Articles in Province of Manitoba News Release

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on March 29, 2023
Province Invests 1.2 Billion For Health-Care Capital Projects Across Manitoba
on March 29, 2023
Substantive construction to expand Brandon Regional Health Centre (BHRC) began last fall, following the completion of work on an adjacent parking lot. Piling for the building expansion has since been completed and foundation work is underway. ... Read full article
Nearly 7 million in funding will go towards strengthening existing services, helping those experiencing homelessness, and providing support to prevent homelessness across Manitoba.... Read full article
by Province of Manitoba Government News on March 28, 2023
Province Allocates 50 Million + To Highway Repairs in Westman
by Province of Manitoba Government News on March 28, 2023
Capital project highlights in the plan include: $10.3 million for 1.6 km of surface rehabilitation of the Trans-Canada Highway from Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 10 to PTH 1A (rear south service road)... Read full article
on March 10, 2023
We Spring Forward This Sunday
on March 10, 2023
A reminder to set your clocks ahead one hour before bed time Saturday night. It's also a good idea to check the batteries in your home's smoke detectors. ... Read full article
on March 10, 2023
Province Vows to Make it Harder For Violent Offenders to Obtain Bail
on March 10, 2023
Following calls for bail reform from provincial and territorial justice ministers last fall and Canada’s premiers earlier this year, federal Justice Minister David Lametti committed today to introduce legislative changes as early as this session...... Read full article
by Province of Manitoba Government News on March 3, 2023
$10-A-DAY CHILD CARE SOON A REALITY FOR FAMILIES IN MANITOBA
by Province of Manitoba Government News on March 3, 2023
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, and Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson, today announced that Manitoba will achieve an average of $10-a-day regulated child care on April 2 – three years ahead of the national target. ... Read full article
by Province of Manitoba Government News on March 1, 2023
Minimum Wage Goes Up Again Next Month
by Province of Manitoba Government News on March 1, 2023
The Small Business Minimum Wage Adjustment Program was introduced to provide support to small businesses to help offset the impact of the minimum wage increase on Oct. 1, 2022, to $13.50 per hour from $11.95 per hour.... Read full article
on February 28, 2023
Hundreds of New Housing Projects in Province's Plan of Action on Homelessness
on February 28, 2023
The whole-of-government strategy, A Place for Everyone, provides for a community-wide approach to help people find and retain housing. It focuses on strengthening existing services, helping people transition out of homelessness, and increasing...... Read full article
on February 23, 2023
Province Funding More EV Charging Stations
on February 23, 2023
Eco-West Canada is receiving $150,000 to expand the EV charging network across Manitoba. The project will partner with six municipalities to support the procurement and installation of seven new Level 3 chargers.... Read full article
on February 17, 2023
Officials Expect Assiniboine River Levels to Rise This Spring
on February 17, 2023
The final release of 700 cfs will raise Assiniboine River water levels by one to two feet between the Shellmouth Dam and Brandon. The province will continue to monitor conditions in the upper Assiniboine River as well as downstream river levels.... Read full article
by Province of Manitoba Government News on February 13, 2023
Free Entry To Manitoba's Provincial Parks Includes Free Ice Fishing
by Province of Manitoba Government News on February 13, 2023
From Feb. 18 to Feb. 20, anglers may fish without a licence in the province, except in national parks where a federal angling licence is still required. Anglers may retain up to a conservation licence limit of fish... Read full article
by Province of Manitoba News Release on February 5, 2023
There is no need to apply. The Manitoba government will not contact you about this program. Cheques will be mailed by Manitoba Finance to the recipient's address as reflected on their 2021 tax return.... Read full article
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