Abrary, F. Phillip (Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Written submission, SED190–191

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Amendments

Clause 7(1)(a)

Howard, HR93; passed, HR93

Preamble

Howard, HR93; passed, HR93

Building code amendments

Derksen, HR50; Eadie, HR48–49

Business accessibility standards

Eadie, HR48; Steen, HR54

Community housing availability

Eadie, HR49; Helgason, HR51; Wolbert, HR45

Council member selection

Keirstead, HR42–43; McIntosh, HR32

Emergency services accessibility

Momotiuk, HR33

Opening remarks

Howard, HR93; Mitchelson, HR93

Personal security concerns

Cox, HR58–59

Post-secondary education accessibility

Sangalang, HR62

Public presentations

Backstrom, HR40–41; Cox, HR58–59; Delong, HR38–39; Derksen, HR49–50; Eadie,

HR47–49; Falconer, HR35–37; Frain, HR46–47; Helgason, HR51; Keirstead, HR41–43;

Lepofsky, HR28–30; Letkeman, HR44–45; McIntosh, HR31–32; Momotiuk, HR32–34;

Montpetit, HR52–53; Rebeck, HR39–40; Sangalang, HR62–63; Saurette-Roch, HR61–62;

Steen, HR53–58; Unrau, HR59–60; Wolbert, HR45–46; Zimmer, HR34–35

Sport funding for persons with disabilities

Unrau, HR60

Timeline for full accessibility

Delong, HR38–39; Falconer, HR37; Howard, HR37; Lepofsky, HR29

Tourism, accessibility impact

Howard, HR30–31; Lepofsky, HR30

Transportation concerns

Letkeman, HR44

Workplace accessibility

Frain, HR46

Written submissions

Dobrowolski, HR99; Riese, HR99–100

Accident reporting. See Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Accident Reporting Requirements)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Report availability

Hodgins, CC39; Rowat, CC39

Addictions treatment

Wait times

Driedger, SED21; Oswald, SED21

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

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Amendments

Clause 9, subsection 259.1(3), SED113; passed, SED113

Home-school concerns, SED108

Opening remarks, SED113

Public Schools Amendment Act (Reporting Bullying and Other Harm)

[Bill 28]

Opening remarks, SED114

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

Points of order

P/O by Derkach requesting consideration of Bill 27 be postponed for a few minutes

Chairperson's ruling (Altemeyer), HR87

Alternative energy

Wind power subsidies

Brennan, CC109; Gerrard, CC109

Appeal Commission and Medical Review Panel

Annual report, December 31, 2007, CC113; passed, CC134

Annual report, December 31, 2008, CC113; passed, CC134

Annual report, December 31, 2009, CC113

Annual report, December 31, 2010, CC113

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

Manitoba Lotteries Corporation

Casino food and beverage services, CC33

Online gaming updates, CC31–32

Opening statements, CC24–25

Video lottery terminal rural distribution policies, CC37

Atkinson, Keith (Chief of Police, City of Brandon)

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Accident Reporting Requirements)

[Bill 37]

Public presentation, JU10–11

Audit of the Public Accounts, March 31, 2010, Auditor General's report

Volumes 1-4

Crown corporations fourth-quarter reviews

Eliasson, PA100; Stefanson, PA100

Opening remarks

Bellringer, PA95–96; Clarkson, PA91–92; Eliasson, PA96–97

Publication release dates

Bellringer, PA98, PA101; Braun, PA98; Eliasson, PA98–101; Stefanson, PA98, PA100–101

Quarterly reporting inconsistencies

Eliasson, PA99–100; Stefanson, PA99–100

Supplementary audit report requirements

Eliasson, PA100–101; Stefanson, PA100

Auditor General's report, Operations of the Office, March 31, 2009, PA23

Auditing, international standards

Bellringer, PA48; Stefanson, PA48

Conflict of interest potential

Bellringer, PA47; Stefanson, PA47

Office renovation cost

Bellringer, PA47; Stefanson, PA47

Office twinning project costs

Bellringer, PA49–50; Borotsik, PA49–50; Martindale, PA49; Stefanson, PA49

Opening remarks

Bellringer, PA46–47

Preliminary departmental reports

Bellringer, PA48; Stefanson, PA48

Recommendation resolve percentages

Bellringer, PA48; Stefanson, PA48

Special audit initiations

Bellringer, PA48; Stefanson, PA48

Auditor General's report, Operations of the Office, March 31, 2010, PA23

Auto theft decrease

Martindale, CC75; Swan, CC75

 

Backstrom, Orland (Manitoba Supported Employment Network)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR40–41

Baker, Jim (Manitoba Hotel Association)

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Licencing regulations, SED60

Outlet expansion locations, SED60

Public presentation, SED57–58

Balanced budget legislation

Budgeted expenditures adherence

Bellringer, PA97–98; Borotsik, PA99; Eliasson, PA99; Stefanson, PA97

Bayles, Diana (Heart and Stroke Foundation)

Defibrillator Public Access Act

[Bill 20]

Hospital use, HR10

Public presentation, HR8–9

Public training and education, HR9

Beddome, James (Green Party of Manitoba)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Peat mine regulations, SED171

Public presentation, SED168–171

Wetlands restoration, need for, SED171

Bellringer, Carol (Auditor General)

Audit of the Public Accounts, March 31, 2010, Auditor General's report

Volumes 1-4

Opening remarks, PA95–96

Publication release dates, PA98, PA101

Auditor General's report, Operations of the Office, March 31, 2009

Auditing, international standards, PA48

Conflict of interest potential, PA47

Office renovation cost, PA47

Office twinning project costs, PA49–50

Opening remarks, PA46–47

Preliminary departmental reports, PA48

Recommendation resolve percentages, PA48

Special audit initiations, PA48

Balanced budget legislation

Budgeted expenditures adherence, PA97–98

Follow-up of Previously Issued Recommendations–A Review, March 2010, Auditor's General report

Information Technology Organization-Section 22, Computer Security Incident Response Capability–Section 23

Opening remarks, PA24

Greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets, PA63

Report to the Legislative Assembly: Performance Audits–December 2010

Chapter 1: Managing Climate Change, Auditor General's report

Audit methodology, PA71–73

Legislation adherence enforcement, PA71–72

Opening remarks, PA51–52

Chapter 2: Economic Development Loans and Investments under The Development Corporation Act, Auditor General's report

Opening remarks, PA102

Chapter 3: Special Audit: Society for Manitobans with Disabilities, Auditor General's report

Opening remarks, PA75–76

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities

Audit initiation and timelines, PA78–79, PA84–85

Complaint investigations, PA78–79

Fund transfer protocols, PA81

Funding sources, PA80

Report recommendations implementation (2005), PA84–85

Surplus limitations, PA80

Special Audit: Rural Municipality of La Broquerie, March 2008, Auditor General's report

Community development corporation issues, PA19–21

Opening remarks, PA13

Recommendations implementation, PA20

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

Fraud allegations review, Auditor General's role, PA101–102

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority–Administration of the Value-Added Policy, May 2010, Auditor General's report

Base purchase contracts, value-add amounts, PA9–10

Baxter Corporation contract details, PA11

Brown envelope, use of term, PA3

Comparison of bids, PA3

Mead Johnson contract details, PA9–11

Opening remarks, PA1–2

Receipt recording, PA12

Restricted funding allocation, PA11

Scope of audit, PA9

Value adds, management approval, PA7–8

Workers Compensation Board

Investment organizations, joining of, PA35

Private placement holdings, PA38

Whistle-blower legislation evaluation, PA32–33

Bjornson, Hon. Peter (Gimli) N.D.P.

Innovation Funding Act

[Bill 24]

Opening remarks, HR20

Blady, Sharon (Kirkfield Park) N.D.P.

Canadian Armed Forces

Municipal role (Winnipeg), PB4

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Expanded Grounds for Early Termination)

[Bill 217]

Amendments

Clause 2, 92.1(1), PB7; passed, PB7

Clause 2, 92.1(2), PB7; passed, PB7

Clause 2, 92.1(3), PB7; passed, PB7

Clause 6, PB7; passed, PB8

Opening remarks, PB6

Blaikie, Hon. Bill (Elmwood) N.D.P.

Hog industry

Manure management, winter spreading regulations, SED209

Lake Winnipeg

Nitrogen removal, SED152

Polar Bear Protection Amendment Act (International Polar Bear Conservation Centre)

[Bill 7]

Committee member appointments, JU3

Implementation delays, JU4–5

Opening remarks, JU4

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Cattle producers, impact on, SED128

Opening remarks, SED221

Wetlands restoration, need for, SED135

Waste-water treatment plants

Update requirements (Winnipeg), SED137, SED151–152, SED165–166

Bobbette, John (Winnipeg Technical College)

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Public presentation, SED109

Boisvert, Mel (Winnipeg Realtors)

Condominium Act and Amendments Respecting Condominium Conversions (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 40]

Public presentation, SED42–43

Borger, Alan (Ladco Company Limited)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer and school division planning process, HR71

Public presentation, HR70–75

Borotsik, Rick (Brandon West) P.C.

Auditor General's report, Operations of the Office, March 31, 2009

Office twinning project costs, PA49–50

Balanced budget legislation

Budgeted expenditures adherence, PA99

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Cell Phone Contracts)

[Bill 35]

Contract termination fees, SED39–40

Information Technology Organization

Computer security intrusions, PA30

Performance measurement system, PA25–26

Borotsik, Rick (Brandon West) P.C. –Continued

Recommendations implementation timelines, PA30

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Boutique store regulations, SED49, SED58–59, SED73–74

Brew pub licencing concerns, SED51, SED56

Consultations, SED53

Independent wine stores expansions, SED53

Licenced premises, safety evaluations, SED75–77

Opening remarks, SED73–74

Outlet expansion locations, SED59–60

Property vicinity control definition, SED52, SED56, SED64–65, SED73

Restaurant patrons, outside wine purchases, SED56

Social closing time concerns, SED65

Manitoba Development Corporation

Loan conditions (City of Winnipeg), PA102–103

Venture capital funds, PA109

Manitoba Hydro

Export sales, extraprovincial, CC104–105

Opening remarks, CC80

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Export sales, CC103–107

Landowner compensation, CC103

Motion to permit public presentations on Bipole III in special committee meeting, CC101–102

Manitoba Industrial Opportunities Program

Loan business plan requirements, PA105, PA106–107

Loan criteria and approvals, PA103–106

Loan employment criteria, PA107–108

Loan writeoffs, PA104–105, PA109

Radisson Hecla Island Resort receivership, PA108

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Advertising and promotion expenditures, CC6

Alcohol delivery services, CC8

Annual report for the year ending March 2010

Opening remarks, CC3

Beer prices and consumption, CC5

ChangeMakers agency contract, CC7

Collective bargaining agreements, CC5

Community support expenditures, CC6–7

Contract tenders process, CC7

Limousine licencing regulations, CC7–8

Rural vendor discount percentages, CC20

Salary and benefit expenditure increases, CC3–4

Staffing increase, CC4–5

Vendor distance requirements, CC19

Manitoba Lotteries Corporation

Casino food and beverage services, CC33

Casino revenues, CC30–31

Consultant costs, CC34

Government payments allocation, CC27–28

Loan arrangement details and servicing costs, CC33–34

Online gaming updates, CC31

Revenue projections, CC32

Stakeholders, contributions to, CC28–29

Video lottery terminal revenues and programs, CC29

Winnipeg Police Services, contribution to, CC27

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Contract employees, CC69

Excessive claims reserve review, CC53–55

Information technology optimization fund, CC55–56

Motorcycle insurance registration, CC57

Premium tax payments, CC67

Public Utilities Board information requests, CC55

Ratepayer rebates, CC53–54, CC74

Staffing, CC67–68

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities

Audit initiation and timelines, PA78

Complaint investigations, PA78–79

Departmental lack of trust, PA82

Front-line services evaluation, PA86

Fund transfer protocols, PA81

Funding sources, PA80

Service purchase agreements, PA78, PA87

SMD Alliance, financial records, PA82

Surplus limitations, PA79–80, PA87

Special Audit: Rural Municipality of La Broquerie, March 2008, Auditor General's report

Consultant hiring process, PA18

Consultant recommendations, municipal scope, PA17

Councillors, conflict of interest disclosures, PA17

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority–Administration of the Value-Added Policy, May 2010, Auditor General's report

Receipt recording, PA12

Workers Compensation Board

Smartpark investment, PA38

Boucher, Daniel (Sociιtι franco-manitobaine)

Universitι de Saint-Boniface Act

[Bill 26]

Public presentation, HR6–7

Boxing Day retail hours. See Retail Businesses Holiday Closing Amendment Act

Boyle, Norm (North Grassie Properties)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Public presentation, HR80–81

Brandon, Josh (Green Action Plan)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED155–158

Braun, Erna (Rossmere) N.D.P.

Audit of the Public Accounts, March 31, 2010, Auditor General's report

Volumes 1-4

Publication release dates, PA98

Consumer Rights Day Act

[Bill 204]

Opening remarks, PB5–6

Brazil, Vanessa (WIND Mobile)

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Cell Phone Contracts)

[Bill 35]

Written submission, SED83–85

Breast cancer. See Regional Health Authorities Amendment Act (Mammography Accreditation)

Brennan, Bob (Manitoba Hydro)

Alternative energy

Wind power subsidies, CC109

Keeyask Generating Station

Economic benefits, CC96

Transmission capacity, CC87–88

Manitoba Hydro

Bipoles, future needs, CC88

Capital construction, power sales agreements, CC87

Downtown headquarters building costs (Winnipeg), CC95

Export sales opposition (US), CC94

Export sales, extraprovincial, CC104–105, CC108

Gas price increase, CC108–109

Lake water level controls, CC110

Northern States Power sale agreement, CC87

Opening remarks, CC82–85

Pattern Energy agreement, CC86

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Agricultural impact, CC103

Community development funds use, CC96–98

Completion service date, CC102

Converter capacities, CC93

Converter costs, CC93, CC110–111

Costs estimates update, CC94–95

Export sales (US), CC103–107

Farlinger draft report, CC92–93

First Nations consultations, CC92

Landowner compensation, CC92, CC103

Line reliability, CC94

Routing reports, CC88

Underwater location, CC107

Wuskwatim Generating Station

Project and cost update, CC95–96, CC108

Brick, Marilyn (St. Norbert) N.D.P.

