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Neepawa Banner (Newspaper) - July 3, 2015, Neepawa, ManitobaBy Eoin Devereux the Neepawa Banner Friday july 3, 2015 vol.26 no.36 Neepawa Manitoba locally owned and operated combat r Neepawa Maze group Neepawa open new Neepawa locations Section b free within coverage area 51 main Street East 204-476-5653 limited time offer 1 medium 2 Topping pizza plus 6 pieces of tasty Chicken $26.99 Ofer expires july 15th too hot too wet to o dry too tired to Cook Only Neepawa 204-476-2333hardw hardware and buil ing materials come see us for a free estimate photos by John Drinkwater on june 24, the popular Teddy Bear picnic returned to Riverbend Park in Neepawa. Above local Ems personnel patched up Teddy bears in attendance. Right children and parents enjoyed the obstacle race set up at the Park. The Day the Teddy bears have their picnic Neepawa and area is getting serious about attracting new business and tourism dollars to the Region. Officials from several local municipalities gathered on monday june. 30, at the Nee Pawa Public Library for a presentation from the regional economic analysis process. The reap project is a provincial Enterprise established to help Rural communities identify economic development priorities and assist them in pursuing those priorities. Ruth mealy a representative with the value added and Rural economic advancement Branch of Manitoba agriculture food and Rural develop ment chaired the meeting in Neepawa. She said the reap initiative has already been adapted in Many other parts of the province. Weave been doing this work for the last couple of years where there Are groups of communities that want to work together. Dauphin Russell Swan River Are some of the communities along with their surrounding regions to previously participate in the program to identify regional marketing said mealy. So what we have done is an analysis to help the Region. Figure out some of the demographics business data labour and the existing Industry strengths in the Region and then help too figure out the strategies and actions that they want to go Forward with. The regional economic analysis process includes five Steps preparing a report on the Region presenting it to local organizations and its partners receiving feedback from the stakeholders creating an action plan and then taking action. Tuesdays session was step two and three in the process and explained to Community leaders what the regional economic strengths and weaknesses appear to be for the future. The sectors of comparative strength for the area Are Public administration manufacturing and agriculture while there Are notable gaps in the tourism Industry. It was also pointed out that there might be potential business opportunities for More building and contracting companies retail clothing sales and re Parks in the area. Neepawa mayor Adrian de groot said these discussions should prove to be very helpful in planning for the future. Continued on Page 2 economic action discussed for Neepawa and area reduced 915 soft 3 bpm 2 Bath family Home with fully finished basement located 2 blocks from downtown Minnedosa. Recently updated. Newer cabinets appliances counter top backslash & Loor ing. Newer he Gas Furnace hot 14, air hrs shingles 14, deck All on oversized private Yard. Mls#1501393 $214,900 $208,000. Prairie Mountain Gwen usic broker realtor re Max Prairie mountain204-867-4657gwenu@remax.net

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