Riding Mountain to See $39M for Infrastructure

Riding Mountain National ParkRiding Mountain National Park will see $39 million in federal funding to improve infrastructure throughout the park just north of Brandon, Manitoba.

Dauphin–Swan River–Marquette MP Robert Sopuck made the announcement Friday, saying $36.4 million will be spread out over five years for the resurfacing of Highway 10 throughout the park.

The Wasagaming Campground will receive $2.7 million to expand the oTENTik rental facilities, add water and electrical utility services to approximately 200 sites, and improve washroom buildings and picnic shelters for an improved visitor experience.

— Staff


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