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Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Department

Annual report

Robinson, 3503

Capital grants

Robinson, 1083-1084, 1084-1085

Rowat, 1083-1084, 1084-1085

Estimates

Debate, 1079-1100, 1150

Speakers

Cullen, 1093-1097

Lamoureux, 1099-1100

Robinson, 1079-1100

Rowat, 1081-1092, 1097-1099

Ministerial travel expenditures

Robinson, 1083

Rowat, 1083

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review

Robinson, 928

Tendered contracts

Robinson, 1083

Rowat, 1083

Aboriginal justice strategy

Funding

Chomiak, 776

Aboriginal medicine

Health-care system recognition

Howard, 3556

Jennissen, 3557

Aboriginal missing and murdered women

Government task force

Irvin-Ross, 3607

Marcelino, 3607

Aboriginal Procurement Initiative

Selinger, 405

Aboriginal programs

Funding

Graydon, 562

Aboriginal women

Historical challenges

Howard, 2950

Aboriginal Youth Achievement Awards. See Members' statements

ACCESS programs

Blady, 1968

Marcelino, 2945

Access Transcona health centre

Reid, 72

Acres, Heather. See Members' statements

Active Aging Week. See Members' statements

Act Respecting the Administration of Oaths of Office

[Bill 1]

1 R

Doer, 7

Adam, Aimť R. (Pete). See Condolences, motions of

Addiction services for youth

Driedger, 1640-1642

Irvin-Ross, 1640-1642

Addictions Foundation Amendment Act

[Bill 38]

1 R

Irvin-Ross, 3305

2 R

Irvin-Ross, 3516-3517

Lamoureux, 3517-3520

Consultations

Lamoureux, 3518-3519

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Annual Report

Irvin-Ross, 3760

Problem gambling programs

Irvin-Ross, 2402

School-based programs

Irvin-Ross, 2092

Rowat, 2092

Treatment wait times

Driedger, 2536

Irvin-Ross, 2092-2093, 2536-2537

Rowat, 2092

Adult learning and literacy

Funding

Brick, 147

Hawranik, 1298

McGifford, 1298

Government support

Blady, 1968

Adult Learning Centres

Annual report

McGifford, 491

Facility need (Morris)

Hawranik, 1300-1301

McGifford, 1300-1301

Funding formula

Faurschou, 1295-1296

Hawranik, 1302

McGifford, 1295-1296, 1302

Student increase

Hawranik, 1301

McGifford, 1301

Teacher wages

Faurschou, 1295

McGifford, 1295

Advanced Access initiative

General comments

Selinger, 407

Program expansion

Korzeniowski, 1024

Oswald, 1024

Advanced Education and Literacy Department

Annual report

McGifford, 3661

Estimates

Debate, 1290-1302

Speakers

Faurschou, 1295-1297

Hawranik, 1290-1293, 1297-1300, 1301-1302

Lamoureux, 1293-1295

McGifford, 1290-1302

Taillieu, 1300-1301

Ministerial travel expenditures

Hawranik, 1299-1300

McGifford, 1299-1300

Staffing

Hawranik, 1291

McGifford, 1291

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review

McGifford, 762

Advanced Manufacturing Initiative

Rondeau, 680

Selinger, 324

Advancing Age strategy

Irvin-Ross, 1933-1934

Rowat, 1933

Affordable housing

Federal funding partnership

Reid, 2071

Funding

Howard, 549

Oswald, 542

Selby, 720

Selinger, 401

General comments

Borotsik, 1211-1212

Selinger, 1211-1212

Government strategy

Maguire, 666

Government support

Reid, 73

Northern Manitoba

Jennissen, 2074-2075

Ten Ten Sinclair initiative

Howard, 2221

Affordable housing (Brandon)

