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Standing & Special Committee Chairpersons

 

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Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Department

Annual report

Robinson, 3813-3814

Estimates

Debate, 2010-2023

Speakers

Rowat, 2011-2023

Supplementary Information

Lathlin, 1621

Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce

Dewar, 3599

Aboriginal economic development

Government support

Selinger, 505

Aboriginal economic involvment, increase

Resolutions

Dewar, 3597-3600

Eichler, 3603-3604

Gerrard, 3606-3608

Jennissen, 3604-3606

Lathlin, 3601-3603

Rowat, 3600-3601

Taillieu, 3608

Aboriginal education

Academic achievements

Bjornson, 620, 3111

McGifford, 2322

Taillieu, 3608

Graduation rates

Bjornson, 1379-1380

Doer, 221-222

Lamoureux, 1379-1380

McFadyen, 221-222

Medical students, bursary programs

Jennissen, 3621

Martindale, 598

Medical students, financial assistance

Selby, 687

Standardized tests

Doer, 223

McFadyen, 222

Aboriginal Midwifery Education Program

Howard, 1018-1019

Aboriginal off-reserve housing

Building criteria

Mackintosh, 3315

Federal funding

Doer, 3315-3316

Mackintosh, 3128, 3314-3316

Mitchelson, 3316

Rowat, 3128, 3314-3315, 3600

Aboriginal peoples

Economic opportunities

Dewar, 3598-3599

Eichler, 3603

Robinson, 348

Rowat, 348

Population statistics

Rowat, 3600

Trade training

Lathlin, 3602

Rowat, 3601

Aboriginal youth suicides

Reduction strategies

Lathlin, 2033-2034, 2122-2123, 3719-3720

Robinson, 2032, 2094-2095, 2123

Rowat, 2032-2033, 2094-2095, 2122-2123, 3719-3720

Abuse allegations, foster care

Ashton, 3555-3556

Mitchelson, 3555-3556

ACCESS programs

McGifford, 2322

Act Respecting the Administration of Oaths of Office

[Bill 1]

1 R

Doer, 10

Addiction services

Government initiatives

Irvin-Ross, 2420-2421

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

School-based program status

Irvin-Ross, 2638-2639

Rowat, 2638

Adoption legislation review

Briese, 1905-1906

Mackintosh, 1905-1906

Adult learning and literacy

Government funding

Martindale, 598

See also Members' Statements

Adult Literacy Act

Martindale, 635

Advanced Education and Literacy Department

Adult Learning Centres annual report tabling

McGifford, 776

Annual report

McGifford, 3904

Brandon University annual financial report

McGifford, 3751

Collége de Saint Boniface financial statements

McGifford, 3751

Estimates

Debate, 1418-1424, 1509-1520

Speakers

Driedger, 1418, 1421-1424, 1509-1519

Faurschou, 1418-1421

Manitoba Council on Post-Secondary Education

Annual report

McGifford, 3751

Staffing

Driedger, 1421-1422

McGifford, 1422

Supplementary Information

Alllan, 1197

University of Manitoba annual financial report

McGifford, 3751

University of Winnipeg financial statements

McGifford, 3751

Advanced Manufacturing Initiative

Selinger, 497

Swan, 1788, 1868-1869, 3314

Advanced Marketing Initiative

Federal partnership

Swan, 681

Advisory Council on Workforce Development Act

[Bill 21]

