Two Kamloops schools among 50 in B.C. to receive new playgrounds

By James Peters
March 15, 2019 - 11:36am Updated: March 15, 2019 - 3:34pm

KAMLOOPS — Two Kamloops schools are among fifty across the province who will get new playgrounds, after a provincial government announcement today.

The education ministry will spend $90,000 each for new standard playgrounds at Aberdeen Elementary School and École Collines d’Or in Westmount.

The total announcement today is $5 million for the fifty new playgrounds in 34 districts through the province's Playground Equipment Program.

Among the other playground recipients is Kumsheen Elementary/Secondary school in Lytton, which will receive an accessible playground valued at $105,000.

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