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Government Approves Urgent Care Centre for Concordia Hospital, Implementing Other Recommendations Made in Peachey Review

May 16, 2019 GOVERNMENT APPROVES URGENT CARE CENTRE FOR CONCORDIA HOSPITAL, IMPLEMENTING OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS MADE IN PEACHEY REVIEW – – – Quality Assurance Assessment Finds Clinical Consolidation Blueprint is Correct, But Stabilization and Strengthening of System Needed: Friesen Background Information … Continue reading

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Rossmere well represented in sports

With summer almost upon us, sports parents including Ruth and I are driving near and far as outdoor sports teams engage children and youth eager to play in local leagues. In partnership with Sport Manitoba, the government of Manitoba is … Continue reading

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Province Announces Summer Youth Job Opportunities

May 10, 2019 PROVINCE ANNOUNCES SUMMER YOUTH JOB OPPORTUNITIES The Manitoba government is offering summer employment opportunities for students and youth, Education and Training Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced today. “The Manitoba government’s summer employment programming provides students with invaluable experience … Continue reading

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Work Underway to Replace Bridge on PTH 59 North Over Red River Floodway

May 2, 2019 WORK UNDERWAY TO REPLACE BRIDGE ON PTH 59 NORTH OVER RED RIVER FLOODWAY – – – Project Slated to be Complete by November 2023: Schuler The Manitoba government is moving ahead with detailed design work and a … Continue reading

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Province Announces New Funding to Support Family Violence Prevention

April 8, 2019 PROVINCE ANNOUNCES NEW FUNDING TO SUPPORT FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION The Manitoba government is providing $176,000 in new funding through the Family Violence Prevention Program to support women’s resource centres in Winnipeg and Brandon, Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle … Continue reading

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Addressing Unique Local Needs – Canstar Herald April 10, 2019 article by Andrew Micklefield

Addressing Unique Local Needs – Canstar Herald April 10, 2019 article by Andrew Micklefield Several times this Spring I have enjoyed taking time to meet with people and share with them how my office can assist them. Often people do … Continue reading

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Private Member’s Statement honouring Helen Hopko and Share Christmas

March 21, 2019 Madam Speaker, I rise today to applaud the compassionate service of Rossmere resident Helen Hopko. Thirty years ago Helen joined an initiative called Share Christmas and started knitting handmade toques, mittens and scarves to give to those … Continue reading

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Province Announces Ambulance Fees Now Reduced to Maximum of $250

PROVINCE ANNOUNCES AMBULANCE FEES NOW REDUCED TO MAXIMUM OF $250 – – – Promise Kept, Government Getting the Job Done to Help Manitoba Families: Pallister Keeping its promise to provide families with more affordable emergency medical services (EMS), the Manitoba … Continue reading

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Manitoba Introduces Changes to Modernize and Streamline Court Processes

Français March 14, 2019 MANITOBA INTRODUCES CHANGES TO MODERNIZE AND STREAMLINE COURT PROCESSES The Manitoba government is introducing legislation that would help make the province’s courts system more transparent, fair and accessible for Manitobans, Justice Minister Cliff Cullen announced today. … Continue reading

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Budget 2019 Reduces PST to Seven Per Cent, Makes Life More Affordable

March 7, 2019 BUDGET 2019 REDUCES PST TO SEVEN PER CENT, MAKES LIFE MORE AFFORDABLE – – – Manitobans Chose a New Direction for Their Province, We’re Getting the Job Done: Fielding Budget 2019 gets the job done for Manitobans … Continue reading

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