Climate change initiatives

ecoTrust project funding, PA69

Public education, PA57

Climate Friendly Woodlot Practices program

Funding, PA66

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Citizenship Ceremonies)

[Bill 10]

Ceremony importance, SED8

Greenhouse gas emissions

Kyoto target adherence, PA56

Report to the Legislative Assembly: Performance Audits–December 2010

Chapter 1: Managing Climate Change, Auditor General's report

Audit methodology, PA72–73

Winnipeg Foundation Amendment Act

[Bill 300]

Opening remarks, PB13

Briese, Stu (Ste. Rose) P.C.

City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Historic Property Designations)

[Bill 5]

Opening remarks, SED9

Planning Amendment Act

[Bill 30]

Opening remarks, SED30

Briese, Stu (Ste. Rose) P.C. –Continued

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Opening remarks, HR94

Workers Compensation Amendment Act

[Bill 6]

Firefighter coverage, volunteers, SED28

Bruce, Greg (Ducks Unlimited Canada)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED133–135

Bueti, Frank (Private Citizen)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer consultations, lack of, HR83–84

Public presentation, HR83–84

Burns, Vicki (Private Citizen)

Hog industry

Confinement systems, SED153

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED153–155

Wetlands restoration, need for, SED154

Business Transformation and Technology

Applications and server consolidation assessments

Clarkson, PA95; Stefanson, PA95

Departmental consultations

Clarkson, PA95; Stefanson, PA95

Risk-management policy framework timeline

Clarkson, PA92–93; Stefanson, PA92–93

Service Manitoba amalgamation

Clarkson, PA93–94; Jha, PA93; Stefanson, PA94

 

 

Cadet program. See City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Winnipeg Police Service Auxiliary Cadets)

Canadian Armed Forces

Municipal role (Winnipeg)

Blady, PB4; Collins, PB4

Canadian Red Cross

RespectED program

Gerrard, SED112; Ulrich, SED112

Caregiver Recognition Act

[Bill 42]

Advisory committee formation

Hominuk, HR14; Rondeau, HR14–15; Wildenmann, HR15–16

Opening remarks

Rondeau, HR21; Rowat, HR21

Public presentations

Hominuk, HR12–14; Konyk, HR16–17; Wildenmann, HR14–15

Carruthers, Michael (Urban Development Institute)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer consultations, lack of, HR65, HR67

Public presentation, HR65–67

Cell phone contracts. See Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Cell Phone Contracts)

CFSIS. See Child and Family Services Information System

Child and Family Services agencies

Adoption rates and process

Gerrard, LA19; MacDonald, LA19

Age of majority care extensions

Faurschou, LA17–18; MacDonald, LA11, LA18; Mitchelson, LA11

Children-in-care

Fatalities

Gerrard, LA18; Kocsis, LA18

Increase

Gerrard, LA19; MacDonald, LA19

Suicide rates

Gerrard, LA18–20; Kocsis, LA13–14, LA18–20; Mitchelson, LA13–14

Risk assessment tools

MacDonald, LA10–11; Mitchelson, LA10

Staff turnover

MacDonald, LA16; Mitchelson, LA16

Child and Family Services Information System

Agency use

Kocsis, LA15; MacDonald, LA15; Mitchelson, LA15

Child pornography. See Justice for Victims of Child Pornography Act

Chi­ld Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking Act

[Bill 29]

Legislation history

Schuler, JU18–19

Minimum damage compensation

Goertzen, JU18; Swan, JU18

Opening remarks

Goertzen, JU17; Swan, JU16–17

Third-party application clarification

Goertzen, JU17–18; Swan, JU17–18

Children's Advocate office

Annual report for fiscal years ending March 31, 2009 and March 31, 2010 (combined years)

Opening remarks

MacDonald, LA7–8; Mackintosh, LA5–7; Mitchelson, LA7

Appointment recommendations

Motion to advise Speaker and MLAs once offer has been accepted

Howard, LA3; Irvin-Ross, LA2; passed, LA3

Child Protection Branch co-operation

MacDonald, LA13–15; Mitchelson, LA13–15

Phoenix Sinclair death, intervener status

MacDonald, LA16; Mitchelson, LA16

Phone call increase

MacDonald, LA8–9; Mitchelson, LA8

Report reviews mandate

MacDonald, LA9; Mitchelson, LA9

Review recommendations to Ombudsman

Faurschou, LA16; MacDonald, LA16

Role clarification

MacDonald, LA10; Mitchelson, LA10

Special investigation reviews

Gerrard, LA19–20; Kocsis, LA11–12, LA20; MacDonald, LA11, LA13; Mitchelson, LA11–12, LA13

Staffing requirements

MacDonald, LA8; Mitchelson, LA8

Chomiak, Hon. Dave (Kildonan) N.D.P.

[Bill 50]

Amendments

Clause 4; defeated, HR19

Thompson Nickel Belt Sustainability Act

[Bill 50]

Amendments

Clause 2, HR19; defeated, HR19

Clause 3, HR19; defeated, HR19

Clause 4, HR19; defeated, HR19

Chorney, Doug (Keystone Agricultural Producers)

Hog industry

Expansion moratorium, SED123

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED121–122

Citizenship ceremonies. See Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Citizenship Ceremonies)

City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Historic Property Designations)

[Bill 5]

Opening remarks

Briese, SED9; Lemieux, SED9

Written submissions

Tugwell, SED12

City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Winnipeg Police Service Auxiliary Cadets)

[Bill 2]

Cadet responsibilities

Gerrard, JU5–6; Goertzen, JU6; Swan, JU5–6

Opening remarks

Goertzen, JU5; Swan, JU5

Civil Service Super­annuation and Related Amendments Act

[Bill 44]

Amendments

Schedule B, clauses 1-56

Wowchuk, HR89; defeated, HR89

Title

Wowchuk, HR89; passed, HR89

Motion to reprint the Bill as amended

Wowchuk, HR89–90; passed, HR90, HR96

Opening remarks

Stefanson, HR88; Wowchuk, HR87–88

Clarke, Pauline (Winnipeg School Division)

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Mandatory school-age attendance, SED106

Public presentation, SED106

Clarkson, John (Innovation, Energy and Mines Department)

Audit of the Public Accounts, March 31, 2010, Auditor General's report

Volumes 1-4

Opening remarks, PA91–92

Business Transformation and Technology

Applications and server consolidation assessments, PA95

Departmental consultations, PA95

Risk-management policy framework timeline, PA92–93

Service Manitoba amalgamation, PA93–94

Follow-up of Previously Issued Recommendations–A Review, March 2010, Auditor's General report

Information Technology Organization–Section 22, Computer Security Incident Response Capability–Section 23

Opening remarks, PA24

Information Technology Organization

Computer security intrusions, PA29–30

Performance measurement system, PA25–26

Recommendations implementation timelines, PA26–30

Risk management policy, PA29–31

Climate change initiatives

Budgeting for Outcomes pilot program

Drieger, PA57–58; Eliasson, PA55, PA57–58; Meier, PA56; Stefanson, PA55

Departmental partners

Driedger, PA63; Meier, PA63

ecoTrust project funding

Brick, PA69; Eliasson, PA59; Meier, PA69; Pedersen, PA59

Hybrid vehicle rebate program

Driedger, PA62–63; Meier, PA62–63

Inventory reports timeline

Meier, PA65–66; Stefanson, PA65

Program evaluations

Eliasson, PA56; Stefanson, PA56

Public education

Brick, PA57; Meier, PA57

Climate Friendly Woodlot Practices program

Funding

Brick, PA66; Meier, PA66, PA69; Pedersen, PA69

Cobb, Donald (Lake Winnipeg Foundation)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Written submission, SED189–190

Collins, Heather (Department of National Defence)

Canadian Armed Forces

Municipal role (Winnipeg), PB4

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Expanded Grounds for Early Termination)

[Bill 217]

Public presentation, PB3–4

Comack, Tim (Ventura Land Company)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer consultations, lack of, HR80

Home purchase costs, effect on, HR79

Public presentation, HR78–79

Condominium Act and Amendments Respecting Condominium Conversions (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 40]

Amendments

Clause 185(3)(b)

Mackintosh, SED72; Pedersen, SED72; passed, SED72

Consultations

Pedersen, SED43; Squire, SED44

Opening remarks

Mackintosh, SED71; Pedersen, SED71

Public presentations

Boisvert, SED42–43; Petrinka, SED44–46; Squire, SED42–43

Rental property shortage, impact on

Gerrard, SED44; Pedersen, SED44; Squire, SED44

Conservation Department

Climate change planning budget integration

Eliasson, PA55; Stefanson, PA54

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Cell Phone Contracts)

[Bill 35]

Contract termination fees

Borotsik, SED39–40; Pedersen, SED40; Sheperd, SED39–40

Opening remarks

Pedersen, SED69

Public presentations

Desorcy, SED37–39; Sheperd, SED37–39

Written submissions

Brazil, SED83–85; Engelhart, SED86–89; Hay, SED85–86; Lord, SED82–83

Consumer Rights Day Act

[Bill 204]

Opening remarks

Braun, PB5–6; Goertzen, PB6

Public presentations

Desorcy, PB4–5

Cooperatives Amendment Act

[Bill 17]

Public presentations

Gendron, SED35; Goussaert, SED34; Rothney, SED36–37

Correctional services

Youth special programming

Faurschou, LA16; Kocsis, LA16–17

Courcelles, Cheryl Kennedy (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED147–149

Cox, Rob (Central Park Residents Association)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Personal security concerns, HR58–59

Public presentation, HR58–59

Criminal property forfeiture. See Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Amendment and Criminal Property Forfeiture Act

Cullen, Cliff (Turtle Mountain) P.C.

Education system

Mandatory school-age attendance, SED106

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Local product development, CC13

Vendor distance requirements, CC12

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Claim adjuster decision processes, CC64–65

Driver testing, rural service availability, CC63–64

Five-year renewal broker industry concerns, CC52

Immobilizer program, emergency vehicles, CC73–74

Motorcycle insurance registration, CC73

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Amendments

Clause 9, subsection 259.1(3), SED113; passed, SED114

Workers Compensation Board

Appeal Commission case statistics, CC121–123

Injured workers, payment timelines, CC133

Medical review panel reviews, CC123

Operating expenditures against revenue, CC134

Public evaluation and opinions, CC133

Curry, Fred (Private Citizen)

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Public presentation, SED67–68

 

 

Dahl, Cam (Manitoba Beef Producers)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Cattle producers, impact on, SED128–129

Public presentation, SED126–128

Davidson, Chuck (Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce)

Retail Businesses Holiday Closing Amendment Act

[Bill 4]

Implementation timeline, SED4

Public presentation, SED2–3

Defibrillator Public Access Act

[Bill 20]

Hospital use

Bayles, HR10; Driedger, HR10

Opening remarks

Oswald, HR21; Rowat, HR21–22

Public presentations

Bayles, HR8–9

Public training and education

Bayles, HR9; Oswald, HR9

Written submissions

Possia, HR23

Delong, Jeannette (Abilities Manitoba)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR38–39

Timeline for full accessibility, HR38–39

Derkach, Leonard (Russell) P.C.

Manitoba Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Act

[Bill 27]

Amendments

Clause 1, subamendment, HR96–97; defeated, HR97

Opening remarks, HR90–91

Points of order

P/O by Derkach requesting consideration of Bill 27 be postponed for a few minutes, HR87

P/O by Wowchuk requesting clarification of scope of questions

Chairperson's ruling (Derkach), PA33

Derksen, Jim (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Building code amendments, HR50

Public presentation, HR49–50

Desorcy, Gloria (Consumers' Association of Canada, Manitoba Branch)

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Cell Phone Contracts)

[Bill 35]

Public presentation, SED37–39

Consumer Rights Day Act

[Bill 204]

Public presentation, PB4–5

Doak, Grant (Family Services and Consumer Affairs Department)

Report to the Legislative Assembly: Performance Audits–December 2010

Chapter 3: Special Audit: Society for Manitobans with Disabilities, Auditor General's report

Opening remarks, PA76–78

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities

Administrative costs, PA78

Complaint investigations, PA79

Departmental lack of trust, PA82

Front-line services evaluation, PA86

Fund transfer protocols, PA81

Funding sources, PA80

Report recommendations implementation (2005), PA85–86

Service purchase agreements, PA79, PA87

SMD Alliance

Financial records, PA82

Management performance evaluations, PA83

Surplus limitations, PA79–80, PA87

Dobrowolski, Doug (Association of Manitoba Municipalities)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Written submission, HR99

DPIN. See Drug Program Information Network (DPIN)

Driedger, Myrna (Charleswood) P.C.

Addictions treatment

Wait times, SED21

Climate change initiatives

Driedger, Myrna (Charleswood) P.C.–Continued

Budgeting for Outcomes pilot program, PA57–58

Departmental partners, PA63

Hybrid vehicle rebate program, PA62–63

Defibrillator Public Access Act

[Bill 20]

Hospital use, HR10

Drug Program Information Network (DPIN)

Physicians' access, PA45, SED18–19

Recommendations implementation timeline, PA45

Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Day Act

[Bill 21]

Opening remarks, HR22

Oxycontin prescriptions

Increase, SED15–16

Pharmacare formulary, SED21

Pharmacare Program

Cost driver analysis, PA41

Drug formulary review program, PA42

First Nations prescription drug monitoring, SED16–17

Growth increase statistics, PA40

Legislation compliance status, PA45

Performance measurement systems, PA41, PA43

Prescription monitoring, PA43–44

Reform implementation, PA40

Utilization Management Agreement, cost benefit analysis, PA 46

Prescription Drugs Cost Assistance Amendment Act (Prescription Drug Monitoring and Miscellaneous Amendments)

[Bill 14]

Advisory committee members and duties, SED16–18

Inappropriate prescribing by physicians, SED15

Monitoring enforcement, SED18

Physician consultations, SED14

Monitored drug lists, SED17

Regional Health Authorities Amendment Act (Accountability and Transparency)

[Bill 38]

Opening remarks, HR22–23

Regional Health Authorities Amendment Act (Mammography Accreditation)

[Bill 205]

Amendments

Clause 2, section 28.1, PB9; passed, PB9

Clause 4, PB9; passed, PB9

Opening remarks, PB9

Sexual Assault Awareness Month Act

[Bill 222]

Opening remarks, PB13

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

Headquarters tendering process, PA5–6

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority–Administration of the Value-Added Policy, May 2010, Auditor General's report

Brown envelope, use of term, PA3

Capital project tendering policy, PA5

Comparison of bids, PA3

Policy elimination, PA3–4

Product and equipment, verification of receipt, PA7

Product Review Evaluation Standardization committee members, PA4

Restricted funding allocation, PA12–13

Value adds, management approval, PA5

Vendor payments, public disclosure, PA7

Driver's licences, enhanced

Costs

McLaren, CC59; Swan, CC60; Taillieu, CC59–60

Drug Program Information Network (DPIN)

Physicians' access

Driedger, PA45, SED18–19; Oswald, SED18–19; Sussman, PA45–46

Recommendations implementation timeline

Driedger, PA45; Sussman, PA45

Dyck, Peter George (Pembina) P.C.

