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Legislative Assembly Officers & Staff

 

Members of the Legislative Assembly

 

Members of Executive Council

 

Standing & Special Committee Chairpersons

 

Specified & Designated Bills

 

A

A Little Bit of Warm

Schuler, 1757-1758

AAA Bantam 2 Warriors. See Members' statements

Aboriginal Issues Committee of Cabinet

Swan, 1595

Aboriginal Justice Inquiry

Fontaine, 1376-1377

Abortion services. See also Members' statements; Mifegymiso; Safe Access to Abortion Services

Buffer zones around facilities

Fontaine, 431, 433, 677

Smith, B., 433

Harassment at facilities

Fontaine, 432

Gerrard, 436

Minister's position

Fontaine, 1899

Squires, 1899

Other jurisdictions

Fontaine, 432, 433

Gerrard, 433, 435

Protests and freedom of expression

Cullen, 434

Fontaine, 433

Nesbitt, 433

Right to

Fontaine, 1929

Role of protests

Cullen, 434, 435

Fontaine, 433

Nesbitt, 433

Support for legislation request

Cullen, 91-92

Fontaine, 91-92

Pallister, 92

ACCESS program/bursary. See also Petitions

Dismantling of

Smith, B., 976

Funding

Goertzen, 862-863, 1859-1860, 1860-1861

Kinew, 862-863, 1859-1860

Smith, B., 1860-1861

General comments

Smith, B., 921

Accueil Kateri Centre. See Members' statements

Adao, Jr., Jaime

Condolences

Goertzen, 724-725

Lamoureux, 725

Marcelino, F., 483, 724, 1825

Addiction. See also Mental health and addiction

Harm reduction strategies

Friesen, 1237-1238

Kinew, 1237-1238

HIV/AIDS cases

Kinew, 1896-1897

Pallister, 1897-1898

Needle use increase

Kinew, 470

Violent crime increase

Marcelino, F., 1825

Swan, 799

Addiction treatment facilities

Funding

Fletcher, 888

Regulations

Fletcher, 120

Addiction treatment services

Funding and wait times

Lamont, 581-583

Pallister, 581-583

Funding--federal

Friesen, 299

Swan, 299

General comments

Wiebe, 107

Greater access to

Lagimodiere, 35

Harm reduction resources

Kinew, 662-663

Pallister, 662-664

Investments needed

Fontaine, 580-581

Friesen, 580-581

Provincial spending on

Kinew, 1029-1030

Pallister, 1030

Request for government plan

Kinew, 1286-1287

Pallister, 1286-1287

Revenue from cannabis sales

Wiebe, 108

Affordability--Manitoba

Cost-of-living

Marcelino, F., 231

Affordable housing

Funding available--federal

Altemeyer, 909

Government record

Altemeyer, 193, 909

Lack of

Altemeyer, 1779

Non-profit-private sector partnerships

Lagimodiere, 36

African swine fever

Threat to farm animals

Eichler, 2287

Marcelino, T., 2287

Agriculture Awareness Day

Eichler, 760

Gerrard, 761

Marcelino, T., 760-761

Agriculture industry. See also Canadian Agricultural Safety Week; Resolutions under Removing educational land tax on farm and agricultural land

4R stewardship

Gerrard, 117

Carbon tax exemption (fuel)

Fielding, 1307

Fuel tax provision--Saskatchewan

Fielding, 1305-1306

Swan, 1305-1306

Greenhouse gas emissions

Gerrard, 224

Nitrous oxide emissions

Gerrard, 224

Phosphate supply

Wishart, 1278

Regenerative agriculture conference

Altemeyer, 1281

Research, importance of

Gerrard, 1279-1280

School tax

Graydon, 780

Value-added investments

Pallister, 790

Air ambulance service. See also Lifeflight Air Ambulance

Death of patient, critical incident report

Gerrard, 304

Pallister, 304

Airline industry. See Official Time Amendment Act (Daylight Saving Time Abolished)

