of local municipalities are getting a share of the $51.2 million announced Tuesday by the federal and provincial governments for public infrastructure.

The funding will support the development of modern and accessible recreational spaces, and the replacement of equipment in health and emergency facilities.

A number of municipalities and townships in Huron, Perth, Bruce, Grey and Wellington are receiving funding ranging from just under $100,000 to as much as over half a million.

Other investments include increased options for active transportation, and the renovation of municipal infrastructure and community centres.

Bruce County
Arran-Elderslie – $80,000/$20,000 (federal/provincial split)
Brockton – $80,000/$20,000
Huron-Kinloss – $80,000/$20,000
Kincardine – $201,392/$50,348
Northern Bruce Peninsula – $134,180/$33,545
Saugeen Shores – $356,619/$89,130
South Bruce Peninsula – $80,000/$20,000

Huron County
Ashfield-Colborne Wawanosh – $80,000/$20,000
Bluewater – $80,000/$20,000
Central Huron – $104,303/$26,076
Howick – $79,752/$19,938
Huron East – $990,333/$22,583
Huron County – $219,824/$54,956
North Huron – $80,000/$20,000
South Huron – $140,000/$35,000

Perth County
North Perth – $134,180/$33,545
Perth East – $80,000/$20,000
Perth South – $80,000/$20,000
St. Marys – $101,357/$25,339
Stratford – $406,578/$101,645
West Perth – $128,099/$32,025

Wellington County
Centre Wellington – $259,539/$64,885
Mapleton – $80,000/$20,000
Minto – $107,200/$26,800
Wellington North – $159,616/$39,904
Wellington County – $456,023/$114,006

Grey County
Chatsworth – $64,000/$16,000
Georgian Bluffs – $80,000/$20,000
Grey Highlands – $80,000/$20,000
Grey County – $201,180/$50,295
Hanover – $79,752/$19,938
Meaford – $80,000/$20,000
Owen Sound – $348,614/$87,154
Southgate – $79,200/$19,800
West Grey – $80,000/$20,000
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