There have been many federal investments in our riding since October 2015. Here is a review of some of them. There is more to come! Contact my office for inquiries about funding programs currently available from the federal government.
Canada Child Benefit
- Total in Hastings-Lennox & Addington—in July 2018 alone, 8,803 payments were made in our riding for 16,079 children. The average payment was $627 for a total of $5,526,664.
- This happens every month. Our tax-free signature program is lifting kids out of poverty, including in our riding!
Small Communities Fund
- Deseronto—$2,448,333 to renew and upgrade the Deseronto Water Treatment Plant, also serving the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte.
- Marmora—$236,538 to replace a sewage forcemain.
New Building Canada Fund
- Amherst Island—$31,271,905 for a new ferry for Amherst Island (which includes the federal contribution for a new ferry for Wolfe Island in Kingston as well)
Connect to Innovate
- $10,800,000 from the federal government, combined with $25,200,000 from Xplornet in the private sector means $36 million for cutting-edge high speed internet improvements in the riding, with impact in: Centre Hastings, Deseronto, Greater Napanee, Loyalist Township, Madoc Township, Marmora and Lake, Stirling-Rawdon, Stone Mills, Thurlow Ward in the City of Belleville, Tweed, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Tyendinaga Township, as well as the rural parts of the City of Quinte West in MP Neil Ellis’ Bay of Quinte riding.
Affordable Housing Funding through Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation
- Total in Hastings-Lennox & Addington: $3.3 million for projects helping over 1,000 families.
Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Deployment Initiative
- Napanee—$1,000,000 for compressed natural gas for a cleaner fuel option for trucking industry.
Clean Water and Wastewater Fund
- Total in Hastings-Lennox & Addington: $2,058,951, including:
- Loyalist Township—$925,842 for a storm water system in Bath, watermain relining and storm water upgrading in Amherstview, and water system feasibility studies in Odessa and Amherstview.
- Napanee—$447,983 for upgrades to the Wastewater Pollution Control Plant.
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte—$145,089 for improvements to Huron Brant Pumping Station; engineer design services for Bell’s Road watermain extension; replacement and upgrade to the existing analog water meters with new digital remote technology; and, installation of a new septic tank and septic field at the Busing and Public Works Garage.
- Bancroft—$131,708 for rehabilitating wastewater collection systems, and a wastewater feasibility study.
- Centre Hastings—$125,000 (including $75,000 from the Gas Tax Fund) for removal of built-up sludge at the lagoon.
- Marmora—$67,158 for rehabilitating sewer and waste water treatment systems.
- Deseronto—$66,171 for sewage pumping station electrical upgrades.
- Tweed— $50,000 for sewage system upgrades.
- Stirling—$50,000 for feasibility study and design for water systems.
- Stone Mills/L&A County—$50,000 for rehabilitation of a storm sewer in Camden East.
Dairy Farm Investment Program
- $861,362—for modernization upgrades to 11 dairy farms in Napanee, Roblin, Selby, Stella, Stirling, and Tamworth
Investing in Business Innovation Initiative
- Napanee—FireRein Inc.$325,000 to commercialize its ground-breaking fire suppression product.
- Bancroft—Bancroft Area Stewardship Council. $67,300 for the “Eagles Nest Project—An Algonquin Story”.
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte—$49,500 for “Celebrating 150 Years of Struggle, Strife, and Perseverance Together,”
- Napanee (Lennox and Addington County)—$21,250 for a community Canada 150 celebration event.
- Napanee—Rotary Park Playground. $125,000 to expand the playground.
- Tweed—Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance. $119,347 to improve recreational trails.
- Tweed—the Tweed-Hungerford Community Centre. $118,250 to improve energy efficiency.
- Marmora—Marmora Town Hall. $63,415 for renovations.
- Bancroft—the Village Playhouse. $50,000 to improve kitchen facilities.
- Bancroft—Bancroft-North Hastings Heritage Museum. $42,950 to improve accessibility and rehabilitate electrical, heating, and insulation infrastructure.
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte—$18,035 toward flooring for the Tyendinaga Fitness Centre.
Canada 150—Community Foundations
- Bath (The Fairfield-Gutzeit Society)—$5,000 for Bath Tall Ships Festival.
- Napanee (Napanee District Secondary School)—$3,000 for Encircling Indigenous Culture – Honouring the Land Project.
