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MPPCOA meeting with SD Minister – Nov. 29, 2016

Posted on: January 8, 2017  |  

Attached are notes from the November 29, 2016 inaugural meeting between the Manitoba Provincial Parks Cabin Owners Association Executive and Honorable Catherine Cox, Minister of Sustainable Development, Richard Wowchuk, MLA for Swan River and Legislative Assistant, Dennis Smook, MLA for La Verendrye and senior departmental officials.

Notes of MPPCOA Meeting With Minister of Sustainable Development Honorable Catherine Cox

Also attached is the photo of the meeting participants. The individuals in the photo are from left to right: Nicola Wigle (President, Moose Lake COA, Dennis Smook, MLA La Verendrye, Jack Elliot, President, MPPCOA, Bob Johnston, Director, Grindstone COA, Honorable Catherine Cox, Minister, Sustainable Development, Ronald Smith, President, Whiteshell Cottagers Association, Richard Wowchuk, MLA Legislative Assistant, Sustainable Development.

 

One response to “MPPCOA meeting with SD Minister – Nov. 29, 2016”

  1. Pat Popp says:

    Could you please give me the contact information for the MPPCOA? I have a cottage in a provincial park, but there is no association and I would like to join the MPPCOA. I cannot find any website or other source of contact information, so I would greatly appreciate if you give me the phone number or email address, or pass along my contact info to them. Thank you.

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