Hansard: Index

HOUSE INDEX - 1st Session - 43rd Legislature

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Safe Access to Abortion Services Act (Bill 8)

1 R

Fontaine, 559

2 R

Debate

Cook, 875

Naylor, 875-877

Opening statement

Fontaine, 870-873

Questions

Balcaen, 873-874

Cook, 873-874

Fontaine, 873-875

Jackson, 873-875

Sala, Hon. Adrien (St. James) NDP

Agriculture industry

Dyed diesel fuel, 112-113

Board-Aire Community Centre, 193-194

Budget 2024

Address, 959-962

Class sizes, 970-971

Education property tax, increase concerns, 970-971

Tax bracket increase, 413-414

Carbon tax

Home heating bills, exemption for, 27-28, 107-108, 201-202

Increases and affordability concerns, 772-773

Legal opinion on collection of, 375

Request to eliminate, 924

Upcoming increase

Call for government to oppose, 775-776, 919-921

Impact on grocery and heating bills, 513

Class sizes

Priority concerns-Budget 2024, 970-971

Commercial fishing industry

Consultations re: Bill 3, 113

Committee of Supply

Interim Supply, 713-719

Interim Supply Motion, 719-720, 725

Committee of the Whole

Interim Appropriation Act, 2024 (Bill 25), 783

Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Amendment Act (Bill 15)

1 R, 659

Economy

Economic development and investment, 724

Education Property Tax Credit

Government intention, 376-377, 412-413, 473

Education property taxes

Increase concerns-Budget 2024, 970-971

Employee Pensions and Other Costs

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Enabling Appropriations, Tax Credits and Public Debt

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Finance Department

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Financial forecast

Taxes and the economy, impact on, 373

Financial Literacy Month, 126-127

Financial Services Agency

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

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

1 R, 59

2 R

Opening statement, 111-112

Questions, 112-115

R/S Amdts

Clause 2, 318

Clause 5, 319-320

Clause 6, 320

C/3 R, 321

Fuel tax rate

Saving concerns, 512

Upcoming increase, affordability concerns, 772-773

Fuel tax rate reduction

Amendment to Bill 3, 474

Commercial fishing industry consultations, 113

Dyed diesel, agriculture industry, 112-113

Extension, 111-112, 135

Farm equipment, 112

Fuel types, request to include, 135, 198-199

Information campaign costs, 112

Introduction of legislation, 72

Municipal consultations, 113

Municipal equipment, 115

Proposed amendments to Bill 3, 287

Vehicle types, 113, 114

Grocery prices

Government plan to reduce, 918-919

Gross domestic product (GDP)

Growth projections, 722

Inflation rate

Manitoba ranking, 922

Interim Appropriation Act, 2024 (Bill 25)

1 R, 720

2 R

Opening statement, 720-721

Questions, 721-725

Committee of the Whole, 783

Manitoba Hydro

Assets and subsidiaries

Government directive issued, 669

Debt and rate freeze, 474

Financial outlook, quarterly report, 109, 723-724

Meyers Norris Penny report re: finances, 724

Rate freeze update, 311-312

Rates, government intention, 287

Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Manitoba Public Service Commission

