SAINTE-EULALIE, QUE. — The federal government and the Province of Quebec recently announced a joint investment of $4.6 million to replace the wastewater treatment system and build a pumping station in Sainte-Eulalie, Que.
The Government of Canada is contributing $2.8 million and Quebec is spending $1.8 million, noted a statement. The municipality will provide the remaining funding, bringing total spending to $5.5 million. The project is getting funding through the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund, which provides base support from the federal and provincial governments of 83 per cent of project costs.
“The funding will make a variety of projects possible that will meet the current and future needs of businesses, property developers and especially residents who deserve quality essential services,” commented Mayor of Sainte-Eulalie Gilles Bedard in the statement.