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Pallister, Hon. Brian (Fort Whyte) PC

Addiction treatment services

Rural and urban support, 383

Agricultural Crown lands

Changes to leases

Impact on Manitoba producers, 87-88

Lease rate increase, 92

Priority for Manitoba producers, 91-92

Agriculture industry

Extreme drought conditions

Feed assistance for cattle farmers, 450-451

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

1 R, 8

Association of Manitoba Municipalities (AMM)

Resolution on climate change, 202-203

Resolution on Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 203

Budget 2020

Universal school breakfast program, 582-585

Cattle producers

Drought, extreme conditions

Feed assistance, 450-451

Child care, COVID-19

Essential service workers, 826

Essential service workers, fee waiver, 826

Home-based closures, 826

Reopening the economy, 1085-1086

Universal coverage, 871

Children in care

Transfer of, 26

Children's Advocate

Expansion of role, 27

City of Winnipeg

Contracts-request for inquiry, 484-485

Climate change

AMM resolution, 202-203

Communities Economic Development Fund (CEDF)

Freezing of loans--Northern Manitoba, 52-53

Correctional facilities, COVID-19

Safety in, 831

COVID-19 pandemic

Condolences, 866

Government plan to address, 478

COVID-19, by sector

Winnipeg Police Service safety concerns, 832

COVID-19, child care

Essential service workers, 826

Essential service workers, fee waiver, 826

Home-based closures, 826

Reopening the economy, 1085-1086

Universal coverage for, 871

COVID-19, correctional facilities

Safety in, 831

COVID-19, economy

Recovery, use of rainy day fund, 969-970

Reopening, child care, 1085-1086

COVID-19, employment

Paid sick leave protection, 827

Public service, reduced work week, 870

Right to refuse unsafe work, 827

Sick note requirement ban, 827

COVID-19, financial assistance

Financial relief, 825

Income support program, 829

Paid sick leave protection, 827

Provincial support programs, 825, 869

Small business, 870-871, 872

COVID-19, food security

Children in need, 830

Food bank aid, 828

COVID-19, health care

Equipment and supplies, 478-479, 824

ER services, impact on, 478

Funding, 821, 823

System readiness, 644-645

COVID-19, home care services

Protection for workers and clients, 971-972

COVID-19, homeless

Concerns for, 874

Homeless shelter aid, 828

COVID-19, personal-care homes

Oversight, 1087-1088

Rapid response team, 1087-1088

COVID-19, post-secondary education

International student health coverage, 824

COVID-19, provincial finances

Update to budget, 828

COVID-19, rental assistance

Foreclosure/eviction freeze, 827-828

COVID-19, school closures

General comments, 831

COVID-19, small business

Financial assistance, 870-872

Credit rating--provincial

Improvement in, 265

Crime

Addressing causes of

Harm reduction strategies, 21-22

Need for multi-faceted approach, 243-244

Violent crime charges

Repeat offenders, release of, 447-448

Dauphin Correctional Centre closure

Community consultations, 538-539

Request for healing lodge in Dauphin, 653

Drought, extreme conditions

Feed assistance for cattle farmers, 450-451

Economy, COVID-19

Recovery, use of rainy day fund, 969-970

Reopening, child-care, 1085-1086

Education

Primary and post-secondary

Academic achievement plan, 448

Education system

Barriers to education, 376-377

Class size limits, 335

Education Minister

Physical distancing orders, 1087

Funding, 376-377

Government funding record, 333-334

K-to-12 layoffs, 1041-1042

Emergency room services

Closure inquiry, 379

Emergency room services, COVID-19

Services, impact on, 478

Employment, COVID-19

Paid sick leave protection, 827

Public service, reduced work week, 870

Right to refuse unsafe work, 827

Sick note requirement ban, 827

Finance Department

Quarterly financial reporting

Government intention, 449

First Nations

Lake St. Martin outlet

Consultations, 342

Food security, COVID-19

Children in need, 830

Food bank aid, 828

