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CINDEX Index

 

#MeToo movement. See International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination; Resolutions under Workers compensation coverage for work related stress; Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Wiebe, 2526

2020 Biodiversity Goals and Targets for Canada

Altemeyer, 2713-2714

Squires, 2714

204 Neighbourhood Watch

Lamoureux, 3839

24-Hour Giving Challenge

Lamoureux, 287

T. Marcelino, 286

Wharton, 286

4-H. See Manitoba 4-H Council

575 Terrier Royal Canadian Air Cadets. See Members' statements

 

A

Aboriginal issues committee of Cabinet

Clarke, 2194

Swan, 2193

Aboriginal justice

Fairness for

Fontaine, 468-469

Stefanson, 469

Aboriginal justice inquiry

Implementation of recommendations

Klassen, 635-636

Stefanson, 635-636

Aboriginal veterans. See National Aboriginal Veterans Day

Abortion. See also Mifegymiso

Access to

Fontaine, 2710-2711

ACCESS program

Assessed need

Wiebe, 2042, 2046

Wishart, 2042, 2046-2047

Bursaries, discontinuation inquiry

Wiebe, 2039

Wishart, 2039

Funding

Wiebe, 2063

Wishart, 2063

Monies not used

Wiebe, 2040-2041

Wishart, 2040-2041

Programs supported

Wiebe, 2038

Wishart, 2038-2039

Accessibility for Manitobans Act. See also Members' statements under Implementation of accessibility act

Annual report 2017-2018

Stefanson, 3579

Compliance standards, implementation of

Kinew, 3916-3917

Pedersen, 3916-3917

Employment standards, implementation of

B. Smith, 2952-2953

Fielding, 2952-2953

Implementation timeline

B. Smith, 2561-2562, 2905-2906, 4013-4014

Fielding, 2561-2562, 2905-2906

Stefanson, 4013-4014

Review of

B. Smith, 1408

Timeline for implementation

Fielding, 3277

Fontaine, 3277

Pallister, 3277

Accountants. See Members' statements under Professional accountants awards gala

Active living. See Health, Seniors and Active Living Department

Addiction

Crime increase

Swan, 138

Social determinant of health

Allum, 3505

Underlying factors

B. Smith, 2442

Addiction and mental health strategy

Funding divisions

Goertzen, 1350

Swan, 1350

General comments

Isleifson, 69

Lamoureux, 63

Governance plans

Gerrard, 3286-3287

Goertzen, 3286-3287

Northern Manitoba communities

Lathlin, 218

Lindsey, 2326-2327

Prevention plan

Gerrard, 3292

Goertzen, 3292

Addiction crisis

Community safety

Fontaine, 1537

Stefanson, 1537

Government approach to

Fontaine, 2428

Government intention

Fontaine, 1538

Pallister, 1538

Winnipeg Police Service drug safety

Fontaine, 1537-1538

Stefanson, 1538

Addiction prevention

Government plan

Friesen, 3584-3586

Swan, 3584-3585

Addiction treatment centres. See also Bruce Oake Foundation

Accreditation of

Fletcher, 1775

Goertzen, 1775

Accreditation process

Fletcher, 1775

Goertzen, 1775-1776

Aurora Recovery Centre

Fletcher, 3508

Funding support and accessibility

Goertzen, 252-253

Lamoureux, 252-253

Licensing requirements

Fielding, 1523

Fletcher, 1523

Possible areas for

Fletcher, 2101

Shriners' hospital, repurposing of

Fletcher, 1776

Goertzen, 1776

Addiction treatment services. See also Opposition Day Motion; Petitions; Safe injection site

Emergency Treatment Fund

Friesen, 3845-3846

Swan, 3845-3846

First Nations communities

Fontaine, 3498

Funding available--federal

Fontaine, 894-895

Gerrard, 3293

Goertzen, 589-590, 634, 895, 971-972, 977, 3293-3294

Swan, 589, 634, 653, 971-972, 977

Funding support

Goertzen, 2413-2414

Swan, 2413-2414

Government initiatives

Gerrard, 3293

Goertzen, 3293

Government record

Fontaine, 2436

Lamoureux, 2436

Harm-reduction strategies

Friesen, 3522-3523

Swan, 3522-3523

Methamphetamine crisis

Lamont, 3483-3484

Pallister, 3483-3484

On-site access--Northern Manitoba

Lathlin, 159

Stefanson, 159

Service provision concerns

Fontaine, 151-152

Stefanson, 152

Social housing units

Fielding, 2340-2341

Fontaine, 2340-2341

VIRGO report recommendations

Goertzen, 634

Kinew, 2236-2237, 2410-2411

Pallister, 2236-2237, 2411-2412

Swan, 634

VIRGO report, release request

Goertzen, 1732-1733

Swan, 1732-1733

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Annual report 2016-2017

Goertzen, 12

Annual report 2017-2018

Friesen, 3836

Budget for

Goertzen, 589

Kinew, 587

Swan, 589

Cannabis education programming

Goertzen, 1352, 1354

Funding

Goertzen, 975-976

Morley-Lecomte, 655

Swan, 975

Adult education. See Education and Training Department

Adult education and literacy

Budget for and FTE's

Wiebe, 1971, 2035

Wishart, 1971, 2035

Programs, number supported through

Wiebe, 2035

Wishart, 2035

Advanced Education Administration Act

Advisory committee elimination

Gerrard, 403

Pedersen, 403

Adverse Effects agreement

Norway House flood compensation

Cullen, 121

Lathlin, 120-121

Advisory Committee on Advanced Education

Attendance at

Allum, 406-408

Elimination of

Allum, 2174-2176

Wishart, 2174-2176

Reverse elimination decision, request to

Wiebe, 356-357

Wishart, 356-357

Advisory Council on Workplace Health and Safety

Dissolution of

Kinew, 354-355

Lindsey, 403

Pedersen, 354-355, 403

Elimination of

F. Marcelino, 1945

T. Marcelino, 1871

Advisory councils. See Boards, Committees, Councils and Commissions Streamlining Act (Various Acts Amended or Repealed)

