Reversing the tide on income inequality in Manitoba 

By Niall Harney Previously published in the Winter 2024 issue of the Monitor page 6. Federal and provincial governments’ rapid responses to the economic fallout caused by COVID- 19 taught us important lessons about the capacity of government …

The high cost of austerity

By Niigaan Sinclair Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press June 23, 2023 After winning the 2016 provincial election, then-premier Brian Pallister moved Manitoba’s department of Indigenous and northern affairs under the municipal relations banner — suggesting a …

Austerity hurts public education

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press September 9, 2023 By Ee-Seul Yoon

Manitoba Election Oct 3rd – Analysis for Progressives  

The delusion of austerity: Manitoba’s public service

Previously published in the Brandon Sun Thursday September 21, 2023

Fix social conditions, fix crime

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press Sept 15, 2023

Austerity hurts public education

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press Sept 9, 2023

A “Made in Manitoba” Crisis

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press July 14, 2023 By Katherine Burley, Robert Chernomas, & Ian Hudson On July 11 a rally to “ Save Public Health Care” took place, timed to coincide with the meetings of …

Child care also an austerity victim

Susan Prentice and Jesse Hajer Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press August 29, 2023

Manitoba can’t afford cuts to parks, environmental protection

By Mark Hudson Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press August 15, 2023