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CINDEX Index

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National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Cox, 437-438

Fontaine, 438-439

Gerrard, 439

National Farmers Union of Canada

Brar, 237

National pharmacare program

Government position

Lamoureux, 341

Pallister, 341

Medication affordability

Lamoureux, 140

Support for

Gerrard, 103

Naylor, Lisa (Wolseley) NDP

Agnes Street fire, 641-642

Agriculture industry

Climate change, impact of, 76

Allied Healthcare Professionals Recognition Week, 997

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)

1 R, 234

2 R

Opening statement, 513-514

Questions, 514-516

Climate change

Gender issue, 76

Impact on agriculture, 76

Initiatives needed, 76-77

Conservation Trust

Total investment in, 514

COVID-19, food security

Children in need, 830

COVID-19, school closures

General comments, 830-831

Reopening and support staff layoffs, 1088-1089

Domestic violence

Crisis line and shelter use, numbers, 300

Education property tax

Elimination of, 326

Programs funded, 326

Education system

Consent in curriculum, 298

Sexual violence reporting, 299

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 74

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

2 R

Debate, 298-301

Questions, 286-287, 291

Environmental organizations

Provincial funding concerns, 123-134

Request to restore funding, 1003

Food security, COVID-19

Children in need, 830

Gimli High School

Music room expansion, 327

Government Resolution

Religious freedom of citizens, 230

Greenhouse gas emissions

Dates for targets, 514

Provincial targets, 514

Reductions tied to ministers salary, 514

HIV/AIDS prevention

Infection rate increase, 374

Provincial coverage for PrEP, 274, 280-281

Indigenous women, violence against

Mining/mineral extraction projects, 300

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Access to services, difficulty--rural/Northern Manitoba, 300

Consent in education curriculum, 298

Harassment in the workplace, 300

Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 204

Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Matter of Privilege, 704-706

Manitoba Association of Manitoba Women's Shelters

Crisis line and shelter use, 300

Matters of Privilege

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, 801-803

Alleging the Minister's failure to present a report on the Government's Climate and Green plan prevents her from her duties, 704-706

Members' statements

Agnes Street fire, 641-642

Allied Healthcare Professionals Recognition Week, 997

Nine Circles Community Health Centre, 274

West Central Women's Resource Centre, 42

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 74-75

Mining/mineral extraction projects

Indigenous women, violence against, 300

Ministerial statements

Transgender Day of Remembrance, 16-17

Nine Circles Community Health Centre, 274

North End Sewage Treatment Plant upgrades

Government intention, 27-28

Matter of Privilege, 801-803

Request for provincial funding, 204, 486

North Point Douglas Women's Centre

Funding, 299

Northern Manitoba

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Access to services, difficulty, 300

Oral Questions

AMM resolution on Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 204

COVID-19 pandemic

Child food insecurity, 830

School closures, 830-831

Environmental organizations

Provincial funding concerns, 123-134

Request to restore funding, 1003

HIV/AIDS prevention

Provincial coverage for PrEP, 280-281

North End Sewage Treatment Plant

Request for provincial funding, 204, 486

Upgrades, government intention, 27-28

Reopening of schools

Support staff layoffs, 1088-1089

Teaching experience of principals

Request to support Bill 204, 337-338

Petitions

Dauphin Correctional Centre, 656-657, 1091

PrEP medication

Provincial coverage for, 274, 280-281

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

Request for support, 337-338

Religious freedom

Quebec Bill 21, 230

Wearing of religious symbols, 230

Resolutions

Removing education tax from property

Debate, 325-327

Rural Manitoba

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Access to services, difficulty, 300

School closures

COVID-19, 830-831

Reopening of schools

Support staff layoffs, 1088-1089

Throne Speech

Debate, 73-77

Transgender Day of Remembrance, 16-17

Transgender people

Violence against, 16

West Central Women's Resource Centre, 42

General comments, 42

Help during Agnes St. fire, 642

Wolseley community, 73

Workplace harassment

Interpersonal violence, leave for, 300

Leave for victims, 300

Nesbitt, Greg (Riding Mountain) PC

Agricultural Crown lands

Auction held in Brandon, 247

Agriculture industry

Ethanol/biodiesel requirements

Increase in, 137

Carbon tax, 137

Child-care spaces

Rural communities, 136-137

Dauphin Correctional Centre closure

Employee transfer assistance, 533

Education property tax

Elimination of, 136

Education property taxes

Elimination of, 136

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 135

Emergency medical services

Rural paramedics, increase in, 136

Highways and roads

Budget increase, 137

Loran Scholar award 2020

Cole Stainer, recipient, 643

Sydney Strocen, recipient, 643

Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Carbon tax, 137

Members' statements

Minnedosa veterans memorial banner project, 84-85

Stainer, Cole, 643

Minnedosa

Veterans memorial banner project, 84-85

Municipal property taxes

Legion branches, removal from, 138

Oil wells

Number of, 135

Oral Questions

Agricultural Crown lands

Auction held in Brandon, 247

Paramedics

Increase in--rural Manitoba, 136

Provincial sales tax (PST)

