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Province Puts Forward Facts Against Misinformation Campaign on Bill 64

June 14, 2021 – Ministry Releases Fact versus Fiction Page So Manitobans Have Factual Information About the Better Education Starts Today Strategy: Cullen Background Information The province has released a Fact versus Fiction web page to clarify a number of … Continue reading

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New laws and initiatives – Canstar Herald article by Andrew Micklefield on June 16, 2021

Earlier this month Manitoba’s Legislature completed one of busiest Legislative sessions in Manitoba history. Over 100 bills from all parties were introduced, about 70 passed, a handful were defeated and the rest remain on the Order Paper for further consideration … Continue reading

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Manitoba Launches ‘4-3-2-One Great Summer’ Reopening Path

June 10, 2021 “Summer is coming and vaccines are here,” said Pallister. “Our ‘4-3-2-One Great Summer’ Reopening Path rewards Manitobans with greater freedoms and fewer restrictions on our lives and economy as more and more of us get vaccinated.” The 4-3-2-One … Continue reading

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Manitoba Government Seeks Input From Manitobans On Safely Easing Restrictions, Begin Reopening Province

June 4, 2021 – Feedback Encouraged on the Priorities of a Safe, Responsible Easing of Public Health Orders: Pallister The Manitoba government is seeking feedback from Manitobans on the first steps that can be taken to ease public health restrictions … Continue reading

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Manitoba Launches Community Outreach Vaccination Effort to Protect Manitobans from Covid-19

June 3, 2021 – Local Community Vaccination will Help Get More Manitobans Vaccinated Faster so we can Reopen Quicker: Premier As Manitoba’s first-dose vaccination rate continues to grow, additional efforts are being taken to address vaccine hesitancy and access to … Continue reading

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Province Provides Protection and Additional Millions of Dollars for Safe Schools as Pandemic Continues

May 27, 2021 – Government Priority Remains on In-Class Learning: Cullen The province is allocating $58 million in new funding for the 2021-22 school year to ensure continued pandemic protection for schools and toward resources to support the mental health … Continue reading

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Second-Dose Covid-19 Vaccine Appointment Booking To Start May 21

May 19, 2021 Manitobans can begin to book second-dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments starting May 21, Health and Seniors Care Minister Heather Stefanson announced today. “As more vaccine is scheduled to arrive in Manitoba, we can begin to book second doses, starting … Continue reading

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Additional Public Health Orders Introduced to Lower Case Counts, Reduce Stress on Health-Care System

May 20, 2021 – Manitobans No Longer Permitted to Gather Outdoors with Anyone Outside Household, One Person per Household Allowed in Stores: Roussin Additional public health orders will come into effect this Saturday to help slow the spread of COVID-19 … Continue reading

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Covid-19 something to take seriously – May 19 2021 Canstar Herald article by Andrew Micklefield

When the covid-19 virus first made the news, I was skeptical – was this really any more serious than the flu?  When my friend got covid and wound up in intensive care, I began to take things a little more … Continue reading

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Private Member Statement May 11, 2021 – Importance of Receiving Covid Vaccine – Andrew Micklefield

MEMBERS’ STATEMENTS Importance of Receiving COVID Vaccine Mr. Andrew Micklefield (Rossmere): When the COVID‑19 virus first made the news, I was skeptical. Was this any more than the flu?    But then my friend got COVID and wound up in … Continue reading

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