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Today's NDP: Broken Trust. Broken Government.

Greg Selinger's NDP government promised not to raise the PST in the last election. Immediately after winning that election, not only did they raise the PST, they took away the right of Manitobans to vote on it!

They have repeatedly broken their promises to balance the books. They have doubled the debt of our province in just eight years and overseen the first downgrade in Manitoba’s credit rating in three decades.

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Outreach and community consultation have been a priority for Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister and the PC team. We have listened and it is now time to take our better plan for a better future directly to Manitobans.

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January marks the third consecutive month of job losses in Manitoba, according to a Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey released today – 5,300 jobs lost in January alone.

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In the first sitting of the legislature a new PC government will introduce legislation to repeal the per-vote subsidy known as the “vote tax.” The legislation would be made effective for any payments applied for or received in 2016.

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The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Blair Yakimoski as its candidate in the constituency of Transcona for the upcoming election in April.

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Brian Pallister

Brian Pallister

Brian has lived and breathed Manitoba since the day he was born in 1954. The eldest son of Bill and Anne Pallister, Brian grew up on a small, third-generation family farm just outside Portage la Prairie.

That upbringing, with loving parents and soon, a brother Jim and sister Peggy, shaped his outlook on being a person and what it meant to be a Manitoban.

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