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Keystone upgrades needed

The Keystone Centre has applied for federal funding through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program, which if approved, would upgrade the stage and build a walking track complete with exercise equipment, community garden plots and art pieces. The red line represents where the track would be built. Yellow: Art; Blue: Exercise Equipment; Green: Garden Plots

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The Keystone Centre has applied for federal funding through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program, which if approved, would upgrade the stage and build a walking track complete with exercise equipment, community garden plots and art pieces. The red line represents where the track would be built. Yellow: Art; Blue: Exercise Equipment; Green: Garden Plots

6 local projects want federal cash

Four Brandon organizations have applied for federal funding under the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.

The City of Brandon applied for three projects while the Riverbank Discovery Centre, Keystone Centre and Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium have all applied for one project under the program.

The city requested money to fix and upgrade ...

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