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CINDEX Index

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Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Action plan

Guillemard, 520-521

Carbon tax

Nesbitt, 137

Energy efficiency retrofit programs

Guenter, 36

Four pillars of plan

Guillemard, 521

General comments

Wowchuk, 516

Matter of Privilege

Gerrard, 706

Goertzen, 706-707

Naylor, 704-706

Maloway, Jim (Elmwood) NDP

Bridges

Louise Bridge

Replacement needed, 179-180

Transit proposal, 179-180

Concordia Hospital

General comments, 178

Consumer protection

Door-to-door sales scam

Compensation for victims, 127, 177-178

Louise Bridge

Replacement needed, 179-180

Transit proposal, 439

Members' statements

Consumer protection for door-to-door sales, 1037-1038

Louise Bridge transit proposal, 439

Oral Questions

Door-to-door sales scam

Compensation for victims, 127

Public Accounts, Standing Committee on

First report, 271-272

Public transit

Louise Bridge proposal, 439

Winnipeg Transit Master Plan, 439

Throne Speech

Debate, 176-180

Winnipeg Transit Master Plan, 439

Management of Foster Homes

Auditor General's report, November 2019

Piwniuk, 82

Mance, Evangeline. See Members' statements

Manitoba 150

Celebrations

Cox, 109

Morley-Lecomte, 105

Smook, 262

Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth

2018-2019 Child Death Review Roll-up, March 31, 2019

Driedger, 198

Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation

Delivery of programs

Gerrard, 1057

Staff reduction

Gerrard, 1014, 1056-1057

Technology upgrades

Gerrard, 1057

Manitoba Association of Manitoba Women's Shelters

Crisis line and shelter use

Naylor, 300

Manitoba Curling Week

Ewasko, 375-376

Manitoba Housing

Budget 2020

Fielding, 835

Sale of units

General comments

B. Smith, 191

Homelessness link

Bushie, 562

Housing placement wait times

Lamont, 281

Stefanson, 281

Waiting list and homelessness

Lamont, 650-651

Pallister, 651

Stefanson, 650-651

Manitoba Human Rights Commission

Annual report, 2018

Cullen, 641

Manitoba Hydro. See also Opposition Day Motion

Administrative workforce reduction

Sala, 1061

Board resignation letter

Lamont, 405-406

Borrowing authority increase

Kinew, 875

Community benefits agreements

Lindsey, 410

Debt load

Lamont, 1065

Debt projections

Wharton, 1063

Debt/profit margins

Fielding, 835-836

Lamont, 403-404

Development impact--indigenous/Northern Manitoba

Kinew, 1060

Emergency preparedness

Moses, 398

Emergency response

Staff reduction concerns

Sala, 364, 387

Wharton, 388

Employee satisfaction survey

Sala, 396

Governance concerns

Sala, 392-393

Grievance re: Northern work camps and COVID-19 exposure

Adams, 1055-1056

IT services, privatization of

Sala, 397

Matter of Privilege re: annual reports

Gerrard, 704

Goertzen, 703

Sala, 701-703

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

Gerrard, 721-722

Goertzen, 721

Wiebe, 714-721

Political interference

Lamont, 1065

Power use increase

Adams, 1069

Privatization concerns

Adams, 1069-1070

Fontaine, 1063

Kinew, 1060

Privatization inquiry

Sala, 25-26

Wharton, 25-26

Rate affordability

Moses, 401-402

Sala, 362

Rate increases

Sala, 396-397, 635

Reduced workforce, safety concerns

Sala, 1060

Review--consultant compensation

Pallister, 484

Sala, 483-484

Wharton, 483-484

Review, purpose of

Moses, 402

Short-term borrowing increase

Lindsey, 409-410

Moses, 397-399

Wharton, 387

Technician availability--Lynn Lake

Lindsey, 1073

Turning the Page Agreement cancellation

Lamont, 407

Lindsey, 409

Sala, 394-395

Types of borrowing expected

Moses, 398

Sala, 389

Wharton, 389

Manitoba Hydro Amendment Act (Bill 4)

