Construction is about to begin on a $2.3-million research facility between Port Rowan and Long Point, reports Monte Sonnenberg of the Simcoe Reformer. The facility will serve as the new headquarters for the Canadian Wildlife Service in this part of the country. The 7,000-square-foot complex will include research facilities, office space, residential areas, a garage, a boathouse and a parking lot. Half a dozen CWS staff will relocate to the facility once it’s finished. The contract for the new facility has been awarded to STM Construction Ltd. of Brantford. The expected completion date is October of 2015.
Full Simcoe Reformer article: http://www.simcoereformer.ca/2014/10/14/23-million-wildlife-research-facility-being-built-in-norfolk