The Tories have now had a year to ferret out the problems and the problem-makers in government. It’s now time to roll out the remedies and set Manitoba on a fast track to recovery.
It’s summer and you’d think it was time to put all those nagging issues away for a while and concentrate on sunshine, flowers and the beauty of nature. Still, issues don’t go away – issues such as that troubling downgrade by Standard and Poor’s and what it means for and about our provincial economy.
Premier Brian Pallister made us a promise when he came into office to officiate “the most improved province” in Canada at the end of his rule. I suspect that the downgrade is a message that our lenders expect more. Continue reading Time to get tough→
The Big Brother approach to welfare by the NDP is too intrusive, costs a ton to administer and leaves many people out in the cold – literally.
Winnipeggers are still in shock over the senseless murder of two resourceless men near Portage Avenue during the last week of April. One was living on the street; the other was classed as “vulnerable”, presumably he had a mental illness. This is simply not good enough in a rich and privileged society such as ours.