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CINDEX Index

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Gap Protection Program

Eligibility of Manitoba fishers

Fielding, 1084

Lathlin, 1084

Squires, 1084

Support for businesses

Fielding, 972

Smook, 971-972

Taxi companies ineligibility

Sandhu, 1016

Gauthier, Jacques

Junior men curling

Morley-Lecomte, 476

Gawronsky, Michelle (Manitoba Government and General Employees' Union)

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

Written submission to committee, 950-951

Gender-based violence

Committee of Cabinet

Cox, 130

Gender-Based Violence Committee of Cabinet

Gordon, 297

Gerrard, Hon. Jon (River Heights) Lib.

Addiction

Substance Use and Addiction Awareness Week, 114

Addiction treatment services

Continuation of care, 461

Adoption Options, 372-373

Agricultural Crown lands

COVID-19, by sector

Impact on leases, 1014

Lease rate increase, 92

Ranchers pensions, 568-569

Agriculture industry

Greenhouse gas emissions, 520

Methane/nitrous oxide management, 520

Agriculture industry, COVID-19

Financial assistance, 1014

Matter of Urgent Public Importance, 1013-1015

Boreal forest

Stewardship plan, 520

Brain injuries

Homelessness risk, 459

Individuals with

Expansion of services needed, 590

Budget--provincial

Matter of Privilege, 675

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

2 R

Debate, 991-993

Questions, 981

Adoption of national standards, 981

Cattle producers, COVID-19

Support needed, 1014

Child and Youth Advocate Act

Matter of Privilege, 763

Child care, COVID-19

Concerns, 744-745

Children in care

Access to online education, 1006

Aging out and homelessness, 459

Children's special allowance

Clawback, 1057

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

2 R

Debate, 519-520

Questions, 514

Committee of Supply

Supplementary Supply, 658-659

Conflict of interest legislation

Out of date, 102

COVID-19 pandemic

Update, 474-475

COVID-19, by sector

Agricultural producers

Crown land leasing, 1014

Cattle producers

Support needed, 1014

Matter of Urgent Public Importance, 1013-1015

COVID-19, child care

Concerns, 744-745

COVID-19, demographics

Seniors mortality rate, 474

COVID-19, financial assistance

Agricultural producers, 1014

Financial relief, 855

Small business, 855

COVID-19, food security

Fish supply, 1014

Meat packing plants

Outbreak protection, 1014

Supply chain interruption, 1013

COVID-19, personal-care homes

High risk area, 667

Oversight, 1087

Rapid response team, 1087

Staffing and funding, 664

Video linking, use of, 485, 643

Visitation, caregiver exemption, 822

COVID-19, rental assistance

Small business, 1013-1014

COVID-19, small business

Financial assistance, 855

Impact on, 1013

Rent relief support, 1013-1014

COVID-19, travel

Canadians out-of-country

Loss of insurance coverage, 752

Dauphin Correctional Centre closure

Overcrowding concerns, 526

Diabetes 360º strategy, 101

Education system review

Matter of Privilege, 698

Efficiency Manitoba

Matter of Privilege re: annual report, 713-714

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

R/S Amdt

Clause 3, 454

C 3/R, 458-462

Fish population

Research needed, 102

Fishing industry, COVID-19

Food security, 1014

Food security, COVID-19

Meat packing plants

Outbreak protection, 1014

Supply chain interruptions, 1013

The Forks Market

Vacancy management, 383

Greenhouse gas emissions

Agriculture industry, 520

Dates for targets, 514, 519

Measuring carbon storage, 519

Quarterly vs. annual reporting, 519

Health card application delay

Matter of Privilege, 751-752

Health care

Local control of, 103

Preventative approach, 101

Health-care system

Matter of Privilege re: KPMG Phase Two review, 756

Matter of Privilege re: staffing, 800

Hearing aid devices

Coverage for, 101

Homelessness

Children aging out of CFS care, 459

General comments, 101-102, 459

Individuals with brain injuries, 459

Interim Appropriation Act, 2020 (Bill 53)

