MHCA acknowledges it is located on Treaty One land and the homeland of the Metis Nation



Municipalities host roughly 50-60% of Canada’s core infrastructure but are forced to maintain those critical assets through a turn-of-the-century funding model. We need a new funding model, for modern, competitive local governments. Read MHCA’s Elements of a Municipal Core Infrastructure Investment Policy – 2019

2020 Infrastructure Plan – read report

City of Winnipeg State of Infrastructure Report 2018 – read report

City Asset Management Plan 2018 – read report

City of Winnipeg Strategic Infrastructure Reinvestment Policy – read report

Road Construction Working Group – One Year Progress – read report

Road Construction Working Group – read report

1998 Strategic Infrastructure-Reinvestment Policy Report Recommendations – read report


INLAND PORT – February 3, 2022 update – Read report or watch Centreport’s CEO Diane Grey’s presentation at MHCA Webinar with the Leaders February 3, 2022 here.

Transportation Driving Growth Report – Read report


Core infrastructure provides the foundation supporting all our social infrastructure programs and critical services. Read MHCA’s Elements of a Provincial Highways Trade Infrastructure Policy – 2019

Conference Board of Canada’s estimate of return on investment from Manitoba’s 2014-15 expenditures in transportation infrastructure – Read report

Conference Board of Canada MB Infra Impact 2014 –Read report

New relationships: a new order. A balanced approach to funding municipal infrastructure in Manitoba. Report of the Infrastructure Funding Council 2011 – read report


From Shovel Ready to Shovel Worthy – Canada West Foundation – Executive summary – Read report

From Shovel Ready to Shovel Worthy – Canada West Foundation – Read report

EDC: Western Canada Trade Gateway & Corridor Initiative (WCTG&CI) – read report

L’Initiative de la Porte et du Corridor de l’Ouest canadien – read report

Western Canada Trade Gateway & Corridor Initiative (WCTG&CI) – read report

Public Infrastructure Underinvestment:  The Risk to Canada’s Economic Growth – read report

Building a bridge to trade opportunities – CWF – read report

The Infrastructure that matters most: The need for investment in Canada’s trade infrastructure – read report

Unleashing Productivity Through Infrastructure, Advisory Council on Economic Growth – read report

A better future for Canadians-Report and recommendations, Business Council of Canada – read report

Pathways: Connecting Canada’s transportation system to the world – read report

Strength, resilience, sustainability – Canada’s construction sector recommendations
on adapting to climate change – read report

Canada West Foundation’s comprehensive infrastructure report 2013 – read report in English or French

Canada’s Economic Action Plan – Job Impact of the Economic Action Plan, 2011; Page 147. Read report.

From the Ground Up: The role of local governments in building Canada’s economic infrastructure network – read report

Beyond Shovel Ready: Brookings Report July 2014 – read report

Canadian Infrastructure Report Card 2019 – read report