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Province Announces First Three Projects Under GROW Trust

October 22, 2019

Pembina Valley Online - ...to support our producers as stewards of the land, recognizing the environmental benefits that come from healthy ecosystems,” said Premier Brian Pallister. “Our government values the critical role farmers play in managing our landscapes and watersheds. Working in collaboration with producers and...

Letters, Oct. 19

October 19, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...are provincial) mean they can’t afford to put food on their tables. So if people are living in poverty, why is Kaufmann cheering the fact that Brian Pallister fired 2,000 civil servants, and suggesting that using Pallister’s attrition model, 40,000 more federal employees should be fired? Can these 42,000...

‘Lend a hand to your neighbours’ during storm cleanup, Winnipeg mayor asks

October 18, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ...after the intense snow storm that hit the province last week. Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman said he's anticipating meeting with Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister next week to discuss assistance with storm cleanup. (CBC) Bowman said he anticipates speaking with Premier Brian Pallister next week about the...

Four Métis candidates vying for federal seat in Winnipeg’s Saint Boniface-Saint Vital – APTN News

October 18, 2019

APTN Manitoba - ...work in the riding. While the province is in charge of healthcare, all three candidates have said they will do their best to work with Premier Brian Pallister to ensure residents concerns are addressed. Réjeanne Caron is running for the Conservatives but she declined to speak with APTN. Caron is a member...

Riding on a razor’s edge

October 18, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...an active participant in efforts to help save the Concordia Hospital emergency room, which has been converted to an urgent care centre by Premier Brian Pallister's Progressive Conservative government. Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said earlier this week that if his party became part of a coalition...

Province’s money-losing marijuana numbers don’t add up, opposition leaders say

October 16, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...to keep "most if not all of the revenue from cannabis sales" next year, money he said could be spent fixing health care and improving education. "Brian Pallister is trying to hide cannabis profits so he doesn’t have to admit that his cuts to health care and education are unjustifiable," Kinew said. ...

City-wide state of emergency declared after roughly 2,000 residents go without power

October 13, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...where they may need to be cut down. There is no estimate how many non-city-owned trees have been damaged, Shaw said. Bowman, along with Premier Brian Pallister, both declared states of emergency Sunday, and the mayor said provincial and civic efforts have been coordinated and collaborative. The emergency...

Pallister says province can save $200M by shopping smarter

October 11, 2019

Winnipeg Sun - Premier Brian Pallister said smart shopping by his government will save nearly $13 million this year and predicted those savings will grow to $200 million by March 2025. Pallister said the government is investing $12 million in a private-sector contract that will help produce the savings over the next five...

Stormy weather cuts legislature session short

October 10, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...was called to pass the 2019 provincial budget, which was introduced March 7. It had yet to be approved by the legislative assembly when Tory Premier Brian Pallister called an early election. The first session of the 42nd Manitoba legislature was to wind-up around 7:30 p.m. — a day earlier than scheduled —...

KAP unhappy with new drainage regulations

October 10, 2019

Manitoba Cooperator - ...said. GROW, which is a made-in-Manitoba ALUS (Alternate Land Use Services), program will have $100 million of funding, Squires said. Premier Brian Pallister will announce the details in a few weeks, she said. Wetland classes defined (See class the full definitions here on the Manitoba government...

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