Manitoba continues to contemplate Truth and Reconciliation statutory holidaySeptember 19, 2022
The Manitoba government is consulting with Indigenous leadership, residential school survivors, and other stakeholders before it introduces legislation that would officially make National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, September 30, a statutory holiday in the province.
Legislation is expected to be in place for 2023 that would allow retailers and similar businesses to remain open, however, be expected to pay their employees applicable wage premiums.
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