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.
Minister Kevin Chief (second from right) announced more than $500,000 in provincial funding to improve community facilities in north Winnipeg. Part of this investment includes supporting the Sikh Society of Manitoba to enhance their existing playground with a safe, modern play structure. READ MORE
Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Gord Mackintosh (centre) and senior department staff present special community service awards to Scott Wishart (3rd from left) and Randy Woroniuk (3rd from right). READ MORE
Children and Youth Opportunities Minister Kevin Chief, minister responsible for the City of Winnipeg (at mic) was joined by City Councillor Jenny Gerbasi (left), Mayor Sam Katz (far right) and local children for the official opening of the new Mayfair Recreation Centre.READ MORE
Alan McLauchlan, Mayor of The Pas, Health Minister Erin Selby, Helga Bryant, chief executive officer of the Northern Regional Health Authority, Doug Lauvstad, board chair, Northern Regional Health Authority and Dr. Sri Navaratnam, chief executive officer and president of CancerCare Manitoba announce new cancer hubs will soon be operating in The Pas and Thompson.READ MORE
FIFA mascot Shueme stops by the Legislative Building on Wednesday, August 6, to say hi to Sports Minister Ron Lemieux. Winnipeg will be one of the Canadian cities hosting the FIFA Women’s World Cup next summer. There will be seven games played at Investors Group Field in June and July.READ MORE