The Manitoba Legislature has a well-deserved reputation as being one of the most beautiful provincial legislatures in all of Canada.
Over the past several weeks Manitobans have been discussing the plan by the provincial NDP government to raise the provincial sales tax from 7% to 8%.
There are many other things that Manitobans would like to do with their time than protest in the front of the Manitoba Legislature.
Many Manitobans are expected to come to the Manitoba Legislature for a rally on Thursday May 2nd to tell the Selinger NDP government that they oppose the PST increase from 7% to 8%.
It will be awhile before fisherman are able to get their boats on the lakes but if you have ever seen a fish flip-flopping around just after it is caught, you will have some understanding of the recent week in the Manitoba Legislature.
Before the NDP provincial budget was released on Tuesday I was still hoping to be surprised.
Last month I sent out a survey to constituents asking whether they were concerned about the level of debt that is being accumulated by the Manitoba NDP government.
I don’t think all the money in the world would fool Manitobans on this one, but the NDP are sure going to try. And they are going to use your money to do it.
In our system of government debate is at the heart of democracy. The freedom to speak our opinion on an issue of government is not something to be taken lightly.
Premier Greg Selinger and the provincial NDP government have finally decided to re-open the Manitoba Legislature to debates and questions after weeks of delay.