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Citizenship Ceremonies)

[Bill 10]

Ceremony importance, SED7

Opening remarks, SED9

Essential Services (Health Care) and Related Amendments Act

[Bill 32]

Amendments

Clause 3(1)(a), SED115; passed, SED115

 

 

Eadie, Ross (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Building code amendments, HR48–49

Business accessibility standards, HR48

Community housing availability, HR49

Public presentation, HR47–49

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED183–185

Education system

Grade level promotion policies

Goertzen, SED100–101; Hrynyk, SED105; Martens, SED93; O'Leary, SED97; Olson, SED98

Mandatory school-age attendance

Cullen, SED106; Hrynyk, SED104; Martens, SED93; O'Leary, SED96

Professional development days standardization

Hrynyk, SED105; Martens, SED94; Olson, SED99–100

Standardized report cards

Hrynyk, SED105; Martens, SED93; Olson, SED98–99

Student attendance rate enforcement

Hrynyk, SED104–105; O'Leary, SED97

Eliasson, Hugh (Entrepreneurship, Training and Trade Department)

Manitoba Development Corporation

Loan conditions (City of Winnipeg), PA102–103

Venture capital funds, PA106–107, PA109

Manitoba Industrial Opportunities Program

Loan business plan requirements, PA105, PA106–107

Loan criteria and approvals, PA103–106

Loan employment criteria, PA108

Loan writeoffs, PA104–105, PA109

Radisson Hecla Island Resort receivership, PA108

Eliasson, Hugh (Entrepreneurship, Training and Trade Department) –Continued

Report to the Legislative Assembly: Performance Audits–December 2010

Chapter 2: Economic Development Loans and Investments under The Development Corporation Act, Auditor General's report

Opening remarks, PA102

Eliasson, Hugh (Finance Department)

Audit of the Public Accounts, March 31, 2010, Auditor General's report

Volumes 1-4

Crown corporations fourth-quarter reviews, PA100

Opening remarks, PA96–97

Publication release dates, PA98–101

Quarterly reporting inconsistencies, PA99–100

Supplementary audit report requirements, PA100–101

Balanced budget legislation

Budgeted expenditures adherence, PA99

Climate change initiatives

Budgeting for Outcomes pilot program, PA55, PA57–58

ecoTrust project funding, PA59

Program evaluations, PA56

Conservation Department

Climate change planning budget integration, PA55

Report to the Legislative Assembly: Performance Audits–December 2010

Chapter 1: Managing Climate Change, Auditor General's report

Opening remarks, PA54

Employment and Income Assistance Amendment and Highway Traffic Amendment Act

[Bill 49]

Opening remarks

Swan, HR92

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act

[Bill 23]

Opening remarks

Howard, SED114–115

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Citizenship Ceremonies)

[Bill 10]

Ceremony importance

Brick, SED8; Dyck, SED7; Gerrard, SED7; Glogowski, SED7–8; Howard, SED7

Opening remarks

Dyck, SED9; Howard, SED9

Public presentations

Glogowski, SED6–7

Engelhart, Kenneth G. (Rogers Communication)

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Cell Phone Contracts)

[Bill 35]

Written submission, SED86–89

Essential Services (Health Care) and Related Amendments Act

[Bill 32]

Amendments

Clause 3(1)(a)

Dyck, SED115; Howard, SED115; passed, SED115

Opening remarks

Howard, SED115

 

 

Fahr, Johnathan (Fahr Group)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer consultations, lack of, HR77

Public presentation, HR77

Falconer, Patrick (Barrier-Free Manitoba)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR35–37

Timeline for full accessibility, HR37

Faurschou, David (Portage la Prairie) P.C.

Child and Family Services agencies

Age of majority care extensions, LA17–18

Children's Advocate office

Review recommendations to Ombudsman, LA16

Correctional services

Youth special programming, LA16

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Residential youth care programs, LA17

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Sponsorship decision responsibility, CC16

Vendor expansions and renovations, CC14–15

Vendor product lines, CC15

Vendor registration and licence applications, CC13–14

Polar Bear Protection Amendment Act (International Polar Bear Conservation Centre)

[Bill 7]

Committee member appointments, JU2

Implementation delays, JU4

Fefchak, John (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Written submission, SED193

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Residential youth care programs

Faurschou, LA17; Kocsis, LA17

Screening processes

Gerrard, LA20; Kocsis, LA20

Fielding, Scott (City of Winnipeg)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED163–165

Waste-water treatment plants

Update requirements (Winnipeg), SED163–164

Firefighters and Paramedics Arbitration Amendment Act

[Bill 15]

Opening remarks

Howard, SED114

Flaten, Don (National Centre for Livestock and the Environment)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED160–161

Flooding (Lake Winnipeg)

First Nations communities, impact on

Shannacappo, SED220

Water management plans

McIvor, SED181–182

Follow-up of Previously Issued Recommendations–A Review, March 2010, Auditor's General report

Audit of the Pharmacare Program–Section 16

Opening remarks

Sussman, PA39–40

Information Technology Organization–Section 22, Computer Security Incident Response Capability–Section 23

Opening remarks

Bellringer, PA24; Clarkson, PA24

Review of the Workers Compensation Board–Section 26

Opening remarks

Sexsmith, PA31–32

Forestry industry

Carbon sequestration monitoring

Gerrard, PA67–68; Meier, PA67–68

Forrest, Alex (United Fire Fighters of Winnipeg)

Workers Compensation Amendment Act

[Bill 6]

Firefighter coverage

Breast cancer inclusion, SED28

Volunteers, SED29

Public presentation, SED25–27

Foster care system

Case planning

MacDonald, LA10; Mitchelson, LA10

Departmental responsibility

MacDonald, LA10; Mitchelson, LA9–10

Family concerns

Kocsis, LA9; Mitchelson, LA9

Frain, Jennifer (New Directions for Children, Youth, Adults and Families)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR46–47

Workplace accessibility, HR46

 

 

Gendron, Danny (CDEM)

Cooperatives Amendment Act

[Bill 17]

Public presentation, SED35

Gerrard, Hon. Jon (River Heights) Lib.

Alternative energy

Wind power subsidies, CC109

Canadian Red Cross

RespectED program, SED112

Child and Family Services agencies

Adoption rates and process, LA19

Children-in-care

Fatalities, LA18

Increase, LA19

Suicide rates, LA18–20

Children's Advocate office

Special investigation reviews, LA19–20

City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Winnipeg Police Service Auxiliary Cadets)

[Bill 2]

Cadet responsibilities, JU5–6

Condominium Act and Amendments Respecting Condominium Conversions (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 40]

Rental property shortage, impact on, SED44

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Citizenship Ceremonies)

 [Bill 10]

Ceremony importance, SED7

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Screening processes, LA20

Forestry industry

Carbon sequestration monitoring, PA67–68

Greenhouse gas emissions

Air source heat pump technology, PA67

Biofuel initiatives, PA66

Cap-and-trade consultations, PA66

Carbon-neutral government air travel, PA68–69

Coal carbon tax, impact on, PA59

Industrial process section, PA68

Large emitter reductions, PA66

Hog industry

Confinement systems, SED213

Lake Winnipeg

Oxygen depletion, SED144

Phosphorus levels, SED144

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Licencing regulations, SED56, SED60

Social closing time concerns, SED65–66

Manitoba Hydro

Coal-powered generating station closure, PA67

Export sales, extraprovincial, CC108

Gas price increase, CC108–109

Lake water level controls, CC110

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Underwater location, CC107

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

AIR MILES program, CC17–18

Alcohol education programs, CC16–17

Polar Bear Protection Amendment Act (International Polar Bear Conservation Centre)

[Bill 7]

Research funding, JU3

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Home-school concerns, SED108

Providence College and Theological Seminary Incorporation Amendment Act

[Bill 30]

Opening remarks, PB9

Public Schools Amendment Act (Reporting Bullying and Other Harm)

[Bill 28]

Bullying definitions, SED103

Retail Businesses Holiday Closing Amendment Act

[Bill 4]

Municipal decisions, SED6

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities

Administrative costs, PA78

Special Audit: Rural Municipality of La Broquerie, March 2008, Auditor General's report

Community development corporation issues, PA19–21

Recommendations implementation, PA20

Trees for Tomorrow program, PA67

Waste-water treatment plants

Update requirements (Winnipeg), SED167–168

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority–Administration of the Value-Added Policy, May 2010, Auditor General's report

Base purchase contracts, value-add amounts, PA9

Baxter Corporation contract details, PA11

Mead Johnson contract details, PA9–10

Restricted funding allocation, PA11

Scope of audit, PA9

Wuskwatim Generating Station

Project and cost update, CC108

Glogowski, Sergio (Manitoba Ethnocultural Advisory and Advocacy Council)

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Citizenship Ceremonies)

[Bill 10]

Ceremony importance, SED7–8

Public presentation, SED6–7

Goertzen, Kelvin (Steinbach) P.C.

Child Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking Act

[Bill 29]

Minimum damage compensation, JU18

Opening remarks, JU17

Third-party application clarification, JU17–18

City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Winnipeg Police Service Auxiliary Cadets)

[Bill 2]

Cadet responsibilities, JU6

Opening remarks, JU5

Consumer Rights Day Act

[Bill 204]

Opening remarks, PB6

Education system

Grade level promotion policies, SED100–101

Highway Traffic Amendment Act

[Bill 18]

Opening remarks, JU14

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Accident Reporting Requirements)

[Bill 37]

Accident reporting, domestic animal collisions, JU22–23

Accident reporting, passenger responsibilities, JU21–22

Opening remarks, JU21

Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Amendment Act

[Bill 25]

Opening remarks, JU16

Justice for Victims of Child Pornography Act

[Bill 205]

Opening remarks, PB10

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Benefit elimination for auto thieves, JU20

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Amendment Act

[Bill 31]

Opening remarks, JU20–21

Ombudsman reappointment recommendations

Motion to reappoint Irene Hamilton, LA2

Oxycontin prescriptions

Pharmacy availability and staff safety, SED19–20

Providence College and Theological Seminary Incorporation Amendment Act

 [Bill 30]

Opening remarks, PB8

Provincial Court Amendment Act (Senior Judges)

[Bill 19]

Opening remarks, JU15–16

Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Amendment and Criminal Property Forfeiture Act

[Bill 16]

Opening remarks, JU13

Winnipeg Foundation Amendment Act

[Bill 300]

Opening remarks, PB14

Gold, Marty (Private Citizen)

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Property vicinity control definition, SED64–65

Public presentation, SED61–64

Social closing time concerns, SED65–66

Goussaert, Vera (Manitoba Cooperative Association)

Cooperatives Amendment Act

[Bill 17]

Public presentation, SED34

Gray, John E. (Canadian Medical Protective Association)

Prescription Drugs Cost Assistance Amendment Act (Prescription Drug Monitoring and Miscellaneous Amendments)

[Bill 14]

Written submission, SED22–23

Graydon, Cliff (Emerson) P.C.

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

AIR MILES program, CC11

Facility lease costs, CC11–12

Grocery store vendors, CC19

Photo identification program, CC10–11

Rural vendor supplier programs, CC9, CC11

Social event fee structure, CC12

Sponsorship decision responsibility, CC12

Vendor distance requirements, CC18–19

Vendor product lines, CC19

Vendor registration and licence applications, CC9–10

Manitoba Lotteries Corporation

Casino food and beverage services, CC36

MLC Holdings Inc. capital assets, CC34–35

Video lottery terminal rural distribution policies, CC36–38

Greenhouse gas emissions

Agricultural industry, impact on

Meier, PA62; Pedersen, PA62

Agricultural industry, soil emissions and manure management

Meier, PA62; Pedersen, PA62

Air source heat pump technology

Gerrard, PA67; Meier, PA67

Biofuel initiatives

Gerrard, PA66; Meier, PA66

Cap-and-trade consultations

Gerrard, PA66; Meier, PA66

Carbon-neutral government air travel

Gerrard, PA68–69; Meier, PA69

Coal carbon tax, impact on

Gerrard, PA59; Meier, PA60

Industrial process section

Gerrard, PA68; Meier, PA68

Kyoto target adherence

Brick, PA56; Meier, PA56

Large emitter reductions

Gerrard, PA66; Meier, PA66

Manitoba Hydro export sales impact

Meier, PA70; Pedersen, PA70

Mining industry, smelter closures impact

Meier, PA70; Pedersen, PA70

Reduction targets

Bellringer, PA63; Meier, PA60–61, PA63–64; Pedersen, PA60; Stefanson, PA63–64

Trucking industry, financial assistance

Meier, PA61–62; Pedersen, PA61–62

Grieving Families Protection Act

[Bill 39]

Opening remarks

Schuler, SED70

 

 

Hawranik, Gerald (Lac du Bonnet) P.C.

