Throne Speech - Image from the Manitoba Chamber

 

The Speech from the Throne in Manitoba signals that the government is opening a new legislative session and summarizes what the government expects to achieve during the session.

The Honourable Janice C. Filmon, C.M., O.M., Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Manitoba delivers the Speech from the Throne to open the Fourth Session of the 42nd Manitoba Legislature on November 23, 2021.








Path to Progressing Together

With a new premier, our government is embarking with you on a path in a new direction.

We will work with all of you to move forward with our shared goals: to work through the COVID-19 pandemic, to create a stronger health-care system we and our families can rely on now and well into the future, and to advance reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.

We will implement policies and programs to incent investment, foster job creation, improve education and training opportunities and, as we emerge from the pandemic, get our economy back on track.

Our government has a new vision for a strong economic and social recovery, with a focus on the health and well-being of all Manitobans.





News conference with Premier Heather Stefanson - November 23, 2021




What is the Speech from the Throne?
The Speech from the Throne is both practical and ceremonial. On the practical side, it signals that the government is opening a new legislative session.




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