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CINDEX Index

 

17 Wing. See Members' statements under Royal Canadian Air Force (Winnipeg)

4-H. See Members' statements under National 4-H Month

55 Plus Program

Federal supplement increase

Fielding, 307, 404

Lamoureux, 306-307, 404

 

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Aboriginal communities. See also Ministerial statements

Drug trafficking prevention

Clarke, 189

Klassen, 189

Financial literacy

Cullen, 708

Klassen, 708

Infrastructure Department liaison

Lindsey, 1382

Pedersen, 1382

Mental health-care services

Goertzen, 189

Klassen, 189

Mortality rates

Clarke, 188

Klassen, 188, 358

Aboriginal Consultation Unit

Clarke, 1500

Swan, 1500

Aboriginal education. See also First Nations education; Manitoba Aboriginal Languages Strategy; Members' statements; Opposition day motion: Inequitable social services funding for First Nations people; Triple A program

Graduation rates

Lathlin, 211

Indigenous culture curriculum

Lathlin, 212

Task force recommendations

Fielding, 1690

Fontaine, 1690

Aboriginal health-care services. See also First Nations

Diabetes reduction program

Lathlin, 2516

Professionals needed

Goertzen, 1137

Lathlin, 1137-1138

Aboriginal Issues Committee of Cabinet

Establishment of

Chief, 1401

Clarke, 1401

Ministerial appointments

Stefanson, 556-557

Swan, 556-557

Operational timeline

Clarke, 1280, 1604

Lathlin, 1280, 1604

Stefanson, 1740

Swan, 1740

Aboriginal justice

Council representation

Klassen, 2213

Stefanson, 2214

Aboriginal Justice Inquiry

Education policy framework

Maloway, 2430

Aboriginal men and boys

Anti-violence campaign

Clarke, 1499

Fontaine, 1499, 1512

Squires, 1512

Missing and murdered

Klassen, 2213

Stefanson, 2214

Aboriginal treaty rights

Fishers and trappers

Clarke, 1298

Lathlin, 1298

Aboriginal women. See also Transgendered women

Elected representatives

Kinew, 288

Ride sharing services

Clarke, 941

Kinew, 941

Violence against

Klassen, 2128

Voting rights

Kinew, 288

Aboriginal youth

Judicial system, number in

Lathlin, 839

Stefanson, 839-840

Sports programs for

Squires, 1509

Abortion. See Mifegymiso

Abortion access (Northern Manitoba)

Indigenous women

Fontaine, 1145-1146

Goertzen, 1145-1146

ACCESS centres

Capital project plans

Goertzen, 1079

Wiebe, 1079

Expansion plans (the North)