Aerospace industry. See Tec-Voc High School

Affordability--Manitoba

General comments

Selinger, 206-207

Outmigration concerns

F. Marcelino, 1309

Pallister, 1309-1310

Wishart, 1309

Affordable housing. See also Petitions

Announcement--Flin Flon

Bindle, 3219

Fielding, 3219

Concerns

Wiebe, 3432-3433

Construction and maintenance

B. Smith, 4052, 4210

Stefanson, 4052-4053, 4210-4211

Government commitment

B. Smith, 2469-2470

Fielding, 2470

Investment in

Morley-Lecomte, 29

List of units

Fielding, 3935

Wiebe, 3935

Low-income seniors, support for

B. Smith, 2605

Fielding, 2605

Maintenance budget

B. Smith, 3965

Stefanson, 3965

Portable shelter benefit

Fielding, 3663

Provincial strategy request

B. Smith, 3806-3807

Stefanson, 3807

Subsidies, expiration of--federal

Altemeyer, 2500-2501

Fielding, 2501-2502

Tax and land incentives--Brandon

Fielding, 2158

Isleifson, 2158

Units built

Fielding, 3935

African Community Awards. See Members' statements

Ag Safety Week

Allum, 523

Eichler, 522-523

Gerrard, 523-524

Agape Table. See also Members' statements

Meeting with minister

Altemeyer, 89

Fielding, 89

Resources for relocation

Altemeyer, 89-90

Fielding, 89-90

Agencies, boards and commissions. See also Boards, Committees, Councils and Commissions Streamlining Act (Various Acts Amended or Repealed)

Infrastructure Department

Maloway, 1360

Schuler, 1360

Reduction in

Pallister, 962-963

Agreement on Internal Trade

Pedersen, 900

Sole-source contracts

Fletcher, 1050-1054

Schuler, 1050-1055

Agricultural Crown lands. See also Crown Lands Amendment Act (Improved Management of Community Pastures and Agricultural Crown Lands)

Leases and permits, fees for

Eichler, 3399

Agricultural Services Corporation

Reserve fund and general revenue

Fletcher, 3198-3200

Friesen, 3198-3200

Agriculture Awareness Day

Allum, 757-758

Eichler, 757

Gerrard, 758

Agriculture Department

Estimates

Debate, 2572-2573

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 2017-2018

Eichler, 1423

Agriculture industry

Carbon pricing exemption

Gerrard, 3446

Squires, 3446

Conditional-use hearings

Altemeyer, 2671

Wharton, 2671

Crown lands program

Land management and leasing

Eichler, 2909-2910

T. Marcelino, 2909-2910

Fertilizer storage bins, sales tax exemption

Fielding, 3425

GDP contribution

Nesbitt, 75

Greenhouse gas emissions

Gerrard, 101, 3451

Greenhouse gas reduction initiatives

Lagimodiere, 3790

Insurance improvements

Eichler, 610

Lake-river water quality

Morley-Lecomte, 2548

Squires, 2544

Nitrogen stabilization

Lagimodiere, 3790

Nitrous oxide emissions

Clarke, 119-120

Gerrard, 119-120, 2292, 323324

Nitrous oxide reduction plan

Gerrard, 2228

Squires, 2228

Pesticide use reduction

Helwer, 134-135

Red tape reduction

Reyes, 213

Signing of federal agreement

Eichler, 1220

Piwniuk, 1220

Technology advancements

Helwer, 135

Water storage, drought

Gerrard, 2488

Water supply, pumping station costs

Maloway, 2821-2822

Schuler, 2822

Wharton, 2822

Wetland protection

Michaleski, 878

Agritechnica conference

Eichler, 24

Lagimodiere, 24

AIDS/HIV. See World AIDS Day

Air ambulance services

Landing certification, runway length

Maloway, 2166

Schuler, 2166

Privatization concerns

Lindsey, 637

Schuler, 637-638

Safety and maintenance

Klassen, 2954

Schuler, 2954

Air quality monitoring--St. Boniface

Equipment failure concerns

Altemeyer, 3219-3220

Squires, 3219-3220

Independent evaluation request

Altemeyer, 3220

Squires, 3220

Air Services

Privatization concerns

Fontaine, 3481

Friesen, 3481

Privatization costs

Maloway, 2166-2167

Schuler, 2166-2167

Privatization inquiry

Klassen, 2954-2955

Lindsey, 1017, 1664-1665

Schuler, 1017, 1664-1665, 2954-2955

Proposal costs, request for

Friesen, 1735-1736

Lindsey, 1735-1736

Request for proposal (consultant)

Maloway, 2165-2167

Schuler, 2165-2167

Staff losses

Maloway, 2168-2170

Schuler, 2168-2170

Airports. See Shoal Lake

Drug trafficking prevention--Island Lake

Goertzen, 923

Klassen, 922-923

Northern Manitoba

Lathlin, 1319-1321

Schuler, 1319-1321

Airports--Northern Manitoba

Local responsibility

Lathlin, 1308-1309

Schuler, 1308-1309

Akinbolaji, Yisa. See Members' statements

Al Ismaeil, Mays. See Members' statements

Alcohol abuse. See Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD)

