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CINDEX Index

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Safe consumption site

Alcohol addiction

Lamont, 433

Safer Streets, Safer Lives Action Plan

Community law enforcement initiatives

Cullen, 165

Johnson, 164-165

Public safety initiative

A. Smith, 434

Three pillars of

Cullen, 430

Sala, Adrien (St. James) NDP

Affordability--provincial

Cost-of-living increases, 635-636

Senior citizens, challenges for, 636

Affordable housing units

Income inequality, 100

Number sold, 636

Child care

Need for affordable, 636

Climate change

Need to address, 100

Collective bargaining rights

U of M strike, 366

COVID-19, employment

Paid sick leave, front-line workers, 911

Right to refuse unsafe work, 911, 912

Crown corporations

Budget and staffing, 365

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 97

Emergency room services

Closures, 362-363

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Bill 55)

2 R

Debate, 911-913

Questions, 910-911

Paid leave inquiry, 910

Employment, COVID-19

Paid sick leave, front-line workers, 911

Right to refuse unsafe work, 911, 912

Front-line workers, COVID-19

Paid sick leave for, 911

Health-care service reform

ER closures, 362-363

Vacancy rates--rural Manitoba, 363

Housing, rising cost

Impact on low-income earners, 636

Income inequality

Affordable housing challenges, 100

Liquor & Lotteries Corporation

Matter of Privilege, 808-809

Liquor Mart robberies

Placing police at locations, 242

Liquor sales, home delivery

Delivery drivers, ID checking concerns, 878-879

Delivery drivers, safety concerns, 877

Restriction on hours, 877

Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Control Amendment and Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation Amendment Act (Bill 15)

2 R

Debate, 877-878

Questions, 876-877

Manitoba Hydro

Administrative workforce reduction, 1061

Emergency response

Staff reduction concerns, 364, 387

Employee satisfaction survey, 396

General comments, 396-397

Governance concerns, 392-393

IT services, privatization of, 397

Matter of Privilege re: annual reports, 701-703

Privatization inquiry, 25-26

Rate affordability, 362

Rate increases, 396-397, 635

Reduced workforce, safety concerns, 1060

Review--consultant compensation, 483-484

Turning the Page Agreement cancellation, 394-395

Types of borrowing expected, 389

Manitoba Hydro Amendment Act (Bill 4)

2 R

Debate, 390-397

Questions, 387-389

Manitoba Hydro, layoffs

Request to reverse, 1002

Total number of, 1060

Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF)

Turning the Page Agreement cancellation, 394-395

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI)

Premiums, rebate request, 873

Rate increases, 635

Matters of Privilege

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, 701-703

Regarding the government not calling a meeting of the Crown Corporations Committee to consider annual reports from Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries, 808-809

Members' statements

St. James Assiniboia 55+ Centre, 199

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 99

Minimum wage

Retail workers, 499-500

Municipalities

Retail hours of operation

By-law authority, 500-501

Northern health care

Position vacancy rates, 363

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, 1060-1062

Oral Questions

Hiring of senior public servant

Compensation disclosure request, 1044

Liquor Mart robbery prevention

Placing police at locations, 242

Manitoba Hydro

Privatization inquiry, 25-26

Manitoba Hydro layoffs

Request to reverse, 1002

Manitoba Hydro review

Consultant compensation, 483-484

MPI premiums

Rebate request, 873

Petitions

Dauphin Correctional Centre, 657, 1009, 1050

Population--provincial

New Canadians, percentage of, 499

Public service

Hiring of senior public servant

Compensation disclosure request, 1044

Public Services Sustainability Amendment Act (Bill 9)

2 R

Debate, 361-366

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Bill 58)

2 R

Questions, 893

Commercial renters, relief for, 893

Resolutions

Debate, 635-637$

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

2 R

Debate, 498-503

Employee right to refuse, 503

Municipal by-law authority, 500-501

Recognizing diverse holidays, 498-500

Senior citizens

Affordability challenges, 636

Increased health costs, 636

St. James constituency, 98

Throne Speech

Debate, 97-100

Turning the Page Agreement, 394-395

University of Manitoba strike

Collective bargaining rights, 366

Workers Compensation Benefit, COVID-19

Paid leave, 911

Sanderson, Jan. See Members' statements

Sandhu, Mintu (The Maples) NDP

Business, COVID-19

Canada Emergency Business Account

Taxi companies ineligibility, 1016

Canada Emergency Business Account

Taxi companies ineligibility, 1016

Cityplace sale

Crown properties, 282-283

COVID-19, business

Canada Emergency Business Account

Taxi companies ineligibility, 1016

COVID-19, by sector

Taxi services, decrease in, 1015-1016

COVID-19, financial assistance

Canada Emergency Business Account

Taxi companies ineligibility, 1016

Crown properties

Cityplace sale, 282-283

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 249-250

Gap Protection Program

Taxi companies ineligibility, 1016

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI)

