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Keystone Agricultural Producers

Farmer Appreciation Day

Brar, 235-236

Lamont, 236

Pedersen, 235

Keystone Centre

New governance model

Isleifson, 341

Squires, 341

Kidney Health Month

Helwer, 580

Kidney transplant awareness

Helwer, 580-581

Kinew, Wab (Fort Rouge) NDP

Agricultural Crown lands

Changes to leases

Impact on Manitoba producers, 86-87

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

1 R

Questions, 938-939

Association of Manitoba Municipalities (AMM)

Resolution on climate change, 202

Resolution on Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 203

Budget 2020

Amendment, 840-841

Debate, 839-840

Universal school breakfast program, 582-585

Cadham Provincial Laboratory

COVID-19 testing, 839

Child care, COVID-19

Subsidies, 840

Climate change

AMM resolution, 202

Need to address, 57

CN Rail strike

General comments, 84

Community safety

Municipal operating grants, 277

COVID-19 pandemic

Government plan to address, 478

COVID-19 testing

Cadham Provincial Laboratory, 839

COVID-19, child care

Subsidies, 840

COVID-19, emergency orders

Civil liberty concerns, 921

Enforcement officers, oversight of, 921

Financial penalty concerns, 921

Length of emergency, 920

Municipal powers, limits on, 919

Public reporting delays, 921

COVID-19, employment

Public service, reduced work week, 870

COVID-19, financial assistance

Provincial support programs, 869

Small business, 869-870

COVID-19, health care

Equipment and supplies, 478-479

ER services, impact on, 477-478

Funding, 821, 823

ICU beds, number of, 839-840

System readiness, 644-645

COVID-19, small business

Financial assistance, 869-870

Crime

Addressing causes of

Harm reduction strategies, 21-22

Crime increase

Funding to municipalities, 121

Short-and long-term solutions, 120

Dauphin Correctional Centre closure

Community consultations, 538-539

Digital Contact Tracing Advisory Council Act (Bill 215)

1 R, 995-996

Education system

Barriers to education, 376-377

Class size limits, 334-335

Funding, 376-377

Government funding record, 333-334

K-to-12 layoffs, 1040-1042

Mental health supports, 335

Nutrition programs, 335-336

School resource officers, 58

Emergency Measures Amendment Act (Bill 54)

2 R

Debate, 920-922

Questions, 919-920

Emergency orders, COVID-19

Civil liberty concerns, 921

Enforcement officers, oversight of, 921

Financial penalty concerns, 921

Length of emergency, 920

Municipal powers, limits on, 919

Public reporting delays, 921

Emergency room services

Closure inquiry, 378-379

Emergency room services, COVID-19

Services, impact on, 477-478

Employment and Income Assistance (EIA)

Funding decrease, 840

Employment, COVID-19

Public service, reduced work week, 870

Fall storm

Hydro workers, importance of, 1059

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

2 R

Debate, 881-882

Questions, 879-880

Stakeholder feedback, 880

Fresh Projects contractor

Matters of Privilege, 722-728

School construction--Brandon, 479

Government Resolution

Religious freedom of citizens, 223-224

Health Sciences Centre

Working conditions and staffing, 442

Health-care service reform

Consultant costs, 275-276

ER closure inquiry, 377-379

Health-care system

ICU beds, number of, 823-824

Nursing vacancies, 821, 823

Health-care system, COVID-19

Equipment and supplies, 478-479

Funding, 821

ICU beds, number of, 839-840

System readiness, 644-645

Housing

Portable Housing Benefit, 119-120

Hunting/fishing licences

Metis hunters/fishers-conflicts, 880

Retail location availability, 879

Telephone/mail purchases--Northern Manitoba, 880

Indigenous communities

Religious persecution, 223

Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 203

Legislative session

Request for more sittings, 1081-1082

Liquor Mart robberies

Employee safety and job security, 239

Installation of secure entrances, 240-241

Loss prevention officers, 276-277

Placing police at locations, 240-241, 576

Prevention, consultation with stakeholders, 241-242

Short and long-term solutions, 85-86

Summit to address, request for, 44-45

Louis Riel

Legacy, 55

Louis Riel Act (Bill 206)

1 R, 437

Manitoba Hydro

Borrowing authority increase, 875

Development impact--indigenous/Northern Manitoba, 1060

Privatization concerns, 1060

Manitoba Hydro Amendment Act (Bill 4)

2 R

Debate, 875-876

Manitoba Hydro, layoffs

Economic recovery concerns, 1001-1002, 1058-1059

PUB emergency resolution, 1040

Matter of Urgent Public Importance

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, 976-978

Matters of Privilege

Alleging that the Government was abusing the Rules by bringing in a large volume of legislation and therefore limiting the opportunities for debate, 671-672

