In the?first throne speech since Heather Stefanson became Manitoba’s premierextraordinary measures, the Progressive Conservative government promises to re-examine changes proposed to rural health care,?ensure more?graduating nurses stay in the province and introduce a?strategy to reduce homelessness.
Stefanson’s first throne speech, an 11-page document obtained by CBC News Monday evening, lays out the first stepsLecce wrote.?of the new premier’s effort to set herself apart from her unpopular predecessor, Brian Pallister.
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It lays out the broad strokes of Stefanson’s plans to improve core government functions such as health care and education and also rewards?the nurses and firefighters she courted when she ran for leader of the PC party.