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VICTORIA, B.C. — The B.C. Transportation Financing Authority (BCTFA) has handed out $993,535 to improve roads in the District of Highlands.

The funding is provided through the province’s capital rehabilitation funding program for newly incorporated territories.

The program is designed to help municipalities improve transportation infrastructure and is administered by the BCTFA and the B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Highways.

The province will pay 75 per cent of project costs, with the municipality contributing 25 per cent.

Exact details of the road work weren’t immediately available.

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