Goertzen, 1141

Lathlin, 1141

Accessibility for Manitobans Act, The

Annual report 2015-2016

Fielding, 2206

Regulations

Kinew, 1710

Wishart, 1710

Accommodation Services

Government plan for

Allum, 1035, 1093

Friesen, 1035, 1093-1094

Active Schools Fund

Capital funding

Kinew, 1455

Wishart, 1455

Active Transportation

Altemeyer, 1285-1286, 1328

Clarke, 1285-1286

Pedersen, 1328

Active transportation initiatives

Clarke, 1487

Maloway, 1487

Addiction services. See also Opioid addiction

Expansion of resources

Goertzen, 2269

Wiebe, 2268-2269

Health and addictions strategy

Goertzen, 1067-1068

Wiebe, 1067-1068

Northern Manitoba communities

Goertzen, 1141

Lathlin, 486, 1141

Review of

Goertzen, 2306

Klassen, 2306

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Annual report 2015-2016

Goertzen, 2206

Budget for

Goertzen, 1066-1067

Wiebe, 1066

Ademi, Nihad. See Members' statements

Adoption process

Fielding, 1432

Fontaine, 1432

Adult Abuse Registry

Government intention

Fielding, 1693

Fontaine, 1692

Adult learners

Social housing

Ewasko, 1963

Lathlin, 1963

Support for

Bindle, 1962

Ewasko, 1962

Adult learning centres

Funding increase

Bindle, 1963

Ewasko, 1962, 1963, 1964

Kinew, 1962, 1964

Lagimodiere, 1967

General comments

Ewasko, 1961

Tuition for credit programming

Ewasko, 1962

Adult literacy. See Resolutions

Aerospace industry. See also Government resolution; Tec Voc High School

Air Canada Act-Bill C-10

Changes to

Morley-Lecomte, 591

Stefanson, 591

Government motion

Cullen, 511

Johnston, 511

Government opposition to

Stefanson, 474

Teitsma, 474

Innovation and research

Cullen, 268

Johnston, 268

Manufacturing industry

Lindsey, 529

Trans-Pacific Partnership

Cox, 167

Cullen, 259

Aerospace Week

Chief, 260

Cullen, 259-260

Gerrard, 260

Affordability (Manitoba)

Cost of living

Altemeyer, 1229

Marcelino, F., 1915

Pallister, 1229-1230, 1915-1916

Saran, 2385

Exclusion from Budget

Allum, 969-975

Friesen, 969-975

Government plan

Marcelino, F., 2822-2823

Pallister, 2822-2823

Affordable Food in Remote Manitoba (AFFIRM)

Lathlin, 2102

Affordable housing units. See also Gas Station Arts Centre; Kinsmen Club of All Saints; Manitoba Housing and Renewal Corporation; Members' statements under Village Canadien Co-op; Social housing

Budget 2016 commitment

Fielding, 229

Fontaine, 229

Federal cost sharing

Fielding, 1679-1681

Kinew, 1679-1681

Funding for

Altemeyer, 336

Fielding, 1443-1444

Fontaine, 1443

Agassiz Youth Centre

Expansion plans

Stefanson, 620

Swan, 620

Agricultural workers (foreign)

Health coverage

Eichler, 1574

Saran, 1574

Language barriers

Eichler, 1573

Saran, 1573

Overtime protection

Eichler, 1574

Saran, 1574

Support for

Nesbitt, 2721

Saran, 2721

Union protection

Nesbitt, 2720

Saran, 2720

Agriculture businesses

Market expansion

Eichler, 2215

Michaleski, 2214-2215

Agriculture Department

Estimates

Debate, 1357-1364

Opening statements

Eichler, 1357-1359

Saran, 1359

Speakers

Eichler, 1357-1363

Saran, 1359-1364

Staff appointment, order-in-council

Eichler, 1360

Saran, 1360

Staff introductions

Eichler, 1360

Staff salaries

Eichler, 1360

Saran, 1360

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 2016-2017

Eichler, 713

Agriculture industry. See also Members' statements

Green investments

Nesbitt, 2719-2720

Saran, 2719

Insurance coverage

Saran, 2722

Labour demand

Eichler, 1571-1573

Saran, 1571-1572

Manure treatment studies

Eichler, 1578

Saran, 1578

Nitrous oxide emissions

Gerrard, 2816

Senate committee presentations

Eichler, 514

Lagimodiere, 514

Tax increases

Clarke, 2505

Eichler, 2505

Klassen, 2505

Trans-Pacific Partnership

Eichler, 159-160

Schuler, 168

Zero tillage practices (flooding)

Wishart, 94

Air Canada Public Participation Act (Bill C-10). See also Government resolution

Aerospace industry

Cullen, 511

Johnston, 511

Morley-Lecomte, 591

Stefanson, 591

Amendments to

Cullen, 259

Government opposition

Stefanson, 475

Teitsma, 474

Manitoba economy

Cullen, 808-809

Johnston, 808

Senate committee presentation

Cullen, 1108

Mayer, 1108

Airports

Drug trafficking prevention (Northern Manitoba)

Clarke, 1290

Klassen, 189, 1290

Maintenance issues (Poplar River)

Klassen, 1378

Pedersen, 1378-1379

Regulatory restrictions (Northern Manitoba)

Lindsey, 1380

Pedersen, 1380

Runway expansion

Klassen, 1379

Pedersen, 1379

Airships. See Northern Manitoba communities

Al-Nahar, Khaled. See Members' statements under Manitoba values

Alamos Gold. See Lynn Lake

ALL Aboard strategy

Budget inquiry

Altemeyer, 2169

Pallister, 2169

Government intention

Fielding, 229

Fontaine, 229

Program outcomes

Friesen, 1032

All-weather roads. See East Side Road Authority; Freedom Road construction

Allum, James (Fort Garry-Riverview) NDP

Accommodation Services

Government plan for, 1035, 1093

Affordability (Manitoba)