1 R

Wharton, 39

2 R

Debate

Kinew, 875-876

Lamont, 403-407

Lindsey, 407-411

Moses, 397-402

Sala, 390-397

Opening statement

Wharton, 387

Questions

Moses, 389-390

Sala, 387-389

Wharton, 387-390

C/3 R

Wharton, 934

Committee of the Whole, 926

R/A

Filmon, 949

Manitoba Hydro, COVID-19

Matters of Grievance re: Northern workers

Adams, 1055-1056

Gerrard, 1055-1058

Northern work camps

Adams, 1055-1056

Manitoba Hydro, layoffs

Affect on northern Manitoba

Adams, 1069

Customer service, impact on

Adams, 1070

Economic recovery concerns

Kinew, 1001-1002, 1058-1059

Pallister, 1001-1002

General comments

B. Smith, 1070-1072

PUB emergency resolution

Kinew, 1040

Pallister, 1040

Reason for

Wasyliw, 1068

Request to reverse

Fielding, 1002-1003

Sala, 1002

Total number of

Sala, 1060

Wharton, 1062

Transparency and accountability

Asagwara, 1072

Wage freezes

Lamont, 1065

Manitoba Law Reform Commission

Annual report, March 31, 2019

Cullen, 111

Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF)

Turning the Page Agreement cancellation

Lamont, 407

Lindsey, 409

Sala, 394-395

Manitoba Police Commission report

Downtown safety--Winnipeg

Cullen, 430-431

Lamont, 434

Stakeholder consultations

Cullen, 381-382

Fontaine, 381-382

Manitoba Poverty Reduction Strategy

Matter of Privilege

Fontaine, 730-739

Gerrard, 739-740

Goertzen, 740

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI)

Fair practice complaints

Sandhu, 88-89

Wharton, 88-89

Matter of Privilege

Gerrard, 680

Goertzen, 680

Lindsey, 678-680

Premiums, rebate request

Sala, 873

Wharton, 873

Rate increases

Sala, 635

Reserve fund regulation, PUB ruling

Sandhu, 385

Wharton, 385

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

1 R

Wharton, 197

Manitoba Tenpin Federation

Hall of fame inductee

Reyes, 17

Marcelino, Malaya (Notre Dame) NDP

Affordable housing units

Mortgage expiration, 307

Can Work Be Safe, When Home Isn't survey, 462-463

Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

Application process, changes to, 1104

Marital status, 1104

Canadian Labour Congress

Can Work Be Safe, When Home Isn't survey, 462-463

Child care

Reduction in services, 1106

Child care, COVID-19

Reopening the economy, 968-969

Child poverty, 173

Civil Service Superannuation Amendment Act (Bill 43)

2 R

Debate, 1103-1106

Commuted value payouts

Calculation method changes, 1103

COVID-19, child care

Reopening the economy, 968-969

COVID-19, economy

Reopening, child care, 968-969

Crime increase

Notre Dame constituency, 173

Dauphin Correctional Centre closure

Consultation with mayor and council, 527

Consultations, 524

Impact on Dauphin community, 526, 543-544

Job losses, 523, 524

Overcrowding concerns, 526

Disabilities, persons with

Quality of care, 1098

Domestic violence

Cases in Manitoba, 578-579

Shelter shortage--First Nations, 579

Economy, COVID-19

Reopening, child-care, 968-969

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 171-172

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

2 R

Debate, 307-308

Questions, 285-287

C 3/R, 462

Gender neutral language, 453

Leave days, number of, 287, 307

Stakeholder consultations, 286

First Nations

Domestic violence shelter shortage, 579

Flin Flon General Hospital

Obstetric department closure

Neo-natal quality of care, 174

Pregnant women and travel distances, 174

Voluntary induced labour, 174

Health card application delay

Impact on new immigrants, 444-445

Home care services--private

Working conditions and remuneration, 1098-1099

Home care workers

Benefit plans, 1099

Collective bargaining agreement expiration, 1099

Injury and violence experienced, 1099

Schedules and patient case load, 1099

Housing

Seniors, supportive housing for, 1100

Indigenous incarceration rates

Healing lodges, 525

International Women's Day, 578-579

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Paid leave, low-income women, 285-286

