The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Alan Lagimodiere has been acclaimed as its candidate in the constituency of Selkirk for the upcoming election in April.Read more
New evidence shows the Selinger NDP used flood protection as a cover to direct millions of dollars in untendered contracts for security services to a select few insiders. The Tiger Dams scandal may only be the beginning.Read more
Pallister asks for Nellie McClung to be honoured on banknote - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba - 2016
Manitoba Opposition Leader Brian Pallister has written to the Governor of the Bank of Canada to advocate for having Nellie McClung’s picture on a banknote in recognition of her historic success in getting the right to vote for most women in this province.Read more
Under the Selinger NDP, Manitobans can expect a credit rating downgrade, more tax hikes and funding diverted from front-line services to pay for growing debt.
Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister outlined his plan for guaranteed strategic infrastructure investment during his address to the Manitoba Heavy Construction Association and the Manitoba Home Builders’ Association today.Read more
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Andrew Frank as its candidate in the constituency of Concordia for the upcoming election in April.Read more
Progressive Conservative conservation critic and MLA for Morris, Shannon Martin, today called upon the Selinger NDP to disclose how much money it has diverted from real action on conservation and the green economy to fund an NDP pre-election advertising campaign.Read more
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Steven Fletcher as its candidate in the constituency of Assiniboia for the upcoming election in April 2016.Read more
Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister would restore public trust in government through a new “Open Government Initiative” with 18 specific action items aimed at ensuring accountability, transparency and genuine, ethical leadership.Read more
Unemployment in Manitoba has skyrocketed by 13.7 per cent since Greg Selinger became NDP premier in 2009, according to figures released today by Statistics Canada. That rise in the number of unemployed workers is the largest such increase of all 10 provinces during that period.