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Manitoba

  Use this page to help find information about:

      • The Manitoba Legislature: Debates and Proceedings, Publications
      • Government Directories, Links, and Services
      • Government Publications
      • Budgets and Financial Plans
      • Manitoba Government Statistics
      • Historical Government Records and Other Collections

 

If you're not sure where to start, consult the Manitoba Government Home page.

Looking for information about Manitoba elections?  Visit the Elections page of the Guide.

You will find press releases, announcements and other Manitoba Government news on the Home page of the Guide.

Manitoba Flag

Manitoba flag. Red background with union jack in the upper left corner and a crest to the right.

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Municipal Governance in Manitoba

The Legislature and its Work

Manitoba joined confederation in 1870, the first legislature beginning March 15, 1871.  The current Premier is the Honourable Brian Pallister, the 22nd become Premier of Manitoba. The current Legislative Assembly elected to represent the people of Manitoba has 57 members. 

The Manitoba legislature consists of the Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba as well as the Legislative Assembly.

Debates and Proceedings

Publications of the Legislature

Executive Council (Cabinet)

Budgets and Financial Plans

Manitoba Government Statistics

Find Manitoba Government publications

Selected Government Publications

Historical Government Records and Other Collections

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