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
The budget has been written. The Selinger NDP just does not want you to see it. The NDP must disclose the information they are hiding from Manitobans by delivering a detailed budget during the current legislative session. Manitobans deserve full access to the budget numbers so they can make an informed choice in the coming election.Read more
The Manitoba Progressive Conservatives are the first party to nominate a full slate of 57 experienced candidates ready to go to work for Manitobans. Marsha Street was named as the candidate for Point Douglas yesterday, completing the Pallister Team.
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Angela Enright as its candidate in the constituency of Flin Flon for the upcoming election in April.Read more
Outreach and community consultation have been a priority for Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister and the PC team. We have listened and it is now time to take our better plan for a better future directly to Manitobans.
January marks the third consecutive month of job losses in Manitoba, according to a Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey released today – 5,300 jobs lost in January alone.
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Blair Yakimoski as its candidate in the constituency of Transcona for the upcoming election in April.Read more
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