Alert Ready system

Public awareness test

A. Smith, 1020

Gerrard, 2003

Maloway, 2002-2003

Schuler, 1020, 2002

Upgrades to

Schuler, 1041

Algal blooms

Lake Winnipeg

Gerrard, 2377

Squires, 2377

Ali, Nour. See Members' statements under Grant and award recipients

All Aboard strategy

Government intention

B. Smith, 2367

Fielding, 2367-2368

All Saints' Anglican Church

Tent city residents, re-location of

Altemeyer, 2696

Fielding, 2696-2697

All-season roads. See Wasagamack First Nation

All-weather roads. See Northern Manitoba communities

Allied Healthcare Professionals Recognition Week Act (Bill 213)

1 R

Swan, 455

2 R

Debate

A. Smith, 505-507

B. Smith, 503-505

Gerrard, 507

Isleifson, 1281-1282

Michaleski, 507

Teitsma, 501-503

Opening statement

Swan, 497-499

Questions

A. Smith, 500

B. Smith, 499-500

Fletcher, 499-500

Gerrard, 500

Michaleski, 500

Swan, 499-501

Teitsma, 499, 501

C 3/R

Swan, 2529

R/A

Filmon, 2847

Consultations

Swan, 499

Teitsma, 499

Allum, James (Fort Garry-Riverview) NDP

Addiction

Social determinant of health, 3505

Advisory Committee on Advanced Education

Attendance at, 406-408

Elimination of, 2174-2176

Ag Safety Week, 523

Agriculture Awareness Day, 757-758

Apprenticeships

Budget for, 1928

Basic personal tax credit

Exemption increase, 698

Belmonte, Susan, 291

Boards, Committees, Councils and Commissions Streamlining Act (Various Acts Amended or Repealed) (Bill 10)

2 R

Debate, 405-409

Questions, 402-405

Consultations, 402, 406

Number eliminated, 405

Book Publishing Tax Credit

One year extension, 3875, 3882-3883

Review of, 3883

Brandon University

Healthy Living Centre, 1721

Budget 2018

Basic personal tax credit

Exemption increase, 698

New schools, 699

Budget Debate, 697-700

Budget Implementation and Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2018 (Bill 34)

Committee of the Whole

Opening statement, 3635

Questions, 3637-3638, 3870-3876, 3882-3888, 3940-3950

Opening statement, 3635

Tabling timeline, 3637-3638

Bureau de l'Úducation franšaise

Assistant Deputy Minister position, 3262

Campus Manitoba, 2179-2180

Canada-Manitoba Labour Market Development Agreement, 1928

Canadian Free Trade Agreement

Local worker protection, 110-111

Cannabis legalization

Revenue vs. expenditures, 744-747

Carbon pricing revenue

Government plan for, 730

Caregiver Advisory Committee

Dissolution of, 409

Certified Occupations Act

Repeal of, reason for, 1925-1926

Training standards, changes to, 1928

Child Care Centre Development Tax Credit

Consultations, 3885, 3943

Cost projections, 3884-3885, 3943

Home-based facilities eligibility, 3945

Non-profit eligibility, 3944

Public sector workplaces, 3945

Child-care

Federal bilateral agreement, 3946

Spaces, use of tax credits, 3885

Churchill Wild

Tourism award, 383

Civil Service

Staff reduction, 728

Commission of Conservation, 3894

Committee of Supply

Concurrence Motion, 2840-2845

Interim Supply

Opening statements, 727-728

Questions, 728-730, 736-739, 744-750, 808-817

Community organizations

Application process timeline, 2843

Community Places Program

Application process timeline, 2843

Community Services Council board funding, 2845

Community Services Council

Board funding, 2845

Condolence, motions of

Evans, Laurie, 3825

Evans, Leonard, 3829-3830

Crown Lands Amendment Act (Improved Management of Community Pastures and Agricultural Crown Lands) (Bill 35)

2 R

Debate, 3604-3605, 3830-3832

Consultations, 3832

Crown land leases, corporate monopolies, 3605

Point system, 3605

Point system, criteria for, 3831

Young farmers, limited access for, 3605

Young farmers, point system, 3831

Crown Services revenue

Budget 2018, 809-812

Early Learning and Child Building Fund, 3945-3946

Economic development strategy

Government plan, request for, 45-46, 728-729

Education and Training Department

Estimates

Speakers, 1925-1929, 2174-2179

Education Property Tax Credit

Mobile home owners

Rebate eligibility, 3871-3872

Employment and Income Assistance (EIA)

Residential school settlements, 1417

Families Department

Estimates

Speakers, 1415-1418

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day Act (Bill 230)

C/3R, 4086-4088

Fiscal Performance Review

KPMG report, 318

Fishing industry

Northwest Area Water Supply project

Invasive species, 2133

French language services

Health care, 3262

Government Notices Modernization Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 8)

2 R

Debate, 370-374

Questions, 367-370

R/S Amdt

Clause 10, 4077-4078

Clause 14, 4077-4078

Clause 27, 4077-4078

Internet access--Northern Manitoba, 372

Public notice, newspapers, 367, 368, 370-373

Request to withdraw, 1429-1430

Greenhouse gas emissions

Government vehicle fleet reduction, 3943

Growth, Enterprise and Trade Department

Estimates

Speakers, 1181182

Health Sustainability and Innovation Review

KPMG report, 318-319, 373

Health-care services

French language, 3262

Hunting, night

Premier's comments, 3054-3055

Indigenous and Northern Relations Department

Deputy minister, hiring of, 2205

Estimates

Speakers, 2205-2213

Vacancy rate, 2206

Indigenous communities

Hunting, shared management, 3033, 3053-3054

Infrastructure spending

Government promise, 736

International Joint Commission

Red River Valley Water Supply Project, 2137

Transboundary water projects, 2132

Labour market

Transfer agreement, 1963

Labour, precarious

Government plan, 1181-1182

Legislative Assembly Amendment Act (Member Changing Parties) (Bill 4)

