When Manitoba’s Provincial Nominee Program was signed in 1998 it was a unique and untested concept in Canada. At that time, for all provinces except Quebec, immigration was solely in the hands of the federal government.
Drivers in Manitoba will have noticed the price of gas jump on April 1 as the Trudeau carbon tax came into effect. It may have seemed like a bad April Fools joke but the impact on consumers is no laughing matter.
Three years ago, Manitoba had the highest ambulance fees of the prairie provinces. Today, it has the lowest.
I’m fortunate to have hundreds of students visit me at the Manitoba Legislature every year. With each visit I am always quick to note to students that our Legislature is, in my opinion, the most beautiful provincial capital building in all of Canada.
Steinbach’s hosting of Rogers Hometown Hockey earlier this month was another demonstration that for Canada, hockey really is more than a game.
Last week our government tabled the 2019-2020 budget for the province. While there were many important parts of the budget that deserve to be highlighted, no doubt the one that has garnered the most attention is the announcement that we will lower the provincial sales tax from 8% to 7% on July 1, 2019.
Many years ago, when I was a student in Grade 5 at the Elmdale Elementary School, my class went on a very special field trip.
The decision for a loved one to move into a Personal Care Home is among the most difficult decisions a family ever has to make.
The spring session of the Manitoba Legislature will resume on March 6th. There will be a number of significant pieces of legislation that will be introduced during this session as our government continues the work of repairing of service and fixing our finances.