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"With your support, a change for the better is coming"
- Brian Pallister, Leader PC Party of Manitoba

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Scheduled ER appointments adding to ER crisis

Winnipeg hospital emergency rooms are becoming increasingly clogged by patients scheduled for regular appointments, and the statistics are alarming. Freedom-of-information requests show the number of patients scheduled for regular appointments at Winnipeg ERs in the 2014-15 fiscal year was 16,479...

PC Party Welcomes More Candidates

The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce the nominations of two more candidates for the next general election – Colleen Mayer in St. Vital and Kelly Bindle in Thompson.

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The policy process is intended to be inclusive in its approach both in respect to the ideas considered and who is engaged to bring them forward. The initial set of policy areas and related targets are introduced to begin a broad and inclusive conversation.

Stand Up Manitoba

The average Manitoba family of four will pay $1600 in additional PST going forward. Greg Selinger promised repeatedly in the 2011 election that he would not raise taxes. The Balanced Budget law requires a referendum on any major tax increase.

Brian Pallister

Leader PC Party of Manitoba

Brian was born in 1954. He was the eldest of Bill and Anne Pallister’s three children and was raised on a third generation family farm southwest of Portage la Prairie.

He spent his formative years in a one-room school and went on to attend high school at Portage Collegiate, where Brian enjoyed sports and music. Upon graduation, Brian put himself through University obtaining Bachelor’s Degrees in Arts and Education while playing college basketball for the Brandon University Bobcats.

In 1980 Brian began his career as a financial consultant and started Pallister Financial. The company has now enjoyed over 30 years in business. While he worked to build a reputation in business he continued to pursue his interests as both a fastball player and a competitive curler.

Brian returned to politics because he has a vision for Manitoba. He sees a province where our children have real opportunities for the kind of life we imagine for them.

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