Clarity on Manitoba’s COVID spending

By Molly McCracken

Brad Wall Hydro Report Brings Privatization Failures to Manitoba

By Molly McCracken, CCPA Director February 26, 2021 For Immediate Release (Winnipeg): The province of Manitoba’s commissioned Economic Review of Bipole III and Keeyask report by Brad Wall recommends privatization of Manitoba Hydro, the province’s cherished, publicly-owned crown …

Manitoba leaving money for health care, long-term care, housing and essential worker supports on the table – new CCPA National report

By Molly McCracken from David Macdonald’s report

Province has financial room to end the suffering

By Molly McCracken

Time is Now for 2020 Vision: Need Manitoba Climate & Social Action Budget

2020: Manitoba Climate & Social Action Budget

Transportation Equity & the Low Income Bus Pass

Presentation to the City of Winnipeg Council

What is happening to public education in Manitoba?

By Molly McCracken School trustees are consulting with parents and stakeholders for this upcoming year’s school budgets while they seem to be under attack by the provincial government. Education Minister Goertzen had heated exchange with Winnipeg school trustees …

As the wealthiest speed past the rest of us, Manitoba needs to fight income inequality

First published on CBC online July 8th, 2018 A Ferrari cruises down Portage Avenue past people lining the streets on lawn chairs on Sunday evening in Winnipeg. The $250,000 car purrs along the road, a symbol of incredible …

Cutting taxes is not the answer

By Molly McCracken Last week I was chatting with my uncle, a retiree on a fixed income, about the health service cuts at the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. He said “if the deficit is $83 million, why doesn’t …