Matters of Grievance

Private home care services, working conditions and remuneration, 1098-1100

Members' statements

NorWest on Alexander resource centre, 331

Weston Memorial Community Centre, 43

Ministerial statements

International Women's Day, 578-579

NorWest on Alexander

Resource centre, 331

Notre Dame constituency

Child poverty, 173

Constituency staff, 172

New constituency, 172-173

Property/violent crime, 173

Workshops held, 172-173

Obstetric services

Elimination of--Flin Flon, 174

Oral Questions

Dauphin Correctional Centre closure

Impact on Dauphin community, 543-544

Health card application delays

Impact on new immigrants, 444-445

Pembina Trails School Division

Travel times and child care, 480-481

Reopening the economy

Request for child-care plan, 968-969

School nutrition programs

Funding support for organizations, 162

Throne Speech

Poverty reduction, 50-51

Universal school breakfast program

Minister's position, 587-588

Vital statistics services

Staffing and processing times, 278-279

Pembina Trails School Division

Travel times and child care, 480-481

Pension plans

Defined benefit vs. defined contribution, 1103

Personal-care homes

Crowded conditions, 1099-1100

Hours of care per day, 1105

Social, mental, spiritual needs, 1099

Petitions

Dauphin Correctional Centre, 656, 974, 1092

Public service layoffs

Pension funds, impact on, 1104

Rent Assist benefit

Individuals receiving, reduction in, 1105

Resolutions

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

Opening statement, 522-525

Questions, 525-527

Restorative justice centre and healing lodge

Traditional indigenous viewpoints, 524

School nutrition programs

Funding, 162

Funding support for organizations, 162

Universal breakfast program

Minister's position, 587-588

Senior citizens

Elder care, quality of, 1098

Elimination of branches and councils, 1100

Policy development, need for, 1100

Supportive housing, 1100

Sexual assault

Provincial numbers, 307

Social housing units

Sale of, 1105

Throne Speech

Debate, 171-174

Poverty reduction, 50-51

Vital statistics services

Staffing and processing times, 278-279

West Central Women's Resource Centre

Move to Portage Avenue, 579

Weston Memorial Community Centre, 43

Mario T. Mance P. Eng Memorial Scholarship

Reyes, 1038

Martin, Shannon (McPhillips) PC

Child-care spaces

Non-profit centres, 96

Emergency response system

Replacement of, 79

FleetNet system

Replacement of, 79

Holodomor, 77

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Extension of employment leave protections, 96

Matters of Privilege

Regarding off the record comments ("don't be so binary") made by the Member for McPhillips and requested an apology which was given, 95

Members' statements

Tribute to Veterans'-poppy memorial blanket, 199-200

Wayfinders program, 1037

Points of Order

By Martin regarding commenting on the attire of Members, 427

Provincial sales tax (PST)

