Press Releases


July 31, 2015

Manitobans are invited to celebrate the first official Terry Fox Day in the province on Monday, Aug. 3 to honour the Winnipeg native and Canadian icon’s memory and legacy, Health Minister Sharon Blady said today at the unveiling of the Terry Fox Day display at the Legislative Building.


July 30, 2015

Thirty front-line paramedics will be hired to provide better care closer to home for families in the Prairie Mountain Health and Southern Health–Santé Sud regional health authorities, Premier Greg Selinger announced here today.


July 30, 2015

A new primary care centre in Swan River’s former McKay Building will offer Swan River Valley families better health-care services, Premier Greg Selinger announced here today.


July 28, 2015

The Manitoba government will renew funding for three additional years for the High Performance Athlete Development Initiative (HPADI), Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport and Consumer Protection Minister Ron Lemieux announced today.


July 28, 2015

The Manitoba government will invest $243,900 to promote francophone tourism attractions and experiences, Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport and Consumer Protection Minister Ron Lemieux announced today.


July 27, 2015

Patients will have access to an additional 54 new drugs through the Manitoba Pharmacare Program, including the highly effective Holkira Pak for the treatment of hepatitis C, Health Minister Sharon Blady announced today.


July 27, 2015

The Manitoba government is helping Manitobans gain the skills necessary to pursue self-employment in the child-care sector by establishing their own licensed family child-care homes, Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief announced today.


July 22, 2015

More than 160 local Winnipeg roads have received improvements in 2015 due to investments by the Manitoba government and the City of Winnipeg including more than 25 projects for the southern region of the city, Municipal Government Minister Drew Caldwell and Acting Deputy Mayor Janice Lukes, City of Winnipeg, announced today.


July 12, 2015

The governments of Canada and Manitoba are working together to help create jobs for close to 100 unemployed older workers in western Manitoba through the Targeted Initiative for Older Workers (TIOW) program, Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief announced here today along with Larry Maguire, member of parliament, Brandon-Souris.


July 12, 2015

The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation Act was given royal assent today, making the University of Manitoba the official home to the National Centre on Indian Residential Schools, Premier Greg Selinger announced today.


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