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As we edge towards a post-pandemic Manitoba, you may be feeling overwhelmed by all the challenges you’re facing: staffing shortages, ensuring safety in the workplace, implementing new tools and technology to grow your business, and more. You don’t have to establish a recovery plan alone.

We are committed to supporting Manitoba Business as they navigate the path forward and explore opportunities.

From building liquidity and improving cash flow, to protecting your people and pivoting to a digitally connected world, Manitoba Business Matters and our coalition of industry experts are ready to help businesses succeed every step of the way. MCC and our partners are compiling information and resources to help you thrive. Read below for our latest posts…

New Public Health Orders in Effect Dec 22

New Public Health Orders in Effect Dec 22

NEWS RELEASE via Province of Manitoba: Due to the increased threat of the omicron variant of concern, rising COVID-19 cases and a growing strain on the health-care system, Manitoba is taking additional steps to help curb the spread of the virus in the fourth wave of...

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Thoughts on Returning to the Office

Thoughts on Returning to the Office

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, bringing staff back to the office is a huge question mark right now for many organizations. At CPHR Manitoba, we were interested to hear what our members were doing, so we asked a couple of our executive members: Is your workplace...

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Vaccination Against COVID-19: Kids Ages 5 to 11

Vaccination Against COVID-19: Kids Ages 5 to 11

Effective Thursday, Nov. 25, Winnipeg’s vaccine site at RBC Convention Centre will no longer be accepting walk-in appointments in anticipation of a high volume of appointments for youth ages 5 to 11. Individuals who wish to be immunized at this location can make an...

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What Will Encourage People to Stay?

What Will Encourage People to Stay?

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only changed the way people work, but it has also changed priorities when it comes to what people want from their work. At a recent Executive Breakfast Series event, Pat Hirst, Practice Lead Learning & Development at People First HR,...

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#NetworkB49 with business leaders and government officials, enjoy breakfast and a keynote presentation and be back in the office before 10AM.

Space is limited, secure your seats today for our next #MBizBreakfast with Premier Stefanson: https://t.co/LUq1V0dsHQ #VoiceofBusiness https://t.co/t72706cplN
ICYMI: Yesterday, we released results from our MBPulse survey, Shifting COVID-19 Prevention Orders. 32% of #MBBiz say they will retain masking policy post-March 15 in some form, while 48% say they will no longer require proof of vaccination. Read report: https://t.co/goDIlnwIET https://t.co/cgQ96SW6qS
ICYMI: Premier @HStefansonMB joined us last week for our May 12 Manitoba Day #MBizBreakfast for a discussion of economic recovery, our association’s tax review advocacy, as well as ongoing supports for business including the Venture Capital Fund. https://t.co/vl6uRQKxgN
The tourism and hospitality industry was hit particularly hard during the COVID-19 pandemic. While restrictions may have come to end, the economic after-effects are lingering.

Read our latest MB Pulse survey report: https://t.co/BrBV9CwH8c

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