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Environment, Children Focus of Manitoba's Legislative Agenda

As reported by the Government of Manitoba News Media Services June 12th, 2008 Legislation that would help clean up Manitoba waterways, reduce greenhouse gases and provide children with healthier food choices are among the highlights of the spring...

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Tribute to Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan

Mr. Speaker, I rise today with a heavy heart to acknowledge the loss of six Canadian soldiers who served their country with honour and distinction in Afghanistan. These six soldiers served with the 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry based at CFB Shilo. The...

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Apology by Premier Doer

Mr. Speaker, I have a statement for the House. Yesterday the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada, made a formal apology to the survivors of residential schools, and to the Aboriginal peoples of Canada. He apologized for the great wrong that...

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Minister Robinson's Statement

Thank you Mr. Speaker As a survivor of a Canadian policy designed to strip my people of our collective identity, it is with mixed emotion that I rise today to respond to the apology delivered by the Prime Minister yesterday in the House of Commons. I...

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The New Hydro Line

After careful consideration of the province’s overall interests and responsibilities, the Doer government has recommended that Bipole III, as the line is to be called, should not run through the East Side of Lake Winnipeg. ...

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Great fun cleaning up the creek

By Rob Altemeyer - MLA for Wolseley As published in The Metro June 27, 2016 Hello Wolseley! Since I last wrote, two of my favourite annual community events have taken place: the annual Omand’s Creek...

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New child care facility in Arborg will help community grow

By: Neil Reimer As printed in The Interlake Spectator September 11, 2014 Arborg Play Group Inc. is bui lding a new child care facility in town. The total cost of the project is $1.1 million. To date,...

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Summer upgrades continue

As published in The Swan Valley Star and Times September 16 2014 The Province is investing over $9 million this summer to upgrade key sections of Hwy. No. 10 and to improve P.R. No. 481, from Cayer to Crane River. These investments...

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L’infrastructure de Dawson Trail

Le gouvernement du Manitoba reconnaît l’importance de l’infrastructure et du transport pour les manitobains qui résident et travaillent dans la circonscription de Dawson Trail.L’infrastructure et le transport du Manitoba Le budget de 2012 poursuit...

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Soins de santé pour les personnes âgées

Les personnes âgées du Manitoba ont aidé à bâtir la province où nous sommes tous fiers de vivre. Elles méritent de vivre dans la dignité et de savoir que les services sur lesquels elles comptent sont à leur disposition. Les aînés qui ont besoin de soins de...

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Soins dispensés au chevet du malade

Le personnel de première ligne est essentiel à l’amélioration des soins de santé pour tous les Manitobains. Au cours de la dernière décennie, nous avons embauché plus de médecins et d’infirmiers ou d’infirmières que jamais auparavant. L’année dernière, nous...

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Throne Speech Focused on Priorities of Families Through Uncertain Times

As reported by the Government of Manitoba News Media Services November 19, 2012 Today’s speech from the throne presented the next steps in keeping Manitoba moving forward through economic uncertainty by protecting and improving...

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Grandparents’ Day

22 September 2008 Erna Braun, the NDP MLA for Rossmere, introduced a bill today in the Legislative Assembly that would declare the first Sunday in September after Labour Day in each year Grandparents’ Day. “Grandparents play an important role in their...

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Manitoba Pledges $100,000 in Support for Relief Effort in Myanmar

As reported by the Government of Manitoba News Media Services May 6, 2008 Premier Gary Doer today offered his condolences to the families of those who have lost their lives as a result of a devastating cyclone that struck the southeast Asian...

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Martindale’s Private Members’ Resolution on Human Trafficking

“Human trafficking,” said Doug Martindale, MLA for Burrows, “targets the most vulnerable elements of society. I am proud that the Manitoba Legislative Assembly has stood united in voicing its concern over this issue and is taking such an important step in putting...

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Manitoba Competitiveness Given New Face

As reported by the Government of Manitoba News Media Services February 4th, 2008 Andrew Swan has been appointed to lead Manitoba’s department of Competitiveness, Training and Trade, Premier Gary Doer announced today. “Andrew...

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