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CINDEX Index

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B & L Resources for Children and Youth and Families

Auditor General review

Lathlin, 125

Stefanson, 124

Bautista, Rudy

Hall of Fame inductee

Reyes, 17-18

Bear Clan Patrol

Expansion--Portage la Prairie

Cullen, 384

Wishart, 384, 1077

Needle Team

Wishart, 1077

Beaver dam removal. See also Wildlife Amendment Act (Protecting Property from Water and Wildlife Damage)

Appeal process

Brar, 620-621

Community notifications

Brar, 620-621

Consultations

Brar, 620

Bushie, 625

Johnson, 620

Damage to farm fields

Johnson, 619

Wowchuk, 619

Dispute resolution

Bushie, 624

Environmental impacts

Brar, 621

Jurisdictional issues

Bushie, 624-625

Liability to property owners

Brar, 621

Methods of removal

Brar, 621

Bushie, 625

Permit wait times

Johnson, 617-619

Lamont, 619, 623

Process involved

Brar, 620

Risks to surrounding property

Lamont, 622-623

Bibliothèque Ritchot Library Board

Schuler, 536-536

Bills

Abortion Protest Buffer Zone Act (Bill 216)

Administrative Tribunal Jurisdiction Act (Bill 32)

Advanced Education Administration Amendment Act (Bill 41)

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

Appropriation Act, 2020 (COVID-19 Response) (Bill 60)

Budget Implementation and Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2020 (Bill 34)

Building and Electrical Permitting Improvement Act (Various Acts Amended and Permit Dispute Resolution Act Enacted) (Bill 49)

Civil Service Superannuation Amendment Act (Bill 43)

Climate and Green Plan Amendment Act (Improved Climate Change Targets and Enhanced Ministerial Accountability) (Bill 203)

Climate and Green Plan Implementation Act, 2020 (Bill 35)

Conflict of Interest (Members and Ministers) and Related Amendments Act (Bill 25)

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Bill 38)

Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Amendment Act (Bill 26)

Crown Land Dispositions Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 13)

Digital Contact Tracing Advisory Council Act (Bill 215)

Drivers and Vehicles Amendment Act (Bill 20)

Election Financing Amendment and Elections Amendment Act (Government Advertising) (Bill 40)

Emergency Measures Amendment Act (Bill 54)

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Bill 55)

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Victims of Interpersonal Violence) (Bill 7)

Family Maintenance Amendment Act (Bill 56)

Fisheries Amendment, Forest Amendment and Provincial Parks Amendment Act (Bill 30)

Fuel Tax Amendment and Retail Sales Tax Amendment Act (Bill 62)

Health Services Insurance Amendment Act (Personal Care Home Guidelines) (Bill 212)

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Control of Traffic by Flag Persons) (Bill 27)

Horse Racing Regulatory Modernization Act (Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Control Act and Pari-Mutuel Levy Act Amended) (Bill 39)

Human Rights Code Amendment Act (Bill 31)

Interim Appropriation Act, 2020 (Bill 53)

Labour Relations Amendment Act (Bill 16)

Legal Profession Amendment Act (Bill 28)

Legislative Assembly Amendment and Legislative Assembly Management Commission Amendment Act (Bill 201)

Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Control Amendment Act (Cannabis Social Responsibility Fee) (Bill 3)

Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Control Amendment and Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation Amendment Act (Bill 15)

Loan Act, 2020 (Bill 61)

Louis Riel Act (Bill 206)

Manitoba Hydro Amendment Act (Bill 4)

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Amendment Act (Claim Dispute Tribunal) (Bill 17)

Minor Amendments and Corrections Act, 2019 (Bill 11)

Minor Amendments and Corrections Act, 2020 (Bill 22)

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 200)

Municipal Statutes Amendment Act (Bill 29)

Opioid Damages and Health Care Costs Recovery Act (Bill 51)

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (Bill 8)

Personal Protective Equipment Reporting Act (Bill 213)

Planning Amendment Act (Bill 6)

Planning Amendment Act and City of Winnipeg Charter Amendment Act (Bill 48)

Public Health Amendment Act (Bill 59)

Public Health Amendment Act (Food Safety and Other Amendments) (Bill 45)

Public Schools Amendment Act (Teaching Experience of Principals) (Bill 204)

Public Sector Construction Projects (Tendering) Act (Bill 14)

Public Service Act (Bill 19)

