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1st in the Nation as Manitoba Leads Canada into the Future

Working Together for Our Future

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The Collaborative Leadership Initiative is redefining the goal of economic development as enabling Manitoba to compete at the global level. By bringing Mayors, Reeves, and Chiefs of the First Nations together, we ensure that we will have the resources to build an economy that can adapt to the complexities of the global market.

With a signed MOU, Manitoba has the distinction of being the first province in Canada to achieve this level of true partnership.

Check out who is participating in the Collaborative Leadership Initiative below.

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