Airports

Emergency evacuations--Wasagamack First Nation

Gerrard, 945

Snow-clearing--Northern Manitoba

Lindsey, 564

Alcohol. See Liquor

Alert Ready

System testing

Klassen, 202

Maloway, 201-202

Schuler, 201

Alibin Group. See Ministerial statements under Max's Restaurant

Allum, James (Fort Garry-Riverview) NDP

Brandon University

Government investment record, 1823

Budget 2019

Health-care services, 884

Budget Implementation and Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2019 (Bill 16)

2 R

Debate, 1136-1142

Business Registration, Supervision and Ownership Transparency Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 22)

2 R

Debate, 1819-1825

Co-operatives, superintendent advisory role, 1820

Extraprovincial limited partnership category, 1820

Shareholder voting rights disclosure, 1820

Canada Day

Fixed statutory holiday, 1777

Carbon tax

Provincial legal challenge, 1141

Climate change

Action on climate change, 1823-1824

General comments, 883

Education system

Funding at rate of economic growth, 882

Election campaign financing

Rebate elimination, 1138

Elections/by-elections

Candidates, diversity of, 1139

Federal equalization payments

Increase in, 1140

Federal/provincial relations, 1140

Fred Tipping Place, 575

Health-care services

Budget 2019, 884

Interim Appropriation Act, 2019 (Bill 28)

2 R

Debate, 879-884

Liquor sales

Privatization concerns, 1950

Public/private distribution, 1949

Manitoba Conservation Officers Recognition Day Act (Bill 207)

C/3 R, 2160-2162

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries

Privatization intention, 1948

Matters of Grievance

Regarding breaking the election law by calling an early election, 1980-1982

Members of the Legislative Assembly

Farewell speech, 2344-2345

Members' statements

Fred Tipping Place, 575

Frost, Matthew, 1284-1285

Schur, Danny, 2126-2127

Woodcroft, Reverend Geoffrey, 159-160

Minor Amendments and Corrections Act, 2019 (Bill 24)

2 R

Debate, 1609-1611, 1775-1778

Bill briefing, 1610-1611

Canada Day

Fixed statutory holiday, 1777

Path to Reconciliation Act changes

Annual report tabling requirements, 1777

Municipal Amendment Act (Strengthening Codes of Conduct for Council Members) (Bill 2)

C/3 R, 2343-2345

Cities of Winnipeg/Brandon not included, 2343

Municipalities

Transit funding agreement, 1137

Omnibus bills, 1776

Opposition Day Motion

Stating that on the 100th anniversary of the 1919 General Strike the Provincial Government commemorate labour rights by taking the following steps: promote unionization; collective bargaining; a living wage; and safe working conditions, 1927-1928

Petitions

Addictions services-Brandon and western Manitoba, 54, 98, 132, 306-307, 367, 408-409, 458-459

Early learning and child-care programs, 1073, 1123-1124, 1162, 1207-1208, 1246-1247, 1410-1411, 1461-1462, 1536, 1587, 1630, 1677-1678, 1771-1772, 1814-1815, 1867-1868, 1907, 1919-1920, 1976-1977, 2037, 2080, 2119-2120, 2140-2141, 2188-2189, 2227, 2288

Post-secondary education

Government record, 1822

Presumption of Death and Declaration of Absence Act and Amendments to The Insurance Act (Bill 226)

2 R

Debate, 1646-1648

Protecting Communications on Public Interest Matters Act (Court of Queen's Bench Act and Defamation Act Amended) (Bill 219)

1 R, 2101

Provincial deficit

Auditor General's assessment, 882

Provincial Nominee Program fee

Revenues from, 1824

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Bill 19)

