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Federal government spends $30M on 67 infrastructure projects for Newfoundland

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Federal government spends $30M on 67 infrastructure projects for Newfoundland

ST. JOHN’S — The federal government has announced funding for 67 infrastructure projects across Newfoundland and Labrador amounting to approximately $30 million in spending.

The projects, announced July 26, range from municipal water, wastewater and storm sewer systems to improvements to regional roads.

The federal allocation amounted to $10.2 million on 25 projects in eastern Newfoundland, $8.4 million to support 24 builds in central Newfoundland, $6.5 million on 12 projects in Labrador and $4.8 million to be spent on six projects in St. John’s.

Among the largest spends are a rural road rehabilitation build in the eastern region, with $4.97 million to be spent; the St. Anne’s School Reuse Project in Conne River, with $1.3 million allotted; the Sandbanks Road Watermain Replacement project in Nain, with $1.36 million to be spent; and the Kenmount Road Trunk Storm Sewer Replacement job in St. John’s, with the federal government allotment amounting to $3.38 million.

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