A new five-year strategy will expand the Manitoba government’s ability to deliver restorative justice, better meet the needs of victims of crime and increase community safety, Attorney General Gord Mackintosh announced today.
Manitoba government partners with Winnipeg Blue Bombers to break the silence on violence against women
Bombers Players to be Featured in Public Service Announcements, Youth Education Workshops: Premier Selinger
Winnipeg Blue Bombers players will be featured prominently in a public education program launching in partnership with the Manitoba government to help end violence against women and girls, Premier Greg Selinger announced today.
Program Expansion Further Step in Right Direction to Reduce Transmission, Protect Manitobans from HPV-related Cancer, Regardless of Gender: Minister Blady
In an effort to keep Manitobans healthy and reduce the number of new cancer cases, the province’s Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Immunization Program will be expanded starting next year to include both males and females, Health Minister Sharon Blady announced today.
Manitoba first province to sign right to healthy environment declaration championed by Dr. David Suzuki
The Manitoba government will invest $400,000 over the next two years in the new Prairie Climate Centre at the University of Winnipeg, Premier Greg Selinger announced today, adding that Manitoba also becomes the first Canadian province to sign the Blue Dot Declaration put forward by the David Suzuki Foundation, which demonstrates the province’s commitment to a healthy environment for all Manitobans.
Strategy Helps Non-profits Improve Services: Minister Irvin-Ross
The Manitoba government is expanding the opportunity for stable funding and reduced red tape for non-profit organizations, allowing them to focus on delivering important services to the communities they serve, Family Services Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross, minister responsible for non-profits, announced today.