2 R

Questions, 854-855

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Harassment in the workplace, 460

Justice system

FASD and mental health courts, 532-533

Lake Manitoba-Lake St. Martin outlet

Matter of Privilege, 710

Lake Winnipeg

Phosphorus levels, 102

Lead exposure

Violent crime increase, 102

Learning disabilities

Criminal behaviour, chances of, 102

Violence against individuals with, 459

Liquor & Lotteries Corporation

Matter of Privilege, 809-810

Liquor Mart robberies

Increase in, 101

Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Matter of Privilege, 706

Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation

Delivery of programs, 1057

Staff reduction, 1014, 1056-1057

Technology upgrades, 1057

Manitoba Hydro

Matter of Privilege re: annual reports, 704

Matter of Privilege re: hiring former Premier of B.C. for a review, 721-722

Manitoba Hydro, COVID-19

Matters of Grievance re: Northern workers, 1055-1058

Manitoba Poverty Reduction Strategy

Matter of Privilege, 739-740

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI)

Matter of Privilege, 680

Matter of Urgent Public Importance

The Provincial Government's failure to provide assistance to livestock, grain and other producers during the COVID-19 pandemic, 1013-1015

Matters of Grievance

Regarding concerns for Manitoba Hydro workers in the north dealing with COVID-19, 1056-1058

Matters of Privilege

Alleging that the government abused the power of a commission of inquiry regarding Manitoba Hydro, and that the government hired the former Premier of B.C. and paid him with no proof that any work was done, 721-722

Alleging that the government has been infringing upon the privileges of opposition Members because they have not called a meeting of the Standing Committee on Crown Corporations to consider annual reports from Efficiency Manitoba, 713-714

Alleging that the Government was abusing the Rules by bringing in a large volume of legislation and therefore limiting the opportunities for debate, 672

Alleging that the government's misleading statements on the topic of the North End Treatment plant interfered with the Member's ability to do their job, 803

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, 710

Alleging the government has been infringing upon the privileges of opposition Members because they have not called a meeting of the Standing Committee on Crown Corporations to consider annual reports for Manitoba Hydro, 703-704

Alleging the meeting of the Social and Economic Development Committee interfered with the privileges of Members of the opposition during debate on the Poverty Reduction Strategy Annual Report, 739-740

Alleging the Minister's failure to present a report on the Government's Climate and Green plan prevents her from her duties, 706

Regarding cuts to healthcare and to front line services and the constitutionality of Bill 28, 780-781

Regarding cuts to the public service made by the government, the removal of public accountability, 689

Regarding false and misleading comments made by the Premier and the Minister regarding their claim that the government was feeding hungry kids, 684

Regarding stresses on the health-care system and information regarding staffing numbers, 800

Regarding the Auditor General's qualified opinion on the last two provincial budgets and that the government has been misrepresenting their financial statements, 675

Regarding the closing of the Dauphin Correctional Centre and the government's misleading statements and failure to consult with the community, 795-796

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

Regarding the government not calling a meeting of the Crown Corporations Committee to consider annual reports from Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries, 809-810

Regarding the government talking about Bills outside of the House before they are introduced, 807

Regarding the government's delay in issuing Manitoba Health Cards to newcomers, 751-752

Regarding the government's education review and that the NDP has not yet been able to see the review report, 698

Regarding the government's failure to bring forward their first quarter financial report, 677

Regarding the government's failure to proclaim the Child and Youth Advocate Act, 763

Regarding the government's handling of rideshare and the taxi industry as raised during OQ, 744-745

Regarding the government's intentional withholding of information regarding the payment of officials in the Health Care system and the government's and WRHA's refusal to share details of the KPMG Phase Two review, 756

Regarding the government's summary budgeting act, 686

Regarding the government's use of omnibus legislation, 787-788

Regarding the lack of a Crown Corporation meeting to consider reports from MPI, 680

