The Manitoba government will unveil its new vision for a strong economic and social recovery focused on the health and well-being of all Manitobans in a speech from the throne, expected to be delivered on Nov. 23.
The province is encouraging Manitobans to embrace winter wellness as it launches a new flu vaccination campaign encouraging all Manitobans to stay well and get a flu vaccine to help protect themselves and their loved ones.
The Manitoba government has passed legislation to support the development of a new income support program for individuals living with severe and prolonged disabilities who have no other means of supporting themselves.
Manitoba is taking additional steps to protect Manitobans and maintain health services, including non-COVID-19 care, during a fourth wave of the pandemic, Health and Seniors Care Minister Audrey Gordon and Dr. Brent Roussin, chief provincial public health officer, announced today.
The Manitoba government has announced that it is establishing two new programs to pay for advanced glucose monitors and insulin pumps for individuals aged 25 years and younger.
Manitoba Health and Seniors Care has approved the acceptance of new admissions to Maples Long Term Care Home. New admissions were available as of Sept. 7, 2021.
The Manitoba government is launching a social impact bond dedicated to supporting women’s heart health. The partnership is intended to reduce the risk of heart disease among women and increase physical activity levels.
The province has announced that it will provide more than $1 million dollars in additional funding for staff and student mental health supports, and work with school divisions to ensure student needs are met.
The province has announced that nine family physicians have started or will soon be starting practice in communities across the Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority (RHA).