CMU unveils Centre for Environmental and Economic Resilience

April 17, 2018

Canadian Mennonite University has unveiled its $1.7M Centre for Environmental and Economic Resilience. According to a provincial news release, the federal government contributed $745K toward the project, with the Province of Manitoba reportedly chipping in an additional $418K. “This investment will create conditions that are conducive to innovation and long-term growth, which will in turn keep the Canadian economy globally competitive,” stated Doug Eyolfson, MP of Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia—Headingley. The Centre will house incubator facilities to support community-based industry and green initiatives. MB | CMU