1 R

Chomiak, 623

2 R

Lamoureux, 2133-2134

Maguire, 2132-2133

Swan, 2131-2132

C/3 R

Chomiak, 2944

Faurschou, 2945-2946

Gerrard, 2944

Maguire, 2945

R/A, 2953

Affordable Housing Initiative

Construction costs

Altemeyer, 3800

Energy efficiency

Altemeyer, 3800-3801

Caldwell, 3803

Rondeau, 3395, 3806

Federal funding

Altemeyer, 3799-3798

Cullen, 3801-3802

Mackintosh, 2589

Reid, 2583

Investments

Mackintosh, 1762

African, Black and Caribbean Communities. See Members' Statements

Age-Friendly Manitoba

Irvin-Ross, 1911

Agri-Food Research and Development Initiative

Additional funding

Faurschou, 903

Wowchuk, 903

Government funding

Faurschou, 726

Wowchuk, 889

Agricultural crisis. See Ministerial Statements

Agricultural Policy Framework

Eichler, 159, 161

Wowchuk, 535

Agriculture

Assistance for livestock producers

Eichler, 39-40

Wowchuk, 39-40

Cost of fertilizer

Dyck, 677

Enhanced feed ban

Eichler, 389-390

Fertilizer costs

Cullen, 593

Wowchuk, 593

Income support programs

Doer, 532-533

Irrigation demand

Faurschou, 967

Wowchuk, 966-967

Permanent cover retainment

Briese, 691

Recovery strategy, Manitoba farmers (See Petitions)

Regulatory reform

Faurschou, 3499

Soil conditions

Compensation for farmers

Eichler, 2621, 2984

Wowchuk, 2621

Effect on agriculture

Maguire, 2438

Struthers, 2438

Effect on cattle producers

Lemieux, 2522-2523

Maguire, 2522-2523

Stabilization programs

Jennissen, 731

Wildlife predation programs

Dyck, 677

See also Food production

Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives Department

Annual report

Wowchuk, 3655

Assistance for producers

Eichler, 18

Wowchuk, 18

Co-operative Loans and Loans Guarantee Board annual report

Wowchuk, 3813

Contract awards

Eichler, 893-894

Wowchuk, 893-894

Cooperative Promotion Board annual report

Wowchuk, 3813

Estimates

Debate, 888-904, 950-972, 1300-1313, 1351-1366, 1424-1436

Speakers

Briese, 960-962, 1353-1354

Cullen, 898-902

Derkach, 1300-1313, 1354-1366

Eichler, 890-898, 950-958, 1424, 1426-1435

Faurschou, 902-904, 962-967

Gerrard, 958-960, 1424-1425

Graydon, 967-972, 1434-1435

Pedersen, 1351-1353

Wowchuk, 950-972

Expenditures

Doer, 797

Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation annual report

Wowchuk, 3655

Position vacancy savings

Eichler, 954

Wowchuk, 954-955

Promotion of pork industry

Eichler, 2635-2636

Struthers, 2635-2636

Research and development

Faurschou, 903

Wowchuk, 903

Staff relocations

Eichler, 894

Wowchuk, 894

Staffing

Eichler, 892-893

Wowchuk, 892-893

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review, departmental expenditure estimates tabling

Wowchuk, 776

Untendered contracts

Eichler, 950-951

Wowchuk, 950-951

Agriculture and Food, Standing Committee on

1st Report

Nevakshonoff, 2963-2968

Meeting request

Eichler, 486-487

Wowchuk, 486-487

Agriculture tax

Rebates

Eichler, 158-159

AgriInvest program

General comments

Eichler, 656-657, 890-891

Pedersen, 718

Wowchuk, 588

AgriRecovery program

Cattle industry payments

Briese, 3769

Consultations

Eichler, 897

Wowchuk, 897

Coverage demographics

Eichler, 896

Wowchuk, 896

Disaster assistance coverage

Eichler, 896

Wowchuk, 896

Eligibility

Eichler, 954

Wowchuk, 954

General comments

Eichler, 952-954, 953-954

Pedersen, 718

Wowchuk, 952-954, 954

See also Flooding (Interlake)

