One in eight Canadian jobs relies on the agriculture industry and the next federal government needs to focus on restoring trade for products grown and produced here in Canada, Keystone Agricultural Producers president Bill Campbell said.
Given a new mandate by voters, the newly re-elected Manitoba government is mapping out an ambitious new agenda to move Manitoba forward.
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 is election day in Manitoba and all voting places are open from 8am to 8pm.
Approximately 112,983 Manitobans cast their ballots during the eight days of advance voting for the 2019 provincial election.
Voters in the province of Manitoba have many convenient ways to vote in the upcoming election, including advance, absentee, homebound and voting with assistance.
Manitobans have until Thursday, August 22, to update their voter information or register to vote in advance of the election.
Elections Manitoba has announced that the province’s 42nd general election has been called for Tuesday, September 10, 2019.
Since it was launched last month, 5,743 people have visited Elections Manitoba’s online voter registration service, with 3,100 successful searches and 1,029 registrations.
Elections Manitoba has made it easier than ever to register to vote in provincial elections. By visiting electionsmanitoba.ca, voters can check if they are registered to vote, update their information and register to vote.