2 R

Questions, 263-265

Livestock and farm buildings

Increase in, 748

Repeal of fire prevention code, 255

Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Biodiesel and organics, 3949

Manitoba Conservation Officers Recognition Day Act (Bill 201)

2 R

Debate, 3894-3896

Manitoba Housing and Renewal Corporation

Criminal activity reporting, 1416

Pest control (bed bugs), 1415

Security services

Staffing and budget, 1416, 1418

Manitoba Hydro

Metis Federation proposal, 2207-2212

Rate affordability, 1565

Revenue projections, 810-811

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries

Revenue from, 748

Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF)

Manitoba Hydro proposal, 2207-2212

Manitoba's affordability

Budget 2018, 815-816

Manitoba's Post-Secondary Education Strategy: A Partnership for Excellence and Student Success, 407-408, 2175

Members' statements

Belmonte, Susan, 291

Government Notices Modernization Act, 1212

Graffiti Art Programming, 2685-2686

Lawsuit against Parker wetlands protesters, 3209-3210

National Nurses Week, 1938

Preservation of City of Winnipeg Archives, 3697-3698

Mental health and addiction

Youth services need, 3505-3506

Midwives, training

Program update, 2178

Ministerial statements

Ag Safety Week, 523

Agriculture Awareness Day, 757-758

Canadian Free Trade Agreement, 110-111

Churchill Wild receives tourism award, 383

Municipal Road and Bridge Program

Request to restore funding, 3907-3908

Municipalities

Government relations, 738-739

Neighbourhoods Alive!

Budget inquiry, 2840-2841

New Home Warranty Act

Timeline for implementation, 195-196

Timeline for legislation, 153

Northwest Area Water Supply project

Federal/provincial position, 2134

Invasive species, fishing industry impact, 2133

OmniTRAX

Complaint against, 92-93

Opposition Day Motion

That the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba condemn the Provincial Government for its inaction during the methamphetamine crisis in Manitoba, 3504-3506

Oral Questions

Economic development strategy

Request for government plan, 45-46

Home Warranty Act

Timeline for legislation, 153

Legislation regarding government notices

Request to withdraw bills, 1429-1430

Livestock and farm buildings

Repeal of fire prevention code, 255

New Home Warranty Act

Timeline for implementation, 195-196

Public service workers

Employment loss concerns, 21-22

Public Services Sustainability Act

Request to withdraw Bill 28, 3312

Small Class Size Initiative

Request to restore, 3313

Watershed protection legislation

Resources for nutrient load management, 300-301

Petitions

Access to health care, 160-161, 200, 256, 302, 361-362, 396, 437

Affordable housing, 3108

Bill 16-suggested amendments, 3418-3419

Education tax rebate, 3593

Misericordia Urgent Care Centre-revers closure decision, 3489, 3530-3531

The Pas primary care centre funding, 3144

Rural health care, 3189

Tina Fontaine-public inquiry, 2826, 3051, 3632-3633, 3710, 3747-3748

University of Winnipeg-campus safety, 1173, 1225-1226

Planning Amendment Act (Improving Efficiency in Planning) (Bill 19)

2 R

Debate, 1624

Questions, 1627-1628

Livestock operations

Conditional use designation, elimination of, 1624, 1627, 1628

Points of Order

P/O by Allum regarding use of potential unparliamentary language, 1177

Pooled Registered Pension Plans

Update, 817

Post-secondary education

Advisory committee creation, 2177

Campus Manitoba, 2179, 2180

Strategy, creation of, 2178

Primary Caregiver Tax Credit

Budgeted amount, 3948

Changes to, 3947

Flat rate, 3885

Public service

Government relations, 3895

Public service employees

Employment loss concerns, 21-22

Public Services Sustainability Act

Request to repeal Bill 28, 3312

Public transit services

Electric buses, 3943

Fare increase, 93-94, 93-944, 3908

Municipal funding agreement, 3566-3567, 3940

Rapid transit

Government position, 3941-3942

Recreational facilities

Funding for--south Winnipeg, 2575

Investment in, 2574

Red River Valley Water Supply Project

Federal/provincial position, 2134

International Joint Commission review, 2137

Residential school settlements

EIA recipients, 1417

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Protecting Tenants from Rising Utility Costs) (Bill 222)

2 R

Questions, 1563-1565

Older buildings, tenant protections, 1563

Utility upgrade costs, responsibility for, 1564

Resolutions

Celebrating a new school in Brandon

Debate, 1720-1722

Questions, 1713-1714

Celebrating Freedom Road

Questions, 1993

Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

Debate, 3169-3171

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Association of Manitoba Municipalities

Debate, 3907-3909

Protect Manitoba waterways from transboundary water projects

Debate, 2136-2137

Questions, 2132-2134

Protecting and promoting french language services

Debate, 3261-3263

Provincial government cuts to education hurt Manitoba students

Debate, 1289-1291

Recognizing Lyme Disease awareness and prevention

Debate, 2649, 2982-2984

Restore public transit funding for municipalities

Debate, 3565-3567

Restorative Justice Advisory Council

Dissolution of, 403, 408-409

School construction

Budget 2018, 699

Skills and Employment Partnerships

Deleted positions, 1929

Small Class Size Initiative

Request to restore, 3313

Sport, Culture and Heritage Department

Estimates

Opening statements, 2574-2575

Speakers, 2575

Sustainable Watersheds Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 7)