Legal Aid Manitoba Amendment Act

[Bill 8]

Opening remarks, SED10

Summary Convictions Amendment Act

[Bill 9]

Opening remarks, SED11

Hay, Derek (Private Citizen)

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Cell Phone Contracts)

[Bill 35]

Written submission, SED85–86

Helgason, Laurie (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Community housing availability, HR51

Public presentation, HR51

Highway Traffic Amendment Act

[Bill 18]

Amendments

Clause 3

Swan, JU14–15; passed, JU15

Opening remarks

Goertzen, JU14; Swan, JU13–14

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Accident Reporting Requirements)

[Bill 37]

Accident reporting, domestic animal collisions

Goertzen, JU22–23; Swan, JU22–23

Accident reporting, passenger responsibilities

Goertzen, JU21–22; Swan, JU22

Opening remarks

Goertzen, JU21; Swan, JU21

Public presentations

Atkinson, JU10–11

Hildahl, Ken (Manitoba Liquor Control Commission)

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Advertising and promotion expenditures, CC6

AIR MILES program, CC11, CC17–18

Alcohol delivery services, CC8

Alcohol education programs, CC16–17

Beer prices and consumption, CC5

ChangeMakers agency contract, CC7

Collective bargaining agreements, CC6

Community support expenditures, CC6–7

Contract tenders process, CC7

Facility lease costs, CC11–12

Grocery store vendors, CC19

Limousine licencing regulations, CC7–8

Local product development, CC13

Photo identification program, CC10–11

Rural vendor discount percentages, CC20

Rural vendor supplier programs, CC9, CC11

Salary and benefit expenditure increases, CC3–4

Social event fee structure, CC12

Sponsorship decision responsibility, CC12, CC16

Staffing increase, CC4–5

Vendor distance requirements, CC12–13, CC18–19

Vendor expansions and renovations, CC14–15

Vendor product lines, CC15, CC19

Vendor registration and licence applications, CC10, CC13–14

Historic property designations. See City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Historic Property Designations)

Hodgins, Winston (Manitoba Lotteries Corporation)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Report availability, CC39

Manitoba Gaming Control Commission fees, CC26

Manitoba Lotteries Corporation

Canadian Museum for Human Rights, donations to, CC26

Casino food and beverage services, CC36

Casino revenues, CC30–31

Consultant costs, CC34

Government payments allocation, CC27–28

Loan arrangement details and servicing costs, CC33–34

MLC Holdings Inc. capital assets, CC34–35

Responsible gaming accreditation, CC39

Responsible gaming council recommendations, CC38

Responsible gaming policy and strategy, CC39, CC40–42

Revenue projections, CC26, CC32

Roll Together advertising campaign, CC43

Spirit Sands Casino, involvement in, CC42

Sponsorship criteria, CC42

Stakeholders, contributions to, CC28–29

Union contract agreements, CC26–27

Video lottery terminal games integrity testing, CC30

Video lottery terminal revenues and programs, CC29

Video lottery terminal rural distribution policies, CC36

Voluntary Exclusion Program, CC38

Winnipeg Police Services, contribution to, CC27

Hog industry

Confinement systems

Burns, SED153; Gerrard, SED213; McDonald, SED212–213

Expansion moratorium

Chorney, SED123; Struthers, SED122–123

Manure management, winter spreading regulations

Blaikie, SED209; Kynoch, SED210; Newton, SED130

Hominuk, Darell (Multiple Sclerosis Society of Manitoba)

Caregiver Recognition Act

[Bill 42]

Advisory committee formation, HR14

Public presentation, HR12–14

Taxation, Primary Caregiver Tax Credit, HR13

Howard, Hon. Jennifer (Fort Rouge) N.D.P.

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Amendments

Clause 7(1)(a), HR93; passed, HR93

Preamble, HR93; passed, HR93

Opening remarks, HR93

Timeline for full accessibility, HR37

Tourism, accessibility impact, HR30–31

Children's Advocate office

Appointment recommendations

Motion to advise Speaker and MLAs once offer has been accepted, LA3

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act

[Bill 23]

Opening remarks, SED114–115

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Citizenship Ceremonies)

[Bill 10]

Ceremony importance, SED7

Opening remarks, SED9

Essential Services (Health Care) and Related Amendments Act

[Bill 32]

Amendments

Clause 3(1)(a), SED115; passed, SED115

Opening remarks, SED115

Firefighters and Paramedics Arbitration Amendment Act

[Bill 15]

Opening remarks, SED114

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Costs estimates update, CC94–95

Motion to permit public presentations on Bipole III in special committee meeting, CC100–101

Ombudsman reappointment recommendations

Motion to reappoint Irene Hamilton, LA2

Pension Benefits Amendment Act

[Bill 33]

Opening remarks, SED116

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer consultations, lack of, HR67

Points of order

P/O by McFadyen requesting that public presentations to standing committee be allowed on short notice, CC100

Retail Businesses Holiday Closing Amendment Act

[Bill 4]

Implementation timeline, SED4

Opening remarks, SED8

Small business, impact on, SED6

Workers Compensation Amendment Act

[Bill 6]

Firefighter coverage, breast cancer inclusion, SED28–29

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (Presumption re OFC Personnel)

[Bill 34]

Opening remarks, SED114

Workers Compensation Board

Opening remarks, CC114

Hrynyk, Suzanne (Winnipeg School Division)

Education system

Grade level promotion policies, SED105

Mandatory school-age attendance, SED104

Professional development days standardization, SED105

Standardized report cards, SED105

Student attendance rate enforcement, SED104–105

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Public presentation, SED104–106

School divisions

Day-care capital funding responsibility, SED105

Human trafficking. See Child Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking Act

Information Technology Organization

Computer security intrusions

Borotsik, PA30; Clarkson, PA29–30; Stefanson, PA29

Performance measurement system

Borotsik, PA25–26; Clarkson, PA25–26

Recommendations implementation timelines

Borotsik, PA30; Clarkson, PA26–30; Stefanson, PA26–29

Risk management policy

Clarkson, PA29–31; Stefanson, PA29, PA31

 

 

Innovation Funding Act

[Bill 24]

Opening remarks

Bjornson, HR20

Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Amendment Act

[Bill 25]

Opening remarks

Goertzen, JU16; Swan, JU16

Irvin-Ross, Hon. Kerri (Fort Garry) N.D.P.

Children's Advocate office

Appointment recommendations

Irvin-Ross, Hon. Kerri (Fort Garry) N.D.P. –Continued

Motion to advise Speaker and MLAs once offer has been accepted, LA2

 

Jha, Bidhu (Radisson) N.D.P.

Business Transformation and Technology

Service Manitoba amalgamation, PA93

Manitoba Development Corporation

Venture capital funds, PA106

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities

SMD Alliance, management performance evaluations, PA82–83

Jocelyn, Scott (Manitoba Restaurant and Food Services Association)

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Brew pub licencing concerns, SED51–52

Property vicinity control definition, SED52

Public presentation, SED50–51

Justice for Victims of Child Pornography Act

[Bill 205]

Amendments

Clause 2

Swan, PB11; passed, PB11

Clause 5

Swan, PB11; passed, PB12

Clause 8(2)(a)

Swan, PB12; passed, PB13

Opening remarks

Goertzen, PB10; Swan, PB10–11

Keeyask Generating Station

Economic benefits

Brennan, CC96; Martindale, CC96

Transmission capacity

Brennan, CC87–88; McFadyen, CC87

Keirstead, Paula (Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Council member selection, HR42–43

Public presentation, HR41–43

Klein, Jerry (GenStar Development Company)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer consultations, lack of, HR77–78

Public presentation, HR77–78

Kocsis, Bonnie (Deputy Children's Advocate)

Child and Family Services agencies

Children-in-care

Fatalities, LA18

Suicide rates, LA13–14, LA18–20

Child and Family Services Information System

Agency use, LA15

Children's Advocate office

Special investigation reviews, LA11–12, LA20

Correctional services

Youth special programming, LA16–17

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Residential youth care programs, LA17

Screening processes, LA20

Foster care system, family concerns, LA9

Konyk, Nadine (Private Citizen)

Caregiver Recognition Act

[Bill 42]

Public presentation, HR16–17

Kreutzer, Gail (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Written submission, SED191–192

Kristjanson, Robert (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED136–137

Waste-water treatment plants

Update requirements (Winnipeg), SED137

Kristofferson, Allan (Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium)

Lake Winnipeg

Oxygen depletion, SED144–145

Phosphorus levels, SED144

Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium, SED143

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED142–144

Kunkel, Gus (Providence College and Seminary)

Providence College and Theological Seminary Incorporation Amendment Act

[Bill 30]

Public presentation, PB2

Kynoch, Karl (Manitoba Pork Council)

Hog industry

Manure management, winter spreading regulations, SED210

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED206–209

Repeal, SED210

Written submission, SED194–198

La Broquerie. See Special Audit: Rural Municipality of La Broquerie, March 2008, Auditor General's report

Lake Winnipeg

Nitrogen removal

Blaikie, SED152; Melnick, SED153; Pip, SED152–153

Oxygen depletion

Gerrard, SED144; Kristofferson, SED144–145

Phosphorus levels

Gerrard, SED144; Kristofferson, SED144

Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium

Kristofferson, SED143

Leclerc, Jeff (University of Manitoba)

Universitι de Saint-Boniface Act

[Bill 26]

Public presentation, HR3–4

Legal Aid Manitoba Amendment Act

[Bill 8]

Opening remarks

Hawranik, SED10; Swan, SED10

Lemieux, Hon. Ron (La Verendrye) N.D.P.

City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Historic Property Designations)

[Bill 5]

Opening remarks, SED9

Planning Amendment Act

[Bill 30]

Opening remarks, SED30

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Amendments

Clause 14, HR96; passed, HR96

Clause 2, HR95; passed, HR95

Clause 5, HR95; passed, HR95

Clause 7, HR96; passed, HR96

Developer consultations, lack of, HR80

Home purchase costs, effect on, HR76

Opening remarks, HR94

Lepofsky, David (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR28–30

Timeline for full accessibility, HR29

Tourism, accessibility impact, HR30

Lescyshyn, Joe (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Written submission, SED198–199

Letkeman, Janet (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR444–45

Transportation concerns, HR44

Lipsett, Edward H. (Private Citizen)

Universitι de Saint-Boniface Act

[Bill 26]

Written submission, HR23–24

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Amendments

Clause 18.1

Mackintosh, SED75; passed, SED78

Clause 19

Mackintosh, SED75; passed, SED75

Boutique store regulations

Borotsik, SED49, SED58–59, SED73–74; Mackintosh, SED61, SED74–75; Marling, SED56; McInnes, SED49

Brew pub licencing concerns

Borotsik, SED51, SED56; Jocelyn, SED51–52; Marling, SED56

Consultations

Borotsik, SED53; Razik, SED53

Independent wine stores expansions

Borotsik, SED53; Razik, SED53

Licenced premises, safety evaluations

Borotsik, SED75–77; Mackintosh, SED75–78; Mitchelson, SED77

Licencing regulations

Baker, SED60; Gerrard, SED56, SED60; Marling, SED56–57

Opening remarks

Borotsik, SED73–74; Mackintosh, SED73

Outlet expansion locations

Baker, SED60; Borotsik, SED59–60

Property vicinity control definition

Borotsik, SED52, SED56, SED64–65, SED73; Gold, SED64–65; Jocelyn, SED52; Mackintosh, SED74; Marling, SED56

Public presentations

Baker, SED57–58; Curry, SED67–68; Gold, SED61–64; Jocelyn, SED50–51; Marling, SED53–55; McInnes, SED47–49; Razik, SED52–53

Restaurant patrons, outside wine purchases

Borotsik, SED56; Marling, SED56

Social closing time concerns

Borotsik, SED65; Gerrard, SED65–66; Gold, SED65–66

Loewen, Ingrid (Manitoba Liquor Control Commission)

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Salary and benefit expenditure increases, CC4

Lord, Bernard (Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association)

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Cell Phone Contracts)

[Bill 35]

Written submission, SED82–83

MacDonald, Darlene (Children's Advocate)

Child and Family Services agencies

Adoption rates and process, LA19

Children-in-care increase, LA19

Risk assessment tools, LA10–11

Staff turnover, LA16

Children's Advocate office

Annual report for fiscal years ending March 31, 2009 and March 31, 2010 (combined years)

Opening remarks, LA7–8

Child Protection Branch co-operation, LA13–15

Phoenix Sinclair death, intervener status, LA16

Review recommendations to Ombudsman, LA16

Special investigation reviews, LA11, LA13

Staffing requirements, LA8

Foster care system

Case planning, LA10

Departmental responsibility, LA10

Mackay, David (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED179–180

Mackintosh, Hon. Gord (St. Johns) N.D.P.

Child and Family Services agencies

Age of majority care extensions, LA11, LA18

Child and Family Services Information System

Agency use, LA15

Children's Advocate office

Annual report for fiscal years ending March 31, 2009 and March 31, 2010 (combined years)

Opening remarks, LA5–7

Phone call increase, LA8–9

Report reviews mandate, LA9

Role clarification, LA10

Condominium Act and Amendments Respecting Condominium Conversions (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 40]

Amendments

Clause 185(3)(b), SED72; passed, SED72

Opening remarks, SED71

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Amendments

Clause 18.1, SED75; passed, SED78

Clause 19, SED75; passed, SED75

Boutique store regulations, SED61, SED74–75

Licenced premises, safety evaluations, SED75–78

Opening remarks, SED73

Property vicinity control definition, SED74

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Annual report for the year ending March 2010

Opening remarks, CC1–3

Real Property Amendment Act

[Bill 43]

Amendments

Clause 17, subsection 72(2), SED79; passed, SED79

Clause 17, subsection 72(4), SED80; passed, SED80

Clause 17, subsection 72.5(3), SED79–80; passed, SED80

Clause 17, subsection 72.7(2)(c), SED80; passed, SED81

Clause 17, subsection 72.7(3), SED81; passed, SED81

Clause 44, SED81; passed, SED81

Opening remarks, SED78

Maguire, Larry (Arthur-Virden) P.C.