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Members' statements

North Valour Residents' Association, 602

Soares, Karen, 193-194

Ministerial statements

Financial Literacy Month, 126-127

North Valour Residents' Association

Members' statements, 602

Oral Questions

2024 tax rebates and credits

Government intention, 411-412, 474

Budget 2024

Tax bracket increase, 413-414

Carbon and fuel tax increases

Affordability concerns, 772-773

Carbon tax

Request to eliminate, 924

Carbon tax on home heating bills

Request for Manitoba exemption, 27-28, 107-108, 201-202

Collection of the carbon tax

Legal opinion, 375

Education property tax rebate

Government intention, 376-377, 412-413, 473

Education property taxes

Increase concerns-Budget 2024, 970-971

Former government

Fiscal record, 32

Fuel tax amendment act

Amendment to Bill 3, 474

Exemption for all fuel types, 198-199

Fuel Tax Amendment Act

Extension request, 135

Fairness in application, 135

Proposed amendments to Bill 3, 287

Fuel tax rate

Saving concerns, 512

High food prices in Manitoba

Government grocery plan, 918-919

Inflation rate

Manitoba ranking, 922

Manitoba Hydro

Rate freeze update, 311-312

Manitoba Hydro assets and subsidiaries

Government directive issued, 669

Manitoba Hydro debt

Rate freeze inquiry, 474

Manitoba Hydro rates

Government intention, 287

Manitoba Hydro's finances

Release of quarterly report, 109

Property taxes

Increase concerns, 1007-1008

Provincial financial forecast

Impact on taxes and the economy, 373

Provincial fuel tax rates

Introduction of legislation, 72

Restaurant and food service sector

Meeting with finance minister, 606-607

Upcoming carbon tax increase

Impact on grocery and heating bills, 513

Upcoming federal carbon tax increase

Request for province to oppose, 919-921

Upcoming increase to carbon tax

Call for government to oppose, 775-776

Property taxes

Increase concerns, 1007-1008

Provincial expenditures

Interim appropriation, 717-718

Provincial finances

Balanced budget, 723

Capital expenditure amount, 715-716

Former government, fiscal record, 32

Operating expenditures, 714, 718

Projected revenues, 722

Public Accounts

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Public Service Group Insurance Fund: Benefits Summary

Auditor's Report and Financial Statements April 30, 2023, 404

Sala, 404

Public Utilities Board

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Restaurant and food service sector

Meeting with finance minister, 606-607

Sala, Hon. Adrien (St. James) NDP

Public Service Group Insurance Fund: Benefits Summary

Auditor's Report and Financial Statements April 30, 2023, 404

Soares, Karen

Members' statements, 193-194

Tax brackets

Increase, Budget 2024, 413-414

Tax rebates and credits

Government intention for 2024, 411-412, 474

Sandhu, Mintu (The Maples) NDP

Active Living Seven Oaks

Tenth anniversary, 238

Members' statements

Active Living Seven Oaks 10th anniversary, 238

Maan, Raj, 769

Oral Questions

Social housing investments

Government announcement, 975

Resolutions

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

Debate, 462-463, 549-550

Social housing

Government investments, 975

Saul and Claribel Simkin Centre

Cook, 676

Schmidt, Hon. Tracy (Rossmere) NDP

Bai, Baljot

Members' statements, 836-837

Community Roots Resource Centre

Members' statements, 156

Ducks Unlimited Canada Day, 764-765

Efficiency Manitoba

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 97

Employment Standards Code Amendment Act (Bill 9)

2 R

Debate, 937-939

Environment Act

Law Reform Commission recommendations, 752-753

Environment and Climate Department

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 97

Fishery

Impact of sewage spill into Red River, 516-517

Fossil fuel advertising (Bill C-372)

Government position, 611

Gaza war

Famine, 631

Israeli hostages, 631

Government Motion

That the Legislative Assembly affirm its commitment to immediately call for a ceasefire in the Israel and Gaza war to address the famine crisis, 631

Home heating

Geothermal and heat pump pledge

Request for conversion plan, 610

Judicial system

Access to justice concerns, 745-746

Justice system

Unaffordability of, 745

Lake Winnipeg - sewage spill

Impact on fishery, 516-517

Manitoba Clean Environment Commission

Annual report March 31, 2023, 97

Manitoba Hazardous Waste Management Corporation

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 97

Manitoba Hydro

Net zero grid directive

Impact on natural gas customers, 140-141

Members' acknowledgements, 170-171

Members' statements

Community Roots Resource Centre, 156

Rai, Baljot, 836-837

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 173

Ministerial statements

Ducks Unlimited Canada Day, 764-765

Seal River Watershed Alliance, 855

Municipalities

Water and sewer services, funding for, 161

Occupiers' Liability Amendment Act

Reasonable excuse, definition of, 746

Occupiers' Liability Amendment Act (Bill 203)

