Annual Report 2015-2016

Education and Advanced Learning

This Annual Report is organized in accordance with the appropriation structure for Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning. The report includes information at the main and sub-appropriation levels relating to the Department's objectives, and actual results achieved. Financial performance information is provided with expenditure and revenue variance explanations, and a five-year adjusted historical table of staffing and expenditures.

Education and Advanced Learning Annual Report 2015-2016

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Education and Advanced Learning Annual Report 2015-2016 (3.02 MB)

Specific Sections:

Table of Contents (551 KB)
Preface (229 KB)
Préface (229 KB)
Organizational Chart (163 KB)
Part A - Operating Expenses (1.06 MB)
Part B - Capital Investment (440 KB)
Appendices (652 KB)

Previous Report:

Education and Advanced Learning Annual Report 2014-2015


Manitoba Learning Resource Centre (MLRC)

The Manitoba Learning Resource Centre (MLRC) operates as a Special Operating Agency and is responsible for providing Manitoba schools with educational learning resources and related products to support teaching and learning and to support the goals and objectives of Manitoba Education and Training by ensuring the availability of all Department recommended learning materials.

MLRC Annual Report 2015-2016

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MLRC Annual Report 2015-2016 (1.10 MB)

Specific Sections:

Table of Contents (65 KB)
Preface (181 KB)
Financial Performance (76 KB)
Financial Statements (511 KB)
Supporting Charts and Graphs (303 KB)
Organizational Chart (81 KB)

Previous Report:

Manitoba Text Book Bureau Annual Report 2014-2015


Manitoba Student Aid

Manitoba Student Aid’s mandate is to improve accessibility of post-secondary education by providing student loans, grants, bursaries, scholarships and other awards to eligible Manitobans experiencing financial barriers. Assistance is based on an assessment of financial need which compares students' allowable education and living costs with their available resources.

Manitoba Student Aid is also responsible for the administration of the Canada Student Loans Program within Manitoba, as well as the designation of educational institutions and programs for student aid purposes.

Manitoba Student Aid Annual Report 2015-2016

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Manitoba Student Aid Annual Report 2015-2016 (1.24 MB)

Specific Sections:

Table of Contents (170 KB)
Introduction (69 KB)
Organization and Administration (71 KB)
Manitoba Student Aid Programs (86 KB)
Financial Information (11 KB)

Previous Report:

Manitoba Student Aid Annual Report 2014-2015