News from Logan

Wishing your family the best in 2017!

Flor Marcelino wishes you and your family a happy holiday and a prosperous new year! The new year is also a natural time to think about new ideas. If you have thoughts on how we can continue improving our community, please get in touch with Flor’s constituency office...

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A day out on the job

By Flor Marcelino -- MLA for Logan As published in The Times November 7, 2016 October was a very busy month for many of us. October was Disability Employment Awareness Month, an opportunity for us to recognize the wonderful,...

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Great time celebrating Canada Day

By Flor Marcelino -- MLA for Logan As published in The Times July 11, 2016 MLA Flor Marcelino (far right) celebrates Canada Day with the Centennial neighbourhood community. What...

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Neighbours work together at cleanup

By Flor Marcelino - MLA for Logan As published in The Times May 30, 2016 On May 14, three downtown neighbourhoods got together for a good spring cleaning. The Central Park neighbourhood, the...

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New Provincial Investments in Public Space Downtown will Transform our City: Marcelino

January 18, 2016 Today, Manitoba’s NDP government announced another $17.6 million in joint provincial-city funding to go towards the public space within the True North project, i...

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Breaking through the colour barrier

As Published by: The Philippine Reporter Written by: Mark A. Cadiz January 9th, 2015 Flor Marcelino, MLA for Logan, photo taken on Dec. 10, 2014, during a Salvation Army Christmas dinner for members...

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How attending an adult learning centre changed my life

Published in: The Guide November 21, 2014 By: Audrey Johnson Seventy-three-year-old Audrey Johnson (middle) of Killarney won second place in the Jocelyn Starr Writer’s contest at the Adult Secondary Education...

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Nigerian community celebrates Independence Day

Published in: The Sou’Wester October 15, 2014 By: Sunday Olukoju Manitoba Minister of Multiculturalism and Literacy Flor Marcelino decked out in African attire and flanked by award recipients and...

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Holiday Greetings

From my family to yours, all the best to you and your loved ones over the holiday season! You are always welcome to call my constituency office at 204-788-0800 or email me at Flor.Marcelino@yourmanitoba.ca. Below, w...

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Learning continues as new education centre opens

As published in: The Selkirk Journal Written by: Brook Jones Date: October 2, 2014 The Lord Selkirk Education Centre located at 303 Main Street in Selkirk officially opened Sept. 25. James...

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Transportation, minister’s visit on trustees’ agenda

As published in: The Reminder Written by: Jonathon Naylor Date: September 26, 2014 Flor Marcelino, Manitoba’s minister of multiculturalism and literacy, visited Many Faces Education Centre...

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Ministerial Visit

As published in: The Review Date: November 11, 2014 Multiculturalism and literacy minister Flor Marcelino, second from left, stopped in at Roblin’s LEARN Centre Thursday while on a tour of rural Manitoba’s adult...

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Address by Minister Flor Marcelino on the Occasion of the Unveiling of the Taras Shevchenko Travelling Exhibit

Left of Minister: His Grace Archbishop Lawrence Huculak, OSMB, Metropolitan of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in Canada. To the right of the Minister: His Eminence Archbishop Yurij, Metropolitan of the U...

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Canada Day Celebration

The Logan Constituency Invites you to a Canada Day Celebration On Tuesday, July 1, 2014 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Venue: LGC Family Place 525/527 William Avenue Enjoy singing and dancing! Refreshments will be served. ADMISSION...

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Logan Constituency's 2014 Job Fair

Looking for work? See us at Logan Constituency's 2014 Job Fair Where: Hugh John MacDonald School 567 Bannatyne Avenue When: April 1...

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Real Solutions that Work for Logan

Instead of resorting to short-sighted cuts, I’m working to protect families and build our future in Logan. Capital funding for more day care spaces at Kennedy Day Nursery Centre. A t...

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Address to the Graduating Class of Robertson College

October 3, 2012 Good afternoon distinguished guests, faculty, family, friends and our honoured graduates! I am so pleased to be here today. Thank you for sharing with me your joy and pride at this wonderful celebration of your achievements. Robertson College...

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Affordable Housing for Seniors

Greg Selinger and your provincial government have been working hard to create new and affordable housing units around the province. The latest came to Brandon and Steinbach with announcements in January and February. With our long-term affordable housing strategy, HOMEWorks!,...

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More opportunities for aboriginal students

The aboriginal youth population is the fastest growing in Manitoba and essential to Manitoba’s future economy. The Province has added $1.3M in new funding to the Aboriginal Academic Achievement grant helping keep kids in school. That means schools can hire teachers, provide quality...

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Making education better than ever

Giving our kids a strong start in life means improving the quality of education they’re getting. That’s why Greg Selinger and your provincial government are targeting resources into programs that work and will produce results. We are: capping...

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Green and growing

Manitoba continues to cut our greenhouse gas emissions. In 2010, our emissions were two percent lower than in 2000 — that’s like taking 90,000 cars off the road every year. Programs offered by your government are helping businesses develop environmentally sustainable...

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Strengthening the North

Your Northern MLAs are continuing to work on improving infrastructure, training and employment opportunities through the Northern Development Strategy. Over the next few months they will be meeting with Northern Mayors and...

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Medical grads staying

Greg Selinger and your provincial government have a plan to ensure all Manitobans have access to convenient, speedy and efficient health care. That’s why we created the first Physician Assistant (PA) masters training program in the country in 2008. The vast majority of...

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Better child care for families

Greg Selinger and your government are responding to the unique child-care needs of rural and Northern communities. New funding will help keep child-care centres open for families where enrolment varies due to seasonal work....

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Free Tax Preparation for Low Income Constituents

The Logan Constituency Office is offering a Tax Preparation Clinic for low income constituents on Saturday, March 24, 2012 from 10am to 4pm. The service is free of charge to couples whose combined income is under $30,000;to individuals less than $25,000 and to single parents...

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Speech by Flor Marcelino, MLA for Wellington

Mr. Speaker, I rise today to second the motion of the honourable member from Morris. I thank the honourable member for donning the beautiful authentic outfit and for bringing back to our memory a very significant victory won by the Famous Five: Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie...

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