AgriStability program

General comments

Eichler, 656-657, 890-891

Wowchuk, 518-519, 535-536, 588, 959

Payment cap

Eichler, 897-898

Wowchuk, 897-898

Payment guidelines

Eichler, 897-898

Wowchuk, 897-898

Air Canada base closures

Communication to Premier

McFadyen, 3075

Flight attendant base closure

Lamoureux, 3225

Swan, 3218-3219, 3225-3226

Taillieu, 3218-3219

Request for Montreal all-party meeting

Borotsik, 3078-3079

Doer, 3560

Lamoureux, 3072, 3560

See also Members' Statements; Petitions; Urgent Public Importance, Matters of

Air Canada Public Participation Act

Lamoureux, 3072

Air Force 101. See Members' Statements

Airport Farm Project (Neepawa). See Members' Statements

Aiyawin Corporation

Misuse of funds

Taillieu, 2590

All-weather roads

Economic impact

Jennissen, 3008, 3400-3401

Lathlin, 3602

Lake Winnipeg east side

Cullen, 3406

Doer, 1116

Faurschou, 196

Graydon, 200-201

Lemieux, 867, 1408-1410, 1415-1416

Maguire, 736, 1408-1409, 1415

McFadyen, 1116

Selinger, 505

Maintenance

Cullen, 3406

Pedersen, 3403

Public consultations

Doer, 2096

Gerrard, 2095-2096

Lemieux, 2095

Allan, Hon. Nancy (St. Vital) N.D.P.

Advanced Education and Literacy Department

Supplementary Information, 1197

Auditor General report

Letter of complaint investigation, 3663

Budget

Debate, 700-701

Building permits and inspections, 1666, 1669

Business immigration program

Applicant funds, 1668

Canadian Communication for Physicians Trained Abroad program, 3821-3822

Canadian Medical College Evaluating Forms

Tutorial for foreign physicians, 3822

Committee of Supply

Concurrence Motion, 2625-2626

Condolence, Motions of

Walding, Derek James, 3332

Culture, Heritage and Tourism Department

Supplementary Information, 1621

Day of Mourning, 1197

Domestic violence, 2673

Provincial statistics, 2672

Reduction strategy, 842-843

Domestic Violence Death Review Committee Act

[Bill 236]

2 R, 2672-2673

Economy

Business tax rate, 81

Growth, 700

Increase in minimum wage, 81

Emergency Care Task Force Report (2004)

Implementation of recommendations, 3544

Employee recruitment agencies

Legislation changes, 2135-2136

Fire fighting services

Rural municipalities, 1667-1668

Glenwood Community Centre, 3622

Holocaust Memorial Day, 1496-1497

Immigration

Recruitment missions, 1668

Settlement services, 1670

Statistics, 2438

International Labour Cooperation Agreements Implementation Act

[Bill 23]

1 R, 743

International Medical Graduates Medical Licensure Program, 3822

Jennifer Jones Curling Team, 844-845

Labour and Immigration Department

Annual report, 3751

Conciliation branch, 1611

Estimates

Debate, 1594-1612, 1661-1674

Fair practices commissioner hiring process, 1606-1607

Grant application process, 1670-1671

Initiatives with Competiveness, Training and Trade Department, 1669

Manitoba Labour Management Review Committee reports, 2925

Manitoba Women's Advisory Council annual report, 3751

Minister's travel expenditures, 1601-1602

Office of the Fire Commissioner annual report, 3751

Service purchase agreement, 1670

Staffing, 1595-1598, 1669-1670

Supplementary Information, 1496

Workers Compensation Board fund transfer, 1662

Labour Relations Amendment Act (Information in Employee's Language)

[Bill 214]

