MB “Family Affordability Package” inadequate to deal with the rising cost of living – CCPA MB Response 

August 31, 2022  For Immediate Release (Winnipeg, Treaty One) – The Manitoba government’s announcement today is insufficient to address the impacts of inflation on Manitoba families.  Families with children: It is regressive for public funds to provide a …

A Living Wage for Winnipeg is $18.34/ hour, Brandon $15.66/hour, Thompson $16.25/hour: Report

August 25, 2022 Winnipeg, Treaty One Territory – The Manitoba Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives calculates that a family of four, with two working parents, would require a wage of $18.34/ hour in Winnipeg, $15.66/ …

Low-cost housing in Winnipeg

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press April 27, 2022 By Shauna MacKinnon

Zuken Nominations

Cosmetic Pesticide Ban needs to continue

By Anne Lindsey

WAR IN UKRAINE PROVIDES SOBER REMINDERS FOR CANADA’S ENERGY POLICIES

Policy Alternatives in the Face of Rising Prices: Who will Bear the Burden?

by Jesse Hajer A version of this was published in the Winnipeg Free Press March 18, 2022

Manitoba Health Coalition Responds to Shared Health Report: “COVID-19 Health System Recovery Plan”

By Thomas Linner

Community vision for Portage Place

It’s time for a COVID-19 inquiry in Manitoba

By Thomas Linner Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press February 24, 2022