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Pallister Approval Rating Falls In Manitoba

Posted: March 24th at 2:00pm Featured, NEWS, POLITICS, manitoba
WINNIPEG, MB - According to the Angus Reid Institute, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister's approval rating has fallen from 50% to 45% since last quarter. Despite the decline, Pallister remains the…

Manitoba Government Reviews Art & Culture

Posted: March 23rd at 7:00pm Featured, NEWS, POLITICS
WINNIPEG, MB. — Manitoba's government has announced plans to launch a detailed cultural review that will generate a more complete picture of the role culture plays in the province's unique…

Manitoba Government to Help United Way Winnipeg Campaign

Posted: March 23rd at 12:00pm Featured, NEWS, POLITICS, manitoba
WINNIPEG, MB - The Manitoba government will match donations to the United Way Winnipeg’s For Every Family initiative in support of 24 neighbourhood family centres, Education and Training Minister Ian Wishart announced.…

Manitoba Premier to Bike for Selkirk Treaty

Posted: March 23rd at 9:00am Featured, NEWS, POLITICS, manitoba, interlake
WINNIPEG, MB. - In recognition of the 200th anniversary of the signing of the Selkirk Treaty, Premier Brian Pallister announced he will complete a trip by bicycle between the original…

Manitoba 3rd Quarter Financial Report

Posted: March 23rd at 8:30am Featured, NEWS, POLITICS, manitoba
WINNIPEG, MB - Manitoba Finance Minister Cameron Friesen released the province's third-quarter report for the 2016-17 fiscal year, pointing to increased projections of debt servicing costs as a source of concern for…

Canada Budget 2017 Highlights

Posted: March 22nd at 6:30pm National, Featured, NEWS, POLITICS
WINNIPEG, MB - The 2017 federal budget will impact all Canadians. Here are some of the highlights. Note: Much of the funding discussed in the budget has already been announced…

Top Manitoba Civil Servant Retires

Posted: March 22nd at 4:30pm Featured, NEWS, POLITICS, manitoba
WINNIPEG, MB - Donna Miller, clerk of the executive council and cabinet secretary is retiring. She served as the highest-ranking civil servant in Manitoba. “Donna has been a dedicated advocate…

Taxpayers’ Federation Skeptical

Posted: March 22nd at 8:00am Featured, NEWS, POLITICS
WINNIPEG, MB. - Now that we know a bit more about how the Pallister Government plans on tackling Manitoba's billion dollar deficit, I thought I'd check with the Canadian Taxpayers'…

Winnipeg Police Seek Interest Arbitration With City

Posted: March 21st at 5:30pm Featured, JUSTICE, NEWS, POLITICS, manitoba, Winnipeg
WINNIPEG, MB. — Winnipeg Police Association President Maurice Sabourin issued the following statement about their application for interest arbitration. Sabourin also corrected the public record regarding collective bargaining with the…

Manitoba Students Not Happy!

Posted: March 21st at 1:00pm Featured, NEWS, EDUCATION, POLITICS
WINNIPEG, MB. - Manitoba students don't like this at all. In fact, they're already protesting the fact their tuition is about to get more expensive. The Pallister Government is eliminating…
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