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Our Vision for Women’s Rights on the 100th Anniversary of the Vote

One hundred years ago, and two years before the rest of Canada, Manitoba women became the first to win the provincial right to vote. It was an important step towards equality, but the journey wasn’t over. Many people continued to be denied the right to vote on the...

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Building and Revitalizing Downtown Winnipeg

On January 18, 2016, Manitoba’s NDP government announced another $17.6 million in joint provincial-city funding to go towards the public space within the True North project, including a skating rink, public s...

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Our NDP plan for child care: 12,000 new spaces, lower fees, more training and better wages

Our NDP government understands that affordable, quality child care is important for working and middle-class Manitoba families. It gives families the option to go back to work or to upgrade their education, while their children are looked after in a safe, educational...

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Throne Speech 2015: A Forward-Looking, Optimistic Vision for the Future

This November, our NDP government presented a five-year plan that reimagines Manitoba as we build towards 2020. This year’...

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Legislative Building Open House

A Message from the Premier of Manitoba Season’s greetings and welcome to the Legislative Building Open House! I am delighted you could join us in celebrating the holidays. This very s...

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Making Sure Your Family Gets a Fair Deal

We know that Manitobans work hard and expect good value for their money—whether they’re buying their first car, getting their grandson a gift card for Christmas, or signing a new cell phone contract. That’s why...

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