Funding Announcments 2009
November 05, 2009

Federal/Provincial Infrastructure Projects (federal portion only)

Compliments are owed to all organizations and municipal governments for their diligence in preparation of all funding applications, normally under short time lines.


Township of Ramara

  • $323,333 - Restoration of Sideroad 15 & Con B
  • $400,000 - Fire Station #2 - upgrading/expansion
  • $280,000 - Township of Ramara - Water Meters
Township of Tay
  • $2,708,000 - Port McNicoll Waste Water Treatment Facility
  • $834,572 - Hogg Valley Road upgrading
  • $346,303 - Township of Tay - resurfacing of community rinks
 
Township of Tiny
  • $220,000 - Upgrade Lafontaine pavilion in Perkinsfield
  • $113,646 - Balm Beach Road Improvements
 
City of Orillia
  • $666,000 - Albany Avenue reconstruction
  • $412,500 - Kitchener Park building upgrades
 
Town of Midland
  • $1,333,333 -  Municipal Office expansion
  • $365,000 - Little Lake Park renewal
 
Town of Penetanguishene
  • $125,000 - resurfacing Water Tower
 
Township of Severn
  • $200,000 - Fairgrounds Road upgrading
  • $35,000 - Lake St. George Hall upgrades
  • $18,333 - Washago Playground Equipment
 
Township of Oro-Medonte
  • $4,596,000 - Expansion and upgrading of Lake Simcoe Regional Airport
 
Beausoleil First nation (Christian Island)
  • $100,000 - resurface community rink
 
YMCA Simcoe/Muskoka
  • $1,000,000 - renovation of YMCA facility - Orillia
 
County of Simcoe
  • $6,297,831 - roads restoration including Roads 44, 19, and expansion of Archives
 

 Knowledge Infrastructure Fund (federal funding only)
  • $13,000,000 Lakehead University - Phase 1 Project
 
Community Adjustment Fund - Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
  • $762,605 - City of Orillia - City Centre Parking Enhancement
  • $350,000 - City of Orillia - replace overhead electricity wires - downtown area
  • $122,200 - City of Orillia - restoration of Orillia’s oldest house
  • $290,550 - South Central CFDC - expand assistance to small and medium businesses
  • $160,000 - Township of Tay - Community and Tourism signage
  • $87,716 - La Clé d’la Baie - Penetanguishene/Barrie - feasibility study to develop assistance program for small businesses

 
Clean-Up Lake Simcoe Fund
  • $298,100 - Lakehead University - Wetlands as a nutrient buffer project
  • $28,000 - Kids for Turtles - 2009 Water Quality Improvement Plan - Bluff’s Creek
  • $5,504,231 - in total projects - Intakes 3 and 4
 
On Reserve Housing - Part of Canada’s Economic Action Plan
 
Beausoleil First Nation
  • $175,000 - funding for renovations of existing housing
 
North Simcoe Community Futures Development Corporation
  • $750,000 - Additional Investment fund for lending program
 
CDC (Community Futures Development Corporation)
  • $450,000 - new Community Development funding
 
Olympic Relay Celebration - Town of Midland
  • $15,000 -  Sport Canada