2 R

Debate, 1370-1371

Questions, 1369

Legal appeals, 1369, 1370

Resolutions

Crown corporations should stay public and affordable

Questions, 1948-1950

Livestock education

Questions, 1274

Reducing the PST

Debate, 1656-1658

Winnipeg General Strike

Debate, 1565-1567

Schools

New construction, 882

Social housing

Fred Tipping Place, 575

Taxation

Importance of, 1139

Throne Speech

Debate, 154-156, 173-175

Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Education framework, 1777

Winnipeg General Strike

Commemoration, 1823

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (Bill 224)

2 R

Questions, 1735-1736

Chronic stress, sexual harassment, 1735

Consultations, 1736

Jurisdictional comparison, 1735

Workforce

Labour legislation, 881

Workplace safety and health

Chronic stress, sexual harassment, 1735

Altemeyer, Rob (Wolseley) NDP

Affordable housing

Funding available--federal, 909

Government record, 193, 909

Lack of, 1779

Agriculture industry

Regenerative agriculture conference, 1281

Alternative Land Use Services program (ALUS), 196

Budget 2019 debate, 688-693

Budget Implementation and Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2019 (Bill 16)

2 R

Debate, 908-913

Business Registration, Supervision and Ownership Transparency Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 22)

2 R

Debate, 1832-1837

Co-operatives, separate registrar functions, 1832

Canada Day

Fixed statutory holiday, 1780

Carbon emission reduction, 691

Carbon tax

Provincial legal challenge, 1656

Child care

Publicly supported, 193

Wait list, number on, 1778

Wait times for, 910

Women's workforce participation--Quebec, 692-693

Climate change

Carbon emission reduction, 691

Forest fires, 2265

Government position, 194

Government record, 692

Science-based policy, 962-963

Co-operatives

Housing model, 1832-1833

Institutional knowledge sharing, 1833

Value of, 1832

Conflict of interest

Premier's business interests, 1836

Conservation officers

Lake Winnipeg, removal from, 2159

Training and duties, 2159

Conservation Officers Act

Passage of, 2159

Conservation Trust

Mandate, 2269

Credit union

Special tax deduction phase out, 1833

Diversity Foods co-op, 1280-1281

Electric vehicles

Charging stations, 2270

Emergency room services

Closures, 1834-1835

Fisheries

Co-management board, dissolution of, 1781

Commercial industry consultations, 1583-1584

Flood protection

Wetlands, 911

Forest fires

Climate change, 2265

Gimli Manitoba

Development project

Marshland destruction, 870

Good Food Club, 1280

Greenheart Housing Co-op, 1832-1833

Greenhouse gas emissions

Annual reporting vs. cumulative, 1436, 1835-1836, 2265-2266, 2269

Climate change, action on, 1321-1322

Emission levels--provincial, 1439, 1778, 1836, 2268-2269

Livestock contribution, 1275, 1281

Reduction timeline, 912-913

Tall grass habitat, carbon sink, 2269

Targets--provincial, 1436

Health-care services

Government record, 693

Housing market

Co-operative model, 1832-1833

Invasive species

Northwest Area Water Supply project, 195-196

Lake Winnipeg

Conservation officers removed, 2159

Livestock

Greenhouse gas emissions, 1275, 1281

Manitoba Conservation Officers Recognition Day Act (Bill 207)

C/3 R, 2158-2160

Manitoba Forage and Grassland Association

Regenerative agriculture conference, 1281

Manitoba Housing

Rental increases, 193

Manitoba Hydro

Power sales--Saskatchewan, 2184, 2269

Matters of Grievance

The Member for Wolseley used his time to give a farewell speech to the Legislature, 2329-2331

Members of the Legislative Assembly

Farewell speech, 2330-2331

Members' statements

Breakfast2Go pilot program, 203-204

Co-management fishery board meeting, 1706

Early childhood education, 952-953

Sommerville, Lynne, 575-576

Methamphetamine addiction

Funding available--federal, 909, 1778

Government response, 192, 688

Minor Amendments and Corrections Act, 2019 (Bill 24)

2 R

Debate, 1778-1782

Canada Day

Fixed statutory holiday, 1780

Path to Reconciliation Act changes

Annual report tabling requirements, 1780-1781

Missing persons'

Presumption of death

Estate settling, 1650-1651

Municipal Amendment Act (Strengthening Codes of Conduct for Council Members) (Bill 2)

2 R

Debate, 381-384

Cities of Winnipeg/Brandon not included, 381-382

Regulations, enforcement, 382

Resources to support training, 381-383

Municipalities

Larviciding, provincial funding, 383

Northern Walleye Inc.

