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.
Family Services Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross (centre) joined Manitoba Women’s Advisory Council Chair, Nadia Kidwai (right), and guest speaker Mary van Eerd-Cook (left) for the celebration of International Women’s Day 2015. Ms. Cook works at the Supporting Employment and Economic Development’s (SEED) Saving Circle program, and encouraged women to seek supportive programs like SEED that help them build confidence to achieve financial and personal independence. READ MORE
Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Minister Ron Kostyshyn (centre, back row) joined the Grade 3 class at Joseph Teres School in Winnipeg and Agriculture in the Classroom – Manitoba to proclaim March 1 to 7 as Canadian Agricultural Literacy Week in Manitoba. The minister and his wife joined the class, who have begun their own indoor garden, to read a book about agricultural stewardship and answer students’ questions about their farm.
Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief is joined by Infrastructure and Transportation Minister Ron Kostyshyn in announcing regulation changes now in place that will transform trucking industry when wider tires hit the road.READ MORE
Fisaha Unduche (L) and Steve Topping (R) of the provincial Hydrologic Forecasting centre discuss the February flood outlook.READ MORE
Minister of Education and Advanced Learning Peter Bjornson at the launch of Project 11, an education plan that promotes positive mental health awareness for youth in Manitoba. Project 11 was launched by the Winnipeg Jets True North Foundation in Winnipeg, in memory of former National Hockey League player Rick Rypien.