Fair practice complaints, 88-89

Reserve fund regulation, PUB ruling, 385

Matters of Grievance

Effects of the pandemic on the Taxi industry, 1015-1016

Members' statements

Wayfinders program, 155-156

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 195, 248-249

Oral Questions

Crown properties

Sale of Cityplace, 282-283

Manitoba Public Insurance

Fair practice complaints, 88-89

MPI reserve fund regulation

Public Utilities Board ruling, 385

Ride sharing and taxi companies

Fee and insurances requirements, 647-648

Petitions

Dauphin Correctional Centre, 657, 1010

Ride sharing and taxi companies

Fee and insurance requirements, 647-648

Taxi companies

Canada Emergency Business Account ineligibility, 1016

COVID-19, by sector

Service reduction, 1015-1016

Fee and insurance requirements, 647-648

Gap Protection Program

Ineligibility, 1016

Matters of Grievance re: effects of pandemic, 1015-1016

Throne Speech

Debate, 194-195, 248-250

Wayfinders program, 155-158

Save Our Seine

Moses, 821

Scholarships and bursaries

Budget 2020

Fielding, 838-839

School boards

Budget/financial responsibilities

Micklefield, 419

Hiring discretion

Micklefield, 418-419

School bus drivers

Winnipeg School Division strike action

Bushie, 563

School closures

COVID-19

Friesen, 816

Naylor, 830-831

Pallister, 831

Reopening of schools

Support staff layoffs

Goertzen, 1088-1089

Naylor, 1088-1089

School construction

Fresh Projects contractor--Brandon

Kinew, 479-480

Pallister, 479-480

General contractor problems--Brandon

Adams, 649-650

Goertzen, 649-650

Matter of Privilege re: construction company "Fresh Projects"

Goertzen, 728

Kinew, 722-728

New locations

Martin, 96

Reyes, 149

Smook, 262

Public/private school funding

Lamont, 1087

Pallister, 1087

School divisions

Staff layoff concerns

Fontaine, 966-967

Goertzen, 967

School nutrition programs. See also Members' statements

Child Nutrition Council

Asagwara, 683

Funding

Goertzen, 162-163

Marcelino, 162

Funding support for organizations

Goertzen, 162-163

Marcelino, 162

General comments

Kinew, 335-336

Pallister, 336

Matter of Privilege

Asagwara, 680-683

Gerrard, 684

Goertzen, 684

Universal breakfast program

First Nations children

Bushie, 651-652

Goertzen, 651-652

General comments

Kinew, 478-479

Pallister, 479-480

Inclusion in Budget 2020

B. Smith, 585-586

Goertzen, 585-587, 589

Kinew, 582-585, 645-646

Pallister, 582-585, 645-646

Wasyliw, 586-587

Wiebe, 588-589

Minister's position

Gerrard, 588

Marcelino, 587-588

School trustees

Teaching experience

Micklefield, 415, 417

Wasyliw, 415, 417

Schreyer, Ed

Kinew, 56

Schuler, Hon. Ron (Springfield-Ritchot) PC

All-weather roads

Northern Manitoba, 89

Amphibex fleet

Sale of, 24

Bibliothèque Ritchot Library Board, 536-536

Bridges

Winnipeg River Bridge

Completion of reconstruction, 209

Committee of the Whole

Emergency Measures Amendment Act (Bill 54)

Amendment

Clause 3, 927-929

Clause 7(4), 929

COVID-19, emergency orders

Fines for violating, 918

General comments, 918

Length of emergency, 920

Municipal powers, limits on, 919

Provincial authority to establish, 918

Reporting deadline variation orders, 918

Six month expiration date, 918

Temporary suspension orders, 918

Drivers and Vehicles Amendment Act (Bill 20)

1 R, 329

Emergency Measures Amendment Act (Bill 54)

