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Province increases spending on city roads over five years

$66-million boost in Winnipeg infrastructure over next five years

From left, Kevin Chief, provincial minister of children and youth opportunities and minister responsible for relations with the City of Winnipeg, Winnipeg mayor Sam Katz, and Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger recently announced a $66-million boost over the next five years to renew Winnipeg streets, backlanes and sidewalks.

STEPH CROSIER

From left, Kevin Chief, provincial minister of children and youth opportunities and minister responsible for relations with the City of Winnipeg, Winnipeg mayor Sam Katz, and Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger recently announced a $66-million boost over the next five years to renew Winnipeg streets, backlanes and sidewalks.

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