NDP Waste Means Less Job Creation - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

Recently the C.D. Howe Institute released their 2014 Business Tax Burden Ranking that finds businesses in Winnipeg face the heaviest tax burden in Western Canada.

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Time for NDP to Pull Plug on Self - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

The people of Manitoba, and only the people of Manitoba should have a say in who their premier is. This is what has been missing from the debate over whether the current premier is capable of leading this province.

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Time to Pull the Plug on Bipole III - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

Before the last election the NDP proposed a transmission line called Bipole III at a cost of $1.1 billion. Now that cost has jumped to $4.6 billion and continues to climb. Manitobans are the owners of Manitoba Hydro and it’s time they had a say in the future of their most important crown corporation. They need to have a say on a transmission line to a dam that may never be built.

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Statement from PC Leader on Civic Election - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

I would like to congratulate all those who were victorious in their bids to lead their municipal governments. That, of course, includes all the mayors, reeves, heads-of-council as well as councilors and school board trustees.

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Statement from PC Leader on Importance of Voting - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

On Wednesday, October 22 you will have a chance to exercise your democratic rights and help select your municipal government. It’s a chance to decide what mayor, reeve council and school trustees will lead your community for the next four years.

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Mitchelson Won’t Seek Re-Election - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

Manitoba’s longest-serving female MLA, Bonnie Mitchelson, today announced she will be starting a new chapter in her life and will not seek re-election. When her term expires she will have served in the Manitoba Legislature for 30 years.

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Pallister Supports Female Athlete - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

PC Leader Brian Pallister donated $1,600 to a student athlete at Brandon University earlier this month. The donation is part of a legacy of donations to women’s sport Pallister has been committed to for several years. The first every ‘Pallister Women’s Athletic Award’ was presented to Bobcats basketball player Stephanie Hunter.

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Infant Loss Awareness Day 2014 - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

Losing a child is a parent’s worst nightmare. On October 15th, Manitobans will mark Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. It’s a chance to show our support for families who have endured the loss of a child before they can truly know them.

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PC MLA Schuler Returns to Ukraine as Observer - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

Progressive Conservative Tourism, Culture and Heritage Critic Ron Schuler has been chosen to represent Canada as an Election Observer in Ukraine. He will depart on October 18 for the upcoming Ukrainian Parliamentary Elections. This is the second election in Ukraine that Schuler will take part in on behalf of Canada.

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Better Mental Health Care Needed - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

Raising awareness and promoting support for mental health issues is the goal of World Mental Health Day, observed annually on October 10. Today, people across the world are considering needs for support and services and finding ways to meet them.

 

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