Manitoba remains strong and stable with growing businesses and a good quality of life. A steady growing economy, more training opportunities and good jobs help build an even brighter future for Manitoba families.
Flor Marcelino, Minister of Multiculturalism and Literacy represents Manitoba at the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Hudson’s Bay Archives to the province.READ MORE
L to R: Jobs and the Economy Minister Theresa Oswald, Infrastructure and Transportation Minister Steve Ashton and Manitoba Heavy Construction Association President Chris Lorenc discuss the first annual report on Manitoba's core infrastructure investments. READ MORE
Multiculturalism and Literacy Minister Flor Marcelino visited the Ukrainian Cultural Education Centre to announce new grants for ethnocultural organizations to support diversity and multiculturalism. The minister is pictured here with Sophia Kachor, Executive Director of the Ukrainian Cultural Education Centre, and Oksana Bondarchuk, President, Ukrainian Canadian Congress (Manitoba Provincial Council).READ MORE
Health Minister Erin Selby announced today that families in southwest Winnipeg will soon see a new ACCESS centre developed in Fort Garry to provide improved access to care and services in their neighbourhood. The Minister is seen during the sod-turning ceremony (second from the right) in company of (l-r) Education and Advanced Learning Minister James Allum, Réal Cloutier, vice-president and chief operating officer, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Mrs. Mary Evans, Family Services Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross, (Minister Selby), and MLA for St-Norbert Dave Gaudreau.READ MORE
L-R MLAs Jim Maloway, Matt Wiebe and Bidhu Jha join Infrastructure and Transportation Minister Steve Ashton in announcing an open house to review plans for the new interchange at PTH 59 and the North Perimeter. READ MORE