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Proud to support local organizations and stimulate the local economy: MLA Bob Lagassé

Ste. Anne, MB – MLA Bob Lagassé is pleased to announce in funding for local community projects through the Building Sustainable Communities (BSC) as part of our government’s 2023 budget.  Our PC government is pleased to fund local projects that will support economic growth and recovery throughout the province.

“The Building Sustainable Communities fund will provide $386,761 to many local organizations, providing a much needed boost to our communities’ recovery both economically and socially,” said MLA ­­­­Bob Lagassé. “I’m proud that our government has more than doubled the BSC fund, which makes funding for projects like these possible. We are committed to investing in our communities.”

The local community groups and projects that will be receiving funding include:

  • Landmark Recreation Association $94,427
  • Town of Ste. Anne $153,300
  • La Corporation du Site Historique Enfant-Jesus Heritage Site Corporation $26,534
  • Richer Community Club $75,000
  • Rural Municipality of Tache $37,500

Since being introduced in 2019, the BSC program provides municipalities and non-profit organizations access to all-encompassing community grants. This year the total funding across Manitoba amounts to $25 million. The BSC program has been highly successful since its inception, and this funding will allow for its operational success to continue.

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