1 R, 864-865

2 R

Opening statement, 918

Questions, 919-920

C/3 R, 935

Committee of the Whole

Amendment

Clause 3, 927-929

Clause 7(4), 929

Emergency orders, COVID-19

Communication methods (t.v., electronic, radio etc.), 920

Fines for violating, 918

General comments, 918

Length of emergency, 920

Municipal powers, limits on, 919

Provincial authority to establish orders, 918

Reporting deadline variation orders, 918

Six month expiration date, 918

Temporary suspension orders, 918

First Nations

Lake St. Martin outlet

Consultations, 341-342

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Control of Traffic by Flag Persons) (Bill 27)

1 R, 535

Highways and roads

Snow clearing services

Privatization, 122

I Love to Read Month, 535

Lake Manitoba-Lake St. Martin outlet

First Nations consultations, 341-342

Members' statements

Bibliothèque Ritchot Library Board, 535-536

Moonlight Madness in Oakbank, 373

Moonlight Madness, 373

Northern Manitoba

All-weather roads, 89

Oral Questions

All-weather roads

Northern Manitoba, 89

Highway snow clearing

Request not to privatize, 122

Lake Manitoba-Lake St. Martin outlet

First Nations consultations, 341-342

Spring flooding concerns

Government preparations, 384-385

Privatization of services, 24

Winnipeg River Bridge

Completion of reconstruction, 209

Points of Order

P/O by Fontaine regarding staying on topic during debate, 391

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

1 R, 233

Reading

Importance of, 535

Snow clearing services

Privatization, 122

Spring flooding

Government preparations, 384-385

Privatization of services, 24

Truck driving, commercial services

Entry level training, 329

Vehicle Technology Testing Act (Various Acts Amended) (Bill 23)

1 R, 471

Water Resources Administration Amendment Act (Bill 36)

1 R, 814-815

Winnipeg River Bridge

Completion of reconstruction, 209

Sears

Pension fund

Wasyliw, 557-558

Seine River constituency

Morley-Lecomte, 103-104

Senior citizens

Affordability challenges

Sala, 636

COVID-19 mortality rate

Gerrard, 474

Elder care, quality of

Marcelino, 1098

Elimination of branches and councils

Marcelino, 1100

Gwen Secter Creative Living Centre

Meal delivery service

Fontaine, 962

Hip-knee replacement

Physiotherapy expenses

Asagwara, 638

Increased health costs

Sala, 636

Pension plans and poverty

Wasyliw, 556

Policy development, need for

Marcelino, 1100

Supportive housing

Marcelino, 1100

Tax increases

Bushie, 562

Seniors advocate

Need for

Lamoureux, 141

Seniors Economic Recovery Credit

COVID-19 pandemic

Friesen, 955

Seven Oaks General Hospital

Changes to

Lamoureux, 140

Sexual assault

Provincial numbers

Marcelino, 307

Moses, 303

Rape kits, difficulty accessing--Northern Manitoba

Lathlin, 189

Sexual violence. See Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Leave for Victims of Interpersonal Violence)

Shared Health Services

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Friesen, 594

Hospital management

Gerrard, 614

Investigating medical errors

Gerrard, 614

Mandate concerns

Gerrard, 613

Mental Health and Addictions

New interim director

Friesen, 599, 601

Gerrard, 613

Lamont, 601

Preventative focus, need for

Gerrard, 614

Province wide accountability

Gerrard, 614

Status update

Friesen, 599

Gerrard, 599

Lamoureux, 599

Shops Regulation Act

Repeal of

Lagimodiere, 498

Sinclair Park Community Centre

Fontaine, 962

Skinners restaurant

Lagimodiere, 272

Small business, COVID-19

Financial assistance

Fielding, 855

Gerrard, 855

Kinew, 869-870

Lamont, 870

Pallister, 870-872

Wiebe, 872

Impact on

Gerrard, 1013

Insolvencies

Lamont, 1028

Rent relief support

Gerrard, 1013-1014

Small class sizes

Positive outcomes

Adams, 176

Smith, Andrew (Lagimodière) PC

Bonivital Ringette Association, 960-961

Climate and Green Plan Amendment Act (Improved Climate Change Targets and Enhanced Ministerial Accountability) (Bill 203)

