With news last week that invasive zebra mussels have been found in Clear Lake at Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba’s new environment and natural resources ministers must take immediate action to stop their spread, and avoid a repeat of the mismanagement that allowed the mussels to infest Manitoba waterways in the first place.
Manitoba Progressive Conservatives are calling on the NDP government to remove all provincial gas tax from all fuels and give Manitobans a permanent tax break at the pump in the new year.
Manitobans come together today to honour victims of the Holodomor—the genocidal starvation of millions of Ukrainians at the hands of Joseph Stalin and his brutal Soviet regime.
As legislators return to work next week, many are asking: how does the NDP plan to end violent crime and the cycle of catch-and-release on Manitoba streets?
As we mark Remembrance Day, we reflect on the ultimate sacrifice made by thousands of Canadians in uniform, across generations, in pursuit of peace and freedom at home and around the world.
The Manitoba PC Caucus congratulates the Honourable Tom Lindsey on becoming Speaker of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, and looks forward to working alongside him for all Manitobans.
Manitoba PCs are calling on the NDP government to immediately cancel the federal carbon tax on heating bills for Manitoba families and businesses, and will bring forward a private members’ resolution this fall calling for the tax to stop being charged and collected through Manitoba Hydro
“Manitobans expect their leaders to stand up for them no matter what—not just when it’s popular,” said Finance Critic Obby Khan
The Manitoba PC Caucus announced the Shadow Cabinet of the Official Opposition to serve Manitobans and hold the new NDP government to account.
Twenty-two PC MLAs from across Manitoba were formally sworn in as the Official Opposition during a ceremony at the Legislature on Monday.
Leader Heather Stefanson committed the PC Caucus to hold Wab Kinew and his NDP government to account for their unrealistic promises—from building and staffing a dozen new medical facilities, to balancing the budget without raising taxes.
After seven years of PC governance, Wab Kinew and the NDP inherit one of the fastest growing economies in Canada, with a balanced budget and record investments in health care, education, infrastructure, public safety, and affordability for Manitobans.
On the last day of the Legislative session, Manitoba’s PC caucus reflects on some historic moments in the Legislature over the course of this term. “This 42nd Legislature was full of historic help for Manitobans, much-needed tax savings measures, and historic firsts in Manitoba,” said Ron Schuler, PC Caucus Chair. “I’m proud of the work […]
Today’s vote showed that the NDP have no respect for police or municipalities: Schuler Wab Kinew’s NDP voted against a resolution today calling on the federal government to adequately support Manitoba municipalities following 23 per cent RCMP salary increases. “We believe in defending, not defunding, our police,” said Ron Schuler, PC Caucus Chair. “We support […]
NDP priorities are for themselves, not Manitobans: Schuler After claiming to be winding down his work as a lawyer, part-time MLA for Fort Garry Mark Wasyliw was missing in action for Earth Week to be in court, while our PC Team was busy fighting for Manitobans, PC Caucus Chair Ron Schuler mentioned today. “How can […]
Latest NDP attacks full of hypocrisy; show glimpse of what a Wab Kinew Manitoba would look like: Schuler
Families should be given an appropriate amount of time to grieve: Micklefield
Preventing the re-traumatization of Intimate Partner Violence survivors: Michaleski
Historic Help for Manitobans with Budget 2023. Stronger communities with the Arts, Culture and Sport in Community Fund. A new seniors strategy to support Manitoba seniors.