Funding

Caldwell, 598

Affordable seniors housing. See Resolutions

Aging in Place strategy

Blady, 36

Braun, 1614

Mackintosh, 1713

Rowat, 1614

Saran, 139, 1616

Agreement on Internal Trade and labour mobility

Role of Scott Smith

Pedersen, 1590-1591

Swan, 1590-1591

Status

Pedersen, 1583-1590

Swan, 1583-1590

Agricultural co-operatives

Tax-deferred co-operative shares

Faurschou, 2489-2490, 2674-2675

Lamoureux, 2490-2491

Agricultural Producers' Organization Certification Agency Report

Wowchuk, 647

Agricultural societies

Funding

Faurschou, 508, 1328-1329

Wowchuk, 1329

Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives Department

Advertising costs

Eichler, 1331-1332

Wowchuk, 1332

Annual report

Wowchuk, 3561

Bilateral Canada-Manitoba agreement

Eichler, 888

Wowchuk, 888

Bridging Generations program

Wowchuk, 888-889

Budget

Cullen, 2345

Community roundtables

Derkach, 1402-1403

Wowchuk, 1402-1403

Estimates, 887-905

Debate, 795-812, 957-972, 1328-1335, 1394-1411, 1488-1489

Speakers

Briese, 899-901

Cullen, 902-905, 957-960, 1407-1408

Derkach, 960-968, 1394-1405

Eichler, 797-798, 798-813, 888-899, 1330-1335, 1408-1411

Faurschou, 1328-1330

Gerrard, 1405-1407

Maguire, 968-972

Wowchuk, 795-797, 798-813, 888-899, 899-901, 902-905, 957-960, 960-968, 968-972, 1329-1335, 1394-1410

