Across Manitoba, graduations are happening at high schools and post-secondary institutions. I have had the opportunity to attend several of these graduations over the past few days and it has been a tremendous experience to watch so many young Manitobans achieve academic success.
On Monday of this week at around 10:00pm Manitoba’s Lieutenant Governor, Her Honour Janice Filmon, entered the Manitoba Legislature to grant approval to 17 pieces of legislation that had been introduced and debated over the past several months.
The Mennonite Heritage Village has long been a landmark institution for the preservation and remembrance of the history of the early Mennonite settlers in Manitoba.
This past week I was honoured to take part in announcements that invest in Manitoba’s future and its ability to be a leader in a number of important and diverse sectors.
As Minister for Training in Manitoba, I was pleased to recently announce the opening of 43 job centres across Manitoba (including in Steinbach) for young people.
Your credit score likely isn’t something you think about often. Maybe you have paid to see what your credit score is and to ensure that it properly reflects your financial history.
The annual Pick Up and Walk was held last weekend and once again Steinbach has received a spring cleaning. While it is an event that kicks off a summer of hundreds of community events, the Pick Up and Walk is really unique in so many ways.
Over the past few weeks, the NDP have been using procedural tactics to prevent a vote in the Manitoba Legislature on what is known as the Budget Implementation and Tax Statutes Amendment bill.
Late last year the Manitoba government announced a commission that would undertake a detailed review of the Kindergarten to Grade 12 education system in our province.