Staff representing departments from different levels of government and community development organisations will offer you service in the official language of your choice.
The French Language Services policy of the Government of Manitoba recognizes the fact that the French-speaking population of Manitoba is a constituent of one of the fundamental characteristics of Canada.
This services portal provides central access to all government of Manitoba online services.
Here is an alphabetical listing of government departments followed by a series of key links within its web site.
The Auditor General's Office (formerly known as the Provincial Auditor's Office) is a team of people dedicated to providing a service to the citizens of Manitoba. That service is to work with the members of the legislature to help build an environmen
To promote fairness, equity and administrative accountability through the investigation of complaints by an independent and non-partisan Officer of the Legislative Assembly.
Our site is your resource on all aspects of participating in Manitoba provincial elections.
Hansard is the official report of the debates of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly and its committees.
Government of Manitoba News Releases.
Government of Manitoba web site.
As a province of Canada, Manitoba has the authority to select candidates for immigration through this free program.
10 Great Reasons to do Business in Manitoba
The Workplace Safety and Health Division administers seven Acts and associated Regulations.
Web site of the Mineral Resources Division of the department of Innovation, Energy and Mines
Producer and agri-business information
The Human Services Guide is a Web site which provides information on many services offered by the Departments of Advanced Education and Training; Education; Entrepreneurship, Training and Trade; and Family Services and Consumer Affairs.
The Manitoba Child Care Program oversees the operation of child care in the province.
Services for children and families
Project Gang-Proof is the province's written resources on gangs.
For New Manitobans, immigratemanitoba.com will help you get settled, look for jobs and learn English.
Education and Youth
STEP Services is the official student employment placement service for the Government of Manitoba.
AEL is your link to post-secondary and adult-focused programs & services.
My Student Aid Online is where you apply online or log in to your existing account.
The IEB is a branch of the department of Advanced Education and Literacy.
This page outlines benefits administered by the Insured Benefits Branch of Manitoba Health and also provides information on eligibility and registration.
Pharmacare is a drug benefit program for any Manitoban, regardless of age, whose income is seriously affected by high prescription drug costs.
The Manitoba Home Care Program, established in its present form in September 1974, is the oldest comprehensive, province-wide, universal home care program in Canada.
The Nurses Recruitment and Retention Fund was established in 1999 to assist with the recruitment and retention of Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Registered Psychiatric Nurses in Manitoba.
Highways and Government Services
Place to visit in Manitoba.
Camping is a wonderful and relaxing pastime that greatly improves the quality of life for Manitobans from all regions and every walk of life.
Click on section of map to open PDF version of the map section or select from drop-down menu.
Highway condition reports
This site provides detailed information about every community and region in Manitoba.
The Property Registry consists of two registries, the Land Titles Office and the Personal Property Registry.
The Residential Tenancies Branch administers or is responsible for The Residential Tenancies Act, The Life Leases Act and The Condominium Act in Manitoba.
Manitoba Public Insurance is a non-profit Crown Corporation that has provided basic automobile coverage since 1971.
What Manitoba Public Insurance and our partners are doing to help make our roads safer for people of all ages-drivers, pedestrians and kids.
The Consumer Protection Office administers consumer protection legislation for the province of Manitoba.