Hear Manitoba's 22nd Premier Brian Pallister give his State of the Province Address to the Province's second largest city. He will discuss current issues, accomplishments thus far and future plans for Manitoba. His address will be followed by a Q&A session facilitated by the Brandon Chamber President.
This luncheon is sponsored by Westman Communications Group.
About Brian Palister
Brian Pallister is a businessman, Canadian Politician and the 22nd Premier of Manitoba.
Brian attended the University of Brandon, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts and Education Degree. He began his professional career in education but quickly transitioned to the Financial Services industry. In 1980, Brian started Pallister Financial; a business that has successfully helped thousands of Manitobans with personal, family and business financial planning for over 35 years.
With an economic downturn in his hometown of Portage la Prairie, Brian entered public life in the early 1990s to affect change and to make a difference. Since then, he has held a variety of portfolios in both the federal and provincial governments, spanning a political career of nearly three decades.
As Premier, Brian is committed to restoring the province to fiscal balance, strengthening the provincial economy, and improving outcomes in health care and education.
With each provincial initiative, Premier Pallister and his team of MLA’s are working to establish Manitoba as Canada’s most-improved province and to restore hope and optimism for the future for all Manitobans.
Brian and his wife Esther have been married for over 30 years and have 2 daughters.
Date and Time
Thursday Apr 25, 2019 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
Thursday, April 23, 2020
11:30 am - Networking
12:00 pm - Call to Lunch
12:30 pm - Address by the Honourable Brian Pallister
12:50 pm - Q&A period
UCT Pavilion, Keystone Centre
#1 1175 18th Street, Brandon MB
$35 per seat
$40 per seat after April 16th
$50 / person ticket prices do not include GST
Registration & Cancellation deadline: April 20th Dietary Restrictions need to be given to the Chamber at least 72 hours in advance