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Legislative Assembly Officers & Staff

 

Members of the Legislative Assembly

 

Members of Executive Council

 

Standing & Special Committee Chairpersons

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Aboriginal education

Curriculum development

Friesen, 1703-1704

McIntosh, 1704

Language instruction

Friesen, 1708

McIntosh, 1708

Provincial comparisons

Kowalski, 1713

McIntosh, 1713

Steering committee

Friesen, 1708

McIntosh, 1708-1709

Student demographics

Friesen, 1705-1707

Teacher education

Friesen, 1709

McIntosh, 1709-1711

Aboriginal health and wellness centre

Update

Chomiak, 1678, 1740-1771

McCrae, 1678, 1740-1741

Aboriginal Justice Initiatives (Supply)

Vodrey, 3394-3395

Aboriginal Justice Inquiry report

Implementation

Doer, 5180

Filmon, 5180

Aboriginal Solidarity Day Act

Minister's support

Praznik, 3226

Robinson, 3225-3226

Aboriginal Solidarity Day Act (Bill 201)

1r

Robinson, 840

2r

Ashton, 3812-3813

Jennissen, 1955-1958

Robinson, 1265-1266

Struthers, 1266-1268

Aboriginal women

Safety concerns

McGifford, 13

Vodrey, 13-14

Aboriginal Youth Justice Symposium

Minister's participation

Hickes, 4698

Vodrey, 4698-4699

Access Programs

Bursaries

Friesen, 4529-4530

McIntosh, 4529-4530

Court decision, appeal of

Friesen, 1893

McIntosh, 1893

Funding reduction

Doer, 5180

Filmon, 5180

Status

McIntosh, 1851-1852

Sale, 1851-1852

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba. See also Health, Department of (Supply)

Annual Report, 1996 (S.P. 118)

McCrae, 3828

Adjourn, motion to

Ashton 2123;

Speaker's ruling, 2123-2124

Adolescent pregnancy

Health of Manitoba's Children report-recommendations

McCrae, 4017

McGifford, 4016, 4017

McIntosh, 4016-4017

Reduction strategy

McGifford, 4017

Mitchelson, 4017

Adoption services

Privatization

Kowalski, 3693-3694

Mitchelson, 3693-3694

Advisory Committee to the Continuing Care Program

Chomiak, 1476

McCrae, 1476

A.E. McKenzie Co. Ltd.

Financial statements, 1995 (S.P. 56)

Gilleshammer, 2833

AECL. See Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.

Affirmative action. See Education and Training, Department of; Family Services, Department of; Health, Department of; School divisions

Agricultural Credit Corporation Amendment Act (Bill 24)

1r

Enns, 2117

2r

Enns, 2629

Wowchuk, 3707-3708

R/A, 5106

R/S

Enns, 4160

Agricultural Producers' Organization Certification Agency

Annual Report, 1996 (S.P. 164)

Enns, 4658

Agriculture, Department of

Annual Report, 1996 (S.P. 102)

Enns, 3779

Supplementary information

Enns, 1970

Agriculture, Department of (Supply)

Administration and Finance

Executive Support

Enns, 2554-25574, 2641-2655, 2740-2746

Wowchuk, 2554-2574, 2641-2655, 2740-2746

Minister's Salary

Enns, 2822

Wowchuk, 2822

Agricultural Development and Marketing

Administration

Enns, 2746-2758

Wowchuk, 2746-2758

Irrigation Development

Enns, 2807-2810

Wowchuk, 2807-2810

Marketing and Farm Business Management

Enns, 2803-2807

Wowchuk, 2803-2807

Soils and Crops

Enns, 2759-2762, 2801-2803

Wowchuk, 2758-2762, 2801-2803

Income Insurance and Support Programs

Tripartite Cattle Stabilization Plan

Enns, 2821

Wowchuk, 2821

Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corporation

Administration

Enns, 2669-2681

Wowchuk, 2669-2681

Manitoba Crop Insurance Corporation

Administration

Enns, 2655-2668

Wowchuk, 2656-2668

Opening Remarks

Enns, 2548-2552

Gaudry, 2554

Wowchuk, 2552-2553

Policy and Economics

Administration

Enns, 2818-2821

Wowchuk, 2817-2821

Regional Agricultural Services

Northwest Region

Enns, 2811-2817

Evans, C., 2813-2817

Wowchuk, 2810-2813

Agriculture, Standing Committee on

2nd Report

Penner, 4617-4620

1st Report

Dyck, 3963-3964

AIDS prevention

Government strategy

McCrae, 121

McGifford, 121

Alzheimer's disease

Care facilities, planning of

Friesen, 2107-2108

McCrae, 2108

Ambulance Services Amendment Act (Bill 37)

1r

McCrae, 2172

2r

Chomiak, 3937-3941

Kowalski, 4119

McCrae, 3191

Reid, 4116-4118

R/A, 5106

R/S

McCrae, 4439

Animal Care Act (Bill 70)

1r (see vol. 42a)

