New project will make life easier for residents
Elgin-Middlesex-London — The residents of Malahide Township will soon have better
access to modern, reliable water and wastewater services thanks to an investment
by the Ontario government, MPP Jeff Yurek announced today.
"Our government is committed to making life easier for the people of this province,"
said Yurek. "There are few things more important than a reliable, safe supply of
The investment will fund a project to slip-line existing storm water culverts located
along Springerhill Road and Calton Line.
The new funding was announced jointly by the province and the Government of Canada,
under the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund (CWWF), which will fund more than 1,300
projects and provide $1.1 billion in total investments.
These projects help the people of Ontario by supporting their critical water, wastewater
and storm water rehabilitation and modernization projects.
"Investing in water and wastewater infrastructure will result in safer, cleaner
water for people to drink, preserve local ecosystems and protect waterways," said
Monte McNaughton, Ontario's Minister of Infrastructure.
"Our Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan is committed to protecting the safety of our
province's waterways through targeted investments in our storm and wastewater management
systems," said Rod Phillips, Ontario's Minister of Environment, Conservation and
Parks. "These investments will make our infrastructure more resilient, improve facility
performance and better protect our lakes and rivers."