Exclusion from Budget, 969-975

Appropriation Act, 2016 (Bill 12)

2 R

Questions, 1742

Association of Manitoba Municipalities

Fair Share, Fair Say, 1506

Audit, corporate

Public disclosure, 228-229

Balanced Budget, Fiscal Management and Taxpayer Accountability Repeal and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 10)

2 R

Debate, 1799-1801

Questions, 1797-1799

C 3/R, 2562-2564

Fiscal targets, 1798

Blue Dot campaign, 450

Budget 2016

Child-care funding, 448

Debate, 438-453

Employment concerns, 303-304

Minimum wage, 322-323, 598

Multi-year projections, 431-432, 438-439

Public consultations, 18-19

Seniors' School Tax Rebate, 321-322

Budget Implementation and Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2016 (Bill 11)

2 R

Debate, 1749-1755

Questions, 1747-1749

Budget savings

Fiscal disclosure, 507, 544-550, 586-587, 650-657, 729-735

Bus fleet

Electrification of, 1504

Cabinet Ministers' salaries

Increase in, 600

Minimum wage earners, 365, 446, 916-919, 1751-1752

Cabinet reduction

Cost savings, 735-737

Canada Pension Plan reform

Government position, 985-986, 1200-1201, 1244-1249, 1265-1266, 1397-1398, 1565, 1625-1626, 1823

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruling

First Nations children, discrimination against, 2413

Capital projects

Government intention, 722, 809

Infrastructure Department budget, 1329

Carbon pricing, 2810, 2813

Green economy, development of, 2811

Child care

Budget 2016, 448

Funding plan, 441

City of Winnipeg

Downtown development, 2227

Severance package disclosure, 2223

City of Winnipeg Charter

Changes to, 1507

Civil Service

Request to table review, 2075-2076

Civil Service Commission

Estimates

Opening statements, 1365

Speakers, 1365-1376

Private sector audit, 1375

Vacancy management strategy, 1365-1368

Climate change

Environmental protection, 449-450

Committee of Supply

Concurrence motion

Speakers, 1612-1614

Conference Board Report

Manitoba's economy, 809

Credit rating, Manitoba, 443

Crown corporations

Privatization concerns, 67

Deputy minister appointments

Salary costs, 737

Disabilities, persons with

Ministerial representation, 67

East-side road

Community benefits agreements, 451

Economic growth plan, 2226

Economy (Manitoba)

Performance of, 443, 847-856

Education system

Capital plans, 2226

Performance outcomes, 1369-1370

Program funding disclosure, 738-743

School division funding

Enrollment numbers, 449

Electric transit system, 1331-1332

Environmental protection

Blue Dot campaign, 450

Climate change, 449-550

Executive Council

Estimates

Speakers, 544-549, 598-603, 650-661

Fentanyl Task Force

Update on, 1065

Fertility Treatment Tax Credit

LGBTTQ* families, 403-404

Finance Department

Estimates

Opening statements, 728-729

Speakers, 728-743, 846-856, 914-922, 962-975, 1028-1035, 1093-1100, 1245-1249, 1255

Full time staff, 920, 922

Staff introductions, 915, 1032, 1245

Finances, Manitoba

Provincial deficit numbers, 34, 1245, 1752

Financial Administration Amendment Act (Bill 6)

