Manitoba remains strong and stable with growing businesses and a good quality of life. A steady growing economy, more training opportunities and good jobs help build an even brighter future for Manitoba families.
Fisaha Unduche (L) and Steve Topping (R) of the provincial Hydrologic Forecasting centre discuss the February flood outlook.READ MORE
Minister of Education and Advanced Learning Peter Bjornson at the launch of Project 11, an education plan that promotes positive mental health awareness for youth in Manitoba. Project 11 was launched by the Winnipeg Jets True North Foundation in Winnipeg, in memory of former National Hockey League player Rick Rypien.
Education and Advanced Learning Minister Peter Bjornson joined staff and students at Lord Nelson School to turn sod on a new gym and classrooms project. Also pictured are (l to r) parent Kim Storer, Children and Youth Opportunities Minister Melanie Wight, Principal Sandy Stevenson and Winnipeg School Division Board Vice-Chair Cathy Collins. READ MORE
Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Gord Mackintosh, Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Minister Eric Robinson and OCN Chief Michael Constant signed a 20-year joint land-use management agreement on Wednesday, Feb. 18, to ensure natural resource management in OCN’s traditional territory will continue to be a co-operative effort.
Premier Greg Selinger and Trappers Festival Chair Jennifer Cook celebrate a victory in a log-sawing competition that kicked off the popular annual festival on Wednesday, Feb. 18. The pair handily defeated OCN Chief Michael Constant and The Pas Mayor Jim Scott.