A rural town and municipality are planning for a possible commercial corridor with the potential to drive business.
Just outside of Highway 59, Niverville watches traffic—and potential customers drive by the booming town.
“Residential’s grown and the businesses have started to take off in response to that,” Niverville Chamber of Commerce President Amanda Wiens said.
Wiens says in the past year, its membership has grown by 30 per cent, saying there seems to be a lot of opportunities for businesses.
A possible land transfer from the RM of Hanover to the town could mean growth over the next few decades.
“People need to know Niverville is here in order to take that turn and come to our community. So that will just give us kind of that greater exposure going right to 59.”
And that partnership could take that one step further.
“Together with Niverville, we are going to be having a corridor along 59 highway,” Hanover Reeve Jim …