Ontario's Connecting Links Program provides funding to eligible municipalities of up to 90 per cent of eligible project costs, to a maximum of $3 million for road projects and $5 million for bridges.

The following 14 municipalities will receive the amounts listed below:

 

Municipality

Highway

Project

Total Project Funding

1

Dryden

17/594

Traffic Signal Replacements along Duke Street (Highway 594) and Government Street (Highway 17)

 $ 1,119,520

2

Haldimand County

3

Resurfacing Broad Street (Highway 3) in Dunnville

 $ 820,665

3

Innisfil

89

Improving pedestrian crossing on Queen Street

 $ 59,211

4

Kapuskasing

11

Resurfacing Government Road (Gurney Road Easterly)

 $ 3,000,000

5

Lambton Shores

21

Ontario Street bridge replacement and widening in Grand Bend

 $ 4,853,952

6

Prince Edward County

33

Pedestrian and road safety improvements at Highway 33 intersection

 $ 266,848

7

Renfrew

60

Reconstruction of O'Brien Road (Highway 60) between Gillan Road and Mask Road

 $ 3,000,000

8

Saugeen Shores

21

Culvert extension on Railway Street

 $ 465,321

9

Smiths Falls

15

Beckwith Street Renewal between Russell Street and Elmsley Street

 $ 1,895,368

10

Timmins

101

Reconstruction of Algonquin Boulevard

 $ 3,000,000

11

Wellington North

89

Reconstruction of Queen Street East (Highway 89) in Mount Forest

 $ 1,420,000

12

West Grey

6

Replacement of Garafraxa Street culvert

 $ 329,378

13

West Nipissing

17

Design work for the Champlain Bridge rehabilitation/replacement

 $ 442,351

14

West Perth

8

Resurfacing Ontario Road (Highway 8)

 $ 530,172

Note: Ontario's $30 million investment for the 2021-22 Connecting Links Program also includes $16.8 million in funding for costs associated with approved projects from previous intakes.