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Winnipeggers plan to rally against hatred Saturday

Hundreds of Winnipeggers are expected to congregate outside one of the city’s most famous buildings Saturday afternoon as they unite against hate.

‘Winnipeg’s Diversity Rally Against Hate’ takes place at the Manitoba Legislature at 2 p.m.  113 more words


Steve Ashton to run for leadership of Manitoba NDP

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba New Democrat leadership race is about to get a second candidate.

Steve Ashton, a longtime former cabinet minister, confirmed Tuesday night he is throwing his hat in the ring for the opposition party leadership that will be decided Sept. 369 more words


Unveiling of Painting of Daryl Reid; Manitoba Legislature (Winnipeg Photographers)

I love the variety in my job as a photographer. I do portraits of babies, children, families, head shots, weddings and the list goes on and on. 84 more words

Winnipeg Photographers

Andrew Swan endorses Wab Kinew for Manitoba NDP leadership

Author, indigenous activist and rookie politician Wab Kinew has picked up more support in his bid to become leader of the Manitoba New Democrats.

Andrew Swan, a former justice minister who has held a legislature seat since 2004, says he believes Kinew can reunite the party and attract voters. 361 more words


Dougald Lamont running for helm of Manitoba Liberals

The race for the leadership of the Manitoba Liberal Party has a second candidate.

Dougald Lamont says he is entering the race that will be decided at the party’s Oct. 116 more words


Omnibus bill proposes changes to provincial funding for city transit, infrastructure

WINNIPEG — Manitoba municipalities are losing some of the guarantees they have when it comes to provincial funding for transit and infrastructure.

An omnibus budget bill before the legislature would eliminate a requirement for the province to fund at least 50 per cent of municipal transit operating costs each year. 234 more words


Exception in new bill could see freeze in Manitoba minimum wage during recessions

WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative government is planning to raise the province’s minimum wage every year along with the rate of inflation.

A bill now before the legislature would see the minimum wage increased every Oct. 104 more words