The Manitoba government was awarded the top grade in Canada in an annual evaluation by the Canadian Federation for Independent Business (CFIB), which assesses all provinces and territories on leadership and accountability in cutting red tape, Deputy Premier Heather Stefanson announced.
Manitoba farmers will continue to benefit from expanded, comprehensive coverage through AgriInsurance in the upcoming year, Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay and Manitoba Agriculture Minister Ralph Eichler announced.
A northern steering committee has been established to help co-ordinate and oversee the next steps and implementation of the Look North Report and Action Plan for Manitoba’s Northern Economy, Municipal Relations Minister Jeff Wharton announced in Flin Flon at a meeting with community and local business leaders.
Our PC Government is making a contribution valued at up to $20 million to provide increased broadband connection to First Nations, rural and northern Manitoba communities, Premier Brian Pallister announced today. This is Manitoba’s contribution to a $63-million project to bring high-speed Internet to 72 rural and remote communities in the province.