Qualitative Research Methods and Communication

Qualitative Research Methods and Communication






Manitoba’s Speech from the Throne, November 21, 2016

The government of Manitoba decides to set a new chapter in changing the legislation of the province for better performance. 1) The main points in the articles are, fixing the finances of the province through engagement of the people of Manitoba to build a stronger economy. Repairing their services, this would be achieved by improving the situations of most vulnerable citizens while ensuring that all Manitobans get the best outcome from the services and activities that they mostly rely upon such as education to their children. Better and quality health services and technology.2a) the speech targeted every individual of Manitoba province both young and old. The government officials traveled to the region targeting the people’s views on how to better the province. b) The government had to intervene after they realized that the potential for greatness had been hampered by lack of vision, low-income that is unsustainable and rising of debt that was eating into the growth of the economy. c) Credible options for addressing the problem was based on the type of the problem in the case of financial fixing its legislation to be introduced to ensure public sector cost does not exceed the Manitobans. d’) Improving access to justice to reduce court delays, protection of consumers and investors by strengthening security. e) Manitoba’s government is setting a new course, one that will focus on long-term, sustainable measures to fix their finances and repair the services relied upon by our citizens, spark the rebuilding of our economy and put our province strong again economically. f) The neutral communication involves the use of general information for example citizens of Manitoba.

Manitoba Province Commits to New Legislation That Would Reduce Red Tape

The government of Manitoba delivered its promise to the citizens by outdoing the red tape which was a hidden tax affecting small businesses much more than larger firms (McGrath-Gaudet, Erin, and Edward). 1) The main message in the article legislation that was being handled on red tape evacuation, January 23, 2017, the government accepted the CFIBs red tape challenge by committing themselves to the regulations. Moreover, the one on one law passed by the government. 2a) the article does not have a target group, but it might be talking to the entire universe. b) The problem causing the organization to act is the effect of the tax on the small business. c) The small business has been exiting the market due to the force off. d) The government tends to introduce a one on one bill that amends the regulatory actions hindering the small businesses to succeed. e) The society ought to understand the different forces that affect small business should be modified to create a favorable situation. f) The neutral communication will have words like intellectually challenged to mean imbecile. A person with special needs to replace the word invalid which is selective (Dumont, 2008).

Manitoba: Manitoba Government Launches Online Red Tape Reduction Consultations

The government enhanced a consultation among the Manitoban’s. 1) The central message in this article is the role of the people’s views in the reduction of the red tape. 2a) the paper does not have the specific target but rather talks of a general concern the entire nation. b) The problem was the issue of the red tape affecting the small business in the market. c) The problems can be addresses through forecasting the small business that has fallen on the market due to the issue. d) The government is involving the views of the people on the issue of red tape and launching the online consultation. e) it’s essential for the people to be consulted on the matters pertaining law. f) The neutral phrases used are the citizens of Manitoba and not individual’s people, Smith (2017).

Reduce Red Tape Online Consultation

The consultation process of the public required a reply for the government to understand the effect of the red tape. 1) The main message in the article is the request from the government for the people to give their views. 2a) the article addresses the people of Manitoba. b) The problem is that the people were kind of silent and reluctant on the opinion. c) The credible way of addressing the issue is by asking through the media platforms. d) There is no particular action that the government tends to deal with the problem. e) A polite request and reply from the administration and the people respectively are Important. f) The neutral communication is the one that is not biased and non-dependent (Walker, Richard, and Gene, Brewer, 2008).

3) The common key message that ties the communication together is the eradication of the red tape that affects the small businesses. 4) The casual audiences in the all the articles are the people of Manitoba. 5) The key messages used in the most of the article are the directed to the people of Manitoba. I would change the audience from being general by ensuring that it addresses the intended people that can assist in changing the legislation of the red tape affecting the small business.


Dumont, W. Yvon. “Manitoba: Speech from the Throne.” Second Session of the Thirty-Sixth Legislative Assembly, December 5th (2008)

Glenn, Ted. Professional Communications in the Public Sector: A Practical Guide. Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2014.

McGrath-Gaudet, Erin, and Prince Edward Island. “Prosperity Restricted by Red Tape.”

Smith, Dan. “Governance in transition: Mothballing Manitoba’s Council on Post-secondary Education.” Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy 170 (2017).

Walker, Richard M., and Gene A. Brewer. “An organizational echelon analysis of the determinants of red tape in public organizations.” Public Administration Review 68, no. 6 (2008): 1112-1127.