Members' statements

COVID-19 preparation, 822

COVID-19 preparation for seniors in PCHs, 643

Personal-care homes, 1078

Pryor, Taylor, 237

Mental health and addiction

Fractured system, 613

Mental-health services

Delays in accessing, 237

Ministerial statements

Adoption Options, 372-373

COVID-19 virus update, 474-475

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, 439

Substance Use and Addictions Awareness Week, 114

Montreal massacre, 439

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 200)

2 R

Debate, 317

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, 439

National pharmacare program

Support for, 103

North End Sewage Treatment Plant upgrades

Matter of Privilege, 803

Nurses/nursing

Mandatory overtime

Request to eliminate, 281-282

Omnibus legislation

Matter of Privilege, 787-788

Oral Questions

Agricultural Crown land leases

Lease rate increase, 92

Children in CFS care

Access to online education, 1006

COVID-19 virus preparation

Personal-care home residents, 485

The Forks Market

Vacancy management, 383

Individuals with brain injuries

Expansion of services needed, 590

Nurses' mandatory overtime

Request to eliminate, 281-282

Personal-care home oversight

COVID-19 rapid response teams, 1087

Personal-care homes

Improvement of conditions, 164

Restrictions on visitations, 163-164

Staffing and training review, 164

Universal school breakfast program

Minister's position, 588

Youth suicide prevention

Inclusion in case planning, 208

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (Bill 8)

2 R

Debate, 568-570

Gradual unlocking recommendation, 569-570

Unlocking provision, implications of, 568-569

Pension plans

Catastrophic events, 569

Personal-care homes

Conditions in Ontario, 1078

Improvement of conditions, 164

Rapid response team, 1078

Restrictions on visitations, 163-164

Staffing and training review, 164

Personal-care homes, COVID-19

High risk area, 667

Oversight, 1087

Rapid response team, 1087

Staffing and funding, 664

Video linking, use of, 485, 643

Visitation, caregiver exemption, 822

Petitions

Personal-care homes, 54, 95-96, 129, 167-168, 210-211, 283-284, 342-343, 547-548, 591-592, 655-656, 972-973

Phosphorus levels

Lake Winnipeg, 102

Points of Order

P/O by Goertzen asking the Speaker to call the opposition to order in response to repeated attempts at obstruction, 700

Property crime increase, 101

Provincial finances

Matter of Privilege, 677, 689

Pryor, Taylor, 237

Psychological services

Medicare coverage, 102

Public Services Sustainability Act

Matter of Privilege, 780-781

Public Services Sustainability Amendment Act (Bill 9)

2 R

Questions, 346

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

2 R

Debate, 613-615

Questions, 599

Community involvement in decision making, 614

Resolutions

Removing education tax from property

Questions, 321

Standing up for Dauphin by building a rehabilitation and restorative justice facility

Debate, 532-533

Questions, 526

Restorative justice

Benefit of, 532

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

2 R

Questions, 490

Ride sharing and taxi companies

Matter of Privilege, 744-745

School nutrition programs

Matter of Privilege, 684

Universal breakfast program

Minister's position, 588

Senior citizens

COVID-19 mortality rate, 474

Shared Health Services

Hospital management, 614

Investigating medical errors, 614

Mandate concerns, 613

Mental Health and Addictions

New interim director, 613

Preventative focus, need for, 614

Province wide accountability, 614

Status update, 599

Small business, COVID-19

Financial assistance, 855

Impact on, 1013

Rent relief support, 1013-1014

Substance Use and Addiction Awareness Week, 114

Suicide prevention, youth

Inclusion in case planning, 208

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 2019-2020 (Bill 33)

