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News Release - Manitoba

November 30, 2021


Public meetings begin this week and an online survey is now available for Manitobans to provide input to help shape Budget 2022, Finance Minister Scott Fielding announced today.

“It’s important as we prepare for Budget 2022 that we hear from as many Manitobans as possible on their priorities,” said Fielding. “The online survey is an accessible way for those wishing to participate in the budget process to provide their feedback and share which government priority is most important to them and their families.”

In addition to the online survey at, Manitobans can pre-register to reserve a spot for an in-person meeting or to receive a phone call to participate in a telephone town hall. Participants of the in-person sessions will be expected to practise physical distancing, wear a mask and provide proof of vaccination.

To register by phone for a budget public engagement meeting, call Manitoba Government Inquiry at 204-945-3744 or toll-free at 1-866-626-4862.

Manitobans can also email comments and ideas to or mail written submissions to:

Minister of Finance c/o budget engagement

103 - 450 Broadway

Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0V8

Further information on Budget 2022 public engagement is available at

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