Foreclosures/eviction freeze, COVID-19

General comments, 827-828

The Forks Market

Vacancy management, 383-384

Fresh Projects contractor

School construction--Brandon, 479-480

Front-line workers, COVID-19

WCB benefit extension, 871

Government Resolution

Religious freedom of citizens, 211-213

Health Sciences Centre

Working conditions and staffing, 442

Health-care funding

Federal transfers

Provincial health spending, 340

Health-care service reform

ER closure inquiry, 378, 379

Health-care system

ICU beds, number of, 824

Nursing vacancies, 821, 823

Health-care system, COVID-19

Equipment and supplies, 478-479, 824

Funding, 821

System readiness, 644-645

Home care services, COVID-19

Protection for workers and clients, 971-972

Homeless, COVID-19

Concerns for, 874

Shelter aid, 828

Homelessness

Sale of Manitoba Housing units, 651

Immigration--provincial

Government plan, 27

Income support program

During COVID-19 outbreak, 829

International students

Health coverage during COVID-19 outbreak, 824

Lake Manitoba-Lake St. Martin outlet

Construction delays, 340

First Nations consultations, 342

Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 203

Legislative session

Request for more sittings, 1045-1046, 1081-1083

Liquor Mart robberies

Employee safety and job security, 239

Enhanced security measures, 240

Installation of secure entrances, 241

Placing police at locations, 241

Prevention, consultation with stakeholders, 242

Repeat offenders

Addiction and mental health services, 447

Short and long-term solutions, 85-86

Summit to address, request for, 44-45

Manitoba Housing

Sale of units

Waiting list and homelessness, 651

Manitoba Hydro

Review--consultant compensation, 484

Manitoba Hydro, layoffs

Economic recovery concerns, 1001-1002

PUB emergency resolution, 1040

Mental health

Education system, 335

Mental health and addiction

Liquor Mart robbery repeat offenders, 447

Mental health and poverty

Adequate funding for youth services, 249

Ministerial statements

COVID-19 statement, 866-867

Recognition of responders during fall storm, 9-15

Municipalities

Government relations, 968

Operating grants, 46-47

Provincial funding request, 201

National pharmacare program

Government position, 341

North End Sewage Treatment Plant upgrades

Request for provincial funding, 203-204

Northern economic development

Job opportunities and challenges, 266

Northern Manitoba

Freezing of CEDF loans, 52-53

Nurses/nursing

Mandatory overtime

Request to eliminate, 378

Vacancies, 821, 823

Oral Questions

Addiction and public safety

Rural and urban support, 383

Addressing root causes of crime

Harm reduction strategies, 21-22

Need for multi-faceted approach, 243-244

Agricultural Crown land leases

Impact on Manitoba producers, 87-88

Lease rate increase, 92

Priority for Manitoba producers, 91-92

AMM resolution on climate change

Request for government plan, 202-203

AMM resolution on Lake Winnipeg

Aquatic state of emergency, 203

Barriers to education

Performance outcomes, 376-377

Child and Family Services

Transfer of children in care, 26

Children's Advocate

Expansion of role, 27

City of Winnipeg contracts

Request for inquiry, 484-485

COVID-19 pandemic

Child care for essential service workers, 826

Child food insecurity, 830

Correctional facility safety, 831

Equipment for health workers, 478, 824

Financial relief, 825

Food bank aid, 828

Foreclosure/eviction freeze, 827-828

Government plan to address, 478

Health system readiness, 644-645

Health-care funding, 823

Home-based daycares, 826

Homeless shelter help, 828

Impact on ER services, 478

Income support program, 829

International student health coverage, 824

Paid sick leave protection, 827

Right to refuse work, 827

School closures, 831

Sick note requirement ban, 827

Stock of N95 respirators, 824

Update to budget, 828

Waiving of child-care fees, 826

Winnipeg Police Service safety, 832

COVID-19 pandemic response

Financial assistance for small business, 870-871, 872

Provincial financial assistance, 869

