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Government Canada Invest $20 million over the next two fiscal years in major infrastructure works at Harbourfront
TorontoAnd On 11 aot 2021 /CNW/ – Arts and culture strengthen the bonds that unite our communities. The presence of spaces that bring together artists and the public contributes to the vitality of our country.
Government Canada Recognize that cultural and societal infrastructures help build strong, vibrant and prosperous societies. This is why the government will make a major investment in Harbourfront TorontoIt is an important cultural center that contributes to the vitality of the port sector Toronto In addition to being a source of attraction for visitors Canada And around the world.
Today, Julie DabrosinParliamentary Secretary to the Canadian Heritage Minister and Member TorontoDanforth on behalf of the esteemed Stephen Gilbolt, Canadian Heritage Minister, announced that the Government of Canada $20 million will go to the Harbourfront Center over the next two years for urgent infrastructure work. As specified in the 2021 budget, these funds are provided through the Canadian Heritage Minister’s Harbourfront Center Federal Funding Program.
This investment will allow urgent repair and improvement work to modernize facilities and public spaces. Some of this work is about security and is necessary to re-welcome artists, visitors, spectators and staff who have faced extraordinary challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This investment in the Harbourfront Center will not only improve infrastructure, but will also improve access to arts, culture and leisure activities as well as increase opportunities to highlight the diversity and richness of the area. Canada.
The Toronto Cultural and Art Center plays a unique and invaluable role in the development of Canadian cultural expression and in the professional display of Canadian art. Canada. Government Canada Proud to support the improvement of the infrastructure and cultural spaces of the Harbourfront Center in Toronto, a major destination for the community.
-L’honorable Stephen GilboltCanadian Heritage Minister
Our government is very happy to contribute to this project, and I am proud to announce this important investment today. In doing so, we are supporting one of the region’s leading arts and cultural centers, which Toronto residents and visitors will enjoy for many years to come.
Julie Dabrosin, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Member Toronto-Danforth
Significant financial support from Canadian Heritage acknowledges the essential role that Harbourfront Center has played in welcoming a wide variety of artists and groups to its venues for nearly 50 years. This funding will allow us to continue building an inclusive and sustainable cultural center and repairing aging infrastructure, with particular attention to accessibility. This will allow us to deliver world-class programming to our audience. We thank Canadian Heritage on behalf of the millions of visitors who join us each year. We look forward to a safe and successful reopening and look forward to serving our community for a long time to come.
–fun brayPresident and CEO of Harbourfront Center
The facts in a nutshell
The Harbourfront Center presents artistic and cultural activities and performances to revive, educate, and entertain the public in the Port District of Toronto. It is estimated that nearly 5 million people visit it every year.
The Harbourfront Center’s Federal Funding Program provides funding to operate the Harbourfront Center, which allows it to provide access to waterfront cultural, educational, and recreational programs and activities. Toronto, to pay a portion of fixed operating costs, take advantage of other sources of funding and implement profitability strategies.
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