Manitobans deserve to have full-time MLAs: Schuler
We defend Manitobans, not alleged multi-million dollar cocaine traffickers: Schuler Manitoba’s PC Caucus is disappointed to learn that NDP MLA for Fort Garry, Mark Wasyliw, is once again moonlighting to defend alleged criminals who make our streets less safe. Mark Wasyliw is on record as the lawyer arguing an alleged large cocaine trafficker should not […]
Manitobans deserve transparency and accountability in all of their local representation: Isleifson
Commitment Needs to Result in Action: Schuler
PC Caucus Review Kevin Klein Sworn In as Kirkfield Park MLA Manitoba’s PC Caucus is excited to welcome another MLA into the fold, with the election of Kevin Klein on December 13, 2022. He was officially sworn in on December 23, 2022. Kevin had a successful career as a business executive, and is a former […]
Excited to continue working hard for the residents of Kirkfield Park: Klein Kevin Klein has been officially sworn-in as the MLA for Kirkfield Park, following the by-election held on December 13, 2022. “I’m thrilled to represent Manitobans once again,” said Klein. “This area is very close to my heart, and we’ve accomplished a lot together […]
Only our PC Team is committed to stopping using Hydro as the government’s cash cow: MLA Teitsma A media release from Manitoba Hydro today announced that the utility is reducing its rate application to just two percent for the next two years. We are reducing the water power rental fee and the debt guarantee fee […]
Bill will ban pets being left in hot or freezing vehicles, hold people accountable: MLA Khan Obby Khan, MLA for Fort Whyte, introduced the Animal Care Amendment Act, which will ban pets being left vehicles during hot or freezing temperatures if the vehicle’s climate control is not running. “This is an important bill that people […]
This past year, Premier Heather Stefanson has helped make life more affordable, made Manitoba more competitive, reduced the surgical and diagnostic backlog and helped make our communities safer. Our government has been working hard and getting results on behalf of Manitobans. “We have been making real progress helping more Manitobans make ends meet. This year, […]
Manitoba’s PC Caucus unanimously passed a resolution today calling on Ottawa to take further steps to help support Iranians, who are experiencing constant oppression and civil unrest due to the protests and conflict in Iran. On September 16, 2022, Mahsa Amini was arrested and murdered by Iranian police because she stood up for her basic […]
Winnipeg, MB – Brandon East MLA Len Isleifson is proud to have passed the Drivers and Vehicles Amendment Act, which expands the eligible veterans who can get veteran poppy license plates to include active members of the Canadian Forces who have: honourably served for at least one year; been honourably discharged; or are a former […]
Ian Wishart, MLA for Portage La Prairie, brought forward a private member’s resolution today calling on the NDP-Liberal coalition in Ottawa to abandon their plan to create arbitrary fertilizer reduction targets. “Justin Trudeau and the NDP-Liberal coalition’s plan to impose fertilizer reduction targets is totally irresponsible during a time of food insecurity and high inflation,” […]
Making Life More Affordable for Families Inflation impacts us all, and our PC Government is committed to helping Manitobans combat rising costs with our new $87-million Family Affordability Package. This includes programs to help families with children, low-income seniors, and Manitobans in need the most.Families with a household income below $175,000 will be receiving an […]
$2 Million for New CT Scanner in Swan Valley Our PC Government remains committed to strengthening our healthcare system, and this month we announced a $2 million investment in a new CT scanner for the Swan Valley Health Centre.This investment will not only benefit Swan Valley, but surrounding communities as well as it provides a […]
Our government is proud to announced the next step in properly rebuilding Park Avenue, also calledPR 215, in Beausejour starting with a functional design study. Manitoba Infrastructure will use this study to address all ongoing issues on the road, including pavement surface and curb work, improving turning movements, improving parking and drainage improvements, among others. […]
This past month our PC Government committed $50 million towards the Heath Science Centre (HSC) Foundation’s Operation Excellence, the largest campaign in the foundation’s 46-year history as well as $2.5 million to fund searches for Indigenous children. The Manitoba PC Party also saw huge success at the annual Spring Gala with hundreds of proud supporters in attendance.
Winnipeg, MB – The Manitoba PC Caucus is excited to announce that Midland MLA Blaine Pedersen willbecome the new Chair for the Manitoba PC Caucus following Riding Mountain MLA Greg Nesbitt’sappointment to cabinet. “I am honoured to start this new role and continue working hard for Manitobans on behalf of our entire PC Caucus,” said […]
Our government has signed agreements and put new initiatives in place to build capacity for women’s health, diagnostics and spine surgery since the launch of the Diagnostic and Surgical Recovery Task Force. “The task force quickly built capacity in some key areas as we build a stronger and more responsive system here in Manitoba,” said Health Minister Audrey Gordon.
Brandon, MB – Len Isleifson, MLA for Brandon East, is pleased to highlight a provincial investment of $19.5 million to add nursing seats across the province, including an additional 32 registered nursing and registered psychiatric nursing seats at Brandon University and 55 licensed practical nursing seats through Assiniboine Community College.
Premier Stefanson delivered her inaugural State of the Province address on December 2nd to nearly 1,200 members of Manitoba’s business community, reaffirming her government’s vision and plans for a strong economic and social recovery
SHOAL LAKE, MB – Greg Nesbitt, MLA for Riding Mountain, is pleased to announce improvements by Manitoba Infrastructure to three sections of Provincial Truck Highway (PTH) 10 from Minnedosa to Riding Mountain National Park.
Premier Heather Stefanson and Health Minister Audrey Gordon announced the province is ready to launch the next phase of its vaccine campaign to protect children ages five to 11 from COVID-19. Pending Health Canada’s approval of the pediatric Pfizer vaccine and the National Advisory Council’s anticipated recommendation, Manitoba will be ready to roll out the next phase of the provincewide #ProtectMB vaccine campaign.
Alternative Throne Speech which ignores their record on healthcare in Manitoba.
“The former NDP government left our healthcare system in disarray after 17 years of mismanagement, leading to the longest wait times in the country,” said MLA Smith.