2 R

Debate, 315-320

Nutrient level reporting timeline, 317-318

Nutrient load management, resources for, 300-301

Throne Speech

Debate, 77, 91-95

Transboundary water projects

International Joint Commission, 2132

Trucking industry

Training, long-term plans, 1927

Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Recommendations, 3376

Tuition Fee Income Tax Rebate

Elimination of, 1148

University of Manitoba Students' Union Amendment Act (Bill 300)

2 R

Debate, 870, 1147-1148

Urban Development Initiative

Budget inquiry, 2842

Wildlife Amendment Act (Safe Hunting and Shared Management) (Bill 29)

2 R

Debate, 3032-3033, 3052-3055, 3374-3377

2 R

Debate, 3032-3033, 3052-3055, 3374-3377

Co-management, Indigenous communities, 3033, 3053-3054

Consultations, Indigenous communities, 3054

Duty-to-consult, 3053, 3375-3376

Night hunting, Premier's comments, 3054-3055

Shared management committee, 3376

Altemeyer, Rob (Wolseley) NDP

2020 Biodiversity Goals and Targets for Canada, 2713-2714

Affordable housing

Subsidies, expiration of--federal, 2500-2501

Agape Table

Meeting with minister, 89

Resources for relocation, 89-90

Agriculture industry

Conditional-use hearings, 2671

Air quality monitoring--St. Boniface

Equipment failure concerns, 3219-3220

Independent evaluation request, 3220

All Saints' Anglican Church

Tent city residents, re-location of, 2696

Alternative Land Use Services program (ALUS)

Government plan, 873, 874

Bison Transport

Electric truck fleet, 2014-2015

Budget Debate, 622-623, 640-643

Budget Implementation and Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2018 (Bill 34)

Committee of the Whole

Questions, 3881-3882

Canada Water Week, 830

Cannabis legalization

Impaired driving legal challenges, 3723

Cap-and-trade system

Government position, 1760

Carbon pricing

Pay-as-you-save approach, 593-594

Stakeholders, impact on, 2154

University of Manitoba report, 2154-2155

Utility bills, impact on, 1562

Carbon pricing revenue

Carbon footprint reduction, 2266

Department receiving, 1758

General revenues, 1759

Green economy incentives, 2014-2015

Low-carbon economy, transition to, 536

Percentage used on climate change, 722-723

Reinvestment vs. rebate, 3784

Centre Flavie-Laurent

Funding, 3095

Clean Environment Commission

Lake Winnipeg recommendations, 2712

Climate and green plan

Reduction initiatives, 3702-3703

Climate and Green Plan Implementation Act (Bill 16)

R/S Amdt

After Clause 9(2) of Schedule A, 4036-4037

Clause 1 of Schedule A, 4022-4025

Clause 16 of Schedule B, 4039-4040

Clause 4(1) of Schedule A, 4029-4031

Clause 4(3)(b), 4022-4025

Clause 5(1), 4022

Clause 6(3), 4022-4025

Clause 7(2) of Schedule A, 4033-4034

C/3 R, 4167-4173

Climate change

Average global temperatures, 3788

Government position, 4207-4208

Climate initiatives

Money for--federal, 1753-1755

Committee of Supply

Concurrence Motion, 2624-2629, 2671-2672, 2712-2715, 2761-2768

Conservation Officers

Numbers, 2543

Staff reduction, 2974

Conservation Trust Fund

Balance of, 742

Investment amount, 876

Winnipeg Foundation, transfer to, 1750, 3881-3882

Crown corporations

Budget reduction concerns, 1664

Diabetes

Blood glucose test strips, 641

Ducks Unlimited

General comments, 876

Mitigation hierarchy approach, 2484, 2487

Wetland loss, 2480, 2483

Wetlands recommendations, 2483-2484

Earth Day, 1584

Electric vehicles

Charging stations, highways, 1368

Families Department

Estimates

Speakers, 2096-2098

Finance Department

Estimates

Speakers, 1750-1760

Fish transportation

Storage container contamination, 1021, 2374-2375, 2566, 2976

Storage container contamination, inspection agency notification, 2374

Fishery regulations

Government record, 3184-3185

Industry consultations, 432-433

Fishing industry

Northwest Area Water Supply project

Invasive species, 2133

Royalty scheme, 3317

Food supply contamination

Public reporting process, 2565

Francophone Affairs Secretariat

Funding--federal, 2221

Staffing and budget, 2221

French language education

General comments, 3095

Gordon Bell High School, 2460

Government Motion

Special Committee on Proactive Disclosure Requirements for Provincial Candidates, 543-544

That the Member for Rossmere be Deputy Chairperson of the Committees of the Whole House, 3978-3983

Green fund

Green initiatives, 2263

Maintenance, 1371-1372

Revenue, 740

Sources contributing to, 1368-1377, 1370-1371, 2223

Unallocated funds, 2224

Greenhouse gas emissions

Cumulative reduction measurements, 3788

Reduction initiatives, 3784

Reduction targets--Manitoba, 2264, 2714

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Impaired Driving Offences) (Bill 36)

2 R

Debate, 3722-3724

Highways and roads

Electric vehicle charging station, 1368

Home-care services

Privatization, 641

Hunting, night

Constitutional issues, 2230

Legal opinion on, 2922

Metis Federation proposal, 2921

Premier's comments, 2921, 3031

Impaired driving

Decrease in, 3723

Indigenous communities

Hunting, shared management, 3028

Infrastructure Department

Estimates

Speakers, 1367-1377

Interest rates

Current borrowing rate, 3881

International Compost Awareness Week, 1935-1936

International Institute for Sustainable Development

Funding, 2222

International Joint Commission

Transboundary water projects, 2132-2133

International students

Health coverage, future of, 642

Invasive species

Missouri River, invasive species in, 329, 331

Invasive Species Awareness Week Act (Bill 212)

