Local Federal Infrastructure Dollars

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The Liberal government has invested three-quarters of a billion infrastructure dollars in our Kootenay Columbia riding. All these local projects (listed below) have been included in the budget.  All of these projects have either been completed or are in the works. But note - all bets are off if the Conservatives get in.  We need a strong voice, at the Liberal Government table, pushing for our amazing Kootenay life.  We need Robin.  A vote for Liberal is now more important than ever.

 

Middletown Crossing - highway 3/ 43 Intersection Improvements (Sparwood): $2,558,733 federal dollars out of a total cost of Can. $7,676,200

 

Highway 3, Jaffray Westbound Passing Lane: $ 3,015,927 federal dollars out of a total cost of Can. $ 6,031,855

 

Water Reservoir Replacement Project (Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia):

Federal Contribution: $600,000, Estimated Total Cost: $1,200,000

 

Kicking Horse Canyon Project Phase 4: West Portal to Yoho Bridge (Golden, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $ 215,198,500, Estimated Total Cost: $ 430,397,000

 

Community Wastewater System Improvements (Golden, British Columbia): Infrastructure Canada, Federal Contribution: $ 375,000, Estimated Total Cost: $750,000

 

Highway 1 Selkirk Mountain Four-Laning (Golden, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $ 31,515,980, Estimated Total Cost: $70,572,270

 

Highway 93/95 Corridor Upgrades and Radium Intersection Improvements (Golden, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $ 17,971,615, Estimated Total Cost: $35,943,230

 

Trans-Canada Highway 1 - Quartz Creek (Golden, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $ 49,924,541,Estimated Total Cost: $ 99,849,084

 

Highway 93/95 Corridor Upgrades and Radium Intersection Improvements (Golden, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $17,971,615, Estimated Total Cost: $35,943,230

 

Audio, Lighting Upgrades and Dance Floor (Revelstoke, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $15,000, Estimated Total Cost: $31,000

 

Illecillewaet River Waterline Crossing (Revelstoke, British Columbia):Federal Contribution: $ 585,562, Estimated Total Cost: $ 1,171,125

 

Highway 1 - Illecillewaet Four-Laning (Revelstoke, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $ 15,500,000, Estimated Total Cost: $31,000,000

 

Inventory of Major Assets and Preliminary State of Infrastructure Reports (Nakusp, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $24,800, Estimated Total Cost: $31,000

 

Long Term Financial Modelling (Invermere, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $ 40,000, Estimated Total Cost: $50,000

 

Cranbrook College of the Rockies campus: $ 4,215,309 federal dollars out of a total cost of: $11,576,681

 

Repairs and renovations to First Nations and Inuit Child Care Initiative (FNICCI) child care centres (2017-2018) (Windermere, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $6,500, Estimated Total Cost: $6,500

 

Improved quality of and access to basic infrastructure on reserve (?aqam, British Columbia): $126,136 federal dollars out of an unknown total cost

 

Installing automatic door openers (Cranbrook, British Columbia increased accessibility for people with disabilities): $5,389 federal dollars out of a total cost of $5,389

 

Moyie Watermain Replacement Project: $104,952 federal dollars out of a total cost of $209,905

 

Arrow Creek Water Main Replacement and System Improvements - Final Phase: $ 2,507,417 federal dollars out of an estimated total cost of $5,014, 834

 

Improved quality of and access to basic infrastructure on reserve (Lower Kootenay, British Columbia): commitment of $50,253

 

Schikurski Pump Station Upgrade (Creston, British Columbia): $371,666 federal dollars out of a total cost of $1,115,000

 

Town of Creston - Asset Management Plan: $38,000 federal dollars out of an estimated total cost of $47,500

 

Canadian Pacific Railway Station (Nelson, British Columbia): $33,000 federal dollars out of a total cost of $66,500. This money is to protect/ refurbish a heritage site.

 

The Silver King Trades Campus Renewal project (Nelson, British Columbia): $5,836,850 federal dollars out of an estimated total cost of $23,190,000

 

RDCK Water Services Asset Management Plan Project (Nelson, British Columbia): federal contribution: $ 38,257, estimated total cost: $ 47,821

 

Hall Street Corridor - Phase II (Nelson, British Colmbia): federal contribution: $2,220,508 estimated total cost: $6,661,525

 

Technical Equipment Upgrade and Improvement Project (Nelson, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $60,000, Estimated Total Cost: $128,492

 

Point-in-Time Count 2018 - Nelson: Federal Contribution: $ 25,000, Estimated Total Cost: $25,000

 

Building Access and Igniting Community Engagement: Nelson's Cold-War Bunker: Federal Contribution: $85,000, Estimated Total Cost: $214,000

 

Kootenay Lake Ferry Service Improvements Project (Balfour, British Columbia):Federal Contribution: $17,176,667, Estimated Total Cost: $51,530,000

 

Balfour Water System Upgrade & Universal Metering Project: Federal Contribution: $1,698,500, Estimated Total Cost: $3,397,000

 

Kaslo River Intake Upgrades: Federal Contribution: $174,538, Estimated Total Cost: $349,076

 

FortisBC Southern Interior (Kaslo, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $600 000, Estimated Total Cost: $ 1,365,210

 

Inventory of Major Assets and Preliminary State of Infrastructure Reports (Slocan, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $29,600, Estimated Total Cost: $37,000

 

Silverton Water Main Replacement Project (Silverton, British Columbia): Federal Contribution: $234,337, Estimated Total Cost: $468,675

 

Additionally, the federal government has committed to expenditures in Windermere Valley, Radium Hot Springs, Cranbrook, Creston, and Nelson which have not had a dollar value assigned as of this date (August 14th, 2019)

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