Throne Speech - Image from the Manitoba Chamber


The Speech from the Throne in Manitoba signals that the government is opening a new legislative session and summarizes what the government expects to achieve during the session.

The Honourable Anita R. Neville, P.C., O.M., Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Manitoba delivers the Speech from the Throne to open the Fifth Session of the 42nd Manitoba Legislature on November 15, 2022.

The Speech from the Throne lays out government’s vision and priorities for the coming year. Today, Manitoba is at a crossroads with tremendous potential ahead. Our government will continue to tackle all challenges ahead with a renewed sense of vigour.

We will continue to listen to and work with Manitobans to accomplish shared goals, including:

  • helping make communities safer;
  • helping families make ends meet;
  • strengthening health care and reducing surgical and diagnostic backlogs;
  • helping make Manitoba more competitive;
  • helping protect the environment, climate and parks;
  • helping build stronger communities; and
  • advancing reconciliation.

We will not give up fighting to right our great province for the benefit of our children and seniors, our doctors and nurses and teachers, our business community and every citizen who calls this great province home.


News conference with Premier Heather Stefanson - November 15, 2022

What is the Speech from the Throne?
The Speech from the Throne is both practical and ceremonial. On the practical side, it signals that the government is opening a new legislative session.

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