Public Services Sustainability Amendment Act (Bill 9)

Public Utilities Ratepayer Protection and Regulatory Reform Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 44)

Reducing Red Tape and Improving Services Act, 2020 (Bill 37)

Regional Health Authorities Amendment Act (Health System Governance and Accountability) (Bill 10)

Regulated Health Professions Amendment Act (Bill 57)

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Bill 58)

Restricting Mandatory Overtime for Nurses Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 205)

Retail Business Hours of Operation Act (Various Acts Amended or Repealed) (Bill 2)

Summary Budgeting Act (Various Acts Amended and Public Sector Executive Compensation Act Enacted) (Bill 18)

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 2019-2020 (Bill 33)

University College of the North Amendment Act (Bill 42)

Vehicle Technology Testing Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 23)

Vital Statistics Amendment Act (Bill 202)

Water Resources Administration Amendment Act (Bill 36)

Wildlife Amendment Act (Protecting Property from Water and Wildlife Damage) (Bill 210)

Winnipeg Humane Society Foundation Incorporation Amendment Act (Bill 300)

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (Bill 21)

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (COVID-19 Presumptive Coverage) (Bill 214)

Workplace Safety and Health Amendment Act (Bill 12)

Black History Month

Gordon, 581-582

Boissevain-Morton

Recreational activities offered

Piwniuk, 82-83

Bonivital Ringette Association

A. Smith, 960-961

Boreal forest

Stewardship plan

Gerrard, 520

Boys & Girls Club of Thompson

Adams, 821-822

Brain injuries

Homelessness risk

Gerrard, 459

Individuals with

Expansion of services needed

Friesen, 590

Gerrard, 590

Brandon Manitoba

School construction

General contractor problems

Adams, 649-650

Goertzen, 649-650

Brandon Wheat Kings

Isleifson, 238

Brar, Diljeet (Burrows) NDP

Agricultural Crown lands

Changes to leases

Impact on Manitoba producers, 209, 449-450

COVID-19, by sector

Impact on leases, 1012

Lease auctions, delay request, 209

Point based system, elimination of, 621-622

Stakeholder concerns, 28

Stakeholder consultations, 367

Agriculture industry, COVID-19

Matter of Urgent Public Importance, 1011-1012

Agriculture office closures, 368

Agriculture workers

Personal protective equipment for, 1012

Beaver dam removal

Appeal process, 620-621

Community notifications, 620-621

Consultations, 620

Environmental impacts, 621

Liability to property owners, 621

Methods of removal, 621

Process involved, 620

Cattle producers, COVID-19

Losses, 1011

Climate change

Science based policies, 252

COVID-19, by sector

Agricultural producers

Crown land leasing, 1012

Cattle producers

Losses for, 1011

Fishery supply chain interruptions, 1012

Matter of Urgent Public Importance, 1011-1012

COVID-19, financial assistance

Fishery support programs, 1012

COVID-19, food security

Punjabis for COVID19 Relief, 997-998

Supply chain interruption, 1011

You-pick platforms for fruits/vegetables, 1012

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 250-251

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Victims of Interpersonal Violence) (Bill 7)

C 3/R, 463-465

Farmer Appreciation Day, 235-236

Farmers/farming

Biodiversity, 252

National Farmers Union of Canada, 237

Fishing industry, COVID-19

Financial support programs, 1012

Supply chain interruptions, 1012

Food security, COVID-19

Punjabis for COVID19 Relief, 997-998

Supply chain interruptions, 1011

You-pick platforms, fruits/vegetables, 1012

Government Resolution

Religious freedom of citizens, 213-217

Amendment, 216-217

Immigration--provincial

Interpersonal violence awareness training, 464

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Education barriers (language, cultural), 464

Education for newcomers, 464

Keystone Agricultural Producers

Farmer Appreciation Day, 235-236

Matter of Urgent Public Importance

The Provincial Government's failure to provide assistance to livestock, grain and other producers during the COVID-19 pandemic, 1011-1012

Members' statements

National Farmers Union of Canada, 237

Punjabis for Covid19 Relief, 997-998

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 252

Ministerial statements

Farmer Appreciation Day, 235-236

National Farmers Union of Canada, 237

Oral Questions

Agricultural Crown lands

Stakeholder concerns, 28

Changes to agricultural Crown land leasing

Impact on Manitoba producers, 209, 449-450

Request to delay lease auctions, 209

Personal protective equipment (PPE)

