On January 15, 2016, the Manitoba government announced 29 new water and sewer projects with municipalities through the Manitoba Water Services Board.
Steinbach Mayor and AMM president Chris Goertzen, announced The Association of Manitoba Municipalities and the Manitoba government is co-hosting a one-day conference focused on creating a vision for a resilient future for Manitoba.
City of Steinbach Mayor and Association of Manitoba Municipalities President, Chris Goertzen, will be in attendance at the upcoming AMM 16th Annual Convention.
Ted Falk, MP for Provencher, on behalf of the Honourable Candice Bergen, Minister of State for Social Development, encouraged local organizations to submit their projects for consideration under the newly launched Enabling Accessibility Fund Call for Proposals.
The municipal amalgamation process is nearing completion with the mergers of 39 municipalities into 19, Municipal Government Minister Stan Struthers announced.
The Manitoba government is partnering with central Manitoba municipalities by investing more than $1.6 million in municipal roads to keep communities linked and ensure driving for local families, commercial travelers and tourists is safe and smooth.
Research conducted by the University of Saskatchewan shows populations of feral wild boar are now present in 110 of 296 of the province’s rural municipalities.
The provincial government is providing new tools for municipalities as they develop their amalgamation plans in consultation with citizens, Local Government Minister Ron Lemieux announced.
Over 1,000 registered delegates will be voting on resolutions for cell service, infrastructure and flooding at the Association of Manitoba Municipalities 14th Annual Convention.
The Association of Manitoba Municipalities Annual Convention takes place later this month and 54 resolutions are up for debate, however, a late resolution submitted by the RM of Stuartburn promises to be added to the list in the first spot, due to its critical subject matter.