The Conservatives have been ringing the alarm bells about our economy ever since they've taken power. But the issues they raise don't qualify as a crisis. As this article explains, they better start keeping their eye on the ball, or they could end up with a real crisis.
Where’s the value for Manitoba’s North?
The Pallister government has paid a lot of lip service to Manitoba's north, but as this article in the Thompson Citizen explains, there's been little real action. As public services are cut in northern communities, how will those losing their jobs cope? Vale's smelter in Thompson is shutting down, and mine closures in Flin Flon are … Continue reading Where’s the value for Manitoba’s North?
KPMG’s Manitoba Fiscal Performance Review
For those of us who value a Manitoba built on a foundation of compassion and social and economic fairness, the recently released Manitoba Fiscal Performance Review is deeply troubling. If implemented by the Pallister government, the $740,000 KPMG Report will have far reaching, and in some cases irreversible implications for Manitoba. The report's recommendations include job cuts, … Continue reading KPMG’s Manitoba Fiscal Performance Review