The Liberal Party is promising to cut them number of children in the care of CFS in half.
The Liberals say the funding model to CFS needs to be changed to focus more on prevention to keep more kids with their families rather than apprehending them.
The party would also extend support for those in care to age 25, instead of 21.
A PC government would bring together 12 of Manitoba’s top business leaders to help spur the economy.
Brian Pallister says he would create an advisory team to help make our province more business and investment-friendly.
He says collaboration is necessary to turn the Manitoba’s economy around.
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If re-elected, the NDP say they would cut interest rates on loans through the PowerSmart program.
The NDP would also expand other existing water, energy-saving and geothermal programs.
If elected, the Green Party would scrap education taxes.
Leader James Beddome says that system is unfair and they would fund education through personal and corporate tax revenues.
He says Manitoba is the only province where school boards have the power to raise taxes to meet their budgets.