2 R

Debate, 667

Questions, 664

Surface water management

Role of trees, 519

Throne Speech

Debate, 100-103

Violent crime increase

Lead exposure, 102

Manitoba cities affected, 458-459, 461

Wildfire management

Plans for, 520

Workers' Compensation Board

Matter of Privilege, 754

Workplace harassment

Interpersonal violence, leave for, 460

Leave for victims, 460

Youth mental health

Suicide prevention

Inclusion in case planning, 208

Gimli High School

Music room expansion

Naylor, 327

Goertzen, Hon. Kelvin (Steinbach) PC

Agriculture industry, COVID-19

Matter of Urgent Public Importance, 1012-1013

Brandon Manitoba

School construction

General contractor problems, 649-650

Budget 2020

Universal school breakfast program, 585-587, 589

Budget--provincial

Matter of Privilege, 675

Child and Youth Advocate Act

Matter of Privilege, 762-763

Child Nutrition Council

Future funding inquiry, 248-249

Children in care

Access to online education, 1006-1007

Committee of Supply

Committee report, 660

Concurrence Motion, 938

COVID-19, by sector

Matter of Urgent Public Importance, 1012-1013

COVID-19, school closures

Reopening and support staff layoffs, 1088-1089

École South Pointe School

Travel times and child care, 648-649

Education system review

Matter of Privilege, 698

Request to release report, 336-337

Efficiency Manitoba

Matter of Privilege re: annual report, 713

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

1 R, 811

First Nations

Universal breakfast program in school, 651-652

Flood mitigation

Matter of Privilege, 773

Fresh Projects contractor

Matters of Privilege, 728

Health-care system

Matter of Privilege re: KPMG Phase Two review, 756

Infrastructure, strategic

Matters of Privilege, 773

Lake Manitoba-Lake St. Martin outlet

Matter of Privilege, 710

Legislative session

Request for more sittings, 1045

Liquor & Lotteries Corporation

Matter of Privilege, 810

Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Matter of Privilege, 706-707

Manitoba Hydro

Matter of Privilege re: annual reports, 703

Matter of Privilege re: hiring former Premier of B.C. for a review, 721

Manitoba Poverty Reduction Strategy

Matter of Privilege, 740

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI)

Matter of Privilege, 680

Matter of Urgent Public Importance

The appointment of David McLaughlin, former campaign manager for the PC party of Manitoba, to the role of Clerk of the Executive Council, 1053

The need for urgent attention to discuss the proposed cuts and layoffs to the public service; the need for the government to provide financial update, 975-976

The Provincial Government's failure to provide assistance to livestock, grain and other producers during the COVID-19 pandemic, 1012-1013

Regarding the government's refusal to discuss or provide plans for the conduct and business of the chamber for the remainder of the legislative session, 1095-1096

Matters of Privilege

Alleging that the government abused the power of a commission of inquiry regarding Manitoba Hydro, and that the government hired the former Premier of B.C. and paid him with no proof that any work was done, 721

Alleging that the government has been infringing upon the privileges of opposition Members because they have not called a meeting of the Standing Committee on Crown Corporations to consider annual reports from Efficiency Manitoba, 713

Alleging that the Government was abusing the Rules by bringing in a large volume of legislation and therefore limiting the opportunities for debate, 672

Alleging that the government's misleading statements on the topic of the North End Treatment plant interfered with the Member's ability to do their job, 803-804

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, 710

Alleging that the lack of disclosure about the operations of the construction company "Fresh Projects" who were contracted to build a school in Brandon, and the Minister's failure to answer questions in OQ, impeded his ability to do his job, 722-728

Alleging the government has been infringing upon the privileges of opposition Members because they have not called a meeting of the Standing Committee on Crown Corporations to consider annual reports for Manitoba Hydro, 703

Alleging the meeting of the Social and Economic Development Committee interfered with the privileges of Members of the opposition during debate on the Poverty Reduction Strategy Annual Report, 739

Alleging the Minister's failure to present a report on the Government's Climate and Green plan prevents her from her duties, 706-707

Regarding cuts to healthcare and to front line services and the constitutionality of Bill 28, 780

Regarding false and misleading comments made by the Premier and the Minister regarding their claim that the government was feeding hungry kids, 684

Regarding misstatements by the government regarding the strategic infrastructure budget, specifically regarding flood mitigation, 773

