WINNIPEG - Shelly Glover has officially launched her campaign to replace Brian Pallister as Manitoba's premier by saying she's opposed to mandatory vaccinations in workplaces.
The former MP and Winnipeg cop says she wouldn't want to see nurses and other health care workers fired for not getting inoculated against COVID-19.
When asked if she would extend that to all workplaces, Glover said yes, she doesn't support mandatory vaccinations at all.
She's also promising a field hospital so COVID patients don't have to be treated elsewhere and a seniors' advocate for the province.
Glover is up against former health minister Heather Stefanson and McPhillips MLA Shannon Martin.
The Conservatives will pick a new leader on October 30th.