Modern and up-to-date community infrastructure helps connect people to jobs and provides access to better community services, attracts new businesses and creates economic growth.
Throughout 2017, the Department of Environment and Climate Change has continued their contributions to fund on-the-ground activities to restore and enhance wetlands in Canada through the National Wetland Conservation Fund (NWCF).
Award will recognize the role all Canadians play in our national identity
All Canadians deserve to live in inclusive and vibrant communities where they can connect with their friends and neighbours. Investing in local community infrastructure will improve existing facilities, build stronger community ties and strengthen the middle class and those seeking to join it.
Check against delivery. Good evening and congratulations to the Sussex Regional High School graduating class of 2017! I have to […]
Canada 150 funds support upgrades to Camp Glenburn
The people of Atlantic Canada sent us here to Ottawa because they wanted change. They wanted their voice to be […]
Our Communities: At the Heart of Celebrations for the 150th Anniversary of Confederation in 2017
Seniors in Salisbury and Petitcodiac have the opportunity to participate in new projects benefiting many in their community
The Albert County Historical Society Incorporated will be celebrating Canada 150 by sharing culture through seeds! They will be talking history this summer by bringing people together at garden tours and dinners and sharing stories about food, gardens and seeds from many cultures. The project will feature garden planting, garden tours, community suppers, knowledge sharing and seed saving in an effort to promote environmental stewardship by encouraging the local production of saving native species, heirloom varieties and introducing new food crops that represent various cultural influences in our history.
The Town of Sussex will implement a strategic plan to seek out new economic opportunities and help reduce the adverse economic impact resulting from the January 2016 suspension of operations at the Picadilly Potash mine, thanks in part to investments from the governments of Canada and New Brunswick.
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