Morden has benefited from the Canada-Manitoba Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund.

The town, along with the Federal and Provincial Governments, have each pitched in $600,000 for the creation of a secondary hydraulic lagoon cell.


Mayor Doug Wilson says they had applied for $2,300,000, and are pleased with the support received.


He says the total cost of the project should run between $2,000,000 - 3,000,000.


The town will take out a debenture for fifteen years to cover the remaining cost.


Wilson says this new cell will provide extra capacity to deal with the growing population.