# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

CINDEX Index

R

Reading

Importance of

Schuler, 535

Reconciliation strategy

Budget 2020

Fielding, 837

Recycling

Heavy metal material

Municipal zoning concerns

Lamont, 125

Wharton, 125

Red Cross

Fall storm response

Lathlin, 117-118

Northern assistance

Adams, 475-476

Reducing Red Tape and Improving Services Act, 2020 (Bill 37)

1 R

Squires, 813

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

1 R

Friesen, 271

2 R

Debate

Asagwara, 601-606

Gerrard, 613-615

Isleifson, 606-608

Lindsey, 608-613

Opening statement

Friesen, 592-598

Questions

Asagwara, 598-601

Friesen, 598-601

Gerrard, 599

Lamont, 601

Lamoureux, 599

Community involvement in decision making

Gerrard, 614

First Nations consultations

Asagwara, 601

Friesen, 601

Health authorities under one piece of legislation

Friesen, 595-596

Indigenous input into legislation

Asagwara, 606

LGBTTQ2S consultations

Asagwara, 599-600, 602-603

Friesen, 599-600

Nurses, consultations with

Asagwara, 598

Friesen, 598-599

Service purchase agreements, standardization of

Friesen, 597

Regulated Health Professions Amendment Act (Bill 57)

1 R

Friesen, 865

2 R

Debate

Asagwara, 903-905

Lamoureux, 905-906

Opening statement

Friesen, 897-902

Questions

Asagwara, 902-903

Friesen, 902-903

Lamoureux, 902

C/3 R

Friesen, 936

R/A

Filmon, 949

Committee of the Whole

Amendment

Clause 2

Lamoureux, 931

Foreign health workers

Eligibility to work in Canada during COVID-19

Friesen, 902

Lamoureux, 902

Health workers, registration requirement waiver

Emergency situations

Friesen, 898-899

Out-of-practice health workers

Responsibility for training

Asagwara, 902-903

Friesen, 902-903

Restrictions on

Asagwara, 902

Friesen, 902

Supervision of

Lamoureux, 905

Professional bodies, restrictions on

Friesen, 898

Religious freedom. See also Government Resolution

Indigenous persecution

Bushie, 220-221

Kinew, 223

Personal narrative

Asagwara, 226

Brar, 214

Cox, 219-220

Quebec Bill 21

Asagwara, 226-227

Brar, 214

Bushie, 220-221

Kinew, 223

Lamont, 222

Micklefield, 229

Naylor, 230

Pallister, 211

Wiebe, 218-219

Value of diversity

Brar, 214-215

Squires, 225

Wearing of religious symbols

Cox, 220

Guillemard, 217-218

Naylor, 230

Rent Assist benefit

Clawback concerns

CERB recipients

B. Smith, 872

Stefanson, 872-873

COVID-19 pandemic

B. Smith, 892, 895

Fielding, 892

Lamont, 896

Wiebe, 1101

Deductible increase

Fontaine, 734

Individuals receiving, reduction in

Marcelino, 1105

Individuals with mental health disabilities

Loss of benefit

Adams, 571

Bushie, 562

Number of people receiving

Fielding, 892

Rental assistance, COVID-19. See also Residential Tenancies Amendment Act

Commercial properties

Fielding, 1044

Lamont, 1028

Wiebe, 1043

Evictions, penalties for landlords

B. Smith, 893-894

Fielding, 893-894

Evictions/rent increases, request to freeze

Fielding, 1043-1044

Wiebe, 1043

Foreclosure/eviction freeze

B. Smith, 827

Pallister, 827-828

Rent Assist benefit

B. Smith, 892, 895

Fielding, 892

Lamont, 896

Wiebe, 1101

Rent freeze

B. Smith, 892

Fielding, 892

For renters

Fielding, 891

Wiebe, 1101

Rental properties. See also Residential Tenancies Amendment Act

Evictions, number of

B. Smith, 894

Fielding, 894

Resch, Simon. See Members' statements under Rodewald, Keesy and Simon Resch

Residential Tenancies Act

Interpersonal violence victims

Lease termination rights

Cox, 454

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Bill 58)

1 R

Fielding, 865

2 R

Debate

B. Smith, 895-897

Opening statement

Fielding, 891-892

Questions

B. Smith, 892-894

Fielding, 892-895

Lamont, 894-895

Sala, 893

C/3 R

Fielding, 936

R/A

Filmon, 949

Commercial renters, relief for

Fielding, 893

Sala, 893

Committee of the Whole

Amendment

Clause 5(4)

Lamont, 932

Eviction notice suspensions, when to lift ban

Lamont, 896-897

Rent freezes, length of

B. Smith, 892

Fielding, 892

Resolutions

Debate

A. Smith, 634-635$

Asagwara, 637-638

Lamont, 639

Sala, 635-637

Wasyliw, 632-634

Deficit increase inquiry

Lamont, 630-631

Wishart, 631

High vs. low earners

Wasyliw, 630, 632

Wishart, 630

Opening statement

Wishart, 627-629

Questions

A. Smith, 630-631

Gordon, 630

Lamont, 630

Martin, 631

Wasyliw, 630-631

Wishart, 630-632

Call to address the urgent public safety crisis

Debate

A. Smith, 434-435

Cullen, 429-431

Lamont, 433-434

Teitsma, 431-432

Opening statement

Fontaine, 424-426

Questions

A. Smith, 427

Adams, 428

Bushie, 428

Fontaine, 427-429

Isleifson, 428

Moses, 427, 429

Teitsma, 426-427, 428

Removing education tax from property

Debate

Isleifson, 323-325

Lamoureux, 327-328

Naylor, 325-327

Wasyliw, 328

Wiebe, 321-323

Opening statement

Michaleski, 317-319

Questions

Ewasko, 320

Gerrard, 321

Isleifson, 320

Lamoureux, 319-320

Michaleski, 319-321

Wiebe, 319-321

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

Debate

Cullen, 527-529

Fontaine, 529-530

Gerrard, 532-533

Michaleski, 530-532

Nesbitt, 533

Opening statement

Marcelino, 522-525

Questions

Ewasko, 525-526

Fontaine, 525, 527

Gerrard, 526

Marcelino, 525-527

Nesbitt, 525-526

Respiratory therapists

Shortage, COVID-19

Fielding, 855

Lamoureux, 854

Responsible Reintegration program

Cullen, 529

Restall, Sheilah Lee. See Members' statements under Tribute to Veteran's Poppy Memorial Blanket

