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.
PC Party nominates Barbara Judt as candidate in St. John’s - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba - 2016
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Barbara Judt as its candidate in the constituency of St. John’s for the upcoming election in April 2016.Read more
The Selinger NDP government ignored serious concerns expressed by senior civil servants and ordered a purchase of Tiger Dams to proceed without tender, according to a provincial Ombudsman’s report released today. That report examined the $5-million contract that was spearheaded in 2014 by Emergency Measures Minister Steve Ashton for Tiger Dams for the Interlake Reserves Tribal Council.
Manitoba PCs are once again requesting that the Auditor General conduct a comprehensive audit of the Investors Group Field construction project. The cost of the stadium has more than tripled from the $115 million originally announced by the Selinger NDP to a reported $376 million, and will likely continue to soar even higher and result in more money out of the pockets of Manitobans.