Community Development 

Core Values 

Empowerment: Working together with members of the community, organizations, and businesses to achieve common goals and create a positive change by ensuring that all voices are heard, respecting diversity, and promoting inclusion. As well as empowering individuals and communities to participate and advocate for positive change.

Transparency: Operating with honesty, integrity, and accountability in all interactions, communications and decision making. Respecting the rights and perspectives of all individuals, communities, and businesses.

Innovation: Embracing creativity, adaptability, fresh ideas, and approaches. Encouraging active participation, feedback, and collaboration from community members and business owners in planning and implementing. Strengthening the skills, resources, and leadership within the community. 

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Economic Base
Agriculture and tourism combine to give Killarney and the surrounding area a stable economic base. The town serves as a business and trading centre, for a large area and a growing number of people. ManyWheat Field Summer Royalty Free Photo businesses on the edge of town provide sales of seed, inputs, and equipment to the local farming community. A host of agricultural-related services are also available in and around town. With its close proximity to Killarney Lake and other vacation destinations in southwestern Manitoba, the town also has a strong base in the tourism sector. Many of the properties on Killarney Lake are seasonal cottages and weekend retreats for the people of Brandon and other local centres. Motels and restaurants in town provide food and lodging to the many visitors who come to the area each year.

Killarney has been voted the best retirement town in Canada by Canadian Living Magazine. The town works hard to maintain this reputation and the business community in Killarney provides the most essential goods and services to local residents.

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Major Attractions
The Lakeside Golf Course is one of the biggest attractions in Killarney. The course was first built in 1920 by a group of local businessmen. Grass greens were installed in 1965 and over the years, many other upgrades have been performed including a new clubhouse with complete dining, lounge, and banquet facilities. Nine extra holes were constructed in 1994, bringing the course to 18.
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The Killarney Shoppers Mall, a 50,000 square foot indoor shopping facility, is one of the few indoor malls in rural Manitoba. The mall houses many shops and businesses and provides a comfortable walking place for exercise during the cold winter months.

The Shamrock Sports Park, formerly the Agricultural Grounds, was originally an experimental station from 1915 to 1946. The park is the home the Heritage House, several baseball diamonds, the fair barns, and The Little Irish Downs.

The town boasts many other cultural and recreational activities and events throughout the year. Killarney also has several organized sports and recreational programs for all ages. From minor sports like hockey, soccer, and baseball, to senior's programs and clubs, there is something in Killarney for everyone. Check out the Shamrock Centre online for the latest information on sports, recreational programs, and other organized activities -

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