SAINT-CONSTANT, QUE. — Three levels of government have contributed equally to fund construction of a new $12.5-million aquatic centre for the Municipality of Saint-Constant, Que.
The governments of Canada and Quebec will each spend close to $4.2 million for the construction of the facility, indicates a May 8 statement. The city will also provide close to $4.2 million.
The new aquatic centre will feature a pool with six to eight swimming lanes, diving boards, a wading pool with water slides, a hot tub and a multipurpose room.