- Bath (Loyalist Township)—$2,500 for the Bath Canada Day Parade.
- Cloyne (Cloyne and District Historical Foundation)—$2,000 for Benny’s Lake Park Community Canada 150 Celebration.
Canada 150—Skating Day Micro-grant (Heritage)
- Marmora (Marmora Historical Foundation)—$1,000, to be held at the Marmora & District Community Centre.
- Deseronto (Tyendinaga Township Public Library)—$1,000, to be held at the Deseronto Community Recreation Centre
- Napanee (Napanee Minor Hockey)—$1,000, to be held at the Strathcona Paper Centre
Great Lakes Protection Initiative
- $186,000 over 3 years to support Lower Trent Conservation to reduce phosphorus runoff.
- $151,500 over 2 years to Quinte Conservation support environmental monitoring.
- Napanee and Loyalist Township—$134,000 over 3 years for a University of Toronto project to reduce phosphorus runoff into Napanee River, Wilton Creek, and their catchment areas.
- Napanee and Loyalist Township—$108,000 over 3 years for a University of Toronto project for a soil water assessment tool to reduce phosphate in Wilton Creek and Hay Bay watersheds.
- Deseronto—$13,940 over 1 year to support Quinte Conservation for the construction of a retrofit stormwater management facility at the Deseronto millpond.
Indigenous Services Canada
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte—$845,561 towards the cost of the water main extension.
First Nation Adapt Program
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte—$199,183 for a community climate change impact study.
Lands and Economic Development Services Program
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte—$102,190 to undertake an Intake Protection Zone Study. The proposed study provides the foundation to develop a water source protection plan as part of the multi-barrier approach to protect drinking water supplies from source to tap.
Enabling Accessibility Fund
- Madoc—Centre Hastings Park. $50,000 to pave parking lot, add accessible parking, and an exterior ramp.
- Centreville—Centreville Memorial United Church. $50,000 for accessibility.
- McArthur’s Mills—Cedar Ridge Camp. $37,000 for washroom accessibility.
- Centreville—Stone Mills Municipal Office. $30,000 entrance and washroom accessibility.
- Marmora—Parkin Professional Building. $24,447 for a chair lift and automated door openers.
- Tamworth—Community Hall and Library. $14,120 for a ramp and kitchen and washroom accessibility.
- Bancroft—Community Care North Hastings. $10,331 to construct exterior ramp, an accessible washroom, and automatic door openers.
- Marmora—Municipality of Marmora and Lake. $9,100 to improve accessibility.
- Mohawk of the Bay of Quinte—Shannonville Business Centre. $7,761 for accessibility upgrades.
- Madoc—St. John the Baptist, the Parish of the Heart of Hastings. $6,175 for an accessible washroom.
Growing Forward 2 (Jointly funded by the federal and provincial governments)
- Wilton—$17,838 for the Wilton Cheese Factory to rebuild and insulate its main cooler to help achieve energy savings.
Canada Summer Jobs
This runs each year to help employers create summer job opportunities for students in their community, with applications from non-profits, businesses, and public sector due in January.
Green Municipal Fund (through the FCM)
- Amherstview (Loyalist Township)—$285,700 for the installation and monitoring of a constructed wetland at the Amherstview Wastewater Pollution Control Plant.
- Loyalist Township—$101,200 for a feasibility study for a sustainable community hub.
Municipal Asset Management Program (through the FCM)
- Loyalist Township—$48,400 for needs assessment for roads and bridges.
- Faraday Township—$43,680 for mobile-sensing roads assessments.
- Centre Hastings—$36,800 for asset management capacity building
- Carlow/Mayo—$35,840 for municipal asset management planning.
- Limerick Township—$35,543 for mobile-sensing roads assessments.
- Tudor and Cashel Township—$33,200 for mobile-sensing roads assessments.
- Hastings Highlands—$20,000 for asset management plan, buildings and facilities strategy
Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program (through the FCM)
- Bancroft—$163,700 to conduct a study to identify actions to improve the resiliency of the Town’s wastewater infrastructure to climate change
Public Transit Infrastructure Fund
- Amherstview (Loyalist Township)—$83,801 to replace a bus and create five new bus shelters.
- Deseronto—$60,000 to replace a bus.