2 R

Debate, 745-746

Oral Questions

Federal Bill C-372-Fossil Fuel Advertising

Government position, 611

Government geothermal and heat pump pledge

Request for conversion plan, 610

Highway snow-clearing services

Weekend hours of operation, 164-165

Municipal water and sewer services

Funding for infrastructure projects, 161

Net zero grid directive for Hydro

Impact on natural gas customers, 140-141

Provincial park cabin owners

MOU with government, 243

Provincial park infrastructure

Capital investment inquiry, 243

Provincial park passes and camping fees

Price increase concerns, 244

Provincial parks

Capital budget, 1006-1007

Sewage spill into Red River

Impact on Lake Winnipeg fishery, 516-517

Sio Silica sand extraction project

Request for licensing update, 286

Water infrastructure

Funding inquiry, 958

Parks - provincial

Cabin owners, MOU with government, 243

Capital budget, 1006-1007

Capital investment inquiry, 243

Park passes and camping fees, price increase concerns, 244

Red River sewage spill

Impact on Lake Winnipeg fishery, 516-517

Resolutions

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

Questions, 902-904

Protecting Lake Winnipeg from sewage pollution

Questions, 752-754

Rossmere constituency, 172

Seal River Watershed Alliance, 855

Sio Silica - sand mine extraction project

Licensing update, 286

Snow-clearing services

Weekend hours of operation, 164-165

Throne Speech

Debate, 170-173

Water and sewer services

Infrastructure funding, 958

Municipal funding for infrastructure projects, 161

School attendance. See Public Schools Amendment Act

School construction

New construction projects

Altomare, 476-477

Narth, 476-477

Priority concerns-Budget 2024

Altomare, 972-973

Jackson, 972-973

Throne Speech

Johnson, 219

Update

Ewasko, 308-309, 371-372

Naylor, 309, 372

School nutrition programs

Funding announcement

Altomare, 515-516

Kennedy, 515

Schott, Rachelle (Kildonan-River East) NDP

Addiction treatment services

General comments, 230

AI-generated intimate images

New legislation to address, 777

Child care

Ten dollar a-day fee, 230

Chimuk, Vanessa

Members' statements, 1002-1003

Fuel tax rate reduction

Introduction of legislation, 72

Gender-based violence

Steps to address, 415

John G. Stewart School, 20

Kildonan-River East constituency, 229

Members' statements

Kildonan-River East School Division, 20-21

Olieshko, Maryna and Neonila Palii, 562

Stoddart-Phillips, Marlene and Vanessa Chimuk, 1002-1003

Ukrainian Catholic Women's League of Canada, 301

Members'/ministers' personal narratives, 228-229

Olieshko, Maryna

Members' statements, 562

Oral Questions

AI-generated intimate images

New legislation to address, 777

Gender-based violence

Steps to address, 415

Provincial fuel tax rates

Introduction of legislation, 72

Palii, Neonila

Members' statements, 562

Reconciliation

General comments, 230

River East Transcona School Division, 20-21

Senior citizens

Throne Speech, 230

Stoddart-Phillips, Marlene

Members' statements, 1002-1003

Throne Speech

Debate, 227-230

Senior citizens, 230

Ukrainian Catholic Women's League of Canada

Members' statements, 301

Women politicians

Feminist role models, 228

Schuler, Ron (Springfield-Ritchot) PC

Federated Women's Institutes of Canada

Members' statements, 769

Gaza war

Famine, 622-623

Israeli hostages, 622

Government Motion

That the Legislative Assembly affirm its commitment to immediately call for a ceasefire in the Israel and Gaza war to address the famine crisis, 620-625

Members' statements

Federated Women's Institutes of Canada, 769

Oral Questions

Provincial finances

Management concerns, 281, 312

Petitions

Personal health information, 377

Provincial finances

Management concerns, 281, 312

Schur, Daniel "Danny"

Members' statements

Kostyshyn, 302

Seal River Watershed Alliance

Nesbitt, 855

Schmidt, 855

Selkirk region bridge replacement

Timeline for reconstruction

Naylor, 373-374

Perchotte, 373-374

Senior citizens

Aging in place

Blashko, 223

Dental care costs

Lamoureux, 58

Hearing aid program

Asagwara, 110

Johnson, 110

Home care

Blashko, 223

Housing unaffordability

Wasyliw, 178

Needs based living facilities

Lamoureux, 57

Self-and family-managed home care

Asagwara, 110-111

Johnson, 110

Throne Speech

Cook, 182-183

Kennedy, 253

Schott, 230

Seniors advocate office

Establishment recommendation

Lamoureux, 57

Throne Speech

King, 262

Timeline to establish

Asagwara, 71

Lamoureux, 71

Seniors and Long-Term Care

Annual Report March 31, 2023

Asagwara, 97

Sewers. See Water and sewer services

Shamrock School

Socktober campaign

Cable, 237

Shingles vaccine

Barriers for low-income Manitobans

Asagwara, 956

Lamoureux, 955-956

Pharmacare coverage request

Asagwara, 956

Lamoureux, 956

Request to establish program

Asagwara, 955

Lamoureux, 955

Shylo, Andrii

Members' statements

Wowchuk, 155-156

Sikh community. See Members' statements

Silver, Vivian

Winnipeg Israeli-Canadian peace advocate

Cook, 676

Piwniuk, 691

Women Wage Peace

Cook, 676

Simard, Hon. Glen (Brandon East) NDP

Arts, Culture and Sport in Community Fund

Funding commitment inquiry, 284

Assistant Coach of the Year

Mitchell, Vaughn, 277

Canada Pension Plan

Disability benefits, 486

French language services

Government initiatives, 869

Fuel tax rate reduction

Fuel types, request to include, 136-137

Government Motion

That the Assembly condemn efforts that put the pensions of all Canadians at risk and affirm collective support for the Canada Pension Plan and measures that strengthen the national pension plan, 483-486

