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Members of the Legislative Assembly

 

Members of Executive Council

 

Standing & Special Committee Chairpersons

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A & O Support Services for Older Adults

Crothers, 1827

Gaudreau, 1833

ABA treatment. See Applied behavior analysis

Abecedarian approach

Irvin-Ross, 585

Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Department

Supplementary Information for Information Review 2015-2016

Robinson, 1383

Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce Gala. See Members' statements

Aboriginal education

Federal funding, need for

Dewar, 431

Graduation rates

Graydon, 612

Rowat, 541-542

Aboriginal Healing Foundation

Lathlin, 577, 1298

Aboriginal women

Missing and murdered, inquiry

Gerrard, 1537-1538

Irvin-Ross, 770

Selinger, 1537-1538, 1994

Right to vote

Bjornson, 775

Lathlin, 814

Wight, 812

Violence against

Driedger, 104, 372

Pallister, 62

Robinson, 207

Violence against (Rinelle Harper)

Pallister, 62

Violence against (Tina Fontaine)

Irvin-Ross, 248-249

Pallister, 62

Wishart, 248-249

Aboriginal youth

'60's Scoop

Adoption and foster care placements

Robinson, 208, 224

Canada World Youth

Ewasko, 145

Children in care numbers

Gerrard, 1478

Children in care, apprehensions

Wishart, 1995

Education and training programs

Chief, 264

ACCESS Centre

East and North Kildonan

Braun, 483

Prenatal program (River East)

Blady, 1762

Mitchelson, 1762

ACCESS centres

General comments

Blady, 1639, 1643

New locations

Blady, 193

Access to information requests

Government spending record

Ashton, 1028-1029

Chief, 1028

Helwer, 1028-1029

Accessibility for Manitobans Act

Irvin-Ross, 848

Accommodation Services

Assets, transfer of

Dewar, 939, 1155

Friesen, 939

Helwer, 1155

Community college leases

Ashton, 1509

Helwer, 1509

Departmental move

Ashton, 1508

Dewar, 1337

Helwer, 1336-1337, 1508

Employees, transfer of

Dewar, 1158

Piwniuk, 1158

Pension and union contracts

Ashton, 1509-1510

Helwer, 1509-1510

Staff, relocation of

Ashton, 1422-1423

Helwer, 1422

Accountants. See Chartered Professional Accountants Act

Accounting

Audits and review legislation

Friesen, 1953

Public accounting services

Restriction of

Friesen, 1953

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Annual report March 31, 2014

Crothers, 371

Adoption

'60's Scoop

Aboriginal youth

Robinson, 208, 224

First Nation, Inuit, Metis heritage

Selinger, 1993-1994

Access requests, tracking

Irvin-Ross, 1038, 1042, 1134

Wishart, 1038

Metis Federation records

Irvin-Ross, 1038

Wishart, 1038

Paternity testing wait times

Irvin-Ross, 1039, 1051

Wishart, 1039, 1051

Adult Abuse Registry Amendment Act (Bill 26)

1 R

Irvin-Ross, 831

2 R

Ewasko, 2058-2059

Gerrard, 2057-2058

Graydon, 2056-2057

Irvin-Ross, 2051-2052

Mitchelson, 2059-2061

Wishart, 2052-2055

C/3 R

Ewasko, 2297-2298

Gerrard, 2296-2297

Irvin-Ross, 2296

Wishart, 2297

R/A

Filmon, 2298

Adult Abuse Registry Committee

Graydon, 1826

Adult learning centres

Funding for

F. Marcelino, 170

Graduation rates

F. Marcelino, 169

AED's. See Automated external defibrillators

Affordable Food in Remote Manitoba (AFFIRM)

Crothers, 2432

Affordable housing. See also Project Domino

ALL Aboard strategy

Irvin-Ross, 119

Construction timeline

Irvin-Ross, 374

Mitchelson, 373-374

Funding for

Saran, 555

General comments

Saran, 677

New units

Irvin-Ross, 584

T. Marcelino, 44

Wight, 523

Occupancy timeline

Irvin-Ross, 374

Mitchelson, 374

Units (Logan)

F. Marcelino, 185

AFFRIM. See Affordable Food in Remote Manitoba

African Communities in Manitoba Incorporated. See Members' statements under Ebola prevention

After School Leaders program

Chief, 262

Age-Friendly Manitoba Initiative

Wiebe, 2081

Agreement on Internal Trade

Review of

Chief, 2474

Agricultural Hall of Fame. See Manitoba Agricultural Hall of Fame

Agriculture industry. See also Canadian Wheat Board; Farmers market; Members' statements under Support for livestock producers; Wheat and grain