Enns, 2833

2r

Barrett, 4079-4081

Enns, 3188-3190

Evans, L., 3190

Gaudry, 3860-3861

Struthers, 3857-3860

Wowchuk, 3189-3190, 3854-3857

3r

Enns, 4821

Wowchuk, 4821

R/A, 5107

R/S

Enns, 4707

Antiracism

Training sessions

Gilleshammer, 2322-2324

Hickes, 2322-2323

APM Management Consultants. See Home Care Program

Apprenticeship program

Update

Kowalski, 1919-1920

McIntosh, 1919-1920

Apprenticeship programs

Interprovincial agreements

McIntosh, 1852-1853

Sale, 1852-1853

Update

Friesen, 1849

McIntosh, 1850-1851

Appropriation Act, 1996 (Bill 65)

C/W, 3460

1r

Stefanson, 3452

2r

Evans, L., 3452-3457

Stefanson, 3457-3459

3r, 3464

R/A, 3465

R/S, 3461

Arts industry

Employment opportunities

Filmon, 3742-3743

McGifford, 3742

Ashton, Steve (Thompson) N.D.P.

Aboriginal Solidarity Day Act (Bill 201)

2r, 3812-3813

Adjourn, motion to

ruled out of order 2123;

Speaker's ruling, 2123-2124

Budget debate, 750-753

Condolence, motions of

Borowski, Joseph P., 4853-4855

Decentralization (Supply), 3373-3376

Gaming Control and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 76)

2r, 4614-4615

Grievance, Matters of

Manitoba Telephone System

Privatization, 5012-5016

Health, Department of (Supply)

Administration and Finance

Executive Support, 1130-1132, 1469-1473

Minister's Salary, 2207-2209

Jobs Fund Repeal Act (Bill 62)

2r, 4212-4219

Labour Relations Amendment Act (Bill 26)

2r, 4362-4369

Manitoba Telephone System

Privatization, 1897

Manitoba Telephone System Reorganization and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 67)

2r, 4557-4565

R/S , 5067-5075, 5109-5119, 5231-5232, 5235-5239, 5241-5248, 5269-5278, 5300-5307, 5311-5315, 5317-5322, 5337-5348

Members' statements

Highways-Northern Manitoba, 3744

Home Care Program, 2182-2183

Manitoba Telephone System, 1147-1148, 2156-2157, 2434, 4021, 4437, 4492-4493, 4882-4883, 4995-4996

Northern health care, 3480-3481

Provincial parks-seasonal camping fees, 613

Recycling program-Thompson, 3565

Workplace safety, 1442-1443

Nelson House First Nation Northern Flood Implementation Agreement Act (Bill 53)

2r, 3801-3805

Opposition Day Motions

Canadian Wheat Board, 4389-4391

Home Care Program

Privatization, 2157-2159

Oral questions

Bill 67

Tabling request, 4988

Corrections system

Intermittent sentences, 4059-4060, 4153-4154

Crown corporations

Privatization-evaluation, 4490

Faneuil ISG Inc.

Financing, 403

Gaming facilities

Hours of operation, 5183-5184

Health, Minister of

Replacement, 1214

Health care system

Advertising campaign, 844-845

Home Care Program

Health, Minister of-comments, 1214

Labour dispute-resolution, 2126

Privatization, 723-724, 736, 1084

Privatization-consultations, 736

Privatization-public hearings, 1978

Impaired driving convictions

Criminal code provisions, 4107-4108

Inco Limited-labour dispute

Conciliator's report-workplace safety, 3517-3518

Justice, Minister of

Replacement request, 4108

Resignation request, 4154

Labour, Minister of

Replacement request, 3785

Labour relations

Minister's comments, 3783-3784

Manitoba Telephone System

Advertising campaign (see vol. 42a), 2835-2836

Advertising campaign-expenditures, 4285

Biggar, Barb

Communications contract, 608

Brokerage firms-mandate, 152

CRTC application, 5228-5229

Employee severance packages, 5289

Privatization , 117-118, 294-295, 608-609, 1145, 1637-1638, 1891-1892, 2175-2176, 3882-3884, 4198, 4533, 4876, 4964-4965, 4989, 5181

