South Western Nova Scotia will benefit from investments to help improve tourism experiences; bring people back to public spaces safely

 South Western Nova Scotia will benefit from investments to help improve tourism experiences; bring people back to public spaces safely

The Government of Canada invests more than $880,000 in nine community shared spaces and two tourism businesses to stimulate local economies, create jobs, boost tourism, and improve the quality of life of Canadians.

CLIENT NAME PROJECT TOTAL MEDIA
CONTACT
$694,263 through the Canada Community Revitalization Fund (CCRF) for nine projects:
Town of Yarmouth Repairs and upgrades to the former YMCA building on Main Street, now operated by the Yarmouth Mariners Centre and known as the Mariners on Main. $226,250 non-repayable Dorgam Hideib
CEO, Mariners Centre
902-742-2155 ext. 20
dorgam.hideib@marinerscentre.com
Municipality of the District of Clare Upgrades to the trails and amenities at Wentworth park to improve accessibility and enhance the visitor experience. $200,000 non-repayable Amy Paradis
Communications Officer
902-769-2031
communications@munclare.ca
Clare Curling Association Install a corrugated steel roof on the Clare Curling Rink to revitalize the community asset and sustain future operations. $75,000 non-repayable Nadine Comeau
President
902-778-1257
nadsaulnier78@gmail.com
Yarmouth County Splash Park Committee Construct a new accessible community splash park in the Town of Yarmouth for people at all levels of mobility. $75,000 non-repayable Linda Gallagher
Chair
902-748-0631
Lindagallagher352@gmail.com
Yarmouth Farmers’ Market Upgrade the market barn and gallery buildings to improve accessibility, heat retention and signage. $34,465 non-repayable Sundae Wiser
Secretary
902-742-4172
sundaewiser@eastlink.ca
Université Sainte-Anne Infrastructure upgrades to the ice skating rink to improve energy efficiency, allowing the continued use of the facility by students, community members and the visiting public. $30,000 non-repayable Rachelle LeBlanc
Director, Communications and Marketing
902-769-2114, ext. 7222
Rachelle.LeBlanc@usainteanne.ca
Bear River Community Craft & Recreation Facility Society Install new windows, paint the exterior, and repair the furnace at the Oakdene Community Centre to improve energy efficiency. $30,000 non-repayable Robbie Bays
Chair
902-467-3151
oakdenefutures@gmail.com
L’Association du musée de Wedgeport Renovate the Wedgeport Tuna Museum Centre to improve accessibility and increase storage to host community events throughout the year. $15,548 non-repayable Franklin Cottreau
Museum Manager
902-749-7887
Fpc.cott@hotmail.com
Municipality of the District of Digby Upgrade the Bear Cove Art Trail by improving the parking, trail and signage to accommodate people of all abilities. $8,000
non-repayable
Jonathan Riley,
Trail and Open Space Coordinator
Office: 902-245-2861
Cell: 902-308-0697
jriley@digbymun.ca
$189,964 through the Tourism Relief Fund (TRF) for two projects:
Spurr Brothers Farms Limited Construct outdoor covered pavilions and a patio, as well as a tap room equipped with heat pumps for year round comfort to create a hard cider and agri-tourism experience. $100,000 non-repayable Lisa Jenereaux
President
902-765-4300
lisa@spurrbros.ns.ca
Trout Point Lodge Safety and guest experience enhancements, such as new windows, fireplace inserts, outdoor fire pits and equipment to maintain the parking lots in the winter, to transform the location into a year-round operation. $89,964 non-repayable Patrick Wallace
Owner
902-774-2581
patrick@troutpoint.com
TOTAL $884,227

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