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Agreement with the Province

Posted on: December 24, 2015  |  

The Whiteshell Cottagers Association, along with our partners at other Provincial Park Cottager Associations, are very pleased that an agreement to freeze the lease rate portion of Provincial Park Cottagers’ invoices at last year’s rate, has been reached with the Province today. This freeze will remain in place until a new process has been agreed upon for implementation. We look forward to constructive participation with the Ministry of Conservation and other stakeholders in a consultative process that will ensure that Manitoba’s Parks will continue to thrive as a resource for all Manitobans. We are particularly pleased that the Ministry has taken this step to ensure that the tradition of family cottaging in Provincial Parks will remain affordable for the people of Manitoba.

3 responses to “Agreement with the Province”

  1. John Ollivier says:

    Good news . Would have been more assuring though to see the words ” joint ” participation and ” partnership ” process . However , got a freeze till the Election is over and until 2017 . We can be guaranteed game back on if NDP win election . Keep our Statement Of Claim ready .

  2. James T says:

    Nice try NDP lowering fees just before an election. What’s up with this confussing invoice from CLPA?
    You lost my vote any way. BUB BYE….

  3. link says:

    The Whiteshell Cottagers Association said the lease increase would drive middle-class owners out of cottages that have been in their families for generations. It also claimed the province doesn t provide services to cottagers to justify that kind of fee increase.

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