WINNIPEG – Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger appears optimistic that his NDP government might avoid tax increases as it continues to struggle to balance the budget. 527 more words
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WINNIPEG – The Manitoba New Democrats have retained a long-held seat in a byelection in The Pas, but it was the third straight vote in which NDP support has dropped since the government raised the provincial sales tax. 324 more words
WINNIPEG – Manitoba’s family services minister says she was warned a while ago that kids in care were being kept in jail longer than necessary because of a shortage of appropriate foster care spots. 264 more words
WINNIPEG – Residents of The Pas are heading to the polls to vote in the Manitoba byelection Tuesday.
Three candidates are running for the legislature seat in The Pas – New Democrat Amanda Lathlin, Progressive Conservative Jakob Nasekapow and Liberal Inez Vystrcil-Spence. 181 more words
WINNIPEG – The rebel MLA’s who spoke out against the Premier five months ago have been welcomed back into caucus with full privileges.
Greg Selinger made the announcement following a party retreat this afternoon. 133 more words
WINNIPEG — Avoiding reporters. Eschewing news conferences. Keeping public appearances hush-hush.
Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger has been keeping a low profile at a time when there are questions about whether his caucus can put an end to an internal revolt and govern the province as a united body. 455 more words
WINNIPEG – Two members of Manitoba’s strife-torn NDP government are inviting their fellow MLAs to sign a “pledge of solidarity.”
It’s a further sign of the divisions that remain in the province’s ruling party after a bitterly fought leadership contest. 267 more words