Ron MacKinley, PEI Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal and Clifford Lee, Mayor of Charlottetown. Photo: Brian Simpson

Residents and visitors to Charlottetown and its historical waterfront and university are celebrating upgrades to water and sewage services, thanks to investments made under the Building Canada Fund and Build PEI.

Gail Shea, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, Ron MacKinley, PEI Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, Mayor Clifford Lee, and University of PEI president Wade MacLauchlan visited the completed projects.

The Government of Canada, through the Building Canada Fund, the Province of PEI, through its Build PEI initiative, and the City of Charlottetown shared the cost of road infrastructure improvements and water and sewage services projects worth over $6.5 million.

The completed projects included extension of sewer and water services to fully connect properties and businesses along the historic waterfront, and the installation of underground piping for stormwater control.

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