Expenditures

Doer, 124

Feasibility study projects

Derkach, 1405

Wowchuk, 1405

Federal funding

Eichler, 812, 890-891

Wowchuk, 812, 890-891

Field drainage announcement

Faurschou, 157-158

Hiring policies

Maguire, 1917-1918

Wowchuk, 1917-1918

Outside consultations

Maguire, 1917-1918

Wowchuk, 1917-1918

Regional development corporations

Derkach, 1403-1404

Wowchuk, 1403-1405

Rural development programs budget allotment

Derkach, 963

Wowchuk, 963

Staffing

Eichler, 1334-1335

Wowchuk, 1334-1335

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review

Wowchuk, 727

Untendered contracts

Eichler, 1335

Wowchuk, 1335

Agriculture and Food, Standing Committee on. See also Resolutions

First Report

Nevakshonoff, 386

Agriculture buildings

Regulations

Taillieu, 2610

Agriculture industry. See also Growing Opportunities centres

2010 goals

Eichler, 1331

Wowchuk, 1331

Agriculture farming initiatives

Wowchuk, 806-807

Carbon sinks

Briese, 3367

Crop insurance changes

Eichler, 800

Wowchuk, 800

Economic challenges

Graydon, 563

Environmental programs funding

Eichler, 1281

Wowchuk, 1281-1282

Farming initiatives

Eichler, 806-807

Federal funding

Nevakshonoff, 591

Irrigation development

Faurschou, 508

Lack of budget support

Derkach, 587-588

Local marketing initiatives

Eichler, 806

Wowchuk, 806

Risk-management programs

Eichler, 661

Taxation portioning percentage

Doer, 824

Agri-Food Research and Development

Federal-provincial funding split

Eichler, 810-811

Wowchuk, 810-811

Funding eligibility

Derkach, 1396-1397

Wowchuk, 1396-1397

Funding increase

Faurschou, 507

Staffing

Eichler, 810-811

Wowchuk, 810-811

AgriInsurance program

Premium reduction

Eichler, 799

Wowchuk, 799

AgriInvest program

Administration costs

Eichler, 802-804

Wowchuk, 802-803

Federal government administration costs

Wowchuk, 804

AgriRecovery program

Disaster assistance eligibility

Eichler, 482-483

Maguire, 457-458

Wowchuk, 457-458, 483

Feed freight assistance

Maguire, 457

Wowchuk, 457

Government support

Nevakshonoff, 178-179

Livestock Feed Assistance Program

Wowchuk, 691

AgriStability program

Administration costs

Eichler, 802

Wowchuk, 802

Application assistance

Eichler, 803

Wowchuk, 803

Cattle producer assistance

Eichler, 67

Eligibility

Eichler, 802

Wowchuk, 802

Federal government administration costs

Eichler, 804, 3361

Wowchuk, 804, 3362

Five-year net market income reference margins

Eichler, 801

Wowchuk, 801

Forage Restoration Assistance Program

Eichler, 800-801

Maguire, 670, 2481

Nevakshonoff, 738

Wowchuk, 467-468, 634, 800-801

Job losses

Eichler, 803

Wowchuk, 803

Livestock Feed Assistance Program

Nevakshonoff, 738

Wowchuk, 467

Payout support

Eichler, 801-802

Wowchuk, 801-802

Payout wait times

Eichler, 802

Wowchuk, 802

Success rates

Briese, 3367

Agri-Tourism Advisory Committee

General comments

Eichler, 1330-1331

Wowchuk, 1330-1331

Air Canada base closures. See Members' statements

Aiyawin Corporation

Taillieu, 3254

Alberta

Budget

Hawranik, 717

Debt

Borotsik, 1007-1008

Schuler, 746

Alcohol

Price regulations (Northern Manitoba)

Gerrard, 1260

Alexander School 40th anniversary. See Members' statements

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

Apprenticeship and Certification Act

[Bill 26]

R/S, 3336-3337, 3340, 3342, 3344

Balanced budget, 743

Budget

Debate, 742-744

Pension liabilities, 1878-1879

Buildings and Mobile Homes Amendment Act

[Bill 23]

1 R, 927

2 R, 2044

Canadian Red Cross 100th anniversary, 1709

Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants

Foreign work regulations, 1872-1873

Child day care

Spaces, 744

Committee of Supply

Concurrence Motion, 2197-2199

Day of Mourning, 1278

Employment recruitment agencies, 1769

Employment Standards Code

Overtime clarification, 1880

Fire Commissioner office

Fire reports, 1881-1883

Staffing, 1881

Fiscal Stabilization Fund

Government use, 743-744

Flooding and ice jams

Kingston Crescent, 743

Foreign workers

Illegal charges, 1823-1826

Regulations, 1768-1769, 1872-1873

Forestry industry

Economic challenges, 3178

Gateway program, 1814-1815

Greyhound Canada job losses, 3065, 3104-3106

Holodomor Memorial Day, 857

Immigration

Settlement services agencies, 1826-1827

Statistics, 1821

Interim Appropriation Act, 2009

[Bill 10]

C/W, 456-457, 459-460

Labour and Immigration Department

Annual report, 3459

Contribution agreements decision, 1870

Employee misconduct allegations, 1873-1875, 1915-1916, 2197-2199

Employee turnover, 1825

Estimates, 1812-1831, 1869-1884

Funding increase, 1880

Inclusion of Fire Commissioner office in Estimates book, 1880-1881

Ministerial travel expenditures, 1875-1876

Oral Questions

Labour and Immigration Department

Employee misconduct allegations, 1915-1916

Staffing, 1813-1817

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review, 1532

Labour Board

Mayfair Farms case, 1769

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

[Bill 225]

