Last week I was in Washington D.C. and was able to meet with a number of officials and international leaders on issues important to Manitoba and residents of the Steinbach Constituency.
Last week our government announced that the next provincial budget will be released on March 7, 2019.
Every February is celebrated as “I Love to Read Month” in Manitoba. Schools, libraries and other institutions plan special events to mark this month.
Last week our government announced the launch of a new commission on Kindergarten to Grade 12 (K-12) education including the names of the nine commissioners who will lead this important work.
There are a number of workers who are on standby at any given moment ready to assist when needed. This is particularly true in the deep cold of winter.
Every ten years the electoral boundaries of Manitoba constituencies need to be reviewed to ensure each of the 57 constituencies have, with some variation allowed, approximately equal number of Manitobans living within them.
Manitoba and Canada are still very much economies that are reliant upon traditional economic drivers.
Social Impact Bonds, while not uncommon in other parts of Canada and other parts of the world, are new to Manitoba.
Manitoba families will be benefiting from tax changes coming into effect in 2019 that will help keep more money in your pockets.