Reduced work week for public service, 870

Support for homeless population, 874

Universal coverage for child care, 871

Crime and public safety

Community safety summit, 246-247

Use of civil forfeiture, 246

Dauphin Correctional Centre closure

Community consultations, 538-539

Request for healing lodge in Dauphin, 653

Economic recovery

Use of rainy day fund, 969-970

Education funding

Government record, 333-334

Education Minister

Physical distancing orders, 1087

Education system

Universal breakfast program, 479-480

Extreme drought conditions

Feed assistance for cattle farmers, 450-451

Federal health transfers

Provincial health spending, 340

The Forks Market

Vacancy management, 383-384

Front-line workers

WCB benefit extension, 871

Health-care reform

ER closure inquiry, 379

Health-care system

Number of ICU beds, 824

Nursing vacancies, 821

Hiring of senior public servant

Compensation disclosure request, 1044-1045

Home care services during pandemic

Protection for workers and clients, 971-972

Immigration in Manitoba

Government plan, 27

Increase in retail crime

Retail Council's concerns, 245-246

Individuals charged with violent crimes

Reason for release of repeat offenders, 447-448

K-to-12 and post-secondary education

Layoffs and tuition increase, 1041-1042

Lake Manitoba-Lake St. Martin outlet

Construction delays, 340

First Nations consultations, 342

Legislative session

Request for more sittings, 1045-1046, 1081-1083

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, 242

Installation of secure entrances, 241

Placing police at locations, 241

Liquor Mart robbery repeat offenders

Addiction and mental health services, 447

Mandatory overtime for nurses

Request to eliminate, 378

Manitoba Hydro layoffs

Economic recovery concerns, 1001-1002

PUB emergency resolution, 1040

Manitoba Hydro review

Consultant compensation, 484

Manitoba municipalities

Government relations, 968

Manitoba schools

Class size limits, 335

Nutrition programs, 336

Municipal government funding

Operating grants and services, 46-47

Municipal grants

Request for public funding, 201

National pharmacare program

Government position, 341

New Women's Hospital

Working conditions and staffing, 442-443

North end sewage treatment plant

Request for provincial funding, 203-204

Northern Manitoba

Freezing of CEDF loans, 52-53

Nurses at Health Sciences Center

Working conditions and staffing, 442

Paid sick leave initiative

Timeline for enacting, 1089

Personal-care home oversight

COVID-19 rapid response team, 1087-1088

Personal-care homes in Manitoba

KPMG recommendations, 1081

Post-secondary education

Government involvement, 446-447

Staff layoff concerns, 965-966

Tuition and operating grants, 20-21

Premier's letter to seniors

Printing and postage costs, 1046

Primary and post-secondary education

Academic achievement plan, 448

Provincial finances

Government record, 970

Update request, 1006, 1046

Public and private schools

Funding for construction, 1087

Public safety and crime

Government response, 51-52

Request for summit to address, 201-202

Public sector

Layoff concerns, 963-965

Public sector layoffs

Economic recovery concerns, 1008-1009

PC election platform, 1000-1001

Public sector workforce

Reason for layoffs, 1006

Public service layoffs

Economic impact, 1040

Impact on front-line services, 1042-1043

Quarterly financial reporting

Government intention, 449

Reopening the economy

Request for child-care plan, 1085-1086

Restorative justice centre and healing lodge

Request for construction in Dauphin, 539-541

Sale of Manitoba Housing units

Waiting list and homelessness, 651

Spring flooding concerns

Government preparations, 443-444

Universal school breakfast program

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

WRHA spending on salaries

Government position, 210

Youth mental health and poverty

Adequate funding for services, 249

Youth suicide prevention

Inclusion in case planning, 208

Personal protective equipment (PPE)