2 R, 1768-1770

Plain language requirements, 1769-1770

Lathlin, Oscar, 742-743

Manitoba Development Corporation

Roles and functions, 1878

Manitoba Fairness Commisioner's office, functions of, 1883-1884

Manitoba Immigrant Integration program

Grant criteria, 1828

Manitoba Labour Management Review Committee

Annual report, 2362

Report, 2751

Manitoba Lotteries Corporation

Annual report, 3205

First quarter report, 3205

Manitoba Safety Council

SAFE Workers of Tomorrow programs, 1818-1819

Manitoba Trade and Investment Corporation annual report, 3100

Matters of urgent public importance

Tembec

Employee lock-out, 3178-3179

Members' statements

Canadian Red Cross 100th anniversary, 1709

St. Vital Curling Club, 1025

Youville Centre, 2656-2657

Ministerial statements

Day of Mourning, 1278

Holodomor Memorial Day, 857

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, 358-359

National Day of Mourning

Workers Compensation Board advertising, 1877

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, 358-359

Office of the Fairness Commissioner, 456-457

Oral Questions

Greyhound Canada job losses, 3065, 3104-3106

Provincial Nominee Program

Family stream processing times, 3511-3512

Tembec

Employee insurance payout request, 3268

Employee lock-out, 3005-3006

Government involvement, 3268

Yellowhead Regional Employment Skills & Services

Office closure, 3312-3313

Pension Commission

Pension security, 1879

Personal Information Protection and Identity Theft Prevention Act

[Bill 219]

2 R, 2068

Points of order

P/O by Allan requesting apology for remarks from member for Portage la Prairie, 3341

Provincial Nominee Program

Applications, 1831

Employer-direct stream, 203-204, 1822-1823, 1870-1873

Family stream processing times, 3511-3512

Foreign advertising, 1830

Preferential treatment appeal, 1875

Priority streams, 459-460

Retention rate of settlers, 1829

Success rates, 1830-1831

Wait times, 1828, 1831

Provincial Trade Advisory Council

Regulation changes, 3336

Resolutions

80th anniversary of Women as Persons, 2947-2948

CentrePort Canada, supporting a foreign trade zone, 3155-3157

St. Vital Curling Club, 1025

Tembec

Employee insurance payout request, 3268

Employee lock-out, 3005-3006

Government involvement, 3268

Women's History Month, 2947-2948

Worker Advisor Office, 1821

Workers Compensation Amendment Act

[Bill 17]

1 R, 685

2 R, 2042

Firefighter coverage, 2042

Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba

Annual Report, 607

Appeal Commission and Medical Review Panel Annual Report, 607

Compensation claim indexing, 1884

Coverage expansion, 1819, 1880

Five-Year Plan, 607

Legislature caseworker, 1877-1878

Report of the Fair Practices Advocate, 607

Workplace Safety and Health Branch

Employee statistics, 1819

School programs, 1817-1818

Workplace investigations, 1820

Yellowhead Regional Employment Skills & Services

Office closure, 3312-3313

Youville Centre, 2656-2657

Allan Cup Championship. See Members' statements

All Nations Coordinated Response Network

After-hours caseload management

Mackintosh, 1856-1857

Mitchelson, 1856-1857

Crisis Response Unit

Mackintosh, 1854-1856

Mitchelson, 1854-1856

Functions and responsibilities

Mackintosh, 1854

Mitchelson, 1854

Intake unit

Mackintosh, 1855-1857

Mitchelson, 1855-1857

MGEU meetings with Minister

Mackintosh, 1858-1859

Mitchelson, 1858-1859

Staff morale

Mackintosh, 1857-1858

Mitchelson, 1857-1858

Staff secondments

Mackintosh, 1858

Mitchelson, 1858

All-weather roads

Construction authority

Lamoureux, 3724

Lemieux, 3721-3722

Maguire, 3719-3720

Economic benefits

Cullen, 377

Lemieux, 3722-3723

Environmental strategy

Lamoureux, 2040-2041, 3725

Maguire, 3721

Pedersen, 151

Impact on food prices

Gerrard, 1261-1262

Rowat, 1259

Lake Winnipeg east side

Brick, 714

Cullen, 620, 3093-3094

Derkach, 103

Faurschou, 1784

Hawranik, 180

Lemieux, 285, 1383, 2039, 3378-3379

Maguire, 1383, 3088-3091, 3378-3379, 3719-3720

Marcelino, 107

Reid, 72

Robinson, 250-251, 2958

Project status

Ashton, 217

Lemieux, 287, 1381

Maguire, 1381

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

Bicycle helmets

Enforcement, 2732-2733

Mandatory use, 2732

Public education, 2732

Child day care

Funding, 2971

Spaces, 3252

Child poverty

Government reduction strategy, 2733

Communities in Motion initiative, 1795

Condolences, motions of

Lathlin, Oscar, 3497-3499

Day Nursery Centre 100th Anniversary, 773-774

DePape, NoŽlle, 2029-2030

East Blanchard Park, 3769

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Liquor bottle labelling, 3441

