New Brunswick announces funding for multifunctional centre in Saint-Antoine

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St. Antoine announcement
The provincial government is investing $500,000 for design work and potential site preparation toward the development of a new multifunctional centre in Saint-Antoine. From left: Natural Resources Minister Paul Robichaud, who is also minister responsible for the Regional Development Corporation; Saint-Antoine Mayor Roseline Maillet; Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Claude Williams; and Elmo Caissie, president, Caisse populaire du Sud-Est.

The New Brunswick government will invest $500,000 in design work and potential site preparation toward the development of a new multifunctional centre in Saint-Antoine.

The province, through Regional Development Corporation, will provide funding to the Village of Saint-Antoine for design costs of the proposed centre.

The building, covering 1,800 to 1,980 square metres, could consist of a municipal library, municipal offices, lobby and community hall, Regional Development Corporation said in a statement.

The proposed $4.2-million centre will be built on a parcel of land owned by the municipality.

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