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Brantford Greenwich–Mohawk Remediation Project

Program activity: Community and Business Development

Start date: May 8, 2008

End date: March 31, 2013

Description: The project provides a federal contribution to the remediation of 50 acres of land spread over three sites in Brantford, Ontario. Once remediated, the land will be redeveloped according to a community design plan that has been developed in consultation with the residents of Brantford. The plan includes residential development and some light commercial development with a heritage/cultural component. The project plan has several milestones spread over the 2008–2011 period.

Expected Results: Fifty acres of remediated land in Brantford, Ontario suitable for residential development, some light commercial development and a cultural/heritage component.

The data presented in this table are shown in millions of dollars.

Brantford Greenwich–Mohawk Remediation Project Spending Forecasts ($M)
  Forecast Spending 2009–2010 Planned Spending
2010–11
Planned Spending
2011–12
Planned Spending
2012–13
Total Grants 8.1 2.3 1.2 0
Total Program Activity: 8.1 2.3 1.2 0

Planned Evaluations and Audits:
A Results-based Management and Accountability Framework (RMAF) and Risk-based Audit Framework (RBAF) are not necessary for this grant.

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