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Province Investing $4.7 Million Into Southwest Winnipeg Roads

June 5, 2013 12:28 PM | News

Manitoba LogoThe Manitoba government announced Wednesday they are investing nearly $5 million into south Winnipeg roads this year, including McGillivray Boulevard.

Premier Greg Selinger said the Province will match the $1.1 million the city will be investing in repairing McGillvray.

Other streets that will see improvements include: Mulvey Avenue, Laval Drive, Laidlaw Boulevard, Bryn Mawr Road, Garwood Avenue, Nesbitt Bay, Fleet Avenue, Oakfiled Place, Fairmont Road, Ru St. Pierre and Corydon Avenue.

— Staff

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