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Current Issue – November 2023

Ministers, Departments to Work Collaboratively to End Chronic Homelessness

Premier Wab Kinew released the remaining mandate letters that were provided to the newly sworn-in members of the executive council, outlining the immediate priorities and key commitments of their ministries as they work together to end chronic homelessness in the next 8 years.

“Manitobans have given us a mandate to end chronic homelessness,” said Kinew. “These mandate letters lay out the path to a safe, prosperous province with a robust system of culturally appropriate wraparound social supports. I have directed the ministers to work together to ensure all Manitobans are safe, treated with dignity and compassion, and have access to fair and just treatment before the law.”

Bernadette Smith is now the Minister of Housing, Addictions and Homelessness and Minister responsible for Mental Health. You can view the mandate letter for Minister Smith here.


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