That the Legislative Assembly affirm its commitment to immediately call for a ceasefire in the Israel and Gaza war to address the famine crisis, 690

International Human Rights Day, 465

Journée internationale de la Francophonie, 856-857

Le Centre culturel franco-manitobain

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Manitoba Arts Council

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Manitoba Film and Sound Development Corporation

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Members' statements

Park Community Centre, 949

Westman Multicultural Festival, 407

Ministerial statements

International Human Rights Day, 465

Journée internationale de la Francophonie, 856-857

Mitchell, Vaughn, 277

Mitchell, Vaughn

Members' statements, 277

Oral Questions

Arts, Culture and Sport in Community Fund

Funding commitment inquiry, 284

French language services

Government initiatives, 869

Fuel Tax Amendment Act

Fairness in application, 136-137

Tourism industry in Manitoba

Request for government support, 109-110

Park Community Centre

Members' statements, 949

Sport, Culture and Heritage Department

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Tourism industry

Government support, 109-110

Travel Manitoba

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 60

Westman Multicultural Festival

Members' statements, 407

Sio Silica - sand mine extraction project

Licensing update

Nesbitt, 286

Schmidt, 286

Skyliner Immigration Services

Member statements

Devgan, 238-239

Small business

Bids on government contracts

Byram, 974

Moses, 974

Support for non-unionized workers

Byram, 973

Marcelino, 973-974

Moses, 973

Smith, Dr. Dick

Our Own Health Centre

Asagwara, 276

Smith, Hon. Bernadette (Point Douglas) NDP

Addiction and homelessness

Request for plan to address, 247

Addiction treatment services

Funding, 669-670

Affordable housing

Shortage, plan to address, 282

Child and Family Services

Call for public inquiry, 664-665

Child and Family Services agencies

Block vs. needs-based funding, 609

Children in care

Safety concerns, call for public inquiry, 605-606

Fearless R2W, 366

Food security fund

Funding, 284

Foster parents

Maintenance allowance increase, 609

Foster-care homes

Safety checks, 518, 608-609

Homeless/homelessness

Shelters and social housing units, 72-73

Housing

Residential and rental construction

Removal of PST on new units, 306

Human Trafficking Awareness Day, 765-766

Members' statements

Morissette, John, 366

Point Douglas community organizations, 967

Mental health and addiction

Funding for services, 283

Mental Health and Community Wellness Department

Annual Report March 31, 2023, 97

Mental health strategy - youth

Implementation timeline, 868

Ministerial statements

Human Trafficking Awareness Day, 765-766

Substance Use and Addictions Awareness Week, 62

Morissette, John

Members' statements, 366

Oral Questions

Addiction and homelessness

Request for plan to address, 247

Addiction treatment services

Government funding intention, 669-670

Affordable housing shortage

Request for plan to address, 282

Child welfare system

Call for public inquiry, 664-665

Food security fund

Funding commitment inquiry, 284

Foster homes

Safety checks, 608-609

Foster parent maintenance allowance

Request for increase in Budget 2024, 609

Funding equity for CFS agencies

Block vs. needs-based funding, 609

Individuals experiencing homelessness

Shelters and social housing units, 72-73

Mental health and addiction

Funding for services, 283

Residential and rental construction

Removal of PST on new units, 306

Safety of children in CFS care

Call for public inquiry, 605-606

Social housing investments

Government announcement, 975

Youth mental health strategy

Implementation timeline, 868

Point Douglas constituency

Community organizations, 967

Social housing

Government investments, 975

Substance Use and Addictions Awareness Week, 62

Urban Circle Training, 366

Youth

Mental health strategy for, 868

Snow-clearing services

Weekend hours of operation

Guenter, 164-165

Schmidt, 164-165

Soares, Karen

Members' statements

Sala, 193-194

Social and Economic Development, Standing Committee on

First Report

Cross, 233-234

Second report

Cross, 363-364

Social housing

Government investments

Sandhu, 975

Smith, 975

Social Services Appeal Board

Annual Report March 31, 2023

Fontaine, 59

Social work. See National Social Work Month

Souris Survivor Bonspiel

Jackson, 860

Southern Health Region

ER hours of operation and obstetric services

Asagwara, 202

Kinew, 202

Lamoureux, 202

Speaker of the House

Election of, 1-5

Speaker's Statement

Abbott, Tim (new appointment as Deputy Clerk)

