Manitoba remains strong and stable with growing businesses and a good quality of life. A steady growing economy, more training opportunities and good jobs help build an even brighter future for Manitoba families.
Ron Kostyshyn (right), Minister for Agriculture, Food and Rural Development gives a “thumbs-up” to the tasty ice cream he sampled at Cornell Dairy Farm where Lisa and Bill Dyck welcomed visitors to their dairy operation for Open Farm Day 2014. Lisa Dyck is the producer of handmade artisan ice cream made from milk produced on her family farm near Anola, Manitoba. READ MORE
Healthy Living and Seniors Minister Sharon Blady gets help from students at Glenlawn Collegiate to launch Farm 2 School fundraiser that distributes local Manitoba vegetables to communities’ province-wide.READ MORE
Family physician Dr. Nicole Porath and Health Minister Erin Selby talk about the increased numbers of doctors practising in Manitoba. READ MORE
Sandi Mowat, president of the Manitoba Nurses’ Union, Manitoba Healthy Living and Seniors Minister Sharon Blady, home care recipient Rosanne Coma, Michelle Gawronsky, president of the Manitoba Government Employees Union, Health Minister Erin Selby and Real Cloutier of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority gather to celebrate Home Care Week.READ MORE
Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport and Consumer Protection Minister Ron Lemieux (5th from left) joins local officials and emergency medical services workers for a sod-turning ceremony at the site of a new emergency medical services station in Ile de Chenes, Manitoba.READ MORE