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.
Manitoba Announces The Pas Byelection Set for April 21READ MORE
Student Jasmine Carson-Geyer fires up a welding torch in a demonstration for Education Minister Peter Bjornson and MLA Dave Gaudreau. The minister announced today a campus expansion at Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology that will include a new welding shop, thanks to a $4-million investment by the Manitoba government.READ MORE
Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief announces a $200,000 investment in Futurpreneur Canada, a program that supports entrepreneurs aged 18 to 39, alongside Municipal Government Minister Drew Caldwell. The funding will help stimulate entrepreneurship in rural and northern Manitoba and be used to develop web-based training for skilled tradespeople.READ MORE
Ron Lemieux, Minister of Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport and Consumer Protection and Melanie Wight, Minister of Children and Youth Opportunities join World Junior Curling champs, and Canada Winter Games gold medal athletes in curling and ringette at Year of Sport announcement.READ MORE
Premier Greg Selinger today announced that a new QuickCare clinic will be built in Seven Oaks, to provide better care for families and develop a sustainable health-care system as part of the plan to ensure all Manitobans who want a family doctor or a nurse practitioner have access to one by the end of the year. The Premier is seen here with Health Minister Sharon Blady (center) and Frankie Scribe, Manager, Quickcare Clinics, WRHA.READ MORE