Greenheart Housing Co-op, 3252

Greenhouse gas emissions

Kyoto targets, 847

Healthy Buddies initiative, 615

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Bicycle Helmets)

[Bill 202]

2 R, 2731-2733

Liquor Control Amendment Act (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Prevention)

[Bill 210]

2 R, 3442

Manitoba Product Stewardship Corporation

Recycling levies, 846

Many Voices, One World program, 133-134

Members' statements

Child day care funding, 2971

Day Nursery Centre 100th Anniversary, 773-774

DePape, NoŽlle, 2029-2030

East Blanchard Park, 3769

Many Voices, One World program, 133-134

Omand's Creek clean-up, 2186

World Water Day and Earth Hour, 501

Natural Areas Conservation Program

Government funding, 936-937

Omand's Creek clean-up, 2186

Oral Questions

Communities in Motion initiative, 1795

Healthy Buddies initiative, 615

Natural Areas Conservation Program

Government funding, 936-937

Pimachiowin Aki Corporation

Government funding, 2028

Pimachiowin Aki Corporation

Government funding, 2028

Plastic checkout bags ban, 846-847

Poverty reduction strategy, 3253

Recycling programs, 844

Resolutions

ALL Aboard, 3251-3253

Waste Reduction and Prevention Amendment Act

[Bill 212]

2 R, 846-847

World Water Day and Earth Hour, 501

Alternate Land Use Services program

Government funding

Melnick, 153

Need for replacement program

Rowat, 700

Alternative energy

Geothermal systems

Rondeau, 256, 840, 1687, 1839-1840

Struthers, 838

Government support

Cullen, 142-143

Green buildings

Gerrard, 940

Wind energy

Financial capacity of Babcock & Brown

Cullen, 47-48, 85-86

Selinger, 47-48, 85-86

Wind energy projects

Ashton, 331, 351

Cullen, 142-143, 1838-1839, 3271-3272

Doer, 307, 361

Integration into energy grid

Cullen, 2983

Faurschou, 2983-2984

Manitoba Hydro choice of investors

Cullen, 47-48, 1839, 2450

Rondeau, 1839

Selinger, 47-48

Pedersen, 152, 326

Reid, 70

Rondeau, 255-256, 1838-1839

Schuler, 254

Swan, 3703

Wowchuk, 327, 3271-3272

ALUS. See Alternate Land Use Services program

Amazing Agriculture Adventure program. See Members' statements

Ambulance services

Fees (Grand Rapids)

Doer, 916-917

Gerrard, 916-917

Fleet replacement

Caldwell, 599

Funding (Winnipeg)

Selinger, 409

Reductions (Pinawa)

Hawranik, 471, 475-476, 718

Oswald, 472, 475-477

Amusements Amendment Act

[Bill 237]

1 R

Faurschou, 2359

Animal Care Amendment Act

[Bill 2]

1 R

Wowchuk, 39

2 R

Briese, 380-381

Eichler, 381-382

Lamoureux, 381

Pedersen, 379-380

Wowchuk, 378-379

C/3 R

Eichler, 2612-2614

Gerrard, 2614

Rowat, 2614-2615

R/A, 2991

Appeal Board

Wowchuk, 379

Effect on livestock industry

Briese, 380-381

Eichler, 382

Lamoureux, 381

Pedersen, 379

Wowchuk, 378

Enforcement concerns

Rowat, 1283-1284

Wowchuk, 1283-1284

Animal kennels

Licensing requirements

Pedersen, 378

Wowchuk, 378

Animikii Ozoson Child and Family Services

Client numbers

Mackintosh, 1853

Mitchelson, 1853

Costs

Mackintosh, 1853-1854

Mitchelson, 1853-1854

Mandate

Mackintosh, 1812

Mitchelson, 1812

Anishinaabe Child and Family Services

Quality assurance review

Mackintosh, 933-934

Taillieu, 933-934

Staff conference attendance

Mackintosh, 932

Mitchelson, 932

Apprenticeship and Certification Act

[Bill 26]

