WINNIPEG — Flanked by party faithful, Progressive Conservative leader Brian Pallister launched his party’s election campaign on Saturday in south Winnipeg.
“We will offer Manitobans a clear choice in the upcoming election, based on trust, compassion, common sense, inclusion and teamwork,” he said to a crowd gathered at the Centro Coboto Centre.
Pallister echoed his previous promise to roll back the PST to seven percent, reducing ambulance fees, and investment $1 million annually in infrastructure.
“We’ve been listening to Manitobans. They want change. We have a new, fresh, exciting team we’ve put together with more women candidates than ever before,” Pallister added.
Manitoba voters head to the polls on April 19.
— Blue Crew (@PC_BlueCrew) March 12, 2016