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CINDEX Index

4H programs. See also Resolutions

Agriculture education accreditation

Michaleski, 833

Benefits for (North)

Michaleski, 835

Nesbitt, 835

Smook, 835

City participation in

Isleifson, 836

Michaleski, 836

Nesbitt, 836

Consultations

Lindsey, 836

Michaleski, 836

First Nations communities

Lindsey, 835

Michaleski, 835

School budget costs

Lindsey, 835, 837

Michaleski, 835

 

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Aboriginal education

Support for

Lagimodiere, 136

Aboriginal Issues Committee of Cabinet

Dissolution of

Fontaine, 306

Special advisor

Fontaine, 285-287

Abortion services. See Reproductive health care

ACCESS centres

F. Marcelino, 989

ACCESS Centres

Closure inquiry

Goertzen, 1086

Wiebe, 1086

Addiction

Attachment disorders

Gerrard, 487

Addiction services

Access to treatment

Gerrard, 83, 298

Goertzen, 83

Mental health care

Curry, 102

New strategy for

Lagimodiere, 137

Strategy, need for

Wiebe, 283, 408

Strategy, timeline for

Goertzen, 498

Klassen, 497-498

Pallister, 497

Treatment access, timeliness of

Gerrard, 133, 316

Addiction treatment. See Members' statements

Adoption tax credit

Micklefield, 1318

Advanced Education Administration Amendment Act (Bill 31). See also Tuition increase

1 R

Wishart, 801-802

Request to repeal

Kinew, 849-850, 893-894

Wishart, 849-850, 893-894

Advisory Panel on Fiscal Performance

Report, April 10, 2017

Friesen, 1187

Advocate for Children and Youth Act (Bill 9)

1 R

Fielding, 390

2 R

Debate

Fielding, 818-821

Fontaine, 823-824

Gerrard, 826-827

Klassen, 825-826

Lagassé, 824-825

Questions

Fielding, 821-823

Fontaine, 821-822

Gerrard, 822-823

Klassen, 821

Hughes recommendations

Fielding, 818-820

Injury and death review

Fielding, 819

Mandate expansion

Fielding, 819

Phoenix Sinclair inquiry

Fielding, 818, 821, 822

Klassen, 825

Reporting requirements

Fielding, 819

Lagassé, 842

Term of office extension

Fielding, 819

TRC's Call to Action

Fielding, 821-822

Fontaine, 821-822

Aerospace industry

Johnston, 131

Affordability advantage

Selinger, 168-169

Affordability, Manitoba

Government record

F. Marcelino, 1373

Pallister, 1373

Affordable housing initiatives

Funding increase

Fielding, 42

Morley-Lecomte, 42

Seniors, support for

Mayer, 64

Affordable Utility Rate Accountability Act

Repeal of

Kinew, 1277

Agencies, boards and commissions

Request to table review

Friesen, 124

Klassen, 123-124

Agreement on Internal Trade

Labour mobility

Swan, 365

Agricultural fields

Waterway buffer zone

Altemeyer, 1156

Cox, 1156

Agriculture emissions

Carbon pricing

Altemeyer, 725

Cox, 725

Agriculture industry

Building code changes

Lindsey, 1034

Intellectual property development

Kinew, 1277

Manure management

Altemeyer, 996

Punjab farmers, recruitment of

Eichler, 694-695

Saran, 694

Agriculture producers funding act

Farmers choice in representation

Eichler, 1231

Lindsey, 1230-1231

AIDS. See World AIDS Day

Air ambulance services

Privatization concerns

Goertzen, 1200-1201

Lindsey, 1200-1201, 1310

Pallister, 1201

Air ambulance services, privatization

Northern Manitoba, impact on

Lathlin, 1301

Pedersen, 1301

Airports. See also Grace Lake; Members' statements under Winnipeg Airports Authority