Biosecurity

Kostyshyn, 626

Climate change, effects of

Nevakshonoff, 538

Crop types

Briese, 673

Disease prevention initiatives

Kostyshyn, 331

Flooding (2011)

Claim settlements

Ashton, 1792

Cullen, 227

Eichler, 304

Helwer, 1792

Piwniuk, 123

Flooding, effects of

Graydon, 611

Pedersen, 146

Piwniuk, 602-603

Wishart, 497

Greenhouse gas emissions

Gerrard, 1621-1622, 1812

Selinger, 1812

Gross domestic product numbers

Kostyshyn, 622

Locally grown food

Government regulations

Kostyshyn, 1395-1396

Pedersen, 1395

Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Department

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 2015-2016

Kostyshyn, 1309

AIDS. See World AIDS Day

Air ambulance services. See also Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society (STARS)

Delorme, Gerry, departure

Blady, 2469

Driedger, 2469

General comments

Selinger, 1030

Request for proposals

Gerrard, 1128

Selinger, 1128

Airports. See also Winnipeg Airports Authority

International flights

Jet fuel tax, elimination

Selinger, 710

Runway construction (Southwest Manitoba)

Ashton, 1794

Piwniuk, 1794

Alberta election 2015

Kostyshyn, 622

Oswald, 613

Alcohol. See Craft beer industry

Alert Ready

New emergency alert system

Ashton, 598-599

Wiebe, 598

Alexander, Ardith Mae. See Members' statements

Alexander, RM of

Water boil order

Ewasko, 188

ALL Aboard strategy

Affordable housing

Irvin-Ross, 119

Effectiveness of

Gerrard, 145-146, 158

ALL Aboard Strategy

Effectiveness of program

Irvin-Ross, 2529

Wishart, 2529

All Nations Coordinated Response (ANCR)

Emergency call service-staffing levels

Irvin-Ross, 1275

Wishart, 1274-1275

Service provision

Irvin-Ross, 1135-1137

Wishart, 1135-1137

Staff, after-hours numbers

Irvin-Ross, 1135

Wishart, 1135

Staffing numbers

Irvin-Ross, 1135, 1140

Wishart, 1135, 1140

Support worker training

Irvin-Ross, 1141

Wishart, 1141

All terrain vehicle (ATV's). See Members' statements

All-weather roads

Bloodvein First Nation

All-weather road access

Robinson, 207, 400

Selinger, 311

Northern Manitoba communities

Pettersen, 564

Allan, Nancy (St. Vital) NDP

Green Action Centre, 1279

Legislative Affairs, Standing Committee on

Third report, 1849-1852

Fourth report, 2335-2339

Third report, 1849-1852

Members' statements

International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, Biphobia, 846-847

Melnychuk, Mary, 1278-1279

Save Our Seine, 2583

World AIDS Day, 251-252

Youville Centre, 479

Public Schools Amendment Act (Pedestrian Safety at New Schools) (Bill 203)

 2 R, 354-355

Social and Economic Development, Standing Committee on

 Fifth report, 2199-2211

 Sixth report, 2333-2335

Allum, Hon. James (Fort Garry-Riverview) NDP

Band Constable Program

Cancelation of, 231, 391

Budget 2015

Debate, 498-502

Bullying prevention, 501

General comments, 501

Certified Occupations Act (Bill 18)

C/3 R, 2610-2611

Children in care

Graduation rates, 1753-1754, 1753-1755, 1754-1755, 1902, 1934, 2045

Civil Legal Services

Annual report 2013-2014, 93

Concerning Complaints About Judicial Conduct of Judges, Masters and Judicial Justices of the Peace

Annual report 2013, 134

Correctional facilities

Youth gang activity, 247-248

Correctional facilities, youth

Youth gang activity, 247-248

Council of Presidents of Universities in Manitoba (COPUM), 1239

Council on Post-Secondary Education (COPSE)

Reporting structure, 1238

Discriminatory Business Practices Act

Annual report 2013-2014, 134

Drug Treatment Court

Future of, 232, 391

École Noël-Ritchot

New renovation project, 911

École Rivière Rouge

New french immersion school, 448

Economy

Growth rate, 2157

General comments, 2157

Investments in, 499

Education and Advanced Learning Department

Estimates

Speakers, 1232-1241

Staffing, 1234-1235, 1237-1238

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 2015-2016, 903

Education system

Capital infrastructure spending, 2527-2528

Classroom upgrades, 500

Education funding

Debt servicing costs, 445

French immersion school, K-8

New construction in South Pointe, 559

Graduation rates, 500

General comments, 500

K-8 french immersion school

New construction in South Pointe, 559

Science lab renewal program, 2387

Science, reading and math

PISA assessment results, 423-424

PISA assessment results, 423-424, 1274

Funding, need for, 478-479

General comments, 1274

Test score results, 1312-1313

FIFA Women's World Cup, 1375

First Nation Safety Officers, 231-232

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA)