Investing in Canada Public Transit Stream
- Amherstview (Loyalist Township)—$898,526
- Marmora and Lake—$41,208
Federal Gas Tax Funding
Each year gas tax funding goes to every municipality to support local infrastructure.
Yearly total in Hastings-Lennox & Addington: $2,484,305, including:
- Loyalist Township: $493,170
- Greater Napanee: $471,584
- Stone Mills Township: $229,848
- Municipality of Tweed: $184,152
- Township of Stirling-Rawdon: $151,347
- Municipality of Centre Hastings: $138,122
- Municipality of Hastings Highlands: $126,720
- Township of Tyendinaga: $126,173
- Municipality of Marmora and Lake: $123,863
- Town of Bancroft: $117,964
- Township of Addington Highlands: $76,981
- Township of Madoc: $66,796
- Town of Deseronto: $55,790
- Township of Faraday: $44,632
- Township of Carlow/Mayo: $27,120
- Township of Wollaston: $21,525
- Township of Tudor and Cashel: $17,816
- Township of Limerick: $10,702
- Plus, the City of Belleville (which includes Thurlow Ward in H-LA) received $3,007,118
New Horizons for Seniors
To empower seniors to share their knowledge, skills, and experience with others and support communities by increasing capacity to address local issues.
2016 Total in Hastings-Lennox & Addington: $152,350, including:
- Boulter—Carlow United Church. $25,000 for improved seniors access.
- Stirling—Stirling Curling Club. $25,000 for equipment for seniors.
- Carlow/Mayo—Little Mississippi Seniors Club. $25,000 for a storage area.
- L’Amable—Shamrock Seniors Club. $24,769 to upgrade facility.
- Bancroft—Bancroft Pentecostal Tabernacle. $24,755 for accessible doors.
- Bancroft—Hospice North Hastings. $16,470 for Village Playhouse Seniors Group.
- Bancroft—Community Care North Hastings. $11,356 for chair yoga program.
2017 Total in Hastings-Lennox & Addington: $135,444 including:
- Boulter—Carlow United Church. $25,000 to pave the parking lot.
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte. $25,000 for the Active Seniors Program to engage senior volunteers to work alongside trained fitness professionals to encourage homebound seniors to become physically active and begin an exercise program.
- Stirling—Stirling Curling Club. $21,971 for equipment for seniors.
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte—Tsi Tyonnheht Onkwawenna. $20,198 for the Elder’s Gathering to hold a three day gathering to allow older seniors to mentor younger indigenous language speakers in oral speaking, and to produce and distribute resources from the event.
- Bancroft—Bancroft Pentecostal Tabernacle. $19,025 to replace its entrance door and washroom fixtures.
- Carlow/Mayo. $17,250 to replace the heating systems in both the Carlow Community Centre and Mayo Community Centre.
- Tweed—Fun and Fit. $7,000 to purchase exercise equipment such as weights, mats, and steps and will install racks for storage to continue with existing senior fitness programs and to offer new step classes.
2018 Total in Hastings-Lennox & Addington: $112,470 including:
- Stirling—Stirling Curling Club. $25,000 for equipment to renovate the kitchen.
- Tweed—Municipality of Tweed. $25,000 for outdoor fitness equipment for seniors.
- Carlow/Mayo—The Mayo Recreation Committee and Little Mississippi Seniors Club. $19,858 for renovations to the community kitchen cupboards.
- Bancroft—The Senior Players at the Playhouse, through Hospice North Hastings. $17,610 to get seniors involved in taking new theatre classes and to plan a theatrical show for the community.
- Bancroft—Town of Bancroft. $15,802 toward the creation and publication, by seniors, of a cookbook of historical Indigenous recipes and to attend family luncheons to support seniors’ engagement in the community.
- Tweed—Tweed Public Library. $9,200 for “Getting Social: Adventures in Social Media.”
Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation—Connection Grants
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (First Nations Technical Institute)—$50,000 grant from NSERC for research in the fields of agriculture, food security, and sustainability, including a focus on decolonization, Indigenous knowledge, elders, and knowledge-keepers.
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (Tsi Kionhnheht Ne Onkwawenna Language Circle)—$38,296 grant from SSHRC for research in the fields of linguistics, language, and education, including a focus on elder gatherings, Indigenous language revitalization, and Indigenous research methodology.
