Keystone Centre receives grant for arena upgrades


Brandon’s Progressive Conservative MLAs are welcoming an important investment in
the Keystone Centre. A grant of $68,675 from the Building Sustainable Communities
Program will be used to replace boards, purchase and install a dehumidifier, and to
construct a new female change room for the Kinsmen and Enns Brothers Arenas. The
provincial contribution represents approximately 50% of the total project cost.

“Our government is proud to be making this significant investment,” said Cliff Cullen,
MLA for Spruce Woods. “This will help ensure a bright future for one of the crown jewels
of Westman.”

“The Keystone Centre is such an important facility here in Brandon,” added Len
Isleifson, MLA for Brandon East. “I am pleased to be part of a team that works together
to deliver support for projects like this.”

“The Building Sustainable Communities Program is designed to provide a high quality of
life for Manitobans,” said Reg Helwer, MLA for Brandon West. “This grant will do exactly
that while benefiting our community for many years to come.”

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