On Monday, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland presented her government’s fall economic update.
In this most unusual of years, there is at least one unusual happening that should be welcomed by most Manitobans. Rebate cheques from Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) have happened occasionally in years past.
Many readers of this blog will remember 1994-1996 when Paul Martin, as minister of finance inherited a significant deficit. He made it his priority to eliminate this deficit.
People want to know, and they are turning to Google to find out! Well I’m not sure if Google will give you and accurate response, but I’d like to try!
Sticks, dead flowers, and grass. When winter hits, it hits hard. All the colours, fragrances, and life just fade away and we are left with the dead remanence of summer.
At the Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) in Manitoba, we know there is a season for everything. A time to build, a time to hibernate. A time to go out and a time to stay in.
It’s been eleven months since we first heard of the spread of the coronavirus. Rather than take proactive steps, the Liberal government ignored early warnings and failed to plan ahead.
Last week Friday, Manitoba Public Health made the decision to move schools in the Hanover School Division to critical on the Pandemic Response System. This meant that, generally, students would move to at home learning.
In this blog we have rarely responded to the content of columns prepared by local politicians, nevertheless, issues raised by Mr. Falk in his column last week are very relevant to the core of “Rethinking Lifestyle” as seen by the South Eastman Transition Initiative. This has prompted me to give another perspective on remarks Justin Trudeau made at the UN in September.