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Walleye fish. See Fishing industry

Wasyliw, Mark (Fort Garry) NDP

Budget 2020

Probate fee elimination, 856

Universal school breakfast program, 586-587

Business taxes

Elimination of interest on, 633

Civil servants pension fund

End of universal participation, 554

Funding obligation, 550, 554

Privatization of plans, 553

Climate change

Provincial emission targets, 160

Economy--provincial

Job losses, 134

Education system

Administered as a business, 414

Funding by GDP, 328

Employment standards legislation

Update--Ontario, 494-495

Estimates of revenue

Tabling concerns, 93-94

Finance Department

Financial reporting recommendations

Statement of revenue for Budget 2020, 448

Quarterly financial reporting

Government intention, 448-449

Fort Garry constituency, 131

Fort Garry Public Library, 117

Health-care system

Matter of Privilege re: KPMG Phase Two review, 754-756

Holodomor, 41

Income inequality

Increase in, 134

Income tax

Basic Personal Amount

General comments, 856

Insurance

Fees, elimination of, 632

Interim Appropriation Act, 2020 (Bill 53)

2 R

Debate, 855-857

Libraries and community centres

Funding, 117

Manitoba Hydro, layoffs

Reason for, 1068

Matters of Privilege

Regarding cuts to the public service made by the government, the removal of public accountability, 687-689

Regarding the government talking about Bills outside of the House before they are introduced, 805-807

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, 754-756

Members' statements

Accessible public transit, 536-537

Library and community centre funding, 117

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 131-133

Ministerial statements

Holodomor, 41

Vyshyvanka Day, 1036

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, 1067-1068

Oral Questions

Action on climate change

Provincial emission targets, 160

Estimates of revenue

Tabling concerns, 93-94

Financial reporting recommendations

Statement of revenue for Budget 2020, 448

Public service layoffs

Impact on front-line services, 1042-1043

Quarterly financial reporting

Government intention, 448-449

Universal school breakfast program

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 586-587

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (Bill 8)

2 R

Debate, 553-558

Questions, 550-552

Accessing social services

Extinguishing pension assets, 557

Definition of hardship, 557

Division of assets, relationship breakdown, 551

Economic impact, 550

Expected opt out numbers, 551-552, 554

Financial hardship provision, 552, 557

Solvency funding, threshold reduction, 551-552

Solvency reserve accounts, 557-558

Stability of pensions, 550

Withdrawal of fifty percent, 554

Pension Commission

Recommendations, 553

Pension plans

Defined plans, 554

Pooled risk, 553

Pooled vs. private, 555-556

Private plans, fees and commissions, 556

Private sector contributions, 550

Seniors in poverty, 556

Petitions

Dauphin Correction Centre, 657

Dauphin Correctional Centre, 657, 1049

Probate fee

Elimination of, 633, 856

Provincial finances

Matter of Privilege, 687-689

Provincial government

Transparency and accountability, 1067

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

1 R, 330

2 R

Opening statement, 413-415

Questions, 415-417

Evaluations and feedback, 414, 415

Exemptions--rural/Northern Manitoba, 413, 416

Public service layoffs

Front-line services, impact on, 1042-1043

Public transit

Accessibility, 536-537

Municipal 50/50 agreement

Elimination of, 536-537

Resolutions

Debate, 632-634$

High vs. low earners, 630, 632

Questions, 630-631

Removing education tax from property

Debate, 328

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

2 R

Debate, 491-496

Questions, 487-490

Collective agreement conflicts, 492

Employee right to refuse, 487-488, 489, 491

Exemptions, 489, 494

Recognizing diverse holidays, 488, 492-493

Retail Council of Canada

Concerns with Bill 2, 492

School nutrition programs

Universal breakfast program

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 586-587

School trustees

Teaching experience, 415, 417

Schools

Universal breakfast program

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 586-587

Sears

Pension fund, 557-558

Senior citizens

Pension plans and poverty, 556

Taxation changes

Budget 2020, 856

Throne Speech

Debate, 131-135

Vyshyvanka Day, 1036

Water boil advisories

Northern Manitoba

Lathlin, 190

Water Resources Administration Amendment Act (Bill 36)

1 R

Schuler, 814-815

Waverley constituency

Reyes, 149

Wayfinders program

Martin, 1037

Sandhu, 155-158

We are All Valuable and Equal (WAVE)