N95 respirators, stock of, 824

Personal-care homes

KPMG recommendations, 1081

Personal-care homes, COVID-19

Oversight, 1087-1088

Rapid response team, 1087-1088

Post-secondary education

Academic achievement plan, 448

Government involvement, 446-447

Staff layoff concerns, 965-966

Tuition and operating grants, 20-21

Post-secondary education, COVID-19

International student health coverage, 824

Prebudget consultations, 265

Premier of Manitoba

Letter to seniors

Printing and postage costs, 1046

Provincial finances

Government record, 970

Update request, 1006, 1046

Provincial finances, COVID-19

Update to budget, 828

Public safety and crime

Addiction services

Rural and urban support, 383

Community safety summit, 201-202, 246-247

Government response, 51-52

Use of civil forfeiture, 246

Public service

Hiring of senior public servant

Compensation disclosure request, 1044-1045

Public service layoffs

Concerns for, 963-965

Economic impact, 1040

Economic recovery concerns, 1008-1009

Front-line services, impact on, 1042-1043

PC election platform, 1000-1001

Reason for, 1006

Reduced work week, 870

Religious freedom

Quebec Bill 21, 211

Rental assistance, COVID-19

Foreclosure/eviction freeze, 827-828

Restorative justice centre and healing lodge

Request for construction in Dauphin, 539-541, 653

Retail crime increase

Retail Council's concerns, 245-246

Rural Manitoba

Addiction treatment services, 383

School closures

COVID-19, 831

School construction

Fresh Projects contractor--Brandon, 479-480

Public/private school funding, 1087

School nutrition programs

General comments, 336

Universal breakfast program, 479-480

General comments, 479-480

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

Small business, COVID-19

Financial assistance, 870-872

Spring flooding

Government preparations, 443-444

Suicide prevention, youth

Inclusion in case planning, 208

Throne Speech

Debate, 264-267

Tuition and operating grants, 20-21

Tuition increase, 1040-1042

Winnipeg Police Service

COVID-19, by sector

Safety concerns, 832

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA)

Spending on salaries, 210

Women's Hospital (Health Sciences Centre)

Working conditions and staffing, 442-443

Workers Compensation Benefit, COVID-19

Front-line workers, extension for, 871

Workforce

Paid sick leave initiative

Timeline for enacting, 1089

Youth mental health

Funding for services, 249

Suicide prevention

Inclusion in case planning, 208

Pan-Canadian Assessment Program

Johnston, 423

Paradoski, Marjorie. See Members' statements

Paramedic services

Appreciation during pandemic

Asagwara, 1076

Friesen, 1076

Lamoureux, 1076

Paramedic Services Week

Asagwara, 1076

Friesen, 1075-1076

Lamoureux, 1076-1077

Paramedics

Increase in--rural Manitoba

Guenter, 36

Nesbitt, 136

Payroll tax

Threshold increase

Fielding, 838

Pedersen, Hon. Blaine (Midland) PC

Agricultural Crown lands

Auction held in Brandon, 247

Changes to leases

Impact on Manitoba producers, 209, 449-450

Lease auctions, delay request, 209-210

Parcels of land leased, 450

Stakeholder concerns, 28-29

CN Rail strike

Impact on Manitoba, 93

Farmer Appreciation Day, 235

Keystone Agricultural Producers

Farmer Appreciation Day, 235

Ministerial statements

Farmer Appreciation Day, 235

Oral Questions

Agricultural Crown land leasing

Auction held in Brandon, 247

Impact on Manitoba producers, 209, 449-450

Request to delay lease auctions, 209-210

Stakeholder concerns, 28-29

CN Rail strike

Impact on Manitoba, 93

Crown land leasing program

Parcels of land leased, 450

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

1 R, 814

Pembina Trails School Division

Travel times and child care

Goertzen, 480-481, 591

Marcelino, 480-481

Moses, 591

Penny, Don

Helwer, 439-440

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (Bill 8)