Regarding the Auditor General's qualified opinion on the last two provincial budgets and that the government has been misrepresenting their financial statements, 675

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

Regarding the government not calling a meeting of the Crown Corporations Committee to consider annual reports from Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries, 810

Regarding the government's education review and that the NDP has not yet been able to see the review report, 698

Regarding the government's failure to bring forward their first quarter financial report, 677

Regarding the government's failure to proclaim the Child and Youth Advocate Act, 762-763

Regarding the government's intentional withholding of information regarding the payment of officials in the Health Care system and the government's and WRHA's refusal to share details of the KPMG Phase Two review, 756

Regarding the government's use of omnibus legislation, 787

Regarding the lack of a Crown Corporation meeting to consider reports from MPI, 680

Minor Amendments and Corrections Act, 2019 (Bill 11)

1 R, 271

2 R, 1113

North End Sewage Treatment Plant upgrades

Matter of Privilege, 803-804

Omnibus legislation

Matter of Privilege, 787

Oral Questions

Child Nutrition Council

Future funding inquiry, 248-249

Children in CFS care

Access to online education, 1006-1007

École South Pointe School

Travel times and child care, 648-649

K-to-12 education review

Request to release report, 336-337

Legislative session

Request for more sittings, 1045

Pembina Trails School Division

Travel times and child care, 480-481, 591

Reopening of schools

Support staff layoffs, 1088-1089

School construction in Brandon

General contractor problems, 649-650

School divisions

Staff layoff concerns, 967

School nutrition programs

Funding support for organizations, 162-163

Teaching experience of principals

Request to support Bill 204, 337-338

Universal school breakfast program

First Nations children, 651-652

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 585-587, 589

Pembina Trails School Division

Travel times and child care, 480-481, 591

Points of Order

By Kinew regarding mentioning the presence/absence of members, 901

P/O by Goertzen asking the Speaker to call the opposition to order in response to repeated attempts at obstruction, 699-700

P/O by Kinew regarding the CN Rail strike, 53-54

Provincial finances

Matter of Privilege, 677

Matter of Urgent Public Importance, 975-976

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

Request for support, 337-338

Public Schools Finance Board

Annual Report June 30, 2019, 815

Public service layoffs

Matter of Urgent Public Importance, 975-976

Public Services Sustainability Act

Matter of Privilege, 780

School closures

Reopening of schools

Support staff layoffs, 1088-1089

School construction

General contractor problems--Brandon, 649-650

Matter of Privilege re: construction company "Fresh Projects," 728

School divisions

Staff layoff concerns, 967

School nutrition programs

Funding, 162-163

Funding support for organizations, 162-163

Matter of Privilege, 684

Universal breakfast program

First Nations children, 651-652

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 585-587, 589

Throne Speech

Debate, 168-171

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Grey Cup Champions, 168-169

Workers' Compensation Board

Matter of Privilege, 754

Gordon, Audrey (Southdale) PC

Black History Month, 581-582

Canadian Congress of Black Parliamentarians, 581-582

Education system

General comments, 33

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

2 R

Debate, 296-298

Gender-Based Violence Committee of Cabinet, 297

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Extension of employment leave protections, 166-167, 297

Extension of leave protections, 166-167

Members' statements

Black History Month, 581-582

Moran, Dino, 236

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 30-31

Mental-health services

Funding, 32-33

Moran, Dino, 236

Municipal property taxes

Legion branches, removal from, 31

Oral Questions

Changes to Employment Standards Code

Leave for victims of interpersonal violence, 166-167

Outland Youth Employment Program, 32

Provincial sales tax (PST)

Reduction, 32

Public safety and crime

Community safety summit, 32

Resolutions

Questions, 630$

Royal Canadian Legion

Municipal property tax, removal of

General comments, 31

VLT revenues, increase in, 31

Throne Speech

Debate, 30-33

United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent, 582

Video lottery terminals (VLT's)

