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Supporting child care for you and your family

Our government knows that child care is a top priority for Manitoba families. We have heard from parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, step-parents and guardians that quality, affordable child care matters. It gives people the option to go back to work or to upgrade their education,...

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Manitoba Continues to Build on Plan to Grow Economy, Create Jobs, Focus on what Matters Most to Families

As reported by Manitoba Government News Services June 30, 2015 The Manitoba government is continuing to support families by growing the economy, helping young people build rewarding careers in the province, protecting workers...

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Steady Growth, Even More Good Jobs: Budget 2015 Keeps Building

Record Infrastructure Investments Create Jobs, Protect Services: Minister Dewar As reported by Manitoba Government News Services April 30, 2015 Budget 2...

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Manitoba’s Apology to First Nation, Métis and Inuit Survivors of the Sixties Scoop

Many Canadians are gradually becoming more familiar with the terrible legacy of residential schools. But the tragedy of the Sixties Scoop has also had a profound impact on Aboriginal families and requires reconciliation. On June 18, 2015, Premier Greg Selinger formally...

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Celebrating Manitoba Nurses

Nearly 18,000 nurses work in Manitoba everywhere from QuickCare clinics to ERs to personal care homes. Also, they’re often the caregivers families come to know and rely on most. That’s w...

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