Budget 2021

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Budget 2021 will focus on protecting Manitobans while continuing to make record investments in healthcare, education and social services. The annual budget process relies on Manitobans to provide valuable input. We want to hear your suggestions on how best to protect health care, jobs, incomes, education and child care, as well as protect Manitoba’s future.

This year we are working around the realities and restrictions of COVID-19 by connecting with Manitobans virtually.

There is still time to share your priorities as we plan Budget 2021:

  • Complete the online survey (Call Manitoba Government Inquiry at 1-866-626-4862 for assistance with completing the online survey over the telephone.)
  • Email your comments to budget2021@gov.mb.ca
  • Mail written comments to:
    Minister of Finance c/o Budget Consultations
    103-450 Broadway
    Winnipeg, MB R3C 0V8

The Manitoba government, Manitoba Government Inquiry (1-866-626-4862) on behalf of Manitoba’s Minister of Finance Scott Fielding may call your phone number to ask you to take part in telephone town halls as we prepare to plan for Budget 2021. Please note that our only interest is to advise you of these meetings. We will never ask for personal information, such as banking information, income tax, social insurance numbers, credit cards, passport numbers, or other type of personal data. Any calls you may receive that ask for money or personal information are unrelated to this. Hang up and report the calls to your local police department.


This information is available in an alternate format on request. Please contact engagemb@gov.mb.ca for information.


Budget 2021 will focus on protecting Manitobans while continuing to make record investments in healthcare, education and social services. The annual budget process relies on Manitobans to provide valuable input. We want to hear your suggestions on how best to protect health care, jobs, incomes, education and child care, as well as protect Manitoba’s future.

This year we are working around the realities and restrictions of COVID-19 by connecting with Manitobans virtually.

There is still time to share your priorities as we plan Budget 2021:

  • Complete the online survey (Call Manitoba Government Inquiry at 1-866-626-4862 for assistance with completing the online survey over the telephone.)
  • Email your comments to budget2021@gov.mb.ca
  • Mail written comments to:
    Minister of Finance c/o Budget Consultations
    103-450 Broadway
    Winnipeg, MB R3C 0V8

The Manitoba government, Manitoba Government Inquiry (1-866-626-4862) on behalf of Manitoba’s Minister of Finance Scott Fielding may call your phone number to ask you to take part in telephone town halls as we prepare to plan for Budget 2021. Please note that our only interest is to advise you of these meetings. We will never ask for personal information, such as banking information, income tax, social insurance numbers, credit cards, passport numbers, or other type of personal data. Any calls you may receive that ask for money or personal information are unrelated to this. Hang up and report the calls to your local police department.


This information is available in an alternate format on request. Please contact engagemb@gov.mb.ca for information.

CLOSED: This quick poll has concluded.
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Which of the following government priorities is most important to you personally?

Investing in the health care system
33%
Investing in schools/the education system
17%
Investing in infrastructure like roads and bridges
8%
Providing income support to people whose jobs have been affected by COVID-19
7%
Providing support to businesses that have been affected by COVID-19
10%
Increasing mental health/addictions support
8%
Reducing taxes
15%
Total Votes : 6813