Non-profit organizations, 1716

Gang activity

Youth correction centres, 247-248

Green Acres School (Brandon)

New gymnasium announcement, 637

Helen Betty Osborne Memorial Foundation

Annual report, 2012-2013, 173

Highways and roads

Infrastructure investments, 230

Human Rights Commission

Annual report 2013, 134

Infrastructure

Highway and road investment, 230

Law Enforcement Review Agency

Annual report 2013, 93

Legal Aid Manitoba

Annual report, 280

Federal/provincial cost sharing, 231

Lighthouse program, 247

Manitoba Hydro

Administrative costs, 1311-1312

Expansion plan

Effect on rates, 2525-2526

Future rate increases, 2124-2125

Projections, rate increases, 1756-1757

Rate increases

Manitobans, impact on, 1278

Manitoba Justice, Community Safety Division, Victim Services

Annual report 2013-2014, 173

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Rate increase

Fiscal management practices, 55-56

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation (MPI)

Rate increase

Fiscal management practices, 55-56

Manitoba Vehicle Impoundment Registry

Annual report 2013-2014, 93

Members' statements

Athletics in Fort Garry-Riverview, 1625

Canoe and Kayak Club, The, 2584

Crescent Drive Park, 2046

Jane's Walks, 641

World MS Day, 1208

Miles Macdonnell Collegiate

Science lab renewal program, 2387

Mining and minerals industry

Investment in, Budget 2015, 636

NDP severance packages

Funding for education, 655-656

Non-profit organizations

FIPPA request costs, 1716

Funding to agencies, 1716

Service provider numbers, 1716

Office of the Chief Medical Examiner

Annual review 2013, 371

Opposition Day Motion

Procurement practices, 2646-2648

Oral Questions

Children in care

Graduation rates, 1753-1754, 1754-1755, 1902, 1934, 2045

Culinary arts program

Riverton Collegiate Upgrades, 2182

École Noël-Ritchot

New renovation project, 911

École Rivière Rouge

New french immersion school, 448

Education and Advanced Learning Department

Children in care

Graduation rates, 1902

Education funding

Debt servicing costs, 445

Education system

Math test score results, 1312-1313

Test score results, 1274

Funding for education

Test score results (PISA), 478-479

Funding for Education

Severance package costs, 655-656

Gang activity in Manitoba

Youth correction centres, 247-248

Green Acres School (Brandon)

New gymnasium announcement, 637

Hydro expansion plan

Effect on rates, 2525-2526

Hydro projections

Rate increases, 1756-1757

Hydro rate increases

Impact on Manitobans, 1278

Investment in education

Capital infrastructure spending, 2527-2528

Investment in mining industry

Inclusion in Budget 2015, 636

K-8 french immersion school

New construction in South Pointe, 559

Manitoba Hydro

Manitoba Hydro

Future rate increases, 2124-2125

Manitoba Hydro rates

Administrative costs, 1311-1312

MPI rate increase

Fiscal management practices, 55-56

Non-profit organizations

FIPPA request costs, 1716

Funding to agencies, 1716

Service provider numbers, 1716

Post-secondary education

Launch of new strategy, 2106

Red River College

Trades and technology centre, 801

Science lab renewal program

Miles Macdonell Collegiate, 2387

Science, reading and math

PISA assessment results, 423-424

Small business community

Regulatory barriers, 2381-2382

Student Financial Aid program

Timeline and costs, 2384-2385

Student financial aid system

Timeline and costs, 2184

Student Financial Aid system

Timeline and costs, 2125-2126

Violence towards children

High-risk offender applications, 140-141

Winnipeg Police Service

Reasons for increased costs, 1201-1202

Points of Order

P/O by Goertzen regarding the timing of the debate on legislation, 2567

Police Services Amendment Act (First Nation Safety Officers) (Bill 5)

 1 R, 131

 2 R, 390-392

Post-secondary education

Investments in, 501

Launch of new strategy, 2106

Private vocational institutions

Reporting structure, 1235-1236

Red River College

Trades and technology centre, 801

Red River College Act (Bill 22)

