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Manitoba Election Update

09.09.2019 07:17
By: Harry Callaghan

New poll & promises

Here's one last poll before we vote.

Mainstreet Research has the Brian Pallister Tories out in front with 43% voter support - the Wab Kinew NDP at 34% - followed by Dougald Lamont's Liberals with 15% - and the James Beddome Greens at 6%.
In Winnipeg - the NDP have a 5 point lead on the Conservatives.

The polls are open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm tomorrow (Sept 10th) 


Ahead of tomorrow's provincial election - a last batch of campaign promises.

The Conservatives said they'll spend $30-million to build active transportation paths for walking and cycling - and ban recycling material in landfills.

The Liberals promised more than a billion dollars in new annual spending on seniors' home care, road work and child care spaces - and to repair neglected services and infrastructure.

The New Democrats said they would undo some of the health care reforms undertaken by the Tory government - and spend more on roads and water treatment projects.

And the Greens announced plans for moving to zero waste in Manitoba, including cost-sharing municipal composting programs and banning single-use plastics.