Whose Freedom?

As published in the Winnipeg Free Press, February 16, 2023

Budget Submission 2023/24

Manitoba Needs Programs like BUILD

A version of this article was published in the Winnipeg Free Press January 11, 2022

Manitoba refuses to lower child care fees

November 30, 2022For Immediate Release (Winnipeg): Across Canada, parents see their childcare fees drop. Butthis is not happening in Manitoba. More than a year after the Manitoba government signedonto the federal government’s national child care agreement, families in …

Stop the Education Property Tax Cut until We Have a Better Plan. 

Lions Place Housing Crisis: What the Manitoba Government can and must do

By Shauna McKinnon

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