Manitobans will remember October 9, 2015 as the day they lost Lake Winnipeg to zebra mussels as Conservation and Water Stewardship confirmed for the first time the north basin is infested beyond repair.Read more
PCs stand by First Nations Family Advocate in call for action - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba
PC family services critic Ian Wishart is calling on the Selinger government to reconsider its disrespectful move to muzzle the newly appointed First Nations Family Advocate.Read more
Finance Minister Greg Dewar told Manitobans “There will be another budget before the next election” before launching pre-budget consultations. He would now like Manitobans to believe he never made any such commitment, saying the NDP government is “weighing our options” on bringing forward a budget.
On November 24, 2014 NDP Finance Minister Greg Dewar declared “the goal of our government is to return to surplus in 2016-2017. We're going to achieve this by controlling expenditures.” Today’s last minute release of Public Accounts again illustrates that this was yet another NDP broken promise.
The announcement that many Manitoba victims of vehicle vandalism will no longer have to pay auto insurance deductibles represents good financial news for those affected, but misses the mark on addressing the causes of crime and ignores the total impact on victims.Read more
It has been four years since Premier Selinger told Manitoba families the idea he would raise the PST was “total nonsense.” As of this week, the NDP broadening of the PST and the NDP PST tax hike Selinger claimed to be “ridiculous” and “absurd” has now taken $1 billion from Manitobans.Read more
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Scott Johnston as its candidate in the St. James constituency for the 2016 provincial election.Read more
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to bring Dr. Naseer Warraich onto its team as the candidate in the Tyndall Park constituency for the 2016 provincial election.Read more
New chapter in Tiger Dams cover-up: disclosure law broken - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba
Information on a total of nine untendered Tiger Dam contracts valued at nearly $9 million was unveiled to PC researchers at the end of August – but only after they confronted the government directly and informed them they were breaking the law.Read more
Dismal test marks, a reliance on food banks in record numbers and a gloomy economic future with an ever-increasing debt burden on top of their student loans – this is the reality facing Manitoba students this fall.Read more