Council received a letter from Allan Roschuk Dormitory Administrator at Frontier Collegiate in Cranberry Portage. He suggested the possibility of implementing a Cranberry Portage shuttle service as well as looking into developing a housing program for their Frontier Collegiate staff and employees in Flin Flon. He notes this program would benefit the economy in Flin Flon and would give Flin Flon residents an opportunity for employment in a neighboring community while residing in Flin Flon. He will attend the next Council meeting to discuss the idea.
Council received a letter from Shylo Rogers regarding the Legion Senior Housing at 229 Green Street. She stated they have used all of the Green space available on their property. The Legion Senior Housing Board suggested working with the city to develop a roofed patio at neighboring Jobin Park. She added promoting community gatherings and allowing for a safe space for their seniors would be their main goal. The letter was referred to Engineering Services.
The City will partner with Tourism Manitoba to create tourism content at a cost of five thousand dollars. They will come up and do videos on attractions around our community with mention of attractions like Camp Whitney that the city can use in promotions letting tourists know what our community has to offer.