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

Members' statements

CN Rail strike, 84

Kostyra, Eugene, 961

Mental health

Education system, 335

Mental health and addiction

Portable Housing Benefit, 119-120

Metis hunters/fishers

Licences, 880

Ministerial statements

COVID-19 statement, 867-868

Recognition of responders during fall storm, 15

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Grey Cup Champions, 112

Municipalities

Operating grants, 45-47, 277

Provincial funding request, 201

North End Sewage Treatment Plant upgrades

Request for provincial funding, 203

Northern Manitoba

Hunting/fishing licences

Telephone/mail purchases, 880

Hydro development, impact of, 1060

Nurses/nursing

Mandatory overtime

Request to eliminate, 378

Vacancies, 821, 823

Opposition Day Motion

By Kinew requesting that the Public Utilities Board immediately hold an extraordinary hearing into the proposed cuts and workforce reduction directed by the Provincial Government, 1058-1060

Oral Questions

Addiction and mental health

Portable Housing Benefit, 119-120

Addressing causes of crime

Harm reduction strategies, 21-22

AMM resolution on climate change

Request for government plan, 202

AMM resolution on Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 203

Barriers to education

Performance outcomes, 376-377

Changes to agricultural Crown lands

Impact on Manitoba producers, 86-87

COVID-19 pandemic

Health-care funding, 823

COVID-19 pandemic response

Financial assistance for small business, 869-870

Provincial financial assistance, 869

Reduced work week for public service, 870

COVID-19 virus preparation

Equipment for health workers, 478

Government plan to address, 478

Health system readiness, 644-645

Impact on ER services, 477-478

Crime increase in Manitoba

Call for public safety summit, 121

Funding to municipalities, 121

Short-and long-term solutions, 120

Dauphin Correctional Centre closure

Community consultations, 538-539

Education funding

Government record, 333-334

Education system

Universal breakfast program, 478-479

Health-care reform

Consultant costs, 275-276

ER closure inquiry, 378-379

Health-care system

Number of ICU beds, 823-824

Nursing vacancies, 821

K-to-12 and post-secondary education

Layoffs and tuition increase, 1040-1042

Legislative session

Request for more sittings, 1081-1082

Liquor Mart employees

Safety and job security, 239

Liquor Mart robberies

Request for summit to address, 44-45

Short and long-term solutions, 85-86

Liquor Mart robbery prevention

Consultation with stakeholders, 241-242

Installation of secure entrances, 240-241

Loss prevention officers, 276-277

Placing police at locations, 240-241, 576

Mandatory overtime for nurses

Request to eliminate, 378

Manitoba Hydro layoffs

Economic recovery concerns, 1001-1002

PUB emergency resolution, 1040

Manitoba schools

Class size limits, 334-335

Mental health supports, 335

Nutrition programs, 335-336

Municipal government funding

Operating grants and services, 45-47

Municipal grants

Request for public funding, 201

New school in Brandon

Construction contract problems, 479-480

New Women's Hospital

Working conditions and staffing, 442

North end sewage treatment plant

Request for provincial funding, 203

Nurses at Health Sciences Center

Working conditions and staffing, 442

Personal-care homes in Manitoba

KPMG recommendations, 1080-1081

Post-secondary education

Tuition and operating grants, 20-21

Public safety and crime

Request for summit to address, 201-202

Public sector

Layoff concerns, 963-965

Public sector layoffs

Economic recovery concerns, 1008

PC election platform, 999-1000

Public service layoffs

Economic impact, 1039-1040

Restorative justice centre and healing lodge

Request for construction in Dauphin, 539-541

Spring flooding concerns

Government preparations, 443-444

Support for community safety

Municipal operating grants, 277

Universal school breakfast program

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 582-585, 645-646

Personal Protective Equipment Reporting Act (Bill 213)

1 R, 953

Personal-care homes

KPMG recommendations, 1080-1081

Points of Order

By Kinew regarding mentioning the presence/absence of members, 899-901

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

Portable Housing Benefit

Addiction and mental health, 119-120

Post-secondary education

Tuition and operating grants, 20-21

Provincial finances

Matter of Urgent Public Importance, 976-978

Public safety and crime

Community safety summit, 121, 201-202

Long-term investments needed, 58

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

2 R

Questions, 415, 417

Public service layoffs

Concerns for, 963-965, 976

Economic impact, 1039-1040

Economic recovery concerns, 1008

Matter of Urgent Public Importance, 976-978

PC election platform, 999-1000

Reduced work week, 870, 976

Religious freedom

Indigenous persecution, 223

Quebec Bill 21, 223

Restorative justice centre and healing lodge

Request for construction in Dauphin, 539-541

School construction

General contractor problems--Brandon, 479-480

Matter of Privilege re: construction company "Fresh Projects," 722-728

School nutrition programs

General comments, 335-336

Universal breakfast program, 478-479

General comments, 478-479

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 582-585, 645-646

Schreyer, Ed, 56

Small business, COVID-19

Financial assistance, 869-870

Spring flooding

Government preparations, 443-444

Throne Speech

Amendment, 59-60

Debate, 55-59

Tuition and operating grants, 20-21

Tuition increase, 1040-1042

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Grey Cup Champions, 112

Winnipeg General Strike, 55

Women's Hospital (Health Sciences Centre)

Working conditions and staffing, 442

Workforce

Lifelong learning skills, 57-58

Klinic Community Health Centre

Counselling services funding

Cox, 454-455

Walk-in counselling services

Cox, 130

Koineh, Melrose. See Members' statements under Food 4 All

Kostyra, Eugene. See Members' statements

 

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