May 23, 2018

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Province delays pulling public notices from newspapers

Manitoba Finance Minister Cameron Friesen delivers the 2018 budget at the Manitoba Legislature in Winnipeg on March 12, 2018. The Manitoba government is backing down from a plan to stop publishing notices of everything from environmental protection changes to public health orders in newspapers. Cathy Cox, the minister for sport, culture and heritage, says the government realizes it was moving too fast, and will not enact the relevant sections of an omnibus bill now before the legislature. THE CANADIAN PRESS/David Lipnowski</p>

Manitoba Finance Minister Cameron Friesen delivers the 2018 budget at the Manitoba Legislature in Winnipeg on March 12, 2018. The Manitoba government is backing down from a plan to stop publishing notices of everything from environmental protection changes to public health orders in newspapers. Cathy Cox, the minister for sport, culture and heritage, says the government realizes it was moving too fast, and will not enact the relevant sections of an omnibus bill now before the legislature. THE CANADIAN PRESS/David Lipnowski

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