Agriculture workers, 1012

Petitions

Crown land leases, 344, 386, 451-452, 486-487, 547, 592, 654, 1009-1010

Population increase, world

Challenges in feeding, 252

Public Services Sustainability Amendment Act (Bill 9)

2 R

Debate, 366-369

Punjabis for Covid19 Relief, 997-998

Religious freedom

Personal narrative, 214

Quebec Bill 21, 214

Value of diversity, 214-215

Retail Business Hours of Operation Act (Various Acts Amended or Repealed) (Bill 2)

2 R

Debate, 510-511

Recognizing diverse holidays, 510-511

Throne Speech

Debate, 250-254

Wildlife Amendment Act (Protecting Property from Water and Wildlife Damage) (Bill 210)

2 R

Debate, 620-622

Questions, 618-620

Bridges

Louise Bridge

Replacement needed

Maloway, 179-180

Transit proposal

Maloway, 179-180

Winnipeg River Bridge

Completion of reconstruction

Ewasko, 208-209

Schuler, 209

Budget 2020

Address

Fielding, 832-839

Amendment

Kinew, 840-841

Crime and gang prevention

Fielding, 836

Criminal Property Forfeiture Fund

Fielding, 837

Debate

Kinew, 839-840

Lamont, 841-843

Dialysis therapy investments

Fielding, 834

Drug-impaired driving prevention

Fielding, 836

Education capital projects

Fielding, 834

Education, curriculum development

Fielding, 835

Emergency fund

Fielding, 837

Families Department funding

Fielding, 835

First Nations policing

Fielding, 836

Green levy

Fielding, 836

Health Department funding

Fielding, 834

Infrastructure Department funding

Fielding, 837

Interest free student loans

Fielding, 839

K-to-12 funding

Fielding, 834

Lake Manitoba-Lake St. Martin outlet

Fielding, 836

Manitoba Housing and Renewal Corporation

Fielding, 835

Mental health and addiction funding

Fielding, 834

Mineral development--First Nations

Fielding, 839

Municipal funding

Fielding, 837

North End Sewage Treatment Plant upgrades

Fielding, 836

Payroll tax threshold increase

Fielding, 838

Prebudget consultations

Fielding, 590-591

Isleifson, 590

Probate fee elimination

Fielding, 838

Wasyliw, 856

Reconciliation strategy

Fielding, 837

Scholarships and bursaries

Fielding, 838-839

Sub-amendment

Lamont, 843-845

Supplement to re: COVID-19

Fielding, 832

Tax cuts

Fielding, 838

Treaty Land Entitlement Framework Agreement

Fielding, 837

Trucking Productivity Improvement Fund

Fielding, 837

Universal school breakfast program

B. Smith, 585-586

Goertzen, 585-587, 589

Kinew, 582-585

Pallister, 582-585

Wasyliw, 586-587

Wiebe, 588-589

Victims of crime, grants to organizations

Fielding, 836-837

Western Manitoba Women's Regional Resource Centre

Fielding, 837

Budget Implementation and Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2020 (Bill 34)

1 R

Fielding, 812

Budget--provincial

Matter of Privilege

Fontaine, 672-674

Gerrard, 675

Goertzen, 675

Building and Electrical Permitting Improvement Act (Various Acts Amended and Permit Dispute Resolution Act Enacted) (Bill 49)

