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Province Announces Byelection Set for July 17 in St. Boniface

June 19, 2018 PROVINCE ANNOUNCES BYELECTION SET FOR JULY 17 IN ST. BONIFACE Premier Brian Pallister today announced that a byelection for the provincial constituency of St. Boniface will be held on Tuesday, July 17. This is the second byelection … Continue reading

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Province Announces Walk-in Connected Care Clinic to Open at Concordia Hospital

June 13, 2018 PROVINCE ANNOUNCES WALK-IN CONNECTED CARE CLINIC TO OPEN AT CONCORDIA HOSPITAL – – – Clinic will be Open Extended Hours, Offer Alternative to Non-life-threatening Care: Goertzen A walk-in connected care clinic opening at Concordia Hospital next summer … Continue reading

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How rent assist can help.

With so many North Kildonan residents living in apartments or other rented accommodations, I’m often asked about how rent assistance programs can help people struggling to make ends meet. Thankfully, recent changes to the Rent Assist program will help more … Continue reading

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Province Receives Recommendation of Manitoba Red Tape Reduction Task Force

May 30, 2018 PROVINCE RECEIVES RECOMMENDATIONS OF MANITOBA RED TAPE REDUCTION TASK FORCE The provincial government has now received and is implementing recommendations from the Manitoba Red Tape Reduction Task Force report, Finance Minister Cameron Friesen announced today. “Reducing red … Continue reading

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Province Provides Response to Senate Committee on Cannabis Legislation

May 22, 2018 PROVINCE PROVIDES RESPONSE TO SENATE COMMITTEE ON CANNABIS LEGISLATION Public Health, Safety Remain Primary Concerns: Stefanson, Goertzen Background Information The Manitoba government has provided a submission to the federal Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and … Continue reading

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Manitoba Government Expands Support to At-Risk Youth in Selkirk

May 14, 2018 MANITOBA GOVERNMENT EXPANDS SUPPORT TO AT-RISK YOUTH IN SELKIRK – – – Investment will Prevent Crime, Increase Access to Community Supports for Youth and Their Families: Stefanson SELKIRK—The Manitoba government is increasing its support to the Selkirk … Continue reading

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Mental Health and Addictions Strategy Sets Out Bold Plan to Address Long-Standing Service Gaps

May 14, 2018 MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTIONS STRATEGY SETS OUT BOLD PLAN TO ADDRESS LONG-STANDING SERVICE GAPS – – – Strategy Identifies Historical and Systemic Issues, Focuses on Opportunities for Provincial-level Care Planning, Community-based Care: Goertzen Backgrounder Background Information A … Continue reading

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Remarkable People in Rossmere: Grant and Award Recipients

Every month I could write about amazing people I meet in Rossmere, and April was no exception. Nour Ali is a Syrian who has been active in Winnipeg since his arrival from Syria five years ago. As well as maintaining … Continue reading

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Be Emergency Ready During Emergency Preparedness Week and All Year

May 7, 2018 BE EMERGENCY READY DURING EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS WEEK AND ALL YEAR – – – EP Week 2018 is May 6 to 12 but Manitobans Need to Prepared at All Times: Schuler The government of Manitoba encourages all Manitobans … Continue reading

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Province Launches Intake for Community Development Funding Applications

April 26, 2018 PROVINCE LAUNCHES INTAKE FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDING APPLICATIONS The Manitoba government is seeking grant applications for community development projects and initiatives, Municipal Relations Minister Jeff Wharton and Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires, minister responsible for the status … Continue reading

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