Manitoba

Brian Pallister to be sworn in May 3 at Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Premier-designate Brian Pallister will be sworn in May 3, along with Manitoba's new Progressive Conservative cabinet.

Premier-designate Brian Pallister to be sworn in May 3 with new Progressive Conservative cabinet

Premier-designate Brian Pallister will be sworn in May 3, along with Manitoba's new Progressive Conservative cabinet. (Michael Fazio/CBC)

Premier-designate Brian Pallister will be sworn in May 3, along with Manitoba's new Progressive Conservative cabinet.

The ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

Pallister tweeted the news Thursday, saying. "It will make an excellent location on May 3rd." 

Manitoba Lieutenant-Governor Janice Filmon will preside over the ceremony and administer the oath of office to the incoming cabinet and the new premier.

A spokesperson for the Manitoba Protocol Office says the final details for the ceremony are being worked out.

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