Looking ahead with our reopening plan


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This article was published 22/06/2021 (710 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

Thanks to the efforts of  the many Manitobans who have followed public health orders over the past year and a half, our province is now in a position to gradually reopen and return to our normal lives.

Manitoba’s 4-3-2-One Great Summer Reopening Path includes more openings and fewer restrictions beginning by Canada Day and increasing as vaccination levels rise over the course of the summer.  

It focuses on the four reopening categories Manitobans value most, three summer holiday milestones for phasing out COVID-19 restrictions and two public health fundamentals for all Manitobans to follow.

For more information and to view the entire plan, please visit:

On the local news front, the RM of East St Paul’s Texaco/Eagle Creek drainage work is nearing completion. Announced in August of 2020, this project was part of the province’s $15 million disaster prevention and climate resilience funding.  

The RM received $1.3 million from the province and funded the remaining $300,000.

Texaco/Eagle Creek is the RM’s primary drainage system and these improvements will increase the RM’s climate resiliency and reduce the risk of flooding from land drainage.

I am also pleased to announce local heritage grant program funding through the Department of Sport, Culture and Heritage to increase access and promote preservation of Manitoba’s culture and heritage.  

The RM of St. Clements Heritage Committee has been selected to received $6,000 to produce the remaining four videos planned for the Putting Food on the Table exhibition.

This program supports organizations and communities from across the province so they can carry out special projects to improve the service they provide to Manitobans.

Constituents of Red River North can continue to access our constituency office either by email at or by telephone at 204-641-2107.

Jeff Wharton

Jeff Wharton
Red River North constituency report

Jeff Wharton is the PC MLA for Red River North.

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