The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund is providing $163,376 to the Dryden Regional Airport.
The funding will help with a number of upgrades to the terminal.
That includes resurfacing the terminal floor, update the plumbing system and making the washrooms
“This funding will allow us to not only improve the airport's mechanical systems but also
enhance the overall experience for travelers and tenants with the refinishing of the
flooring and the renovation of the public washrooms in the terminal,” said Jack Harrison,
Mayor, City of Dryden. “
The money will also allow the airport to replace a maintenance door with a taller unit.
(Photo by Tom Thomson)