Internal investigation, 365-366

Investigation update, 53

Licence renewal inquiry, 365

Northwest Area Water Supply (NAWS)

Foreign invasive species, 195-196

Old Grace Housing Co-op, 1833

Oral Questions

Action on climate change

Greenhouse gas emissions, 1321-1322

Climate change policies

Science-based request, 962-963

Commercial fishing industry

Consultations concerns, 1583-1584

Development in Gimli

Marshland destruction, 870

Development of silica sand mine

Health and environmental concerns, 548-549

Hydro power sales

Saskatchewan market, 2184

New mining development

First Nations consultations, 128-129

Northern Walleye Inc.

Internal investigation, 365-366

Investigation update, 53

Licence renewal inquiry, 365

Petitions

Addictions services-Brandon and western Manitoba, 412, 459

Early learning and child-care programs, 1073-1074, 1124, 1208, 1535, 1631, 1677, 1718, 1772, 1816, 1869-1870, 1907-1908, 2036, 2080-2081, 2117, 2141, 2191, 2288-2289

Lake Winnipeg commercial fisheries consultation, 1247, 1325, 1411, 1462

Police Services Amendment Act (Institutional Safety Officers) (Bill 17)

C/3 R, 1884-1888

Post-secondary education

Funding reduction, 689

Premier of Manitoba

Business interests, 1836

Presumption of Death and Declaration of Absence Act and Amendments to The Insurance Act (Bill 226)

2 R

Debate, 1649-1651

Provincial sales tax (PST), reduction, 1780

Public transit services

Electric bus fleet, 195, 692, 910-911

Fare increases, 383, 1439

Funding model (50/50), 194-195, 383, 910-911, 1781

Red River Floodway

Tall grass prairie habitat, 2269

Red tape reduction, 1779

Resolutions

Declaring an environment and climate emergency

Debate, 2268-2270

Questions, 2264-2266

Livestock education

Debate, 1280-1281

Questions, 1275

Reducing the PST

Debate, 1655-1656

Respecting Manitoba's Climate and Green Plan

Debate, 1438-1440

Questions, 1436-1437

Winnipeg General Strike

Debate, 1560-1561

Right wing authoritarianism, 689-690

Single-use plastics

Compostable products, 2258

SNC-Lavalin, 690

Social housing

Funding available--federal, 909

Government record, 909

Solar energy

Subsidy, elimination of, 194, 1439

Throne Speech

Debate, 192-196

Tuition

Increase, 689, 911-912

Tuition Fee Income Tax Rebate

Elimination of, 912

United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Emission targets, 194

Walkerton Inquiry, 195

Wanipigow Silica Sand Extraction Project

First Nations consultations, 128-129

Health and environmental concerns, 548-549, 690

Waste Reduction and Prevention Amendment Act (Reducing Single-Use Plastics) (Bill 244)

2 R

Debate, 2257-2259

Questions, 2254

Consultations, 2254

Single-use items banned, 2254

Water and waste water management

Quality monitoring, changes to, 195

Wilderness areas

Creation of, 2265

Wildlife protection areas

Percentage target, 196

Alternative Land Use Services program (ALUS)

