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Manitoba: Province announces rent increase guidline

CanadianPress - September 4, 2002

WINNIPEG -- The Manitoba government has announced next year's rent increase guideline will be set at one per cent.

It takes effect January 1st.

Under provincial law, tenants must be given three-months notice prior to the effective date of an increase.

In most circumstances, rents can only be raised once a year.

The guideline applies to rented apartments, single rooms, houses and duplexes.

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