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Feds, B.C. invest in Bowen Island water infrastructure

Feds, B.C. invest in Bowen Island water infrastructure

BOWEN ISLAND, B.C. – The governments of Canada and British Columbia are jointly investing more than $2.1 million to improve drinking water infrastructure on Bowen Island, B.C.

The investment enables connection of the existing Eagle Cliff Water System to the Cove Bay Water System along with replacement of culverts, installation of new fire hydrants and service connections and approximately 1,300 metres of watermain to connect the two systems.

“I recognize Bowen Island is a small but mighty community that serves as a popular tourist destination for people looking to connect with nature and enjoy the beauty of the surroundings. By connecting water systems at Eagle Cliff and Cove Bay, my ministry is helping to ensure residents and tourists have clean drinking water while also helping to preserve this beautiful island for all to enjoy,” provincial Minister of Municipal Affairs Anne Kang said in a statement.

The federal government is investing $841,200 in the project, with the province contributing $700,930 and Bowen Island Municipality putting in $560,870. The federal government’s investment comes from the Green Infrastructure stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program.

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