The Progressive Conservatives are the only party committed to lowering taxes for all Manitobans. With our better plan for a better Manitoba, we have provided a detailed and costed platform that will deliver lower taxes to build a stronger economy for all Manitobans.
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba released its complete platform for the April 19th election today, called a Better Plan for a Better Manitoba. It is the only party to do so.
It’s time to get Manitoba back on track. After 17 years of paying more and getting less, our province needs a change for the better.
A new Progressive Conservative government will introduce the Protecting Children Act making it easier to share information between government departments, child and family service authorities, community service providers and law enforcement agencies when dealing with victimized and at-risk children.
A new Progressive Conservative government will take immediate steps to improve access to child care and begin addressing the wait list for child care spaces in Manitoba. Our plan includes increased system-wide supports so Manitobans can choose the type of child care that best meets their needs.
New evidence suggests Premier Greg Selinger has again misled Manitobans and possibly provided false information in the investigation into the ordering of an untendered contract involving flood control equipment for the Interlake Reserves Tribal Council (IRTC) dating back to 2014.
A new Progressive Conservative government will champion Travel Manitoba’s Plan 96/4 to significantly increase tourism investment and share all the “bucket list” tourism experiences our province has to offer.
The Progressive Conservative Party is inviting all Manitobans – regardless of political stripe – to cast a vote for Nellie McClung before April 15th, to be featured on a new bank note in 2018.
A new Progressive Conservative government will bring Manitoba into the New West Partnership Trade Agreement with Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia.
A new Progressive Conservative government will eliminate inflationary bracket creep in its first full budget year, while beginning to raise the basic personal exemption, giving Manitoba taxpayers a permanent tax break that keeps up with the cost of living.