Investments Include nomination of over $4 million to four projects in Parry Sound-Muskoka
Norman Miller, MPP for Parry Sound-Muskoka announced the investment of over $4 million in four projects in the riding as part of the Ontario Government’s $30-billion integrated bilateral Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program.
This includes the much needed replacement of the Etwell Bridge in Huntsville, the Snider’s Bay Bridge in Gravenhurst, the Black Bridge in Bracebridge, and the rehabilitation of Yonge Street in Burk’s Falls
|Applicant||Category||Project Title||Total Eligible Costs|
|TOWN OF HUNTSVILLE||Bridge||Etwell Bridge Replacement||$641,168.00|
|TOWN OF GRAVENHURST||Bridge||Snider’s Bay Bridge Replacement||$919,540.00|
|VILLAGE OF BURK’S FALLS||Road||Yonge Street Rehabilitation||$2,186,863.53|
|TOWN OF BRACEBRIDGE||Bridge||Black Bridge Replacement||$2,222,100.00|
*Total eligible costs will be split between the federal, provincial and municipal government
Ontario`s Minister of Infastructure Monte McNaughton has been working closely with Ontario’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Ernie Hardeman, on the $500-million Rural and Northern stream of this program. Projects, including those in Parry Sound-Muskoka, are the first to be nominated under this stream.
“These projects are vital to ensuring rural communities across Ontario are open for business and open for jobs” said Minister Hardeman “they’re much more than concrete and steel. They connect rural businesses to the provincial economy.”
The projects are now awaiting approval from the Federal government.
These projects make up the fabric of our community,” said MPP Miller “They’re the things that matter – the roads and bridges that get us home at night.”