Integrated Communities & Infrastructure

Integrated Communities & Infrastructure

In strong communities, growth is integrated and coordinated across municipal boundaries and infrastructure is identified, planned and prioritized to support regional growth as determined by the regional structure.

Strong communities provide residents with a high quality of life, housing choice, local employment opportunities, regional transportation networks, recreation and leisure activities while protecting and preserving valuable resource like agricultural lands and water for future generations.

A long range regional growth and servicing plan contemplates efficient and effective regional coordination of infrastructure investment as the foundation of every strong community. A responsible and collaborative approach to identifying the needs of today while planning for critical and strategic investments for tomorrow will allow us to optimize existing and planned infrastructure. Plan20-50 will support integrated planning and infrastructure investment to increase our economic competitiveness and create connected, safe, and vibrant communities.

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Naawi-Oodena is a landmark project that has potential to make history for Winnipeg, Manitoba. Check out the full article to see what is in the works for developing a urban Indigenous community on traditional Anishinaabe land at https://t.co/1I14gqZYCT https://t.co/lJEq9yGmTW
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If you have not read the latest edition of the Regional Times, check it out to see what is happening with @northforgemb. To access the full article click here https://t.co/aV9ENaL137 https://t.co/sDeVGh7FnY
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Find out how @natural_assetsis working with the WMR and the Collaborative Leadership Initiative to develop future infrastructure as well as taking account of Manitoba’s natural assets. Read the full article here https://t.co/w0jgDIF3eK https://t.co/EcVPkUqHoT

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