Restorative justice

Benefit of

Gerrard, 532

Cases referred to

Cullen, 528

Restorative justice centre and healing lodge

Request for construction in Dauphin

Adams, 546-547

B. Smith, 544-545

Cullen, 481-482, 544-545, 546-547, 652

Fontaine, 481-482, 541-542

Kinew, 539-541

Lamont, 546

Lindsey, 652-653

Pallister, 539-541, 653

Traditional indigenous viewpoints

Marcelino, 524

Restoring Safe Services plan

COVID-19 pandemic

Friesen, 954

Restricting Mandatory Overtime for Nurses Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 205)

1 R

Asagwara, 371

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

1 R

Fielding, 81

2 R

Debate

Brar, 510-511

Lagimodiere, 496-498

Lamont, 503-504

Moses, 504-510

Sala, 498-503

Wasyliw, 491-496

Opening statement

Fielding, 487

Questions

Fielding, 487-491

Gerrard, 490

Lamont, 489

Moses, 490

Wasyliw, 487-490

Wiebe, 490-491

Collective agreement conflicts

Wasyliw, 492

Economic effects

Moses, 509

Employee right to refuse

Fielding, 487, 489

Lagimodiere, 497

Sala, 503

Wasyliw, 487-488, 489, 491

Exemptions

Fielding, 489-490

Wasyliw, 489, 494

Impact on Northern workers

Moses, 509

Impact on students

Moses, 508

Municipal by-law authority

Fielding, 489

Lagimodiere, 497

Lamont, 504

Moses, 506-507

Sala, 500-501

Original legislation, exemptions

Lagimodiere, 497

Original legislation, outdated

Lagimodiere, 496

Recognizing diverse holidays

Brar, 510-511

Fielding, 488

Moses, 505-506

Sala, 498-500

Wasyliw, 488, 492-493

Retail workers, fixed/flexible schedules

Moses, 507-508

Youth consultation

Moses, 505

Retail Council of Canada

Concerns with Bill 2

Wasyliw, 492

Retail crime increase

Retail Council's concerns

Cullen, 245

Lamont, 246

Moses, 245

Pallister, 245-246

Retail workers

Fixed/flexible schedules

Moses, 507-508

Reyes, Jon (Waverley) PC

Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada (ANAVETS)

Municipal property tax exemption, 311-312

Bautista, Rudy

Hall of Fame inductee, 17-18

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

2 R

Debate, 989-991

Adoption of national standards, 989

Electrical codes, standardization across province, 990

Permit application processing times, 990

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 149

Life of Peg Association of Manitoba, 1038

Manitoba Tenpin Federation

Hall of fame inductee, 17

Mario T. Mance P. Eng Memorial Scholarship, 1038

Members' statements

Mance, Evangeline, 1038

Rudy Bautista-Hall of Fame inductee, 17-18

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 200)

1 R, 197-198

2 R

Opening statement, 311-312

Questions, 313-315

Municipal property taxes

Legion branches, removal from, 150

Military organization exemption, 312, 313

Royal Canadian Legion

Municipal property tax, removal of, 150, 197

Annual cost savings, 313, 314

General comments, 150, 197, 311-312

Outside City of Winnipeg, 313, 314

VLT revenues, increase in, 150

School construction

New locations, 149

Special envoy for military affairs

Current mandate, 312

Korzeniowski, Bonnie, 311

Throne Speech

Debate, 148-151

Video lottery terminals (VLT's)

Legion revenue, increase in, 150

Waverley constituency, 149

Ride sharing and taxi companies

Fee and insurance requirements

Sandhu, 647-648

Wharton, 647-648

Wiebe, 741-742

Matter of Privilege

Gerrard, 744-745

Micklefield, 745

Wiebe, 740-744

Riel constituency

Squires, 997

Rodewald, Keesy. See Members' statements

Rogers, Edith

First woman MLA

Cox, 578

Royal Canadian Legion. See also Municipal Assessment Amendment Act

Community gardens

Wiebe, 315-316

Minnedosa memorial banner project

Nesbitt, 84-85

Municipal property tax, removal of

Annual cost savings

Fontaine, 312-313

Isleifson, 314

Reyes, 313, 314

General comments

Gordon, 31

Nesbitt, 138

Reyes, 150, 197, 311-312

Outside City of Winnipeg

Reyes, 313, 314

Wiebe, 313, 314

No Stone Left Alone

Wiebe, 315

Norwood St. Boniface Branch 43

A. Smith, 155

VLT revenues, increase in

Gordon, 31

Nesbitt, 138

Reyes, 150

Rural Manitoba

Addiction treatment services

Lamont, 382-383

Pallister, 383

Health service reforms, impact of

Asagwara, 66

Bushie, 356

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Access to services, difficulty

Naylor, 300

Paramedics, increase in

Guenter, 36

Youth psychiatric assessments

Lathlin, 189

 

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