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Madam Speaker, I rise to recognize Youth For Christ Executive Director John Courtney, who after 47 years of serving Winnipeg’s youth, will be retiring on December 31st. After helping youth at an addiction treatment centre in Toronto, John joined Youth … Continue reading
Education and Training Minister Kelvin Goertzen to discuss appointments to Commission on Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education.
January 23, 2019 – 11:00 am Education and Training Minister Kelvin Goertzen to discuss appointments to Commission on Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education.
December 5, 2018 GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES CONSULTATIONS ON MANDATORY ENTRY-LEVEL TRAINING FOR TRUCK DRIVERS The Manitoba government will move forward with a broad consultation with industry and other affected stakeholders on mandatory entry-level training (MELT) for truck drivers in the province, … Continue reading
September 13, 2018 PTH 59 AT PERIMETER HIGHWAY SET TO REOPEN IN STAGES FOLLOWING IMPROVEMENTS – – – Intersection Upgrades will Improve Safety, Operations at Busiest Intersection in Manitoba: Schuler Backgrounder Background Information The new interchange at PTH 59 and … Continue reading
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
Andrew Micklefield Congratulates Gateway Church’s Conversational English Program – March 20, 2018 – Private Member’s Statement
Madam Speaker, two years ago Rossmere resident Julia Todd wanted to help newcomers settle in North Kildonan. A three-time immigrant herself, Julia knows firsthand the difference friendly locals can make to those finding their way in a new culture. Along … Continue reading
News Release – Manitoba March 2, 2018 PROVINCE ALLOCATES FUNDS TO 63 CHILD CARE CENTRES ACROSS MANITOBA Backgrounder BKG-ChildCareFunding-FAM.pdf The Manitoba government is allocating funds to 621 early learning and child care spaces at 63 centres across the province, Families … Continue reading
February 26, 2018 PROVINCE FUNDS MORE THAN 120 PROJECTS TO MAINTAIN HEALTH FACILITIES ACROSS MANITOBA STEINBACH—The Manitoba government has approved more than 120 projects across the province with funding totalling nearly $30 million to ensure health-care facilities are properly maintained, … Continue reading