Increase, impact on low-income Manitobans, 78

Resolutions

Questions, 631$

School construction

New locations, 96

Sunday/holiday shopping

Expansion of hours, 78-79

Throne Speech

Debate, 77-79, 96-97

Tourism promotion, 78

Wayfinders program, 1037

Maternity care

Northern Manitoba

Lathlin, 188-189

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

Fontaine, 1054-1055

Goertzen, 1053

Lamont, 1051-1053

Ruled out of order, 1055

COVID-19 outbreak

Asagwara, 850-852

Friesen, 848-850

Lamont, 846-848

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

Goertzen, 975-976

Kinew, 976-978

Lamont, 974-975

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

Brar, 1011-1012

Gerrard, 1013-1015

Goertzen, 1012-1013

Speaker's ruling, 1015

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

Fontaine, 1096-1098

Goertzen, 1095-1096

Lamont, 1093-1095

Matters of Grievance

Effects of the pandemic on the Taxi industry

Sandhu, 1015-1016

Private home care services, working conditions and remuneration

Marcelino, 1098-1100

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

Adams, 1055-1056

Gerrard, 1056-1058

Regarding the closure of the Operating theatre at the Flin Flon General Hospital

Lindsey, 978-979

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

Gerrard, 721-722

Goertzen, 721

Taken under advisement, 722

Wiebe, 714-721

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

Gerrard, 713-714

Goertzen, 713

Moses, 710-713

Taken under advisement, 714

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

Gerrard, 672

Goertzen, 672

Kinew, 671-672

Speaker's ruling, 1048-1049

Taken under advisement, 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

Deputy Speaker's ruling, 804

Gerrard, 803

Goertzen, 803-804

Naylor, 801-803

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

Bushie, 707-710

Gerrard, 710

Goertzen, 710

Taken under advisement, 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

Goertzen, 728

Kinew, 722-728

Taken under advisement, 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

Gerrard, 703-704

Goertzen, 703

Sala, 701-703

Taken under advisement, 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

Fontaine, 730-739

Gerrard, 739-740

Goertzen, 739

Taken under advisement, 739-740

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

Gerrard, 706

Goertzen, 706-707

Naylor, 704-706

Taken under advisement, 707

Raised by Hon. Gerrard on October 10, 2019 (42nd Session 1st Legislature) regarding the Governments failure to table the revenue Estimates

Speaker's ruling, 128

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

Gerrard, 780-781

Goertzen, 780

Lindsey, 773-780

Taken under advisement, 781

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

Gerrard, 689

Taken under advisement, 689

Wasyliw, 687-689

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

Asagwara, 680-683

Gerrard, 684

Goertzen, 684

Taken under advisement, 684

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

Goertzen, 773

Lamoureux, 772-773

Taken under advisement, 773

Wiebe, 764-772

Regarding off the record comments ("don't be so binary") made by the Member for McPhillips and requested an apology which was given

Fontaine, 94-95

Martin, 95

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

Asagwara, 797-800

Deputy Speaker's ruling, 800

Gerrard, 800

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

Fontaine, 672-674

Gerrard, 675

Goertzen, 675

Speaker's ruling, 1089-90

Taken under advisement, 675

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

Deputy Speakers ruling, 796-797

Fontaine, 788-793, 795

Gerrard, 795-796

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

Bushie, 752-754

Gerrard, 754

Goertzen, 754

Taken under advisement, 754

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

Deputy Speaker's ruling, 810

Gerrard, 809-810

Goertzen, 810

Sala, 808-809

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

Deputy Speaker's ruling, 807-808

Gerrard, 807

Wasyliw, 805-807

Regarding the government's delay in issuing Manitoba Health Cards to newcomers

Asagwara, 745-751

Gerrard, 751-752

Taken under advisement, 752

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

Fontaine, 689-698

Gerrard, 698

Goertzen, 698

Taken under advisement, 698

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

Gerrard, 677

Goertzen, 677

Taken under advisement, 677

Wiebe, 675-677

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

B. Smith, 756-759, 761-762

Gerrard, 763

Goertzen, 762-763

Taken under advisement, 763

Regarding the government's handling of rideshare and the taxi industry as raised during OQ