1 R

Fielding, 197

2 R

Debate

Adams, 570-575

Asagwara, 575-576

Bushie, 560-567

Gerrard, 568-570

Johnston, 567-568

Piwniuk, 558-560

Wasyliw, 553-558

Opening statement

Fielding, 548-549

Questions

Fielding, 550-553

Lamoureux, 553

Wasyliw, 550-552

Ability to withdraw

Piwniuk, 560

Accessing social services

Extinguishing pension assets

Wasyliw, 557

Consultations

Bushie, 563, 565

Definition of hardship

Wasyliw, 557

Division of assets, relationship breakdown

Bushie, 564

Fielding, 549, 551

Johnston, 568

Wasyliw, 551

Economic impact

Fielding, 550-551

Wasyliw, 550

Expected opt out numbers

Fielding, 551-552

Wasyliw, 551-552, 554

Financial hardship provision

Adams, 570

Fielding, 549, 552-553

Johnston, 567

Wasyliw, 552, 557

Gradual unlocking recommendation

Gerrard, 569-570

Solvency funding, threshold reduction

Adams, 570

Bushie, 561

Fielding, 549, 551-552

Wasyliw, 551-552

Solvency reserve accounts

Wasyliw, 557-558

Stability of pensions

Fielding, 550

Wasyliw, 550

Unlocking provision, implications of

Bushie, 560

Gerrard, 568-569

Johnston, 568

Unlocking whole amount, tax implications

Fielding, 553

Lamoureux, 553

Updates to

Fielding, 549

Withdrawal of fifty percent

Wasyliw, 554

Pension Commission

Composition of

Johnston, 567

Recommendations

Johnston, 567

Wasyliw, 553

Pension plans

Catastrophic events

Gerrard, 569

Defined benefit vs. defined contribution

Adams, 572-574

Marcelino, 1103

Piwniuk, 559

Defined plans

Bushie, 561

Wasyliw, 554

First Nations contributions

Bushie, 561

Funding of plans

Moses, 1110

Pooled risk

Wasyliw, 553

Pooled vs. private

Wasyliw, 555-556

Private plans, fees and commissions

Wasyliw, 556

Private sector contributions

Fielding, 550

Wasyliw, 550

Seniors in poverty

Wasyliw, 556

Stock markets

Moses, 1107

Underfunding of

Lindsey, 1023

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

Personal bankruptcy

Lamont, 842

Personal protective equipment (PPE)

Agriculture workers

Brar, 1012

Business reopenings

Asagwara, 958

Decker Colony, production of

Ewasko, 1047

Helwer, 1047

Front-line health workers

Asagwara, 971

Friesen, 971

Icon Technologies, production of

Ewasko, 1047

Helwer, 1047

Joint procurement purchase agreement

Friesen, 662

Locally designed and produced

Ewasko, 1047

Helwer, 1047

N95 respirators, stock of

Asagwara, 824

Pallister, 824

Winpak manufacturing, production of

Ewasko, 1047

Helwer, 1047

Personal Protective Equipment Reporting Act (Bill 213)

1 R

Kinew, 953

Personal-care homes. See also Health Services Insurance Amendment Act (Personal Care Home Guidelines); Members' statements; Petitions

Conditions in Ontario

Gerrard, 1078

Crowded conditions

Marcelino, 1099-1100

Hours of care per day

Marcelino, 1105

Improvement of conditions

Friesen, 164

Gerrard, 164

KPMG recommendations

Kinew, 1080-1081

Pallister, 1081

Request for support of Bill 212

Asagwara, 1083

Friesen, 1083-1084

Restrictions on visitations

Friesen, 164

Gerrard, 163-164

Social, mental, spiritual needs

Marcelino, 1099

Staffing and training review

Friesen, 164

Gerrard, 164

Personal-care homes, COVID-19. See also Members' statements; Ministerial statements

