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Gathered at the Joint Operations Centre in Port Hope Friday to announce a new bridge underpass will be built at East Townline Road, and that sandblasting and structural work will be performed on the Trent River Bridge in Trenton were (front, from left) Northumberland - Quinte West MPP Rob Milligan, Port Hope Mayor Linda Thompson, Quinte West Councillor Jim Harrison, Peterborough MPP Jeff Leal and, sitting in the driver’s seat, Northumberland - Quinte West MP Rick Norlock. These are two of 44 initiatives receiving funding through the Provincial-Territorial Base Fund, where the Government of Canada is providing $175 million to strengthen infrastructure in Ontario. Ontario is contributing $173 million to these initiatives.

Gathered at the Joint Operations Centre in Port Hope Friday to announce a new bridge underpass will be built at East Townline Road, and that sandblasting and structural work will be performed on the Trent River Bridge in Trenton were (front, from left) Northumberland - Quinte West MPP Rob Milligan, Port Hope Mayor Linda Thompson, Quinte West Councillor Jim Harrison, Peterborough MPP Jeff Leal and, sitting in the driver’s seat, Northumberland - Quinte West MP Rick Norlock. These are two of 44 initiatives receiving funding through the Provincial-Territorial Base Fund, where the Government of Canada is providing $175 million to strengthen infrastructure in Ontario. Ontario is contributing $173 million to these initiatives.

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Gathered at the Joint Operations Centre in Port Hope Friday to announce a new bridge underpass will be built at East Townline Road, and that sandblasting and structural work will be performed on the Trent River Bridge in Trenton were (front, from left) Northumberland - Quinte West MPP Rob Milligan, Port Hope Mayor Linda Thompson, Quinte West Councillor Jim Harrison, Peterborough MPP Jeff Leal and, sitting in the driver’s seat, Northumberland - Quinte West MP Rick Norlock. These are two of 44 initiatives receiving funding through the Provincial-Territorial Base Fund, where the Government of Canada is providing $175 million to strengthen infrastructure in Ontario. Ontario is contributing $173 million to these initiatives.

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