Alcohol abuse

Early exposure risks

Gerrard, 487

Alcohol sales

Swan, 367

All Seniors Care Seniors Games. See Members' statements

Allum, James (Fort Garry-Riverview) NDP

Budget 2017

Affordability section, 455, 700-701

Community organizations

Funding timeline, 699

Debate, 1402-1412, 1431-1447

Five-year projections, 456

Projections, need for, 654

Release date, 640

Cabinet ministers' salaries

Minimum wage earners, 640-641, 650

Refund request, 690-691, 719-720

Canada Pension Plan

Expansion of, 655-656

Canada Pension Plan expansion

Amendment, 243

Government response, 352

Parental and disability, exceptions, 242

CancerCare Manitoba

Capital project, cancellation of, 705

Child-care services

Affordability of, 645

Child-care spaces

Capital investments, 727

Children in care

Education supports for, 565

City of Winnipeg

Downtown development, need for, 653

Climate change accord

Signing timeline, 1059

Collective bargaining agreements

Pledge to front-line workers, 186-187, 226-227

Public service renegotiation, 451

Reopening existing agreements, 743

Committee of Supply

Interim Supply

Budget release date, 441-444

Debate, 440-441

Opening statements, 440-441

Questions, 441-457, 501

Value-for-money audit, 444-447

Value-for-money audit, costs, 447

Committee of the Whole

Interim Appropriation Act, 2017 (Bill 8), 727-729

Opening statement, 711-714

Community Places Program

Funding freeze, 651

Crown services layoffs

Cabinet Ministers' salaries, 339-340

Dakota Collegiate

Alumni Field funding, 703

Economy

Infrastructure spending, 951-952

Education affordability

Jobs plan for youth, 1256-1257

Education Property Tax Credit

Inclusion in Budget 2017, 453

Education system

Funding concerns, 704

Federal-provincial relations, 655-656

Government strategy, 1059-1060

Financial Administration Amendment Act (Economic Indicators) (Bill 216)

1 R, 881

2 R

Debate, 1123-1124

Questions, 1124-1126

Affordability comparison, 1123-1124, 1125

Long-term projections, 1123, 1125

Fiscal performance review

Release of KPMG report, 1418

Request for results of review, 501, 629-630

Request to release report, 894-895

Fiscal Responsibility and Taxpayer Protection Act (Bill 21)

2 R

Questions, 1065-1067

Balanced budget legislation, 1067

Cabinet salary provision, 1065

Carbon tax, 1066-1067

Referendum threshold, 1065-1066

Referendum, costs of, 1065

Fisheries Amendment Act (Bill 23)

2 R

Debate, 1056-1061

First Nations, duty to consult, 1058-1059

Fish, market for, 1058

Freshwater Fish Marketing Board

Elimination of

Impact on small fishers, 1058

Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation

Purpose of, 1057

Front-line workers and services

Public sector wage costs, 19-20

Government motion

Reinstatement of Civil Service Amendment Act (Employment Preference for Reservists with Active Service) (Bill 213), 214-219

Government resolution

Canadian Pension Plan enhancements, 239-243

Amendment, 243

Health-care services

Capital projects, 728

Capital projects, cancellation of, 448

Federal equalization payments, 656-657

Health accord, signing delay, 353

Privatization concerns, 1044-1045

Infrastructure spending

Economy, impact on, 951-952

Government intention, 996-997

Interim Appropriation Act, 2017 (Bill 8)

2 R

Debate, 640-659, 698-707

Capital projects, 713

Opening statements, 711-712

Labour Relations Amendment Act (Right to Collective Bargaining) (Bill 217)

2 R

Questions, 743

Manitoba Hydro

Workforce reduction, 400-401

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries Corporation

Downtown location, cancellation of, 653

Manitoba Task Force on Educational Outcomes of Children in Care, 569

Members' statements

Barter-Cook, Margje, 987

Café Amour closure, 1371-1372

Domienik, Pearl, 183-184

Last-Kolb, Arlene, 806

Midwife training program

Changes to, 650

Minimum wage

Cabinet ministers' salaries, 640-641, 650

Minimum wage increase

Need for, 699

Moody's Investors Service

Financial assessment, 658

New West Partnership Trade Agreement Implementation Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 7)