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Motion to permit public presentations on Bipole III in special committee meeting, CC101

Points of order

P/O by Maguire indicating that there were still rural presenters to be called, SED215

Maintenance support orders. See Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Amendment Act

Mandzuik, Ken (Manitoba Bar Association)

Provincial Court Amendment Act (Senior Judges)

[Bill 19]

Public presentation, JU11–12

Manitoba Development Corporation

Loan conditions (City of Winnipeg)

Borotsik, PA102–103; Eliasson, PA102–103

Venture capital funds

Borotsik, PA109; Eliasson, PA106–107, PA109; Jha, PA106

Manitoba Gaming Control Commission

Fees

Hodgins, CC26; Pedersen, CC26

Manitoba Hydro

Annual report, March 31, 2008, CC77

Annual report, March 31, 2009, CC77

Annual report, March 31, 2010, CC77

Bipoles, future needs

Brennan, CC88; McFadyen, CC88

Capital construction, power sales agreements

Brennan, CC87; McFadyen, CC86–87

Coal-powered generating station closure

Gerrard, PA67; McIvor, SED182; Meier, PA67

Downtown headquarters building costs (Winnipeg)

Brennan, CC95; McFadyen, CC95

Export sales opposition (US)

Brennan, CC94; McFadyen, CC86, CC93–94; Robinson, CC89–90, CC91; Schroeder, CC86, CC89–90, CC91

Export sales, extraprovincial

Borotsik, CC104–105; Brennan, CC104–105, CC108; Gerrard, CC108

Export sales, First Nations consultations

Robinson, CC90–91; Schroeder, CC90–91

First Nations relations

Robinson, CC91; Schroeder, CC91

Gas price increase

Brennan, CC108–109; Gerrard, CC108–109

Lake water level controls

Brennan, CC110; Gerrard, CC110

Northern States Power sale agreement

Brennan, CC87; McFadyen, CC87

Opening remarks

Borotsik, CC80; Brennan, CC82–85; Schroeder, CC80–82; Wowchuk, CC77–80

Pattern Energy agreement

Brennan, CC86; McFadyen, CC86; Schroeder, CC86

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Agricultural impact

Brennan, CC103; Struthers, CC103

Community development funds use

Brennan, CC96–98; Pedersen, CC96–98

Completion service date

Brennan, CC102; Struthers, CC102

Converter capacities

Brennan, CC93; McFadyen, CC93

Converter costs

Brennan, CC93, CC110–111; McFadyen, CC93; Pedersen, CC110–111

Costs estimates update

Brennan, CC94–95; Howard, CC94–95

Environmental impact

McIvor, SED182

Export sales

Borotsik, CC103–107; Brennan, CC103–107

Farlinger draft report

Brennan, CC92–93; McFadyen, CC92–93

First Nations consultations

Brennan, CC92; McFadyen, CC91–92; Schroeder, CC91; Wowchuk, CC92

Landowner compensation

Borotsik, CC103; Brennan, CC92, CC103; McFadyen, CC92

Line reliability

Brennan, CC94; McFadyen, CC94

Minister's directive on route

McFadyen, CC88–89; Schroeder, CC88–89

Motion to permit public presentations on Bipole III in special committee meeting

Borotsik, CC101–102; Howard, CC100–101; Maguire, CC101; McFadyen, CC100; Pedersen, CC101; Robinson, CC102; defeated, CC102

Routing reports

Brennan, CC88; McFadyen, CC88

Underwater location

Brennan, CC107; Gerrard, CC107

Manitoba Industrial Opportunities Program

Loan business plan requirements

Borotsik, PA105, PA106–107; Eliasson, PA105, PA106–107

Loan criteria and approvals

Borotsik, PA103–106; Eliasson, PA103–106

Loan employment criteria

Borotsik, PA107–108; Eliasson, PA108

Loan writeoffs

Borotsik, PA104–105, PA109; Eliasson, PA104–105, PA109; Martindale, PA108–109

Radisson Hecla Island Resort receivership

Borotsik, PA108; Eliasson, PA108

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Advertising and promotion expenditures

Borotsik, CC6; Hildahl, CC6

AIR MILES program

Gerrard, CC17–18; Graydon, CC11

Hildahl, CC11, CC17–18

Alcohol delivery services

Borotsik, CC8; Hildahl, CC8

Alcohol education programs

Gerrard, CC16–17; Hildahl, CC16–17

Annual report, March 2009

passed, CC21

Annual report, March 2010

Opening remarks

Borotsik, CC3; Mackintosh, CC1–3

Beer prices and consumption

Borotsik, CC5; Hildahl, CC5

ChangeMakers agency contract

Borotsik, CC7; Hildahl, CC7

Collective bargaining agreements

Borotsik, CC5; Hildahl, CC6

Community support expenditures

Borotsik, CC6–7; Hildahl, CC6–7

Contract tenders process

Borotsik, CC7; Hildahl, CC7

Facility lease costs

Graydon, CC11–12; Hildahl, CC11–12

Grocery store vendors

Graydon, CC19; Hildahl, CC19

Limousine licencing regulations

Borotsik, CC7–8; Hildahl, CC7–8

Local product development

Cullen, CC13; Hildahl, CC13

Photo identification program

Graydon, CC10–11; Hildahl, CC10–11

Rural vendor discount percentages

Borotsik, CC20; Hildahl, CC20

Rural vendor supplier programs

Graydon, CC9, CC11; Hildahl, CC9, CC11

Salary and benefit expenditure increases

Borotsik, CC3–4; Hildahl, CC3–4; Loewen, CC4

Social event fee structure

Graydon, CC12; Hildahl, CC12

Sponsorship decision responsibility

Faurschou, CC16; Graydon, CC12; Hildahl, CC12, CC16

Staffing increase

Borotsik, CC4–5; Hildahl, CC4–5

Vendor distance requirements

Borotsik, CC19; Cullen, CC12; Graydon, CC18–19; Hildahl, CC12–13, CC18–19

Vendor expansions and renovations

Faurschou, CC14–15; Hildahl, CC14–15

Vendor product lines

Faurschou, CC15; Graydon, CC19; Hildahl, CC15, CC19

Vendor registration and licence applications

Faurschou, CC13–14; Graydon, CC9–10; Hildahl, CC10, CC13–14

Manitoba Lotteries Corporation

Annual report, March 31, 2007, CC23; passed, CC43

Annual report, March 31, 2008, CC23; passed, CC43

Annual report, March 31, 2009, CC23; passed, CC43

Annual report, March 31, 2010, CC23

Canadian Museum for Human Rights, donations to

Hodgins, CC26; Pedersen, CC26

Casino food and beverage services

Ashton, CC33; Borotsik, CC33; Graydon, CC36; Hodgins, CC36

Casino revenues

Borotsik, CC30–31; Hodgins, CC30–31

Consultant costs

Borotsik, CC34; Hodgins, CC34

Government payments allocation

Borotsik, CC27–28; Hodgins, CC27–28

Loan arrangement details and servicing costs

Borotsik, CC33–34; Hodgins, CC33–34

MLC Holdings Inc. capital assets

Graydon, CC34–35; Hodgins, CC34–35

Online gaming updates

Ashton, CC31–32; Borotsik, CC31

Opening statements

Ashton, CC24–25; Pedersen, CC25

Responsible gaming accreditation

Hodgins, CC39; Rowat, CC39

Responsible gaming council recommendations

Hodgins, CC38; Rowat, CC38

Responsible gaming policy and strategy

Hodgins, CC39, CC40–42; Rowat, CC39–41

Revenue projections

Borotsik, CC32; Hodgins, CC26, CC32; Pedersen, CC26

Roll Together advertising campaign

Hodgins, CC43; Pedersen, CC43

Spirit Sands Casino, involvement in

Hodgins, CC42; Pedersen, CC42

Sponsorship criteria

Hodgins, CC42; Pedersen, CC42

Stakeholders, contributions to

Borotsik, CC28–29; Hodgins, CC28–29

Union contract agreements

Hodgins, CC26–27; Pedersen, CC26–27

Video lottery terminal games integrity testing

Hodgins, CC30; Pedersen, CC30

Video lottery terminal revenues and programs

Borotsik, CC29; Hodgins, CC29

Video lottery terminal rural distribution policies

Ashton, CC37; Graydon, CC36–38; Hodgins, CC36

Voluntary Exclusion Program

Hodgins, CC38; Rowat, CC38

Winnipeg Police Services, contribution to

Borotsik, CC27; Hodgins, CC27

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Annual report, February 29, 2008, CC45

Annual report, February 28, 2009, CC45

Annual report, February 28, 2010, CC45

Benefit elimination for auto thieves

Goertzen, JU20

Body shop owner concerns

McLaren, CC48; Taillieu, CC48

Building sale profit use

McLaren, CC62; Taillieu, CC62

Claim adjuster decision processes

Cullen, CC64–65; McLaren, CC65

Contract employees

Borotsik, CC69; McLaren, CC69

Corporate service vision

McLaren, CC47–48; Taillieu, CC47–48

Driver education, complaints about instructors

McLaren, CC65–66, CC69–70; Taillieu, CC65–66, CC69–70

Driver medical testing

McLaren, CC66–67, CC73–74; Taillieu, CC66–67, CC73

Driver testing, rural service availability

Cullen, CC63–64; McLaren, CC63–64

EDS contract costs

McLaren, CC58, CC60; Taillieu, CC58, CC60

Employee opinion surveys

McLaren, CC63; Taillieu, CC63

Excessive claims reserve review

Borotsik, CC53–55; McLaren, CC53–55, CC75–76; Taillieu, CC75

Executive office renovation costs

McLaren, CC71–72; Taillieu, CC71–72

Executive salary increases

McLaren, CC70–71; Taillieu, CC70–71

Five-year renewal broker industry concerns

Cullen, CC52; McLaren, CC52; Taillieu, CC51

Fleet vehicle rate

McLaren, CC73; Taillieu, CC73

Freedom of Information request costs

McLaren, CC72–73; Taillieu, CC72

Immobilizer program, emergency vehicles

Cullen, CC73–74; McLaren, CC74

Information technology optimization fund

Borotsik, CC55–56; McLaren, CC55–56

Motorcycle insurance registration

Borotsik, CC57; Cullen, CC73; McLaren, CC57, CC73

Odometer rollback investigation

McLaren, CC70; Taillieu, CC70

Opening remarks

Swan, CC46; Taillieu, CC47

Outside consulting contracts

McLaren, CC60–62; Taillieu, CC60–61

Premium tax payments

Borotsik, CC67; McLaren, CC67

Public Utilities Board information requests

Borotsik, CC55; McLaren, CC55

Ratepayer rebates

Borotsik, CC53–54, CC74; McLaren, CC53–54, CC58, CC74–75; Taillieu, CC58

Seniors' benefit eligibility

McLaren, CC72; Taillieu, CC72

Service centre conversion costs

McLaren, CC50–51; Taillieu, CC50–51

Staffing

Borotsik, CC67–68; McLaren, CC49, CC63, CC67–68; Taillieu, CC49, CC62

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Amendment Act

[Bill 31]

Opening remarks

Goertzen, JU20–21; Swan, JU19

Manitoba School for the Deaf

Preservation

Momotiuk, HR33

Manitoba Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Act

[Bill 27]

Amendments

Clause 1

Wowchuk, HR91; passed, HR98

Clause 1, subamendment

Derkach, HR96–97; defeated, HR96–97

Preamble

Wowchuk, HR98; passed, HR98

Opening remarks

Derkach, HR90–91; Wowchuk, HR90

Marling, Dwayne (Canadian Restaurant and Food Services Association)

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Boutique store regulations, SED56

Brew pub licencing concerns, SED56

Licencing regulations, SED56–57

Property vicinity control definition, SED56

Public presentation, SED53–55

Restaurant patrons, outside wine purchases, SED56

Martens, Floyd (Manitoba School Boards Association)

Education system

Grade level promotion policies, SED93

Mandatory school-age attendance, SED93

Professional development days standardization, SED94

Standardized report cards, SED93

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Public presentation, SED92–94

School divisions

Day-care capital funding responsibility, SED94

Martindale, Doug (Burrows) N.D.P.

Auditor General's report, Operations of the Office, March 31, 2009

Office twinning project costs, PA49

Auto theft decrease, CC75

Keeyask Generating Station

Economic benefits, CC96

Manitoba Industrial Opportunities Program

Loan writeoffs, PA108–109

Providence College and Theological Seminary Incorporation Amendment Act

[Bill 30]

Motion that fees be refunded, PB9

Opening remarks, PB8

Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Amendment and Criminal Property Forfeiture Act

[Bill 16]

Rebuttable presumption explanation, JU13

Workers Compensation Board, board governance, PA38

Marykuca, Peter (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED124–125

McCarthy, Brendan (Transplant Manitoba)

Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Day Act

[Bill 21]

Public presentation, HR10–11

McDonald, Bill (Winnipeg Humane Society)

Hog industry

Confinement systems, SED212–213

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED212–213

McFadyen, Hugh (Fort Whyte) P.C.

Keeyask Generating Station

Transmission capacity, CC87

Manitoba Hydro

Bipoles, future needs, CC88

Capital construction, power sales agreements, CC86–87

Downtown headquarters building costs (Winnipeg), CC95

Export sales opposition (US), CC86, CC93–94

Northern States Power sale agreement, CC87

Pattern Energy agreement, CC86

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Converter capacities, CC93

Converter costs, CC93

Farlinger draft report, CC92–93

First Nations consultations, CC91–92

Landowner compensation, CC92

Line reliability, CC94

Minister's directive on route, CC88–89

Motion to permit public presentations on Bipole III in special committee meeting, CC100

Routing reports, CC88

Points of order

P/O by McFadyen requesting that public presentations to standing committee be allowed on short notice, CC100

P/O by McFadyen stating that he will give response to question on referenced letter, CC98–99

Wuskwatim Generating Station

Project and cost update, CC95–96

McFadyen, Linda (Local Government Department)

Special Audit: Rural Municipality of La Broquerie, March 2008, Auditor General's report

Community development corporation issues, PA19–20

Consultant hiring process, PA18

Consultant recommendations, municipal scope, PA17

Councillors, conflict of interest disclosures, PA17

Opening remarks, PA13

McInnes, Lanny (Retail Council of Canada)

Liquor Control Amendment Act

 [Bill 41]

Boutique store regulations, SED49

Public presentation, SED47–49

Retail Businesses Holiday Closing Amendment Act

[Bill 4]

Municipal decisions, SED6

Public presentation, SED4–5

Small business, impact on, SED6

McIntosh, Terry (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Council member selection, HR32

Public presentation, HR31–32

McIntyre, Caitlin (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED172–175

McIvor, Greg (Private Citizen)

Flooding (Lake Winnipeg)

Water management plans, SED181–182

Manitoba Hydro

Coal-powered generating station closure, SED182

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Environmental impact, SED182

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED180–183

McLaren, Marilyn (Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation)

Driver's licences, enhanced

Costs, CC59

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Body shop owner concerns, CC48

Building sale profit use, CC62

Claim adjuster decision processes, CC65

Contract employees, CC69

Corporate service vision, CC47–48

Driver education, complaints about instructors, CC65–66, CC69–70

Driver medical testing, CC66–67, CC73–74

Driver testing, rural service availability, CC63–64

EDS contract costs, CC58, CC60

Employee opinion surveys, CC63

Excessive claims reserve review, CC53–55, CC75–76

Executive office renovation costs, CC71–72

Executive salary increases, CC70–71

Five-year renewal broker industry concerns, CC52

Fleet vehicle rate, CC73

Freedom of Information request costs, CC72–73

Immobilizer program, emergency vehicles, CC74

Information technology optimization fund, CC55–56

Motorcycle insurance registration, CC57, CC73

Odometer rollback investigation, CC70

Outside consulting contracts, CC60–62

Premium tax payments, CC67

Public Uitilities Board information requests, CC55

Ratepayer rebates, CC53–54, CC58, CC74–75

Seniors' benefit eligibility, CC72

Service centre conversion costs, CC50–51

Staffing, CC49, CC63, CC67–68

McLaughlin, Les (Pollock & Wright Land Surveyors)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer consultations, lack of, HR83

Public presentation, HR81–83

Meier, Fred (Conservation Department)

Climate change initiatives

Budgeting for Outcomes pilot program, PA56

Departmental partners, PA63

ecoTrust project funding, PA69

Hybrid vehicle rebate program, PA62–63

Inventory reports timeline, PA65–66

Public education, PA57

Climate Friendly Woodlot Practices program funding, PA66, PA69

Forestry industry

Carbon sequestration monitoring, PA67–68

Greenhouse gas emissions

Agricultural industry, impact on, PA62

Agricultural industry, soil emissions and manure management, PA62

Air source heat pump technology, PA67

Biofuel initiatives, PA66

Cap-and-trade consultations, PA66

Carbon-neutral government air travel, PA69

Coal carbon tax, impact on, PA60

Industrial process section, PA68

Kyoto target adherence, PA56

Large emitter reductions, PA66

Manitoba Hydro export sales impact, PA70

Mining industry, smelter closures impact, PA70

Reduction targets, PA60–61, PA63–64

Trucking industry, financial assistance, PA61–62

Manitoba Hydro

Coal-powered generating station closure, PA67

Report to the Legislative Assembly: Performance Audits–December 2010

Chapter 1: Managing Climate Change, Auditor General's report

Opening remarks, PA52–54

Trees for Tomorrow program, PA67

Melnick, Hon. Christine (Riel) N.D.P.

