Funding To Help Pelee Island With Flood Recovery Efforts

Sunday April 12th, 2020

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The Township of Pelee will receive up to $104,201.82 to help with recovery efforts related to flooding that occurred in spring 2019 from the province.

This will go towards eligible costs for shoreline repairs, including purchasing of armour stone and riprap materials.

“The safety of Ontarians is a top priority for our government,” said Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing. “When natural disasters like last spring’s historic flooding occur, our Municipal Disaster Recovery Assistance program and the Build Back Better pilot project play a key role in helping eligible municipalities recover from the past devastation and prepare for the future”

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