WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s NDP is embarking on a two-day retreat to Dauphin to meet with stakeholders and discuss ways to fight the Pallister government’s agenda on health care and education.
“Over the next few days, NDP MLAs will be working together to fight back against cuts and stand up for all Manitoba families, not just the privileged few,” said NDP leader Wab Kinew, in a statement.
“I look forward to having those important discussions in Dauphin, a community that is at the forefront of rural health care changes. Travelling to Dauphin is part of our new caucus’ commitment to listen to rural Manitoba families in the face of a provincial government that is ignoring them.”
Party MLAs will also meet with Dauphin municipal representatives and the Chamber of Commerce, local health care professionals at Dauphin Regional Health Centre, the Dauphin Friendship Centre, Mountain View School Trustees, the Canadian National Ukrainian Festival organizers and others.