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.
Budget 2015 builds on Manitoba's economic strengths and continues to support job creation, protect services for families, invest in training for careers here at home and improve infrastructure across the province.
Premier Greg Selinger joined UWinnipeg President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Annette Trimbee, and Associate Vice-President Indigenous Affairs Wab Kinew, on a tour of Winnipeg’s largest inner-city day camp, where math, science, and business are infused with Indigenous knowledge and fun.
Mukhtiar Singh shows Health Minister Sharon Blady the equipment he uses to do home hemodialysis. The province has announced a new program to support patients by covering additional water and electricity costs.READ MORE
Family Services Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross (right) and Children & Youth Minister Melanie Wight (second from right) are joined by Josie Hill of Blue Thunderbird Family Care and Jay Rodgers of Marymound in announcing a new program at Marymound to support high-risk girls in CFS care who have complex needs.READ MORE
Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief announced the appointment of the new Manitoba Dementia Research Chair, Dr. Benedict Albensi (third from right). He was joined by Minister of Healthy Living and Seniors Deanne Crothers (left), Christina Weise, CEO of Research Manitoba (second from left), Digvir Jayas, VP Research and International at the University of Manitoba (second from right) and Wendy Schettler, CEO, Alzheimer Society of Manitoba (right).READ MORE
Premier Greg Selinger surveys seawall with Winnipeg Beach Mayor Tony Pimentel (r), Finance Minister Greg Dewar (l) and Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Tom Nevakshonoff (second from left) after announcing close to $5 million to help repair the seawall. READ MORE