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  • SPENDING BINGE: Fed budget offers help to biz, but it’s reckless plan, says taxpayers federation
    par Josh Aldrich le 19/04/2021 à 11:52

    Manitoba business organizations are applauding the federal budget for the expansion of specific supports to help the businesses ride out the pandemic into recovery. The budget outlines $12 billion in business supports which includes the expansion of the federal wage and rent subsidies as well as […]

  • Manitoba laments lack of improved health funding, no debt plan in federal budget
    par Josh Aldrich le 19/04/2021 à 11:39

    Manitoba Finance Minister Scott Fielding was disappointed there was no adjustment to the Canada health transfer agreement in Monday’s Federal Budget. The budget was the first in two years out of Ottawa and forecasted a $154.7 billion deficit to build off of the $354.2 billion deficit from […]

  • ‘LAST CHANCE’: Manitoba tightens COVID-19 restrictions to try to prevent another full lockdown
    par Josh Aldrich le 19/04/2021 à 10:19

    An ultimatum has been levied on Manitobans, fall in line and follow health orders or else. The or else is a return to a third full lockdown, similar to what was in place in November until February and which are currently greatly still in place. Dr. Brent Roussin, chief provincial public health […]

  • Manitoba approves AstraZeneca for those over 40
    par Mark Hamm le 19/04/2021 à 10:04

    Manitoba has joined Alberta and Ontario in offering the AstraZeneca vaccine to all Manitobans aged 40 and over, effective immediately, the province announced Monday morning. “Tens of thousands of doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine remain in clinics and pharmacies across the province, which is […]

  • Winnipeg may soon have new infill housing standards
    par James Snell le 19/04/2021 à 9:35

    The City is close to ratifying new regulations for infill development in Winnipeg neighbourhoods, while questions remain about the environmental benefits of infill housing. The matter pivots on the City’s Climate Action Plan, which aims to significantly increase residential density as the […]

  • Manitoba introduces bill to remove education tax from property tax bills
    par Josh Aldrich le 19/04/2021 à 9:21

    Finance Minister Scott Fielding introduced a bill to begin phasing out education tax from property tax bills, though it is not guaranteed to pass before the end of the spring session. Bill 71 (The Education Property Tax Reduction Act) will allow for a 25% reduction of school tax through a rebate on […]

  • Jets have been good against everyone except Edmonton, which could be a problem for playoffs
    par Ted Wyman le 19/04/2021 à 9:00

    There’s a glaring statistic regarding the Winnipeg Jets that has to cast doubt on their potential for a long playoff run. The Jets are 2-5 against the Edmonton Oilers this season and have lost four straight games against their long-time rivals. Winnipeg has scored just five goals, combined, […]

  • Manitoba pledges $25 million for downtown Bay building restoration
    par Josh Aldrich le 19/04/2021 à 8:22

    The province’s $25 million for the old Hudson’s Bay building will be held in trust by The Winnipeg Foundation and will be geared toward restoration and preservation of the iconic 95-year-old building. The hope is the fund will encourage more investment from other levels of government or […]

  • Manitoba reports 108 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, no new deaths
    par Mark Hamm le 19/04/2021 à 8:19

    Manitoba is reporting 108 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths on Monday, while the province was issuing new health restrictions. The current five-day COVID-19 test positivity rate is 5.7% provincially and 5.7% in Winnipeg (both numbers up slightly over Sunday). Winnipeg hosted the greatest […]

  • Check stop in place at Ontario border
    par Mark Hamm le 19/04/2021 à 8:17

    MANITOBA-ONTARIO BORDER — In a place usually meant to welcome travellers on the Trans-Canada Highway, the flashing lights of cruisers were seen on Monday morning as police officers questioned motorists at a check stop at the Ontario-Manitoba border. Amid rising COVID-19 case counts […]

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