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First Notice: Ontario EV chargers; Kingston long-term care project; Windsor avenues reimagined

First Notice: Ontario EV chargers; Kingston long-term care project; Windsor avenues reimagined


New EV chargers Coming to Ontario

As part of #EVWeekinCanada, the federal government has announced a $2.3-million investment to Anvil Crawler Development Corporation to install 36 electric vehicle (EV) chargers across Ontario

Anvil Crawler, Opus One SolutionsSWTCHEnergy+ Inc. and Elexicon Energy, along with site host partners, are also supporting this initiative bringing the total project cost to $6.7 million.

According to a release, this project is funded through Natural Resources Canada’s Green Infrastructure – Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Demonstration Program. All chargers will be available for public use by Sept. 30, 2022.


Active transportation announcement

Today at 2:30 p.m. Minister of Infrastructure and Communities Catherine McKenna is slated to make an announcement on active transportation. She will be joined by Andy Filmore, parliamentary secretary to the minister of infrastructure and communities and MP for Halifax; Pam Damoff, parliamentary secretary to the minister of Indigenous services and MP for Oakville North — Burlington; Denzil Minnan-Wong, deputy mayor for the City of Toronto; and Anders Swanson, chair of Vélo Canada Bikes. The announcement will take place at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto


Kingston long-term care home to be redeveloped

The Ontario government is redeveloping and expanding the Extendicare Kingston long-term care home.

The long-term care home is expected to accept its first residents in spring 2023 and will provide 192 upgraded, safe, modern long-term care beds in Kingston.


Windsor looking for feedback on proposed redesign of University and Victoria avenues

The City of Windsor and consulting firm CIMA+ are looking for input on preferred design concepts for the redevelopment of University and Victoria avenues. An environmental study was commissioned in 2018 to explore ways of reconfiguring a 3.5-kilometre stretch of University Avenue West from Huron Church Road to McDougall Street to better integrate new features for walking, bicycling and other modes of active transportation to make the roadway more attractive and accessible. The study also proposes strategies for optimizing the public right-of-way along two blocks of Victoria Avenue from Chatham Street West to Park Street West. From July 27 to Aug. 24, residents can submit their ideas. For more information visit the University Avenue & Victoria Avenue Environmental Assessment page on

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