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Aboriginal education

Support for

Lagimodiere, 136

Aboriginal Issues Committee of Cabinet

Dissolution of

Fontaine, 306

Special advisor

Fontaine, 285-287

Addiction services

Access to treatment

Gerrard, 83, 298

Goertzen, 83

Mental-health care

Curry, 102

New strategy for

Lagmodiere, 137

Strategy, need for

Wiebe, 283

Treatment access, timeliness of

Gerrard, 133, 316

Addiction treatment. See Members' statements

Aerospace industry

Johnston, 131

Affordability advantage

Selinger, 168-169

Affordable housing initiatives

Funding increase

Fielding, 42

Morley-Lecomte, 42

Seniors, support for

Mayer, 64

Agencies, boards and commissions

Request to table review

Friesen, 124

Klassen, 123-124

AIDS. See World AIDS Day

Allum, James (Fort Garry-Riverview) NDP

Canada Pension Plan expansion

Amendment, 243

Parental and disability, exceptions, 242

Collective bargaining agreements

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

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

Members' statements

Domienik, Pearl, 183-184

Opioid crisis

Treatment plan, 25-26

Oral Questions

Collective bargaining agreements

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

Fentanyl crisis-reduction strategy

Government treatment plan, 25-26

Front-line workers and services

Public sector wage costs, 19-20

Public-private partnerships

Repeal of legislation, 37-38

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

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Questions, 321-322

Consultation process, 321, 322

Mandatory enrollment, 322

Provincial deficit

Numbers, 106

Public-private partnership legislation

Repeal of, 37-38

Throne Speech

Debate, 104-108

Tuition rates

Future increase concerns, 106

Altemeyer, Rob (Wolseley) NDP

Austerity budget, 138-139, 158-159

Carbon pricing plan

Dollar amount per ton, 125

Carbon pricing revenue

Referendum legislation, 125

Community Places

Program status update, 232-233

Environmental protection areas

Government intention, 156-157, 192-193

Freshwater Fish Marketing Board

Consultations process concerns, 311

Freshwater Fish Marketing Corporation

Northern transportation subsidy, 272

Income inequality

Labour legislation changes, 139

Infrastructure spending

Decrease in, 139

Members' statements

Concern for the environment, 34-35

Minimum wage

Increase, support for, 139

Neighbourhoods Alive!

Program status update, 232-233

Oral Questions

Carbon tax plan

Dollar amount per ton, 125

Carbon tax revenue

Referendum legislation, 125

Environmental protection areas

Government intention, 156-157, 192-193

Freshwater Fish Marketing Board

Consultations process concerns, 311

Neighbourhoods Alive!-Community Places

Program status update, 232-233

Northern transportation subsidy

Freshwater Fish marketing, 272

Wilderness and water protection

Government intention, 85

Public-private partnership legislation

Repeal of, 140-141

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

Wilderness and water protection

Government intention, 85

Ambulance fees

Reduction promise

Lamoureux, 98

Wiebe, 283-284

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

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Pallister, 9

Arborg and District Multicultural Heritage Village

Tourism award recipients

Johnson, 88

Assiniboine Community College

Annual report 2015-2016

Wishart, 144

Austerity budget

Altemeyer, 138-139, 158-159

 

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