Manitobans certainly know how to make the most out of the beautiful summer weather.
This summer has been no exception as festival season is already well underway and entertaining both residents and visitors alike. I encourage all Manitobans to get outside and participate in all our province has to offer.
This legislative session rose for the traditional summer break in July. So far this year, we’ve been successful in putting forward positive ideas that have been made into law as a result of a strong and united PC team.
We were proud to see our legislation passed including addressing children’s safety, women’s rights, and recognizing the hard work school bus drivers do.
I’m looking forward to taking the opportunity to enjoy this summer and get outside and hear from Manitobans from all across our province.
You don’t have to go far to find excitement in Manitoba. Whether it is at our beaches and lakes, or enjoying our trails and pristine nature, our province is a playground to residents and visitors alike.
Of course as you visit Manitoba you soon recognize we are a province with a love for sport.
Whether taking in a Goldeyes game, cheering on our Winnipeg Blue Bombers, or spending beautiful summer evenings at our own community sports events, Manitobans have a tremendous amount of pride and community spirit that is reflected through beloved sports teams.
With Folklorama approaching, I can’t wait to get out to as many pavilions as possible and see first-hand the people that add so much to truly making our province great.
I want to thank all the tireless volunteers who make this event a reality every year. As the longest and largest running multicultural festival in the world, we have a lot to be proud of, and I hope I can see it all.
We have so many visitors coming here and I appreciate all Manitobans who act as ambassadors of our province.
Our passion for where we live is truly contagious and it is rewarding to see our guests talking about all the great things our province has to offer.