A new Progressive Conservative government will simplify infrastructure funding mechanisms, create a single window access to programs, reduce red tape, and establish a new partnership process with municipalities to allow them greater autonomy and the ability to more effectively address local priorities.
A new Progressive Conservative government will cancel the vote tax subsidy for political parties saving taxpayers $2.4 million over the next four years.
A new Progressive Conservative government will implement a four-point shopping smarter plan to ensure fairness and better value for taxpayers from government purchases as part of its Open Government Initiative.
Today, Greg Selinger announced he would not setup a new energy efficiency agency saying Manitobans should fear anyone proposing to do so. But that’s not what he said just a few months ago when Selinger proclaimed immediate action to create a new demand side management agency was a “key initiative” within the NDP Green Plan.
Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister today outlined a 10-point plan for jobs and economic growth as part of the PC Team’s Better Plan for a Better Manitoba.
Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister today outlined his commitment to improved access to investment capital as part of his ten point plan to grow the Manitoba economy.
Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister announced today he will create an advisory team of top business leaders to work with the premier and government to create new jobs and economic growth in the province.
A new Progressive Conservative government will establish an international curling centre of excellence in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This will build on Manitoba’s reputation as the curling capital of the world, enhance our standing as a world leader in the roaring game, and promote the development of high-performance curlers, clubs, coaches and the sport itself in Manitoba.
A new Progressive Conservative government will fast-track the construction of 1,200 personal care home beds to alleviate the health care crisis facing seniors and families caused by the Selinger NDP.
Access to information documents released earlier today show the number of high-income earners living in publicly-subsidized social housing rose in the past two years under the Selinger NDP. Thousands of individuals and families in need are left waiting while the NDP continues to allow those who can afford otherwise to live in Manitoba social housing.