Altemeyer, 196

Altona & District Chamber of Commerce. See Members' statements

Ambulance services

Fee reduction

Fielding, 532

Friesen, 626, 961

Isleifson, 673

Micklefield, 636-637

Morley-Lecomte, 693

Nesbitt, 682, 961

Teitsma, 625

Fees, affordability concerns

Lamoureux, 1045

Fees, cross Canada comparison

Lamoureux, 1047

Interfacility transfer fees

Lamont, 2073-2074

Pallister, 2073-2074

Rural improvements

Piwniuk, 679

Ambulances. See also Lifeflight Air Ambulance

Fleet replacement

Micklefield, 638

Morley-Lecomte, 694

Nesbitt, 682

Ames, George. See Members' statements under Volunteer George Ames and his dog Rusty

Amish community. See Members' statements under New Amish families in Vita

An Act Concerning the Leasing of 800 Adele Avenue, Winnipeg (Bill 32)

1 R

Fielding, 1893

2 R

Debate

Gerrard, 1995-1999, 2123

Lamont, 1991-1995

Lamoureux, 2123-2124

Swan, 1987-1991

Opening statement

Fielding, 1982-1984

Questions

Fielding, 1984-1987

Gerrard, 1984-1987

Lamont, 1987

Swan, 1984-1987

CFS children housed, number of

Lamont, 1992

Contract tendering practices

Lamont, 1970

Pallister, 1970

Detox facility, use for

Gerrard, 1997-1998

First Nations Southern Manitoba CFS Authority

Termination of lease agreement

Fielding, 1982-1983

Lease arrangement

Lamont, 1933

Lease holder negotiations

Fielding, 1987

Lamont, 1987

Marymound occupation

Fielding, 1985-1987

Gerrard, 1985-1987, 1998

Swan, 1990

Refugee housing

Lamont, 1993

Status of children in care

Lamont, 1969-1970

Pallister, 1970

Termination of lease agreement

Legal challenges

Gerrard, 1996-1997

New West Partnership legal compliance

Fielding, 1984-1985

Gerrard, 1996

Swan, 1984-1985, 1989

Vacancy length

Fielding, 1984

Gerrard, 1984

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

Pallister, 8-9

Anderson, Evelyne. See Members' statements

Anderson, Jordan River. See Spirit Bear Day Act

Animal Care Amendment Act (Bill 223)

1 R

Fontaine, 571

Animal Care Amendment Act (Declawing of Cats) (Bill 221)

1 R

Fontaine, 571

Apprenticeships

General comments

Swan, 326

Modernization of

Wishart, 198

Apuckalypse Now. See Members' statements

Aquatic invasive species

Helwer, 2213-2214

Archambault, Geoff and Regan. See Members' statements

Arthur E. Wright Community School

Filipino bilingual program

Reyes, 2166

Arts/culture

Anderson, Evelyne

Lamont, 617

Budget 2019 grants

Fielding, 534

Lamont, 607

Government review

Cox, 170

Marcelino, F., 170

Ham Sandwich theatre group

Lindsey, 659

Improvements, government position

Lamont, 1810

Pallister, 1811

Our Way Forward report, A. 649, Smith

Throne Speech

Cox, 169

Marcelino, F., 169

Vivier, Carole

Cox, 1447

Fontaine, 1447

Lamont, 1448

Asian Heritage Month

Cox, 1613-1614

Lamoureux, 1614

Marcelino, T., 1614

Assiniboine Community College. See also Members' statements

Annual report 2018-2018

Goertzen, 201

Association of Manitoba Municipalities

Educational land tax position

Gerard, 2012

Graydon, 2012

Astro Jimmies

Johnston, 658

Auditor General of Manitoba

Follow-up of Recommendations Report, March 2019

Driedger, 949

Autism awareness training

Police services

Cullen, 1364

Gerrard, 1364, 1367

Automation

Economy, effects on

Kinew, 592

J.R. Simplot, effect on

Lamont, 603

Automobiles/motor vehicles. See also Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Immediate Roadside Prohibitions)

Auto theft

Ignition interlock program

Maloway, 425

Safety inspections

Potential cost increase

Schuler, 495

Wiebe, 495

Avila, Corrina. See Members' statements

 

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