The Manitoba government has launched Student Jobs MB, a new and exciting online tool dedicated to matching students looking for job opportunities to employers with workforce needs throughout the province, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.
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Manitoba government has finalized the draft Phase Two plan and will implement measures effective June 1 to continue safely restoring services and opening additional businesses while ensuring physical distancing, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.
No Mercy for the Coronas is a fun, creative tool to help kids and their families understand the scientific realities of the COVID-19 virus and the pandemic.
BAM along with member companies and friends donate Manitoba made “Wellness Packages” supporting frontline essential workers.
"B2B Manitoba Will Assist Businesses with Reopening and Economic Recovery" says Premier Brian Pallister.
The Manitoba government is planning to purchase up to one million made-in-Manitoba N95 reusable silicone masks.
Prime Minister Announces Important Measures within Agriculture Programs to Support Canadian Farmers and Food Supply
Prime Minister announced an investment of more than $252 million to support farmers, food businesses and food processors ensuring a safe and reliable food supply.
Mondetta Clothing outsources production of PPE to manufacturers in China, Vietnam
The province is expanding COVID-19 testing criteria while also ramping up its testing capacity, a crucial step before beginning to loosen public health measures and safely restarting Manitoba’s economy, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.
Manitoba will begin a careful, multi-phased effort next week to gradually restore services, open some businesses and increase recreational opportunities while maintaining social distancing advice, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.
The governments of Canada and Manitoba will be supporting a project, which will allow local food producers and farmers’ markets to sell their products online, announced federal Agriculture Marie-Claude Bibeau and Manitoba Minister Blaine Pedersen.
Initiative Will Help Students and Employers, Stimulate Manitoba's Economy During an Unprecedented Summer, says Premier Brian Pallister
The Manitoba government is providing up to $120 million to support Manitoba’s small and medium-sized businesses that are facing significant challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.
Startups, scaleups, and small to medium-sized Canadian businesses unable to secure funding under the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy and the Business Credit Availability Program can apply for financial assistance.
New Fund to Advance Strides Toward Vaccines and Treatments for Coronavirus
The Winnipeg Ventilator design from Cerebra is proven worldwide to provide full functionality to address COVID-19 patient needs as well as the necessary fast, low cost, local production needed
The Government of Canada is investing $2 billion to support diagnostic testing and to purchase ventilators and protective personal equipment, including for bulk purchases with provinces and territories.
The premier noted that a state of emergency declared by the powers set out in Section 10(1) and 10(2) of The Emergency Measures Act to enable the province to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic remains in effect.
Guidance documents are meant to provide assistance to industry and health care professionals on how to comply with governing statutes and regulations.
The Manitoba province is reaching out to businesses and their employees for products and supplies to help efforts in the fight against COVID-19, Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Cameron Friesen announced today.
Today Research Manitoba announced that they are partnering with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) to invest $800,000 to support three research projects through the Canadian 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)