Sexual orientation and gender identity support

Cox, 16

West Central Women's Resource Centre

Annual funding

Cox, 130

General comments

Naylor, 42

Help during Agnes St. fire

Naylor, 642

Move to Portage Avenue

Marcelino, 579

Western Manitoba Women's Regional Resource Centre

Budget 2020

Fielding, 837

Weston Memorial Community Centre

Marcelino, 43

Weston School area

Report regarding lead levels

Friesen, 126

Lamoureux, 126

Wharton, Hon. Jeff (Red River North) PC

Air quality testing--St. Boniface, 125-126

Cityplace sale

Crown properties, 282-283

Crown properties

Cityplace sale, 282-283

Environmental organizations

Provincial funding concerns, 123-134

Heavy metal recycling

Municipal zoning concerns, 125

Liquor Mart robberies

Employee safety and job security, 159-160

Placing police at locations, 242-243

Liquor sales, home delivery

Delivery drivers, safety concerns, 877

Food services/take away restaurants, 876

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

1 R, 329

2 R

Opening statement, 876

Questions, 877

C/3 R, 934-935

Manitoba Hydro

Debt projections, 1063

Emergency response

Staff reduction concerns, 388

Privatization inquiry, 25-26

Review--consultant compensation, 483-484

Short-term borrowing increase, 387

Types of borrowing expected, 389

Manitoba Hydro Amendment Act (Bill 4)

1 R, 39

2 R

Opening statement, 387

Questions, 387-390

C/3 R, 934

Manitoba Hydro, layoffs

Total number of, 1062

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI)

Fair practice complaints, 88-89

Premiums, rebate request, 873

Reserve fund regulation, PUB ruling, 385

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

1 R, 197

Municipal zoning

Heavy metal recycling concerns, 125

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, 1062-1063

Oral Questions

Air quality testing

St. Boniface area, 125-126

Crown properties

Sale of Cityplace, 282-283

Environmental organizations

Provincial funding concerns, 123-134

Heavy metal recycling

Municipal zoning concerns, 125

Liquor Mart employees

Workplace safety concerns, 159-160

Liquor Mart robbery prevention

Placing police at locations, 242-243

Manitoba Hydro

Privatization inquiry, 25-26

Manitoba Hydro review

Consultant compensation, 483-484

Manitoba Public Insurance

Fair practice complaints, 88-89

MPI premiums

Rebate request, 873

MPI reserve fund regulation

Public Utilities Board ruling, 385

Ride sharing and taxi companies

Fee and insurances requirements, 647-648

Recycling

Heavy metal material

Municipal zoning concerns, 125

Ride sharing and taxi companies

Fee and insurance requirements, 647-648

Taxi companies

Fee and insurance requirements, 647-648

Wiebe, Matt (Concordia) NDP

Affordable housing units

Investment in, need for, 1102

Amphibex fleet

Sale of, 23-24

Appropriation Act, 2020 (COVID-19 Response) (Bill 60)

1 R

Debate, 942-943

Questions, 939-941

Budget 2020

Universal school breakfast program, 588-589

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

2 R

Debate, 984-989

Questions, 980-983

Accessibility groups, consultations, 981, 985

Commissioner appointment, 982

Commissioners, authority of, 986

Consultations, 980-981, 982-983, 985

Dispute resolution, local level, 983

Legality of legislation, 981

Municipal consultations, 986

Civil Service Superannuation Amendment Act (Bill 43)

2 R

Debate, 1031-1034, 1100-1103

Questions, 1020

Climate change

Youth activism, 83

Committee of the Whole

Emergency Measures Amendment Act (Bill 54)

Amendment

Clause 3, 927

Concordia Hospital

ER services, 152

COVID-19 pandemic

Committee presentations during, 985

COVID-19, emergency orders

Commercial trucking services

Single-trip permit waiver, 887

Vulnerable people, concern for, 924

COVID-19, financial assistance

EIA recipients, 1101

Small business, 872

COVID-19, rental assistance

Commercial properties, 1043

Evictions/rent increases, request to freeze, 1043

Rent Assist benefit, 1101

For renters, 1101

COVID-19, small business

Financial assistance, 872

Education system

Complexity of the classroom, 153

Education system review

Results of, 322

Election 2019--provincial

Campaign volunteer recognition, 154

Emergency Measures Amendment Act (Bill 54)

