Agricultural Hub – Located in the heart of the prairies, we are the agricultural service centre for Manitoba.
Agricultural Research Centre – We are home to many agricultural research centres, including the Soil & Crops branch of Manitoba Agriculture Food & Development, and the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Agriculture & Food Sciences.
Trading Area – Access to a large trade area with many communities within an hour’s drive.
Industrial Parks – Two industrial parks offering a combined 35 acres of industrial property and support services
Retail & Commercial – A strong mix of retail and commercial business.
Safety & Security – Low crime rates and a close-knit community in which to build and grow your business.
Location – Centrally located to many large Manitoba & Northern U.S. communities.
Places to Meet – We have indoor and outdoor private and communal venues for any size gathering.
Chamber of Commerce – A respected voice working in your best interest to build a stronger business economy and flourishing community.
Workforce – A strong local workforce and access to larger populations of workers.
We have extended the Town of Carman Strategic Plan Survey
deadline until TOMORROW MORNING, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. We strongly encourage all residents to take a few minutes to fill out the survey. This is your chance to help guide the future of the community. surveymonkey.com/r/CarmanSurv…
The @CarmanGolfClub 2019 summer tournament season will be teeing off on May 26 with the Ladies Golf for the Cure. There will be a shotgun start a 1 p.m. and a sit-down dinner after the tourney. Call 204-745-2366 for more information about registration or donations. twitter.com/CarmanGolfClub…
Do your part and take your used oil, filters, antifreeze, and containers to Carman Eco Centre (located at the Carman Transfer Station) during the months of June and July and you will receive the opportunity for new oil during the EcoSummer program. Some conditions apply.
EcoSummer is BACK in Carman and every drop of used oil makes a difference! Manitoba residents have done an exceptional job of recycling used motor oil, oil filters, and oil containers, but a single litre of used, unrecycled oil can contaminate a million litres of ground water.