Mailbag: The Boyne Valley Water Initiative

May 18, 2010 | Government News

Craig Spencer, Chair of the Boyne Valley Water Initiative, wrote:

Microsoft Word - Document9I would like to express our thanks to the MCC for its provincial-wide support. Our logo is ‘Planning for the Future’. Your recognition of the necessity and importance of this project displays an understanding of what is essential for the well-being of Manitobans and its economy.

We look forward to working with the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce to advocate and achieve the 3 goals of the affirmed resolution.

These comments originally appeared in relation to a post entitled “2010-2011 Resolution: Promoting The Boyne Valley Water Initiative. Click here to access that post.  

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