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    6/ I look forward to the future and will always look back on my political career thankful of your ongoing support.
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    5/ For questions regarding the election, please contact our new Conservative candidate, @richardclark
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    4/ For constituency issues, you can reach me by calling my Bridgewater office at 902-527-5655 or via email: gerald.keddy.c1@parl.gc.ca
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    3/ While the federal election is now in full swing, I will remain the Member of Parliament until Election Day – October 19, 2015.
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    2/ I leave politics proud to have served and humbled to have been able to assist on some very important issues/projects.
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    Pleased to announce that the Government of Canada is providing the Municipality of the District of Barrington with a $70,393 investment, through ACOA’s Innovative Communities Fund (ICF), to undertake waterfront infrastructure improvements on Cape Sable Island’s McGray Avenue. The project involves refurbishing an existing rock retaining wall, constructing a new boardwalk and upgrading the parking area. These improvements will enhance the community’s capacity to attract visiting pleasure boats, ensure safe access to and from the waterfront and increase visitor traffic to local businesses. The more accessible waterfront will also allow the community to expand its current tourism festival and event offerings.
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    Pleased to be in Shelburne County yesterday to announce two funding initiatives through ACOA’s Innovative Communities Fund (ICF). Town of Shelburne: $203,000 for the construction of a new Guild Hall. Community consultations have concluded that a new multifunctional events space suitable for concerts, festivals and the Shelburne Farmer’s Market is needed. The consultations have developed a consensus to cease spending on the aging and impractical current building and to construct a new Guild Hall on the same site to meet current and anticipated community needs. Town of Lockeport: $55,000 for the Town of Lockeport to allow them to continue to revamp its community tourism infrastructure, including upgrading the original boardwalk system and replacing outdated waterfront lighting with an efficient LED alternative. The project will also contribute to the expansion of community murals, the establishment of a directional signage program, and involve refurbishments to Seacaps Memorial Park. These improvements will assist Lockeport in its efforts to attract additional festivals and events, provide tourists with key points of interest, and generate increased tourism traffic for local businesses. Photo: MP Gerald Keddy shares his congratulations with Karen Mattatall, Mayor, Town of Shelburne, outside the current Guild Hall along Shelburne’s beautiful waterfront. Photo: MP Gerald Keddy and Darian Huskilson, Mayor, Town of Lockeport, check out the aging boardwalk and lightening system at the entrance to the Town.
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    Another great news announcement for Chester this morning! On behalf of the Honourable Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages and the Honourable Rob Moore, Minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency), I had the pleasure of announcing funding totalling $115,783 for the Chester Art Centre. The Chester Art Centre Association will receive $75,569 in funding through the Department of Canadian Heritage’s “Canada Cultural Spaces Fund” for the renovation and expansion of the Centre, both indoors and outdoors. The expanded centre will be able to offer more programs and accommodate a higher volume of people. Funding of $2,000, provided under the “Building Communities Through Arts and Heritage program”, will allow the Centre to present the 8th edition of the Chester Art Festival. This celebration of arts and heritage includes performances and demonstrations by local artists and artisans, children’s activities, and an art exhibit. And finally, the Government of Canada is also providing $38,214, through the “Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program” to assist with upgrades and improvements to the Association’s art centre home. Work will include expansions to the building, creation of an accessible washroom and the improvement of lighting throughout the space.
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    Pleased to be in Chester this morning to announce that the Government of Canada has approved a funding contribution of $75,253, via the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program, for the former Gold River-Western Shore Elementary School in the Municipality of the District of Chester. Funding will assist the Municipality to complete architectural, electrical and mechanical upgrades to the building’s interior, install IT infrastructure and equipment, create a community space and install a new pitched roof. The former Gold River-Western Shore Elementary School in the Municipality of the District of Chester will be transformed into a community centre and recreational space.
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    Pleased to announce Government of Canada funding of $70,583 for the Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre (LCLC), through the Canada 150 Infrastructure Improvement Fund, in partnership with the Town of Bridgewater and the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg. This project will enable the LCLC to complete improvements to ensure the sustainability and to further enhance users’ experience at the Centre. These improvements include: upgrading the arena’s dehumidification system; installing a heat pump to control the pool environment; and installing additional security / surveillance cameras. For more information on the Canada 150 Infrastructure Improvement Fund, please visit: http://www.acoa-apeca.gc.ca/eng/ImLookingFor/ProgramInformation/Pages/Canada-150-Infrastructure-Program.aspx Picture (from left to right): Andrew Tanner, Chair, Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre, Don Downe, Mayor, Municipality of the District of Lunenburg, Gerald Keddy, Member of Parliament for South Shore – St. Margaret’s, and David Walker, Mayor, Town of Bridgewater.
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