Provincial Water Management Strategy


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Thank you to those who took part in the public survey on EngageMB and shared their views on Manitoba’s Provincial Water Management Strategy. Results of the survey are now available: What We Heard Report

Engaging Manitobans on Water Management:
The last provincial water management strategy for Manitoba was completed in 2003. Much has changed over the last 20 years and a new water strategy will ensure effective and sustainable management of our water resources. A made-in-Manitoba, comprehensive water management strategy is needed to set out the path forward, outlining our goals and how we intend to meet them. Engagement with Manitobans, provincial, local and federal governments, Indigenous communities and organizations, industry, and other agencies will support development of the strategy.


Where are we today?

The Minister of Environment, Climate and Parks is leading the development of a Provincial Water Management Strategy. This strategy will include focus on conservation of wetlands, enhancing resiliency, improving water quality, managing nutrients, protecting biodiversity and sustaining economic development.

Where are we going?

With the Expert Advisory Council’s advice in hand, we have begun developing our Provincial Water Management Strategy. Feedback from all Manitobans is integral to building a strategy that works for all. Please review the Water Strategy Framework and watch the video below for further details about the strategy development and water management in Manitoba.



NEW

Thank you to those who took part in the public survey on EngageMB and shared their views on Manitoba’s Provincial Water Management Strategy. Results of the survey are now available: What We Heard Report

Engaging Manitobans on Water Management:
The last provincial water management strategy for Manitoba was completed in 2003. Much has changed over the last 20 years and a new water strategy will ensure effective and sustainable management of our water resources. A made-in-Manitoba, comprehensive water management strategy is needed to set out the path forward, outlining our goals and how we intend to meet them. Engagement with Manitobans, provincial, local and federal governments, Indigenous communities and organizations, industry, and other agencies will support development of the strategy.


Where are we today?

The Minister of Environment, Climate and Parks is leading the development of a Provincial Water Management Strategy. This strategy will include focus on conservation of wetlands, enhancing resiliency, improving water quality, managing nutrients, protecting biodiversity and sustaining economic development.

Where are we going?

With the Expert Advisory Council’s advice in hand, we have begun developing our Provincial Water Management Strategy. Feedback from all Manitobans is integral to building a strategy that works for all. Please review the Water Strategy Framework and watch the video below for further details about the strategy development and water management in Manitoba.