Update: MPP Vic Fedeli’s office issued a release on Wed. Dec. 14 stating the communities of North Bay, Callander and Nipissing are receiving more funding than previously announced. The city receives just over $110,000 more while Callander and Nipissing each receive $4,000 more. Updated figures are included below.
Over $6.9 million is going towards infrastructure needs in Nipissing.
The City of North Bay receives the bulk of the local Ontario Community Infrastructure funding (OCIF), nearly $5.6 million.
“With this OCIF investment, our government is saying ‘yes’ to helping our local municipalities build and repair the vital infrastructure they need to keep their communities working for decades to come,” said MPP Vic Fedeli.
Funding allocations are as follows:
City of North Bay – $5,593,744
Municipality of Callander – $177,815
Municipality of East Ferris – $100,000
Municipality of Powassan – $100,000
Town of Mattawa – $232,630
Township of Bonfield 0 $100,320
Township of Calvin – $100,000
Township of Chisholm – $139,104
Township of Mattawan – $100,000
Township of Nipissing – $178,761
Township of Papineau-Cameron – $100,000
Total for Riding: $6,922,374
The province says the funding is provided to eligible communities to help them address critical infrastructure needs, including road, bridge, water and wastewater projects.