High risk area

Gerrard, 667

Oversight

Gerrard, 1087

Pallister, 1087-1088

Rapid response team

Gerrard, 1087

Pallister, 1087-1088

Staffing and funding

Friesen, 664

Gerrard, 664

Staffing, one worker per site

Friesen, 955

Video linking, use of

Friesen, 485

Gerrard, 485, 643

Visitation, caregiver exemption

Gerrard, 822

Petitions

Crown land leases

Brar, 344, 386, 451-452, 486-487, 547, 592, 654, 1009-1010

Dauphin Correctional Centre

Adams, 653

Asagwara, 653-654, 973, 1050, 1092-1093

B. Smith, 1049-1050, 1091-1092

Bushie, 654

Fontaine, 657-658, 973, 1050, 1092

Lindsey, 654-655, 973-974, 1010, 1092

Marcelino, 656, 974, 1092

Moses, 656, 972, 1093

Naylor, 656-657, 1091

Sala, 657, 1009, 1050

Sandhu, 657, 1010

Wasyliw, 657, 1049

Wiebe, 655, 974, 1049, 1093

Early learning and child-care programs

Adams, 343-344, 385-386, 451

Personal-care homes

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

Winnipeg Humane Society Foundation Incorporation Act

Fontaine, 1009

Pharmacare. See National pharmacare program

Phosphorus levels

Lake Winnipeg

Gerrard, 102

Physicians

Billing disputes, right to appeal

Asagwara, 444

Friesen, 444

Increase in

Guenter, 36

Remuneration, enhanced audit capacity

Friesen, 597-598

Pitch, Allen (Amazing Entertainment Agency)

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Bill 55)

Written submission to committee, 950

Piwniuk, Doyle (Turtle Mountain) PC

Boissevain-Morton

Recreational activities offered, 82-83

Civil Service Superannuation Amendment Act (Bill 43)

2 R

Debate, 1025-1026

Parental leave flexibility, 1026

Committee of Supply

Committee report, 660, 937

Supplementary Supply, 658

Committee of the Whole

Committee report, 933, 949

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 2019-2020

Committee report, 668

Communities in Bloom award

Boissevain-Morton winners, 82

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 263-264

International Peace Gardens

Development and renewal, 263

General comments, 82

Management of Foster Homes

Auditor General's report, November 2019, 82

Members' statements

Turtle Mountain Provincial Park, 82-83

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (Bill 8)

2 R

Debate, 558-560

Ability to withdraw, 560

Pension plans

Defined benefit vs. defined contribution, 559

Throne Speech

Debate, 262-264

Tourism promotion, 263

Turtle Mountain constituency, 262-263

Turtle Mountain Provincial Park, 82-83

Planning Amendment Act (Bill 6)

1 R

Squires, 39

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

1 R

Squires, 813

Points of Order

By Kinew regarding mentioning the presence/absence of members

Friesen, 899-901

Goertzen, 901

Kinew, 899-901

Lamoureux, 901

By Martin regarding commenting on the attire of Members

Martin, 427

Speaker's ruling, 427

P/O by Fontaine regarding media reports on allegations of harassment by MLA's and whether or not media reports can be referenced in the Chamber

