Raising awareness and promoting support for mental health issues is the goal of World Mental Health Day, observed annually on October 10. Today, people across the world are considering needs for support and services and finding ways to meet them.
Celebrating International Day of the Girl with Mixed Emotions - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba
While there is much to celebrate in Manitoba as we approach International Day of the Girl there is still much progress to be made, especially in protecting young girls in high risk situations.
The Manitoba Legislature is responsible to the people and the people deserve a government that is accountable more often. It’s time to bring the House back into session to address the many questions the NDP seem unable to answer right now.Read more
The NDP Government has failed Manitoba students and families. According to the latest Pan-Canadian Assessment Program (PCAP) scores, Manitoba scored last in assessment for science, reading and math.Read more
Manitobans have a right to vote on tax increases in a referendum or a general election. We believe this to be true regardless of whether it’s a binding legal requirement or not.Read more
The NDP is bad at building partnerships and that reflects poorly on all Manitobans. This is not acceptable and we need to change that. The biggest problem is that they refuse to ask for a seat at the table with other western provinces. It is well past time to negotiate membership in the New West Partnership.Read more
The NDP continues to show a lack of leadership at MPI – the latest example, a $50,000 paycheque to former CEO Marilyn McLaren for performing no work.Read more
Progressive Conservative MPI Critic Kelvin Goertzen wants to know why the NDP isn’t demanding all of the money paid as part of the no-work contract awarded to the former CEO of Manitoba Public Insurance be paid back.Read more
NDP Told Manitobans Deficit Would Be $90 Million Smaller - Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba
Release of the NDP government’s books revealed that the deficit is $90 million bigger than the Finance Minister said six months ago.Read more
The NDP, in its own report on infrastructure, has admitted the millions in additional revenue it collected from Manitobans in PST has not all gone into infrastructure. The NDP collected an additional $190 million in the first fiscal year (9 months) but, again, underspent on infrastructure.Read more