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Kingsville Benefits from Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program

Kingsville has been selected along with 11 other Ontario communities to receive funding under one stream of the Investing In Canada Infrastructure program. The program has four streams:

  • Public Transit
  • Green Infrastructure
  • Community, Culture, and Recreation Infrastructure
  • Rural and Northern Communities Infrastructure

Under the Community, Culture and Recreation Infrastructure stream, Kingsville will receive Federal funding in the amount of $246,334 and Provincial funding in the amount of $203,226 to improve and expand the recreation complex’s two outdoor baseball diamonds, as well as to provide a new shade structure and dog park.

In addition to this joint federal-provincial funding, the Town will contribute $146,275 with another $20,000 contributed by the Kingsville Pickleball Association.

The Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program is delivering funding to communities across Canada through bilateral agreements between Infrastructure Canada and the provinces and territories.

To read more about the program, visit Infrastructure Canada at https://www.infrastructure.gc.ca/plan/icp-pic-INFC-eng.html

Further Reading:
Canada and Ontario invest in community and recreation infrastructure

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One Comment

  1. I thought we already had a dog park sponsor. The park on concession 2 is marked but still mud. Let’s put it toward something else?
    A shade structure would be nice. Check out Leamington’s new benches at their ball diamonds.

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