The NDP government’s third quarterly financial report revealed that the steady increase in the deficit continues despite $150 million in unexpected revenue.
With spring just around the corner, Manitobans are anxious to know what potential flood dangers await them. Unfortunately, the government’s dysfunction caused by the NDP’s leadership race is raising real concerns as to who will be there to properly manage...
NDP government interference in Manitoba Hydro is pushing the Crown Corporation to the brink of bankruptcy. Recently released quarterly financials show Hydro only posted a profit because of higher rates paid by Manitobans.
Eight weeks into the NDP leadership campaign, the three candidates continue to pay nothing but lip service to housing assistance for Manitoba’s struggling families.
According to the latest survey from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, Manitoba’s already record high levels of unemployment could be pushed even higher.
The New Democratic Party has a history, especially in recent political campaigns, of trying to frighten people. Certainly they have gone out of their way to frighten seniors. They have a history of trying to manipulate seniors.
The NDP government says it has no record of the costs of housing at-risk youth in hotels. That is the response it gave to a FIPPA (Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act) request sent in October of last...
Statistics Canada has revealed that the unemployment rate in Manitoba in January was 6 percent, the highest it’s been in over a decade.
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.
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 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.
Wayne has grown up in the Brokenhead area on a small farm South West of Beausejour. He graduated from Edward Schreyer School in Beausejour, went on to the University of Manitoba and obtained his Bach. Of Education degree, Post Baccalaureate degree in Education and is currently working towards his Masters. Wayne...
Heather Stefanson was first elected to the Manitoba Legislature as the member for Tuxedo in a by-election in 2000. Since then, she has held a number of shadow cabinet portfolios including Advanced Education, Education, Training and Youth, Health, Water Stewardship, Conservation, Aboriginal and Northern Affairs, and Caucus Whip.Heather has been...
Myrna’s path in life is rooted in her strong desire to make a difference. Having served as a nurse, a leader in the area of missing and exploited children, and as an elected Member of the Legislative Assembly in Manitoba, Myrna’s many roles have reflected this calling to help make...