Category: News

$45M Multi-Year Remediation Project at Abandoned Ruttan Mine is Now Complete

The Ruttan mine, located approximately 1,000 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg near Leaf Rapids, has been closed since 2002. Remediation work, which began in 2006, diverts clean water away from tailings …

Canada and Manitoba Invest in new Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility for Four Communities in Southeastern Manitoba

Today, Terry Duguid, parliamentary secretary to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change and member of parliament for Winnipeg South, on behalf of the Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Intergovernmental …

Manitoba Government Investing $3.1 Million to Establish Environmental Advisory Committee for the Outlet Channels Project

The Manitoba government is investing $3.1 million to establish an environmental advisory committee for the Lake Manitoba and Lake St. Martin Outlet Channels Project. The new environmental advisory committee will …

North End Sewage Treatment Plant in Winnipeg Receives $550M Funding for Phase 2 Upgrades

The Government of Canada, the Manitoba government, and the City of Winnipeg announced a joint investment of over $550 million for the second phase of upgrades to the North End …

Canada and Manitoba Invest in Water Infrastructure Upgrades

The Canadian government and the province of Manitoba have announced more than $42 million in funding for four water projects that will improve system efficiency and protect local communities and …

Canada and Manitoba Invest in Wastewater Treatment and Waste Management Infrastructure Projects

Joint federal, provincial, and municipal funding through the Investing in Canada InfrastructureProgram (ICIP) will support ten projects in Manitoba. These projects will upgrade wastewaterand waste management infrastructure to improve system …

Manitoba Government Signing MOUs for Forestry Revenue Sharing Agreements With Mosakahiken Cree Nation and Opaskwayak Cree Nation

Through a collaborative effort, the Manitoba government is signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Mosakahiken Cree Nation (MCN) and finalizing another MOU with Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN) this week …

Norway House Cree Nation and Manitoba Government Sign Memorandum of Agreement on Forestry Development

The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Norway House Cree Nation establishes a foundation for many years of collaboration between the Manitoba government and Norway House Cree Nation on forestry and …

Manitoba Regulatory Consultation Portal Open for Feedback on Adopting the 2015 National Building Code, National Plumbing Code, National Fire Code and 2017 National Energy Code for Buildings.

Manitoba is proposing to adopt the 2015 national model codes published by the National Research Council, including the 2015 editions of the National Building Code, National Plumbing Code, National Fire …

Workplace Education Manitoba (WEM) Receives $3.8M Through the Skills for Success Program

WEM’s Workplace Connections project will help 120 people become certified Skills for Success practitioners. As practitioners, they will design and deliver employer-focused skills training, tailored to the specific needs of …

Municipal Service Delivery Improvement Program

The Municipal Service Delivery Improvement Program provides municipalities and planning districts with financial support to complete value-for-money service delivery reviews of programs and services. These reviews can help municipalities and …

NRCan Call for Proposals: Clean Fuels Awareness Projects

Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is looking for innovative projects that aim to address awareness and knowledge gaps among Canadians on clean fuels and clean fuels technologies across all industries, commercial …