MLA Page — Andrew Swan

Summer not the same without volunteers

All eyes are on Winnipeg as we host the Canada Summer Games. The games showcase Canada’s up and coming athletes, many of whom will go on to compete internationally, and even in the Olympics in the years to come. Equally important, the Games will leave a legacy of...

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Every kid deserves great teachers

Like many of you, I was very lucky to have wonderful public school teachers. Whether it was Dorothy Young in Grade 4, John Coutts and Dennis Schrofel teaching us history and letting us debate current events (they once came down to watch three of their former students...

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Still working on new wing for Tec Voc

Metro readers have a strong connection to James A. Richardson International Airport. Citizens of St. James and the West End are used to airplanes overhead. More than any other folks in the province, we know how important airlines and aerospace are to our province. We...

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Ways to make a difference

By Andrew Swan, MLA for Minto As published in The Times January 09, 2016 For many of us, the New Year is a time to make resolutions — a time to commit to changing the way we do things. The most common resolutions...

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Wishing your family the best in 2017!

Andrew Swan wishes you and your family happy holidays 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 Andrew’s constituency office...

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Reformation Day

Five hundred years ago yesterday, on October 31, 1517, a German monk named Martin Luther is said to have nailed thirty–95 theses to the door of the All Saints' Church in his hometown of Wittenburg. His actions sparked the Protestant Reformation, which changed forever the face...

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Mental Illness Awareness Day

This week, we recognize Mental Illness Awareness Week, and we affirm that every Manitoban deserves mental wellness. Each year, doctors and researchers learn more about the spectrum of mental illness and the tools Manitobans can use to manage their mental health. ...

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Misericordia Urgent Care Cenre

Monday was a sad day for health care in Manitoba as the Misericordia Urgent Care Centre closed its doors, the closing this centre which served 40,000 Manitobans each year, leaves people with urgent health needs saddened, angry and confused about where to access health care. ...

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