2 R

Debate, 922-926

Committee of the Whole

Amendment

Clause 3, 927

Emergency orders, COVID-19

Commercial trucking services

Single-trip permit waiver, 887

Vulnerable people, concern for, 924

Emergency room services

Concordia Hospital, 152

Employment and Income Assistance (EIA)

Recipients, impact of COVID-19, 1101

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

2 R

Debate, 308-309

Flood mitigation

Matter of Privilege, 764-772

Foreclosures/eviction freeze, COVID-19

Request to freeze, 1043

Fuel Tax Amendment and Retail Sales Tax Amendment Act (Bill 62)

2 R

Debate, 888-890

Questions, 886-888

Essential goods, definition of, 886

Provincial revenues, loss to, 888

Small vs large business, savings for, 889

Government Resolution

Religious freedom of citizens, 218-219

Highways and roads

Snow clearing services

Privatization, 122

Infrastructure, strategic

Matters of Privilege, 764-772

Projects considered/dropped, 768-769

Water management projects, 768

Legislative session

Request for more sittings, 1100

Loan Act, 2020 (Bill 61)

2 R

Debate, 947

Questions, 945-947

Manitoba Hydro

Matter of Privilege re: hiring former Premier of B.C. for a review, 714-721

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, 714-721

Regarding misstatements by the government regarding the strategic infrastructure budget, specifically regarding flood mitigation, 764-772

Regarding the government's failure to bring forward their first quarter financial report, 675-677

Regarding the government's handling of rideshare and the taxi industry as raised during OQ, 740-744

Members' statements

Tosh, Courtney, 83

Universal school breakfast program, 580

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 200)

2 R

Debate, 315-317

Questions, 313-314

Municipalities

Government relations, 967-968

Provincial funding request, 206-207

No Stone Left Alone, 315

Oral Questions

COVID-19 pandemic response

Financial assistance for small business, 872

Evictions and rent increases

Request to freeze, 1043

Highway snow clearing

Request not to privatize, 122

Manitoba municipalities

Government relations, 967-968

Provincial funding request, 206-207

Spring flooding concerns

Government preparations, 384-385

Privatization of services, 23-24

Universal school breakfast program

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 588-589

Petitions

Dauphin Correctional Centre, 655, 974, 1049, 1093

Provincial finances

Matter of Privilege, 675-677

Public service layoffs

Economic impact, 1102

PC election platform, 1032, 1102

Pension funds, impact on, 1032

Religious freedom

Quebec Bill 21, 218-219

Rent Assist benefit

COVID-19 pandemic, 1101

Rental assistance, COVID-19

Commercial properties, 1043

Evictions/rent increases, request to freeze, 1043

Rent Assist benefit, 1101

For renters, 1101

Resolutions

Removing education tax from property

Debate, 321-323

Questions, 319-321

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

2 R

Questions, 490-491

Ride sharing and taxi companies

Fee and insurance requirements, 741-742

Matter of Privilege, 740-744

Royal Canadian Legion

Community gardens, 315-316

Municipal property tax, removal of

Outside City of Winnipeg, 313, 314

No Stone Left Alone, 315

School nutrition programs

Universal breakfast program

Inclusion in Budget 2020, 588-589

Small business, COVID-19

Financial assistance, 872

Snow clearing services

Privatization, 122

Special envoy for military affairs

Korzeniowski, Bonnie, 316

Spring flooding

Government preparations, 384-385

Privatization of services, 23-24

Taxi companies

Fee and insurance requirements, 741-742

Throne Speech

Debate, 151-154

Tosh, Courtney, 83

Truck driving, commercial services

Single-trip permit waiver, during state of emergency, 887

Single-trip permit waiver, need for, 886

Youth activism

Climate change, 83

Wildfire management

Plans for

Gerrard, 520

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

1 R

Johnson, 578

2 R

Debate

Brar, 620-622

Bushie, 624-626

Fontaine, 626-627

Lamont, 622-624

Opening statement

Johnson, 617-618

Questions

Brar, 618-620

Johnson, 618-620

Lamont, 619

Michaleski, 619-620

Wowchuk, 618-620

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Grey Cup Champions

Ewasko, 258

Goertzen, 168-169

Kinew, 112

Lamont, 112-113

Smook, 260

Stefanson, 111-112

Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Services:

