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Some Projects Require Integrated Planning
and some don’t. Across our growing region, municipalities are planning for the future through their local planning processes. A regional plan does not take away from the local processes, or...
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Who will win, the Superstar or the Team?
No matter how good they are, a superstar will never beat a team. Regional planning creates opportunities for all municipalities and reduces the development of local economies in isolation—this improves...
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Farm Land or Neighborhood?
It’s a question of values. Agriculture is one of the most important sectors for Manitoba’s economy, contributing almost $1.6 billion per year and representing 35 per cent of our labour...
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Collaborative Governance—Five Policy Areas of Plan20-50
Everyone knows the financial benefits of bulk purchasing. Draft Plan20-50 will establish improved data sharing across the region and improve collaboration between municipalities.
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Planning Together to Protect Our Environment
Because water crosses all boundaries. Five watershed districts and 18 sub-districts were developed within the Winnipeg Metro Region in January 2020, in an effort to best manage water, land, and...
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Resource Management—Five Policy Areas of Plan20-50
Draft Plan20-50 will help the Winnipeg Metro Region balance growth with the need to protect our air, water, and soil for the future.
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Investment and Employment—Five Policy Areas of Plan20-50
Draft Plan20-50 will help Manitoba attract investment and create jobs. The plan will support working together to plan for investment in critical infrastructure, strategic servicing, and human resources.
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One Environment—Five Policy Areas of Plan20-50
Learn why Plan20-50 is vital to the long-term protection of the natural resources that we all share. As the Winnipeg Metro Region continues to grow, a collaborative approach is critical to preserving agricultural and sensitive lands while facilitating new development.
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Integrated Communities & Infrastructure—Five Policy Areas of Plan20-50
A regional plan in Manitoba is key to addressing future infrastructure needs that don't stop at municipal borders—such as Internet, transportation, and sustainable sewer and water.
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Plan20-50—Water Protection and Climate Resiliency
As the devastation caused by extreme weather events continues to unfold in Texas, we imagine what could happen in Manitoba and the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region if we should experience such mass power...

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