1 R

Squires, 813

2 R

Debate

Gerrard, 991-993

Reyes, 989-991

Wiebe, 984-989

Opening statement

Squires, 979-980

Questions

Gerrard, 981

Squires, 980-983

Wiebe, 980-983

Accessibility groups, consultations

Squires, 981

Wiebe, 981, 985

Adoption of national standards

Gerrard, 981

Reyes, 989

Squires, 980, 981

Commissioner appointment

Squires, 982

Wiebe, 982

Commissioners, authority of

Wiebe, 986

Consultations

Squires, 980-981, 982-983

Wiebe, 980-981, 982-983, 985

Dispute resolution, local level

Squires, 983

Wiebe, 983

Electrical codes, standardization across province

Reyes, 990

Squires, 980

Legality of legislation

Squires, 981

Wiebe, 981

Mayor consultations

Squires, 983

Mobile home requirements, modernization of

Squires, 980

Municipal consultations

Wiebe, 986

New permit process

Squires, 980

Permit application processing times

Reyes, 990

Squires, 979-980

Bus drivers. See School bus drivers

Bushie, Harvey and Margaret. See Members' statements

First Nations

Pension plan contributions, 561

School bus drivers

Winnipeg School Division strike action, 563

Bushie, Ian (Keewatinook) NDP

All-weather roads

Climate change, access to supplies, 147-148

Climate change, impact of, 89, 147-148

Northern Manitoba, 89-90

Beaver dam removal

Consultations, 625

Dispute resolution, 624

Jurisdictional issues, 624-625

Methods of removal, 625

Civil Service Act

Arbitration requirement, 355

Climate change

All-weather roads, access to supplies, 147-148

All-weather roads, impact on, 89, 147-148

COVID-19, financial assistance

Fishery support programs, 1007-1008

Crown corporations

Management, government record, 357

Education system

Government funding record, 357

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Victims of Interpersonal Violence) (Bill 7)

C 3/R, 465-468

First Nations

Lake St. Martin outlet

Consultations, 341-342

Universal breakfast program in school, 651-652

First Nations, violence against

Construction projects--Northern Manitoba, 466-467

Fishing industry, COVID-19

Financial support programs, 1007-1008

Government Resolution

Religious freedom of citizens, 220-222

Health-care service reform

Impact on the North/rural Manitoba, 356

Nurse staffing levels, 356

Homelessness

Sale of Manitoba Housing units, 562

Housing agreements, expiration of

Federal/provincial partnership, 562

Indigenous communities

Religious persecution, 220-221

Skills transfer, 148

Justice system

Northern review, 428

Lake Manitoba-Lake St. Martin outlet

Delays and consultations, 165

First Nations consultations, 341-342

Matter of Privilege, 707-710

Manitoba Housing

Sale of units

Homelessness link, 562

Matters of Privilege

Alleging that the government's provision of misleading information regarding the Lake St. Martin and Lake Manitoba outlets has impeded his ability to do his job as an MLA, 707-710

Regarding the government not calling a meeting of the Crown Corporations Committee to consider annual report from Workers' Compensation Board, 752-754

Members' statements

Bushie, Harvey and Margaret, 18

Indigenous winter road construction workers, 581

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 144-145

Minimum wage

Demographics working for, 564

Living wage, 564

Northern health care

Service reforms, impact of, 356

Northern Manitoba

All-weather roads, 89-90

Construction projects

Violence against First Nations people, 466-467

Isolated living conditions, 147

Justice system review, 428

Nurses/nursing

Staffing levels, health reforms, 356

Oral Questions

All-weather roads

Northern Manitoba, 89-90

Lake Manitoba-Lake St. Martin outlet

Delays and consultations, 165

First Nations consultations, 341-342

Manitoba fishing industry

Financial support programs, 1007-1008

Universal school breakfast program

First Nations children, 651-652

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (Bill 8)

2 R

Debate, 560-567

Consultations, 563, 565

Division of assets, relationship breakdown, 564

Solvency funding, threshold reduction, 561

Unlocking provision, implications of, 560

Pension plans

Defined plans, 561

First Nations contributions, 561

Petitions

Dauphin Correctional Centre, 654

Post-secondary education

Department merged with economic development, 358

Public Services Sustainability Amendment Act (Bill 9)

2 R

Debate, 353-360

Religious freedom

Indigenous persecution, 220-221

Quebec Bill 21, 220-221

Rent Assist benefit

Individuals with mental health disabilities

Loss of benefit, 562

Resolutions

Call to address the urgent public safety crisis

Questions, 428

Rural Manitoba

Health service reforms, impact of, 356

School nutrition programs

Universal breakfast program

First Nations children, 651-652

Senior citizens

Tax increases, 562

Throne Speech

Debate, 144-148

Wildlife Amendment Act (Protecting Property from Water and Wildlife Damage) (Bill 210)

2 R

Debate, 624-626

Winnipeg School Division

Bus driver strike action, 563

Winter road construction

Indigenous workers, 581

Workers' Compensation Board

Matter of Privilege, 752-754

Workplace health and safety

Chief prevention officer, elimination of, 563

Business taxes

Elimination of interest on

Wasyliw, 633

Business, COVID-19

Canada Emergency Business Account

Taxi companies ineligibility

Sandhu, 1016

Personal protective equipment for

Asagwara, 958

 

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