Aboriginal Peoples Program (Heritage Canada)
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (Kawennakatste Mohawk Language Arts)—$37,601 for project entitled “Let’s All Speak Mohawk” in 2017-18.
- Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte (Tsi Kionhnheht Ne Onkwawenna Language Circle)—$13,186 for the Kenhteke Youth Language and Leadership Camp in 2017-18.
Canada Arts Presentation Fund
- Tamworth (The TECDC Concert Serives.)—$5,000 for programming support in 2017-18.
- Tamworth (The TECDC Concert Serives.)—$5,000 for programming support in 2018-19.
Canada Book Fund
- Thurlow (On the Mark Press/Solski Group Ltd.)—$96,723 for publishing support in 2016.
- Thurlow (On the Mark Press/Solski Group Ltd.)—$94,728 for publishing support in 2017.
- Thurlow (On the Mark Press/Solski Group Ltd.)—$69,029 for publishing support in 2018.
Canada Periodical Fund
- Bancroft (The Bancroft Times)—$52,749 for publishing support in 2016-17.
- Bancroft (The Bancroft Times)—$53,628 for publishing support in 2017-18.
- Tweed (Tweed News)—$15,477 for publishing support in 2016-17.
- Tweed (Tweed News)—$16,378 for publishing support in 2017-18.
- Tweed (Tweed News)—$18,486 for publishing support in 2018-19.
Celebrate Canada Fund
This fund helps communities celebrate Canada Day in 2018.
- 2018 Total in Hastings-Lennox & Addington: $24,200, including:
- Bath (Loyalist Township)—$6,000
- Madoc (Centre Hastings)—$2,800
- Township of Tyendinaga—$1,500
This fund helps communities celebrate Canada Day in 2017.
- 2017 Total in Hastings-Lennox & Addington: $22,000, including:
- Bath (Loyalist Township)—$6,000
- Madoc (Centre Hastings)—$2,500
- Township of Tyendinaga—$1,500
- Tsi Kionhnheht Ne Okwawenna Language Circle—$1,100
This fund helps communities celebrate Canada Day in 2016.
- 2016 Total in Hastings-Lennox & Addington: $23,150 including:
- Bath (Loyalist Township)—$6,000
- Madoc (Centre Hastings)—$2,500
- Coe Hill—$1,500
- Township of Tyendinaga—$1,500
- Tsi Kionhnheht Ne Okwawenna Language Circle—$1,100
Eastern Ontario Development Program (EODP) through the Community Futures Development Corporations (CFDC)
Our CFDCs are a very important source of federal funding for local businesses! For our riding, there are three different CFDCs depending on where you live. The Eastern Ontario Development Program (EODP) projects delivered by them in our riding are listed below. Read more about our local CFDCs here.
Funding for North and Central Hastings (2017-18): http://www.community-futures.ca/our-services/eodp
- Madoc—Wilson’s Forest Products Ltd. $75,000.
- Madoc—Wilson’s Forest Products. $60,264.
- Bancroft—Bancroft Family Health Team. $15,342.
- Bancroft—GP Spray Foam Insulation. $15,048.
- Bancroft—Bancroft Eatery & Brew Pub. $13,698.
- Bancroft—Bancroft Ridge Developments Inc. $9,356.
- Bancroft—North Hastings Family Pharmacy. $8,821.
- Roslin—Ruslan Krachun Kozak Horsemanship. $7,669.
- Bancroft—Lakehouse Innovations Inc. $6,569.
- Flinton—Skootamatta Environmental Consulting Inc. $5,175.
- Roslin—Chisholm’s Roslin Ltd. $5,145.
- Tweed—Municipality of Tweed. $5,000.
- Bancroft—Landing Point Marine. $4,120.
- Maynooth—York Valley Fine Woodworking. $3,838.
- Bancroft—Alice’s Pantry. $1,650
- Madoc—Synergy Research & Evaluation Consulting. $1,300.
- Tweed—Enright Cattle Company. $1,295.
- Bancroft—Northridge Krown Inc. $994.
- Coe Hill—Cosby Small Engines. $750.
- Regional—Launch Lab. $750.
- Bancroft—North Hastings Community Integration Association. $704.
- Madoc—Garage Fitness. $630.
