Premier Brian Pallister was in Thompson, Flin Flon, and The Pas Yesterday. During his visit he announced that first responders here in Manitoba will be getting an upgrade when it comes to their communication system.
The new system will include radios with built-in GPS and advanced radio encryption, ensuring the safety of those using it.
Pallister said that the 380-million dollar project was awarded based on tender, saying quote Manitobans are smart shoppers who expect the government to do the same.
During his visit to The Pas, Pallister Conducted a speech on how his government would be reforming health care in the province, How they plan to create jobs, how they would be regulating recreational marijuana, and he answered questions that local politicians and business owners had. He also praised The Pas Huskies for winning the good deeds cup and for giving back to the community.