2 R

Debate, 522

Questions, 514

Conservation Trust

Total investment in, 514

Members' statements

Bonivital Ringette teams, 960-961

Norwood St. Boniface Legion Branch 43, 155

Resolutions

Debate, 634-635$

Questions, 630-631

Call to address the urgent public safety crisis

Debate, 434-435

Questions, 427

Royal Canadian Legion

Norwood St. Boniface Branch 43, 155

Safer Streets, Safer Lives Action Plan

Public safety initiative, 434

Smith, Bernadette (Point Douglas) NDP

Addiction

Substance Use and Addiction Awareness Week, 113-114

Budget 2020

Universal school breakfast program, 585-586

Canadian Emergency Response Benefit

EIA and Rent Assist clawback concerns, 872

Child and Youth Advocate Act

Matter of Privilege, 756-759, 761-762

Children's Advocate

Services to at risk youth not in CFS care, 757-759, 761

COVID-19, financial assistance

EIA recipients, 892, 895

COVID-19, food security

Food bank aid, 828

COVID-19, homeless

Homeless shelter aid, 828

COVID-19, rental assistance

Evictions, penalties for landlords, 893-894

Foreclosure/eviction freeze, 827

Rent Assist benefit, 892, 895

Rent freeze, 892

Dauphin Correctional Centre closure

Request for healing lodge in Dauphin, 544-545

Dynacare labs

Winnipeg closures, 193

Emergency room services

Wait times, 193-194

Employment and Income Assistance (EIA)

Clawback concerns

CERB recipients, 872

Recipients, impact of COVID-19, 892, 895

Wait time to access, 192-193

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

2 R

Questions, 287

Food security, COVID-19

Food bank aid, 828

Foreclosures/eviction freeze, COVID-19

General comments, 827

Penalties for landlords, 827

Homeless shelters

Funding extension request, 1086

Homeless, COVID-19

Shelter aid, 828

Housing

Portable Housing Benefit, 192

Indigenous children

Mental health and addiction services, 1039

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Extension of employment leave for MMIWG, 267

Liquor Mart robberies

Placing police at locations, 338-339

Manitoba Housing

Sale of units

General comments, 191

Manitoba Hydro, layoffs

General comments, 1070-1072

Matters of Privilege

Regarding the government's failure to proclaim the Child and Youth Advocate Act, 756-759, 761-762

Members' statements

Strathcona School provincial governance classes, 200

Youth mental health and addiction services, 1038-1039

Mental health and addiction

Indigenous children, services for, 1039

Portable Housing Benefit, 192

Mental health and poverty

Adequate funding for youth services, 249

Ministerial statements

Substance Use and Addictions Awareness Week, 113-114

Missing and murdered indigenous women and girls (MMIWG)

Employment leave protections, 267

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, 1070-1072

Oral Questions

Canadian Emergency Response Benefit

EIA and Rent Assist clawback concerns, 872

COVID-19 pandemic

Food bank aid, 828

Foreclosure/eviction freeze, 827

Homeless shelter help, 828

Dauphin Correctional Centre closure

Request for healing lodge in Dauphin, 544-545

Emergency homeless shelters

Funding extension request, 1086

Liquor Mart robbery prevention

Placing police at locations, 338-339

Universal school breakfast program

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 585-586

Youth mental health and poverty

Adequate funding for services, 249

Petitions

Dauphin Correctional Centre, 1049-1050, 1091-1092

Portable Housing Benefit

Addiction and mental health, 192

Provincial parks

Passes and licences, 1113

Rent Assist benefit

Clawback concerns

CERB recipients, 872

COVID-19 pandemic, 892-895

Rental assistance, COVID-19

Evictions, penalties for landlords, 893-894

Foreclosure/eviction freeze, 827

Rent Assist benefit, 892, 895

Rent freeze, 892

Rental properties

Evictions, number of, 894

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (Bill 58)

