The provincial government has secured a lease for the site of the Charlottetown Curling Club, with plans to potentially purchase the building in the future.
The Charlottetown Curling Club has been leased by the Provincial government. The Province has a right of first refusal on a potential purchase of the building. – Jason Malloy • The Guardian
On Friday, Social Development and Housing Minister Brad Trivers confirmed the lease of the curling club. He said the province is considering locating services there that would assist low-income individuals, perhaps including a relocation of the Smith Lodge outreach centre. The province’s lease of the property begins May 3.
The Charlottetown Curling Club announced the building, which has been a curling facility since the early 1900s, would be going up for sale in March.