Premier Brian Pallister recently announced his planned departure from public life, as he will not be seeking re-election. I respect his personal decision and wish him and his family all the best in their future endeavours.
I was pleased to recently tour new Legacy Children’s Centre with Families Minister Rochelle Squires.
I am pleased to highlight that we recently moved forward with the second milestone of the ‘4-3-2 One Great Summer’ reopening path early.
That’s a wrap on another Manitoba Legislative Session! Our government was proud to bring forward a robust legislative agenda focused on protecting Manitobans and advancing Manitoba.
It’s certainly been a busy spring session in the Manitoba Legislature. The NDP recently decided to delay the passage of Bill 71, The Education Property Tax Reduction Act, which would allow Manitobans to receive their education property tax rebate cheques and provide tax relief.
Our PC government is committed to creating an education system that puts our students first.
On March 3rd, the Manitoba Legislature will resume for a spring Legislative Session. This session will focus on protecting Manitobans lives and livelihoods as we continue facing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Our PC government recently announced an investment of over $210 million in K-12 school capital projects across the province to provide staff and students with safe, modern, and accessible learning facilities.
As we embark on the year 2021, I hope this year will bring blessings of success, happiness and fulfillment for you and your family.