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Snapshot: Kitchener-Waterloo (Conservative)

Grants: $4,771,716

MP: Peter Braid, defeated Liberal incumbent Andrew Telegdi in 2008 by just 17 votes.

  • Upgrades to the Bridgeport Community Centre $700,000
  • Expansion and Redevelopment of Warrior Field $615,941
  • Reconstruction of Waterloo Regional Synchronized Swimming Club pool $498,667
  • Rehabilitation of Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex - Part 1 $308,000
  • Rehabilitation of Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex - Part 2 $735,350
  • Replacement of Albert McCormick Community Centre Compressor $50,000
  • Upgrading of Albert McCormick Community Centre $377,703
  • Upgrading of Moses Springer Community Centre $486,055
  • Rehabilitation of 50-metre pool $1-million

Snapshot: Brampton West (Liberal)

Grants: $1,522,832

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MP: Andrew Kania, who beat Conservative candidate Kyle Seeback by 231 votes.

  • Rehabilitation of Brampton Curling Club $495,500
  • Rehabilitation of Chris Gibson Recreation Centre $639,333
  • Rehabilitation of Memorial Arena $307,333
  • Rehabilitation of Snelgrove Community Centre $80,666

Snapshot: Ottawa Centre (NDP)

Grants: $4,057,833

MP: Paul Dewar, who defeated Liberal candidate Richard Mahoney by 5,141 votes.

  • Upgrading of Hillcrest Sports Complex fields $966,667
  • Renovation of Metro Central YMCA-YWCA $1-million
  • Improvements to Hintonburgh Community Centre $400,000
  • Reconstruction of park wall at Hintonburg Park $333,333
  • Redevelopment of Parkdale Urban Park and renovation of the fieldhouse $396,000
  • Renovation and expansion of Rideau Canoe Club $594,000
  • Replacement of McKellar Park recreation building $333,333
  • Replacement of Waterplay in Hintonburg Park $34,500
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