Health Practitioner Recruitment and Retention

More than 90 per cent of Manitoba municipalities have doctor shortages while nearly 95 per cent must allocate financial resources to recruit and retain health practitioners.

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Infrastructure

The need to renew, repair and replace aging infrastructure has a significant impact on municipalities and the quality of life for their residents.

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Alternate Revenues

Municipalities receive only 8 cents from every tax dollar collected. The other 92 cents go to federal, provincial and territorial governments.

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Economic Development

Investments in economic development help our communities thrive and benefit from regional strengths.

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Policing

Community safety and crime prevention are among the top priorities of Manitoba communities, the costs of fighting crime are rising and quickly becoming increasingly unsustainable.

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Flood Mitigation, Drainage and Water Management

Unprecedented flooding in recent years has highlighted the need for investments in flood mitigation.

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Cell Service and Broadband Internet Access

Currently, Manitobans experience the second-slowest internet speeds in Canada.

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Affordable Housing

Many Manitoba communities are experiencing strong economic growth.

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Other Issues

Each year the AMM meets with the Premier and Cabinet to discuss the top issues facing municipalities in our province.

The AMM also submits a budget submission to both the federal and provincial governments each year.

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