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Revitalizing Communities In Quinte West

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Revitalizing Communities In Quinte West

McGuinty Government Helping Boost Local Economy, Attract Visitors

Quinte West is undertaking revitalization projects to attract new investment, people and small businesses to the community.

Through the Rural Economic Development Program, Ontario is helping the City of Quinte West and the Trenton Downtown Business Improvement Area to:

  • complete new tourism and facilities signage in Frankford
  • market Trenton and Quinte West to tourists from Ontario and Quebec
  • increase the number of visitors and lengthen their stays
  • create opportunities for new businesses and investments.

Quick Facts

  • The City of Quinte West and the Trenton Downtown Business Improvement Area are receiving up $75,000 through the Rural Economic Development Program.
  • Since 2003, Ontario has invested over $86 million in 258 projects through the Rural Economic Development Program.

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“Today, the City of Quinte West is continuing its successful efforts to revitalize its smaller communities, creating opportunities for local businesses now and in the future. The McGuinty government is proud to support Quinte West's efforts to strengthen the local economy.”

Lou Rinaldi

MPP for Northumberland-Quinte West

“Having the provincial support to improve the communities of Quinte West has been essential. With this investment, we can continue our focus on attracting new businesses, residents and visitors to the area.”

John R. Williams

Mayor, Quinte West

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