Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

On behalf of Opposition Leader Brian Pallister and the entire Progressive Conservative Caucus, we would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays this festive season.

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NDP Must Release Internal CFS Probe - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

The NDP is hiding from Manitobans. They claim changes are being made to the way they contract workers and use hotels to care for at-risk kids without sharing the findings of an internal probe. 

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NDP Government Stoops to Desperate New Low, Just in Time for Christmas - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

While Manitobans turn their focus to friends, home and family this holiday season, the NDP is using a cabinet order to attack rural families. In a closed door meeting, the NDP ordered Manitoba Hydro to stuff landowners’ stockings with expropriation orders to seize land that, in many cases, has been part of a family farm for generations. All Manitoba homeowners should be alarmed at the NDP Government’s reckless disregard for property rights and due process.

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Not Too Late To Pull Plug On Bipole - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

It’s not too late to stop the $4.6-billion Bipole boondoggle, despite what the NDP is telling Manitobans. Less than $80 million of the approximately $600 million paid out so far for the transmission line is not recoverable, according to sources within Manitoba Hydro. 

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PCs Present Bill to Help Business Navigate WCB - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

When employees need the Worker’s Compensation Board, the Worker Adviser Office is set up to ensure they have the advice and support they need. However, employers are often left uncertain about where to direct their questions or concerns as there is currently no Adviser Office to mirror that of the Worker Adviser for employers in need. That’s why Progressive Conservative MLA and Critic responsible for WCB Dennis Smook introduced Bill 206, the Worker’s Compensation Amendment Act (Employer Adviser).

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Suicides across Canada a Wake-Up Call - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

Our first responders face more trauma in a week than most of us will in a lifetime and as a result some are suffering in silence.  Suicide due to trauma on the job is a growing problem and one that needs to be addressed now.  That is why PC Health Critic and MLA for Charleswood Myrna Driedger introduced a bill to ensure those who are always there for us get services when they need them most.

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NDP Mining Mismanagement Costing Millions - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

Two Manitoba investors spent more than $300,000 and secured an additional $1.3 million in market capital to support the development of the Godslith Claim, a world-class lithium deposit approximately 365 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg. 

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Vote for Throne Speech Vote for Selinger - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

NDP MLAs need to understand “You can’t have your cake and eat it too.”  That is to say you can’t oppose Greg Selinger as leader and premier, but still vote to prop him up.  Now ala Marie Antoinette the NDP has forced cake on all Manitobans.

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MLA Introduces Bill to Keep Pedestrians Safe around Schools - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

Last October Carina Denisenko was struck and killed by a vehicle on the road directly in front of Winkler’s new high school, Northlands Parkway Collegiate. NPC was allowed to open for the start of the 2013 school season without proper signage, flashing lights or a painted corridor to alert motorists to the presence of pedestrians along the busy Provincial Road 428.

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Manitobans Pay More and Get Less for Health Care - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba

Today, Jobs and the Economy critic Heather Stefanson will introduce a new bill that would force the government to begin negotiations to join the New West Partnership.  The New West Partnership is an agreement between British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan to work together to grow their economies and reduce costs.

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