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Backgrounder: Canada and Quebec invest in recreational and sports projects in the Montérégie Region

Joint federal, provincial and municipal funding is being allocated to recreational infrastructure projects in communities of the Montérégie Region. In particular, these projects involve renovating recreation centres and improving playgrounds and sports facilities. 

The Government of Canada is investing $29,712,933 in these projects through the Community, Culture and Recreation Infrastructure stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. The Government of Quebec is also investing $29,712,933 through the Programme d’aide financière aux infrastructures récréatives et sportives. Municipalities and other partners will contribute an additional $32,002,942.

Project information






























Location

Project name and details

Federal funding

Provincial funding

Municipal funding / other funding

Ange-Gardien

Construction of a covered multi-sport rink

$378,332.50

$378,332.50

$389,798.50

Bedford

Construction of a pumptrack

$61,137.50

$61,137.50

$80,035.92

Châteauguay

Construction of an indoor aquatic complex

$7,061,674.50

$7,061,674.50

$7,750,078.00

Contrecoeur

Construction of a service building in Pierre-Eucher-Cormier Park

$351,975.00

$351,975.00

$351,975.53

Cowansville

Rehabilitation and upgrading of the Cowansville aquatic centre

$2,591,350.00

$2,591,350.00

$2,591,394.13

Dunham

Development of an intergenerational, multi-sport municipal park

$36,583.50

$36,583.50

$36,693.77

Henryville

Redevelopment of Parc des Copains

$208,816.50

$208,816.50

$208,879.74

La Prairie

Installation of a synthetic-turf soccer/football field

$479,240.50

$479,240.50

$479,240.51

Lacolle

Installation of recreational facilities

$220,586.50

$220,586.50

$220,584.48

Mercier

Construction of a new refrigerated skating rink in Loiselle Park

$1,458,596.00

$1,458,596.00

$1,458,640.00

Noyan

Redevelopment of MacCallum Park

$152,292.00

$152,292.00

$152,750.69

Ormstown

Construction of a multi-sport area

$55,993.00

$55,993.00

$55,994.01

Roxton Pond

Construction of a double tennis court

$114,751.00

$114,751.00

$114,786.17

Saint-Antoine-sur-Richelieu

Rehabilitation of the soccer field

$48,294.00

$48,294.00

$48,294.76

Saint-Césaire

Construction of a new arena to replace Guy Nadeau Arena

$2,680,621.00

$2,680,621.00

$2,681,426.86

Saint-Chrysostome

Renovation of municipal sports facilities

$49,417.00

$49,417.00

$49,417.83

Sainte-Barbe

Improvements to recreational and sports facilities

$74,766.50

$74,766.50

$74,765.44

Sainte-Justine-de-Newton

Reconstruction of the outdoor rink

$31,245.00

$31,245.00

$32,192.70

Sainte-Madeleine

Construction of a covered multi-purpose rink

$407,065.50

$407,065.50

$407,188.92

Saint-Joachim-de-Shefford

Development of a skateboard park and pétanque courts

$35,557.00

$35,557.00

$35,664.59

Saint-Lambert

Restoration of the Saint-Lambert lawn bowling green

$64,217.00

$64,217.00

$65,644.97

Saint-Ours

Rehabilitation of the Richard Gosselin skating rink

$318,789.50

$318,789.50

$328,450.89

Saint-Pie

Construction of a roof over the multi-purpose rink

$544,113.50

$544,113.50

$544,277.93

Saint-Polycarpe

Renovation of the Soulanges sports centre

$2,152,916.50

$2,152,916.50

$2,159,427.44

Saint-Valérien-de-Milton

Installation of water play modules

$24,252.00

$24,252.00

$24,987.25

Salaberry-de-Valleyfield

Insulation of the ceiling and replacement of the heating system in the gymnastics hall of the CampiAgile gymnastics club

$110,350.00

$110,350.00

$110,350.75

Note : details regarding the remaining 31,5 million dollars committed for the Montérégie Region will be shared at a later date.

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