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.
Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister is calling for the release of an overdue audit of Manitoba Hydro management of the Keeyask project in northern Manitoba.
Manitoba’s Progressive Conservatives are calling for a national referendum before any changes are made to the current first-past-the-post system of electing Canadian federal governments. A vote will be held this afternoon in the legislature on the issue as part of a PC Opposition Day.
The Progressive Conservatives are giving the Selinger NDP government one more day to deliver the complete, detailed budget it’s hiding from Manitobans before the spring election. The fiscal update the NDP is planning to release today is an attempt to cover up the true state of the province’s finances before voters go to the polls in April.Read more
PC candidate Audrey Gordon response to Jamie Hall, Wab Kinew issue - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba - 2016
Offensive and hateful comments like those made by former Liberal candidate Jamie Hall (Southdale) and current NDP candidate Wab Kinew (Fort Rouge), devalue and degrade women and have no place in 2016 in rap music, literature or politics.
A Progressive Conservative government will work in partnership with indigenous people, non-indigenous people and other stakeholders to put an end to spotlight hunting for all Manitobans.Read more
The Selinger NDP government’s approach to Manitoba Hydro is reckless and dangerous. It guarantees a focus not on conservation or energy efficiency, but on increasing rates at home while selling power at a loss to Manitoba’s competitors in the U.S. The focus should be on protecting Manitobans.
The Progressive Conservatives have requested and the Commissioner of Elections has launched an investigation into allegations Manitoba Hydro contracts were offered in exchange for support for Premier Greg Selinger.Read more