Hansard: Index

HOUSE INDEX - 1st Session - 43rd Legislature

# 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

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Earl Grey Community Centre

Members' statements

Wasyliw, 813

Early childhood educators. See also Community Child Care Standards Amendment Act

Wage increase

Stone, 437

Early learning and child care

Initiatives in Budget 2024

Altomare, 1011

Kennedy, 1010-1011

Earth Hour

Members' statements

Naylor, 914-915

École St. Germain

Enviroclub

Moyes, 738

Economic Development Board

Nesbitt, 226

Economic Development Secretariat

Government decision to dissolve

Johnson, 220

Kinew, 103

Stefanson, 103

Economic Development, Investment and Trade Department

Annual Report March 31, 2023

Moses, 97

Economy

Business investment concerns

Moses, 139-140

Wharton, 139-140

Credit rating--Manitoba

Stefanson, 47

Development of

King, 261

Nesbitt, 225

Development strategy

Kinew, 294-295

Economic development and investment

Piwniuk, 724

Sala, 724

Wharton, 256

Role of labour and immigration

Byram, 104-105

Marcelino, 105

Education Property Tax Credit

Affordability concerns

Altomare, 511-512

Ewasko, 509

Hiebert, 511

Jackson, 510

Kinew, 509-510, 511

Exemption for homes and farms

Bereza, 472

Kostyshyn, 472

Government intention

Bereza, 410-411

Cook, 412-413, 473

Guenter, 376-377

Kinew, 377, 410-411

Sala, 376-377, 412-413, 473

Tax relief for agriculture industry

Kostyshyn, 471-472

Stone, 471

Education property taxes

Increase concerns-Budget 2024

Khan, 970-971

Sala, 970-971

Education system

Children in care, barriers for

Blashko, 398

Educator recruitment and retention (Throne Speech)

Johnson, 219

Funding

Guenter, 734

Islamophobia and anti-Semitism

Education combating in curriculum

Kennedy, 638

Khan, 638, 641

Louis Riel history curriculum

Ewasko, 143

Kinew, 142-143

Lamoureux, 142

Loiselle, 649

Wowchuk, 649

Michif language in curriculum

Altomare, 657

Johnson, 143, 650, 654

Kinew, 143-144

Loiselle, 650

Provincial standardized testing

Altomare, 666-667

Jackson, 666-667

Throne Speech

Altomare, 184

Blashko, 223

Devgan, 258

Kennedy, 253

Moyes, 217

Water system studies curriculum

Cross, 761

Edwards, Tim

Wharton, 101

Efficiency Manitoba. See also Efficiency Manitoba in Crown Corporations committee

Annual Report March 31, 2023

Schmidt, 97

EIA. See Employment and Income Assistance

Emblems - Manitoba

Moyes, 543

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

1 R

Asagwara, 595

Emergency room services

Expansion of patient discharge days

Asagwara, 164

Oxenham, 164

Operating hours--Eriksdale

Asagwara, 139

Lamoureux, 138-139

Staff recruitment inquiry

Asagwara, 138

Lamoureux, 138

Wait times, request for plan to address

Kinew, 71

Lamoureux, 71

Emerson-Pembina highway

Condition of

Guenter, 237

Employee Pensions and Other Costs

Annual Report March 31, 2023

Sala, 60

Employment

Health care and applied sciences

Employment specific draws

Lamoureux, 709

Marcelino, 709-710

On the job training, lack of

Bereza, 523

Long-term leave extension (from 17 to 27 weeks)

Marcelino, 559

Employment and Income Assistance (EIA). See also Manitoba Assistance Amendment Act

Activities that fulfill work expectations

Fontaine, 581

Adult learning programs

Tuition waiver

Balcaen, 584-585

Disability Support Act, changes to

Perchotte, 590-591

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Bill 9)

1 R

Marcelino, 559

2 R

Debate

Bereza, 932-937

Brar, 884-886

Byram, 880-884

Khan, 886-888, 928-932

Nesbitt, 943-945

Piwniuk, 939-943

Schmidt, 937-939

Opening statement

Marcelino, 877

Questions

Bereza, 878-880

Byram, 877-879

Khan, 878-880

Marcelino, 877-880

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

1 R

Kinew, 126

2 R

Debate

Ewasko, 315-316

Goertzen, 316-317

Lamoureux, 316

Opening statement

Kinew, 312-314

Questions

Ewasko, 314-315

Goertzen, 315

Kinew, 314-315

Lamoureux, 314

Referred to Standing Committee on Social and Economic Development

C/3 R

Bushie, 422-428

Cross, 428-430

Fontaine, 419-422

Kinew, 418-419

Stefanson, 419

R/A

Neville, 495

Enabling Appropriations, Tax Credits and Public Debt

Annual Report March 31, 2023

Sala, 60

Energy capacity

Concern for

Khan, 726

EngageMB

Project labour agreements

Johnson, 579

Enns, Lori

Members' statements

Byram, 1002

Enterprise Machine Intelligence and Learning Initiative (EMILI)

