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Government funding for four projects in Nova Scotia's Shelburne County

04/09/2013 09:02 EDT | Updated 06/09/2013 05:12 EDT
SHELBURNE, N.S. - The federal government has announced funding for four projects in Nova Scotia's Shelburne County.

Gail Shea, minister for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, says $496,000 will be used to transform 12 hectares of land in the Shelburne Industrial Park into investment-ready lots with electricity, water and sewer services.

A business loan of $208,000 will help a local company upgrade buildings. Kenney & Ross Ltd. manufactures fish gelatins, collagens and adhesives.

ACOA is also spending $35,000 to help Aylward Fibreglass Inc. develop expertise to export its Fiberglas fuel tanks.

Another $42,000 from ACOA has been handed to the District of Barrington to complete work on the Seal Island Light Museum.

The provincial government is investing $21,000 in the museum.