2 R

Debate, 331-332

Questions, 329-330

C 3/R, 2272-2274

Lake Friendly Accord, 876, 2486

Lake Winnipeg

Restoration, 2542

Zebra mussels, 2132, 2133

Landfills

Carbon emissions, 1935

WRARS levy, 2231

Lyme disease

Awareness and prevention, 2648

Clinic, establishment of, 2648

Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Carbon pricing, elimination of, 3410-3411

Committee amendments, 3802-3803

Sustainable Development Innovations Fund, 2222

Manitoba Community Services Council

Funding, 2715

Manitoba Conservation Officers Recognition Day Act (Bill 201)

2 R

Debate, 2975-2977

Questions, 2973-2974

Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation

Wetland projects, 311

Manitoba Hydro

Rate affordability, 1565

Rate increase, Rent Assist benefit, 1564

Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF)

Night hunting proposal, 2921

Members' statements

Action on climate change, 3841

Agape Table, 915

Clean Air Day, 2851-2852

Dolin, Marty, 560-561

Poverty reduction, 3581

Renters in Manitoba, 1884

Skull, Arlene, retirement of, 2460

Taylor, Sharon, 1589

West Broadway Youth Outreach, 113

Wilderness protection areas, 3130-3131

World Environment Day, 2812-2813

Mining and mineral industry

Mining operation--Nopiming Provincial Park

Moose habitat, impact on, 2378-2379

Ministerial statements

Canada Water Week, 830

Earth Day, 1584

International Compost Awareness Week, 1935-1936

Red tape reduction act, 626

Moose habitat

Mining operation impact--Nopiming Provincial Park, 2378-2379

Municipalities

Water treatment plants

Foreign invasive species, 2130

Natural protected areas

Government record, 3317

Netley-Libau Marsh

Dredging project, 877

New Flyer Industries, 1002-1003

No-net-loss-of-wetlands, 2480-2481

Nopiming Provincial Park

Mining operation

Moose habitat, impact on, 2378-2379

Northern Walleye

Licence suspension inquiry, 2768

Minister, meeting with, 2767

Timely payments to fishers, 2376, 2580, 2767, 2859-2860, 2906-2907

Northwest Area Water Supply project

Environmental impact, 2273

Environmental impact research, 2132

Federal/provincial position, 2134

Government response to, 2273, 2766

International Joint Commission review, 2131, 2767

Invasive species, 331-332, 643, 2130, 2976

Invasive species, fishing industry impact, 2133

Legal dispute--Manitoba, 2955-2956

Missouri-Red River merger, 2130

Municipal water treatment plants, 2130

Negative impacts of, 1367

Water treatment plans, 2274

Nuclear facility--Pinawa

Decommissioning of, 2378

Opposition Day Motion

That the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba condemn the Provincial Government for misleading the House and Manitobans regarding the recommendations of the VIRGO consulting report regarding addiction and mental health, 2323-2324

Oral Questions

Agape Table

Meeting with minister, 89

Resources for relocation, 89-90

Air quality monitoring (St. Boniface)

Equipment failure concerns, 3219-3220

Independent evaluation request, 3220

All Saints' Anglican Church

Location of tent city residents, 2696

Carbon pricing revenue

Incentives for green economy, 2014-2015

Percentage used on climate change, 722-723

Transition to low-carbon economy, 536

Carbon tax plan

Impact on stakeholders, 2154

University of Manitoba report, 2154-2155

Climate and green plan

Committee amendments, 3802-3803

Request for reduction initiatives, 3702-3703

Climate change

Government position, 4207-4208

Contamination of food supply

Public reporting process, 2565

Crown corporations

Budget reduction concerns, 1664

Fish supply

Safety concerns, 1021

Fishers in the Interlake

Timely payment requirements, 2859-2860

Fishing industry

Royalty scheme, 3317

Timely payment requirements, 2906-2907

Fishing industry regulations

Government record, 3184-3185

Interlake fisheries case concern

Storage container contamination, 2566

Manitoba's carbon pricing plan

Pay-as-you-save approach, 593-594

Manitoba's climate plan

Removal of carbon pricing, 3410-3411

Natural protected areas

Government record, 3317

New fishery regulations

Industry consultations, 432-433

North Dakota water diversion project

Manitoba's legal dispute, 2955-2956

Pineland Forest Nursery

Sale of company, 1941-1942

Planning Amendment Act

Health and environmental concerns, 2345-2346

Power Smart Program

Public education program, 1663

Presenters at committee

Timeline for presentations, 3702

Provincial affordable housing units

Expiration of federal housing subsidies, 2500-2501

Public transit funding

Ministers' salaries, 1595-1596

Red River Valley Water Supply Project

Government position, 122

Invasive species, 157, 390-391

Rent Assist Program

Funding reduction concerns, 1305-1306

Sale of social housing units

Government intention, 2415-2416

Solar energy industry

Government position, 1892

Transit authorities

Municipal loans, 1596

Transit services

BITSA funding, 3317-3318

Personal-care homes

Need for, 641

Petitions

Access to health care, 161-162, 200-201, 302-303, 362, 396-397, 437, 473, 538, 571-572

Pineland Forest Nursery

Sale of company, 1941-1942

Planning Amendment Act (Bill 200)