2 R

Debate, 1936-1937

Questions, 1933-1935

C 3/R, 2555-2559

Fiscal management

Performance audit, 1246-1250

Front-line workers

Definition of, 1369-1374, 2829-2830

Green economy

Development of, 2811

Green Energy Equipment Tax Credit

Regulations for, 1748

Green energy investment

Government position, 1831-1832

Greenhouse gas emissions

International targets, 2810

Health and Post Secondary Education Tax Levy, 1749

Health, Seniors and Active Living Department

Estimates

Speakers, 1065-1066

Indigenous and Municipal Relations Department

Estimates

Speakers, 1503-1508

Indigenous education

Inclusive curriculum, 81

Infrastructure Department

Capital projects budget, 1329

Estimates

Speakers, 1329-1332

Infrastructure investment plan, 2226

Infrastructure projects

Status of, 450

Infrastructure, core

Reporting requirement, 1330

Intergovernmental Strategic Aboriginal Alliance

Renewal plans, 1505

Labour

Department representation, 67

Government relationship, 441

Labour Department

Dissolution of, 2555

Labour Management Review Committee

Minimum wage increase, 1029-1030

Labour Relations Amendment Act (Bill 7)

R/S Amdt

Clause 3, 2794-2795

C/3 R, 2841-2842

Legal Profession Amendment Act (Queen's Counsel Appointments) (Bill 203)

2 R

Debate, 1813-1814

LGBTTQ* families

Fertility treatment tax credit, 403-404, 440-441

Loan Act, 2016 (Bill 13)

2 R

Debate, 1745-1746

Questions, 1743-1745

Authorities, new or additional, 1743-1744, 1755-1756

Committee of the Whole

Speakers, 1755-1757

Manitoba Hydro

Future development needs, 2210-2211

Minister's comments regarding, 2739-2740

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries Corporation

Head office relocation, cancellation of, 2302-2303, 2366-2367

Members' statements

General Byng School, 2011

National Public Service Week, 870

Peace of Mind 204, 2643

Residents supporting Syrian refugees, 716

Merchants Corner project

Status of, 1505-1506

Midwifery program funding, 740, 1750-1751

Minimum wage, 67

General comments, 67

Ministers' salary increase, 365, 446, 916-919, 1751-1752

Two-tier, 601-603

Minimum wage increase

Budget 2016 commitment, 190, 322-323, 598

Labour Management Review Committee, 1029-1030

Need for, 599-600, 1823

No increase, rationale for, 914, 1029-1031

Minorities

Throne Speech, inclusion in, 67

Missing and murdered indigenous women and girls (MMIWG)

Throne speech, exclusion from, 66

Naloxone

Distribution of, 2553

National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

Funding commitment, 741

National Public Service Week, 870

Opioid addiction

Casual drug users, 2253

Detoxification and treatment, 2253

Family advocate, 2254

Good Samaritan act, public education, 2254

Pan-Canadian approach, 2252

Scope of problem, 2252

Opposition day motion

A call upon the provincial government to stop interfering with collective bargaining, to fund post-secondary education at the rate of economic growth, keep tuition increases capped at the rate of inflation, 2600-2601

Changes to union certification process, 2184-2185

Inequitable social services funding for First Nations people, 2412-2414

Oral Questions

Budget 2016

Employment concerns, 303-304

Financial projections, 431-432

Fiscal disclosure, 507

Minimum wage, 322-323

Public consultations, 18-19

Seniors' Tax Rebate, 321-322

Budget savings

Fiscal disclosure, 586-587

Canada Pension Plan reform

Government position, 985-986, 1200-1201, 1265-1266, 1397-1398, 1565, 1625-1626

Capital projects

Government intention, 722, 809

Civil Service positions

Request to table review, 2075-2076

Conference Board Report

Manitoba's economy, 809

Corporate audit

Public disclosure, 228-229

Front-line worker

Request for definition, 2829-2830

Green energy investment

Government position, 1831-1832

LGBTTQ* families

Fertility treatment tax credit, 403-404

Manitoba Hydro

Future development needs, 2210-2211

Minister's comments, 2739-2740

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries head office

Cancellation of relocation, 2302-2303, 2366-2367

Manitoba's finances

Provincial deficit numbers, 34

Minimum wage increase

Budget 2016 commitment, 190

Ministers' salary increase, 365

Premier's Enterprise Team

Labour representation, 2164

Provincial sales tax increase

Government intention, 1673

University of Manitoba contract

Collective bargaining negotiations, 2503-2504

Parker Wetlands Conservation Committee

Consultations with, 1590-1591

Petitions

Union certification, 2831-2832

Points of Order

P/O An apology for events that transpired in the House on Thursday October 6., 1949

