Press Releases


May 21, 2015

The Manitoba government has put new regulations in place to help protect families from false advertising and misleading pricing practices when purchasing a motor vehicle, Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport and Consumer Protection Minister Ron Lemieux announced today.


May 21, 2015

Construction is underway on a new 100-bed, long-term care facility here, Health Minister Sharon Blady announced at a sod-turning ceremony in the community today.


May 20, 2015

Students and families in St. Norbert will soon benefit from new child-care spaces, a new gym and additional classrooms at École Noël Ritchot made possible through provincial investments in Manitoba schools, Premier Greg Selinger announced today.


May 20, 2015

The Manitoba government will introduce amendments to the Veterinary Medical Act today that would ensure pet owners get a clear upfront price for veterinary care and would not face extra or unexpected charges when they pick up their pet, Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport and Consumer Protection Minister Ron Lemieux announced.


May 19, 2015

The Manitoba government has introduced legislation that would require officials to notify current or former employers, as well as professional licensing and regulatory bodies, when an alleged offender is reported to the Adult Abuse Registry, Family Services Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross announced today.


May 19, 2015

Children and youth in inner-city neighbourhoods will benefit from recreation opportunities comparable to those who live in suburban Winnipeg neighbourhoods with a provincial investment of $1.5 million to fund enhanced youth recreation programs, Children and Youth Opportunities Minister Melanie Wight announced today.


May 15, 2015

Manitoba campgrounds are once again ready to welcome campers for another year of enjoying the great outdoors in Manitoba, Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Tom Nevakshonoff announced today.


May 14, 2015

The Manitoba government introduced the wildlife and fisheries amendment act today, which would help protect wildlife, give conservation officers more time and more tools to investigate, and make it easier for people to apply for guide licences, Conservation and Water Stewardship Minister Tom Nevakshonoff announced today.


May 14, 2015

A new Skilled Trades and Technology Centre at Red River College will train up to 1,000 students yearly for good paying jobs and provide industry with the highly trained employees needed to expand and be competitive in a challenging international economy, Premier Greg Selinger and David Rew, interim president and CEO, Red River College, announced today.


May 14, 2015

Health Minister Sharon Blady today congratulated the graduating class of medical students from the University of Manitoba as they embark on the next phase of their journey to practise medicine.


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