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Manitoba Liberals release mental health plan

Manitoba Liberals want to see people in critical need of seeing a psychologist covered for the service under Medicare.

Liberal leader Rana Bokhari released the party’s plan to address mental health issues Wednesday, calling it the first plank of an overall platform for a healthier Manitoba. 171 more words

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Manitoba Liberals want tax increase put in infrastructure fund

WINNIPEG – Manitoba Liberals say if they form the next government, they will dedicate all money from the provincial sales tax hike to municipal infrastructure. 90 more words

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Update: Manitoba Liberals would spend tax hike dollars on municipal roads, bridges

Manitoba Liberal Leader Rana Bokhari says she would not rescind the province’s recent sales tax increase if she were elected premier, but would instead use it exclusively for municipal infrastructure. 333 more words

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Former Manitoba Liberal president turns Progressive Conservative

WINNIPEG – A former president of the Manitoba Liberal Party has jumped ship to the Progressive Conservatives and hopes to run under the Tory banner for the Liberals’ only legislature seat. 586 more words

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Rana Bokhari won Manitoba Liberal leadership with least donors

WINNIPEG – Rana Bokhari won the leadership of the Manitoba Liberal Party despite raising less money than her two competitors and topped a rival who had financial help from the previous leader, financial statements filed with Elections Manitoba indicate. 366 more words

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Former Liberal leader Jon Gerrard contributed to potential replacement's campaign

New documents show donations didn’t seem to make a difference in the Manitoba Liberal leadership race.

Financial returns filed with Elections Manitoba show Rana Bokhari won the race last October while receiving the least amount of money from contributors – $8,900. 77 more words

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Manitoba Liberal leader sidelines critics, secures more support

WINNIPEG – Manitoba Liberal Leader Rana Bokhari has emerged from her party’s annual general meeting firmly in control, with her internal critics sidelined for the first time since she took over the helm last October. 493 more words

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