 1 R, 723

 2 R, 1875-1876, 2112-2114

Asset transfer timeline, 2112-2114

Regulatory Accountability and Transparency Act (Bill 208)

2 R, 2156-2157, 2417-2418

Resolutions

2015 Year of Sport, 1373-1375

Results-Based Budgeting Act (Bill 209)

2 R, 2565-2567

Riverton Collegiate

Culinary arts program upgrades, 2182

School Programs Division

Changes to, 1240

Small business

Regulatory barriers, 2381-2382

Spotlight program, 247

Statutes and Regulation Act

Tabling of, 242

Student Financial Aid Information System

Timeline and costs, 2125-2126, 2184, 2384-2385

Sturgeon Heights Collegiate

Welding program expansion, 500

Teachers' Retirement Allowances Fund

Annual report 2014, 1852

Tec Voc

Program expansion, 500

Throne Speech

Debate, 230-232

Turnabout program, 247

Violence against children

High-risk offender applications, 140-141

Welding

Sturgeon Heights Colligate

Program expansion, 500

Winnipeg Police Service

Reasons for increased costs, 1201-1202

Youth

Correctional facilities

Gang activity, 247-248

Altemeyer, Rob (Wolseley) NDP

Birds Hill Provincial Park

Facility improvements, 2220

Blue Dot Declaration

Prairie Climate Centre, 2353

Child daycare centres

Spaces, funding for, 42

Child daycare workers

Wage increase, 42

Children in care

Child poverty, 42

City of Winnipeg

Electric bus route, 180-181

Climate change

Emission record, Manitoba, 42

Electric bus route

City of Winnipeg, 180-181

Environmentally friendly initiatives, 43

Family Maintenance Amendment and Garnishment Amendment Act (Bill 211)

2 R, 1697-1698

Health-care services

General comments, 41

Low-income Manitobans

Housing supports, 43

Medicare system, 41

Members' statements

Blue Dot Declaration, 2626-2627

Tim Hortons unionizes, 2185-2186

World Ultimate Club Championships, 382-383

Oral Questions

Birds Hill Provincial Park

Facility improvements, 2220

Blue Dot Declaration

Prairie Climate Centre, 2353

Electric bus route

City of Winnipeg, 180-181

Rent Assist program

Timeline for increase, 1031

Ottawa Parliament shooting (2014)

Condolences, 40

Participation of Manitoba in the New West Partnership Act (Bill 202)

2 R, 1551-1552

Prairie Climate Centre, 2353

Rent Assist

Implementation timeline, 1031

Resolutions

Severance payments costing Manitoba families, 789

For the Sake of the Children program, 1697-1698

Throne Speech

Debate, 40-43

Waste-water

New treatment facilities, 43

Altona Community Memorial Health Centre. See also Members' statements

Nurse staffing levels

Blady, 2044-2045

Graydon, 2044-2045

OR services

Hours of operation

Blady, 660

Graydon, 659-660

Martin, 679

Suspension of services

Blady, 701, 729, 803, 1031-1032, 1899-1900

Graydon, 701, 729, 802-803, 1031-1032, 1899-1900

Alvar ecosystem

Nevakshonoff, 2149

Wiebe, 2313

Alzheimer's disease

General comments

Gerrard, 1833

Graydon, 206

Home-care services

Dewar, 434

P.I.E.C.E.S program

Blady, 1769

Amalgamation

Cost savings

Selinger, 448

Ambulance services. See also Air ambulance service

Case concern (Esther Hildebrand)

Blady, 2349-2350

Graydon, 2349-2350

Patient off-load wait times

Emergency rooms

Smook, 664

Graydon, 2013

Transport fees, standardization

Blady, 1774-1775

Gerrard, 1774-1775

Amounts Paid or Payable to Members of the Assembly

Report March 31, 2015

Dewar, 2211

Amphibex icebreaker

Selinger, 965

Amusement ride regulations. See Technical Safety Act

ANCR. See All Nations Coordinated Response (ANCR)

Animal Diseases Amendment Act (Bill 71)

R/S Amdt

Clause 10(d)

Gerrard, 1012

Kostyshyn, 1012

Pedersen, 1012

Clause 11

Gerrard, 1014

Kostyshyn, 1013-1014

Pedersen, 1013

Clause 31

Briese, 338-340

Eichler, 337-338

Ewasko, 342-343

Friesen, 343-344

Gerrard, 332

Goertzen, 340-342

Graydon, 334-335

Kostyshyn, 330-332

Pedersen, 332-334

Wishart, 335-336

Clause 9(5)

