Manitobans want to maintain education property taxes to pay for public education

January 20, 2023 

For Immediate Release (Winnipeg, Treaty One): Manitobans want the provincial government to keep the money earmarked for the Education Property Tax Rebate and spend it on public services instead, finds a Probe Research poll.

January 12, 2023

Manitoba Needs Programs like BUILD

A version of this article was published in the Winnipeg Free Press January 11, 2022

Manitoba’s fiscal update shows the province can do more to help with affordability

For Immediate Release (Winnipeg, Treaty One): As CCPA predicted (1), the mid-year fiscal update released today shows the Provincial Manitoba budget is in surplus, demonstrating the province can do more to help those struggling with the affordability crisis.

Choice, Inclusion, Social Justice: Get Ready for the Battle!

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Access to reproductive health services is a social justice issue. Such access helps guarantee the right of “security of the person” for women. During the 1980’s, in Manitoba and Canada, there was a protracted reproductive choice campaign that resulted, in 1988, in the elimination of the law restricting abortion services in Canada. The struggle for reproductive health services and reproductive choice has continued since then. To expand and entrench access to reproductive health, including access to abortion services, there is still much to be done. We will need to organize to prepare our community for the onslaught against reproductive health services that is bound to come to Canada from the United States.

Ellen Kruger is a long-time women’s health activist. She was founding board chair of the Women’s Health Clinic which opened in 1981 and the chairwoman of and spokesperson for the Coalition for Reproductive Choice from 1981 to 1989.

Kemlin Nembhard is the Executive Director of the Women’s Health Clinic in Winnipeg.

Crowd Funding for Public Education?

Manitoba refuses to lower child care fees

November 30, 2022
For Immediate Release (Winnipeg): Across Canada, parents see their childcare fees drop. But
this is not happening in Manitoba. More than a year after the Manitoba government signed
onto the federal government’s national child care agreement, families in Manitoba have not
seen their childcare fees reduced.

Climate Action Requires Provincial Leadership

Minimum Wage increase in Manitoba

Niall Harney’s presentation in response to Bill 4, The Minimum Wage Adjustment Act,
2022.