PC Caucus Review


Caucus Review – June 2022

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.


Caucus Review – January 2022

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.


Caucus Review – December 2021

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

News Releases


Functional Design Study to Rebuild PR 215 in Beausejour Announced, Interim Repaving of Park Avenue Imminent

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. […]


New PC Caucus Chair Announced

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 […]


Province Adds Nursing Education Seats In Brandon

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.