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5 tips for improving your business pipeline and bottom line

Highly profitable businesses are agile. They devote time to researching new bids and pruning their pipeline to maximize their win rate. Their bid staff keep a challenging workload, yet they have enough time to focus on each bid. Does this sound like a wishful thinking?...

source: By Brenda Crist
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The province is one step closer to building a new bridge over the Red River Floodway on Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 59. Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler announced at a recent news conference that the Manitoba government is...

source: CTV News

The City of Winnipeg may be close to having the funding pieces in place for massive upgrades to its North End sewage treatment plant. A report to the city's executive policy committee (EPC) recommends requesting a transfer of $321.24...

source: CBC News

The community of Mitchell now has a lot more walking paths. According to the Rural Municipality of Hanover, they have constructed and reconditioned about 1.5 kilometres worth of pathways this year. This is a joint effort between Ward 2 of the Rural Municipality of Hanover...

source: Steinbach Online

The Government of Canada has withdrawn $55 million in funding that was allocated to help create an Indigenous-owned and operated high-speed fibre optic network in Manitoba’s north. According to a Sept. 18 news release from...

source: CTV News

Demand for ready to move homes is pretty high right now and an Altona company has found a lot of success tapping into that market. SK2 Building Solutions constructs homes for markets in Southeastern Saskatchewan, Manitoba and North Dakota, with the largest demand for their...

source: Pembina Valley Online

As the Manitoba legislative assembly prepares to sit in October for the first time since April, Keystone Agricultural Producers (KAP) representatives are concerned about what the future holds for Bill 44 and for rural Manitoba. Section 39.6 (1) of Bill 44, the Public Utilities...



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