Public housing plays an essential role in Manitoba’s housing system

By Sara Cooper Public housing plays an essential role in Manitoba’s housing system. It provides a specific form of housing: housing that has been removed from the market by focusing on its use as a home, rather than… Read More

Community Economic Development in Manitoba and the Inclusive Economy

By Sara Wray Enns Manitoba is a province of economic growth and economic disparity. It is a province with low unemployment rates, diverse development and incredible resource wealth. On the flip side, Manitoba has continuously had some of… Read More

Report outlines the implications of P3-giant Carillion’s collapse on Manitoba’s economy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 22, 2018: The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives MB will release its report The Collapse of P3 Giant Carillion and Its Implications on Wednesday, January 24th, at the office of the Canadian Union of… Read More

Health Care Blind Spot

By Jim Silver Manitoba’s health care system is undergoing major changes. Many Manitobans fear that the changes are more about saving money than improving health, and that privatization of parts of the health care system may be a… Read More

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New CED Documentary Screening Tuesday Jan 23

CCEDNET-MB, CCPA-MB, The Manitoba Research Alliance and Rebel Sky Media present: The Inclusive Economy Stories of Community Economic Development in Manitoba Tuesday, Jan 23 at Cinematheque, 100 Arthur St. Winnipeg Doors open at 6:30, movie at 7 pm… Read More

Low income Manitoban’s falling behind in 2018

By Josh Brandon As we roll into 2018, low income Manitobans are falling further behind. While minimum wage in Ontario went up on January 1 to $14 per hour, in Manitoba it is stuck at a poverty level… Read More

Call for Papers 1919 Winnipeg General Strike Centenary Conference May 9 – 11, 2019

ALL PROPOSALS MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION FOR EACH PERSON INVOLVED: 1. Presentation Title 2. A 100-150-word outline of the presentation. 3. A 100-150-word biography. These must include (if applicable) a list of publications, activities, and a list… Read More