2 R

Debate, 895-897

Questions, 892-894

Rent freezes, length of, 892

Restorative justice centre and healing lodge

Request for construction in Dauphin, 544-545

School nutrition programs

Universal breakfast program

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 585-586

Social housing management

Responsibility for, 192

Substance Use and Addiction Awareness Week, 113-114

Throne Speech

Debate, 191-194

Youth at risk

Children not in CFS care, services for, 757-759, 761

Youth mental health

Funding for services, 249

Smook, Dennis (La Vérendrye) PC

2020 Tax Rollback Guarantee, 262

COVID-19, business

Gap Protection Program, 971-972

Economic development strategy

New private sector job targets, 261

Economic Growth Action Plan

Employment increase, 651

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 260

Gap Protection Program

Support for businesses, 971-972

Health-care service reform

General comments, 261

La Vérendrye constituency, 260

Manitoba 150

Celebrations, 262

Members' statements

Hovorka, Doris, 962-963

Operation Red Nose, 156

Operation Red Nose, 156

Oral Questions

Economic Growth Action Plan

Employment increase, 651

Gap Protection Program

Support for businesses, 971-972

School construction

New locations, 262

Taxation changes

Government plan, 321

Throne Speech

Debate, 260-262

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Grey Cup Champions, 260

Snow clearing services

Northern Manitoba

Lindsey, 106-107, 373-374

Privatization

Lindsey, 373-374

Schuler, 122

Wiebe, 122

Social and Economic Development Committee. See Matters of Privilege

Social housing management

Responsibility for

B. Smith, 192

Social housing units

Sale of

Marcelino, 1105

Southern First Nations Network of Care

IT system improvements needed

Lathlin, 205-206

Stefanson, 206

SPEACC. See Student Perspectives Expressed At City Council

Speaker's Statement

Manitoba Day 150

Driedger, 999

Marking the 100th anniversary of the first session of the Manitoba Legislature

Driedger, 471

Michaud, Claude, retirement, 1079

Regarding tabling of the Estimates of revenue for the Province. This matter is under advisement as a matter of privilege and is not to be raised in the House until the Speaker has ruled

Driedger, 111

Signorelli, Andrea, 1080

Special sitting of the Legislative Assembly due to COVID-19

Driedger, 861-862

Special envoy for military affairs

Current mandate

Reyes, 312

Korzeniowski, Bonnie

Reyes, 311

Wiebe, 316

Spring flooding

Government preparations

Kinew, 443-444

Pallister, 443-444

Schuler, 384-385

Wiebe, 384-385

Privatization of services

Schuler, 24

Wiebe, 23-24

Squires, Hon. Rochelle (Riel) PC

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

1 R, 813

2 R

Opening statement, 979-980

Questions, 980-983

Accessibility groups, consultations, 981

Adoption of national standards, 980, 981

Commissioner appointment, 982

Consultations, 980-981, 982-983

Dispute resolution, local level, 983

Electrical codes, standardization across province, 980

Legality of legislation, 981

Mayor consultations, 983

Mobile home requirements, modernization of, 980

New permit process, 980

Permit application processing times, 979-980

Centre Flavie-Laurent, 997

COVID-19, employment

Support for women workers, 1085

Discrimination

Increase in, 225

Domestic violence

Termination of leases, 285

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

2 R

Opening statement, 285

Questions, 285-288, 291

Leave days, number of, 287

Stakeholder consultations, 286

Employment, COVID-19

Support for women workers, 1085

Gap Protection Program

Eligibility of Manitoba fishers, 1084

Government Resolution

Religious freedom of citizens, 224-226

Green Team projects

Government investment, 1007

Interpersonal violence (domestic, sexual, stalking)

Extension of employment leave for MMIWG, 267

Extension of employment leave protections, 285

Harassment in the workplace, 291

Paid leave, low-income women, 285-286

Keystone Centre

New governance model, 341

Members' statements

Crawford, Liz, 961-962

Normand Park Residents Association, 274-275

Recognizing Riel constituency, 997

Minor Amendments and Corrections Act, 2020 (Bill 22)

1 R, 812-813

Missing and murdered indigenous women and girls (MMIWG)

Employment leave protections, 267-268

Modelling industry

Crawford, Liz, advocate for, 961-962

Municipal Statutes Amendment Act (Bill 29)

1 R, 577

Municipalities

Government relations, 967-968

Provincial funding request, 206-207

Normand Park Residents Association, 274-275

North End Sewage Treatment Plant upgrades

Government intention, 27

Request for provincial funding, 486

Office of the Fire Commissioner

Annual Report March 31, 2019, 815

Oral Questions

Gap Protection Program

Eligibility of Manitoba fishers, 1084

Green Team projects

Government investment, 1007

Keystone Centre

New governance model, 341

Layoffs due to COVID-19

Support for women workers, 1085

Manitoba municipalities

Government relations, 967-968

Provincial funding request, 206-207

North End Sewage Treatment Plant

Request for provincial funding, 486

Sewage treatment plant upgrades

Government intention, 27

Planning Amendment Act (Bill 6)

1 R, 39

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

1 R, 813

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

1 R, 813

Religious freedom

Value of diversity, 225

Riel constituency, 997

Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Services

Incident report for carbon monoxide incident, July 7, 2019, 82

Workplace harassment

Interpersonal violence, leave for, 291

St. Boniface Hospital

ER vacancies

Hiring and training of nurses

Asagwara, 482-483

Friesen, 482-483

St. James constituency

Sala, 98

St. Norbert Farmers' Market

Morley-Lecomte, 104

St. Vital constituency

Moses, 182

St. Vital Historical Society

Lamont, 537

Stainer, Cole. See Members' statements

Stalking. See Interpersonal violence

State of emergency. See Emergency orders, COVID-19

Statutes and Regulations Act

Regulations filed under

Cullen, 111

Stefanson, Hon. Heather (Tuxedo) PC

Adoption Options, 371-372

B & L Resources for Children and Youth and Families

Auditor General review, 124

Canadian Emergency Response Benefit

EIA and Rent Assist clawback concerns, 872-873

Child and Family Services (CFS)

