Speech from the Throne

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 Third Session of the 42nd Manitoba Legislature on October 7, 2020.








Protecting Health Care
Keeping Manitobans safe and secure from COVID-19 is job one of your government.

Protecting Jobs
Every job lost or not created because of COVID-19 is more than a statistic. It has a face and a story behind it.


Protecting Incomes
In the midst of this pandemic, Manitobans are rightly worried about how far their paycheque can go. Your government understands this and is taking less and less of the income you earn, to help you care for your family and invest in your community.

Protecting Education and Child Care
Keeping schools open and children and students safe during this pandemic remains your government’s top education priority.


Protecting Manitoba's Future
Protecting Manitoba’s future means addressing today’s priorities with an eye on tomorrow.




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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