1 R

Swan, 1171

2 R

Faurschou, 3030-3032

Gerrard, 2056-2057, 2097

Lamoureux, 2097-2101

Maguire, 3032-3033

Pedersen, 3023-3026

Rondeau, 2054-2056

Taillieu, 3026-3030

R/S

Allan, 3336-3337, 3340, 3342, 3344

Faurschou, 3340-3342

Graydon, 3337-3338

Maguire, 3344

Pedersen, 3334-3336, 3339-3340, 3344

Taillieu, 3342-3343

C/3 R

Graydon, 3684-3687

Lamoureux, 3684

Pedersen, 3682-3684

Swan, 3688-3689

Taillieu, 3687-3688

R/A, 3784

Centralization

Pedersen, 3683

Compulsory certification

Graydon, 3686

Swan, 3689

Foreign creditential recognition

Lamoureux, 3684

Apprenticeship and Trades Qualification Board

Role clarification

Rondeau, 2055

Apprenticeship training. See also Foreign workers

Government funding

Bjornson, 114

Martindale, 522

Saran, 138

Selby, 31

Journeyman Red Seal designations

Pedersen, 1594-1595

Swan, 1594-1595

Plumbing profession changes

Pedersen, 1596-1602

Swan, 1596-1602

Spaces

Ashton, 216

Bjornson, 116

Brick, 715

Doer, 295, 750

Gerrard, 2056

Lemieux, 287

Marcelino, 107, 626

Melnick, 154

Oswald, 543

Pedersen, 1596, 1684

Reid, 71

Rondeau, 256, 2055

Selinger, 403-404, 756

Swan, 222-223, 368, 557-558, 1596, 1684, 3689

Appropriation Act, 2009

[Bill 33]

1 R

Selinger, 2203

2 R

Selinger, 2203

C/W, 2245

C/3 R

Borotsik, 2341-2344

Cullen, 2344-2346

Lamoureux, 2346-2348

R/A, 2395

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

All-weather roads

Project status, 217

Alternative energy

Wind energy projects, 331, 351

Apprenticeship training spaces, 216

Assiniboine River Diversion

Capital investment, 733-734

Shellmouth Dam, 733

Bergeron, Guy

Lack of support for Sandbagger invention, 2586-2587

Biodiesel industry, 351

Building Canada Fund

Recreational facilities (Brandon), 2634

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Northern Manitoba service reductions, 471

Child and Family Services agencies

Holiday bonuses, 365

Communities Economic Development Fund

Northern Manitoba employment opportunities, 2025-2026

Community economic development national conference, 2543

Community Revitalization Tax Increment Financing Act

[Bill 4]