Gerrard, 1011

Kostyshyn, 1009-1011

Pedersen, 1008-1009

C/3 R

Chomiak, 1014

Gerrard, 1014-1015

Pedersen, 1014

R/A

Filmon, 2299

Biosecurity

Friesen, 334

Gerrard, 332

Kostyshyn, 330-331, 1010

Pedersen, 1008

Biosecurity, Manitoba Hydro

Gerrard, 332

Graydon, 335

Pedersen, 333

PEDV

Kostyshyn, 1010

Pedersen, 1008

Apartment buildings. See Rental properties

Applied behavior analysis treatment

Annual intake

Ewasko, 1150

Irvin-Ross, 1213

Autism support program

Ewasko, 1148

Irvin-Ross, 1148

Wait times

Ewasko, 1150-1151

Irvin-Ross, 1150-1151, 1213

Applied behaviour analysis treatment

Aging ou of program

Irvin-Ross, 2592-2593

Rowat, 2592-2593

Apprenticeship Manitoba

Military credential recognition regulation

Chief, 262

Apprenticeship training. See also Certified Occupations Act

Enhanced training

Chief, 2473

General comments

Ewasko, 1115

Gaudreau, 1113

Kostyshyn, 163

High school credits

Chief, 2473

Howard, 236

Northern Manitoba communities

Stefanson, 1107

Program expansion

Saran, 201

Ratio numbers

Stefanson, 2018

Women in trades

Chief, 2164

Aqua Dams

Tendered contract

Pallister, 2498-2499

Selinger, 2498-2499

Aquatic invasive species. See Invasive species; Resolutions; Water Protection Amendment Act

Architects Amendment Act (Bill 20)

1 R

Braun, 649

2 R

Braun, 2020-2021

Gerrard, 2022-2024

Smook, 2021-2022

C/3 R

Braun, 2392

Friesen, 2369-2373

Gerrard, 2368-2369

Graydon, 2374-2375

Piwniuk, 2375-2376, 2391-2392

Smook, 2366-2368

Armed forces. See Canadian Forces

Arthur-Virden area. See also Members' statements

Bridge replacement

Piwniuk, 602

Child-care spaces, funding for

Irvin-Ross, 1147-1148

Piwniuk, 1147-1148

ER services

Piwniuk, 124

Flooding, government response

Piwniuk, 120-121

Personal care homes

Staffing levels

Piwniuk, 603

Ashton, Hon. Steve (Thompson) NDP

18th Street (Brandon)

Bridge lighting, 1792

Municipal cost sharing, 1512

1st Street Bridge

Update, 1511-1512

Access to information requests

Government spending record, 1028-1029

Accommodation Services

Community college leases, 1509

Departmental move, 1508

Pension and union contracts, 1509-1510

Staff, relocation of, 1422-1423

Agriculture industry

Flooding (2011)

Claim settlements, 1792

Airports

Runway construction (Southwest Manitoba), 1794

Alert Ready

New emergency alert system, 598-599

Asphalt plants

Number of, 1506

Assiniboine River

Dike system, 1780, 1787-1788

Dike systems, 1780, 1787-1788

Assiniboine Valley

Flooding compensation, farmers, 1003-1004, 2180-2181, 2184

Bachman Drain

Update, 1782

Barn swallows

Highways and roads, 1791

Biosecurity

Noxious weeds (agriculture), 2261

Borrow pits

Repairs, 1788-1789

Bridges

Flood damages, repairs, 1781-1782

Flooding (2011), repairs, 1435

Highway 23 (reconstruction), 1648

Highway 313 pier testing, 1651

Highway 313 update, 1654

Highway 313, closure, 1655

Highway 313, tender, 1654-1655

PR 211-212

Upgrades (Pinawa), 1782

PR 227 resurfacing, 1665

PR 247 inspection, 1790

PR 247 traffic restrictions, 1784

PR 247, restrictions, 1784

St. Jean Baptiste

Bank stabilization, 1648

Wawanesa closure, 1500

Building Manitoba Fund

Floodfighting equipment, 2213-2214

Cabinet ministers, former

Reasons for leaving, 2273

Canadian Forces

Post-traumatic stress disorder, 974

Cedar Avenue

Pedestrian safety, 1500, 1652

CentrePort

Expansion, 2256

CentrePort Canada Way

Headingly bypass extension, 1785-1787

City of Winnipeg

BRT funding, 1660

Rapid transit funding, 1660

Road resurfacing (east-side), 1430-1431

Commercial Infrastructure Fund (CIF)

