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.
Premier Greg Selinger, Cabinet ministers and MLAs enjoyed meeting and having some fun with Manitobans at the province's annual open house at the Legislative Building on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Peter Bjornson, Minister of Manitoba Housing and Community Development (r) with participants and recipients at the BUILDINGFoundations Bursaries event where post-secondary students living in provincial subsidized housing, who have achieved high marks and have shown a commitment to their communities, were presented with bursaries to help them build a better future.READ MORE
Jobs and the Economy Minister Theresa Oswald announces measures to increase job training through public infrastructure projects. Joining the minister (left to right) are Peter Withoos, vice-president, Winnipeg Construction Association; Jennifer Nguyen, apprentice truck and transport mechanic; and Doug Lauvstad, Manitoba Apprenticeship and Certification Board.READ MORE
Premier Greg Selinger is joined by Infrastructure and Transportation Minister Steve Ashton (left) and CAA Manitoba CEO Mike Mager in announcing a five-year, $225 million upgrade of PTH 6, Manitoba’s strategic northern trade route, and PRs 373 and 374. READ MORE
CancerCare Manitoba staff, Health Minister Erin Selby, CancerCare Manitoba CEO Dr. Dhali Dhaliwal and breast cancer survivor Marnie Ackerman formally launch the new Urgent Cancer Care clinic and Cancer Helpline to support patients with cancer and blood disorders that need care to quickly address symptoms of their disease. READ MORE