Progressive Conservative Caucus remits salary increase - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba - 2017
PC MLAs lead by example, deliver on commitment to voluntarily freeze their wagesRead more
Our Manitoba government is taking action to ensure the sustainability of our province’s financial future, with a commitment to restoring prudent fiscal management following the decade of debt under the tax and spend NDP.
Progressive Conservatives set Nomination Date for Point Douglas Candidate to be chosen by Members at April 27th Meeting - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba - 2017
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce that nominations have closed for the constituency of Point Douglas and that a contested nomination meeting to choose the Progressive Conservative candidate for the Point Douglas by-election will take place on Thursday April 27th.
Progressive Conservative Caucus takes voluntary wage freeze - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba - 2016
PC MLAs will remit all salary increases until next election
Following their caucus meeting today, Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative MLAs have announced they will voluntarily freeze their wages for the duration of the current term.
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce that our party’s nomination process is now officially open for the constituency of Point Douglas.
Our PC Government and Roquette have announced a historic investment in the province’s food-processing industry. A new, $400-million pea-processing facility near Portage la Prairie will be built!
Our government is launching public consultations to hear ideas and suggestions from Manitobans on the CPP.
Our new PC Government has concluded its first session since being elected in April. And it has been a busy one!
During the recent election, we promised that we would do more to help Manitoba’s most vulnerable, who suffered for far too long at the hands of the NDP.
For years, union members told us that they wanted the right to a secret ballot. Recent surveys have shown that mandatory secret ballot votes are supported by a large majority of Manitobans.