Fontaine, 289-290

Speaker's ruling, 289-290

P/O by Fontaine regarding staying on topic during debate

Fontaine, 391

Schuler, 391

Speaker's ruling, 391-392

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

Fontaine, 700

Gerrard, 700

Goertzen, 699-700

Speaker's ruling, 700

P/O by Kinew regarding the CN Rail strike

Deputy Speaker's ruling, 54

Goertzen, 53-54

Kinew, 53

Police/policing

Public safety and crime

Cullen, 430

Policing and Public Safety Strategy

Eight pillars of

Cullen, 429

Population increase, world

Challenges in feeding

Brar, 252

Population--provincial

New Canadians, percentage of

Sala, 499

Portable Housing Benefit

Addiction and mental health

B. Smith, 192

Kinew, 119-120

Stefanson, 119-120

Portage la Prairie

Bear Clan Patrol expansion

Cullen, 384

Wishart, 384

Post-secondary education. See also Scholarships and bursaries

Academic achievement plan

Lamoureux, 448

Pallister, 448

Department merged with economic development

Bushie, 358

Government involvement

Eichler, 445

Moses, 445-447

Pallister, 446-447

Request for funding increase

Eichler, 166

Moses, 166

Staff layoff concerns

Moses, 965-966

Pallister, 965-966

Tuition and operating grants

Kinew, 20-21

Pallister, 20-21

Post-secondary education, COVID-19

International student health coverage

Asagwara, 824

Pallister, 824

Poverty

Criminalization of

Lamont, 433

Interpersonal violence

Moses, 305

Mental/physical health, impact on

Asagwara, 604

Public safety and crime

Fontaine, 429

Moses, 429

PPE. See Personal protective equipment

Prebudget consultations

Pallister, 265

Premier of Manitoba

Letter to seniors

Printing and postage costs

Lamont, 1046

Pallister, 1046

PrEP medication

Provincial coverage for

Friesen, 280-281

Naylor, 274, 280-281

Prescription medication. See National pharmacare program

Dispensary fee waiver

Asagwara, 957-958

Friesen, 970

Lamoureux, 970

Ninety-day ban

Dispensing fee coverage

Friesen, 872

Lamont, 872

Pharmacare deductible freeze

Friesen, 955

Thirty day limit

Asagwara, 957

Friesen, 955

Principals. See Public Schools Amendment Act (Teaching Experience of Principals)

Probate fee

Elimination of

Fielding, 838

Wasyliw, 633, 856

Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)

Manitoba results

Lamoureux, 327-328

Property crime increase

Gerrard, 101

Provincial finances

Government record

Lamont, 970

Pallister, 970

Matter of Privilege

Gerrard, 677, 689

Goertzen, 677

Wasyliw, 687-689

Wiebe, 675-677

Matter of Urgent Public Importance

Goertzen, 975-976

Kinew, 976-978

Lamont, 974-975

Third quarter report

Fielding, 485-486

Johnston, 485

Update request

Lamont, 975, 1006, 1046

Pallister, 1006, 1046

Provincial finances, COVID-19

Lieutenant Governor message

Appropriation for pandemic

Fielding, 874

Supplement to Budget 2020

Fielding, 832

Update to budget

Lamont, 828

Pallister, 828

Provincial government

Transparency and accountability

Wasyliw, 1067

Provincial Nominee Program

Application processing times

Lamoureux, 141

Provincial parks. See also Fisheries Amendment, Forest Amendment and Provincial Parks Amendment Act

Entrance fee waiver request

Lamoureux, 1047

Passes and licences

B. Smith, 1113

Rules and guidelines

Guillemard, 1047

Lamoureux, 1047

Provincial sales tax (PST). See also Fuel Tax Amendment and Retail Sales Tax Amendment Act

2020 Tax Rollback Guarantee

Wishart, 629

Expansion of

Isleifson, 324

Increase

Wishart, 629

Increase, impact on low-income Manitobans

Martin, 78

Personal services, removal from

Morley-Lecomte, 105

Reduction

Fielding, 546

Gordon, 32

Guenter, 34

Michaleski, 546

Nesbitt, 136

Wishart, 629

Residential/commercial properties

Elimination for

Fielding, 886

Pryor, Taylor

Gerrard, 237

Psychological services

Medicare coverage

Gerrard, 102

Public Accounts, Standing Committee on

First report

Maloway, 271-272

Public Health Amendment Act (Bill 59)

