FREDERICTON – March 14, 2022 – A third wave of financing announcements for QuadNB
The Canada Community Building Fund announced, on Monday, March 14, that two additional projects have been approved for funding. Two other New-Brunswick Quad clubs will share $430,210: Slo-Poke ATV Club Inc. will receive a total of $410,210 for the construction of a 65-foot bridge on the Millbrook River for three-season access and the River Valley ATV Club Inc. will receive $20,000 to install culvert pipes on a portion of their provincial trail.
In total, 10 New Brunswick quad clubs will share more than $2,049,279 of approved funding in 2022 for infrastructure projects that will include the construction of five bridges ranging in length from 65 to 170 feet. The other projects are for culvert installations and one trailhead project. The total cost for all these projects is $2,452,221.
Among the projects, the ATV Country Wheelers club has completed the construction of their new bridge in Fall 2021 on the Scoudouc River. The Club V.T.T. Nord-Est Inc. has started its project to build a bridge on the Little Tracadie River.
The River Valley ATV Club Inc. has completed a portion of its infrastructure improvement and the Club VTT/ATV Chaleur Inc. has started to build the 6 km trail to reach Jacquet River in order to build a 170-foot bridge. All of those projects should be completed before the end of Fall 2022.
Jacques Poirier, QuadNB General Manager – 506-476-0739
Eymard Savoie, QuadNB President – 506-779-7312
In the photo, from left to right: MP Wayne Lord, QuadNB General Manager Jacques Poirier and Kings-Center MLA Bill Oliver. (Photo contribution)