Regional Multipurpose Leisure Centre Feasibility Study

Have Your Say - Regional Multipurpose Leisure Centre Feasibility Study Residents are invited to provide input for a feasibility study that will provide guidance to the project partners for the potential development of a regional multipurpose leisure centre.

Community Grant Funding


The Town of St. Paul desires to establish a process for community halls, non-profit organizations, and societies that provide services to its residents to apply for grant funding and to ensure that grant requests are assessed and awarded in a consistent and equitable manner that maximizes the benefits for Town ratepayers.

Community Grant Funding Policy

To develop and maintain a safe and viable community and to supply necessary services to the community.  The purpose of this policy is to establish a program to provide funding support to non-profit organizations that organize and deliver events which enhance the quality of life for the citizen of St. Paul.

Access to Community Grant Funding Policy.

Capital Grant

Not-for-profit organizations that provide programs or services that benefit the community, who are completing a capital project intended to enhance quality of life in their community.  A maximum of $5,000.00 and only every three (3) years.

Access to Capital Grant Application Form.

Operating Grant

Unrestricted funding towards recurring annual operating costs for non-profit groups. For requests between $0 - $2,000.00.   These requests are annually.

Access to Operating Grant Application Form.

Contact Information

For further information or to submit your application,  please contact Alyssa at 780-645-1771 or email to: