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Wharf gets a funding boost

FANNY BAY — The Fanny Bay Harbour Authority is receiving federal funds to upgrade its wharf.

A total of $765,000 is being provided through the Western Diversification Program ($515,000) and the West Coast Community Adjustment Program ($250,000).

The funding is to reconfigure the existing berths and breakwater, construct and place a new floating concrete wharf and install ramp access and parking facilities.

— Comox Valley Record

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