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Manitoba spending $1.45 million for northern infrastructure

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Manitoba spending $1.45 million for northern infrastructure

The government of Manitoba is spending $1.45 million in funding for four infrastructure projects in the northern part of the province.

Three of these projects will be at Norway House, with $510,000 for heat trace replacement, $224,000 for a snowplow and $247,000 to expand the maintenance garage to provide two extra bays that will house Public Works vehicles.

$475,000 will go to new Turner Drive subdivision water and sewer lines in Cormorant.

"These green infrastructure projects are good news for northern Manitoba.  Our provincial investments today will provide communities with safe drinking water, clean and clear roads and will help the future development of these communities," aboriginal and northern affairs minister Eric Robinson said.

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