Post-secondary education

Tuition, affordability of, 449

Poverty reduction

General comments, 190

Government plan, 67, 446-447, 1028, 1031

Premier's Enterprise Team

Labour representation, 2164

Provincial deficit

Numbers, 34, 1245, 1752

Provincial sales tax increase

Government intention, 1673

Public housing

Privatization concerns, 451

Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Amendment Act (Bill 14)

2 R

Debate, 2224-2229

Questions, 2222-2224

City of Winnipeg, inclusion of, 2223, 2228

Current rules, 2222-2223, 2224

Regional Health Authorities (RHA's)

Operating deficits, 1094-1100

Rent Assist program

Low-income Manitobans

Coverage for, 1032

Resolutions

Provincial anti-opiate strategy

Debate, 2250-2252

Questions, 2252-2254

Recognition of the importance of financial literacy

Debate, 1822-1824

Supporting government amalgamation decision of East Side Road Authority (ESRA)

Debate, 2535-2536

Transitioning to a green economy

Debate, 2813-2814

Questions, 2809-2811

Restorative justice

Budget, inclusion in, 448

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Day Act (Bill 208)

2 R

Questions, 2140

School division funding

Enrollment numbers, 449

Seniors' School Tax Rebate

Administration office employee, 963

Budget 2016, 321-322

Changes to, 321-323, 447-448, 657-661

Estimates line adjustment, 964-969

Seniors, impact on, 1747, 1750

Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society (STARS)

Tendering process, 660-661

Social Impact Bonds, 1033

South Osborne Syrian Refugee Initiative, 716

Surface Water Management Act, 450

Throne Speech

Debate, 65-67, 80-81

Minorities, inclusion of, 67

Missing and murdered indigenous women and girls (MMIWG), 66

Transit fares

Increase concerns, 1505

Transit funding

Cost sharing, 1504

Treasury Board Secretariat

Diversity of, 1933-1936, 2556

Truth and Reconciliation Commission-calls to action

Implementation of, 440

Tuition increase

Enrollment decline, 2600

Future increase, 449

University of Manitoba contract

Collective bargaining negotiations, 2503-2504

Winnipeg Police Board

Members, removal of, 2558

Youth Against Mental Illness Stigma, 2643

Altemeyer, Rob (Wolseley) NDP

Active Transportation, 1285-1286, 1328

Affordability (Manitoba)

Cost of living, 1229

Affordable housing units

Funding for, 336

ALL Aboard strategy

Budget inquiry, 2169

Biomass industry

Funding for, 1586

Bipole III transmission line

Changes to land-use act, 873

Pimachiowin Aki-UNESCO designation, 508

Public Utilities Board review, 2016

West-side route, 872

Boating education program

Zebra mussel infestation, 2270-2271

Budget 2016

Child-care spaces, 336

Climate change, 334

Debate, 334-337

On the Button, 982

Cabinet Ministers' salaries

Increase in, 1409-1410

Canada Pension Plan reform

Consultation process, 1213, 1218-1219

Government position, 1212-1220

Canadian Environment Week, 428-429

Cancer drugs

Coverage for, 2341

CancerCare building

Construction of, 2341-2342

Carbon pricing, 1583-1586, 1588, 2810

Green economy, development of, 2811

Revenue, uses for, 2808-2809

Carbon pricing (federal)

Federal-provincial transfers, use of, 2368

Minister's position, 2368

Carbon-neutral deadline, 1589

Child-care spaces

Budget 2016, 336

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Act (Bill 209)

