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Under increasing fire over front-line job losses and massive changes in the health-care system, Premier Brian Pallister sat down with the Free Press recently to talk about tough love, popularity and his need for solitude

Just 15 months into his single-minded mission to get Manitoba back on its financial feet, Premier Brian Pallister has frequently been attacked over civil-service job losses and wage controls, a health-care overhaul and his Costa Rica holidays.


Heading into the Terry Fox Day long weekend — before it was revealed that he'd used his wife's private email account for government business — Pallister spent an hour with the Free Press.

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