The Canadian Press

2016-12-19 | Manitoba Opposition Disarray

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The 2017 could be a tough one for Manitoba's opposition parties. Both the NDP and Liberals are looking for new leaders and won't select one until the fall. The parties are also losing an annual public subsidy that was used to pay for staff, research and other items. Paul Thomas, professor emeritus of political studies at the University of Manitoba, says the loss of that money will hurt. (The Progressive Conservatives never accepted the subsidy and raised much more money than other parties.)

Date: 2016-12-19
Placeline: WINNIPEG.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 13 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << for the NDP that's about $192,000 a year for the liberals who are even more cash-poor than the NDP it's about 62,000 that's that's not an insignificant amount of money to make up from somewhere >>