Our PC government has submitted its response to the federal government on its proposed backstop and benchmarks for carbon pricing, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.
The response highlights the significant investments Manitobans have made in renewable energy and also notifies of the province’s decision to seek a legal opinion on its right to develop its own ‘made-in-Manitoba’ plan.
Several instances of irregular or improper activity at polling stations observedRead more
Progressive Conservative Caucus remits salary increase - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba - 2017
PC MLAs lead by example, deliver on commitment to voluntarily freeze their wagesRead more
A just-filed lawsuit alleges that Greg Selinger released highly sensitive financial and business information to benefit a third party in December 2015. This was the same month the NDP “Hydro jobs for votes” scandal became public, and the same third party remains a key witness in the ongoing Commissioner of Elections investigation into the scandal.
PC Leader Brian Pallister travels to The Pas and Kewatinook today, becoming the only party leader to visit northern Manitoba twice during this election campaign.
Selinger lawsuit raises new questions of serious misconduct - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba - 2016
Greg Selinger and senior cabinet minister Steve Ashton are being sued personally for alleged misuse of confidential commercial information on a matter of vital public interest.
The Selinger NDP’s platform confirms its intention to increase and broaden the PST in order to pay for more than $600 million in campaign promises.
Greg Selinger’s campaign of fear hit a new and shameful low today when he stated a new PC government would cut cancer care drugs for vulnerable patients and seniors.
A new Progressive Conservative government will protect front-line services and the jobs of the workers who deliver them.
A new Progressive Conservative government’s first 100 days upon forming government will focus on concrete results through specific actions on the priorities of Manitobans.