1 R, 135

2 R, 373-374

Conawapwa dam, 351

Condolences, motions of

Lathlin, Oscar, 3480-3482

Deer overpopulation, 2621

Disaster Financial Assistance

Federal funding formula, 1898-1899

Increase for flood victims, 771

Disraeli Freeway

Closure disruptions, 1974

Government partnerships, 1974

Repair options, 466, 1974

Emergency health-care services

Government funding, 2634

Emergency Measures Organization

Disaster Financial Assistance program, 1886

Flood costs, 1885-1886

Emerson lagoon upgrade requirements, 734-735

Fiscal Stabilization Fund

Increase, 330

Fishing

Impact on economy, 2626

Flood-damaged homes

Disaster financial assistance eligibility, 1886

Expropriation process, 1888-1889

Government buyouts, 2433-2434

Government response, 1887-1888

Flooding and ice jams, 417, 491, 528, 607, 647, 686, 727-728, 763, 858, 928-929

Communication to public, 649, 656-657

Damage costs (Winnipeg), 567

Disaster assistance, 469, 1895, 2541

Diversion on border road, 1895

Evacuation orders, 727-728, 2740

Evacuation orders (Breezy Point), 656-657

Evacuation orders (Roseau River Reserve), 1906-1907

First Nations communities, 1368, 1897-1898

Government programs, 536

Icebreaking machines, 1893

Mitigation strategy, 1891-1892

Mitigation strategy (Emerson), 1894

Mitigation strategy (St. Adolphe), 1894

Mitigation strategy for Lake Winnipeg, 649-650

Permanent diking, 2739

Ring dikes, 396-397

River crest predictions, 732

Souris River, 858, 928-929

Tube diking system, 420-421, 2739-2740

Hog industry moratorium, 351

Hunting

Decline, 2620-2621

Economic impact, 2620

Firearms acquisition licence process, 2621

Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Heritage Act

[Bill 217]

2 R, 2620-2621

Immigration increase, 352

Influenza A (H1N1)

Northern communities pandemic plan, 2819-2820

Infrastructure

Funding, capital, 2527

Funding, federal, 331

Intergovernmental Affairs Department

Advertising costs, 1847

Budget decrease, 1847

Capital grants advancements, 1847-1848

Estimates, 1844-1850, 1885-1908

Ministerial travel expenditures, 1847

Provincial Planning Services funding decrease, 1848

Staffing, 1846

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review, 1634

Jordan's Principle implementation, 1906

Keeyask dam, 351

Land-use planning

Consultations with livestock industry, 1902-1903

Proposed changes, 1899

Land Value Appraisal Commission

Length of deliberations, 2239-2240, 2276

Lathlin, Oscar, 213

Manitoba Vision 2020, 331

Manufacturing industry, 351

Matters of privilege

Immigration branch program closures, Minister's comments, 226-227

Mining industry

Government strategy for growth, 331, 351-352

Ministerial statements

Flooding and ice jams, 417, 491, 528, 607, 647, 686, 727-728, 763, 858, 928-929

Red River Floodway

Circumstances of operation, 567

Municipal Conflict of Interest and Campaign Financing Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 35]

1 R, 2531

2 R, 2597-2600

Municipalities

Accountability, 2599

Campaign financing disclosures, 2597-2598

Conflict-of-interest guidelines, 2598

Grants, 2634

Landfill costs, 1908

Land-use policies, 1849

Revenue sharing, 374, 2633

Services, 1900-1901

Neighbourhoods Alive!

Funding, 2634

Program expansion, 1845

Program success rate, 1904-1905

Opposition day motion

Economic plan, 330-332

Photo radar ticket refunds, 2766-2768

Oral Questions

Assiniboine River Diversion

Capital investment, 733-734

Bergeron, Guy

Lack of support for Sandbagger invention, 2586-2587

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Northern Manitoba service reductions, 471

Child and Family Services agencies

Holiday bonuses, 365

Communities Economic Development Fund

Northern Manitoba employment opportunities, 2025-2026

Community economic development national conference, 2543

Disaster Financial Assistance

Increase for flood victims, 771

Disraeli Freeway repair options, 466

Emerson lagoon upgrade requirements, 734-735

Flood-damaged homes

Government buyouts, 2433-2434

Flooding and ice jams

Communication to public, 649, 656-657

Disaster assistance, 469, 2541

First Nations communities, 1368

Government programs, 536

Mitigation strategy for Lake Winnipeg, 649-650

River crest predictions, 732

Tube diking system, 420-421

Land Value Appraisal Commission

Length of deliberations, 2239-2240, 2276

Rapid transit funding (Winnipeg), 2274-2275

Red River Floodway

Circumstances of operation, 498

Communication to public, 609, 650

Daily operation reports, 731-733

Ice jam concerns, 497

Operation authority, 610, 650-651

Warnings for affected communities, 497

Winnipeg protection levels, 730-731

Photo radar

Use in school zones, 2766-2767

Police services

Government funding, 2634

Population increase, 330

Rapid transit funding (Winnipeg), 373, 1844, 1974-1975, 2274-2275

Red River Floodway

Circumstances of operation, 498, 567

Communication to public, 609, 650

Daily operation reports, 731-733

Emergency situation call, 1891

Floodway inlet notches, 1897

Government funding, 396

Ice jam concerns, 497

Operation authority, 607, 610, 650-651

Protection levels, 731-732

Warnings for affected communities, 497

Winnipeg protection levels, 730-731, 1889-1890

Resolutions

Disraeli Freeway repair options, 1973-1975

Economic stimulus, 2526-2528

Flood worker recognition, 2739-2741

Making Manitoba a "have" province, 351-353

Removal of provincial sales tax from certain services used by Manitoba's municipal governments, 2632-2634

