Hansard: Index

HOUSE INDEX - 1st Session - 43rd Legislature

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Bai, Baljot

Members' statements

Schmidt, 836-837

Bail

Violent/repeat offenders, five-point plan

Oxenham, 710

Wiebe, 710

Bail monitoring unit

Timeline for launch

Ewasko, 662-663

Kinew, 662-663

Bail reform

Government intention

Balcaen, 566-567

Ewasko, 564-565

Kinew, 564-567

Government position

Balcaen, 286

Wiebe, 286

Request for plan to address

Balcaen, 197

Kinew, 197-198

Balcaen, Wayne (Brandon West) PC

Adult education

Report recommendations, 581

Tuition waiver for EIA recipients, 584-585

Adult Literacy Act (Bill 5)

2 R

Debate, 537-538

Bail reform

Government intention, 566-567

Government position, 286

Request for plan to address, 197

Brandon Manitoba

Downtown community safety patrol, 663-664

Budget 2024

Debate, 1022-1025

Child and Family Services

Call for public inquiry, 864

Children in care

Incidents involving

Request for government to address, 864

Public safety concerns, 950-951

Community Mobilization Westman program, 212

Community safety

Throne Speech, 212

Downtown community safety patrol

Request for Brandon program, 663-664

Employment and Income Assistance (EIA)

Adult learning programs

Tuition waiver, 584-585

Firefighters Recognition Day Act (Commemoration of Days, Weeks and Months Act Amended) (Bill 200)

2 R

Debate, 346-348

Firefighters/firefighting

Presumptive coverage for cancers, 347

Health-care system

Throne Speech, 213

Helwer, Ron

Members' statements, 156-157

John Howard Society

Men's Resource Centre, 586

Manitoba Assistance Amendment Act (Bill 6)

2 R

Debate, 585-588

Questions, 581-583

Manitoba Emblems Amendment Act (Provincial Stone) (Bill 201)

2 R

Questions, 444-445

Manitoba Winter Fair, 859

Matters of Privilege

Raised by the Member for Brandon West alleging that the Premier misled the House in providing answers regarding bail reform by indicating it was a matter of provincial and not federal jurisdiction, 815-819

Members' acknowledgements, 211-212, 213-214

Members' statements

Helwer, Ron, 156-157

Manitoba Winter Fair, 859

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 212-213

Men's Resource Centre, 586

Ministerial statements

Restorative Justice Week, 60-61

Occupiers' Liability Amendment Act (Bill 203)

2 R

Questions, 741-742

Oral Questions

Bail reform

Government intention, 566-567

Government position, 286

Child welfare system

Call for public inquiry, 864

Children in CFS care

Public safety concerns, 950-951

Downtown community safety patrol

Request for Brandon program, 663-664

Incidents involving children in CFS care

Request for government to address, 864

Policing services

Funding inquiry, 68-69

Prosecution services

Funding concerns, 975-976

Provincial bail reform

Request for plan to address, 197

RCMP collective agreement costs

Municipal funding concerns, 162-163

Police/policing

Funding inquiry, 68-69

Project labour agreements

Request to repeal Bill 7, 575

Prosecution services

Funding concerns, 975-976

Public Sector Construction Projects (Tendering) Repeal Act (Bill 7)

2 R

Questions, 574-575

Resolutions

Calling on the federal government to reduce corporate food waste

Debate, 829-831

Questions, 826-827

Calling on the provincial government to remove the federal carbon tax on home heating bills for Manitobans

Questions, 454, 456

Restorative Justice Week, 60-61

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

Collective agreement costs

Municipal funding concerns, 162-163

Safe Access to Abortion Services Act (Bill 8)

2 R

Questions, 873-874

Throne Speech

Community safety, 212

Debate, 211-214

Health care, 213

Bardelli, Marcos

Members' statements

Kostyshyn, 661-662

Barkman, Troy

Members' statements

Lagassé, 838-839

Beausejour Lions Club

Wharton, 101

Beauvais, Richard. See Government Statement

Bereza, Jeff (Portage la Prairie) PC

Adult education

Consultations re: Bill 6, 583

Vocational treatment re: Bill 6, 582

Adult learning centres

Instructor pay, 526

Adult literacy

Advisory council, 525

Consultations re: Bill 5, 524

Family literacy, 525

Framework development, 526

Labour shortage, 440

Stakeholder feedback re: Bill 5, 524-526

Adult Literacy Act (Bill 5)

