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NDP lost, so why is Kinew smiling?

September 20, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...was soundly defeated by the incumbent Progressive Conservatives, seemed overjoyed at the results, perhaps more so even than the winner, PC Leader Brian Pallister. In democratic elections, parties win and parties lose. Supporters are disappointed and may even shed a few tears when their favoured parties go...

NDP urged to reconnect with rural Manitoba

September 19, 2019

The Producer - ...the Interlake for 17 years. Manitoba went to the polls Sept. 10 and the NDP finished a distant second to the Progressive Conservatives. Premier Brian Pallister and the PC party won 36 seats, double the 18 seats won by the NDP. The Liberals won the three remaining seats in the legislature. The Tories easily...

Progressive Conservatives win second consecutive majority – The Uniter

September 19, 2019

The Uniter (UofW) - ...Wednesday, Sept. 10, Brian Pallister led the Progressive Conservative Party (PCs) to win their second consecutive majority provincial government. The New Democratic Party, the official Opposition, gained six seats, while the Liberal Party dropped one seat, losing official party status. Numerous elected...

Eliminating plastic bags on PC to-do list

September 18, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...the distribution of virtually all plastic bags occurs, and make sure that we make progress on this file," the premier told reporters Wednesday. Brian Pallister said the province would work with the private sector to eliminate the use of plastic bags in Manitoba, although he didn't provide a timeline. Brian...

Pallister Promises Plastic Bag Ban, Liquor Delivery and More in Second Term

September 18, 2019

ChrisD - ...environment. Prince Edward Island started in July and a ban is close in Newfoundland and Labrador. Eight days after winning a second term, Premier Brian Pallister said his Progressive Conservative government will begin consultations with the private sector on ways to eliminate the use of plastic bags. “We...

Pallister targets single-use plastic bags in 100-day action plan

September 18, 2019

Winnipeg Sun - Premier Brian Pallister said his government will seek feedback on a possible plastic bag ban, as one of 100 actions in its first 100 days. Pallister announced Wednesday that his government will consult with the private sector on ways to stop the reliance on single-use plastic bags. “I think Manitobans want us...

Les femmes manquent encore à notre histoire politique

September 18, 2019

La Liberte - ...le Manitoba depuis 1958? Le NPD a supplanté le Parti libéral en 1969 et rien ne laisse entrevoir un revirement de ce changement. Lorsque Brian Pallister a prononcé le traditionnel discours de victoire le soir des élections, les médias ont transmis une image remarquable : tous les députés placés...

Politics has no place in addressing sexual misconduct

September 18, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...sexually inappropriate workplace behaviours are important issues that must be addressed in public discourse and policy. Newly re-elected Premier Brian Pallister’s "no wrong door" policy, announced last year, was one attempt to address the problem of sexual misconduct and workplace harassment. Given the PC...

Letters, Sept. 18

September 18, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...When leaders don’t have to be present at public forums and debates, why should a voter make the effort to vote? During the last election, Brian Pallister admitted that many Manitobans are only $200 a month away from insolvency. So by raising the political donation limit to $5,000 per year, he cannot...

PC incumbents voted back in

September 16, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...competitor, Dan Rugg (NDP) who received 2.054 votes. Eichler, 69, served as agriculture minister in the last provincial government. While Premier Brian Pallister hasn’t appointed his cabinet yet, Eichler said he’s keen to continue working to generate more investment in Manitoba’s agriculture industry. ...

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