‘Now is the time to help’: Manitoba premier addresses rising inflation in her province

'now is the time to help': manitoba premier addresses rising inflation in her province

CBC News published this video item, entitled “‘Now is the time to help’: Manitoba premier addresses rising inflation in her province” – below is their description.

Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday to discuss pausing the carbon tax and increasing health-care transfers. “What’s needed is money in the pockets of Manitobans right now,” she said.

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