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Province offering new cottage lots June 26

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Starting June 26 Manitobans will have another crack at selecting 126 cottage lots across the province.

The province said today the lots are in existing subdivisions and will available on a first-come, first-served basis to purchase or lease.

The lots include 49 lakefront, nine lake-view and 23 provincial park lots. Plus, 10 lots not claimed after previous cottage lot draws will be made available.

The province says since the program began in 2009, 142 lots have been sold or leased.

Manitobans can apply in person June 26 to July 9 at 200 Saulteaux Cres. in Winnipeg or by mail as of July 10. Non-Manitoba residents can apply starting on Oct. 24.

More information is at www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/cottaging/.

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