2 R, 1875-1877

Louis Riel Day

Naming process, 2625-2626

Manitoba Agricultural Museum

Boiler inspections, 1667

Manitoba's Qualifications Recognition Strategy, 3821

Members' Statements

Glenwood Community Centre, 3622

Jennifer Jones Curling Team, 844-845

Minimum wage increase, 700-701

Ministerial Statements

Day of Mourning, 1197

Holocaust Memorial Day, 1496-1497

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women, 443-444

Montréal massacre, recognition of, 443

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women, 443-444

Office of the Fire Commissioner

Permit revenues, 1665-1666

Oral Questions

Auditor General report

Letter of complaint investigation, 3663

Canadian Communication for Physicians Trained Abroad program

Government support, 3821-3822

Domestic violence

Reduction strategy, 842-843

Immigration statistics, 2438

Minimum wage increase, 81

Provincial Nominee Program, 3359

Workers Compensation Board

Coverage for low-risk employees, 751

Expansion of coverage, 1502-1503, 2348-2349, 2865-2866

Payroll tax reduction, 700

Pension liabilities

Government payments, 700

Population increase, 700

Privilege, Matters of

Workers Compensation Board, Labour Minister's comments, 1614

Provincial Nominee Program, 3359

Acceptance process, 1673-1674

Applicant funds, 1668

Cost to applicants, 1668

Dependents, 1672-1673

Landing targets, 1671-1672

Web site, 1672

Talent agencies, employee protection, 2135

Taxation

Personal tax exemption increase, 701

Small business tax rate, 701

Throne Speech

Debate, 251-253

Union Centre

Worker safety programs, 1599

Urgent Public Importance, Matters of

Air Canada base closures, 3073-3074

Sinclair, Brian, 3543-3544

Violence against women, 443

Whistle-blower legislation, 3663

Worker Recruitment and Protection Act

[Bill 22]

1 R, 703

2 R, 2134-2136

R/S, 2853-2854

Workers Compensation Board

Annual report tabling, 585

Appeal Commission and Medical Review Panel annual report, 585

Coverage for low-risk employees, 751

Expansion of coverage, 1502-1503, 1663-1665, 2348-2349

Expansion of coverage report, 2865-2866

Fair Practices Office annual report, 585

Five-Year Plan, 585

Hiring practices, 1662

Mechanical and engineering coaliton mediation fees, 1665

Report review 2005, 1665

Request for proposals process, 1662-1663

Revenues, 1611-1612

Safe Work inititiatives, 1599

School programs, 1599

Staffing, 1603

Workplace Safety and Health

Auditor General's report, 1608

Enforcement policy, 1662

Injury reduction effectiveness, 1604-1605

Injury statistics, 1604

Labour executive board, 1608

Labour Management Services, 1661

Partnerships, 1611

Violation enforcement, 1609-1610

Worker fatalities, 1604-1605

Altemeyer, Rob (Wolseley) N.D.P.

Affordable Housing Inititative

Construction costs, 3800

Energy efficiency, 3800-3801

Federal funding, 3799-3798

Battle of Vimy Ridge Memorial, 566

Climate change initiatives, 784

Community generosity, 3322

Commuter Challenge, 2702

Crime prevention strategies, 1208-1209

Devils Lake diversion, 97

Drinking Water Safety Act, 97

Geothermal heating, 95

Green Buildings

Resolutions, 3798-3801

Green Schools program, 2254-2255

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Booster Seats)

[Bill 224]