Provincial funding inquiry, 208

Child and Family Services Information System (CFSIS)

Accuracy of information and security concerns, 163

Ransomware attack

Data security and upgrades, 381

Child care

Wait-list and capital projects, 48-49

Child care, COVID-19

Reopening the economy, 968-969, 1047-1048, 1085

Child-care facilities

Operating funds, 380-381

Children in care

Counting of, 207-208

Climate change

Provincial emission targets, 160-161

Co-operative housing

Accessibility, 651

COVID-19, child care

Reopening the economy, 968-969, 1047-1048, 1085

COVID-19, economy

Reopening, child care, 968-969, 1047-1048, 1085

Disabilities, persons with

Diagnostic assessments, 161-162

Disability economic support program

Government announcement, 1088

Economy, COVID-19

Reopening, child-care, 868-969, 1047-1048, 1085

Employment and Income Assistance (EIA)

Clawback concerns

CERB recipients, 872-873

Foster-care homes

Auditor General's recommendations, 124-125

Maintenance rates, 124-125

Homeless shelters

Funding extension request, 1086-1087

Homelessness

Sale of Manitoba Housing units, 650-651

Housing

Portable Housing Benefit, 119-120

Manitoba Housing

Sale of units

Housing placement wait times, 281

Waiting list and homelessness, 650-651

Mental health and addiction

Portable Housing Benefit, 119-120

Ministerial statements

Adoption Options, 371-372

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Grey Cup Champions, 111-112

Oral Questions

Access to affordable child care

Wait-list and capital projects, 48-49

Action on climate change

Provincial emission targets, 160-161

Addiction and mental health

Portable Housing Benefit, 119-120

Canadian Emergency Response Benefit

EIA and Rent Assist clawback concerns, 872-873

CFSIS ransomware attack

Data security and upgrades, 381

Chid and Family Services information system

Accuracy of information and security concerns, 163

Child and Family Services

Counting children in care, 207-208

Provincial funding inquiry, 208

Child-care facilities

Operating funds, 380-381

Co-operative housing

Accessibility for Manitobans, 651

Disability economic support program

Government announcement, 1088

Emergency homeless shelters

Funding extension request, 1086-1087

Foster-care homes and maintenance rates

Auditor General's recommendations, 124-125

Persons with disabilities

Diagnostic assessments, 161-162

Reopening the economy

Request for child-care plan, 968-969, 1047-1048, 1085

Sale of Manitoba Housing units

Wait time for housing placements, 281

Waiting list and homelessness, 650-651

Southern First Nations CFS database

IT system improvements needed, 206

Portable Housing Benefit

Addiction and mental health, 119-120

Rent Assist benefit

Clawback concerns

CERB recipients, 872-873

Southern First Nations Network of Care

IT system improvements needed, 206

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Grey Cup Champions, 111-112

Student financial aid. See also Scholarships and bursaries

Budget 2020 interest free loans

Fielding, 839

Student Perspectives Expressed At City Council (SPEACC)

Adams, 157

Substance Use and Addiction Awareness Week

B. Smith, 113-114

Friesen, 113

Gerrard, 114

Suicide prevention, youth

Inclusion in case planning

Gerrard, 208

Pallister, 208

Summary Budgeting Act (Various Acts Amended and Public Sector Executive Compensation Act Enacted) (Bill 18)

1 R

Fielding, 371

Sunday/holiday shopping. See also Retail Business Hours of Operation Act (Various Acts Amended or Repealed)

Expansion of hours

Martin, 78-79

Nesbitt, 137

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 2019-2020 (Bill 33)

1 R

Friesen, 660

2 R

Debate

Asagwara, 665-667

Gerrard, 667

Opening statement

Friesen, 660-663

Questions

Asagwara, 664-665

Friesen, 664-665

Gerrard, 664

Lamoureux, 665

C/3 R

Friesen, 668

Committee of the Whole, 668

R/A, 668-669

Surface water management

Role of trees

Gerrard, 519

Swish Productions

Fontaine, 962

 

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