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ECBC has been a partner with many Community Economic Developments, here are but a few to showcase our involvement towards building sustainable communities.
Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre
ECBC was a major financial contributor to the construction of the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre, recognizing that the facility was an important piece of social infrastructure for the community and a means to foster and promote further economic development.
ECBCís investment of over $3.7 million in this project complements the Corporationís Major Events Strategy and positions Centre 200 as a potential host for regional, national and international sports, recreation, industry and trade events, resulting in significant economic benefits to the community and
Cape Breton Centre for Craft and Design
Now established at its new home in downtown Sydney, the Cape Breton Centre for Craft and Design displays some of the finest work of local artisans.
In 2011, Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation in conjunction with the CBRM and several local engineering firms ,†sponsored and developed a plan to retrofit the BAYplex heating and cooling plant infrastructure to use mine water.