2 R, 2802-2803

Job Works Youth Builders program, 3823

Katimavik Program 30th anniversary, 2534-2355

Kyoto targets, 93-94

Lake Winnipeg

Water quality initiatives, 95-96

Manitoba Housing Authority, 41

Manitoba Hydro

Power Smart program, 3801

Members' Statements

Battle of Vimy Ridge Memorial, 566

Community generosity, 3322

Commuter Challenge, 2702

Crime prevention strategies, 1208-1209

Job Works Youth Builders program, 3823

Katimavik Program 30th anniversary, 2534-2355

Oral Questions

Climate change initiatives, 784

Green Schools program, 2254-2255

Manitoba Housing Authority, 41

Social and Economic Development, Standing Committee on

6th Report, 2959-2963

Throne Speech

Debate, 93-97

Water Protection Act, 96

Wind energy, 94

Wuskwatim Generating Station, 95

Alternate Land Use Services program

Cattle industry benefits

Gerrard, 1425

Graydon, 970-971

Wowchuk, 970-971, 1425

General comments

Faurschou, 2316

Gerrard, 545

Government funding

Gerrard, 959

Wowchuk, 959

Need for expansion

Eichler, 656

Gerrard, 2309

Alternative energy

General comments

Pedersen, 133-134

Wowchuk, 135

Government funding

Blady, 640

Selinger, 499

Government initiatives

Faurschou, 1976

Rondeau, 658, 1976

See also Geothermal heating; Wind energy

ALUS. See Alternate Land Use Services program

Alzheimer's disease

Irvin-Ross, 1913-1914

Rowat, 1913-1914

AMBER Alert protocol

Martindale, 3697

Ambulance services

Federal invoice

Doer, 3259-3260, 3357-3358

Gerrard, 3259-3260, 3357

Martindale, 3019

Oswald, 3013

Funding increase

Blady, 672

Oswald, 672-673

Wait times

Doer, 3028-3029

McFadyen, 3028-3029

AMI. See Advanced Marketing Initiative

Anderson, Jordan. See Jordan's Principle

Animal Care Amendment Act

[Bill 48]

1 R

Wowchuk, 3307

2 R

Wowchuk, 3382-3384

Enforcement

Wowchuk, 3383

Licencing requirements

Wowchuk, 3383

Report of abuse

Wowchuk, 3383

Anti-gang legislation

Criminal Property Forfeiture Act

Chomiak, 1221

Hawranik, 184-185

Mackintosh, 185

Government initiatives

Chomiak, 16-17

Hawranik, 16-17

Anti-Semitic incidents

Howard, 1276

APF. See Agricultural Policy Framework; Agriculultural Policy Framework

Apology Act

Government support

Doer, 1259

Implementation

Gerrard, 1645

Oswald, 1645

Apology to residential school survivors. See Ministerial Statements

Apprenticeship Futures Commission

General comments

Brick, 768

Swan, 1788

Report

Faurschou, 1793

Maguire, 1805-1806, 2002-2009

Swan, 680, 1806, 2002-2009

Apprenticeship training

Aboriginal students

Maguire, 1856

Swan, 1856

Cost to student

Maguire, 2006-2007

Swan, 2006-2007

Enrolment statistics

Maguire, 1859-1860

Swan, 1859-1860

Government funding

Blady, 640

Martindale, 598

Government initiatives

Selinger, 497

Struthers, 177

Journeyperson ratio

Maguire, 2005-2006

Swan, 2006

Journeypersons Hiring Incentive

Maguire, 2003

Swan, 1788, 2003

Red Seal certification

Faurschou, 1794

Maguire, 2004

Swan, 1794, 2004

Spaces

Borotsik, 1245

Brick, 768

Selinger, 1245

Swan, 679-680, 1788, 1806, 3314

See also Co-op Education and Apprenticeship Tax Credits

Appropriation Act, 2008

[Bill 42]

1 R

Selinger, 2718

2 R

Selinger, 2718

3 R

Chomiak, 2718

R/A, 2730

Arctic Bridge initiative

Lemieux, 867

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

Abuse allegations, foster care, 3555-3556

Association of Manitoba Municipalities

Expropriation policy consultations, 1724-1725, 3287

Livestock disposal disaster plan, 1787

Bridges (Brandon)

18th Street Bridge project status, 1771

Budget

Debate, 573-577

Building Canada Fund

Implementation, 1721-1722

Negotiations, 1722-1723

Red River Floodway financing, 1722

Building Communities Initiative

Components, 1773-1774

Evaluation report, 1774

Program renewal, 1774

Building Manitoba Fund

Municipal allotment formula, 1721

Projects, 1766

Tax-sharing transfers, 1721

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Ukrainian famine, inclusion of, 427