Incident report for carbon monoxide incident, July 7, 2019

Squires, 82

Winnipeg General Strike

Kinew, 55

Winnipeg Humane Society Foundation Incorporation Act

Petition

Fontaine, 1009

Winnipeg Humane Society Foundation Incorporation Amendment Act (Bill 300)

1 R

Fontaine, 1035

Winnipeg Police Service

COVID-19, by sector

Safety concerns

Fontaine, 831-832

Pallister, 832

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA)

Employee engagement survey

Asagwara, 47-48

Friesen, 47-48

Hospital staffing levels

Asagwara, 25

Friesen, 25

Spending on salaries

Asagwara, 210

Pallister, 210

Winnipeg River Bridge

Completion of reconstruction

Ewasko, 208-209

Schuler, 209

Winnipeg School Division

Bus driver strike action

Bushie, 563

Winnipeg Transit Master Plan

Maloway, 439

Winpak manufacturing

PPE production

Ewasko, 1047

Helwer, 1047

Winter road construction

Indigenous workers

Bushie, 581

Wishart, Ian (Portage la Prairie) PC

Bear Clan Patrol

Expansion--Portage la Prairie, 384, 1077

Needle Team, 1077

Education property tax

Elimination of, 629-630

Flooding

Private insurance, 629

Green Team projects

Government investment, 1007

Insurance

Private flood, 629

Members' statements

Portage la Prairie Bear Clan, 1077

Oral Questions

Bear Clan Patrol group

Expansion to Portage la Prairie, 384

Green Team projects

Government investment, 1007

Portage la Prairie

Bear Clan Patrol expansion, 384

Provincial sales tax (PST)

2020 Tax Rollback Guarantee, 629

Increase, 629

Reduction, 629

Resolutions

Deficit increase inquiry, 631$

High vs. low earners, 630

Opening statement, 627-629

Questions, 630-632

Wolseley community

Naylor, 73

Women's Hospital (Health Sciences Centre )

Opening of

Cox, 130

Working conditions and staffing

Kinew, 442

Pallister, 442-443

Woodhaven Community Club

Fielding, 331

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (Bill 21)

1 R

Fielding, 234

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (COVID-19 Presumptive Coverage) (Bill 214)

1 R

Lindsey, 996

Workers Compensation Benefit, COVID-19

Coverage

Lindsey, 996

Front-line workers, extension for

Asagwara, 871

Pallister, 871

Paid leave

Fielding, 911

Sala, 911

Workers' Compensation Board

Matter of Privilege

Bushie, 752-754

Gerrard, 754

Goertzen, 754

Workforce

Lifelong learning skills

Kinew, 57-58

Paid sick leave initiative

Timeline for enacting

Lindsey, 1089

Pallister, 1089

Workplace harassment

#MeToo movement

Fontaine, 293

Fostering respectful environments

Moses, 303

Interpersonal violence, leave for

Fontaine, 291

Gerrard, 460

Naylor, 300

Squires, 291

Leave for victims

Gerrard, 460

Lamoureux, 301

Naylor, 300

Power imbalances

Fontaine, 293-294

Workplace health and safety

Chief prevention officer, elimination of

Bushie, 563

Workplace Safety and Health Amendment Act (Bill 12)

1 R

Fielding, 233

World Kidney Day

Helwer, 580

Wowchuk, Rick (Swan River) PC

Agricultural Crown lands

Parcels of land leased, 450

Beaver dam removal

Damage to farm fields, 619

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

2 R

Debate, 516-517

Questions, 514-515

Commercial trucking industry

Fuel efficient heavy-duty trucks, 517

Conservation Trust

General comments, 517

Disability economic support program

Government announcement, 1088

Efficiency Manitoba

Retrofit program, 517

Energy resources

Clean hydro production, 516

Greenhouse gas emissions

Provincial targets, 514

Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

General comments, 516

Members' statements

Community Foundation of Swan Valley, 19

Ferland, Kaden, 1079

Oral Questions

Crown land leasing program

Parcels of land leased, 450

Disability economic support program

Government announcement, 1088

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

2 R

Questions, 416

Exemptions--rural/Northern Manitoba, 416

Transportation industry

Fuel efficient heavy-duty trucks, 517

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

2 R

Questions, 618-620

Wozney, Richard

Johnson, 116-117

 

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