CIP Success Stories

Sunderland Home Hardware (92 River Street, Sunderland)

The work included the installation of a new aluminum sign to be placed on the face of the building, along with new wood framing and steel cladding. Additionally, five gooseneck lights were installed.

The application process is very easy and with the help of Township Staff advising on the pre-application, the process is painless,” Mr. George Pilgrim, Owner of Sunderland Home Hardware.

The Nourish Hub (38 Cameron St., Cannington)

The work included the installation of new signage and a door.

“The Township staff were welcoming and helpful to make the entire process simple and efficient.  We contacted local business to create a beautiful facade and we are really happy to promote our local economy through participation in the revitalization program.  For Cannington Commons, this is just the beginning of and we look forward to enhancing our other downtown properties to make Cameron Street even more welcoming.”  David Slabodkin, President Cannington Commons

24-26 Cameron Street W., Cannington

The work included the repair and resurfacing of two facades with vinyl siding and trim being installed along the front upper walls. As well as the replacement of one storefront window, soffit, front door, and the installation of vinyl sunbursts, mantels, and shutters.

With the help of the staff, the process was relatively easy. We encourage the other business owners in Cannington to apply and do the same. We received a sizeable grant to help us get the job done. With that, we were able to provide the town with a much cleaner and presentable building.Brian Bassett, Owner of 24-26 Cameron St. W, Cannington

Cool Cow (359 Simcoe Street)

The work included the replacement of the storefront windows, entrance doors, and the current wood clad facade was replaced with new vinyl siding.

Cool Cow Before

Cool Cow Before

Cool Cow After

Cool Cow After