Approved projects, list, 1652-1653

Daly Overpass

Cost-sharing agreements, 1660

Update, 1510-1511

Dike systems

Assiniboine River, 1780, 1787-1788

Kelsey, RM, 1781

The Pas, 1781

East Side Road Authority

Department transfer, 1792-1793

General comments, 986

Fairford Water Control Structure

Capacity, 1503-1504, 1651

Lake Manitoba properties, 839-840

Management review, 1790

Farm and Food Awareness Act (Bill 4)

2 R, 2251

First Nations communities

Flood protection record, 1931-1932

Floodfighting equipment

Building Manitoba Fund, 2213-2214

Competitive bidding practices, 1932-1933

Conflict of Interest Commissioner, 2178-2179

Contract tendering process, 2127-2128, 2177-2178, 2270-2271

Ministers' meeting, 2212-2213

Ombudsman's investigation, 2187

Flooding

Artificial, 1436

Assiniboine Valley

Compensation for farmers, 1003-1004, 2180-2181, 2184

First Nations communities

Protection record, 1931-1932

Forecast equipment, 1796

Municipal amalgamation

Outstanding flood claims, 55

Protection expenditures (Budget 2015), 475

Protection spending, 1779-1780

Settlement timeline, 474

Flooding (2011)

Bridge repairs, 1435, 1781-1782

Claim settlements, 1792

General comments, 1792

Evacuees

Return to community update, 1796-1797

Lake Manitoba flood victims

Housing recovery timeline, 1127-1128

Flooding (2014)

Southwest Manitoba

Compensation claim settlement, 286-287

Fort Alexander

Shoreline restabilization, 1782-1783

Graduated driver's licences, 352

Highway 1

Frontage roads, 1429

Overpass, 1430

Highway 1 and 2

Bridge replacement, 1794-1795

Highway 1 west

Speed limit increase, 640, 1427-1429

Highway 16

Overpass, 1430

Highway 1A

Overpass damage, 1665-1666

Highway 201

Update, 1515

Highway 23

Bridge reconstruction, 1648

Highway 3 and Perimeter

Upgrade, 1659

Highway 313

Bridge closure, 1655

Bridge update, 1654

Bridge, tender, 1654-1655

Pier testing, bridge, 1651

Highway 330

Improvements, 1658

Highway 34

Rebuilding of, 1784

Highway 422

Upgrade, 1657

Highway 520

Spot-road improvements, 1657

Highway 59

311 intersection-traffic signals, 1658-1659

Alternate flood route, 1649

Interchange update, 1661

Upgrades, 1434

Highway 75

Five-year plan, 1659

Hydrology study, 1645-1647

Morris River flood protection, 1648-1649

Update, 1514

Highways and roads

Aggregate supply, 1507

Barn swallows, 1791

Burrowing owls, 1791

City of Winnipeg

Road resurfacing (east-side), 1430-1431

Construction companies

Oil coverage costs, 1505-1506

Construction costs, 1505

Improvement projects, 217-218

Microsurfacing, 1651

Oil purchase for asphalt, 1662-1663

The Pas, 1796

Passing lanes, 1432

Powerview-Pinefalls

Slope stabilization, 1782

Signage contract (sole source), 1422

Individual Flood Protection Initiative, 1781

Infrastructure

Flood protection spending, 1779-1780

Government spending record, 217-218

Spending forecasts, 1778

Infrastructure and Transportation Department

Core infrastructure, 1425-1426

Estimates

Opening statements, 1417-1419

Speakers, 1417-1438, 1496-1516, 1645-1666, 1778-1800

Flights taken, 1654

Retirements, 1423-1424, 1654

Sole source vs. tendered contracts, 1421-1422

Sole-source contracts, 1654

Staff, 1420

Staff numbers, 1654

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 2014, 1199

Travel costs, out-of-province, 1654

Vacancies, 1421

Vacancy rate, 1654

Infrastructure projects

Legal disputes, 907-908

Investors Group Field

Request for Auditor General investigation, 796

Kelsey, RM of

Dike system, permanent, 1781

Dike systems, permanent, 1781

Kemnay Bridge

Truck clearance issues, 1433, 1500, 1502, 1651

Lake Manitoba

Fairford outflow restriction, 285-286

Flood victims

Housing recovery timeline, 1127-1128

Operation of emergency channel, 908-909

Outlet construction timeline, 286, 1791, 2276

Lake St. Martin

Emergency outlet

First Nations fisheries agreement, 2217-2218, 2276

Operation of, 908-909

Flood evacuees, housing for, 2183

Flood protection

Emergency outlet, opening of, 58

Legal Profession Amendment Act (Bill 19)