King, 660

Entrepreneurship Manitoba

Annual Report March 31, 2023

Naylor, 60

Environment

Previous governments' record

Moyes, 755

Throne Speech

Altomare, 185

Nesbitt, 224

Environment Act

Law Reform Commission recommendations

Nesbitt, 753

Schmidt, 752-753

Environment and Climate Department

Annual Report March 31, 2023

Schmidt, 97

Equal Opportunities West

Members' statements

Kennedy, 64

Ewasko, Wayne (Lac du Bonnet) PC

Adult literacy

Consultations re: Bill 5, 328

Adult Literacy Act (Bill 5)

2 R

Debate, 328-329

Questions, 328

Bail monitoring unit

Timeline for launch, 662-663

Bail reform

Government intention, 564-565

Budget 2024

Amendment, 986

Debate, 977-985

Income and property taxes, 949-950

NDP election platform, 968-969

Carbon tax

Government position, 1004

Upcoming increase

Call for government to oppose, 769-770

Child care

Day of Action for Early Learning and Child Care, 236

Child-care spaces

Government intention, 30-31, 70, 159-160, 286, 292

Committee of the Whole

Interim Appropriation Act, 2024 (Bill 25), 788-790

Education Property Tax Credit

Affordability concerns, 509

Education system

Louis Riel history curriculum, 143

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

2 R

Debate, 315-316

Questions, 314-315

Fuel tax rate reduction

Request for extension, 861

Gaza war

Israeli hostages, 617

Gillis Quarries Limited

Tyndall stone mining, 442

Government Motion

Amendment, 615

That the Legislative Assembly affirm its commitment to immediately call for a ceasefire in the Israel and Gaza war to address the famine crisis, 614-615

Amendment, 615

Imperial Oil pipeline shutdown

Carbon tax, impact on fuel prices, 862

Fuel supply concerns, 861

Interim Appropriation Act, 2024 (Bill 25)

Committee of the Whole, 787-790

International Union of Geological Sciences

Heritage Stone designation (Tyndall stone), 442

Lac du Bonnet constituency

General comments, 289-292

Personal-care home, 292

Lac du Bonnet Lions Club, 101

Legislative Assembly of Manitoba

Tyndall stone used in construction, 442, 443

Louis Riel Act (Bill 2)

2 R

Questions, 143

Lymphedema Awareness Day

Members' statements, 506

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

1 R, 403-404

2 R

Opening statement, 441-443

Questions, 443-445

Matters of Privilege

Raised by the Leader of the Opposition alleging that the Premier made comments to the media that damaged his reputation as an educator by manipulating his quotes to make him look transphobic, 802-804

Members' acknowledgements, 290

Members' statements

Lac du Bonnet Lions Club, 101

Lymphedema Awareness Day, 506

Ministerial statements

Call for ceasefire in Gaza, 598

Day of Action for Early Learning and Child Care, 236

Indigenous Languages Day, 965

Misinformation, spreading of, 329

Mulroney, Right Honourable Brian

Acknowledgements to family and colleagues on his death, 508

Oral Questions

Bail monitoring unit

Timeline for launch, 662-663

Bail reform

Government intention, 564-565

Budget 2024

NDP election platform, 968-969

Child-care spaces

Government intention, 30-31, 70, 159-160, 286

Death of former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney

Acknowledgements to family and colleagues, 508

Education property taxes

Affordability concerns, 509

Gas pipeline shutdown

Fuel supply concerns, 861

Income and property taxes

Budget 2024 plans, 949-950

Pause to the gas tax

Request for extension, 861

Pipeline shutdown and carbon tax

Impact on fuel prices, 862

Premier's office staff

Conflict concerns, 771

Provincial carbon tax

Government position, 1004

Provincial finances

Borrowing inquiry, 703-704

Provincial taxes

Government intention, 603-604

School construction projects

Government priority inquiry, 371-372

Update inquiry, 308-309

Upcoming increase to carbon tax

Call for government to oppose, 769-770

Personal-care homes

Construction--Lac du Bonnet, 292

Petitions

Removal of federal carbon tax, 778-779, 870, 958

Pointe du Bois Dam

Generator replacement, 291

Premier's office staff

Conflict concerns, 771

Provincial finances

Borrowing inquiry, 703-704

Ramadan

Ministerial statements, 598

Riel, Louis

School curriculum, 143

School construction

Update, 308-309, 371-372

Taxes - provincial

Government intention, 603-604

Income and property taxes

Budget 2024 plans, 949-950

Throne Speech

Debate, 273, 289-292

Tyndall stone

Fossils in, 443

Heritage stone designation, 442

Legislative Assembly building, 442, 443

Mining history, 441-442

Ukraine war

Supports for Ukraine, 614

Wallace Sandstone Company

Tyndall stone mining, 442

 

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