2 R

Debate, 440, 523-527

Adult literacy programs

Indigenous focused, 527

Agriculture industry

Fuel and carbon taxes, production costs, 134-135

KPPA agricultural producer

New water licence, 954-955

Request to remove carbon tax, 28-29

Animal overpopulation

One Health program funding, 774

Request for funding to address, 665

Canadian Agricultural Safety Week, 599-600

Carbon tax

Agriculture industry, exemption for, 28-29

Agriculture production costs, 134-135

Food prices, 922-923

Upcoming increase

Impact on grocery and heating bills, 512-513

Crime reduction

Literacy rates, 524

Education Property Tax Credit

Exemption for homes and farms, 472

Government intention, 410-411

Employment

On the job training, lack of, 523

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Bill 9)

2 R

Debate, 932-937

Questions, 878-880

Fuel Tax Amendment Act (Fuel Tax Holiday) (Bill 3)

2 R

Questions, 112

R/S Amdts

Clause 2, 318-319

Clause 5, 320

Clause 6, 320-321

C/3 R, 322

Fuel tax rate reduction

Farm equipment, 112

Fuel types, request to include, 199-200, 241-242, 285

Government services

Plain English in documents, 525

Grocery prices

Carbon tax, 922-923

Health-care workers, internationally educated

Recruitment from the Philippines, 507

Humane Society

One Health program funding, 774

Indigenous education

Adult literacy programs, 527

Labour

Shortage and adult literacy, 440

Labour shortage

Northern Manitoba, 526

Literacy

Crime reduction, 524

Demographics that need, 524

Labour productivity, 523

Social benefits, 524

Types of, 524-525

Manitoba Assistance Amendment Act (Bill 6)

2 R

Debate, 593

Questions, 582-583

Members' acknowledgements, 174-175

Members' statements

Portage Learning and Literacy Centre, 406-407

Recruitment of health workers from the Philippines, 507

Roving Campus, 966-967

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 174-175

Ministerial statements

Canadian Agricultural Safety Week, 599-600

Northern economy

Labour shortage, 526

Oral Questions

Agriculture industry

Request to remove carbon tax, 28-29

Animal overpopulation

One Health program funding, 774

Request for funding to address, 665

Carbon tax

Food prices, 922-923

Education property tax rebate

Exemption for homes and farms, 472

Government intention, 410-411

Fuel and carbon taxes

Agriculture production costs, 134-135

Fuel Tax Amendment Act

Exemption for all fuel types, 199-200, 285

Request to include propane and dyed gas, 241-242

KPPA agricultural producer

New water licence, 954-955

Upcoming carbon tax increase

Impact on grocery and heating bills, 512-513

Veterinarian training seats

Request to fund seats, 774-775

Petitions

Carbon tax and rising food prices, 925

Portage la Prairie constituency, 173

Portage Learning and Literacy Centre

General comments, 440

Members' statements, 406-407

Resolutions

Calling on the federal government to reduce corporate food waste

Debate, 827-829

Questions, 826-827

Calling on the provincial government to remove the federal carbon tax on agriculture

Opening statement, 900-902

Questions, 902-904

Roving Campus

Members' statements, 966-967

Throne Speech

Debate, 173-176

Veterinarian training seats

Request to fund seats, 774-775

Bills

Adult Literacy Act (Bill 5)

Advanced Education Administration Amendment Act (Bill 10)

An Act respecting the Administration of Oaths of Office

Captured Carbon Storage Act (Bill 31)

Celebration of Nigerian Independence Day Act (Commemoration of Days, Weeks and Months Act Amended) (Bill 22)

Change of Name Amendment Act (2) (Bill 23)

Community Child Care Standards Amendment Act (Bill 18)

Community Foundation Day Act (Commemoration of Days, Weeks and Months Act Amended) (Bill 202)

Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Amendment Act (Bill 15)

Drivers and Vehicles Amendment Act (Bill 19)

Emergency Medical Response and Stretcher Transportation Amendment Act (Bill 13)

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Bill 9)

Employment Standards Code Amendment and Interpretation Amendment Act (Orange Shirt Day) (Bill 4)

Firefighters Recognition Day Act (Commemoration of Days, Weeks and Months Act Amended) (Bill 200)

Fuel Tax Amendment Act (Fuel Tax Holiday) (Bill 3)

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Bill 20)

Interim Appropriation Act, 2024 (Bill 25)

Islamic Heritage Month Act (Commemoration of Days, Weeks and Months Act Amended) (Bill 207)

Louis Riel Act (Bill 2)

Manitoba Assistance Amendment Act (Bill 6)

Manitoba Emblems Amendment Act (Provincial Stone) (Bill 201)

Minor Amendments and Corrections Act, 2024 (Bill 14)

Occupiers' Liability Amendment Act (Bill 203)

Provincial Court Amendment Act (Expanded Training for Judges and Judicial Justices of the Peace) (Bill 209)

Public Schools Amendment Act (Bill 21)

Public Sector Construction Projects (Tendering) Repeal Act (Bill 7)

Regulatory Accountability Reporting Act and Amendments to The Statutes and Regulations Act (Bill 16)

