Manitoba Announces Call for Emergency Management Exemplary Service Award Nominees

January 17, 2018
Nominations are open for the national Emergency Management Exemplary Service Award (EMESA), recognizing individuals who have advanced the concepts of emergency management, Infrastructure...


Manitoba to Improve Support for Survivors of Sexual Violence Through New Training and Resources

January 17, 2018
The Manitoba government is moving forward with several new initiatives to improve support for survivors of sexual violence, Justice Minister Heather Stefanson announced...


Province Selects Public Sector Expert to Conduct Mandatory Review of The Accessibility for Manitobans Act

January 16, 2018
Manitoba Families advises a Manitoban with a long history in the public sector has been selected to perform a comprehensive and mandatory review of The Accessibility for Manitobans Act....


Governments Announce Improvements to AgriInsurance for 2018 Growing Season

January 16, 2018
BRANDON—Manitoba farmers will continue to benefit from expanded, comprehensive coverage through AgriInsurance in the upcoming year, Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay and...


Governments Focus on Shared Agricultural Priorities, Sign Five-year Multilateral Agreement

January 15, 2018
The Manitoba government has officially signed a multilateral agreement with the Government of Canada to implement a new five-year agricultural policy called the Canadian Agricultural...


Province Announces New Appointments to Manitoba Human Rights Commission

January 15, 2018
Manitoba Justice has appointed two new members to the Manitoba Human Rights Commission (MHRC) and selected a new vice-chair. The MHRC is responsible for administering The Human Rights Code...


Province Proclaims Third Week in January Women's Equality Week

January 15, 2018
The Manitoba government is promoting gender equality and highlighting women’s achievements in the province by proclaiming the third week in January Women’s Equality Week,...


Province Establishes Steering Committee to Oversee Implementation of Look North Recommendations

January 15, 2018
A northern steering committee has been established to help co-ordinate and oversee the next steps and implementation of the Look North Report and Action Plan for Manitoba’s Northern...


Province Announces Plans for Major Repairs to Churchill Town Centre Complex

January 14, 2018
CHURCHILL—The Manitoba government will fund significant repairs and other necessary restoration work at the Churchill Town Centre Complex and its theatre, Finance Minister Cameron...


Province Extends Freeze on Cottage Fees

January 12, 2018
The Manitoba government has extended its moratorium on increases to park land lease and service fees for cottages in provincial parks for another two years, Sustainable Development Minister...


Province to Consult With Manitobans on The Pension Benefits Act Review

January 10, 2018
The Pension Commission of Manitobahas reviewed the province’s pension laws in an initiative to update and strengthen the existing pension system, Finance Minister Cameron Friesen...


Province Invests in Improvements for Internet Service in the North

January 9, 2018
The government of Manitoba is making a contribution valued at up to $20 million to provide increased broadband connection to First Nations, rural and northern Manitoba communities, Premier Brian...


Province Supports Creation of Industry-based Safety Program for Self-insured Employers

January 4, 2018
The Manitoba government is partnering with SAFE Work Manitoba to develop an industry-based safety program (IBSP) for self-insured employers that will facilitate collaboration between a number of...


Province Invites Ideas for Landmark Social Impact Bond

January 2, 2018