Province’s parks not for sale: critic

Manitoba

Travel Manitoba is hiring outside help to come up with a list of the province’s most profitable parks and which assets could be unloaded — a move that will open the door to privatizing parts of the park system, a critic says.

Plan to study ‘business case’ raises a red flag: Lamont

Travel Manitoba issued a request for proposals last week seeking a consultant to develop a ‘business case for a new Manitoba Provincial Parks’ organizational model.’ (Mostovyi Sergii I/Shutterstock)

Travel Manitoba is hiring outside help to come up with a list of the province’s most profitable parks and which assets could be unloaded — a move that will open the door to privatizing parts of the park system, a critic says.

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