Legion revenue, increase in, 31

Youth at risk

Programs for, 32

Youth employment

Outland Youth Employment Program, 32

Government Resolution

Religious freedom of citizens

Amendment

Brar, 216-217

Asagwara, 226-229

Brar, 213-217

Bushie, 220-222

Cox, 219-220

Guillemard, 217-218

Kinew, 223-224

Lamont, 222-223

Micklefield, 229

Naylor, 230

Pallister, 211-213

Squires, 224-226

Wiebe, 218-219

Green levy

Budget 2020

Fielding, 836

Carbon price

Guillemard, 521

Lamont, 841-842

General comments

Fielding, 546

Michaleski, 546

Green Team projects

Government investment

Squires, 1007

Wishart, 1007

Greenhouse gas emissions

Agriculture industry

Gerrard, 520

Dates for targets

Gerrard, 514, 519

Naylor, 514

Measuring carbon storage

Gerrard, 519

Provincial targets

Guillemard, 521

Naylor, 514

Wowchuk, 514

Quarterly vs. annual reporting

Gerrard, 519

Reductions tied to ministers salary

Asagwara, 514

Naylor, 514

Grey Cup. See Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Guenter, Josh (Borderland) PC

Agriculture industry

Ethanol/biodiesel requirements

Increase in, 36

Altona Police Service

One hundredth anniversary, 43-44

Clinical and Preventive Services Plan

New health-care initiatives, 282

Education property tax

Elimination of, 34

Emergency medical services

Rural paramedics, increase in, 36

Infrastructure spending, 36

Interprovincial trade barriers

Removal of, 35

Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Energy efficiency retrofit programs, 36

Members' statements

Altona Police Service-100th anniversary, 43-44

Rodewald, Keesy and Simon Resch, 820-821

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 200)

2 R

Questions, 313

Municipal planning and permitting

Treasury Board Secretariat review, 34-35

Nurses/nursing

Increase in, 36

Oral Questions

Clinical and Preventive Services Plan

New health-care initiatives, 282

Paramedics

Increase in--rural Manitoba, 36

Physicians

Increase in, 36

Provincial sales tax (PST)

Reduction, 34

Rural Manitoba

Paramedics, increase in, 36

Throne Speech

Debate, 33-37

Guillemard, Hon. Sarah (Fort Richmond) PC

Association of Manitoba Municipalities (AMM)

Resolution on Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 204

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

2 R

Debate, 520-522

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

1 R, 814

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 72

Environmental organizations

Request to restore funding, 1003-1004

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

1 R, 577

2 R

Questions, 879-880

C/3 R, 935

Opening statement, 878-879

Stakeholder feedback, 880

Government Resolution

Religious freedom of citizens, 217-218

Green levy

Carbon price, 521

Greenhouse gas emissions

Provincial targets, 521

Hunting/fishing licences

Electronic purchasing, 879

Metis hunters/fishers-conflicts, 880

Retail location availability, 879

Telephone/mail purchases--Northern Manitoba, 880

Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 204

Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Action plan, 520-521

Four pillars of plan, 521

Metis hunters/fishers

Licences, 880

North End Sewage Treatment Plant upgrades

Government intention, 28

Request for provincial funding, 204, 486

Northern Manitoba

Hunting/fishing licences

Telephone/mail purchases, 880

Oral Questions

AMM resolution on Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 204

Environmental organizations

Request to restore funding, 1003-1004

North End Sewage Treatment Plant

Request for provincial funding, 204, 486

Upgrades, government intention, 28

Provincial park use

Rules and guidelines, 1047

Provincial parks

Rules and guidelines, 1047

Public service

Freedom of conscience, 70

Religious freedom

Wearing of religious symbols, 217-218

Throne Speech

Debate, 70-73

Youth mental health

Services for, 71

Guns and Gangs Suppression Strategy

Federal funding

Cullen, 429-430

Gwen Secter Creative Living Centre

Meal delivery service for seniors

Fontaine, 962

 

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