Canada and Manitoba invest in sports and recreation projects – constructconnect.com – Daily Commercial News

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WINNIPEG – The governments of Canada and Manitoba have announced funding for sports and recreation infrastructure projects In Winnipeg and Neepawa.
Funding will go towards the purchase of a new, energy efficient ice plant for the University of Manitoba’s Max Bell Centre located at the Fort Garry campus in Winnipeg as part of the Fort Garry District Energy Upgrade Project, announced in July 2021. The University of Manitoba is contributing $533,800 towards eligible costs for the project and the federal government is contributing up to $363,200.
The Government of Canada is also supporting development of multi-use trails in Neepawa with an investment of up to $550,000. The Town of Neepewa is also contributing $137,500.
“The Max Bell Centre on the U of M campus is a critical recreation hub, not only for the university, but the neighbouring community as well. The Neepawa Multi-Use Trail Park project will feature trails suitable for walking, biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and winter fat-biking. There will also be varying degrees of difficulty, from entry level to advanced loops,” said Manitoba Minister of Labour, Consumer Protection and Government Services Reg Helwer in a statement.
In July 2021, the Government of Canada announced more than $14 million in funding to upgrade the University of Manitoba’s Central Energy Plant and Max Bell Centre to improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the Fort Garry campus.
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