The Winnipeg Metropolitan Region leaders are proud to share the journey of Plan20-50—Manitoba’s first regional land use and servicing plan.
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Building Strong Communities: A Circular Approach demonstrates the type of collaboration that will be necessary as Manitoba seeks to capitalize on opportunities for the future.
Take a look at what a circular economy is, what it means for Manitobans and Canadians, and what you can do today to create a cleaner tomorrow.
This week brought a fantastic meeting on regional planning and Plan20-50 with participants from all over the province, the country, and the world.
What is sustainable procurement and how does it affect our day-to-day?
Water: A deep dive into the work that’s being done to restore and preserve Canada’s waters, and what more needs to happen.
What is Canada’s Water Agency and why is creating one necessary?
How does ‘Support Local’ benefit the consumer? Here’s how!
Supporting local? How do you know where to go to support local? If you live in the Winnipeg Metro Region, this post has you covered!
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Many of us might be needing holiday spirit this year more than we ever have. Manitoba's most festive season is surely going to look quite different, which has people wondering if all of the beloved holiday festivities will be cancelled. While that may be the case for...
What a difference a year can make. This time last year, we were hard at work preparing for our “Driving Competitiveness” event where we welcomed over 300 of Manitoba’s leaders to the release of For the Benefit of All—a report authored by Dr. Robert Murray that set the...
Manitoba Growth Plan: By the end of this year, the Metro Region expects to complete a first draft of its new long-term growth plan — Plan 2050 — reflecting input from municipal leaders, provincial and Indigenous governments, businesses, environmental groups, land planning professionals, and individual citizens.
"A lot of work on resilience has focused on the capacity to absorb shocks and still maintain function. But, there is also another aspect of resilience that concerns the capacity for renewal, re-organization, and development, which has been less in focus but is...