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A $40 million “much-needed, seismically safe replacement” of Henry Hudson Elementary school in Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighbourhood was announced by the provincial government on Wednesday.
The province noted that the project’s $40.1 million price tag is jointly funded by the government of BC, the Vancouver School Board, and the City of Vancouver. The Province is investing $29.06 million from the Seismic Mitigation Program for the project. The Vancouver School Board is providing $1.06 million, and the City of Vancouver is contributing $10 million for a rooftop childcare center.