Manitobans Encouraged to Make Their Holiday a Walk in The Park

December 15, 2017
The holiday season is the perfect time to enjoy outdoor winter fun and Manitobans are reminded to take advantage of all the great outdoor opportunities available in provincial parks, Sustainable...


Province Announces new President and CEO for Manitoba Public Insurance

December 15, 2017
Benjamin Graham will become the new president and chief executive officer of Manitoba Public Insurance effective Feb. 1, 2018, Premier Brian Pallister announced today. “Mr. Graham...


Premier Brian Pallister and Minister of Sport, Culture and Heritage Cathy Cox pose with members of the International Curling Centre of Excellence committee.

Manitoba Announces Committee to Develop International Curling Centre of Excellence

December 15, 2017
Manitoba is sliding closer to establishing an International Curling Centre of Excellence (ICCE) by selecting the committee that will help guide its development, Premier Brian Pallister and...


Province Announces Indigenous Education Roundtables to Strengthen Support for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students

December 15, 2017
The Manitoba government is holding a series of full-day Indigenous education roundtables in Winnipeg, Brandon and Thompson to strengthen education outcomes for First Nations, Métis and...


Manitoba Modernizing Access to Agricultural Crown Lands to Meet Commitments to New West Partnership Trade Agreement

December 13, 2017
New regulations will update Manitoba’s approach to managing agricultural Crown lands to ensure compliance with the New West Partnership Trade Agreement, with changes that will provide more...


Province Announces Information on Plans for Flood Route North of the Town of Morris

December 12, 2017
Manitoba Infrastructure has developed a PTH 75 flood route for the area north of Morris. The new proposed solution for Manitoba’s main route to the United States during a significant...


Berens River Road Provides Year Round Transportation Option for First Nation and Northern Affairs Community

December 12, 2017
BERENS RIVER FIRST NATION—An all-weather road linking Berens River with the Bloodvein First Nation and the provincial highway network is now in service, Infrastructure Minister Ron...


Province Accepts Recommendations Following Ombudsman Investigation into Privacy Breach

December 12, 2017
Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living is taking steps to further strengthen internal privacy processes and protocols following the receipt and review of a Manitoba ombudsman’s report...


Province Announces Funding for Community Development Programs

December 11, 2017
The province will be providing more than $2.6 million in grants to projects for non-profit and community-led organizations, community-driven neighbourhood revitalization, and local community...


New First Street Bridge Completed in Brandon

December 8, 2017
Brandon’s new First Street Bridge, featuring two twin-lane spans, is now fully open to traffic, Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler announced today. “We thank the people of...


Northern Manitoba Tourism Strategy Aims to Engage Visitors in Canada's Northern Heartland

December 8, 2017
THE PAS—The Manitoba government and Travel Manitoba have launched the new Northern Manitoba Tourism Strategy, a five-year plan to increase northern tourism expenditures by $35 million,...


Legislative Session Charts New Course, Focused on Long-term, Sustainable Measures

December 8, 2017
The Manitoba government introduced several legislative measures focused on fixing the province’s finances, improving services, and rebuilding the economy during the fall sitting of the...


Province Advises Emerald Ash Borer Found in Winnipeg

December 7, 2017
Manitoba Sustainable Development advises the emerald ash borer (EAB) has been found in Winnipeg. This highly destructive forest-pest is a wood-boring beetle that has been found in Quebec...


Premier Announces New Approach for Manitoba's Economic Development in State of Province Address to Local Business Leaders

December 7, 2017
Premier Brian Pallister today announced that two of Manitoba’s most accomplished business leaders have been recruited to lead the government’s efforts to craft a bold and modern...


Province Proposes Changes to Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act to Increase Transparency and Accountability

December 6, 2017
The Manitoba government is introducing changes to the public sector compensation disclosure act that would better inform Manitobans on how their tax dollars are spent, Finance Minister...


Province Proposes Amendments to Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Act

December 6, 2017


Province Announces New Appointment to Manitoba Securities Commission

December 6, 2017
Manitoba Finance has appointed a new member to the Manitoba Securities Commission (MSC). Andrea Martens has been appointed for a three-year term, effective Dec. 29.  Martens is an...


Province Appoints New Members to Board of Directors for the Keystone Centre

December 6, 2017
Manitoba Municipal Relations has appointed two new members to the Keystone Centre board of directors. Jeff Cristall (Brandon) is a valuations and corporate finance consultant with MNP. ...


Manitoba Introduces Measures to Responsibly Control Retail Sales of Cannabis

December 5, 2017
The Manitoba government is introducing new legislation today that would set out where and how legal cannabis may be sold, with additional measures to protect young Manitobans and...


Manitoba Improves Access to Government Notices

December 4, 2017
Sport, Culture and Heritage Minister Cathy Cox is proposing legislative amendments that would improve access to various government notices by publishing them online and free of charge on a...


Manitoba Government Releases Background Information from Health System Sustainability and Innovation Review

December 4, 2017
The Manitoba government is releasing significant portions of the KPMG Health System Sustainability and Innovation Review (HSIR) including sections containing recommendations implemented and...


Province Introduces Legislation that would Modernize Appointed Agencies, Boards and Commissions

December 4, 2017


Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler (R) and flood forecaster Fisaha Unduche discuss the 2017 Fall Conditions Report.

Province Issues 2017 Fall Conditions Report

December 4, 2017
A new report indicates soil moisture levels are normal to drier than normal in most of Manitoba, Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler announced today. “We have several months before the...


Wishart Announces Major Addition and Renovation at La Salle School

December 1, 2017
LA SALLE—Students and families in La Salle and the surrounding community will soon benefit from a major addition and renovation at La Salle School that includes a new stand-alone...