Clean Environment Commission

Scientific advice for nutrient reduction, 3820-3821

Committee of Supply

Concurrence Motion, 2482, 2626

Community Revitalization Tax Increment Financing Act

[Bill 46]

1 R, 2919

2 R, 3079-3085

Government intent, 3757-3758

Condolence, Motions of

Baker, Clarence, 3239-3240

Dialysis services

First Nations communities, 1767-1768

Disaster Financial Assistance program, 632-633

Eligibility, 1715, 1719

Municipal equipment cost, 1715

Disraeli Freeway

Project plans, 3661-3662

Provincial involvement with plans, 1771-1772

Elections

Electoral cycle, 2051

Financing, 2051-2052

Fixed dates, 2051

Emergency health care services

Increased staffing, 1714

Emergency Measures Organization

Assistance for tornado victims, 632-633

CANALERT system, 1715, 1719

Flooding compensation, 3221

Fertilizer, chemical

Use on Legislative grounds, 1935-1936

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Federal prevention legislation, 3794

Prevention strategies, 3793-3794

Forest fires, 2510-2511

The Forks North Portage Partnership

Participation in legislative committee, 1769

Standing Committee appearance, 3760

Gunshot and Stab Wounds Mandatory Reporting Act

[Bill 20]

3 R, 2793-2794

Health care facilities (Cross Lake), 1767-1768

Hecla Island expropriations, 3286-3287

Highway 6 traffic light, 293

Highway accidents

Responsibiltiy for costs, 491-492

Highways and roads, upgrades, 573

Hollow Water cottage development

Property assessments, 186

Immigration settlement services, 573

Intergovernmental Affairs Department

Contract tendering, 1718

Estimates

Debate, 1765-1787

Minister's travel expenditures, 1720

Premier's travel expenditures, 1720

Staffing, 1717-1719

Supplementary Information, 1621

Jordan's Principle implementation, 1767

Kenaston Underpass, 1771

Komagata Maru

Federal recognition, 2078

Resolutions, 2078-2079

Lake Winnipeg

Nutrient reduction, 3820

Legislative Building

Closed sign protocol, 2640

Legislative grounds

Soil testing, 1935-1936

Lighthouses program, 1720

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 19]

C/3 R, 2939

Livestock operations development plans

Deadline, 353

Plans waiting for approval, 353

Lobbyists Registration Act and Amendments to The Elections Act, The Elections Finances Act, The Legislative Assembly Act and The Legislative Assembly Management Commission Act

[Bill 37]

2 R, 2051-2052

Mailing and printing privileges

Amendments to legislation, 2085-2086

Manitoba Hydro power line

Benefit for east side remote communities, 76

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Amendment Act (Elimination of Benefits for Auto Thieves)

[Bill 229]

2 R, 2496

Minimum wage increase, 575

Ministerial Statements

Forest fires, 2510-2511

Municipal Amendment Act

[Bill 231]

2 R, 3286-3288

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act

[Bill 36]

2 R, 2199

Municipal funding, tax-sharing, 1714

Municipal Recreation and Library Fund

Application process, 1722

Projects, 1766

Renewal, 1714

Neighbourhoods Alive! communities, 1714, 1720, 1773, 1780

Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation

Personal care home funding, 1767

Non-Smokers Health Protection Amendment Act (Protecting Children From Second-Hand Smoke in Motor Vehicles)

[Bill 223]

2 R, 2071-2072

North End Housing Project deficit, 1776

Nutrient management projects, lack of provincial government support for City of Winnipeg

Resolutions, 2679-2681

Oral Questions

Abuse allegations, foster care, 3555-3556

Clean Environment Commission

Scientific advice for nutrient reduction, 3820-3821

Community Revitilization Tax Increment Financing Act

[Bill 46]

