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Minister Haggie Announces Recipients of Community Collaboration Grants

Press Release

January 31, 2024

The Honourable John Haggie, Minister of Municipal and Provincial Affairs, today announced more than $500,000 for seven community collaboration projects that will help advance community sustainability and viability throughout the province.

Municipalities, Inuit Community Governments and Local Service Districts in Newfoundland and Labrador were eligible to apply for Community Collaboration Grants, which were first announced on July 17, 2023.

The grants provide funding at a 90/10 cost share, with at least three communities partnering on a project and the commitment of continued, long-term collaboration. All project applications were evaluated on sustainability, service sharing, community collaboration, replicability and scalability.

Each of the approved projects is specifically targeted to address service gaps, as well as to build capacity through collaboration and shared services. A list of approved projects can be found in the backgrounder below.

“As a government, we remain committed to building strong, sustainable communities throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. I am pleased to announce seven projects will receive Community Collaboration Grants to better meet the collective needs of communities and their residents.”
Honourable John Haggie
Minister of Municipal and Provincial Affairs


Learn more
Provincial Government Launching Community Collaboration Grants – News Releases

Municipal and Provincial Affairs – Government of Newfoundland and Labrador


Recipients of Community Collaboration Grants

Applicant Collaborating Communities Project
Town of Pasadena Towns of Cormack, Deer Lake, Massey Drive GIS mapping and Asset Management Collaboration
Town of Roddickton-Bide Arm Towns of Englee, Main Brook, Conche Shared Enforcement Officer
Town of Bay Roberts Towns of Harbour Grace, Spaniard’s Bay, North River Shared Enforcement Officer
Kittiwake Joint Council Towns of Gambo, Hare Bay, Dover, Centreville-Wareham-Trinity, Indian Bay Collaboration Coordinator to Explore Shared Service Options (i.e., Enforcement)
Town of Paradise Town of Conception Bay South, City of St. John’s Regional Economic Development Agency Website
Town of Sunnyside Towns of Arnold’s Cove, Come by Chance, Southern Harbour, Chance Cove Strategic Plan for the Isthmus Economic Development Alliance
Mary’s Harbour Town Council Towns of St. Lewis, Port Hope Simpson, Charlottetown, NunatuKavut Community Council Food Security Office Community Compost Pro



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