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.
A procession of officers and government officials escort Premier Greg Selinger and Lt.-Gov. Philip Lee into the house for a new legislative session starting today with a throne speech that plans for infrastructure investments and creating more opportunities for young people.READ MORE
Kerri Irvin-Ross, Minister of Family Services (second from left) met with numerous stakeholders at Marymound in Winnipeg, where the Minister announced the Manitoba government has launched a major update of its programs for children in crisis to improve care, reduce reliance on hotels as emergency shelters and redirect funds to key support services. READ MORE
Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief announcing new funding for Startup Winnipeg and the launch of the TechFutures program. (L to R) are: Dave Angus, President and CEO, Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce; Minister Chief; Michael Legary, Chair of Startup Winnipeg; Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman.READ MORE
Steve Ashton, Manitoba Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation, the Hon. Steven Fletcher, MP for Charleswood-St-James-Assiniboia and John Mauseth, deputy mayor of the R.M. of Headingley announce completion of improvements to the Trans-Canada Highway west near Headingley. The work along PTH 1 included safety improvements such as separating the east and west-bound lanes as well as intersection improvements.
Health Minister Sharon Blady, seen here with (l to r) Margaret Bernhardt-Lowdon, Executive Director for the Manitoba Lung Association, and Sheila McIntosh, Director Health Initiatives, Manitoba Lung Association, today encouraged Manitobans to reduce their risk of lung disease as the province proclaimed National Lung Month in Manitoba and also marked National Lung Cancer Awareness Month and National Radon Action Month.READ MORE