Community Consultations Begin for Local Food Initiative

‘Parkland-Made’ Local Food Initiative ‘Harvesting our local good potential through the collaboration of community and business’. From September 19-24th, the Parkland Agriculture Resource Co-op (PARC) formally begun its first round of consultations with a variety of local stakeholders from across the region; including farmers, processors, food-chain businesses, community groups and residents. Local people are interested… Read more »

Grandview Businesses Participate in a Focus Group

The Grandview Main Street Renewal Committee was formed to investigate options to revitalize Main Street by attracting new or encouraging expansion of existing business. The Committee has been planning how to best proceed with the feasibility plan.  Our current strategy is to meet with the various segments of the community separately in order to create… Read more »

Support Announced for the Grandview Main Street Renewal Project

Grandview, August 14, 2014 – A community led committee has been formed to investigate the potential to construct a new multi-business unit strategically within the centre of downtown Grandview. A total of $20,000 in funding has been secured for the project.  Partners in the project include the Province of Manitoba’s Partner 4 Growth program, the… Read more »

Support Announced for the ‘Parkland-Made’ Local Food Initiative

“Harvesting our local food potential though the collaboration of community and business” Grandview, August 14, 2014 – The eight municipalities who are members of the Parkland Agricultural Resource Cooperative Ltd. (PARC) have been awarded funding from the Province of Manitoba’s Partner 4 Growth program and Catalyst Credit Union to identify and explore opportunities for growing… Read more »

Regional Marketing & Investment Strategy Project Moves Forward

Grandview, September 20, 2013 – The eight municipalities who are members of the Parkland Agricultural Resource Cooperative Ltd. (PARC) are one step closer to attracting business and investment to its region. Financial contributions of $24,500 from the Invest Canada-Communities Initiative (ICCI), with the Global Commerce Support program of the Department of Foreign Affairs & International… Read more »