Ontario doles out $5.5M to small communities for storm clean up, recovery
The money is being provided on a one-time basis for municipalities that asked for help with clean up and forest regeneration efforts. The July tornado touched down in eastern Ontario, tearing roofs from houses, downing trees onto major roadways and toppling hydro lines serving tens of thousands of customers.
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Rural Ontario communities get $5.5M to help extreme weather cleanup
The Ontario government has pledged millions to help 22 small municipalities clean up after extreme weather battered them last summer, leaving flattened woodlands and damaged homes in its wake, but the costs of damage exceed the funding total.
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Winnipeg Free Press
Ontario doles out $5.5M for storm recovery
TWEED, Ont. – Nearly two dozen small municipalities in Ontario will share $5.5 million to help with recovering from extreme weather. Natural Resources and Forestry Minister Graydon Smith announced Monday […]
2 months ago·Winnipeg, CanadaRead Full Article
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