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.
Budget 2015 builds on Manitoba's economic strengths and continues to support job creation, protect services for families, invest in training for careers here at home and improve infrastructure across the province.
Jobs and Economy Minister Kevin Chief receives a gift during an event announcing the Manitoba government’s support to help people gain the skills necessary to start their own licensed child care homes and create hundreds of new child care spaces.READ MORE
Municipal Government Minister Drew Caldwell and Acting City of Winnipeg Deputy Mayor Janice Lukes announced more than 23 roads in south Winnipeg will see upgrades or improvements this year due to investments by the Manitoba government and the City of Winnipeg.READ MORE
Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief announces university students will have more support starting their careers through new initiatives in the recently released First Jobs Strategy. This summer, Minister Chief will visit several communities to speak with Manitoba students, businesses, non-profit organizations and other stakeholders about the strategy. READ MORE
The Manitoba government is helping youth gain experience with skilled trades this month by supporting nine Building for Tomorrow summer camps. Participants in the Girls Exploring Trades and Technology camp launched the program with Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief today.READ MORE
Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Tom Nevakshonoff (centre), Finance Minister Greg Dewar (left), and City of Selkirk Mayor Larry Johannson celebrate the province’s support for decommissioning the MS Lord Selkirk II.READ MORE