Privatization-brokerage firms, 5181-5182

Privatization-brokerage firms, expenses of, 4696

Privatization-campaign promise, 5006

Privatization-commission rate, 5222

Privatization-conflict of interest, 1766, 4284, 4333, 4484-4485

Privatization-consultations, 4380-4381

Privatization-CRTC hearings, 5143-5146

Privatization-independent commissioner, 4965-4966

Privatization-information tabling request, 4434-4435

Privatization-legal counsel, 4333

Privatization-pensions, impact on, 4198

Privatization-prospectus, 4582, 4794-4795, 4875-4876

Privatization-public consultations, 153

Privatization-public hearings, 1766, 3835-3836, 4533-4534, 4623, 4626

Privatization-rate increase, 1892

Privatization-rates, impact on, 3919-3920, 4660-4661, 4748-4789, 5096-5098

Privatization-referendum, 5005

Privatization-report costs, 4434

Privatization-rural Manitoba, 3136

Privatization-withdrawal, 4749

Privatization-Wood Gundy role, 5221-5222

Resolution debate, 4988

Right Associates, role of

Financing, 403

Salaries, disclosure of, 18-19

Senior management-moving expenses, 5288

Northern Patient Transportation Program

User fee, 521

Pharmacare

Reductions, 467-468

Reductions-consultations, 468

Provincial parks

Seasonal camping fees, 1279

REDI program

Information release, 72-73

Sexual offenders

Community notification, 3478

Teaching profession

Collective bargaining, 2612-2613

Video lottery terminals

Reduction, 5183

Video lottery terminals-revenues

Information release, 72

Petitions

Home Care Program

600; ruled in order 725, ruled in order 726

645; ruled in order 725

Manitoba Telephone System

Privatization

3639; ruled in order 3733

4327; ruled in order 4569

4737; ruled in order 4787-4788

4787; ruled in order 4866-4867

5093; ruled in order 5140

5139; ruled in order 5175

5175; ruled in order 5286

Provincial parks-seasonal camping fees

725; ruled in order 837

837; ruled in order 925-926

1076; ruled in order 1136

1489; ruled in order 1553

2357; ruled in order 2604

Points of order

P/O by Ashton respecting anticipating debate 1802;

ruled in order (Laurendeau) , 1802

P/O by Ashton respecting comments allegedly spoken (Filmon) 781;

taken under advisement 781;

Speaker's ruling, 1279

P/O by Ashton respecting comments made 930;

taken under advisement 931;

Speaker's ruling, 1440

P/O by Ashton respecting comments made 2162;

taken under advisement 2163;

Speaker's ruling, 2616

P/O by Ashton respecting comments made (Downey) 2127;

taken under advisement 2127;

Speaker's ruling, 2370

P/O by Ashton respecting comments made (McIntosh) 2162;

taken under advisement 2163;

Speaker's ruling, 2616

P/O by Ashton respecting comments made (McIntosh) 2181;

taken under advisement 2181;

Speaker's ruling, 3139-3140

P/O by Ashton respecting comments made (McIntosh) 3138;

taken under advisement , 3138

P/O by Ashton respecting imputation of motives (Filmon) 1890;

taken under advisement 1890;

Speaker's ruling, 2370

P/O by Ashton respecting reflection on the integrity of member for Crescentwood 150;

taken under advisement 150

Speaker's ruling, 572

P/O by Ashton respecting relevancy of debate 19;

ruled in order, 19

P/O by Ashton respecting relevancy of debate 67;

ruled in order, 67

P/O by Ashton respecting relevancy of debate 420;

ruled in order, 420

P/O by Ashton respecting relevancy of debate (McCrae) 2149;

taken under advisement 2149;

Speaker's ruling, 2792

P/O by Ashton respecting unparliamentary language (Filmon) 1567;

taken under advisement 1567;

Speaker's ruling, 2843-2844

P/O by Ashton respecting word "arrogant" 2841;

taken under advisement, 2841

P/O by Ashton respecting words "cheap political shots" (Filmon) 417;

Members cautioned, 417

Private Members' Business

Resolutions

Churchill, Port of, 916-917

Gambling, social impact of, 4684-4686

Hydro rates, equalization of, 4086-4089

Immigration policy changes, 1964

Manitoba Telephone System

Privatization, 4728-4731

Part-time employees, improved benefits for, 3871-3873

Privilege, Matters of

Adjournment motion (1), 2125-2126

Adjournment motion (2), 2126

Fishing industry

Sisipuk Lake-illegal exports, 4422-4423

Fleet Vehicles Agency

Tabled documents, 3406-3407

Home Care Program, 1074-1075

Manitoba Telephone System, 4653-4655

Presiding Officer, nonconfidence in, 3140-3143, 3148-3149

Presiding Officer, role of, 5189-5199

Rules, interpretation of, 5213-5216

Speaker, resignation of, 5366-5379

Public Assets Protection Act (Bill 203)

1r, 3129

2r, 3813-3817

Public Schools Amendment Act (2) (Bill 72)

2r, 4312-4316

Regional Health Authorities and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 49)

2r, 4128-4131

Remembrance Day Amendment Act (Bill 50)

2r, 4647-4648

Statute Law Amendment (Taxation) Act, 1996 (Bill 63)

2r, 4671-4673

Throne Speech debate, 388-389, 405-409

Urgent Public Importance, Matters of

Home Care Program-labour dispute, 784-786

Justice, Minister of, 4065-4066

Labour, Minister of

Statements made, 3747-3748

Manitoba Telephone System

Privatization-public hearings, 4631-4632

York Factory First Nation Northern Flood Implementation Agreement Act (Bill 52)

2r, 3798-3800

Assiniboine Community College

Annual Report, 1995 (S.P. 5)

McIntosh, 288

Annual Report and Financial Statements, 1996 (S.P. 173)

McIntosh, 5095

Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.

Pinawa research facility

Filmon, 71

Mihychuk, 71

Status

Doer, 975

Filmon, 975

Automobile Injury Compensation Appeal Commission

Annual Report, 1996 (S.P. 89)

Ernst, 3640

Autopac

Privatization

Filmon, 3783

Lamoureux, 3783

Rate increase

Filmon, 293-294

Lamoureux, 293-294

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