Gerrard, 744-745

Micklefield, 745

Taken under advisement, 745

Wiebe, 740-744

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

Gerrard, 756

Goertzen, 756

Taken under advisement, 756

Wasyliw, 754-756

Regarding the government's summary budgeting act

Fontaine, 684-686

Gerrard, 686

Taken under advisement, 686

Regarding the government's use of omnibus legislation

Gerrard, 787-788

Goertzen, 787

Moses, 781-787

Taken under advisement, 788

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

Gerrard, 680

Goertzen, 680

Lindsey, 678-680

Taken under advisement, 680

Members' Allowances Compliance Report

April 1st 2016 to March 31st 2019

Driedger, 641

Paradoski, Marjorie

Lagimodiere, 642

Members' statements

1st Crestview Scout Group

Johnston, 996

Accessible public transit

Wasyliw, 536-537

Acknowledging community response during COVID-19

Micklefield, 822-823

African Communities of Manitoba

Asagwara, 238-239

Agnes Street fire

Naylor, 641-642

Allied Healthcare Professionals Recognition Week

Naylor, 997

Altona Police Service-100th anniversary

Guenter, 43-44

Atwell, Gerry

Fontaine, 273

Bibliothèque Ritchot Library Board

Schuler, 535-536

Black History Month

Gordon, 581-582

Bonivital Ringette teams

A. Smith, 960-961

Boys & Girls Club of Thompson

Adams, 821-822

Brandon Wheat Kings

Isleifson, 238

Bushie, Harvey and Margaret

Bushie, 18

Canadian Congress of Black Parliamentarians

Asagwara, 476-477

Christmas wishes

Lamoureux, 440-441

CN Rail strike

Kinew, 84

Community Foundation of Swan Valley

Wowchuk, 19

Community safety gathering

Fontaine, 19

Community safety strategy

Fontaine, 440

Constituency break highlights

Micklefield, 537-538

Consumer protection for door-to-door sales

Maloway, 1037-1038

Council of School Leaders

Altomare, 332-333

Courtney, John

Micklefield, 83-84

COVID-19 preparation

Gerrard, 822

COVID-19 preparation for seniors in PCHs

Gerrard, 643

Crawford, Liz

Squires, 961-962

The Creative Cocoon

Johnson, 579-580

Dauphin Fire Chief Cam Abrey

Michaleski, 118

Dauphin regional health centre

Michaleski, 441

Diwali celebration

Friesen, 273-274

Emergency service providers

Adams, 475-476

Ferland, Kaden

Wowchuk, 1079

First Nations and Red Cross fall storm response

Lathlin, 117-118

Flin Flon Aqua Centre

Lindsey, 642-643

Food 4 All

Asagwara, 1078

Fosty, Mark and Ben Hildebrandt

Ewasko, 1039

Holliday, Bob

Lamont, 537

Hope in the City Breakfast

Teitsma, 200-201

Hovorka, Doris

Smook, 962-963

Hutlet, Danika

Lagassé, 374

I Love to Read Month

Teitsma, 477

Impact of COVID-19 in Manitoba

Goertzen (for Lamoureux), 998

Lamoureux (as read by Goertzen), 998

Indigenous winter road construction workers

Bushie, 581

Kidney transplant awareness

Helwer, 580-581

Kostyra, Eugene

Kinew, 961

Library and community centre funding

Wasyliw, 117

List of rights

Lamont, 332

Louise Bridge transit proposal

Maloway, 439

Lymphedema Awareness Day

Ewasko, 475

Mance, Evangeline

Reyes, 1038

Manitoba Curling Week

Ewasko, 375-376

Meaning of Christmas

Micklefield, 332

Minnedosa veterans memorial banner project

Nesbitt, 84-85

Moonlight Madness in Oakbank

Schuler, 373

Moran, Dino

Gordon, 236

National Farmers Union of Canada

Brar, 237

Nine Circles Community Health Centre

Naylor, 274

No Frills opening in Kildonan-River East

Cox, 118-119

Normand Park Residents Association

Squires, 274-275

NorWest on Alexander resource centre

Marcelino, 331

Norwood St. Boniface Legion Branch 43

A. Smith, 155

Opaskwayak Indian Days

Lathlin, 374-375

Operation Red Nose

Smook, 156

Penny, Don

Helwer, 439-440

Personal-care homes

Gerrard, 1078

Portage la Prairie Bear Clan

Wishart, 1077

Pryor, Taylor

Gerrard, 237

Punjabis for Covid19 Relief

Brar, 997-998

Recognition of responders during fall storm

Clarke, 18-19

Recognizing citizens contributing during pandemic

Fontaine, 962

Recognizing federal Cabinet Ministers from Manitoba

Lamont, 43

Recognizing Riel constituency

Squires, 997

Rodewald, Keesy and Simon Resch

Guenter, 820-821

Rudy Bautista-Hall of Fame inductee

Reyes, 17-18

Sanderson, Jan

Moses, 1077

Save Our Seine

Moses, 821

Skinners restaurant

Lagimodiere, 272

Snow clearing operations in the North

