Manitoba’s agricultural societies will receive more than $94,000 to upgrade fairgrounds and make other infrastructure improvements, ensuring these spaces remain safe and enjoyable for participants and visitors.
Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, is reminding organizations in Provencher that the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program deadline is June 22, 2016 at 3pm.
Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, announced that the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program is now accepting applications.
Before a province-wide audience of over 500 municipal officials, Association of Manitoba Municipalities President and Steinbach Mayor, Chris Goertzen, pointed to a new poll released last week by Probe Research indicating infrastructure as the most important issue on the minds of voters as they head to the polls on April 19.
In a recent public opinion poll conducted for the Association of Manitoba Municipalities, 85% of Manitobans agreed that local councils across the province deserve both a fair share of infrastructure tax dollars and a fair say in how they’re spent.
The City of Steinbach is inviting local residents to come and learn about the capital projects planned for 2016, including asphalt surfacing of Old Tom Road, City Hall expansion and new facilities at the Steinbach Soccer Park.
The province continues to modernize the Perimeter Highway and the capital region transportation system by developing plans for a new St. Norbert Bypass.
With the onset of colder weather, a record year for provincial highway construction is wrapping up, having created an estimated 6,650 jobs and boosting the Manitoba economy by an estimated $678.6 million in 2015-16.
The Manitoba government is again releasing the list of tenders for upcoming core infrastructure projects early to give the construction industry time to prepare for another record season of building highways, roads and bridges across the province in 2016.