The Manitoba government is spending $500,000 to improve recreational projects in southeast Winnipeg.
Similar to the announcement made Tuesday for the city’s northwest, many popular recreation facilities and create green spaces will be revitalized.
The province is providing the École Guyot parent advisory council with funding to install a natural playground, which will repair existing drainage issues and make the site more accessible. Also included in the project are 500 feet of walking and biking paths, a small hill with a six-foot climbing wall, as well as buried tree stumps and log benches to create seating for an outdoor classroom.
For a list of facilities to see upgrades, visit the province’s website.