R.M. of La Broquerie

Auditor General's report, 1908, 2598-2599

Snow Lake, Town of

Economic growth, 351

Taxation

Farmland School Tax Rebates, 1845

Throne Speech

Debate, 213-218

University College of the North

Government support, 216-217

Waste-water treatment facilities, rural

Regulations, 1850

Winnipeg

Infrastructure funding, 1845, 1974

Northeast growth, 1974-1975

Winnipeg Police Service

Central Traffic Unit Photo Enforcement Safety Program annual report, 2580

Winnipeg River bank erosion, 1906

Wuskatim dam

General comments, 351

Project status, 2527

Assessippi Ski Hill 10th anniversary. See Members' statements

Assiniboine Community College

Culinary arts program

Caldwell, 100, 600

Len Evans Centre of Trades and Technology

Caldwell, 100, 600

Nursing program

Employment insurance assistance

Faurschou, 1297

McGifford, 1297

Assiniboine Community College annual report

McGifford, 123

Assiniboine River Diversion

Bridge damage

Doer, 832

Faurschou, 469-470, 832

Lemieux, 469-470

Capacity levels

Doer, 833

Faurschou, 833

Capital investment

Ashton, 733-734

Faurschou, 733-734

Dike breach

Faurschou, 1049

Lemieux, 1049

Flooding

Doer, 419

Faurschou, 1581

Melnick, 1581

General comments

Doer, 729

Ice-flow management

Faurschou, 469

Melnick, 469

Navigable waterway designation

Faurschou, 1664-1665

Melnick, 1664-1665

Shellmouth Dam

Ashton, 733

Derkach, 2352

Doer, 729, 832, 989-990

Faurschou, 733

Upgrade requirements (See also Matters of grievance)

Doer, 831-832

Faurschou, 831-832, 1180-1181, 3168-3169

Melnick, 1180-1181, 3169

Water levels

Faurschou, 1563-1564

Melnick, 1563-1564

Association for a Clean Rural Environment

Recycling initiative

Cullen, 2447-2448

Association of Manitoba Municipalities Lifetime Membership Award. See Members' statements

Auditor's General Report to the Legislative Assembly

Audits of Government Operations

Hickes, 301

Austin Threshermens' Reunion

Government funding

Eichler, 1330

Faurschou, 1328-1329

Wowchuk, 1329-1330

Autism

Applied behaviour analysis services

Howard, 550

Autism Awareness Month. See Members' statements

Auto insurance

Provincial comparisons

Borotsik, 1213

Selinger, 1213

Automobile drivers

Cell phone use

Gerrard, 2978

Lamoureux, 2382-2383

Lemieux, 375

Maguire, 2381-2382, 2977

Selby, 31

Safety legislation

Pedersen, 148

Smoking with minors present

Lamoureux, 2382, 2726

Lemieux, 375

Maguire, 2381

Automobile Injury Compensation Appeal Commission annual report

Wowchuk, 3373

Automobiles

Climate Change Commission recommendations

Cullen, 1832

Rondeau, 1832-1833

Hybrid vehicle rebate

Cullen, 1833

Rondeau, 1833

Sale of pre-1995 vehicles

Cullen, 1833

Rondeau, 1833

Auto theft. See also Winnipeg Auto Suppression Strategy

1990 statistics

Chomiak, 870-872

Lamoureux, 870-871

Decrease

Chomiak, 3763

Lamoureux, 711, 3353-3354

Selby, 31

Selinger, 410

Offender's age

Lamoureux, 2662

Avastin medication availability. See Members' statements

 

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