2 R

Debate, 1982-1984

Questions, 1980-1982

Association of Manitoba Municipalities, position of, 1979

Development permits, timeline for withholding, 1983-1984

Planning Amendment Act (Improving Efficiency in Planning) (Bill 19)

Health and environmental concerns, 2345-2346

Livestock operations

Conditional use designation, elimination of, 2624-2627, 2671

Polar bear park

Update, 2712

Power Smart Program

Public education program, 1663

Primary Caregiver Tax Credit

Elimination of, 641

Public Schools Amendment Act (No Disclosure Without Consent) (Bill 224)

2 R

Debate, 3384-3386

Questions, 3381-3383

Public service employees

Wage freeze, 2977

Public transit authorities

Municipal loans, 1596

Public transit services

BITSA funding, 3317-3318

Electric buses, 998

Electric buses, transition to, 1001

Fare increase, 997, 1002

Ministers' salaries, 1595-1596

Municipal funding agreement, 1002

Replacement buses, cost of, 1001

Quarry mining

Conditional-use hearings, 2671

Technical review, 2671

QuickCare clinics

Closure of, 641

Red River Basin Commission, 2131

Red River Valley water supply Project

Government position, 122

Red River Valley Water Supply Project

Federal/provincial position, 2134

Government position, 122, 2764-2767

Invasive species, 157, 390-391, 2976

Water treatment process, 2131

Rent Assist benefit

Funding concerns, 1562

Hydro rates, 1564

Rent Assist Program

Funding reduction concerns, 1305-1306

Rent Supplement program, 2098

Rental properties

Upgrades, incentives for, 1562-1563

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Protecting Tenants from Rising Utility Costs) (Bill 222)

1 R, 1531

2 R

Opening statement, 1561-1563

Questions, 1563-1565

Consultations, 1564

Older buildings, tenant protections, 1563

Reasonable upgrades, definition of, 1563, 1564

Utility upgrade costs, responsibility for, 1564

Resolutions

Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

Debate, 3166-3168

Immediate action needed on climate change

Debate, 3787-3789

Questions, 3784-3786

Protect Manitoba waterways from transboundary water projects

Opening statement, 2129-2132

Questions, 2132-2134

Protecting and promoting french language services

Debate, 3094-3095

Protecting Manitoba's lakes, rivers and communities

Questions, 2541-2543

Recognition of wetland importance

Debate, 875-877

Questions, 873-875

Recognizing Lyme Disease awareness and prevention

Debate, 2647-2649

Relaxation of federal immigration rules for the seniors live-in-family caregivers

Questions, 4095

Restore public transit funding for municipalities

Debate, 1001-1003

Questions, 997-998

Riverbank stabilization

Responsibility for, 2373

Social housing units

Construction projects, 2096-2098

Sale of, government intention, 2415-2416

Solar energy industry

Government position, 1892

South St. Boniface Residents Association, 2851

Special drug program

Elimination of, 640

St. Boniface

Air quality monitoring

Equipment failure concerns, 3219-3220

Industrial pollution, 2541-2542

St. Martin channel

Zebra mussel larva, 2373

Standing Committees

Timeline for presentations, 3702

Sustainable Development Department

Climate Change and Air Quality

Budget reduction, 2220

Estimates

Opening statements, 2188-2190

Speakers, 2190-2191, 2216-2225, 2263-2266, 2373-2376, 2378-2379, 2580-2581

Membership subscriptions, elimination of, 2220

Staffing, FTE reduction, 2216

Vacancy rate, 2217-2219, 2263

Sustainable Development Innovations Fund

Budget for 2018, 1752

Climate and green plan, move to, 2222

Sustainable Watersheds Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 7)

2 R

Debate, 312-314

Questions, 309-312

R/S Amdt

Clause 33, 2477

Clause 67, 2478-2480

C 3/R, 2482-2487

Ecological services, government priorities, 310

Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corp. wetland projects, 311

Mitigation hierarchy approach, 2484, 2487

Municipal partnership, 2484

Nutrient level data reporting, 2483, 2485-2486

Nutrient level reporting timeline, 311-312, 313-314

Provincial parks, inclusion of, 2484

Regulations, public consultation on, 2483

Seasonal, semi-permanent, permanent wetlands

Classification system, 310

Watershed district projects funded, 312

Watershed districts, drainage applications, 312

Transboundary water projects

International Joint Commission, 2132-2133

Transboundary water threats, 2486

Trucking industry

Green transition, 2014-2015

West Broadway Youth Outreach, 113

Wetlands

Carbon sink, 2485

Flood protection, 876

Loss of, 876, 2480, 2483

Nutrient load, 876

Wilderness protection areas, 2713

Wildlife Amendment Act (Safe Hunting and Shared Management) (Bill 29)

2 R

Debate, 3027-3031

Questions, 2920-2923

Co-management, Indigenous communities, 3028

Constitutional issues, 2230

Constitutional rights, 3029

Consultations, Indigenous communities, 2920, 3030

Legal opinion, 2923

Night hunting, legal opinion, 2922

Night hunting, MMF proposal, 2921

Night hunting, Premier's comments, 2921, 3031

Shared management committee, 3028-3029

Timeline for passing legislation, 2921

Treaty rights, 3030

Winnipeg Foundation

Annual rate of return for, 742

Conservation Trust Fund monies, 1750, 3881-3882

Investment direction inquiry, 1751

Public money, use of, 743

Zebra mussels

Larva--St. Martin channel, 2373

Alternative Land Use Services program (ALUS)

