Manitoba politics

Bill 18 divisive at legislature

Manitoba’s anti-bullying bill (Bill 18) has caused a debate within the province of Manitoba that is dividing, rather than uniting, citizens. Hearings discussing the bill…


Neville given 90 days for new strategy

In an effort to create a new taxpayer subsidization system for funding political parties in Manitoba, the Selinger government has enlisted the help of William…


local news briefs

Bill C-10 opponents occupy minister’s office Several protesters “occupied” Manitoba justice minister Andrew Swan’s constituency office last weekend in protest of Swan’s support the federal…


local news briefs

Restaurant goers may be able to bring own wine in a week As of Nov. 1, restaurants in Manitoba will be able to allow customers…


Voter turnout increases . . .

Despite Elections Manitoba’s efforts, the drive to increase voter turnout in this year’s provincial election was not enough to raise voter turnout much more that…



Local Briefs

Greens allowed in televised debate The Manitoba Green party’s efforts to get leader James Beddome into the televised debates on Friday have paid off. Beddome…




Simply a good guy

Take it from a guy who served sandwiches at the Legislature; one of the candidates for premier is, quite simply, a good guy. Now that…