PEI

North Rustico gets $446K to promote Acadian heritage

North Rustico will get close to half a million dollars from the provincial and federal governments to further develop the town as an Acadian tourism destination.

Seawalk Park upgrades, renovations to to further develop town as Acadian tourism destination

North Rustico will receive funding to continue developing the town as an Acadian tourism destination. (Province of P.E.I.)
North Rustico will get close to half a million dollars from the provincial and federal governments to further develop the town as an Acadian tourism destination.

The federal government is providing $270,500, while the P.E.I. government investing $175,000 for upgrades and renovations to Seawalk Park.

Changes will include new commercial space for local artisans, a visitor welcome centre, new public washrooms, new and upgraded trails and lighting and a performance space.

The improvements are designed to showcase the town's marine and Acadian heritage and highlight its location at one of the P.E.I. National Park entrances.

North Rustico is one of six Acadian and Francophone regions recognized by the province.

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