Lindsey, 373-374

SPEACC youth initiative

Adams, 157

St. James Assiniboia 55+ Centre

Sala, 199

St. Norbert Collegiate football champions

Morley-Lecomte, 198-199

Stainer, Cole

Nesbitt, 643

Strathcona School provincial governance classes

B. Smith, 200

Team Kurz curling champions

Johnston, 41-42

Tosh, Courtney

Wiebe, 83

Tribute to Veterans'-poppy memorial blanket

Martin, 199-200

Turtle Mountain Provincial Park

Piwniuk, 82-83

Universal school breakfast program

Wiebe, 580

Vezina, Brandi and Gabrielle Fontaine

Fontaine, 536

Wayfinders program

Martin, 1037

Sandhu, 155-156

West Central Women's Resource Centre

Naylor, 42

Weston Memorial Community Centre

Marcelino, 43

Woodhaven Community Club

Fielding, 331

Wozney, Richard

Johnson, 116-117

Youth mental health and addiction services

B. Smith, 1038-1039

Members'/ministers' personal narratives

Adams, 175-176

Altomare, 254-255, 257

Asagwara, 64-65

Brar, 252

Bushie, 144-145

Gordon, 30-31

Naylor, 74-75

Sala, 99

Sandhu, 195, 248-249

Wasyliw, 131-133

Mental health

Education system

Kinew, 335

Pallister, 335

Mental health and addiction. See also Members' statements

Adverse childhood experiences

Asagwara, 605

Budget 2020

Fielding, 834

Fractured system

Gerrard, 613

Funding--provincial

Cullen, 430

Indigenous children, services for

B. Smith, 1039

Liquor Mart robbery repeat offenders

Lamont, 447

Pallister, 447

Portable Housing Benefit

B. Smith, 192

Kinew, 119-120

Stefanson, 119-120

Supportive recovery housing

Friesen, 126

Micklefield, 126

Treatment initiatives

Friesen, 113

Youth services

Friesen, 113

Mental health and poverty

Adequate funding for youth services

B. Smith, 249

Pallister, 249

Mental-health care, COVID-19

Online plan

Friesen, 955

Online self-assessment tool

Friesen, 817

Supports for

Friesen, 956

Mental-health services. See also Youth mental health

Accessibility of

Lamoureux, 142

Delays in accessing

Gerrard, 237

Funding

Gordon, 32-33

Health Sciences Centre

Adolescent psychiatric unit

Friesen, 596

Methamphetamine addiction

Public safety and crime

Lamoureux, 139-140

Metis hunters/fishers

Licences

Guillemard, 880

Kinew, 880

Michaleski, Brad (Dauphin) PC

Abrey, Cam, 118

Ambulance services

New vehicles, announcement, 52

Canadian Career Fire Chief of the Year

Abrey, Cam, award recipient, 118

City of Dauphin

Health-care initiatives, 531

CN Rail strike

Impact on Manitoba, 93

Dauphin region

Economic development strategy, 531-532

Education property tax

Ten year phase out, 318, 320

Emergency medical services

Announcement of new ambulances, 52

Green levy

General comments, 546

Members' statements

Dauphin Fire Chief Cam Abrey, 118

Dauphin regional health centre, 441

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 200)

2 R

Questions, 313

Oral Questions

CN Rail strike

Impact on Manitoba, 93

Emergency medical services

Announcement of new ambulances, 52

Provincial sales tax reduction

Green levy implementation, 546

Provincial sales tax (PST)

Reduction, 546

Resolutions

Removing education tax from property

Opening statement, 317-319

Questions, 319-321

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

Debate, 530-532

Taxation changes

Government plan, 321

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

2 R

Questions, 619-620

Micklefield, Andrew (Rossmere) PC

Centre for Youth Excellence, 83

Christmas

Meaning of, 332

Committee of the Whole

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 200)

Opening statement, 933

Courtney, John, 83-84

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 142-143

Government Resolution

Religious freedom of citizens, 229

Health-care service reform

Update on results, 448

Housing

Supportive addiction recovery, 126

Limitation of Actions Act

Length of liability, changes to, 144

Matters of Privilege

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

Members' statements

Acknowledging community response during COVID-19, 822-823

Constituency break highlights, 537-538

Courtney, John, 83-84

Meaning of Christmas, 332

Mental health and addiction

Supportive recovery housing, 126

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 200)