Reduction, 136

Resolutions

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

Debate, 533

Questions, 525-526

Royal Canadian Legion

Minnedosa memorial banner project, 84-85

Municipal property tax, removal of, 138

General comments, 138

VLT revenues, increase in, 138

Sunday/holiday shopping

Expansion of hours, 137

Throne Speech

Debate, 135-138

Travel Manitoba

Funding increase, 137

Video lottery terminals (VLT's)

Legion revenue, increase in, 138

Ngarboui, Raymond. See Members' statements under Food 4 All

Nine Circles Community Health Centre

Naylor, 274

No Frills opening

Kildonan-River East location

Cox, 118-119

No Stone Left Alone

Wiebe, 315

Non-binary persons. See also Vital Statistics Amendment Act

Sex designation option on ID

Manitoba human rights ruling

Asagwara, 88

Fielding, 88

Normand Park Residents Association

Squires, 274-275

North End Sewage Treatment Plant upgrades

Budget 2020

Fielding, 836

Government intention

Guillemard, 28

Naylor, 27-28

Squires, 27

Matter of Privilege

Gerrard, 803

Goertzen, 803-804

Naylor, 801-803

Request for provincial funding

Guillemard, 204, 486

Kinew, 203

Naylor, 204, 486

Pallister, 203-204

Squires, 486

North Point Douglas Women's Centre

Funding

Asagwara, 455

Fontaine, 294

Naylor, 299

Northern economic development

Job opportunities and challenges

Pallister, 266

Northern health care

Access to reliable care

Adams, 283

Friesen, 283

Lifeflight privatization, impact of

Lathlin, 189

Maternity care

Lathlin, 188-189

Position vacancy rates

Sala, 363

Service reforms, impact of

Asagwara, 66

Bushie, 356

Travel difficulties (length and distance)

Lindsey, 609

Wait times and staff shortages

Lindsey, 610-611

Youth psychiatric assessments

Lathlin, 189

Northern Manitoba

Airstrip snow removal

Weekend services

Lindsey, 106-107

All-weather roads

Bushie, 89-90

Clarke, 90

Schuler, 89

Construction projects

Violence against First Nations people

Bushie, 466-467

Fishing licences

Access challenges

Lindsey, 1022

Freezing of CEDF loans

Fielding, 52-53

Moses, 52-53

Pallister, 52-53

Government record

Lindsey, 106

Hunting/fishing licences

Telephone/mail purchases

Guillemard, 880

Kinew, 880

Hydro development, impact of

Kinew, 1060

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Access to services, difficulty

Naylor, 300

Isolated living conditions

Bushie, 147

Justice system review

Bushie, 428

Cullen, 23, 126-127, 158-159, 205

Fontaine, 22-23, 126-127, 158, 204-205, 428

Rape kits, difficulty accessing

Lathlin, 189

Retail hours of operation

Moses, 509

Snow clearing services

Lindsey, 106-107, 373-374

Water boil advisories

Lathlin, 190

Northern Manitoba, COVID-19. See also Matters of Grievance

Hydro work camps

Adams, 1055-1056

Spread prevention

Asagwara, 957

Travel ban

Friesen, 954

Northern Patient Transportation

Travel wait times

Lindsey, 610

NorWest on Alexander

Resource centre

Marcelino, 331

Notre Dame constituency

Child poverty

Marcelino, 173

Constituency staff

Marcelino, 172

New constituency

Marcelino, 172-173

Property/violent crime

Marcelino, 173

Workshops held

Marcelino, 172-173

Nurses/nursing. See also Restricting Mandatory Overtime for Nurses Act (Various Acts Amended)

Consultations re: Bill 10

Asagwara, 598

Friesen, 598-599

ER vacancies--St. Boniface Hospital

Asagwara, 482-483

Friesen, 482-483

Hospital vacancies

Asagwara, 600, 604

Friesen, 600-601

Increase in

Guenter, 36

Mandatory overtime

Impact on nurses

Asagwara, 349

Request to eliminate

Gerrard, 281-282

Kinew, 378

Pallister, 378

Request to support Bill 205

Asagwara, 379-380

Friesen, 379-380

Staffing levels, health reforms

Bushie, 356

Vacancies

Kinew, 823

Pallister, 823

Working condition concerns

Asagwara, 600

Friesen, 600

 

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