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Impact-fee decision presents opportunity

Winnipeg’s infrastructure deficit is a result of reduced density and suburban sprawl, not a lack of revenue.</p>

Winnipeg’s infrastructure deficit is a result of reduced density and suburban sprawl, not a lack of revenue.

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History

Updated on Monday, August 17, 2020 at 12:06 PM CDT: Correction. An earlier version stated the controversial fees were implemented in 2019, when they were actually implemented in 2017.

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