Province provides infrastructure funding

Press release

The Ontario government is providing over $5.9 million to help build and repair local infrastructure in Kenora – Rainy River. This investment is part of the government’s plan to build Ontario by getting shovels in the ground on critical infrastructure projects that support economic recovery, growth and job creation. The funds aren’t earmarked to specific projects, and can be used at the discretion of municipal governments.

Total investment in communities across Kenora – Rainy River are as follows:

MunicipalityPrevious Year (2021)2022 Grant
Township of Alberton$50,000$100,000
Township of Chapple$50,000$100,000
Township of Dawson$50,000$100,000
City of Dryden$666,969$1,190,328
Township of Emo$64,023$136,423
Town of Fort Frances$682,746$1,314,873
Township of Ignace$193,693$341,309
City of Kenora$831,156$1,787,706
Township of La Vallee$50,000$100,000
Township of Lake of the Woods$50,000$100,000
Township of Machin$65,298$127,251
Township of Morley$50,000$100,000
Town of Rainy River$145,918$267,415
Redditt Local Services Board$50,000$100,000
Township of Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls$50,000$100,000