Manitoba Budget 2024

CED press conference March 27, 2024

On April 2 will culture, art, and sports be priorities of the new provincial government?

Manitoba should end gas tax holiday

Press release sent on behalf of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Manitoba, Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition and the Wilderness Committee Manitoba

Tax cuts benefit men more than women 

By Jess Klassen

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press March 8, 2024

Manitoba tax cuts will intensify the gender pay gap – new analysis 

Revenue is needed to pay for Manitoba’s pressing problems

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press, March 6, 2024

The first budget of the new Manitoba government needs to shore up tax revenue to pay for essential public services and act on costly social and environmental challenges in Manitoba. This starts with reversing regressive tax cuts.

Manitoba Budget 2024/25 Submission

Honourable Minister of Finance, government officials, delegates and participants, I am pleased to present the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Manitoba budget submission. 

The CCPA is Canada’s leading progressive research institute. We publish peer-reviewed research on a range of public policy issues.

We are deeply concerned by the decline in provincial own-source revenue collected by the Province of Manitoba which is compromising the province’s ability to make critical investments in public services and infrastructure. Below are points from our research that point to the need for increases in own-source revenue. 

Basic research key to future progress

Previously published in the Winnipeg Free Press February 27, 2024