Maritime province hosts prestigious tournament for second consecutive year
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency - Government of Canada
Charlottetown families will benefit from improved community spaces, the gathering points that bring residents and visitors together for various activities, as a result of investments of more than $382,000 from the Government of Canada. The funding was announced today by Sean Casey, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Member of Parliament for Charlottetown, on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA). The funding will support five projects, including upgrades to recreational, cultural and social infrastructure, which will enable community groups to better serve the region. These investments are being allocated under the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program (CIP 150), a $300-million fund that was established to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday through investments in the community spaces that bring Canadians together. Of that amount, up to $33.2 million is being invested across Atlantic Canada.
The Guardian P.E.I.
Island seniors can join a “gold club” at the Bell Aliant Centre in Charlottetown, allowing them to take advantage of fitness programming and resources for free.
CBC Prince Edward Island
Access 2 cards are for people with permanent disabilities —whether physical or intellectual— who require help from an attendant. The card offers free admission for the support person. hat could include swimming at the Bell Aliant Centre, bowling at The Alley, and going to Shining Water Family Fun Park.
The Guardian PEI
Charlottetown club donates necessary funds to Bell Aliant Centre for new ceiling lift.