Province Announces Historic Investment in Manitoba's Food-Processing Sector

January 18, 2017
The Manitoba government and Roquette today announced a historic investment in the province’s food-processing industry, confirming the France-based company’s plans to build a new,...


Premiers Remain United in their Commitment to a Better Long-Term Federal Health Funding Deal for Canadians

January 17, 2017
Premiers released the following statement related to federal health funding:  Ask any Canadian and they’ll tell you that having access to high quality health care is one of the...


Province Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Ag Days in Brandon

January 17, 2017
BRANDON—Premier Brian Pallister and Agriculture Minister Ralph Eichler attended the 40th anniversary of Ag Days to celebrate the effects of agriculture on Manitoba’s economy here...


Governments Update Farmers on Risk Management Programs for 2017

January 17, 2017
BRANDON—Manitoba farmers will continue to benefit from comprehensive coverage provided through AgriInsurance and the Western Livestock Price Insurance Program in the upcoming season,...


Province Updates Conservation Enforcement Statistics

January 16, 2017
There were 14 vehicles and a total of 44 long-barrel rifles and shotguns seized by Manitoba Conservation officers in 2016 and nearly 50 cases of night hunting or dangerous hunting are moving...


Premier Brian Pallister Delivers Address to Economic Club of Canada

January 13, 2017
TORONTO—At an event here earlier today hosted by the Economic Club of Canada in front of an audience of the country’s leading innovators from business and the public sector, Premier...


Province Announces Affordable Housing for Families Opens in North Point Douglas

January 13, 2017
A new, $7.5-million affordable housing project has opened its doors to families in Winnipeg’s North Point Douglas neighbourhood, Families Minister Scott Fielding announced today. ...


Manitobans Advised to Practise Cold Weather Safety This Winter

January 10, 2017
Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living is reminding Manitobans of health concerns related to colder temperatures.  Exposure to cold can result in health problems such as...


Manitobans Encouraged to Understand Options when Borrowing Money

January 6, 2017
The Consumer Protection Office of Manitoba Justice is encouraging people to be sure they understand all of their options before borrowing money.  After the holidays, consumers may consider...


Naloxone Kit Availability Expanding Across Manitoba

January 3, 2017
Those at risk of an opioid overdose now have access to naloxone kits and other supports in more than nine locations across Manitoba, Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen...