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Manitoba Liberal leader plans run for legislature in Fort Rouge

WINNIPEG – Manitoba Liberal Leader Rana Bokhari has announced she plans to run for a legislature seat in the Fort Rouge constituency in Winnipeg.

Bokhari, a lawyer, was chosen Liberal leader in 2013 but has never held public office. 354 more words


Manitoba Liberals would ban so-called LGBTQ 'conversion therapy'

The Manitoba Liberal Party says it would ban so-called LGBTQ conversion therapy if elected to government in the next provincial election.

In a press release sent to media Tuesday Liberal leader Rana Bokhari said the therapy—which the World Health Organization has called ‘a serious threat to the health and well-being’ of affected people—has no place in Manitoba. 168 more words


Manitoba NDP support steady after fractious leadership race: poll

WINNIPEG – Support for the Manitoba NDP has remained virtually steady after the party went through a contentious leadership race in which Premier Greg Selinger narrowly held onto power, a new poll says. 248 more words


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


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


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


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