Gaspé, Que.—The federal government has announced $33 million in projects to upgrade two Parks Canada properties in the Gaspesie Region in Quebec.
The announcements for Forillon National Park and the Battle of the Restigouche National Historic Site were made July 1. The spending package will also be used to continue the reconstruction project of Cap-des-Rosiers Harbour.
The main project at the Restigouche site involves upgrading of the mechanical systems.
Work at Forillon National Park includes inspection and reconstruction of the wastewater treatment systems, reconstruction and upgrading of the interpretation centre, restoration of the heritage infrastructure, repaving roads and rebuilding the operational centre.
The Cap-des-Rosier Harbour work includes dredging of the harbour, reconstruction of the piers, the lighting system and sidewalks, reconstruction of the access roads and picnic shelters and construction of a floating pontoon and boardwalk.