Government intent, 3757-3758

Disraeli Freeway project plans, 3661-3662

The Forks North Portage Partnership

Standing Committee appearance, 3760

Highway 6 traffic light, 293

Highway accidents

Responsibiltiy for costs, 491-492

Hollow Water cottage development

Property assessments, 186

Livestock operations development plans

Deadline, 353

Plans waiting for approval, 353

Manitoba Hydro power line

Benefit for east side remote communities, 76

R.M. of Rosser land transfer

Responsibility for emergency services, 185-186

Responsibility for traffic light, 190-191

Roseau River land transfer

Service agreement, 1206

Severe weather warnings, 2832-2833

Tornado victims (Elie)

Financial assistance, 632-633

Waste-water treatment plants

Government funding, 36-37, 841-842, 1819-1820, 1820-1821, 2286-2287, 2288-2289, 2634-2635, 2762-2763

Phosphorus-Free Dishwashing Detergent Act

[Bill 201]

2 R, 325-328

Points of Order

P/O by Ashton regarding clarification on Speaker's ruling and whether the term racist can be used in the House, 2038-2040

P/O by Derkach regarding comments by Minister of Conservation, 2402

P/O by Goertzen regarding disparaging remarks from member, 2475-2476

P/O by Goertzen regarding Minister's intervention during question, 2482-2483

P/O by Mitchelson requesting that the Member for St. Vital be brought to order

ruled out of order, 3826

Police services

Increased staffing, 1714

Primary Caregiver Tax Credit, 575

Privilege, Matters of

Lobbyists Registration Act and Amendments to The Elections Act, The Elections Finances Act, The Legislative Assembly Act and The Legislative Assembly Management Commission Act

[Bill 37]

Impact on freedom of speech, 2085-2086

Property tax credit, 575

Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Amendment Act

[Bill 235]

2 R, 2906-2907

Public sector protection, 2906-2907

Public Sector Accounting Board

Infrastructure amortization, 1766

Rapid Transit Task Force, 1768-1769

Renaissance Brandon funding, 3081

R.M. of Ellice

Expropriation case, 1723-1724

R.M. of Rosser land transfer

Responsibility for emergency services, 185-186

Responsibility for traffic light, 190-191

Roseau River land transfer

Service agreement, 1206

School Resource Officer Program

City of Brandon request, 1779

City of Thompson request, 1779-1780

Pembina Trails School Division request, 1779

Severe weather warnings, 2832-2833

Spanish Civil War

Resolutions, 2239-2240

Spirited Energy campaign

Branding effectiveness, 434-436

Resolutions, 434-436

Tax increment financing

Government intent, 3757

Testing of Bodily Fluids and Disclosure Act

[Bill 18]

3 R, 2780-2783

First responder needs, 2780-2783

Tornado victims (Elie)

Financial assistance, 632-633

Transit, municipal

Government funding, 1714, 1720

Transportation infrastructure (Winnipeg)

Government funding, 1714

Ukrainian Famine and Genocide Memorial Day Act

[Bill 217]

2 R, 426-428

University College of the North, 574, 576

University of Manitoba Domino project, 576

Urban Development Inititative

Funding, 1719, 1775-1776

Housing Department partnership, 1777

Program evaluation, 1775, 1777

Urgent Public Importance, Matters of

Livestock industry, economic challenges, 543-545

Waste-water treatment plants

Clean Environment Commission recommendations, 1782-1783, 1783, 1785, 2286-2287, 2289, 2680

Combined sewer overflow, 1785

Departmental funding, 1786

Government funding, 36-37, 841-842, 1781-1782, 1784-1785, 1819-1820, 1820-1821, 2286-2287, 2288-2289, 2634-2635, 2679, 2762-2763, 3821