Lindsey, 508

Chaychuk, Patricia (retirement)

Fontaine, 23-24

Goertzen, 24

Lamoureux, 24-25

Lindsey, 23

Clarification regarding the practices governing questions in oral questions

Lindsey, 111

Digital Media Branch

Lindsey, 949

The use of correct salutations or pronouns when asking question or participating in debate

Lindsey, 763

Yarish, Rick (new appointment as Clerk of the Assembly)

Lindsey, 132-133

Special Olympics

Hiebert, 367

Sport, Culture and Heritage Department

Annual Report March 31, 2023

Simard, 60

Sports

Cockerill, Aaron (golf)

King, 280

St. Boniface constituency

Loiselle, 39

St. Laurent

Commercial fishery

Johnson, 651

Largest Métis community

Johnson, 651

St. Vital Historical Society and Museum

Moses, 367

STARS air ambulance

Contract renewal inquiry--Interlake-Gimli

Asagwara, 708

Johnson, 708-709

Contract renewal--Interlake-Gimli

Asagwara, 708-709

Licence renewal inquiry

Guenter, 705-706

Naylor, 705-706

Statutes and Regulations Act

Regulations Nos. 128 (2022) and 143 (2023)

Wiebe, 97

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

1 R

Wiebe, 560

Ste. Anne Adult Learning Centre

Classes offered

Lagassé, 529

Stefanson, Heather (Tuxedo) PC

Agriculture industry

Carbon tax exemption, 133-134

Brandon Manitoba

MMF housing unit, 145

Carbon tax

Agriculture industry, exemption for, 133-134

Home heating bills, exemption for, 25-26, 369

Child welfare

MMF and federal bill C-92, 145-146

Clerk of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba

Chaychuk, Patricia (retirement), 45

Cost of living

Tax rates, 46

Economic Development Secretariat

Government decision to dissolve, 103

Economy

Credit rating--Manitoba, 47

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

C/3 R, 419

Hanukkah celebrations

Members' statements, 468

Health-care system

Capital investments, 48

Funding, 48

Health-care workers

International credentialing, 48

Louis Riel Act (Bill 2)

2 R

Debate, 144-146

Manitoba Métis Federation

Housing unit--Brandon, 145

Revitalization Agreement, 144-145

Members' acknowledgements, 45

Members' statements

Tuxedo Hanukkah and holiday celebrations, 468

Métis Economic Development Fund

Transfer of fund to Metis, 144

Métis Nation

New heritage centre, 145

Mining industry

Investments in, 47

Ministerial statements

Call for ceasefire in Gaza, 18-19

Municipalities

Funding, 158

New Democratic Party of Manitoba

Election platform, budget for, 46

New Democratic Party of Manitoba (NDP)

Election platform, budget for, 46

Oral Questions

Carbon tax and agriculture industry

Request for Manitoba exemption, 133-134

Carbon tax on home heating bills

Request for Manitoba exemption, 25-26, 369

Economic Development Secretariat

Government decision to dissolve, 103

Funding to municipalities

Government intention, 158

Provincial finances

Spending plans, 65-66

Provincial financial forecast

Tax increase concerns, 469-470

Provincial fiscal forecast

Tax increase concerns, 408-409

West Broadway shooting

Community safety concerns, 196

Condolences to families, 133

Points of Order

P/O by Stefanson regarding a statement made by the Premier stating the budget for the Art, Culture and Sport in Community Fund was not made, 477

Provincial finances

Forecast and tax increase concerns, 408-409, 469-470

Spending plans, 65-66

Throne Speech

Amendment, 49-50

Debate, 44-49

West Broadway shooting

Community safety concerns, 196

Condolences to families, 133

Steinbach Community Outreach

Goertzen, 368

Stoddart-Phillips, Marlene

Members' statements

Schott, 1002-1003

Stone, Lauren (Midland) PC

4-H Canada

One hundred and tenth anniversary, 102-103

Accessibility for Manitobans Act

Timeline for annual review, 246

Adult learning centres

Funding, 436

Adult literacy

Consultations re: Bill 5, 328

Labour shortage, 437

Adult Literacy Act (Bill 5)

