Niverville Projects Receive Provincial Funding


On December 13, Morris MLA Shannon Martin announced a number of community development funding initiatives. Five local programs were announced overall, with three of them pertaining to the Town of Niverville. The investment in Niverville totals $13,253.

“Our Progressive Conservative government understands the importance of investing in community development programs that enrich the lives of Manitobans,” says Martin. “I am pleased to see our constituency will benefit from this significant province-wide funding.”

The Niverville projects include the installation of accessible doors at the picnic shelter washrooms in Hespeler Park ($7,253), further investment in the Main Street Historical Board Project ($1,000), and gate and fence upgrades for the Niverville Heritage Cemetery on Main Street.

The province has committed to spend more than $2.6 million in these grants, offered by programs from Community Places, Partners 4 Growth, Hometown Manitoba, and Neighbourhoods Alive!

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