2 R

Debate, 350-354

Questions, 347-350

Annual report, need for, 349-350, 351-352

Human and environmental protection, 347

National trade agreement, 347-348

Performance measures, 351-352

Worker protection, 349

Opioid crisis

Provincial comparison, 371

Treatment plan, 25-26

Oral Questions

Cabinet salaries

Refund request, 690-691

Collective bargaining agreements

Pledge to front-line workers, 186-187, 226-227

Crown services layoffs

Cabinet Ministers' salaries, 339-340

Education affordability

Jobs plan for youth, 1256-1257

Fentanyl crisis-reduction strategy

Government treatment plan, 25-26

Fiscal performance review

Release of KPMG report, 1418

Request for results of review, 629-630

Request to release report, 894-895

Front-line workers and services

Public sector wage costs, 19-20

Health-care services

Privatization concerns, 1044-1045

Infrastructure spending

Government intention, 996-997

Impact on the economy, 951-952

Manitoba Hydro

Workforce reduction, 400-401

Ministers' salaries

Refund request, 719-720

Privatization of public services

Employment loss concerns, 1229-1230

Public-private partnerships

Repeal of legislation, 37-38

Outstanding Educator of the Year award, 987

Petitions

Taxi industry regulation, 1053, 1094, 1161, 1205, 1307, 1385

Points of Order

P/O by Micklefield regarding the Member for Fort Garry-Riverview walking between the mace and the Speaker, 1024

Pooled Registered Pension Plans (Manitoba) Act (Bill 3)

2 R

Debate, 967-968

Questions, 321-322, 966

Consultation process, 321, 322

Employer obligations, 966

Jurisdictional comparisons, 966

Mandatory enrollment, 322

Participation in, 967

Public service pensions

Defined benefit vs. defined contribution, 967-968

Port of Churchill

Sustainability of, 348-349

Post-secondary education

Fee increases, 1136

Provincial deficit

Numbers, 106, 649-650

Provincial Nominee Program

New application fee, 642

Public Health Amendment Act (Bill 207)

2 R

Debate, 375-376

Questions, 371

Pill presses

Illegal activity, use in, 371

Public Schools Amendment Act (Continuity of Learning) (Bill 208)

2 R

Debate, 568-570

Questions, 565

Consultations, 565

Public service

Services, privatization of, 1229-1230

Public service pensions

Defined benefit vs. defined contribution, 967-968

Public Services Sustainability Act (Bill 28)

2 R

Questions, 1184-1186

Compensation threshold, 1185

Labour, consultation with, 1185

Legality of Bill, 1186

Public servants, consultation with, 1184

Public-private partnership legislation

Repeal of, 37-38

Red Tape Reduction and Government Efficiency Act, 2017 (Bill 24)

2 R

Debate, 1019-1021

Questions, 1017-1019

Red Tape Reduction Day Act (Bill 218)

Health and safety regulations, 1018

Regulation reduction

One-for-one law, 1020

Water quality safety, 1019

Refugee claimants

Federal support needed, 644

Government support for, 644

Regulatory Accountability Act and Amendment to The Statutes and Regulations Act (Bill 22)

Committees, establishment of, 1076

Health and safety concerns, 1071, 1075

Information technology needs, 1076

One-for-one requirement, 1073, 1075

Regulatory Accountability Act and Amendments to The Statutes and Regulations Act (Bill 22)

2 R

Debate, 1074-1077

Questions, 1071-1073

Resolutions

Keeping post-secondary education affordable for students and families

Debate, 1138-1139

Questions, 1135-1136

Reducing the devastating effects of illicit opioids

Debate, 485-486

Securities Amendment Act (Reciprocal Enforcement) (Bill 2)

