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Co-Funding Improves Sports and Recreation Opportunities in Manitoba

The federal and state governments will spend funds on two sports and recreation infrastructure projects inWinnipegandNipawa, according to an announcement Wednesday. I'm here.

Funds will be allocated to purchase a new energy-efficient ice plant forUniversity of Manitoba's Max Bell Centerat the University's Fort Garry campus in Winnipeg. You can

This work is part of the Fort Garry District Energy Upgrade Project announced in July 2021.

"Following last year's investment, this funding is another step in transforming the Max Bell Center.

The Government of Canada contributed up to $363,200 and the University of Manitoba contributed $544,800 to the project.

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“It is important to become custodians of the facilities we already have to build new spaces that create a prosperous campus and to promote and sustain a culture of active living,” said Michael Benaloc. said the doctor. President and Vice Chancellor of the University of Manitoba.

In addition, $550,000 will be allocated for the development of Nipawa's multi-use trails.

"The Neepawa Multi-Use Trail Park Project features trails suitable for walking, biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and winter fat biking, with varying degrees of beginner-level to advanced loops. ,” said Reg Helwer, Minister of Consumer Protection and Government Services, Manitoba Department of Labor.

The project will provide more options for residents of Nipawa and its surrounding areas to stay active and enjoy nature all year round.

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"Our government recognizes the importance of investing in recreational infrastructure to build healthy, inclusive and vibrant communities." I am sexually aware,” Helwar said.

The town of Neepawa has donated $137,500 to him for eligible costs for the project.

“As our community continues to grow, the City Council understands the importance of having accessible public spaces that offer a variety of options for recreational and leisure activities. We are," Nipawa Mayor Blake McCutcheon said.

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