2 R

Debate, 2341-2342

City of Winnipeg

Sewage treatment plant

Responsibility for funding, 1328

Timeline for improvements, 1398

Update, 2830-2831

Upgrade budget, 1286

Water pollution control, 1267

Clean Environment Commission review, 1415

Climate change

Budget 2016, 334

Government position, 266-267, 1420-1421, 1423

Coal tax

Green energy investment, 1587

Committee of Supply

Concurrence motion

Speakers, 1582-1591

Community Places Program

Status update, 725, 726

Elections

Advanced voting, 298

Boundary redistribution, 297

Boundary redistribution committee, 297-298

Corporate and union donations, 296

Electric vehicle infrastructure, 1328

Energy East Pipeline, 1427-1428

Environmental protection

Commitment to, 199

Environmental Rights Act, 1418-1419

Executive Council

Estimates

Speakers, 1212-1220, 1228-1229

Finance Department

Crown Services

Estimates

Speakers, 1085-1086

First Nations communities

Honouring treaties, 2429

Fossil fuel report

Report costs, 2016, 2074

Tendering inquiry, 1921-1922, 2016, 2074-2075

Front-line workers

Definition of, 1407

Global warming

Carbon-neutral deadline, 1589

Gordon Bell High School

Green space development, 2476

Green economy

Development of, 2811

Green energy investment

Coal tax, 1587

Greenheart Housing Co-op, 2477

Greenhouse gas emissions

International targets, 120-121, 2810

Missed targets, 2809

Reduction plan, 1419, 1424-1427

Source of (by sector), 1591-1592

Yearly rates of, 2810-2811

Indigenous and Municipal Relations Department

Estimates

Speakers, 1285-1289

Infrastructure Department

Estimates

Speakers, 1327-1329

International Institute for Sustainable Development

Project plans, 1415

Roundtable, plan for, 1415-1416

Legislative Assembly Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2 R

Debate, 296-298, 1803

Manitoba Hydro

Consultant report

Cost of, 2016, 2549-2550

Minister's position, 2309

Demand-side management, 1086

Mega Bug March, 1262

Members' statements

On the Button, 982

Mega Bug March, 1262

Paine, Harry, 2772-2773

West Broadway Youth Outreach, 1973-1974

Wolseley fire-community response, 140-141

Minimum wage

Students working for, 2610

Minimum wage increase

Need for, 336, 2475-2476

Ministerial statements

Canadian Environment Week, 428-429

Wildland fire update, 10-11

Neighbourhoods Alive! program

Funding commitment concerns, 593

New Directions, 982

North End sewage treatment plant

Federal funding, 1286-1287

Funding criteria, 1287

Project completion date, 1567-1568

Timeline for upgrades, 1288

Opposition day motion

A call upon the provincial government to stop interfering with collective bargaining, to fund post-secondary education at the rate of economic growth, keep tuition increases capped at the rate of inflation, 2609-2611

Changes to union certification process, 2199-2200

Inequitable social services funding for First Nations people, 2428-2429

Oral Questions

ALL Aboard Strategy

Budget inquiry, 2169

Bipole III transmission line

Changes to land-use act, 873

Public Utilities Board review, 2016

West-side line route, 872

City of Winnipeg

Sewage treatment plant update, 2830-2831

Water pollution control, 1267

Climate change

Government position, 266-267

Climate change emissions

International targets, 120-121

Community Places Program

Status update, 725, 726

Fossil fuel report

Report costs, 2016, 2074

Tendering inquiry, 1921-1922, 2016, 2074-2075

Hydro review report

Minister of Sustainable Development's position, 2309

Manitoba Hydro

Consultant report costs, 2549-2550

Manitoba Hydro development

Pimachiowin Aki UNESCO World Heritage Site, 508

Neighbourhoods Alive! program

Funding commitment concerns, 593

North End sewage treatment plant

Project completion date, 1567-1568

Proposed federal carbon tax

Minister of Sustainable Development's position, 2368

Use of federal-provincial transfers, 2368

PST increase claim

Point of clarification, 2168-2169

Sewage treatment plant

Timeline for improvements, 1398

Surface Water Management Act

Reintroduction of bill request, 406-407

Zebra mussel infestation

Boating education program, 2270-2271

Pesticides, cosmetic

Ban on, 2342

Petitions

Bell's purchase of MTS, 1272

Legislative building-gender neutral washrooms, 478, 811-812

Pimachiowin Aki

UNESCO designation, 508

Points of Order

P/O By the Member for Wolseley regarding comments made during Question Period., 2065

Post-secondary education

Tax credits, 2610

Post-secondary institutions

Capital improvements, 2610

Poverty reduction

General comments, 200, 335

Reduction initiatives, 336

Provincial sales tax increase

Point of clarification, 2168-2169

Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Amendment Act (Bill 14)

