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VIDEO: Budget press conference & five things you should know

Manitoba Finance Minister Stan Struthers held a press conference furing the budget lockup -- the hours before the budget is released when journalists are sequestered to review and query government officials about the budget documents before their public release.

The Free Press recorded the press conference, and you can watch Struthers' full response and Q & A with reporters.

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Manitoba Finance Minister Stan Struthers held a press conference furing the budget lockup — the hours before the budget is released when journalists are sequestered to review and query government officials about the budget documents before their public release.

The Free Press recorded the press conference, and you can watch Struthers' full response and Q & A with reporters.
 

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