An additional $10 million in unconditional operating funding to rural municipalities to support critical infrastructure needs, and a $2 million increase to the Manitoba Water Services Board capital budget.
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“The Lake Manitoba and Lake St. Martin Outlet Channels project is vital to protect Manitobans who have sacrificed so much because of flooding,” Manitoba Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler
In September, the Government of Canada announced an investment of $117 million to support the acquisition and repair of Churchill rail line.
The province explored the feasibility and benefits of building four new schools using a public private partnership (P3) model … after review, it decided instead to enhance its existing approach by applying lessons learned through analysis of P3 principles, innovations and methodologies.
The project consists of building two approximately 23km-long diversion channels as well as building two bridges and water control structures, a 24-kilovolt distribution line, and adjusting surrounding highway infrastructure.
KGS Group wins the top Keystone Award for the Peter Sutherland Generating Station Project.
The South Perimeter Highway will be redesigned to create a modern freeway similar to American interstate standards.
The $6.4M project involved building a new water treatment facility complete with a larger reservoir and membrane-filtration equipment, doubling the plant’s treatment capacity.
The study is estimated to take approximately two years to complete.
The program allows for up to 50% cost-shared funding for municipal road and bridge renewal projects.
The goal is for the four Manitoba school projects to break ground in the 2019 construction season.
The $37 million in funding will focus on the repair and upgrading of existing water-related facilities and assets.
The projects announced involve upgrades to roofing, mechanical systems and accessibility.
An emergency department project designed by ft3 of Winnipeg, construction is expected to begin later this spring.
The funding will assist with 10 projects to build and repair municipal bridges across the province, with costs shared 50-50 between the province and municipalities.