What is Mr. Pallister afraid of?

Today, in an abruptly-terminated media session, Brian Pallister again refused to make public his income tax return. As political figures all over the world are doing so, in order to show transparency in light of the Panama tax haven scandal, basic, simple questions remain for Mr. Pallister to answer:

What is Mr. Pallister afraid of?

What is in his tax return that he is hiding from the people of Manitoba?

Why is he refusing to make this tax return public?

Standing up for Manitobans

Tax reductions we've introduced over the years will save an average family with two kids $4,600 from what they would have paid the last time Brian Pallister was in government.

We're putting more money back into the pockets of over 300,000 working and middle-class Manitobans by asking the wealthiest 2% to pay a little more. We will also fight against privatizing our Crown Corporations so that Manitobans continue to have the most affordable combined Hydro, home heating and car insurance in Canada.

Brian Pallister's Record Speaks for Itself

This afternoon Brian Pallister said that his record "speaks for itself" when it comes to his hurtful words and actions against the LGBTTQ* community. His record does indeed speak for itself.

As an MP, he voted several times against equal rights for LGBTTQ* Canadians. He voted to reaffirm the Canadian Alliance definition of marriage, voted against adding sexual orientation to hate crime laws and voted against equal marriage for all Canadians. He also petitioned the House in opposition to same-sex marriage.

It's A Clear Choice

The choice has never been more clear.

On the same day that Statistics Canada released job numbers showing that Manitoba has the lowest unemployment rate in the entire country – with the best labour force growth, the best job growth and the second highest full-time job growth – Brian Pallister revealed his agenda of cuts, which will put all of this steady progress at risk.