Gerrard, 323

Government plan

Altemeyer, 873, 874

Lagimodiere, 873, 874

Green plan pilot project--RM of Blanshard

Wishart, 3792

Nesbitt, 321-322

Altilia, Father Leonard. See Members' statements

Alzheimer's disease. See Members' statements

Ambulance services. See also Members' statements

City of Winnipeg, funding source

Goertzen, 1848-1851

Swan, 1848-1851

Closure--Boissevain

Gerrard, 1470

Goertzen, 1470-1471

Fee reduction

Cox, 788, 3559

Fielding, 185

Goertzen, 965

Isleifson, 1281-1282

LagassÚ, 3998

Morley-Lecomte, 655, 3561

Nesbitt, 76, 3997

Pallister, 852

Swan, 3556

Wishart, 3556

Full-time paramedic positions

Reyes, 212, 648

Municipal control

Goertzen, 1783

Swan, 1783

Municipal funding agreement

Fontaine, 297-298

Goertzen, 194-195, 247-248, 297-298

Kinew, 222, 246-247

Selinger, 209

Swan, 194-195

Rural Manitoba

Michaleski, 3999

Station closures--Westman and Parkland region

Kinew, 2338-2339

Update--Grandview

Gerrard, 983

Goertzen, 983-984

Wait time fines

Goertzen, 1851

Swan, 1851

Ambulance services--rural

Patients' distance from stations

Gerrard, 1597

Goertzen, 1597

Anaerobic digesters

Hog industry

Smook, 143

ANAVET Unit No. 10. See Members' statements

Angiography. See Diagnostic Centre of Excellence

Animal Care Act

Michaleski, 2884

Animal Care Amendment Act (Dog Breeding and Exotic Animals) (Bill 227)

1 R

Fontaine, 2143

Animal rescue

Gerrard, 2885-2886

Animal Shelter and Rescue Awareness Day Act (Bill 228)

1 R

Fontaine, 2143

2 R

Debate

A. Smith, 2881-2883

Driedger, 3857

Gerrard, 2885-2886

Graydon, 2886-2887

Michaleski, 2883-2885

Opening statement

Fontaine, 2877-2879

Questions

A. Smith, 2879-2880

B. Smith, 2879-2880

Fontaine, 2879-2880

Graydon, 2879

Michaleski, 2879

Micklefield, 2880

C 3/R

Fontaine, 4160-4161

Gerrard, 4161

R/A

Filmon, 4244

Consultations

Fontaine, 2879-2880

Graydon, 2879

Animal welfare protection

Budget reduction concerns

Eichler, 1503

T. Marcelino, 1503

Staff reduction concerns

Eichler, 1668

T. Marcelino, 1667-1668

Animals, companion. See Companion animal breeding facilities

Anishinabe Place of Hope

F. Marcelino, 112

Anseeuw, Jamie. See Members' statements under 2018 Paralympic Curling Champions

Anti-semitism. See Tree of Life Synagogue

Anti-theft and anti-gang programs

Dissolution of strategies

Fontaine, 389

Stefanson, 389-390

Apprenticeship and Certification Board

Annual report 2017-2018

Goertzen, 3797

Apprenticeships

Budget for

Allum, 1928

Wishart, 1928

Education Department, inclusion in

Wishart, 2175

Re-engagement strategy

Wishart, 2036

registrations, number of

Wiebe, 1964

Wishart, 1964-1965

Seats purchased, number of

Wiebe, 1965

Wishart, 1965

STEP students, number of

Wiebe, 1970

Wishart, 1970

Tracking system

Wiebe, 1965-1967

Wishart, 1965-1968

Training seats available

Wiebe, 2035

Wishart, 2035-2036

Unfilled seats, reasons for

Wiebe, 1968-1969

Wishart, 1968-1970

Appropriation Act, 2018 (Bill 31)

1 R

Fielding, 3608

2 R

Fielding, 3608-3609

C 3/R

Fielding, 3611-3613

R/A

Filmon, 3613

Aquatic invasive species spread

Public awareness and enforcement campaign

Lagimodiere, 3707

Squires, 3707

Arenas. See Recreational facilities; specific facilities

Argyle Fall Supper

Eichler, 290

Art of Good Food. See Members' statements under NorWest Co-op

Ash, Bonnie. See Members' statements

Asian Heritage Month. See Members' statements

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

Children in care position

Fontaine, 2519

Gerrard, 2521

Assiniboine Community College. See also Members' statements

Annual report, 2016-2017

Wishart, 381

Operating grant

Wiebe, 2112

Wishart, 2112

Assiniboine Food Forest

Isleifson, 80

Assiniboine Park Conservatory. See Members' statements

F. Marcelino, 924

Assiniboine River Basin Initiative

Lagimodiere, 321

Nesbitt, 321

Association of Manitoba Municipalities. See also Members' statements; Resolutions

Convention

Nesbitt, 3900

Harassment policy consultations

Klassen, 3778

Teitsma, 3778

Asylum seekers. See also Matter of Urgent Public Importance

Lateral movement of

Wishart, 3261

Response to

Wishart, 3192

Auditor General's Report

Follow-up of Previously Issued Recommendations, March 2018

Driedger, 793

Aurora Recovery Centre

Fletcher, 3508

Autism. See Members' statements under World Autism Awareness Day

Auto Theft Suppression Strategy

Dissolution of program

Fontaine, 3136

Stefanson, 3136-3137

Automobile Injury Compensation Appeal Commission

Annual report 2017-2018

Cullen, 3577

Automobiles/motor vehicles

Snowmobile registration stickers

Elimination of

B. Smith, 3440-3441

Theft prevention

Engine ignition suppression

Maloway, 1555

Aviation fuel

Carbon pricing exemption

Fielding, 3938

Wiebe, 3938

Aviation Week

Klassen, 833

Maloway, 832-833

Schuler, 832

 

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