The Kitchen sink Replacement Program, which was announced in the 2014 budget, has been re-opened to the public in B,C.
The government announced the program, which is funded through the province’s general fund, on Monday as it prepares to release its 2016-17 fiscal plan.
The program is a way to provide the province with the money it needs to make repairs to all of its provincial buildings.
It allows for the government to purchase kitchen sink replacements at a fraction of the cost of the original cost.
“This will be a new, innovative way to help keep the kitchen sink in working order,” said the government.
In B.J., Kitchen Sink Replacement Program participants receive a $10 rebate and a $100 gift card for every $100 they spend.
They can also apply for the Kitchen Sank back.
In addition, participants are eligible for a rebate of up to $1,500 per year.
This year, the government will provide $5,000 to every eligible Kitchen Sinking Program participant for repairs and refurbishment of the kitchen and associated fixtures.
The new program will be expanded in 2018 to include the repair of all the equipment in a Kitchen Sinker, and Kitchen Sinks that are being used as a kitchen sink.
The project will be overseen by the province, the KitchenSinkProjects.com website states.
The government said in a news release that the program is part of the province-wide Kitchen Sipper project, which will include improvements to the province of British Columbia’s kitchen infrastructure and infrastructure related to the purchase of new appliances.
In 2019, the program will expand to include Kitchen Sippers that are used for washing dishes.