1 R

Friesen, 866

2 R

Debate

Asagwara, 916-917

Opening statement

Friesen, 912-914

Questions

Asagwara, 914-916

Friesen, 914-916

Lamoureux, 914

C/3 R

Asagwara, 936

Friesen, 936

R/A

Filmon, 949

Chief Public Health Officer

Authority to enact measures during pandemic

Friesen, 913

Chief Public Health Officer, enforcement orders

Appeal mechanisms

Asagwara, 915

Friesen, 915

Fines for non-compliance

Friesen, 914

Impact on marginalized communities

Asagwara, 916

Peace officer allowances

Friesen, 913-914

Peace officer training

Asagwara, 914-915

Friesen, 914-915

Committee of the Whole

Amendment

Clause 5

Lamoureux, 932

Consultations

Asagwara, 916

Fielding, 916

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

1 R

Pedersen, 814

Public Health emergencies. See Emergency Measures Amendment Act

Public safety and crime. See also Resolutions

Addiction services

Rural and urban support

Lamont, 382-383

Pallister, 383

Budget 2020

Fielding, 836

Community safety summit

Cullen, 90-91, 121

Fontaine, 19, 90-91

Gordon, 32

Kinew, 121, 201-202

Lamont, 246

Pallister, 201-202, 246-247

Government response

Lamont, 51-52

Pallister, 51-52

Long-term investments needed

Kinew, 58

Methamphetamine addiction

Lamoureux, 139-140

Police forces co-ordinated strategy

Cullen, 430

Poverty link

Fontaine, 429

Moses, 429

Public information strategy

Cullen, 430

Safety strategy

Fontaine, 440

Use of civil forfeiture

Lamont, 246

Pallister, 246

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

1 R

Wasyliw, 330

2 R

Debate

Ewasko, 420-422

Johnston, 422-424

Lamoureux, 419-420

Micklefield, 417-419

Opening statement

Wasyliw, 413-415

Questions

Ewasko, 416

Kinew, 415, 417

Lamoureux, 416

Micklefield, 415, 417

Moses, 416

Wasyliw, 415-417

Wowchuk, 416

Evaluations and feedback

Wasyliw, 414, 415

Exemptions--rural/Northern Manitoba

Wasyliw, 413, 416

Wowchuk, 416

Request for support

Goertzen, 337-338

Naylor, 337-338

Unforeseen circumstance appointments

Micklefield, 418

Public Schools Finance Board

Annual Report June 30, 2019

Goertzen, 815

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

1 R

Schuler, 233

Public service. See also Government Resolution under Religious freedom of citizens

Freedom of conscience

Guillemard, 70

Hiring of senior public servant

Compensation disclosure request

Pallister, 1044-1045

Sala, 1044

Politicization concerns

Lamont, 1051

Premier's former campaign manager

Fontaine, 1055

Lamont, 1052

Politicization concerns

Lamont, 1095

Religious freedom restrictions--Quebec

Micklefield, 144

Public Service Act (Bill 19)

1 R

Helwer

Public Service Group Insurance Fund: Benefits Summary

Auditor's report and Financial Statements, April 30, 2019

Fielding, 198

Public service layoffs. See also Matter of Urgent Public Importance

Concerns for

Kinew, 963-965, 976

Pallister, 963-965

Economic impact

Kinew, 1039-1040

Pallister, 1040

Wiebe, 1102

Economic recovery concerns

Kinew, 1008

Pallister, 1008-1009

Front-line services, impact on

Pallister, 1042-1043

Wasyliw, 1042-1043

Matter of Urgent Public Importance

Goertzen, 975-976

Kinew, 976-978

Lamont, 974-975

PC election platform

Kinew, 999-1000

Pallister, 1000-1001

Wiebe, 1032, 1102

Pension funds, impact on

Marcelino, 1104

Moses, 1107

Wiebe, 1032

Reason for

Lamont, 1006

Pallister, 1006

Reduced work week

Kinew, 870, 976

Pallister, 870

Public Services Sustainability Act

Matter of Privilege

Gerrard, 780-781

Goertzen, 780

Lindsey, 773-780

Public Services Sustainability Amendment Act (Bill 9)

1 R

Helwer, 233

2 R

Debate

Asagwara, 348-353

Brar, 366-369

Bushie, 353-360

Lamoureux, 360-361

Sala, 361-366

Opening statement

Helwer, 344-345

Questions

Gerrard, 346

Helwer, 345-348

Lamoureux, 347

Lindsey, 345-348

Legal advice, potential court challenge

Lamoureux, 347

Public transit

Accessibility

Wasyliw, 536-537

Louise Bridge proposal

Maloway, 439

Municipal 50/50 agreement

Elimination of

Wasyliw, 536-537

Winnipeg Transit Master Plan

Maloway, 439

Public Utilities Board. See Opposition Day Motion

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

1 R

Fielding, 812

Punjabis for Covid19 Relief

Brar, 997-998

 

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