The North Centennial Recreation and Leisure Facility has received $12,020 from the federal government for upgrades.
The funding, being matched by the City of Winnipeg, will support the installation of non-slip flooring in the studio and acoustic wall panels in the classroom.
“North Centennial is a hub in this community for numerous user groups, and we are pleased to contribute towards this most recent upgrade to enhance the features that make this facility safe and user friendly,” said deputy mayor and Point Douglas Councillor Mike Pagtakhan.
Funding for the project came from the government’s Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund (CIIF).
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