Crapaud Community Curling Club receives Canada 150 funding (Guardian)

KINGSTON, P.E.I. — As part of the celebrations for Canada’s 150th anniversary, nine projects in central P.E.I. will share more than $300,000 in federal government funding.


From left, president Alan Crane and Eric MacArthur with the Kingston Legion, join Cornwall MLA Heath MacDonald, Cornwall councillors Irene Larkin and Peter Meggs, and Malpeque MP Wayne Easter at an announcement in Kingston Thursday, July 6.

Among the projects receiving funds through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program are upgrades to the Crapaud Community Curling Club, which will get $65,218 “to upgrade facilities”, and to the Kingston branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, which gets $72,750 “for upgrades to the building and facilities”.

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