WINNIPEG – Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger will face questions over his government’s budget and calls for an inquiry into an immigration debate when the spring legislature sitting starts Thursday. 618 more words
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ABOVE: Manitoba Budget 2014 highlights
WINNIPEG – A Manitoba budget with little new in it banks on fewer costly emergencies over the next fiscal year and only edges the province toward ending deficit spending. 457 more words
WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government and City of Winnipeg will spend an extra $66 million on street renewal over the next five years, Premier Greg Selinger and Mayor Sam Katz said Wednesday. 201 more words
WINNIPEG – Manitoba’s flood forecasters say provided the weather co-operates, the odds are against flooding in most of the province this spring.
Provincial officials voiced the most concern about frozen ground and culverts causing overland flooding in localized areas in a rapid thaw or during significant spring rainfall. 316 more words
WINNIPEG – Manitoba is exploring becoming one of the first provinces in Canada to force pharmacies to disclose how much people have to pay to get their prescriptions filled. 720 more words
WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s new flood forecaster, Fisaha Unduche, was officially introduced Monday.
“I’m very honoured and pleased,” he said of his appointment.
“He has been living in this province now for 10 years,” said Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Minister Steve Ashton. 262 more words