Think you know all about the Winnipeg Police budget? Think again.
We’ve been presenting conversations about the budget this week and everyday we learn more about what’s in it and the process behind it.
Here’s my conversation with Winnipeg Police Board vice chair Barry Tuckett about why costs are increasing.
I also spoke with Maurice Sabourin, the head of the Winnipeg Police Association, the union representing our officers. I got his perspective on the difference between what the force says it needs and what the City says is available.
There are some 150 jobs coming to Winnipeg in the aerospace industry. This comes some four years after more than 400 jobs were lost with Aveos pulling out.
The lawsuits against Air Canada followed with Quebec leading the way and Manitoba on board. Premier Greg Selinger joined me to explain the new job agreement and where it may lead.