Lake Winnipeg

Nitrogen removal, SED153

Waste-water treatment plants

Update requirements (Winnipeg), SED166

Mercredi, Eugennie (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED213–215

Mitchelson, Bonnie (River East) P.C.

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Opening remarks, HR93

Child and Family Services agencies

Age of majority care extensions, LA11

Children-in-care suicide rates, LA13–14

Risk assessment tools, LA10

Staff turnover, LA16

Child and Family Services Information System

Agency use, LA15

Children's Advocate office

Annual report for fiscal years ending March 31, 2009 and March 31, 2010 (combined years)

Opening remarks, LA7

Child Protection Branch co-operation, LA13–15

Phoenix Sinclair death, intervener status, LA16

Phone call increase, LA8

Report reviews mandate, LA9

Role clarification, LA10

Special investigation reviews, LA11–12, LA13

Staffing requirements, LA8

Foster care system

Case planning, LA10

Departmental responsibility, LA9–10

Family concerns, LA9

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Licenced premises, safety evaluations, SED77

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer consultations, lack of, HR81, HR83

Opening remarks, HR95

Mogilevsky, Ian (Manitoba Association of Christian Home Schools)

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Home-school concerns, SED108

Public presentation, SED107

Momotiuk, Doug (Manitoba Deaf Association)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

 [Bill 47]

Emergency services accessibility, HR33

Public presentation, HR32–34

Manitoba School for the Deaf

Preservation, HR33

Newborn hearing screening tests

Government support, HR32–33

Montpetit, Bob (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR52–53

Moore, Mike (Manitoba Homebuilders Association)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer consultations, lack of, HR75

Home purchase costs, effect on, HR76

Public presentation, HR75–76

Nevakshonoff, Thomas (Interlake) N.D.P.

Points of order

P/O by Maguire indicating that there were still rural presenters to be called

Chairperson's ruling (Nevakshonoff), SED215

Newborn hearing screening tests

Government support

Momotiuk, HR32–33; Rowat, HR33

Newton, Weldon (Private Citizen)

Hog industry

Manure management, winter spreading regulations, SED130

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED129–131

Wetlands restoration, need for, SED134–135

O'Leary, Brian (Manitoba Association of School Superintendents)

Education system

Grade level promotion policies, SED97

Mandatory school-age attendance, SED96

Student attendance rate enforcement, SED97

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Public presentation, SED95–97

School divisions

Day-care capital funding responsibility, SED97

Offer, Steven (Title Insurance Industry Association of Canada)

Real Property Amendment Act

[Bill 43]

Public presentation, SED33–34

Olson, Paul (Manitoba Teachers' Society)

Education system

Grade level promotion policies, SED98

Professional development days standardization, SED99–100

Standardized report cards, SED98–99

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Public presentation, SED98–100

Public Schools Amendment Act (Reporting Bullying and Other Harm)

[Bill 28]

Bullying definitions, SED103

Public presentation, SED101–102

School divisions

Day-care capital funding responsibility, SED100

Ombudsman reappointment recommendations

Motion to reappoint Irene Hamilton

Goertzen, LA2; Howard, LA2; passed, LA2

Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Day Act

[Bill 21]

Opening remarks

Driedger, HR22; Oswald, HR22

Public presentations

McCarthy, HR10–11

Oswald, Hon. Theresa (Seine River) N.D.P.

Addictions treatment

Wait times, SED21

Defibrillator Public Access Act

 [Bill 20]

Opening remarks, HR21

Public training and education, HR9

Drug Program Information Network (DPIN)

Physicians' access, SED18–19

Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Day Act

[Bill 21]

Opening remarks, HR22

Oxycontin prescriptions

Pharmacare formulary, SED19–21

Pharmacy availability and staff safety, SED19–20

Pharmacare Program

First Nations prescription drug monitoring, SED17

Prescription Drugs Cost Assistance Amendment Act (Prescription Drug Monitoring and Miscellaneous Amendments)

[Bill 14]

Advisory committee members and duties, SED17–18

Monitored drug lists, SED17

Monitoring enforcement, SED18

Opening remarks, SED17

Regional Health Authorities Amendment Act (Accountability and Transparency)

[Bill 38]

Opening remarks, HR22

Oxycontin prescriptions. See also Prescription Drugs Cost Assistance Amendment Act (Prescription Drug Monitoring and Miscellaneous Amendments)

Increase

Driedger, SED15–16; Pope, SED15–16

Pharmacare formulary

Driedger, SED21; Oswald, SED19–21

Pharmacy availability and staff safety

Goertzen, SED19–20; Oswald, SED19–20

Pedersen, Blaine (Carman) P.C.

Climate change initiatives

ecoTrust project funding, PA59

Climate Friendly Woodlot Practices program funding, PA69

Condominium Act and Amendments Respecting Condominium Conversions (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 40]

Amendments

Clause 185(3)(b), SED72; passed, SED72

Consultations, SED43

Opening remarks, SED71

Rental property shortage, impact on, SED44

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Cell Phone Contracts)

[Bill 35]

Contract termination fees, SED40

Opening remarks, SED69

Greenhouse gas emissions

Agricultural industry, impact on, PA62

Agricultural industry, soil emissions and manure management, PA62

Manitoba Hydro export sales impact, PA70

Mining industry, smelter closures impact, PA70

Reduction targets, PA60

Trucking industry, financial assistance, PA61–62

Manitoba Gaming Control Commission fees, CC26

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Community development funds use, CC96–98

Converter costs, CC110–111

Motion to permit public presentations on Bipole III in special committee meeting, CC101

Manitoba Lotteries Corporation

Canadian Museum for Human Rights, donations to, CC26

Opening statements, CC25

Revenue projections, CC26

Roll Together advertising campaign, CC43

Spirit Sands Casino, involvement in, CC42

Sponsorship criteria, CC42

Union contract agreements, CC26–27

Video lottery terminal games

Integrity testing, CC30

Real Property Amendment Act

[Bill 43]

Amendments

Clause 17, subsection 72(2), SED79; passed, SED79

Clause 17, subsection 72.5(3), SED80; passed, SED80

Opening remarks, SED78–79

Report to the Legislative Assembly: Performance Audits–December 2010

Chapter 1: Managing Climate Change, Auditor General's report

Legislation adherence enforcement, PA70–71

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Expanded Grounds for Early Termination)

[Bill 217]

Opening remarks, PB6

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities

SMD Alliance, management performance evaluations, PA83

Pension Benefits Amendment Act

[Bill 33]

Opening remarks

Howard, SED116

Petrinka, John (Private Citizen)

Condominium Act and Amendments Respecting Condominium Conversions (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 40]

Public presentation, SED44–46

Pharmacare Program

Cost driver analysis

Driedger, PA41; Sussman, PA41

Drug formulary review program

Driedger, PA42; Sussman, PA42

First Nations prescription drug monitoring

Driedger, SED16–17; Oswald, SED17; Pope, SED16

Growth increase statistics

Driedger, PA40; Sussman, PA40

Legislation compliance status

Driedger, PA45; Sussman, PA45

Performance measurement systems

Driedger, PA41, PA43; Sussman, PA41, PA43

Prescription monitoring

Driedger, PA43–44; Sussman, PA43–44

Reform implementation

Driedger, PA40; Sussman, PA40–41

Utilization Management Agreement, cost benefit analysis

Driedger, PA 46; Sussman, PA 46

Pip, Eva (Private Citizen)

Lake Winnipeg

Nitrogen removal, SED152–153

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED150–151

Planning Amendment Act

[Bill 30]

Opening remarks

Briese, SED30; Lemieux, SED30

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Amendments

Clause 2

Lemieux, HR95; passed, HR95

Clause 5

Lemieux, HR95; passed, HR95

Clause 7

Lemieux, HR96; passed, HR96

Clause 14

Lemieux, HR96; passed, HR96

Developer and school division planning process

Borger, HR71; Vogan, HR68–69

Developer consultations, lack of

Bueti, HR83–84; Carruthers, HR65, HR67; Comack, HR80; Fahr, HR77; Howard, HR67; Klein, HR77–78; Lemieux, HR80; McLaughlin, HR83; Mitchelson, HR81, HR83; Moore, HR75

Home purchase costs, effect on

Comack, HR79; Lemieux, HR76; Moore, HR76

Opening remarks

Briese, HR94; Lemieux, HR94; Mitchelson, HR95

Public presentations

Borger, HR70–75; Boyle, HR80–81; Bueti, HR83–84; Carruthers, HR65–67; Comack, HR78–79; Fahr, HR77; Klein, HR77–78; McLaughlin, HR81–83; Moore, HR75–76; Raban, HR85–86; Rivard, HR64–65; Vogan, HR68–70

Points of order

P/O by Derkach requesting consideration of Bill 27 be postponed for a few minutes, HR87; Chairperson's ruling (Altemeyer), HR87

P/O by Maguire indicating that there were still rural presenters to be called, SED215; Chairperson's ruling (Nevakshonoff), SED215

P/O by McFadyen requesting that public presentations to standing committee be allowed on short notice, CC100; Howard, CC100; Chairperson's ruling (Reid), CC100

P/O by McFadyen stating that he will give response to question on referenced letter, CC98–99; Robinson, CC98–99; Struthers, CC98–99; Chairperson's ruling (Reid), CC100

P/O by Wowchuk requesting clarification of scope of questions, PA33; Chairperson's ruling (Derkach), PA33

Polar Bear Protection Amendment Act (International Polar Bear Conservation Centre)

[Bill 7]

Committee member appointments

Blaikie, JU3; Faurschou, JU2; Williams, JU3

Implementation delays

Blaikie, JU4–5; Faurschou, JU4

Opening remarks

Blaikie, JU4

Public presentations

Williams, JU1–2

Research funding

Gerrard, JU3; Williams, JU3

Pope, William D. B. (College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba)

Oxycontin prescriptions

Increase, SED15–16

Pharmacare Program

First Nations prescription drug monitoring, SED16

Prescription Drugs Cost Assistance Amendment Act (Prescription Drug Monitoring and Miscellaneous Amendments)

[Bill 14]

Advisory committee members and duties, SED16

Inappropriate prescribing by physicians, SED15

Physician consultations, SED15

Public presentation, SED13–14

Possia, Jodi (Paramedic Association of Manitoba)

Defibrillator Public Access Act

[Bill 20]

Written submission, HR23

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Amendments

Clause 9, subsection 259.1(3); Allan, SED113; Cullen, SED113; passed, SED114

Home-school concerns

Allan, SED108; Gerrard, SED108; Mogilevsky, SED108

Mandatory school-age attendance

Clarke, SED106

Opening remarks

Allan, SED113

Public presentations

Bobbette, SED109; Clarke, SED106; Hrynyk, SED104–106; Martens, SED92–94; Mogilevsky, SED107; O'Leary, SED95–97; Olson, SED98–100

Written submissions

Snelling, SED116–118

Prescription Drugs Cost Assistance Amendment Act (Prescription Drug Monitoring and Miscellaneous Amendments)

[Bill 14]

Advisory committee members and duties

Driedger, SED16–18; Oswald, SED17–18; Pope, SED16

Inappropriate prescribing by physicians

Driedger, SED15; Pope, SED15

Monitored drug lists

Driedger, SED17; Oswald, SED17

Monitoring enforcement

Driedger, SED18; Oswald, SED18

Opening remarks

Oswald, SED17

Physician consultations

Driedger, SED14; Pope, SED15

Public presentations

Pope, SED13–14

Written submissions

Gray, SED22–23

Providence College and Theological Seminary Incorporation Amendment Act

[Bill 30]

Motion that fees be refunded

Martindale, PB9; passed, PB9

Opening remarks

Gerrard, PB9; Goertzen, PB8; Martindale, PB8

Public presentations

Kunkel, PB2

Provincial Court Amendment Act (Senior Judges)

[Bill 19]

Judge renumeration

Swan, JU12

Opening remarks

Goertzen, JU15–16; Swan, JU15

Public presentations

Manduik, JU11–12

Pryzner, Ruth (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Written submission, SED198–199

Public Schools Amendment Act (Reporting Bullying and Other Harm)

[Bill 28]

Bullying definitions

Gerrard, SED103; Olson, SED103

Opening remarks

Allan, SED114

Public presentations

Olson, SED101–102; Ulrich, SED110–111

Qually, Shereese (Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties)

Victims' Bill of Rights Amendment Act (Denying Compensation to Offenders and Other Amendments)

[Bill 3]

Written submission, SED11–12

Raban, Kim (Private Citizen)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Public presentation, HR85–86

Razik, Mo (Independent Specialty Wine Stores of Manitoba)

Liquor Control Amendment Act

[Bill 41]

Consultations, SED53

Independent wine stores expansions, SED53

Public presentation, SED52–53

Real Property Amendment Act

[Bill 43]

Amendments

Clause 17, subsection 72(2)

Mackintosh, SED79; Pedersen, SED79; passed, SED79

Clause 17, subsection 72(4)

Mackintosh, SED80; passed, SED80

Clause 17, subsection 72.5(3)

Mackintosh, SED79–80; Pedersen, SED80; passed, SED80

Clause 17, subsection 72.7(2)(c)

Mackintosh, SED80; passed, SED81

Clause 17, subsection 72.7(3)

Mackintosh, SED81; passed, SED81

Clause 44

Mackintosh, SED81; passed, SED81

Opening remarks

Mackintosh, SED78; Pedersen, SED78–79

Public presentations

Offer, SED33–34; Rinella, SED33

Rebeck, Kevin (Manitoba Federation of Labour)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR39–40

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED158–160

Regional Health Authorities Amendment Act (Accountability and Transparency)

[Bill 38]

Opening remarks

Driedger, HR22–23; Oswald, HR22

Regional Health Authorities Amendment Act (Mammography Accreditation)

[Bill 205]

Amendments

Clause 2, section 28.1

Driedger, PB9; passed, PB9

Clause 4

Driedger, PB9; passed, PB10

Opening remarks

Driedger, PB9

Reid, Daryl (Transcona) N.D.P.

