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Input into Cottagers Handbook

Posted on: February 24, 2020  |  

The Manitoba Provincial Parks Cabin Owner Association (MPPCOA) is working with the Department of Conservation and Climate on making revisions to the Cottagers Handbook.  The Cottagers Handbook outlines information, regulations and guidelines affecting cottagers in Manitoba’s provincial parks.

At present, a joint working group has been established, comprised of both branch staff and individuals from the member associations of the Manitoba Provincial Parks Cottage Owners Association (MPPCOA) – all of whom bring a cottaging perspective from a number of subdivisions from across the province. A review of the Handbook is being conducted with the intent to create an updated document with relative information for cottagers, establish development guidelines that are clear and concise, while striving to achieve efficient administrative processes to reduce processing times for such things as permit applications.

On Feb 24th the WCA emailed its members with a survey to collect feedback on the handbook discussion topics.

If you haven’t received an email:

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