2 R

Debate, 964

Questions, 962-963

Consumer consultations, 962, 963, 964

National securities commission, support for, 962, 964

Seniors' School Tax Rebate

Changes to, 651

Surface Water Management Act (Amendment to Various Act to Protect Lakes and Wetlands) (Bill 219)

2 R

Questions, 923, 925

Spring flooding issues, 923

Throne Speech

Debate, 104-108

Trade agreements

Interprovincial, need for, 657

Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC)

Throne Speech, inclusion in, 642

Tuition increase

Enrollment decline, 703

Tuition rates

Increase concerns, 106

Altemeyer, Rob (Wolseley) NDP

Agricultural fields

Waterway buffer zone, 1156

Agriculture emissions

Carbon pricing, 725

Agriculture industry

Manure management, 996

Austerity budget, 138-139, 158-159

Budget 2017

Address, 1367-1370

Debate, 1388

Release date, 550

Cabinet ministers' salaries

Increase in, 548-549

Canadian Wheat Board

Grain revenues, 1007

CancerCare Manitoba

Capital project, cancellation of, 552

Carbon pricing

Agriculture emissions, 725

Carbon pricing plan

Dollar amount per ton, 125

Carbon pricing revenue

Referendum legislation, 125

Clean Environment Commission

Request for review of Bill 24, 1156

Climate change

Government position, 725-726

Community Places Program

Funding for, 799-800

Funding freeze, 437-438, 549-550

Status update, 232-233

Drinking water

Water system inspection, 889-890

Ducks Unlimited, 925

Education system

Property tax increases, 551-552

Efficiency Manitoba Act (Bill 19)

2 R

Questions, 1217-1219

Emission targets, 1217-1219

Electric transportation

Government plan, 1234-1235

Emergency room closures

Increased capacity needs, 1199-1200

Environment

Consultations with Manitobans, 725

Environmental protection areas

Government intention, 156-157, 192-193

Fisheries Amendment Act (Bill 23)

2 R

Debate, 1006-1010

Questions, 1002-1005

Eco-certification, 1009

First Nations consultations, need for, 1002

First Nations, duty to consult, 1003, 1006, 1008

First Nations, impact on, 1009

Fisher River Cree Nation consultations, 1004

Large operations, competition with, 1007

Northern transportation subsidy, 1007

Quotas, 1007

Regulations, enforcement concerns, 1009-1010

Signature Mediation consultations, 1004

Treaty rights, 1008

Flooding, spring

Drainage from Saskatchewan, 924

Freshwater Fish Marketing Board

Consultations process concerns, 311

Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation

Future of, 1007

Northern transportation subsidy, 272

Gordon Bell High School

Green space development, 798

Green Manitoba

Status of agency, 1380

Hog industry expansion

Greenhouse gas emissions, 1156

Income inequality

Labour legislation changes, 139

Infrastructure spending

Decrease in, 139

Interim Appropriation Act, 2017 (Bill 8)

2 R

Debate, 548-553

C 3/R, 796-800, 817

Kelvin High School

Active Living Centre funding, 797

Lake Winnipeg

Nitrate regulations, 995-996

Manitoba Hydro

Consulting report costs, 550-551

Members' statements

Climate change, 1040

Community Places Program, 528-529

Concern for the environment, 34-35

Impact of Budget 2017, 1293

Minimum wage

Increase, support for, 139

Minimum wage increase

Support for, 139

Ministerial statements

Welcoming new conservation officers, 1413-1414

World Water Day, 886

Neighborhoods Alive!

