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Grey, Bruce, Huron, Perth

 

Approval Date:
December 1, 2016

Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016

$150,000 over 8 months

Delivering improved infrastructure with a $150,000 grant over 8 months to renovate the North Huron Aquatic Centre, replacing outdated mechanical equipment and the pool liner. Fostering more active lifestyles, this initiative is helping infrastructure be accessible and available for physical activity, and has an impact on the lives of 5,109 people in the community.
Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016

$80,000 over 3 months

Delivering improved infrastructure with a $80,000 grant over 3 months to replace the outdated HVAC system at the historic Livery Theatre. Enriching people’s lives through arts, culture and heritage, this initiative is helping arts, culture and heritage have appropriate spaces, and has an impact on the lives of 8,000 people in the community.
Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016

$187,500 over 12 months

Delivering improved infrastructure with a $187,500 grant over 12 months to improve the structural integrity and accessibility of the century-old, former Kin Railway Station building. Building inclusive and engaged communities together, this initiative is helping diverse groups work together to improve community life, and has an impact on the lives of 12,000 people in the community.
Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016

$41,000 over 4 months

Delivering improved infrastructure with a $41,000 grant over 4 months to renovate the Central Huron pool house, including roof replacement, equipment retrofits and making accessibility upgrades. Fostering more active lifestyles, this initiative is helping infrastructure for unstructured and structured physical activities, and has an impact on the lives of 3,000 people in the community.
Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016

$40,000 over 11 months

Delivering improved infrastructure with a $40,000 grant over 11 months to install new kitchen appliances and make accessibility upgrades to Rotary Hall in Lions Head. Enriching people’s lives through arts, culture and heritage, this initiative is helping arts, culture and heritage have appropriate spaces, and has an impact on the lives of 780 people in the community.
Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016

$50,000 over 4 months

Delivering improved infrastructure with a $50,000 grant over 4 months to replace the Roxy Theatre's flat roof, improving energy efficiency and building maintenance. Enriching people’s lives through arts, culture and heritage, this initiative is helping arts, culture and heritage have appropriate spaces, and has an impact on the lives of 28,800 people in the community.
Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016

$6,000 over 2 months

Delivering improved infrastructure with a $6,000 grant over 2 months to replace the HVAC system in the Centre's CNR Dining Car, used for exhibits and meetings. Enriching people’s lives through arts, culture and heritage, this initiative is helping arts, culture and heritage have appropriate spaces, and has an impact on the lives of 4,000 people in the community.
Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016

$15,500 over 1 months

Delivering improved infrastructure with a $15,500 grant over 1 month to upgrade Paisley Town Hall by adding an accessible entrance and refurbishing the bell tower. Enriching people’s lives through arts, culture and heritage, this initiative is helping arts, culture and heritage have appropriate spaces, and has an impact on the lives of 200 people in the community.
Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016

$6,000 over 12 months

Delivering improved infrastructure with a $6,000 grant over 12 months to replace the disintegrating wooden boardwalk on both sides of the ice surface. Fostering more active lifestyles, this initiative is helping infrastructure for unstructured and structured physical activities, and has an impact on the lives of 3,000 people in the community.
Submission Deadline: September 14, 2016

$27,500 over 5 months

Delivering improved infrastructure with a $27,500 grant over 5 months to revitalize the Dundalk Skateboard Park, replacing existing ramps and other infrastructure. Fostering more active lifestyles, this initiative is helping infrastructure be accessible and available for physical activity, and has an impact on the lives of 700 people in the community.

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