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Highway 224 Petition

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The background to this petition is as follows:

  • Provincial Road number 224 serves Peguis First Nation, Fisher River Cree Nation and surrounding communities. The road is in need of substantial repairs.
  • The road has been in poor condition for years and has numerous potholes, uneven driving surfaces, and extremely narrow shoulders.
  • Due to recent population growth in the area, there has been increased vehicular and pedestrian use of PR 224.
  • Without repair, PR 224 will continue to pose a hazard to the many Manitobans who use it regularly.
  • Concerned Manitobans are requesting that PR 224 be assessed and repaired urgently to improve safety for its users.

We petition the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba as follows:

  • To urge the Minister of Infrastructure to complete an assessment of PR 224 and implement the appropriate repairs using public funds as quickly as possible.


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