Funding for North and Central Hastings (2016-17): http://www.community-futures.ca/our-services/eodp
- Marmora—Coloured Aggregates. $100,000.
- Maynooth—Universal Seal. $100,000.
- Madoc—Wideman’s Farm Service. $100,000 to integrate new technology to improve efficiency and productivity.
- Bancroft—Bancroft Family Health Team. $88,000 for technological innovation.
- Roslin—Chisholm’s Roslin Ltd. $45,590.
- Fort Stewart—Northwood Lumber. $ 33,749.
- McArthers Mills—G. Dillabough Forest Products. $21,880.
- Bancroft—Old Tin Shed. $14,212 to support an internet-based sales platform.
- Bancroft—Freymond Logging. $12,309.
- Roslin—Ruslan Krachun Kozak Horsemanship. $10,962.
- Tweed—Trudeau’s Resort & Banquet Centre. $10,371.
- Birds Creek—Birds Creek Farm Supply. $8,048.
- Regional—Launch Lab (Kingston). $6,750.
- Bancroft—Tall Pines Carpentry. $6,457.
- Bancroft—North Hastings Community Integration. $6,050.
- Bancroft—Landis Fruit Market. $ 5,760.
- Maynooth—York Valley Fine Woodworking. $5,162.
- Bancroft—York River Meats. $5,018.
- Coe Hill—Cosby Small Engines. $4,164.
- Bancroft—Vintage Woodcrafters. $4,070.
- Bancroft—Jaimie Jolly. $4,000.
- Tweed—Potter Settlement Wines. $3,661.
- Madoc—Hucci Huddi & Lil Creepers. $3,072.
- Bancroft—Freymond Lumber. $1,710.
- Maynooth—No. 5 Bee Botanical Emporium. $1,565.
- Tweed—Enright Cattle Company. $1,550.
- Coe Hill—Tin House Woodworking. $1,476.
- Madoc—Old Railway Station. $788.
- Coe Hill—Mr. Stone Landscaping. $500.
- Bancroft—John Foreman. $150.
Funding for North and Central Hastings (2015-16): http://www.community-futures.ca/our-services/eodp (*please note that some of these projects may have been approved before October 2015)
- Bancroft—North Hastings Family Pharmacy. $45,000.
- Bancroft—Town of Bancroft. $33,250.
- Bancroft—Cottage Docks. $32,500.
- Bancroft—Bancroft Community Transit. $27,914.
- Bancroft—Bancroft Business Improvement Area. $18,397.
- Birds Creek—NC Boyz. $16,050.
- Tweed—Enright Cattle Company. $15,428.
- Wayne’s World Polaris. $14,000.
- Tweed—LB Personal Services. $13,981.
- Bancroft—Cara Funk. $12,402.
- Bancroft—North Hastings Economic Development Committee. $11,223.
- Maynooth—Municipality of Hastings Highlands. $10,000.
- Bancroft—Lakeside Gems. $9,834.
- Bancroft—Vance Motors. $9,659.
- Coe Hill—H Bickle Enterprises Inc. $8,061.
- Bancroft—Niffers. $7,241.
- Birds Creek—Greenview Environmental. $6,113.
- Bancroft—The Bulkfood Store. $4,362.
- Coe Hill—Chandler Coe Hill Country Market. $3,385.
- Bancroft—Havencraft. $2,835.
- Tweed—Generations Carpentry Services. $2,619.
- Bancroft—BOSTL. $2,250.
- Maynooth—D Quehl Forestry. $1,831.
- Madoc—The Wine Barrel. $852.
- Tweed—Cork It Winemaking. $315.
Funding for South Hastings (2017-18): http://trenval.on.ca/eodp-applications/
- Regional—Quinte Economic Development Comm. $84,500 for Manufactures Resource Centre and investment attraction.
- Deseronto—Canada Cordage Inc. $30,000 for new product line expansion.
- Regional—Launch Lab. $20,000 for business development, new and existing.
- Regional—Small Business Centre. $20,000 for support for Starter Plus program.
- Foxboro—Country Butcher. $10,000 for business expansion, new product offerings.
- Corbyville—Bridle Path Tack Shop Inc. $9,400 for online inventory system.
- Thurlow—Barn Owl Malt Inc. $8,500 for process testing equipment.
- Stirling—Farquhar Cabinets. $6,400 for equipment upgrades.