C/3 R, 937

Committee of the Whole

Opening statement, 933

Oral Questions

Health-care reform

Update on results, 448

Mental health and addictions

Supportive recovery housing, 126

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

2 R

Debate, 417-419

Questions, 415, 417

Unforeseen circumstance appointments, 418

Public service

Religious freedom restrictions--Quebec, 144

Religious freedom

Quebec Bill 21, 229

Ride sharing and taxi companies

Matter of Privilege, 745

School boards

Budget/financial responsibilities, 419

Hiring discretion, 418-419

School trustees

Teaching experience, 415, 417

Teachers/teaching

Temporary teaching certificates, 418

Throne Speech

Debate, 142-144

Youth for Christ, 83

Youth programs

Centre for Youth Excellence, 83

Mifegymiso

Access to

Fontaine, 294-295

Minimum wage

Demographics working for

Asagwara, 638

Bushie, 564

Living wage

Bushie, 564

Poverty wages

Asagwara, 637

Retail workers

Sala, 499-500

Mining/mineral development

Budget 2020--First Nations

Fielding, 839

Mining/mineral extraction projects

Indigenous women, violence against

Naylor, 300

Ministerial statements

Adoption Options

Gerrard, 372-373

Lathlin, 372

Stefanson, 371-372

COVID-19 statement

Kinew, 867-868

Lamont, 868--869

Pallister, 866-867

COVID-19 virus update

Asagwara, 474, 818, 956-959

Friesen, 473-474, 815-818, 953-956

Gerrard, 474-475

Lamont, 819, 959-960

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Cox, 114-115

Fontaine, 115

Lamoureux, 116

Farmer Appreciation Day

Brar, 235-236

Lamont, 236

Pedersen, 235

Holodomor

Cox, 40

Lamoureux, 41

Wasyliw, 41

International Women's Day

Cox, 578

Lamoureux, 579

Marcelino, 578-579

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Cox, 437-438

Fontaine, 438-439

Gerrard, 439

Paramedic Services Week

Asagwara, 1076

Friesen, 1075-1076

Lamoureux, 1076-1077

Recognition of responders during fall storm

Kinew, 15

Lamont, 15-16

Pallister, 9-15

Substance Use and Addictions Awareness Week

B. Smith, 113-114

Friesen, 113

Gerrard, 114

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Cox, 16

Lamoureux, 17

Naylor, 16-17

Vyshyvanka Day

Cox, 1036

Lamoureux, 1036-1037

Wasyliw, 1036

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Grey Cup Champions

Kinew, 112

Lamont, 112-113

Stefanson, 111-112

Minnedosa

Veterans memorial banner project

Nesbitt, 84-85

Minor Amendments and Corrections Act, 2019 (Bill 11)

1 R

Goertzen, 271

2 R

Goertzen, 1113

Minor Amendments and Corrections Act, 2020 (Bill 22)

1 R

Squires, 812-813

Missing and murdered indigenous women and girls (MMIWG)

Employment leave protections

B. Smith, 267

Fontaine, 267-268, 292

Squires, 267-268

Mobile homes. See Building and Electrical Permitting Improvement Act (Various Acts Amended and Permit Dispute Resolution Act Enacted)

Modelling industry

Crawford, Liz, advocate for

Squires, 961-962

Montreal massacre

Cox, 437-438

Fontaine, 438

Gerrard, 439

Moonlight Madness

Schuler, 373

Moran, Dino

Gordon, 236

Morley-Lecomte, Janice (Seine River) PC

2020 Tax Rollback Guarantee, 105

Collège St. Norbert Collegiate Celtics

Football champions, 198

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 103

Gauthier, Jacques

Junior men curling, 476

Human Resources, Standing Committee on

First Report, 330

Manitoba 150

Celebrations, 105

Members' statements

St. Norbert Collegiate football champions, 198-199

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 200)

2 R

Questions, 314

Provincial sales tax (PST)

Personal services, removal from, 105

Seine River constituency, 103-104

St. Norbert Farmers' Market, 104

Throne Speech

Debate, 103-105

Trappist Monastery, 103-104

Union Nationale métisse Saint Joseph du Manitoba, 104

Moses, Jamie (St. Vital) NDP

Addiction

Interpersonal violence and poverty, 305

Civil Service Superannuation Amendment Act (Bill 43)

2 R

Debate, 1106-1111

Withdrawal deferrals, 1108

Communities Economic Development Fund (CEDF)

