Vote for the Climate

We are only a few short days away from the provincial election in Manitoba. Climate commitments are more important now than ever. From heat waves to wildfires, people around the world are experiencing the social, economic, and health impacts of climate change. Climate action is key to our collective well being – good for the planet and our economy.

Manitoba’s next government has the opportunity to be part of the solution, but Manitoba also still has a long way to go to become a truly clean and green province.

We have provided some information below to help inform you on where the parties stand on climate change.  Feel free to contact us if you need more information.

Political Party Information

Tories promise to eliminate PST on trees, flowers

Party Leader: Heather Stefanson

NDP promises electric-vehicle rebates

NDP pledges gas-tax cut as temporary measure to make life more affordable

Party Leader: Wab Kinew

Manitoba election: Liberals release full platform

“The Liberals would also not fully refund the price on carbon, but instead use some of the money raised for green-energy projects.”

Party Leader: Dougald Lamont

Manitoba Green Party unveils election platform with ‘four major priorities’

Party Leader: Janine Gibson

Question Your Candidates
Consider Climate, MB

Leading up to the election, Consider Climate asked all provincial parties who had candidates running in 50%+ riding in the last election 5 questions about their climate action plans, touching on these subjects:

  • Emission Reduction Targets
  • Transportation
  • Buildings
  • Green Jobs
  • Adaptation

See their answers.

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