The NDP’s infrastructure pledge is nothing more than re-announcing old failed promises to Manitobans. For years the Selinger NDP has made infrastructure promises they just don’t keep:
A new Progressive Conservative government will make it a top priority to build the flood protection necessary to keep Manitobans and their communities safe, beginning with the outlet needed to alleviate flooding around Lake Manitoba.
A new Progressive Conservative government will take urgent steps to recruit and retain more doctors for Manitobans to improve health care.
The Tiger Dam whistleblower wrote to NDP Leader Greg Selinger, appealing to him “to call in the RCMP to conduct an independent investigation.” Selinger ignored the request.
A new Progressive Conservative government will act urgently to improve wait times for Manitobans seeking emergency medical care and priority procedures.
A new Progressive Conservative government will make economic development and jobs a priority in northern Manitoba as part of its Better Plan for a Better Manitoba.
A Progressive Conservative government will reduce ambulance fees by half beginning in their first year in office, to bring them more in line with the rest of Canada. Manitoba has the highest ambulance fees in the country.
A new Progressive Conservative government will not hike major income, business, and retail taxes without giving Manitobans the right to vote on it, PC Leader Brian Pallister said today.
A new Progressive Conservative government will roll back the provincial sales tax rate to seven per cent during its first term, allowing Manitoba families to keep more of their hard-earned money, said PC Leader Brian Pallister.
The Progressive Conservative Party under leader Brian Pallister officially kicked off the spring election campaign today, promising genuine change based on shared Manitoba values.