2 R

Debate, 436-438

Questions, 328

Agriculture industry

Education Property Tax Credit, 471

Throne Speech, 80

Budget 2024

Tax bracket increase, 413-414

Business investment

Throne Speech, 79

Child and Family Services

Call for public inquiry, 664-665, 863

Children in care

Call for debate in Legislature, 567

Child death, call for inquiry, 557-568

Incidents involving

Response request from Families Minister, 862, 863, 953

Safety concerns, call for public inquiry, 605-606

Cost of living

Assistance for families, 32-33

Throne Speech, 80

Disabilities, persons with

International Day of Persons with Disabilities, 234-235

Early childhood educators

Wage increase, 437

Education Property Tax Credit

Tax relief for agriculture industry, 471

Food insecurity

Affordability measures, 307-308

Food price inflation

Supports for community organizations, 308

Food security fund

Funding, 33, 284, 308

Foster parents

Maintenance allowance increase, 521

Fuel tax rate reduction

Permanent reduction, 200-201

Grocery prices

Government plan to reduce, 918

NDP election platform, 773-774

Health-care workers

Recruitment and retention (Throne Speech), 80-81

Human Trafficking Awareness Day, 766-767

Indigenous children

Implementation of federal Bill C-92, 520

Interim Appropriation Act, 2024 (Bill 25)

2 R

Debate, 736-737, 779-783

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, 98

International Volunteer Day, 365

International Women's Day, 560

Labour

Shortage and adult literacy, 437

Manitoba Accessibility Fund

Funding for programs, 246

Manitoba Adult Literacy Program

Funding to agencies, 436

Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth (MACY)

Expert participation in subcommittee, 520-521, 567

Matter of Urgent Public Importance

Safety and security of children in the Child and Family Services system, 519-521

Members' acknowledgements, 78

Members' statements

4-H Canada 110th Anniversary, 102-103

Team Hayward curling champions, 768

Midland constituency, 78-80

Ministerial statements

Human Trafficking Awareness Day, 766-767

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, 98

International Day of Persons with Disabilities, 234-235

International Volunteer Day, 365

International Women's Day, 562

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women, 405

National Social Work Month, 505

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women, 405

National Social Work Month, 505

Oral Questions

Accessibility for Manitobans Act

Timeline for annual review, 246

Budget 2024

Tax bracket increase, 413-414

Child welfare system

Call for public inquiry, 664-665, 863

Children in CFS care

Call for debate in Legislature, 567

Cost of living increase

Assistance for families, 32-33

Death of child in CFS care

Call for inquiry, 557-568

Education property tax rebate

Tax relief for agriculture industry, 471

Food insecurity

Affordability measures, 307-308

Food price inflation

Supports for community organizations, 308

Food security fund

Funding, 33, 284, 308

Fuel tax amendment act

Request for permanent reduction, 200-201

Grocery prices

NDP election platform, 773-774

High food prices in Manitoba

Government grocery plan, 918

Incidents involving children in CFS care

Response request from Families Minister, 862, 863, 953

MACY five year review

Expert participation in subcommittee, 567

Manitoba Accessibility Fund

Funding for programs, 246

Safety of children in CFS care

Call for public inquiry, 605-606

Provincial finances

Deficit forecast, 736

Roland Manitoba, 102-103

Tax brackets

Increase, Budget 2024, 413-414

Team Hayward curling champions

Members' statement, 768

Throne Speech

Agriculture industry, 80

Business investment, 79

Cost of living, 80

Debate, 77-81

Health worker recruitment and retention, 80-81

Tourism, 79

Water management, 79

Tourism industry

Throne Speech, 79

Water management

Throne Speech, 79

Substance Use and Addictions Awareness Week

Hiebert, 62-63

Smith, 62

Suicide

Foster care, death in

Lamoureux, 518

Sunshine House

Mobile overdose prevention, first-year anniversary

Oxenham, 54

Surgical and diagnostic capacity

Update on service agreements

Cook, 969-970

Kinew, 969-970

Surgical and diagnostic services

Wait times data removed from website

Cook, 285, 304-305

Kinew, 285, 305

Surgical wait times

Request for plan to address

Asagwara, 514

Cook, 513-514

 

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