Government of Canada invests over $2 million to enhance community infrastructure across Windsor-Essex 

Backgrounder

Today, the Honourable Helena Jaczek, Minister responsible for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), announced an investment of over $2 million, through the Canada Community Revitalization Fund (CCRF), for the following nine Windsor-area community spaces:

Windsor-area community projects
Recipient Name Project Funding contribution
Essex Region Conservation Authority Improvement of Peche Island Municipal Park. $750,000
Nature Conservancy of Canada Revitalization of nature trails and associated infrastructure at 12 sites, including Pelee Island. $391,726
Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association Improvement of Windsor Art Alley. $375,000
The Corporation of the City of Windsor Installation of two full-size outdoor basketball courts at Mic Mac Park. $170,194
The Corporation of the City of Windsor Installation of off-road cycling infrastructure within Malden Park. $123,936
Essex Region Conservation Authority Construction of Amherstburg Cypher System Greenway. $105,000
Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village Improvement of Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village's accessibility. $87,480
Essex Region Conservation Authority Improvement of John R. Park Homestead Heritage and Conservation Centre. $85,000
Via Italia Business Improvement Association Improvement of Windsor's Erie Street business district connector alleyways. $62,370

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Contacts

Monica Granados
Press Secretary
Office of the Minister responsible for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
monica.granados@feddevontario.gc.ca

Media Relations
FedDev Ontario
fdo.mediarel-relmedias.fdo@feddevontario.gc.ca

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