Safe Access to Abortion Services Act (Bill 8)

Statutes and Regulations Amendment and Interpretation Amendment Act (Bill 11)

Two-Spirit and Transgender Day of Visibility Act (Commemoration of Days, Weeks and Months Act Amended) (Bill 208)

Workplace Safety and Health Amendment Act (Bill 17)

Bills Intimate Image Protection Amendment Act (Distribution of Fake Intimate Images) (Bill 24)

Birth control

Universal access announcement

Asagwara, 285

Kennedy, 284-285

Black History Month

Acknowledgements

Moses, 548

Blashko, Tyler (Lagimodière) NDP

Adult literacy

Poverty reduction, 400

Adult Literacy Act (Bill 5)

2 R

Debate, 398-401

Adult literacy programs

Refugee community, 399

Budget 2024

Debate, 999-1000, 1013-1015

Canadian Palestinian Association of Manitoba

Members' statements, 812-813

Children in care

Education barriers, 398

Circle of Courage, 399

Committee of Supply

Committee report, 719

Crown Corporations

Third Report, 500

Education system

Children in care, barriers for, 398

Throne Speech, 223

Home-care services

Senior care, 223

Lagimodiére constituency, 222

Louis Riel Act (Bill 2)

2 R

Debate, 149-151

Louis Riel Day, 150-151

Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth (MACY)

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 234

Members' acknowledgements, 221

Members' statements

Canadian Palestinian Association of Manitoba, 812-813

Woodydell Family Resource Centre, 130

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 221-222

Michif language

School curriculum, 150

Poverty reduction

Adult education, 400

Red River Settlement, 149

Refugees

Adult literacy programs, 399

Resolutions

Commitment to keeping Manitoba public insurance publicly owned

Questions, 354

Senior citizens

Aging in place, 223

Home care, 223

Throne Speech

Debate, 220-224

Education system, 223

Woodydell Family Resource Centre

Member statement, 130

Board-Aire Community Centre

Sala, 193-194

Borovich, Vanessa

Members' statements

Khan, 63-64

Brandon Manitoba

Downtown community safety patrol

Balcaen, 663-664

Kinew, 663-664

MMF housing unit

Stefanson, 145

Brandon University

Annual Report March 31, 2023

Cable, 17

Brandon, Terry

Members' statements

Johnson, 278

Brar, Diljeet (Burrows) NDP

Agricultural Crown lands

Lease increase, 272

Burrows constituency, 271

Crown Corporations

Fifth Report, 502

First Report, 499

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Bill 9)

2 R

Debate, 884-886

Farmers/farming

Next generation of, 272

Filipino United Community Church, 859-860

First Nation Premier

Acknowledgement of, 271

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI)

Privatization, 353

Members' statements

Filipino United Community Church, 859-860

Recognition of historical anti-Sikh violence, 131

Politicians/politics

Diversity in, 270-271

Resolutions

Calling on the provincial government to remove the federal carbon tax on agriculture

Debate, 904-905

Calling on the provincial government to remove the federal carbon tax on home heating bills for Manitobans

