WINNIPEG – Summer holidays are officially over at the Manitoba Legislature.
The fall sitting begins today, with labour issues expected to be front and centre.
The government will come under fire from the opposition NDP for its decision not to raise minimum wage this year.
It currently sits at $11 per hour. The previous government raised it every fall.
The house will sit until November 10th. It will take a short break after that and then come back later in the month with an official Throne Speech.