2 R

Debate, 2473-2478

Rapid transit expansion

Separated bike path, 1286, 1328

Resolutions

Transitioning to a green economy

Debate, 2807-2809

Questions, 2809-2811

Severance package disclosure

Political staff, 2474

Surface Water Management Act

Government intention, 1416-1418

Reintroduction of bill request, 406-407

Sustainable Development Department

Budget cuts, 2809, 2811

Estimates

Speakers, 1406-1421, 1423-1428

Full-time staff, 1408-1409, 1411-1414

Vacancies, 1408, 1411-1414

Throne Speech

Debate, 198-201

Trans-Pacific Partnership

Participation concerns, 335

Tuition increase

Enrollment decline, 2609

Zebra mussel infestation

Boating education program, 2270-2271

Prevention, funding for, 2478

Ambulance fee reduction

Budget 2016

Goertzen, 1064-1065

Wiebe, 1064

Election promise

Friesen, 2108

Goertzen, 1150-1151, 2271-2272

Lamoureux, 2108, 2271-2272

Maloway, 494, 1150-1151

Formula for

Goertzen, 1069-1072

Wiebe, 1069-1072

Low-income seniors

Goertzen, 307, 404

Lamoureux, 307, 404

Reduction, need for

Graydon, 423

Lamoureux, 55, 376

Martin, 47-48

Pallister, 250

Squires, 243

Ambulance fees

Barrier to care

Isleifson, 1956

Case concern

Lamoureux, 2108-2109

Per kilometer rates

Goertzen, 1072

Wiebe, 1072

Amounts Paid or Payable to Members of the Assembly

Report, March 31, 2016

Friesen, 1729

An Act Respecting the Oaths of Office (Bill 1)

Pallister, 8

Animal Health Week. See Members' statements

Annual Basic Utility Bundle Cost Comparison

Report, March 31, 2016

Friesen, 1912

Appeal Commission and Medical Review Panel

Annual report 2015

Cullen, 259

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)

Wait time for treatment

Fielding, 2165-2166

Gerrard, 2165-2166

Apprenticeship and Certification Board

Annual report

Wishart, 2206

Apprenticeship training

Demand for

Chief, 483

Northern Manitoba communities

Cullen, 634

Lindsey, 634

Appropriation Act, 2016 (Bill 12)

1 R

Friesen, 1742

2 R

Questions

Allum, 1742

Friesen, 1742

C/3 R

Gerrard, 1758

Goertzen, 1758

R/A

Filmon, 1767

Committee of the Whole, 1757

Committee report, 1757

Aquatic invasive species

Prevention funding increase

Cox, 1205

Wowchuk, 1205

Arborg & District Multicultural Heritage Village. See Members' statements

Art City

Wiebe, 300

Arthur-Virden

ER closures

Piwniuk, 492

Oil industry, exploration

Piwniuk, 491

Road conditions

Piwniuk, 491

Arts and culture day. See Ministerial statements

Arts Branch

Budget for

Lamoureux, 1519

Squires, 1519-1520

General comments

Squires, 1447

Asian Heritage Month

Lamoureux, 142

Asian markets. See Trans-Pacific Partnership

Assiniboine Community College

Centre for Health, Energy & Environment

Funding commitment inquiry

Kinew, 477

Pallister, 477

International LPN program

Kinew, 1549

Wishart, 1549-1550

Assisted death. See Fatality Inquiries Amendment and Vital Statistics Amendment Act

Association of Manitoba Municipalities

Fair Share, Fair Say

Allum, 1506

Clarke, 943, 1506-1507

Kinew, 942-943

Audit, corporate

Public disclosure

Allum, 228-229

Friesen, 228-229

Auditor General's Report

Ethical practices recommendations

Friesen, 989

Johnson, 989

Follow-up of recommendations, May 2016

Driedger, 868

Austerity policies

Marcelino, F., 2518-2519

Autism Awareness Month. See Members' statements

Autism treatment

ABA therapy wait times

Fielding, 2165-2166

Gerrard, 2165-2166

Autism, adults with

Employment support

Fielding, 2166

Gerrard, 2166

Automobile Injury Compensation Appeal Commission

Annual report 2015-2016

Stefanson, 1861

 

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