Debate, 557-558

Commitment to keeping Manitoba public insurance publicly owned

Questions, 353

Throne Speech

Debate, 270-273

Bridge of Hope Ukraine

Cook, 279

Bridges. See also Specific bridges

Arlington Bridge closure

Repair or replacement inquiry

Bushie, 287

Guenter, 287

Bridge replacement--Selkirk

Timeline for reconstruction

Naylor, 281

Perchotte, 281

Brooklands Active Living Centre

Members' statements

Marcelino, 661

Budget 2024

Address

Sala, 959-962

Amendment

Ewasko, 986

Children in care, supports for

Fontaine, 921-922

Lamoureux, 921

Class sizes

Khan, 970-971

Sala, 970-971

Debate

Balcaen, 1022-1025

Blashko, 999-1000, 1013-1015

Cable, 1019-1022

Cook, 989-993

Cross, 1025-1027

Ewasko, 977-985

Goertzen, 1033-1036

Jackson, 1027-1031

Khan, 1015-1019

Lamoureux, 995-999

Moroz, 986-989

Moyes, 1031-1033

Oxenham, 1036-1038

Pankratz, 993-995

Early learning and child care

Altomare, 1011

Kennedy, 1010-1011

Education property tax, increase concerns

Khan, 970-971

Sala, 970-971

Highway and road repairs

Guenter, 1008

Naylor, 1008

Income and property taxes

Ewasko, 949-950

Kinew, 950

Infrastructure

Narth, 971-972

Naylor, 971-972

NDP election platform

Ewasko, 968-969

Kinew, 968-969

School construction

Altomare, 972-973

Jackson, 972-973

Tax bracket increase

Sala, 413-414

Stone, 413-414

Building Sustainable Communities

Future of fund

Cook, 182

Guenter, 734

Inquiry into future of program

Bushie, 607-608

King, 607

Building Sustainable Communities program

Inquiry into application delays

Bushie, 569-570

King, 569-570

Bureau de l'éducation française

Loiselle, 40

Bureau l'éducation française

Assistant Deputy Minister, re-establishment of

Altomare, 183

Burrows constituency

Brar, 271

Bushel Plus

Oxenham, 555

Bushie, Burma

Members' statements

Bushie, 701-702

Bushie, Hon. Ian (Keewatinook) NDP

Arlington Bridge closure

Repair or replacement inquiry, 287

Association of Manitoba Municipalities

Convention update, 283-284

Bridges

Arlington Bridge closure

Repair or replacement inquiry, 287

Building Sustainable Communities

Inquiry into future of program, 607-608

Building Sustainable Communities program

Inquiry into application delays, 569-570

Bushie, Burma

Members' statements, 701-702

CentrePort South

Development project, infrastructure commitment, 106-107

Communities Economic Development Fund

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 126

Employment Standards Code Amendment and Interpretation Amendment Act (Orange Shirt Day) (Bill 4)

C/3 R, 422-428

Fuel tax rate reduction

Municipal consultations, 137-138

Indigenous Reconciliation and Northern Relations Department

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 126

Manitoba Water Services Board

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 126

Members' statements

Burma Bushie-Rocky Mountain Woman, 701-702

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 423-424

Ministerial statements

Municipal government awareness week, 128

Municipal Board

Annual Report December 31, 2023, 126

Municipal government awareness week, 128

Municipal Relations Department

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 126

Municipalities

Consultations re: Bill 3, 137-138

Provincial transfers, funding levels, 285

Oral Questions

Arlington Bridge closure

Repair or replacement inquiry, 287

Association of Manitoba Municipalities

Convention update, 283-284

Building Sustainable Communities program

Inquiry into application delays, 569-570

Inquiry into future of program, 607-608

CentrePort development project

Infrastructure commitment inquiry, 106-107

Fuel Tax Amendment Act

Municipal funding concerns, 137-138

Provincial transfers to municipalities

Request for funding levels, 285

Residential schools

Webstad, Phyllis, experience at, 423

Rocky Mountain Woman

Members' statements, 701-702

Business investment

Throne Speech

Stone, 79

Byram, Jodie (Agassiz) PC

Agassiz constituency, 85-86

Child-care spaces

Need for, 477

Clarke, Eileen

Members' statement, 130-131

Economy

Role of labour and immigration, 104-105

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Bill 9)

2 R

Debate, 880-884

Questions, 877-879

Enns, Lori

Members' statements, 1002

Festival du Voyageur

General comments, 655

Immigrants/immigration

Throne Speech, 281-282

International Women's Day, 655

Labour

Non-unionized workers and small business, 973

Labour legislation

House rules and Minister's comments, 866

Legislative Assembly of Manitoba

Staff acknowledgements, 87

Matters of Privilege

Raised by the Member for Agassiz alleging the the Premier and the Minister of Labour and Immigration had provided the contents of a bill to the media and labour leaders prior to being introduced in the House, 844-847

Members' acknowledgements, 84-85, 655

Members' statements

Celebrating spring, 837

Clarke, Eileen, 130-131

Enns Lori, 1002

Occupiers' Liability Amendment Act

Cross-jurisdictional comparison, 742

Occupiers' Liability Amendment Act (Bill 203)

2 R

Questions, 742

Oral Questions

2024 tax rebates and credits

Government intention, 411-412

Concern for number of child-care spaces

Request for government plan to address, 477

Immigration to Manitoba

Throne Speech, 281-282

Introduction of labour legislation

House rules and Minister's comments, 866

Manitoba's economy

Role of labour and immigration, 104-105

Manitoba's rural economy

Request for immigration plan, 161-162

Provincial Nominee Program

Labour-specific draws, 1009

Priority for expiring work permit applicants, 1008-1009

Staffing and application backlogs, 1009

Small business in Manitoba

Bids on government contracts, 974

Support for non-unionized workers, 973

Petitions

Removal of federal carbon tax, 925-926

Provincial Nominee Program

Application approval process and backlogs, 706-707

Labour-specific draws, 1009

Priority for expiring work permit applicants, 1008-1009

Staffing and application backlogs, 1009

Resolutions

Calling on the provincial government to remove the federal carbon tax on home heating bills for Manitobans

Debate, 553-554

Louis Riel

Debate, 654-655

Questions, 650

Rural Manitoba

Rural economy, immigration plan, 161-162

Small business

Bids on government contracts, 974

Support for non-unionized workers, 973

Tax rebates and credits

Government intention for 2024, 411-412

Throne Speech

Debate, 84-87

Immigration, 281-282

 

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