Transportation Equity & the Low Income Bus Pass

Presentation to the City of Winnipeg Council

Winnipeg Police Board not fulfilling it’s mandate

Submission to the Standing Policy Committee on Protection, Community Services and Parks made October 2, 2019

By Bronwyn Dobchuck-Land

Work for minimum wage in Manitoba? We want to talk to you!

Austerity, round two

By Jesse Hajer

The sky will not fall with a higher minimum wage

By Chris Rigaux and Tanya Andrusieczko

First published in the Winnipeg Free Press September 23, 2019

September 10th’s election results were disappointing for progressive Manitobans who were looking for a decisive shift towards economic justice. We face four more years of austerity, cutbacks, and crumbs for the working class. The Progressive Conservatives were clear during the campaign that raising the minimum wage to a living wage is not their priority, and they intend to keep Manitoba in its shameful position of having the second-lowest minimum wage in the country.  At a stingy $11.35/hour, due to increase by only 30 cents in October, this is a poverty wage that traps minimum-wage workers in low-wage work.

Canadian Premium Sand Frac Sand Mining Project About to Hit Financial Wall

By Don Sullivan

UNSPUN 2019: Access to Post-Secondary Education at Risk this Manitoba Election

By Brenden Gali

UNSPUN 2019: Meth, Harm Reduction spark debate this Manitoba Election

By Ellen Smirl

UNSPUN 2019: Taxes and Deficit in Manitoba

By Jesse Hajer

UNSPUN 2019: Green New Deal Not Reflected in Provincial Party Platforms – Yet

By Molly McCracken