Points of order

P/O by McFadyen requesting that public presentations to standing committee be allowed on short notice

Chairperson's ruling (Reid), CC100

P/O by McFadyen stating that he will give response to question on referenced letter

Chairperson's ruling (Reid), CC100

Report to the Legislative Assembly: Performance Audits–December 2010

Chapter 1: Managing Climate Change, Auditor General's report

Audit methodology

Bellringer, PA71–73; Brick, PA72–73; Stefanson, PA71

Legislation adherence enforcement

Bellringer, PA71–72; Pedersen, PA70–71; Stefanson, PA71–72

Opening remarks

Bellringer, PA51–52; Eliasson, PA54; Meier, PA52–54

Chapter 2: Economic Development Loans and Investments under The Development Corporation Act, Auditor General's report

Opening remarks

Bellringer, PA102; Eliasson, PA102

Chapter 3: Special Audit: Society for Manitobans with Disabilities, Auditor General's report

Opening remarks

Bellringer, PA75–76; Doak, PA76–78

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Expanded Grounds for Early Termination)

[Bill 217]

Amendments

Clause 2, 92.1(1)

Blady, PB7; passed, PB7

Clause 2, 92.1(2)

Blady, PB7; passed, PB7

Clause 2, 92.1(3)

Blady, PB7; passed, PB7

Clause 6

Blady, PB7; passed, PB8

Opening remarks

Blady, PB6; Pedersen, PB6

Public presentations

Collins, PB3–4

Written submissions

Storeshaw, PB14

Retail Businesses Holiday Closing Amendment Act

[Bill 4]

Implementation timeline

Davidson, SED4; Howard, SED4

Municipal decisions

Gerrard, SED6; McInnes, SED6

Opening remarks

Howard, SED8

Public presentations

Davidson, SED2–3; McInnes, SED4–5

Small business, impact on

Howard, SED6; McInnes, SED6

Riese, Karl (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Written submission, HR99–100

Rinella, Wendy (Title Insurance Industry Association of Canada)

Real Property Amendment Act

[Bill 43]

Public presentation, SED33

Ritsema, Roger (Private Citizen)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Written submission, SED198

Rivard, Robert (Manitoba School Boards Association)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Public presentation, HR64–65

Robert, Leo (Collθge universitaire de Saint-Boniface)

Universitι de Saint-Boniface Act

[Bill 26]

Public presentation, HR4–5

Robinson, Hon. Eric (Rupertsland) N.D.P.

Manitoba Hydro

Export sales opposition (US), CC89–90, CC91

Export sales, First Nations consultations, CC90–91

First Nations relations, CC91

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Motion to permit public presentations on Bipole III in special committee meeting, CC102

Points of order

P/O by McFadyen stating that he will give response to question on referenced letter, CC98–99

Rondeau, Hon. Jim (Assiniboia) N.D.P.

Caregiver Recognition Act

[Bill 42]

Advisory committee formation, HR14–15

Opening remarks, HR21

Rothney, Russ (Neechi Foods Co-op Ltd)

Cooperatives Amendment Act

[Bill 17]

Public presentation, SED36–37

Rowat, Leanne (Minnedosa) P.C.

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Report availability, CC39

Caregiver Recognition Act

[Bill 42]

Opening remarks, HR21

Defibrillator Public Access Act

[Bill 20]

Opening remarks, HR21–22

Manitoba Lotteries Corporation

Responsible gaming accreditation, CC39

Responsible gaming council recommendations, CC38

Responsible gaming policy and strategy, CC39–41

Voluntary Exclusion Program, CC38

Newborn hearing screening tests

Government support, HR33

Workers Compensation Board

Injured workers, addictions treatment policy, CC127–128

Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Amendment and Criminal Property Forfeiture Act

[Bill 16]

Opening remarks

Goertzen, JU13; Swan, JU12–13

Rebuttable presumption explanation

Martindale, JU13; Swan, JU13

Sangalang, Jordan (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Post-secondary education accessibility, HR62

Public presentation, HR62–63

Saurette-Roch, Gisθle (Conseil provincial des femmes du Manitoba)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR61–62

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Cattle producers, impact on

Blaikie, SED128; Dahl, SED128–129

Fertilizer impact

Stephens, SED141; Struthers, SED141

First Nations consultations

Sutherland, SED216–217

Opening remarks

Blaikie, SED221

Peat mine regulations

Beddome, SED171; Whelan Enns, SED171

Public presentations

Beddome, SED168–171; Brandon, SED155–158; Bruce, SED133–135; Burns, SED153–155; Chorney, SED121–122; Courcelles, SED147–149; Dahl, SED126–128; Eadie, SED183–185; Fielding, SED163–165; Flaten, SED160–161; Kristjanson, SED136–137; Kristofferson, SED142–144; Kynoch, SED206–209; Mackay, SED179–180; Marykuca, SED124–125; McDonald, SED212–213; McIntyre, SED172–175; McIvor, SED180–183; Mercredi, SED213–215;

Newton, SED129–131; Pip, SED150–151; Rebeck, SED158–160; Shannacappo, SED218–220; Stephens,

SED140–141; Sutherland, SED216–217; Wales, SED137–139; Whelan Enns, SED175–178

Repeal

Kynoch, SED210; Struthers, SED210

Wetlands restoration, need for

Beddome, SED171; Blaikie, SED135; Burns, SED154; Newton, SED134–135

Written submissions

Abrary, SED190–191; Cobb, SED189–190; Fefchak, SED193; Kreutzer, SED191–192; Kynoch, SED194–198; Lescyshyn, SED198–199; Pryzner, SED198–199; Ritsema, SED198; Venema, SED193–194

School divisions

Day-care capital funding responsibility

Hrynyk, SED105; Martens, SED94; O'Leary, SED97; Olson, SED100

Schroeder, Victor (Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board)

Manitoba Hydro

Export sales opposition (US), CC86, CC89–90, CC91

Export sales, First Nations consultations, CC90–91

First Nations relations, CC91

Opening remarks, CC80–82

Pattern Energy agreement, CC86

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

First Nations consultations, CC91

Minister's directive on route, CC88–89

Schuler, Ron (Springfield) P.C.

Child Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking Act

[Bill 29]

Legislation history, JU18–19

Grieving Families Protection Act

 [Bill 39]

Opening remarks, SED70

Scramstad, Alan (Workers Compensation Board)

Workers Compensation Board

Appeal Commission case statistics, CC121–123

Appeal process wait times, CC119–121

Medical review panel reviews, CC123

Securities Amendment Act

[Bill 22]

Opening remarks

Wowchuk, HR86–87

Selby, Erin (Southdale) N.D.P.

Universitι de Saint-Boniface Act

[Bill 26]

Opening remarks, HR20

Senior judges. See Provincial Court Amendment Act (Senior Judges)

Sexsmith, Doug (Workers Compensation Board)

Follow-up of Previously Issued Recommendations–A Review, March 2010, Auditor's General report

Review of the Workers Compensation Board–Section 26

Opening remarks, PA31–32

Workers Compensation Board

Advertising campaign budget, CC131

Appeal process wait times, CC119

Assessment services division upgrades, CC125

Board governance, CC117, PA38

Board member evaluations, CC117–119

Capital projects updates and costs, CC130–131

Case management statistical framework costs, CC124

ChangeMakers contract, CC132

Chief investment officer, hiring of, PA35

Crocus Fund holdings, PA38

Hiring of health-care professionals, CC119

Injured workers

Addictions treatment policy, CC127–128

Narcotic authorization and payment, CC126–127

Payment timelines, CC133

Investment consultant contract and cost, PA36–37

Investment organizations, joining of, PA35

Ministerial directives, CC116–117

Opening remarks, CC115–116

Operating expenditures against revenue, CC134

Operating surplus increase, CC123–124

Organization investments, CC128–130

Organization sponsorships, CC125–126

Private clinic usage, CC134

Private investment strategies, PA33–34

Private placement holdings, PA35–38

Provincial line of credit, CC129

Public evaluation and opinions, CC133

Reserve fund balance, CC126

Short-term claims audit recommendations, CC125

True North Sports and Entertainment Ltd. investment, PA34

Union-sponsored projects funding, CC128

Sexual Assault Awareness Month Act

[Bill 222]

Opening remarks

Driedger, PB13

Shannacappo, Morris Swan (Southern Chiefs Organization)

Flooding (Lake Winnipeg)

First Nations communities, impact on, SED220

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED218–220

Sheperd, Kelvin (MTS Allstream)

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Cell Phone Contracts)

[Bill 35]

Contract termination fees, SED39–40

Public presentation, SED37–39

Silicz, Michael (Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties)

Victims' Bill of Rights Amendment Act (Denying Compensation to Offenders and Other Amendments)

[Bill 3]

Written submission, SED11–12

Sinclair, Phoenix. See Children's Advocate office

Snelling, Marty (Brandon School Division)

Preparing Students for Success Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 13]

Written submission, SED116–118

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities. See also Report to the Legislative Assembly: Performance Audits–December 2010

Administrative costs

Doak, PA78; Gerrard, PA78

Audit initiation and timelines

Bellringer, PA78–79, PA84–85; Borotsik, PA78; Stefanson, PA84–85

Complaint investigations

Bellringer, PA78–79; Borotsik, PA78–79; Doak, PA79

Departmental lack of trust

Borotsik, PA82; Doak, PA82

Front-line services evaluation

Borotsik, PA86; Doak, PA86

Fund transfer protocols

Bellringer, PA81; Borotsik, PA81; Doak, PA81

Funding sources

Bellringer, PA80; Borotsik, PA80; Doak, PA80

Report recommendations implementation (2005)

Bellringer, PA84–85; Doak, PA85–86; Stefanson, PA84–85

Service purchase agreements

Borotsik, PA78, PA87; Doak, PA79, PA87

SMD Alliance

Financial records

Borotsik, PA82; Doak, PA82

Management performance evaluations

Doak, PA83; Jha, PA82–83; Pedersen, PA83

Surplus limitations

Bellringer, PA80; Borotsik, PA79–80, PA87; Doak, PA79–80, PA87

Special Audit: Rural Municipality of La Broquerie, March 2008, Auditor General's report

Community development corporation issues

Bellringer, PA19–21; Gerrard, PA19–21; McFadyen, L, PA19–20

Consultant hiring process

Borotsik, PA18; McFadyen, L, PA18

Consultant recommendations, municipal scope

Borotsik, PA17; McFadyen, L, PA17

Councillors, conflict of interest disclosures

Borotsik, PA17; McFadyen, L, PA17

Opening remarks

Bellringer, PA13; McFadyen, L, PA13

Recommendations implementation

Bellringer, PA20; Gerrard, PA20

Squire, Peter (Winnipeg Realtors)

Condominium Act and Amendments Respecting Condominium Conversions (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 40]

Consultations, SED44

Public presentation, SED42–43

Rental property shortage, impact on, SED44

Statutes Correction and Minor Amendment Act, 2011

[Bill 45]

Opening remarks

Swan, HR92

Steen, David (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Business accessibility standards, HR54

Public presentation, HR53–58

Stefanson, Heather (Tuxedo) P.C.

Audit of the Public Accounts, March 31, 2010, Auditor General's report

Volumes 1-4

Crown corporations fourth-quarter reviews, PA100

Publication release dates, PA98, PA100–101

Quarterly reporting inconsistencies, PA99–100

Supplementary audit report requirements, PA100

Auditor General's report, Operations of the Office, March 31, 2009

Auditing, international standards, PA48

Conflict of interest potential, PA47

Office renovation cost, PA47

Office twinning project costs, PA49

Preliminary departmental reports, PA48

Recommendation resolve percentages, PA48

Special audit initiations, PA48

Balanced budget legislation

Budgeted expenditures adherence, PA97

Business Transformation and Technology

Applications and server consolidation assessments, PA95

Departmental consultations, PA95

Risk-management policy framework timeline, PA92–93

Service Manitoba amalgamation, PA94

Civil Service Superannuation and Related Amendments Act

[Bill 44]

Opening remarks, HR88

Climate change initiatives

Budgeting for Outcomes pilot program, PA55

Inventory reports timeline, PA65

Program evaluations, PA56

Conservation Department

Climate change planning budget integration, PA54

Greenhouse gas emissions

Reduction targets, PA63–64

Information Technology Organization

Computer security intrusions, PA29

Recommendations implementation timelines, PA26–29

Risk management policy, PA29, PA31

Report to the Legislative Assembly: Performance Audits–December 2010

Chapter 1: Managing Climate Change, Auditor General's report

Audit methodology, PA71

Legislation adherence enforcement, PA71–72

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities

Audit initiation and timelines, PA84–85

Report recommendations implementation (2005), PA84–85

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

Fraud allegations review, Auditor General's role, PA101

Stefanson, Heather (Tuxedo) P.C. –Continued

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority–Administration of the Value-Added Policy, May 2010, Auditor General's report

Project consultants, tendering process, PA8

Workers Compensation Board

Crocus Fund holdings, PA38

Investment consultant contract and cost, PA36–37

Private placement holdings, PA35–37

Stephens, Kristian (Canadian Fertilizer Institute)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Fertilizer impact, SED141

Public presentation, SED140–141

Storeshaw, Kim (NorWest Co-op Community Health)

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Expanded Grounds for Early Termination)

[Bill 217]

Written submission, PB14

Struthers, Hon. Stan (Dauphin-Roblin) N.D.P.

