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.
- April 9, 2019
Teitsma proposes resolution to congratulate Manitobans on PST cut
- April 2, 2019
Resolution introduced by MLA Smook debated in legislature
Reduction of provincial sales tax will save families and individuals $1.36 billion by 2024 James Teitsma, MLA for Radisson, today proposed that the Legislative Assembly congratulate Manitobans for receiving the financial break they deserve when the Progressive Conservative government...
- April 2, 2019
Bill introduced by MLA Micklefield debated in legislature
Congratulates government for taking action to replace outdated FleetNet system A private member’s resolution introduced by La Verendrye MLA Dennis Smook was debated this morning in the Manitoba legislature. The resolution calls on the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba to...
- February 8, 2019
Construction of Brandon’s new K-8 school set to begin
Bill 226 would bring needed modernization to Presumption of Death Act A private member’s bill introduced by Rossmere MLA Andrew Micklefield was debated this morning in the Manitoba legislature. Introduced earlier this year, Bill 226, the Presumption of...
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