PCs invest in better services plan

We will protect front-line services and the workers who provide them: Pallister

A new Progressive Conservative government will protect front-line services and the jobs of the workers who deliver them.

“Manitoba needs a government that truly believes in the importance of front-line public servants and the services they provide,” said PC Leader Brian Pallister. “Asking them to do more with less while government adds to upper levels of bureaucracy makes no sense.”

Our Better Manitoba Plan for better services includes new investments and service improvements in the following priority areas:

  • Lower ambulance fees
  • Read to Succeed program for Grade 1-3 students
  • Commitment to building 1,200 new personal care home beds for seniors
  • Increased operating funding for licensed family child care home spaces
  • New dedicated stroke unit
  • Health Care Wait Times Reduction Task Force
  • Red Tape Reduction Task Force

A Progressive Conservative government will recognize that front-line service providers work hard in challenging environments delivering critical services for Manitobans. Manitobans rely on the services provided by these dedicated individuals. A new PC government will provide the certainty and support they require to do their jobs.

“Jobs and economic growth are at the centre of our Better Manitoba Plan. Economic growth will allow government to provide better front-line services like health care and education in a sustainable manner,” added Pallister. “Our Better Manitoba Plan will provide lower taxes, better services and a stronger economy.”