Funding for South Hastings (2016-17): http://trenval.on.ca/eodp-applications/
- Regional—Quinte Economic Development Comm. $83,500 for Manufacturing Resource Centre and investment attraction.
- Hastings County—Elevate Program. $30,000.
- Stirling-Rawdon—Woodbeck Auto Parts, $20,000 for equipment that reduces waste and helps the environment.
- Regional—Launch Lab. $20,000 for new business development.
- Deseronto—Canada Cordage Inc. . $5,656 for business expansion into the slick tape market.
Funding for South Hastings (2015-16): http://trenval.on.ca/eodp-applications/ (*please note that some of these projects may have been approved before October 2015)
- Regional—Quinte Economic Development Comm. $110,000 for Manufacturing Resource Centre and investment attraction.
- Deseronto—Jensen Precision Machining. $22,000.
- Deseronto—Canada Cordage. $15,000.
- Stirling—Skye Automation. $15,000.
- Stirling—Barrett’s Farm. $11,815.
- Stirling—TH Logistics $10,000.
Funding for Lennox and Addington (2017-18): http://pelacfdc.ca/eastern-ontario-development-program.php
- Napanee—Wood N’ Stones. $3,250 for new technology.
- Bath—Hogan’s Honey & Maple Products Inc. $5,000 for new technology.
- L&A County—Nectar. $25,000 for new technology.
- Odessa—Willis Manufacturing Inc. $15,000 for new technology.
- Tamworth—Storring Septic Services Limited. $25,000 for investment attraction.
- Napanee—Calderwood Automation. $6,000 for skills development.
- Napanee—People Power Press. $20,000 for new technology.
- Enterprise—The Health Hut. $5,120 for skills development.
- Napanee—Napanee Beer Company. $5,000 for new technology.
- Napanee—Freshspoke. $15,000 for product and market development.
- L&A County. $9,000 for business support infrastructure.
Funding for Lennox and Addington (2016-17): http://pelacfdc.ca/eastern-ontario-development-program.php
- Napanee—Continental Conveyor Ltd. $30,000.
- Napanee—FireRein Inc. $27,095.
- Regional—The EYE Program. $23,100.
- Bath—Miller Seed Farm. $20,000.
- Millhaven—Bombardier Transportation Canada Inc. $13,758.
- Napanee—Town of Greater Napanee. $10,337.
- Napanee—Tim’s Truck & Equipment Service Inc. $9,548.
- Napanee—JPLANT. $9,150 for equipment to increase productivity.
- Lennox & Addington County. $9,000.
- Tamworth—Stinson Studios Inc. $8,000.
- Bath—Loyalist Cove Marina Inc. $7,676.
- Selby—Mike’s Tire Service. $7,300 for equipment to increase productivity.
- Napanee—Hart n Hart. $7,116.
- Lennox & Addington County. $6,500
- Yarker—Lip Locked Baits. $5,986.
- Flinton—Land O Lakes Home & Cottage Solutions. $4,706.
- Napanee—Napanee BIA. $4,591.
- Napanee—Atkins & Hoyle Ltd. $4,272.
- Tamworth—Detlor Farm. $4,000.
- VEEN. $1,812.
- Enterprise—Charmed Stables. $1,804.
- Napanee—Thompson Mediation. $850.
Funding for Lennox and Addington (2015-16): http://pelacfdc.ca/eastern-ontario-development-program.php
- Napanee—Napanee Beer Company. $25,000 for equipment that will result in jobs creation.
- Regional—The EYE Program. $20,000.
- Napanee—Mike’s Tire Service. $7,300.
- Napanee—Pro-Tech Transportation. $6,958 to increase training options.
- Handy Dutchman. $1,552.
- Napanee—Napanee District Chamber of Commerce w/ Small Business Centre. $918.
EODP Collaborative Economic Development Project
- Corbyville—Signal Brewing Company. $100,000 to lead to the creation of 10 new full time jobs.
Other CFDC Funding
- Napanee—Vi-Lux Building Products. $38,450 for equipment to increase productivity.
- Napanee—Mutch’s Auto Glass. $26,018 to access new markets.
- Tamworth—Stinson Studios. $10,400 for equipment to increase productivity.
- Napanee—Garrow’s Car Care Centre. $5,073 for equipment to increase service.