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Nov. 15, 2018 | Thursday
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Niagara Falls receives cycling grant
Niagara Falls is getting $358,604 to put towards cycling infrastructure. (Sourced photo)

Niagara Falls is getting $358,604 for new bike lanes and other cycling infrastructure as part of the Ontario Municipal Commuter Cycling Program.

The city is one of 120 municipalities across Ontario that will receive funding from the province, with the government spending $93 million, more than doubled from the $42.5 million announced earlier this year.

The OMCC program is part of Ontario's Climate Change Action Plan and is funded by proceeds from the province's cap on pollution and carbon market.

The following municipalities will receive funding:

Admaston/Bromley: $25,000

Ajax: $387,849

Amherstburg: $97,260

Arnprior: $25,000

Augusta: $25,000

Barrie: $1,013,539

Belleville: $429,981

Brampton: $1,780,604

Brant: $247,488

Brantford: $717,757

Brockville: $183,362

Burlington: $640,298

Caledon: $25,000

Cambridge: $459,300

Carleton Place: $25,000

Centre Hastings: $25,000

Chatham-Kent: $755,203

Clarence-Rockland: $70,000

Clarington: $313,900

Cobourg: $202,856

Cochrane: $25,000

Collingwood: $133,082

Cornwall: $384,177

Durham Region (Upper Tier): $2,216,953

Dutton/Dunwich: $25,000

Elgin: $322,534

Espanola: $25,000

Essex: $89,983

Essex (county): $655,920

Frontenac: $120,177

Gananoque: $25,000

Greater Madawaska: $25,000

Greater Sudbury: $1,122,543

Grey: $317,160

Guelph: $1,191,335

Halton Hills: $225,988

Halton Region (Upper Tier): $1,835,200

Hamilton: $3,707,934

Hamilton (lower tier): $25,000

Horton: $25,000

Huron East: $25,000

Huron-Kinloss: $25,000

Ingersoll: $25,000

Innisfil: $137,994

Kawartha Lakes: $25,000

Kincardine: $25,000

King: $91,460

Kingston: $1,335,473

Kingsville: $89,825

Kitchener: $865,091

Lakeshore: $134,935

Lanark: $548,290

Laurentian Hills: $25,000

Laurentian Valley: $25,000

Leamington: $117,933

Leeds and Grenville: $303,059

Leeds and the Thousand Islands: $25,000

Lincoln: $105,485

London: $3,303,752

Markham: $990,497

McNab/Braeside: $25,000

Mississauga: $2,282,021

Mississippi Mills: $25,000

Newmarket: $290,660

Niagara Falls: $358,604

Niagara Region (Upper Tier): $2,066,367

Nipigon: $25,000

North Bay: $50,000

North Grenville: $75,996

Oakville: $645,377

Orangeville: $90,000

Orillia: $298,396

Oshawa: $525,539

Ottawa: $9,692,974

Owen Sound: $113,754

Oxford: $160,000

Peel Region (Upper Tier): $4,228,594

Pelham: $60,000

Pembroke: $25,000

Penetanguishene: $25,000

Perth: $25,000

Petawawa: $90,771

Peterborough: $841,499

Peterborough (county): $300,090

Prescott and Russell: $419,725

Prince Edward County: $60,000

Quinte West: $314,569

Ramara: $25,000

Renfrew: $25,000

Renfrew (county): $372,360

Richmond Hill: $615,583

Russell: $75,120

Sarnia: $590,081

Saugeen Shores: $25,000

Sault Ste. Marie: $580,535

Scugog: $92,131

Selwyn: $87,236

Simcoe: $1,602,602

Smiths Falls: $25,000

South Frontenac: $80,882

South Stormont: $25,000

Spanish: $25,000

St. Catharines: $552,098

St. Thomas: $361,701

Strathroy-Caradoc: $165,874

Tecumseh: $106,097

Thorold: $80,238

Thunder Bay: $910,579

Toronto: $25,639,264

Vaughan: $908,612

Wasaga Beach: $100,234

Waterloo: $520,573

Waterloo Region (Upper Tier): $2,166,663

Whitby: $424,235

Whitchurch-Stouffville: $30,000

Whitewater Region: $25,000

Wilmot: $107,338

Windsor: $1,671,508

Woodstock: $182,769

York Region (Upper Tier): $3,514,578

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