Infrastructure projects get federal funding approval
June 3, 2002
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
The federal government announces projects as they receive approval from the Infrastructure Canada Program on a spec...
The federal government announces projects as they receive approval from the Infrastructure Canada Program on a special website – www.infrastructure.gc.ca
Included in today’s list is the approval of a renovation and expansion to the Glen Abbey Community Centre in Oakville, Ontario, home of the famous pro golf course. The project is budgeted to cost $8.7 million in total.
Several projects in Quebec were announced. They include plans to reopen and revitalize the Old Canal of Beauharnois in Salaberry de Quebec, which will cost $3.7 million, and an extension to the main sewer in Brossard/Longeuil, costing $4.7 million. Centreville in New Brunswick also won approval for an $83,755 extension to its wastewater system.