2 R, 2262

Members' statements

Juniper School, 1131-1132

Morris River

Highway 75 flood protection, 1648-1649

Municipal amalgamation

Outstanding flood claims, 55

Municipal Amendment Act (Bill 10)

2 R, 2254-2255

French language services, 2254-2255

NDP

Leadership convention

Disclosure of rules request, 175

NDP caucus

Election request, 376-377

Performance record, 376

Premier of Manitoba, support for, 2272

NDP leadership convention

Disclosure of rules request, 175

NDP severance packages

Government election promises, 654

Northern Manitoba communities

Mining industry, 985

Noxious Weeds Amendment Act (Bill 32)

2 R, 2260-2261

Oakbank

Cedar Avenue pedestrian safety, 1500, 1652

Opposition Day Motion

Procurement practices, 2643-2645

Oral Questions

Access to information requests

Government spending record, 1028-1029

Assiniboine Valley farmers

Compensation claim settlements, 2180-2181, 2184

Flooding compensation, 1003-1004

Fairford Water Control Structure

Lake Manitoba properties, 839-840

First Nations communities

Flood protection record, 1931-1932

Flood compensation claims

Protection expenditures (Budget 2015), 475

Settlement timeline, 474

Floodfighting equipment

Authorization of purchase, 2122-2123

Building Manitoba Fund, 2213-2214

Competitive bidding practices, 1932-1933

Conflict of Interest Commissioner, 2178-2179

Contract tendering process, 2127-2128, 2177-2178, 2270-2271

Ministers' meeting, 2212-2213

Ombudsman's investigation, 2187

Flooding in Southwest Manitoba

Compensation claim settlement, 286-287

Former cabinet ministers

Reasons for leaving, 2273

Government election promises

Severance package costs, 654

Highway 1 west

Speed limit increase, 640

Infrastructure and Transportation Department

Steady Growth campaign

Advertising costs, 1897-1898

Infrastructure projects

Legal disputes, 907-908

Infrastructure spending

Government record, 217-218

Investors Group Field repairs

Request for Auditor General investigation, 796

Lake Manitoba flood victims

Housing recovery timeline, 1127-1128

Lake Manitoba outlet

Construction timeline, 2276

Lake Manitoba water levels

Fairford outflow restriction, 285-286

Lake Manitoba-Lake St. Martin

Operation of emergency channel, 908-909

Lake St. Martin emergency outlet

First Nations fisheries agreement, 2217-2218, 2276

Lake St. Martin flood

Housing for evacuees, 2183

Lake St. Martin flood protection

Opening of emergency outlet, 58

Launch of Alert Ready

New emergency alert system, 598-599

Municipal amalgamation

Outstanding flood claims, 55

NDP caucus

Election request, 376-377

Performance record, 376

NDP leadership convention

Disclosure of rules request, 175

New Lake Manitoba outlet

Construction timeline, 286

Non-confidence motion

Request for support, 175-176, 176-177, 177-178, 179, 181, 182

The Pas Health Clinic

Timing of opening, 2179-2180

Portage la Prairie Diversion

Operation of emergency outlet, 285

Protest at emergency outlet, 284-285

Premier of Manitoba

Caucus support, 2272

Shellmouth Dam

Flood forecasts, 594-595

Shoal Lake flooding

Effect of road closure, 1470

St. Eustache dike repairs

Property damage case concern, 1001

Steady Growth campaign

Advertising costs, 1897-1898

Tiger Dam contract

Disclosure of information, 2628-2629

Tiger Dam equipment

Approval of contract, 2039-2040, 2040-2041

University College of the North

Ventilation system update, 374-375

Paramedic services

Post-traumatic stress disorder, 974-975

The Pas

Dike system, permanent, 1781

Highway and road projects, 1796

The Pas Health Clinic

Timing of opening, 2179-2180

Personal Property Registry

Vexatious claims, 2259

Personal Property Security Amendment Act (Bill 28)

2 R, 2259

Planning Amendment Act (Special Planning Areas) (Bill 13)

2 R, 2256

Plessis Road

Update, 1662

Points of Order

P/O by Ashton regarding the sessional calendar, 1565-1566

P/O by Goertzen regarding access to information request re: the severance packages of former political staffers, 645-646

P/O by Goertzen regarding MLA's leaving the legislature, 393

P/O by Goertzen regarding the contents of a question period response from the Minister of Justice, 141

