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Winnipeg Awards Renovation Grants to 15 Community Centres

June 10, 2020 10:14 AM | News

Dakota Community Centre

Dakota Community Centre is one of 15 clubs to receive funding from the City of Winnipeg to complete renovations. (DUBYTS COMMUNICATIONS)

WINNIPEG — Fifteen city-owned community centres are receiving funds to complete renovations, repairs or safety improvements.

Through the Community Centre Renovation Grant program, the city is providing $1,158,739.71 during the spring 2020 intake period.

“As the Province of Manitoba continues to reopen the economy, community centres will become important places for our residents again,” said Mayor Brian Bowman.

“The Community Centre Renovation Grant program is an important City of Winnipeg resource that helps ensure our existing community assets are up-to-date, safe, and accessible so they can be enjoyed for years to come.”

The community centres receiving grant funding include:

  • Dakota
  • Fort Garry
  • Garden City
  • Gateway
  • Glenwood
  • Linden Woods
  • Maples
  • Melrose Park
  • Northwood
  • Roblin Park
  • Sinclair Park
  • St. Norbert
  • Tyndall Park
  • Vince Leah
  • Wildwood

A second intake period will occur in October.