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Manitoba municipalities share $140-million loan to improve water, wastewater infrastructure

About 78,000 to be impacted by water projects

March 27, 2024  By Ground Water Canada

Manitoba – Some communities in the province will be getting a share of $140 million in Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) loans for water and wastewater projects.

The loan will enable Brandon, Niverville, Taché, Hanover and Ritchot to construct facilities that will deliver clean water and enhanced wastewater treatment.

The CIB says the infrastructure will supply potable water and treat and discharge wastewater, impacting about 78,000 homes.


Sufficient capacity can accommodate an additional 2,3000 homes in Brandon and 12,600 in other municipalities.


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