Brian entered politics in 1992 as the MLA for Portage La Prairie and became Minister of Government Services in 1995. In 2000, he was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Portage-Lisgar. During his 8-year tenure as an MP, he served as a parliamentary secretary and as chair of the House of Commons Finance Committee.
In July of 2012, Brian became leader of the Manitoba PC Party. He was elected as MLA for Fort Whyte four months later. On April 19, 2016, he became Manitoba’s twenty-second premier, with PC candidates winning 40 of 57 seats.
Brian resides in Winnipeg with his wife Esther and their two daughters, Quinn and Shawn.
- February 8, 2019
Construction of Brandon’s new K-8 school set to begin
- January 29, 2019
Building a Better, Safer Air Ambulance Service for Northern Manitoba
Milestone for Brandon education shows PC government’s commitment to public schools: Isleifson Construction of Brandon’s new public school is set to begin after the Brandon School Division awarded a tender this week to a Manitoba construction company. Winnipeg-based Fresh...
- January 14, 2019
PC Caucus celebrates inaugural Manitoba Curling Week
Manitobans voted our government into office nearly three years ago on the expectation we would use taxpayer dollars in an effective and responsible way, while at the same time improving the services they depend on. This is exactly what we’re...
- December 4, 2018
House passes Curry’s resolution on celebrating Polish culture
Proclamation of first Curling Week highlights Manitoba’s pride, success in ‘roaring game’: Ewasko The Manitoba Progressive Conservative Caucus is joining in celebration with curlers across the province as the first Manitoba Curling Week, Jan. 14 to Jan. 18, has...
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