Government support for snowmobile clubs in New Brunswick, Fundy Trail Development Authority, and Fundy Guild Inc.
Snowmobile Clubs in New Brunswick
Six member clubs of the New Brunswick Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (NBFSC) are receiving funding under the Canadian Experiences Fund – Innovative Communities Fund to upgrade grooming equipment. These investments will enhance maintenance capacity for the province-wide network of snowmobile trails. Snowmobile tourism is a key economic generator for New Brunswick and supports the NB Tourism Growth Strategy, ACOA’s Innovation Action Plan, and the Atlantic Growth Strategy.
The following six member clubs will receive financial support from ACOA and the Province of New Brunswick:
· Club de Motoneige de Kedgwick Inc. maintains approximately 130 kilometres of trails and logged 852 hours of grooming in 2018.
· Club de Motoneige de Saint-Quentin Inc. maintains approximately 150 kilometres of trails and logged 540 hours of grooming in 2018.
· Club Motoneige Bouctouche/Sainte-Marie Inc. maintains approximately 165 kilometres of trails and logged 673 hours of grooming in 2018.
· Club Motoneige Nordest Inc. maintains approximately 175 kilometres of trails and logged 579 hours of grooming in 2018.
· Madawaska-Victoria Snowmobile Trail Association Inc. maintains approximately 175 kilometres of trails and logged 685 hours of grooming in 2018.
· Miramichi Valley Snowmobile Club Inc. maintains approximately 338 kilometres of trails and logged 1,287 hours of grooming in 2018.
ACOA $900,000 - $150,000 for each member club
Province of NB $300,000 - $50,000 for each member club
Member clubs $600,000 - $100,000 from each member club
Fundy Trail Development Authority Inc.
This project involves infrastructure improvements within the Fundy Trail Parkway to include the Cookhouse building and the foot trail-accessible only Hearst Lodge (along with repairs to its access road), and installing an electric vehicle charging station.
Province of New Brunswick: $600,000
Fundy Guild Inc.
The project is to promote the mountain biking sector through a Communities of Interest (COI) approach to draw tourism interest to the cluster of mountain biking trails and experiences in Atlantic Canada. The project will involve the compilation of an inventory of existing mountain biking products across the Atlantic region, capacity building to create new experiences, and social media training to ensure excellent content development and improved skills.
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Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
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