Manitoba remains strong and stable with growing businesses and a good quality of life. A steady growing economy, more training opportunities and good jobs help build an even brighter future for Manitoba families.
Education and Advanced Learning Minister Peter Bjornson announced the Manitoba government is creating new child-care spaces at Harrow School, and introducing new legislation that would protect early learning and child-care centres in schools.READ MORE
Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief (right), takes the driver’s seat in new electric bus, now part of Winnipeg Transit fleet. A new electric bus charging station was also unveiled at the Winnipeg Richardson International Airport. Right to Left: Minister Chief; Lawrence Toet, MP for Elmwood-Transcona; Mayor Brian Bowman; Barry Rempel, president & CEO, Winnipeg Airports Authority.
Healthy Living and Seniors Minister Deanne Crothers and Health Minister Sharon Blady announce a new initiative to better support patients suspected of having cancer.READ MORE
Premier Greg Selinger announced today Manitoba will be the first province in Western Canada to eliminate interest on provincial student loans. He was joined by (l to r) Canadian Federation of Students Manitoba Chairperson Zach Fleisher, University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) Status of Women Co-Director Emily Epp, MLA Rob Altemeyer, UWSA President Rorie Mcleod Arnould, Education and Advanced Learning Minister Peter Bjornson and University of Winnipeg President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Annette Trimbee.READ MORE
Premier Greg Selinger, Morris Mayor Gavin van der Linde and Reeve Ralph Groening announced the Manitoba government will raise two bridges and sections of PTH 75 near Morris to help keep this critical commercial route to the U.S. open during major floods. READ MORE