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.
Premier Greg Selinger announced construction is underway for a new QuickCare clinic at 115 Vermillion Rd. to offer better access and expand the range of health-care services in the community. He was joined by MLA Erin Selby, Health Minister Sharon Blady, WRHA Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer Lori Lamont, and community member Christine Machiraju.READ MORE
Jobs and stimulating growth are the priority for Finance Minister Dewar for Budget 2015.
Premier Greg Selinger breaks ground on a new school in northwest Winnipeg, with dignitaries, families and members of the community. École Rivière Rouge School will provide more French immersion opportunities and new child-care spaces in Riverbend and surrounding areas.READ MORE
Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief announces an investment in three cutting-edge initiatives that will advance Manitoba as a national and international leader in health research. The announcement recognized Research Manitoba's first grant recipients.READ MORE
Minister of Conservation and Water Stewardship Gord Mackintosh announces provincial support for mattress recycling project with (left to right) Jolene Bergen, Dufresne Furniture, Stan Kruse and Darryl Bruce of Mother Earth Recycling and MLA Rob Altemeyer.READ MORE