Winnipeg, City of

Infrastructure costs, 1770-1771, 1772-1773, 3661-3662

Property value increase, 3081

Rapid transit funding, 1768-1769, 3079-3080, 3084

Tax incentive funding, 3081

Winnipeg Partnership Agreement, 1715

Winnipeg Taxicab Board

Plate applications, 2626

Asia-Pacific Gateway program

Funding

Lemieux, 880, 1342

General comments

Lemieux, 876-877

Maguire, 868, 876-877, 1997, 2171

Highway upgrades

Lamoureux, 949-950

Lemieux, 949-950

Project funds

Lemieux, 1341

Asperger syndrome

Government programs

Gerrard, 1822

Irvin-Ross, 1822

Assiniboine Community College

Alternative energy courses

Cullen, 1973

Expansion

Driedger, 1519

McGifford, 1519

Government development

Caldwell, 605

Nursing program waiting list

Faurschou, 1574-1575

Oswald, 1574-1575

Program development

Selinger, 506

Redevelopment

Caldwell, 157

Student wetlands project

Cullen, 1486

Struthers, 1486

Assiniboine Regional Health Authority

Board appointments

Oswald, 2351-2352

Pedersen, 2351

Facility project status

Cullen, 2658-2659

Oswald, 2658-2659

Nursing shortage

Derkach, 2713

Oswald, 2520, 2713

Rowat, 2520

Nursing training

Derkach, 2713-2714

Oswald, 2713-2714

Resources

Cullen, 2659

Oswald, 2659

Staff recruitment

Cullen, 2660-2661

Maguire, 2706

Oswald, 2660-2661, 2706

Assiniboine River Diversion

Capital funding

Doer, 1252

Faurschou, 1252

Need for repairs

Faurschou, 1298

Lemieux, 1298

Assisted Living Program (Neepawa)

Briese, 348

Oswald, 348

Association of Manitoba Municipalities

Access road resolution

Eichler, 3410

Expropriation policy consultations

Ashton, 1724-1725, 3287

Bjornson, 3293

Caldwell, 3289-3290

Faurschou, 3289

Pedersen, 1724-1725, 3285

Reid, 3294

Livestock disposal disaster plan

Ashton, 1787

Pedersen, 1787

Atlantic Gateway project

Infrastructure and Transportation Department involvement

Lemieux, 876-877

Maguire, 876-877

Auditor General report

Letter of complaint investigation

Allan, 3663

Lamoureux, 3663

Augustine United Church 120th Anniversary. See Members' Statements

Auto theft

Bail monitoring

Rondeau, 2164

Bait-car program

Chomiak, 223-224, 1037, 1138

Hawranik, 223, 1145

Lamoureux, 1138

Swan, 371, 2492

Decrease

Blady, 2791

Brick, 770

Chomiak, 710, 1037, 1137-1138, 3354-3355

Hawranik, 2160

Jennissen, 730

Lamoureux, 760, 1137-1138

Reid, 2161, 2163

Federal legislation

Hawranik, 614

General comments

Gerrard, 126-127

Immobilizer program

Chomiak, 1139

Dewar, 2490

Eichler, 2163

Faurschou, 2168

Goertzen, 2451-2452

Lamoureux, 2166

Maloway, 216, 695

Reid, 611, 2161-2162

Rondeau, 2165-2166

Swan, 2492

Offenders

Lamoureux, 2167

Reduction strategy

Chomiak, 493

Graydon, 378-379

Hawranik, 364-367, 1145

Lamoureux, 493

Sentencing

Chomiak, 1136-1137

Lamoureux, 1136-1137

Statistics

Chomiak, 1138, 1215-1216

Lamoureux, 1138, 1215-1216

See also Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Amendment Act (Elimination of Benefits for Auto Thieves)

Auto Theft Task Force

Blady, 2791

Reid, 2161-2162

Selinger, 503

Statistics

Selinger, 503

Automobile child restraint seats

Consumer education

Gerrard, 3588

Avastin medication

Chomiak, 1325

Driedger, 3164-3166

Oswald, 3165-3166

Rowat, 1325

See also Members' Statements

 

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