Freezing of loans--Northern Manitoba, 52-53

COVID-19, economy

Concerns for, 1107

COVID-19, financial assistance

Financial relief, 824-825

Provincial support programs, 824-825

Crime

Addressing causes of

General comments, 427

Early childhood development

Research, 1077

École South Pointe School

Travel times and child care, 648-649

Economy, COVID-19

Concerns for, 1107

Education

Importance of, 183

Education system

Interpersonal violence curriculum, 304

Efficiency Manitoba

Connection to Bill 4, 399

Delayed plan for, 400

Matter of Privilege re: annual report, 710-713

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 181-182

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

2 R

Debate, 301-306

Stakeholder consultations, 302

Housing

Rising cost of, 182

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Addiction and poverty, 305

Justice system, difficulty navigating, 304-305

Justice system

Interpersonal violence victims

Difficulty navigating, 304-305

Manitoba Hydro

Emergency preparedness, 398

Rate affordability, 401-402

Review, purpose of, 402

Short-term borrowing increase, 397-399

Types of borrowing expected, 398

Manitoba Hydro Amendment Act (Bill 4)

2 R

Debate, 397-402

Questions, 389-390

Matters of Privilege

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, 710-713

Regarding the government's use of omnibus legislation, 781-787

Members' statements

Sanderson, Jan, 1077

Save Our Seine, 821

Municipalities

Retail hours of operation

By-law authority, 506-507

Northern Manitoba

Freezing of CEDF loans, 52-53

Retail hours of operation, 509

Omnibus legislation

Matter of Privilege, 781-787

Oral Questions

COVID-19 pandemic

Financial relief, 824-825

École South Pointe School

Travel times and child care, 648-649

Increase in retail crime

Retail Council's concerns, 245

Northern Manitoba

Freezing of CEDF loans, 52-53

Pembina Trails School Division

Travel times and child care, 591

Post-secondary education

Government involvement, 445-447

Request for funding increase, 166

Staff layoff concerns, 965-966

Pembina Trails School Division

Travel times and child care, 591

Pension plans

Funding of plans, 1110

Stock markets, 1107

Petitions

Dauphin Correctional Centre, 656, 972, 1093

Post-secondary education

Government involvement, 445-447

Request for funding increase, 166

Staff layoff concerns, 965-966

Poverty

Interpersonal violence, 305

Public safety and crime, 429

Public safety and crime

Poverty link, 429

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

2 R

Questions, 416

Public service layoffs

Pension funds, impact on, 1107

Resolutions

Call to address the urgent public safety crisis

Questions, 427, 429

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

2 R

Debate, 504-510

Questions, 490

Economic effects, 509

Impact on Northern workers, 509

Impact on students, 508

Municipal by-law authority, 506-507

Recognizing diverse holidays, 505-506

Retail workers, fixed/flexible schedules, 507-508

Youth consultation, 505

Retail crime increase

Retail Council's concerns, 245

Retail workers

Fixed/flexible schedules, 507-508

Save Our Seine, 821

Sexual assault

Provincial numbers, 303

St. Vital constituency, 182

Throne Speech

Debate, 180-184

Workplace harassment

Fostering respectful environments, 303

Youth employment

Retail hours of operation, consultation, 505

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 200)

1 R

Reyes, 197-198

2 R

Debate

Gerrard, 317

Wiebe, 315-317

Opening statement

Reyes, 311-312

Questions

Fontaine, 312-313

Guenter, 313

Isleifson, 313-314

Michaleski, 313

Morley-Lecomte, 314

Reyes, 313-315

Wiebe, 313-314

C/3 R

Micklefield, 937

Committee of the Whole

Opening statement

Micklefield, 933

R/A

Filmon, 949-950

Municipal planning and permitting

Treasury Board Secretariat review

Guenter, 34-35

Municipal property taxes

Legion branches, removal from

Gordon, 31

Nesbitt, 138

Reyes, 150

Military organization exemption

Fontaine, 313

Reyes, 312, 313

Municipal Statutes Amendment Act (Bill 29)

1 R

Squires, 577

Municipal zoning

Heavy metal recycling concerns

Lamont, 125

Wharton, 125

Municipalities

Budget 2020

Fielding, 837

Government relations

Pallister, 968

Squires, 967-968

Wiebe, 967-968

Operating grants

Cullen, 277

Kinew, 45-47, 277

Pallister, 46-47

Provincial funding request

Kinew, 201

Pallister, 201

Squires, 206-207

Wiebe, 206-207

Retail hours of operation

By-law authority

Fielding, 489

Lagimodiere, 497

Lamont, 504

Moses, 506-507

Sala, 500-501

Myers Norris Penny

Helwer, 439-440

 

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