Andrew to attend Order of Manitoba Investiture CeremonyRossmere Constituent Arvid Loewen to receive this honour.July 18th, 2019Arvid Loewen retired from his 31-year business career to focus on competitive, long-distance cycling as a means of increasing public awareness of the needs of orphaned African children. Since 1995, Loewen has cycled more than 400,000 kilometres, competing in many world-class, ultra-marathon races. He set a Guinness World Record by cycling from Vancouver to Halifax in only 13 days, six hours and 13 minutes. Inspiring the support of others, he has already raised more than $4 million for the Mully Children’s Family Orphanage in Kenya.
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Français March 14, 2019 MANITOBA INTRODUCES CHANGES TO MODERNIZE AND STREAMLINE COURT PROCESSES The Manitoba government is introducing legislation that would help make the province’s courts system more transparent, fair and accessible for Manitobans, Justice Minister Cliff Cullen announced today. … Continue reading
March 7, 2019 BUDGET 2019 REDUCES PST TO SEVEN PER CENT, MAKES LIFE MORE AFFORDABLE – – – Manitobans Chose a New Direction for Their Province, We’re Getting the Job Done: Fielding Budget 2019 gets the job done for Manitobans … Continue reading
Investing in Infrastructure That Will Better Protect Manitoba Communities From Flooding and Ensure Their Access to Clean Drinking Water
INVESTING IN INFRASTRUCTURE THAT WILL BETTER PROTECT MANITOBA COMMUNITIES FROM FLOODING AND ENSURE THEIR ACCESS TO CLEAN DRINKING WATER Selkirk, Manitoba, February 13, 2019—Modern reliable water and wastewater systems are crucial to protecting the health of Canadians, keeping Manitoba’s waterways … Continue reading
Major Highway Improvements to Bring Safer, More Efficient Transportation to Manitoba Residents and Businesses
February 13, 2019 MAJOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS TO BRING SAFER, MORE EFFICIENT TRANSPORTATION TO MANITOBA RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF HEADINGLEY—Investments in modern efficient roadways are crucial in building economic activity, facilitating trade and creating well-paid, middle-class jobs. Today, the Minister … Continue reading
Education and Training Minister Kelvin Goertzen to discuss appointments to Commission on Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education.
January 23, 2019 – 11:00 am Education and Training Minister Kelvin Goertzen to discuss appointments to Commission on Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education.
January 23, 2019 PROVINCE ANNOUNCES NEW COMMISSION ON KINDERGARTEN TO GRADE 12 EDUCATION – – – Nine Commissioners to Guide a Comprehensive, Independent Review of Manitoba’s Education System: Goertzen The Manitoba government has established a new commission to undertake a … Continue reading
January 15, 2019 PROVINCE ESTABLISHES CLIMATE AND GREEN PLAN IMPLEMENTATION OFFICE – – – Government-wide Approach to Climate Change Needed: Pallister The Manitoba government is taking the next step toward implementing its climate and green plan, through the creation of … Continue reading
PROVINCIAL TAX RELIEF COMING IN 2019 – – – Putting Money Back on the Kitchen Table for Families, Seniors, Households: Fielding Backgrounder Tax Relief for Manitobans Individuals and businesses will benefit from taxation changes coming into effect in 2019, Finance … Continue reading
December 5, 2018 GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES CONSULTATIONS ON MANDATORY ENTRY-LEVEL TRAINING FOR TRUCK DRIVERS The Manitoba government will move forward with a broad consultation with industry and other affected stakeholders on mandatory entry-level training (MELT) for truck drivers in the province, … Continue reading
Province Announces Increased Funding for Hip, Knee and Cataract Procedures To Reduce Wait Times for Manitobans
November 22, 2018 PROVINCE ANNOUNCES INCREASED FUNDING FOR HIP, KNEE AND CATARACT PROCEDURES TO REDUCE WAIT TIMES FOR MANITOBANS – – – $5.3-Million Investment Will Significantly Add to Number of Surgeries Performed: Friesen The Manitoba government is investing more than … Continue reading