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in their products and services as well as to grow and thrive, all while keeping safety as the top priority. The Tourism Relief Fund helps businesses adapt to welcome back guests safely. It also feeds into a broader strategy to help the sector recover from the pandemic and build an economy that works for everyone. The Canadian economy will not fully recover until our tourism sector recovers.” The Commission de la zone d’améliora- tion commerciale de Hawkesbury received $100,000 to develop a project celebrating Hawkesbury’s francophone and bilingual heri- tage, including revitalization, local historical and anecdotal signage, and integrating local art downtown. The Hawkesbury Chamber of Commerce received $100,000 for the redevelopment of the Place des Pionniers Park to include an outdoor bistro-style dining space and

Green Beaver received $100,000 to create a new visitor experience to draw visitors into Hawkesbury, including a cheese tasting and storytelling exhibit to highlight the region’s rich heritage and unique bilingual culture. The Association canadienne-française de l’Ontario de Prescott et Russell received $100,000 to revitalize the Parc de la Confé- dération’s on Chenail Island. It will include a gazebo structure with illumination and animation. The Township of Alfred and Plantagenet received $100,000 to create a better visi- tor experience by upgrading and retrofitting marina infrastructure, including adding was- hrooms and building a walking trail system along the Ottawa River. Beau’s Brewery in Vankleek Hill received $100,000 to redevelop its warehouse into

The federal government invested $5.5 million in Eastern Ontario tourism. On October 7, Ottawa Tourism announced support for 55 tourism businesses and organizations to recover from the pandemic and prepare for future growth. The Tourism Relief Fund delivered $5.5 million from the Government of Canada, which Ottawa Tourism then distributed to each business to help them welcome back visitors, recover from the pandemic, and create jobs. “The Canadian tourism sector conti- nues to be one of the most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic,” stated Randy Boisson- nault, tourism minister and associate finance NJOJTUFSi8FXJMMXPSLXJUICVTJOFTTFT and organizations through these challenging times, ensuring they get support to innovate

a tasting room and event space to host tours highlighting products of local drink producers. The Vankleek Hill Vineyard received $100,000 to upgrade its facilities, inclu- ding expanding its indoor tasting space, constructing a yurt glamping experience, and building gender-neutral bathrooms to allow for operation year-round. Popsilos in Vankleek Hill received $100,000 to create new silo artwork and repair existing artwork that has degraded over time. The Vankleek Hill Business and Merchant Association received $100,000 to modernize and relocate its tourism information centre to a new, permanent location, and to create self-guided historic tours of the village. 5IF 8JOETPS 5BWFSO JO 7BOLMFFL )JMM received $75,000 to renovate a heritage building with energy-efficient upgrades, as well as expand its live music space for improved performances. The St-Albert Fromagerie received $100,000 to upgrade and renovate the observation floor, adding a virtual tour of the factory’s story and production processes. The Prescott and Russell Recreational Trail Corporation received $100,000 to implement bicycle and e-bike rental services along the trail. Hammond Hill received $93,500 to construct a lake, a beach hut, gazebos, seating areas, and trails throughout the property. THANKSGIVING WEEKEND FATALITY NEAR WENDOVER Tourisme Ottawa a distribué 5 500 000 $ aux entreprises de l’Est de l’Ontario. -photo d’archive

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A Sunday night accident on County Road 17 near Wendover resulted in one person dead. The Hawkesbury OPP detachment is investigating the circumstances surroun- ding a fatal collision over the Thanksgiving weekend. Police responded to a report just after 9 p.m., Sunday, of two vehicles colliding on County Road 17, east of the intersection XJUI$PVOUZ3PBEOFBS8FOEPWFS A 20-year-old resident of Cornwall was taken to hospital by ambulance for treatment but was later pronounced dead. Three other people were also taken by ambulance to hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries. Officers with the OPP Technical Collision Investigation and Reconstruction Unit are reviewing details related to the collision to determine the cause.

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