P/O by Mitchelson regarding the content of Members' statements, 37

Portage Diversion

Emergency outlet, operation of, 285

Emergency outlet, protest at, 284-285

Operating guidelines, 1787

Seepage impact, 1789-1790

Update, 1781

Post-traumatic stress disorder

Canadian Forces, 974

Paramedic services, 974-975

Powerview-Pinefalls

Highways and roads

Slope stabilization, 1782

PR 211-212

Pinawa bridge upgrades, 1782

PR 227

Bridge resurfacing, 1665

PR 247

Bridge inspection, 1790

Bridge, traffic restrictions, 1784

PR 457

Flood debris, clearance, 1652

PR 501

Accidents on, 1782

Premier of Manitoba

Caucus support, 2272

Privilege, matter of

Regarding comments by the Member for Thompson- their description of the Legislative session, 1611

Regarding comments by the Member for Thompson-their description of the Legislative session, 1611

Provincial Road 415 and 416

Plans for, 1496-1499

Provincial Road 518

Update, 1497, 1498

Provincial sales tax increase

Special fund, 1778-1779

PTH 110

Speed limit increase, 1652

PTH 12

Accidents on, 1782

PTH 15

Improvement plans, 1795-1796

PTH 75

Final report, August 31, 1782

Public Schools Amendment Act (Pedestrian Safety at New Schools) (Bill 203)

 2 R, 351-353

Rapid transit expansion

Funding, 1426-1427, 1660, 1661

Registered Professional Planners Act (Bill 31)

2 R, 2257-2258

Resolutions

Provincial government mismanagement hurting Manitoba's mining industry, 985-987

Severance payments costing Manitoba families, 780-782

Roblin, RM of

Interchange work, 1784

RTAC roads, 1434

Rules of the House, Standing Committee on

Motion to amend report, 2242-2245

School zones

Speed limit reduction, 352

Shellmouth Dam

Flood forecasts, 594-595

Update, 1781

Shoal Lake

Effect of road closure, 1470

Road condition (flooding), 1496

Southwest Perimeter

Interchange timing, 1784

Speed limits

Highway 1 west, increase, 640, 640-1427-1429

PTH 110, increase, 1652

School zone reduction, 352

St. Eustache

Dike repairs

Property damage case concern, 1001

St. Jean Baptiste bridge

Bank stabilization, 1648

Steady Growth campaign

Advertising costs, 1897-1898

Surface water management

Illegal drainage, 594

Throne Speech

Non-confidence motion

Request for support, 175-176, 176-177, 177-178, 179, 181, 182

Tiger Dam System

Approval of contract, 2039-2040, 2040-2041

Authorization of purchase, 2122-2123

Contract tendering process, 2176, 2177-2178

Contract, disclosure of information, 2628-2629

Trucking routes

GPS notification, 1503

Unions

Accommodation Services

Pension and union contracts, 1509-1510

University College of the North

Ventilation system update, 374-375

Urban Highway Fund (UHF)

Approved projects, list, 1652-1653

Wawanesa

Bridge closure, 1500

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (Presumption re Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) (Bill 205)

2 R, 974-975

Asphalt plants

Number of

Ashton, 1506

Helwer, 1506

Assiniboia Community Appreciation Night. See Members' statements

Assiniboine Community College

Investment in

Caldwell, 544

Assiniboine River. See Members' statements

Dike systems

Ashton, 1780, 1787-1788

Gerrard, 1780

Wishart, 1787-1788

Flooding (2014)

Volunteer recognition

Caldwell, 36-37

Assiniboine Valley

Dike systems

Farmland, impact on

Martin, 1318

Nevakshonoff, 1318

Flooding compensation, farmers

Ashton, 1003-1004, 2180-2181, 2184

Cullen, 2184

Piwniuk, 1003-1004, 2180-2181

Associated Manitoba Arts Festivals. See Members' statements under Mieke Uhryniuk-Smith

ATV's. See All terrain vehicle

Autism Outreach

Support service

Irvin-Ross, 1213

Autism spectrum disorder. See also Applied behavior analysis treatment; Building Independence project; Children's disAbility Services; Members' statements under Funding support for autism treatment; Thrive!

Building Independence project

Irvin-Ross, 849

Parent support programs, funding

Ewasko, 1150

Irvin-Ross, 1150

Support programs

Wait times for treatment

Irvin-Ross, 2637

Rowat, 2637

Support services

Irvin-Ross, 1149, 1212-1213

Support services, co-ordinated

Irvin-Ross, 1152-1153

Rowat, 1152-1153

Yearly diagnosis numbers

Ewasko, 1149

Irvin-Ross, 1149

Automated external defibrillators (AED's)

Installation of

Blady, 2439

 

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