Michael McCracken

Manitoba First candidate in the Fort Rouge Winnipeg race.

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Pallister’s tax rebate puts $4,000 into his own pocket

April 8, 2021

Winnipeg Free Press - The premier will receive $4,011, thanks to the education property tax rebate announced in Wednesday's budget. DAVID LIPNOWSKI / CANADIAN PRESS FILES Brian Pallister will receive $4,011, thanks to the education property tax rebate announced in Wednesday's budget. The amount of education property tax they pay works out to $16,044 a year. On Thursday, he estimated the premier would receive a $4,000 education property tax rebate this year. Residential property owners will automatically receive a 25 per cent rebate this year and another 25 per cent rebate next year.

Manitoba moves to postpone evictions, freeze rent

March 24, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - Manitoba's plan to postpone evictions and freeze rent increases during the COVID-19 pandemic does little to help renters who have lost jobs or had pay cut because of the coronavirus pandemic, anti-poverty activists say. "The moratorium on rent eviction hearings does not materially improve conditions for renters impacted by COVID-19," said Molly McCracken, Manitoba director for the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. However, the measures taking effect April 1 are intended to reduce the financial uncertainty and stress for many Manitoba renters, Premier Brian Pallister said during a teleconference Tuesday. Non-urgent eviction hearings for issues such as unpaid rent are postponed until at least May 31; urgent issues — such as illegal tenant activity — will continue to be heard. Statistics Canada data show 42 per cent of Manitoba renters (some 40,500) do not have one-month’s savings, McCracken said.

Southwest Winnipeg sticks with incumbents

September 16, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...per cent. The PC’s Edna Nabess was runner up with 1,854 votes, followed by Green Party leader James Beddome (1,579), Cyndy Friesen (Lib. - 1,285), Michael McCracken (MF - 54) and Bradley Hebert (MBFWD - 29). Voter turnout in Fort Rouge was 60.6 per...

Les circonscriptions à surveiller aux élections provinciales 2019 | Élections Manitoba 2019

September 9, 2019

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...Laurissa Sims. FORT ROUGE Candidats en lice : James Beddome (Parti vert), Cindy Friesen (Parti libéral), Wab Kinew (Nouveau Parti démocratique), Michael McCracken (Manitoba First), Edna Nabess (Parti progressiste-conservateur) Fort Rouge verra deux chefs s’affronter, Wab Kinew et James Beddome. En 2016,...