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.
Health Minister Erin Selby is joined by (L-R) Nancy Allan, MLA St-Vital, Dr. Mark Duerksen, Steinbach Medical, Real Cloutier, COO & VP Long Term Care & Community Area Services; COO, Deer Lodge and Chief Allied Health Officer, and Karen Ilchyna, Regional Director Primary Care Initiatives for Southern Regional Health Authority in announcing investments that will help ensure all Manitobans have access to a family doctor by 2015, with funding for new health-care professionals at doctor’s offices across the province, the launch of the first My Health Teams and construction of new primary care clinics across the province. The announcement took place at the location for the third QuickCare Clinic in the city of Winnipeg, in St. Vital.READ MORE
Infrastructure and Transportation Minister Steve Ashton is joined by (L-R) Terry Shaw, general manager, Manitoba Trucking Association, Mike Mager, president and CEO, CAA Manitoba, Steven Fletcher, MP for Charleswood - St. James - Assiniboia – Headingley and Diane Gray, president and CEO, CentrePort Canada in announcing plans to more than double the length of CentrePort Canada Way around Headingley, extending the four-lane divided expressway to the Trans-Canada Highway at PTH 26 near St. François Xavier.READ MORE
Family Services Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross, Minister Responsible for the Status of Women, was joined by human rights activist Gertrude Hambira to celebrate International Women’s Day at the Manitoba Legislature.
Finance Minister Jennifer Howard discusses Budget 2014 - focused on creating jobs, growing the economy and protecting front-line services for Manitoba Families. READ MORE
Premier Greg Selinger (right), joined by Kevin Chief, Minister of Children and Youth Opportunities and Minister responsible for relations with the City of Winnipeg within the Department of Municipal Government (centre) and Mayor Sam Katz (left) announced provincial funding of $250 million over the next five years to repair and rebuild Winnipeg streets, sidewalks and back lanes. READ MORE