Backgrounder: Kings County will benefit from investments to help bring people back to public spaces safely

Backgrounder: Kings County will benefit from investments to help bring people back to public spaces safely

The Government of Canada invests more than $215,000 in five community shared spaces to stimulate local economies, create jobs, and improve the quality of life of Canadians.

CLIENT NAMEPROJECTTOTALMEDIA CONTACT
Dr C.B. Lumsden, Wolfville Branch 74, Royal Canadian LegionThe Legion will upgrade the lower and main levels of its building to be inclusive to all visitors and install two accessible washrooms.$100,000
non-repayable
Paul Murphy
1st Vice President
hockeydad@eastlink.ca
902-542-1061
Town of WolfvilleThe Town is improving its downtown core by repairing its sidewalks and crosswalks. It is also adding a new crosswalk.$77,504
non-repayable
Wendy Donovan
Mayor
wdonovan@wolfville.ca
902-542-5767
Kentville Development Corporation Limited (Operating as Kentville Business Community)The organization is developing a comfort station complete with accessible washroom, breast feeding and baby changing area, a green room, and a water bottle refill station.$19,837.50
non-repayable
Genevieve Allen Hearn
Executive Director
info@kentvillebusiness.ca  902-679-2328
The Lions Club of KentvilleThe Lions Club will update its facility by replacing the aged, lifting and uneven tile flooring to improve safety.$18,750
non-repayable
Myrna Harnum
Treasurer/ Acting President
myrna_harnum@hotmail.ca
902-679-5861
Kings County Trail SocietyKings County Trail Society used the support to create a large painted mural at its trail adjacent to the Harvest Moon Trail in Berwick.$3,163
non-repayable
Mike Trinacty
Secretary
mike.trinacty@gmail.com  902-994-1958
TOTAL$219,254.50
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