Stats and Facts

City of Winnipeg

City of Winnipeg

We’re focused on the things that matter most to families, including repairing local roads and making sure every household has clean water. We’re building our province for the future and creating good jobs that will keep young people in Manitoba. Our New Partnership with...

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Manitoba Infrastructure

Manitoba Infrastructure

Building better infrastructure—including roads, highways and flood protection—pays off. We’re building and expanding our infrastructure to create good jobs and grow the economy, but not at the expense of our schools and hospitals. Brian Pallister’s plan to cut half...

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First Nations, Métis, and Inuit

First Nations, Métis, and Inuit

We’re building a Manitoba where no one is left behind. Our government is investing in training and education to ensure all Manitobans, including Aboriginal and northern Manitobans, have the skills they need to succeed. Manitoba is committed to building an all-season road...

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The North

The North

We recognize that families in the North have unique needs. A growing tourism industry, mineral exploration, Hydro development, and thriving industry are all contributing to a strong economy and good jobs, so that Manitobans can work in the communities they grew up in. Our...

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Environment

Environment

Many of us remember going to the cabin with our parents, and hope to explore Manitoba’s forests, lakes and parks with our children. Our province’s eco-diversity makes it unique, and families expect us to protect those habitats for the future. We’re stepping up on climate...

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Doctors and Nurses

Doctors and Nurses

Every Manitoban who wants one deserves to have a family doctor. To make sure we reach this goal by the end of 2015, we’re investing in front-line staff, including more doctors and nurse practitioners, so that every family gets the care they need. Brian Pallister’s...

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Health

Health

Every family should be able to get the care they need, when they need it. When we first formed government, we made the decision to build one of the strongest health care systems right here in Manitoba, based on a fundamental belief in universal health care—because nothing is...

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Agriculture & Rural Development

Agriculture & Rural Development

Manitobans understand that agriculture is an important part of our economy. Not only do we rely on farming and agriculture to provide nutritious and local food, the agri-food industry is one of our province’s biggest export industries. Despite farmers requesting it, the...

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Housing

Housing

Every family should have a safe and stable place to live. Building affordable housing is good for families, breathes new life into our communities and strengthens our local economy. The last time they were in government, Brian Pallister and his Conservatives refused to build...

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Poverty reduction

Poverty reduction

We want everyone to be able to build a good life for themselves and their family. We’re working with families and community activists to invest in targeted supports that help people out of poverty and into good jobs. The last time they were in government, Brian Pallister’s...

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Jobs and the Economy

Jobs and the Economy

We are investing in good jobs and skills training to grow our economy and make sure families like yours can build a future right here in Manitoba. Brian Pallister is pushing for half a billion dollars in across-the-board cuts, which would mean putting our economy at risk and...

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Justice

Justice

We want every family to feel safe in their homes and in their communities. We’re building safer communities by cracking down on crime, while also tackling long-term solutions to the root causes of crime. Brian Pallister’s push for half a billion dollars in cuts would...

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Seniors

Seniors

Manitoba seniors helped build this great province. They deserve to live with dignity and know that the services they count on are there for them. Brian Pallister wanted to privatize home care the last time he was in government, and he’s pushing for privatized, for-profit...

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Disabilities supports

Disabilities supports

We’re building a Manitoba where no one is left behind. Many people with disabilities have trouble accessing the services others take for granted. We are addressing these issues so that Manitoba can be a stronger, more inclusive home for everyone. We want to remove all...

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Affordability

Affordability

When Manitobans sit down to pay the bills, they can see that our low cost of living makes a big difference for their families. That’s why we’re keeping life affordable in Manitoba, while creating good jobs and opportunities for everyday families. When Brian Pallister’s...

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Cancer care

Cancer care

Every family has been touched by cancer; it affects us all. We know that Manitoba families count on quality cancer care. That’s why we’re building the best system in the country to deliver the fastest screening, diagnosis and treatment. We created a first-in-Canada IN...

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Child Care

Child Care

Every family should be able to find child care for their kids. We have heard from parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, step-parents and guardians that having access to high quality, affordable child care makes a huge difference to their family. Child care means parents can...

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Universities, Colleges & Apprenticeships

Universities, Colleges & Apprenticeships

Investing in affordable, accessible, quality education Strong universities and colleges are essential to help connect young people to the opportunities available in a modern, growing economy. That’s why we are not cutting post-secondary funding as we have seen in other provinces. The...

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Education

Education

Nothing opens more doors than a good education. Our NDP government’s commitment to add 75,000 workers to the workforce by 2020 starts with making sure every child can get a good education and training opportunities. Instead of laying off teachers to make ends meet, we’re...

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