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WCA Membership reaches 2134

Posted on: September 9, 2017  |  

Membership in your WCA has risen to 2134 as of September 9. HELP US REACH OUR GOAL. If you know of fellow cottagers who are not members, convince them to join today and be part of the strong united voice! The Manitoba Provincial Parks Cabin Owners Association, formed by the WCA and many other provincial parks, is hard at work for all of us. Members of the MPPCOA continue to meet monthly with Provincial Officials chaired by Rob Nedotiafco, Director of Parks and Protected Spaces. Fundamental principles and guidelines are being established — the first being the Guiding Principle which sets the foundation for further consultations as follows: The Manitoba Provincial Parks Cabin Owners Association (cabin owners) and Manitoba Parks and Protected Spaces Branch (Parks Branch) have established a working relationship based on trust, respect and transparency and are to work positively and collaboratively in defining an approach to managing the administration of matters affecting cottagers within provincial parks, including the collection of service fees and Crown Land rent from provincial park cottagers, in a way that is fair and sustainable for all Manitobans and provincial park stakeholders.

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