Program status update, 232-233

Non-profit organizations

Funding agreements, 1421

Oral Questions

Agricultural fields

Waterway buffer zone, 1156

Agriculture emissions

Carbon pricing, 725

Carbon tax plan

Dollar amount per ton, 125

Carbon tax revenue

Referendum legislation, 125

Clean Environment Commission

Request for review of Bill 24, 1156

Climate change

Government position, 725-726

Community Places Program

Funding freeze, 437-438

Electric transportation

Government plan, 1234-1235

Emergency room closures

Increased capacity needs, 1199-1200

Environmental protection areas

Government intention, 156-157, 192-193

Freshwater Fish Marketing Board

Consultations process concerns, 311

Green Manitoba

Status of agency, 1380

Hog industry expansion

Greenhouse gas emissions, 1156

Input on the environment

Consultations with Manitobans, 725

Lake Winnipeg

Nitrate regulations, 995-996

Neighbourhoods Alive!-Community Places

Program status update, 232-233

Non-profit organizations

Funding agreements, 1421

Northern transportation subsidy

Freshwater Fish marketing, 272

Safe drinking water

Water system inspection, 889-890

Sustainable development round table

Frequency of meetings, 597

Member for Wolseley's involvement, 597

Water supply safety

Frequency of inspections, 949-950

Wilderness and water protection

Government intention, 85

Personal-care homes

Capital projects, cancellation of, 552

Petitions

Kelvin High School gymnasium, 1345, 1386

Neighbourhood renewal corporations funding, 896, 956

Taxi industry regulation, 997-998, 1054, 1158-1159, 1204, 1267, 1307-1308, 1427-1428

Provincial Nominee Program

New application fee, 548

Public-private partnership legislation

Repeal of, 140-141

Red Tape Reduction and Government Efficiency Act, 2017 (Bill 24)

2 R

Debate, 1025

Clean Environment Commission review, 1156

Red Tape Reduction Day Act (Bill 218)

Regulation reduction

One-for-one law, 1025

Surface Water Management Act (Amendment to Various Act to Protect Lakes and Wetlands) (Bill 219)

1 R, 881

2 R

Debate, 921-923

Questions, 923-925

Conservation districts, expansion of, 922

Consultations, 923, 924

Cooks Creek Conservation District consultation, 923

Drainage compensation, 922, 924

Drainage prevention, 922

Ducks Unlimited, 925

Excess nutrient monitoring

Data collection, 922

Spring flooding issues, 923

Sustainable development round table

Frequency of meetings, 597

Member for Wolseley's involvement, 597

Throne Speech

Debate, 138-141, 158-159

Tuition rates

Increase concerns, 140

Indexed to inflation, 140

University of Manitoba contract

Collective bargaining negotiations, 139-140

Water supply safety

Frequency of inspections, 949-950

Wilderness and water protection

Government intention, 85

World Water Day, 886

Alzheimer's disease

Manitoba numbers

Wharton, 668

Alzheimer's patients. See also Missing Persons Amendment Act (Silver Alert)

Service animals, use of

Maloway, 475

AMBER Alert

Swan, 666

Wharton, 667

Wiebe, 671

Ambulance fees. See also Emergency Medical Response and Stretcher Transportation Amendment Act

General comments

Johnson, 754

Wiebe, 754

PC election promise

Wiebe, 979

Reduction promise

Lamoureux, 98, 547

Wiebe, 283-284

An Act Respecting the Administration of Oaths of Office (Bill 1)

1 R

Pallister, 9

ANAVETS Assiniboia Unit 283. See Members' statements

Animals, therapy. See Service and Therapy Animal Day Act

Arborg and District Multicultural Heritage Village

Tourism award recipients

Johnson, 88

Arts sector

Economic contribution

Lindsey, 1311

Assiniboine Community College

Annual report 2015-2016

Wishart, 144

Atticus McIlraith Baby Formula Drive. See Members' statements under McIlraith, Atticus

Attorney General. See Fatality Inquiries Amendment Act

Auditor General report

Follow-up report, March 2017

Driedger, 763

Austerity budget

Altemeyer, 138-139, 158-159

Autism. See Service and Therapy Animal Day Act

Auto theft rates

Swan, 738

 

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