Hog industry

Expansion moratorium, SED122–123

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

Agricultural impact, CC103

Completion service date, CC102

Export sales (Saskatchewan), CC103

Points of order

P/O by McFadyen stating that he will give response to question on referenced letter, CC98–99

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Fertilizer impact, SED141

Repeal, SED210

Summary Convictions Amendment Act

[Bill 9]

Opening remarks

Hawranik, SED11; Swan, SED10–11

Sussman, Milton (Health Department)

Drug Program Information Network (DPIN)

Physicians' access, PA45–46

Recommendations implementation timeline, PA45

Follow-up of Previously Issued Recommendations–A Review, March 2010, Auditor's General report

Audit of the Pharmacare Program–Section 16

Opening remarks, PA39–40

Pharmacare Program

Cost driver analysis, PA41

Drug formulary review program, PA42

Growth increase statistics, PA40

Legislation compliance status, PA45

Performance measurement systems, PA41, PA43

Prescription monitoring, PA43–44

Reform implementation, PA40–41

Utilization Management Agreement, cost benefit analysis, PA 46

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

Headquarters tendering process, PA5–6

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority–Administration of the Value-Added Policy, May 2010, Auditor General's report

Baxter Corporation contract details, PA11

Capital project tendering policy, PA5

Mead Johnson contract details, PA10

Opening remarks, PA2

Policy elimination, PA4

Product and equipment, verification of receipt, PA7

Product Review Evaluation Standardization committee members, PA4

Project consultants, tendering process, PA8

Receipt recording, PA12

Restricted funding allocation, PA12

Value adds, management approval, PA5

Vendor payments, public disclosure, PA7

Sutherland, Mike (Peguis First Nation)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

First Nations consultations, SED216–217

Public presentation, SED216–217

Swan, Hon. Andrew (Minto) N.D.P.

Auto theft decrease, CC75

Child Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking Act

[Bill 29]

Minimum damage compensation, JU18

Opening remarks, JU16–17

Third-party application clarification, JU17–18

City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Winnipeg Police Service Auxiliary Cadets)

[Bill 2]

Cadet responsibilities, JU5–6

Opening remarks, JU5

Driver's licences, enhanced

Costs, CC60

Employment and Income Assistance Amendment and Highway Traffic Amendment Act

[Bill 49]

Opening remarks, HR92

Highway Traffic Amendment Act

[Bill 18]

Opening remarks, JU13–14

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Accident Reporting Requirements)

[Bill 37]

Accident reporting, domestic animal collisions, JU22–23

Accident reporting, passenger responsibilities, JU22

Opening remarks, JU21

Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Amendment Act

[Bill 25]

Opening remarks, JU16

Justice for Victims of Child Pornography Act

[Bill 205]

Amendments

Clause 2, PB11; passed, PB11

Clause 5, PB11; passed, PB11

Clause 8(2)(a), PB12; passed, PB13

Opening remarks, PB10–11

Legal Aid Manitoba Amendment Act

[Bill 8]

Opening remarks, SED10

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Opening remarks, CC46

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Amendment Act

 [Bill 31]

Opening remarks, JU19

Provincial Court Amendment Act (Senior Judges)

[Bill 19]

Judge remuneration, JU12

Opening remarks, JU15

Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Amendment and Criminal Property Forfeiture Act

[Bill 16]

Opening remarks, JU12–13

Rebuttable presumption explanation, JU13

Statutes Correction and Minor Amendment Act, 2011

[Bill 45]

Opening remarks, HR92

Summary Convictions Amendment Act

[Bill 9]

Opening remarks, SED10–11

Victims' Bill of Rights Amendment Act (Denying Compensation to Offenders and Other Amendments)

[Bill 3]

Opening remarks, SED10

Taillieu, Mavis (Morris) P.C.

Driver's licences, enhanced

Costs, CC59–60

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Body shop owner concerns, CC48

Building sale profit use, CC62

Corporate service vision, CC47–48

Driver education, complaints about instructors, CC65–66, CC69–70

Driver medical testing, CC66–67, CC73

EDS contract costs, CC58, CC60

Employee opinion surveys, CC63

Excessive claims reserve review, CC75

Executive office renovation costs, CC71–72

Executive salary increases, CC70–71

Five-year renewal broker industry concerns, CC51

Fleet vehicle rate, CC73

Freedom of Information request costs, CC72

Odometer rollback investigation, CC70

Opening remarks, CC47

Outside consulting contracts, CC60–61

Ratepayer rebates, CC58

Seniors' benefit eligibility, CC72

Service centre conversion costs, CC50–51

Staffing, CC49, CC62

Universitι de Saint-Boniface Act

[Bill 26]

Opening remarks, HR21

Workers Compensation Board

Advertising campaign budget, CC131

Appeal Commission case statistics, CC121–122

Appeal process wait times, CC119

Assessment services division upgrades, CC125

Board governance, CC117

Board member evaluations, CC117–118

Capital projects updates and costs, CC130–131

Case management statistical framework costs, CC124

ChangeMakers contract, CC132

Chief investment officer, hiring of, PA34–35

Hiring of health-care professionals, CC119

Injured workers, narcotic authorization and payment, CC126–127

Investment organizations, joining of, PA35

Ministerial directives, CC116–117

Opening remarks, CC114

Operating surplus increase, CC123–124

Organization investments, CC128–130

Organization sponsorships, CC125–126

Private clinic usage, CC134

Private investment strategies, PA33–34

Provincial line of credit, CC129

Reserve fund balance, CC126

Short-term claims audit recommendations, CC124–125

True North Sports and Entertainment Ltd. investment, PA34

Union-sponsored projects funding, CC128

Whistle-blower legislation evaluation, PA32

Taxation

Primary Caregiver Tax Credit

Hominuk, HR13; Wildenmann, HR14

Thompson Nickel Belt Sustainability Act

[Bill 50]

Amendments

Clause 2

Chomiak, HR19; defeated, HR19

Clause 3

Chomiak, HR19; defeated, HR19

Clause 4

Chomiak, HR19; defeated, HR19

Trees for Tomorrow program

Gerrard, PA67; Meier, PA67

Tugwell, Cindy (Heritage Winnipeg Corporation)

City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Historic Property Designations)

[Bill 5]

Written submission, SED12

Ulrich, Rebecca (Canadian Red Cross)

Canadian Red Cross

RespectED program, SED112

Public Schools Amendment Act (Reporting Bullying and Other Harm)

[Bill 28]

Public presentation, SED110–111

Universitι de Saint-Boniface Act

[Bill 26]

Opening remarks

Selby, HR20; Taillieu, HR21

Public presentations

Boucher, HR6–7; Leclerc, HR3–4; Robert, HR4–5

Written submissions

Lipsett, HR23–24

Unrau, Samuel (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR59–60

Sport funding for persons with disabilities, HR60

Venema, Henry David (International Institute for Sustainable Development)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Written submission, SED193–194

Victims' Bill of Rights Amendment Act (Denying Compensation to Offenders and Other Amendments)

[Bill 3]

Opening remarks

Swan, SED10

Written submissions

Qually, SED11–12; Silicz, SED11–12

Vogan, Eric (Qualico)

Planning and Land Dedication for School Sites Act (Various Acts Amended)

[Bill 48]

Developer and school division planning process, HR68–69

Public presentation, HR68–70

Wales, Lois (Manitoba Government and General Employees' Union)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Public presentation, SED137–139

Waste-water treatment plants

Update requirements (Winnipeg)

Blaikie, SED137, SED151–152, SED165–166; Fielding, SED163–164; Gerrard, SED167–168; Kristanson, SED137; Melnick, SED166

Werier, Michael (Workers Compensation Board)

Workers Compensation Board

Opening remarks, CC114–115

Whelan Enns, Gaile (Manitoba Wildlands)

Save Lake Winnipeg Act

[Bill 46]

Peat mine regulations, SED171

Public presentation, SED175–178

Wildenmann, Syva-Lee (Rupert's Land Caregiver Services)

Caregiver Recognition Act

[Bill 42]

Advisory committee formation, HR15–16

Public presentation, HR14–15

Taxation

Primary Caregiver Tax Credit, HR14

Williams, Bob (Polar Bears International)

Polar Bear Protection Amendment Act (International Polar Bear Conservation Centre)

[Bill 7]

Committee member appointments, JU3

Public presentation, JU1–2

Research funding, JU3

Wind power. See Alternative energy

Winnipeg Foundation Amendment Act

[Bill 300]

Opening remarks

Brick, PB13; Goertzen, PB14

Winnipeg Police Services. See City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Winnipeg Police Service Auxiliary Cadets)

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

Fraud allegations review, Auditor General's role

Bellringer, PA101–102; Stefanson, PA101

Headquarters tendering process

Driedger, PA5–6; Sussman, PA5–6

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority–Administration of the Value-Added Policy, May 2010, Auditor General's report

Base purchase contracts, value-add amounts

Bellringer, PA9–10; Gerrard, PA9

Baxter Corporation contract details

Bellringer, PA11; Gerrard, PA11; Sussman, PA11

Brown envelope, use of term

Bellringer, PA3; Driedger, PA3

Capital project tendering policy

Driedger, PA5; Jha, PA8–9; Sussman, PA5, PA9

Comparison of bids

Bellringer, PA3; Driedger, PA3

Mead Johnson contract details

Bellringer, PA9–11; Gerrard, PA9–10; Sussman, PA10

Opening remarks

Bellringer, PA1–2; Sussman, PA2

Policy elimination

Driedger, PA3–4; Sussman, PA4

Product and equipment, verification of receipt

Driedger, PA7; Sussman, PA7

Product Review Evaluation Standardization committee members

Driedger, PA4; Sussman, PA4

Project consultants, tendering process

Stefanson, PA8; Sussman, PA8

Receipt recording

Bellringer, PA12; Borotsik, PA12; Sussman, PA12

Restricted funding allocation

Bellringer, PA11; Driedger, PA12–13; Gerrard, PA11; Sussman, PA12

Scope of audit

Bellringer, PA9; Gerrard, PA9

Value adds, management approval

Bellringer, PA7–8; Driedger, PA5; Sussman, PA5

Vendor payments, public disclosure

Driedger, PA7; Sussman, PA7

Wolbert, Valerie (Friends of People First)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Community housing availability, HR45

Public presentation, HR45–46

Workers Compensation Amendment Act

[Bill 6]

Firefighter coverage

Breast cancer inclusion

Forrest, SED28; Howard, SED28–29

Volunteers

Briese, SED28; Forrest, SED29

Public presentations

Forrest, SED25–27

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (Presumption re OFC Personnel)

[Bill 34]

Opening remarks

Howard, SED114

Workers Compensation Board

Advertising campaign budget

Sexsmith, CC131

Taillieu, CC131

Annual report, December 31, 2007, CC113: passed, CC134

Annual report, December 31, 2008, CC113: passed, CC134

Annual report, December 31, 2009, CC113

Annual report, December 31, 2010, CC113

Appeal Commission case statistics

Cullen, CC121–123; Scramstad, CC121–123; Taillieu, CC121–122

Appeal process wait times

Scramstad, CC119–121; Sexsmith, CC119; Taillieu, CC119

Assessment services division upgrades

Sexsmith, CC125; Taillieu, CC125

Board governance

Martindale, PA38; Sexsmith, CC117, PA38; Taillieu, CC117

Board member evaluations

Sexsmith, CC117–119; Taillieu, CC117–118

Capital projects updates and costs

Sexsmith, CC130–131; Taillieu, CC130–131

Case management statistical framework costs

Sexsmith, CC124; Taillieu, CC124

ChangeMakers contract

Sexsmith, CC132; Taillieu, CC132

Chief investment officer, hiring of

Sexsmith, PA35; Taillieu, PA34–35

Crocus Fund holdings

Sexsmith, PA38; Stefanson, PA38

Five Year Plan, 2007-2011, CC113

passed, CC135

Five Year Plan, 2008-2012, CC113

passed, CC135

Five Year Plan, 2009-2013, CC113

Five Year Plan, 2010-2014, CC113

Five Year Plan, 2011-2015, CC113

Hiring of health-care professionals

Sexsmith, CC119; Taillieu, CC119

Injured workers

Addictions treatment policy

Rowat, CC127–128; Sexsmith, CC127–128

Narcotic authorization and payment

Sexsmith, CC126–127; Taillieu, CC126–127

Payment timelines

Cullen, CC133; Sexsmith, CC133

Investment consultant contract and cost

Sexsmith, PA36–37; Stefanson, PA36–37

Investment organizations, joining of

Bellringer, PA35; Sexsmith, PA35; Taillieu, PA35

Medical review panel reviews

Cullen, CC123; Scramstad, CC123

Ministerial directives

Sexsmith, CC116–117; Taillieu, CC116–117

Opening remarks

Howard, CC114; Sexsmith, CC115–116; Taillieu, CC114; Werier, CC114–115

Operating expenditures against revenue

Cullen, CC134; Sexsmith, CC134

Operating surplus increase

Sexsmith, CC123–124; Taillieu, CC123–124

Organization investment projects

Sexsmith, CC128–130; Taillieu, CC128–130

Organization sponsorships

Sexsmith, CC125–126; Taillieu, CC125–126

Private clinic usage

Sexsmith, CC134; Taillieu, CC134

Private investment strategies

Sexsmith, PA33–34; Taillieu, PA33–34

Private placement holdings

Bellringer, PA38; Sexsmith, PA35–38; Stefanson, PA35–37

Provincial line of credit

Sexsmith, CC129; Taillieu, CC129

Public evaluation and opinions

Cullen, CC133; Sexsmith, CC133

Reserve fund balance

Sexsmith, CC126; Taillieu, CC126

Short-term claims audit recommendations

Sexsmith, CC125; Taillieu, CC124–125

Smartpark investment

Borotsik, PA38

True North Sports and Entertainment Ltd. investment

Sexsmith, PA34; Taillieu, PA34

Union-sponsored projects funding

Sexsmith, CC128; Taillieu, CC128

Whistle-blower legislation evaluation

Bellringer, PA32–33; Taillieu, PA32

Wowchuk, Hon. Rosann (Swan River) N.D.P.

Civil Service Superannuation and Related Amendments Act

[Bill 44]

Amendments

Schedule B, clauses 1-56, HR89; defeated, HR89

Title, HR89; passed, HR89

Motion to reprint the Bill as amended, HR89–90

Opening remarks, HR87–88

Manitoba Hydro

Opening remarks, CC77–80

Manitoba Hydro–Bipole III

First Nations consultations, CC92

Manitoba Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Act

[Bill 27]

Amendments

Clause 1, HR91; passed, HR98

Preamble, HR98; defeated, HR98

Opening remarks, HR90

Points of order

P/O by Wowchuk requesting clarification of scope of questions, PA33

Securities Amendment Act

[Bill 22]

Opening remarks, HR86–87

Wuskwatim Generating Station

Project and cost update

Brennan, CC95–96, CC108; Gerrard, CC108; McFadyen, CC95–96

Zimmer, Dennis (Private Citizen)

Accessibility Advisory Council and Amendments to The Government Purchases Act

[Bill 47]

Public presentation, HR34–35