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Haliburton County getting $1.1-million for critical infrastructure 

The province is investing $1,107,567 into Haliburton County for critical infrastructure projects. 

That announcement from Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock MPP Laurie Scott’s office, which says that includes road, bridge, water, and wastewater projects. 

The Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund investment is broken down by municipality: 

  • Haliburton County: $455,416 
  • Dysart et al: $288,155 
  • Minden Hills: $163,996 
  • Algonquin Highlands: $100,000 
  • Highlands East: $100,000 

“I am so proud to announce that our government is making a significant investment to revitalize and strengthen the essential infrastructure across our rural communities,” says Scott. “Together, we are building a foundation for a prosperous future by fostering economic growth and creating more jobs within the region by improving roads, bridges, water and wastewater systems.” 

**With files from Rick Lowes 

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