Press Releases


May 01, 2015

Effective July 1, airlines offering regularly scheduled commercial passenger flights departing from Manitoba to a destination outside North America can obtain a fuel tax rebate on their taxable jet fuel purchases in the province, Premier Greg Selinger announced today.


May 01, 2015

Earlier today, our NDP government announced new Budget 2015 initiatives for low-income Manitobans, including expanding the Rent Assist benefit to a maximum 75% of the Median Market Rate (MMR).


May 01, 2015

Manitoba’s Budget 2015 will continue to ensure our province attracts record numbers of doctors, nurses and other health care professionals so that Manitoba families get the care they need.


May 01, 2015

Our NDP government’s vision includes building our province for the future, and creating good jobs for young people right here in Manitoba. We are proud to work with the City of Winnipeg to keep services strong and contribute to a thriving capital city.


May 01, 2015

Manitoba’s Budget 2015 delivers on our government’s plan to grow the economy, create good jobs and invest in training for young people, so they can build their lives here at home.


April 30, 2015

Supports for University College of the North (UCN) and trades apprenticeships, in combination with record investments in infrastructure, are important elements of Budget 2015 and the key to northern development, Finance Minister Greg Dewar said today.


April 30, 2015

Budget 2015 builds on the economic success that is driving Manitoba's rural development while keeping life affordable and protecting the front-line services families count on, Finance Minister Greg Dewar announced today.


April 30, 2015

Budget 2015 includes measures to help Manitoba keep the economy strong and help businesses continue to hire and grow, Finance Minister Greg Dewar announced today.


April 30, 2015

Budget 2015 is a plan to deliver on the priorities of Manitoba families - more jobs, better roads and stronger services, Finance Minister Greg Dewar said today.


April 29, 2015

Changes to the provincial cabinet will focus on strengthening government to create more new jobs, building the province's infrastructure and protecting the front-line services that Manitobans depend on, Premier Greg Selinger announced today.


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