September was a busy month, full of fun events to kick off the fall season in the Dawson Trail constituency and elsewhere in Manitoba.
August was a jam-packed month. Between festivals, barbecues and parades, there were many fun events to celebrate the tail end of the summer.
At the beginning of July, many festivals were being held throughout the Dawson Trail constituency in celebration of Canada’s birthday. One of them being the Canada Day celebration in Richer, that is always packed with fun festivities to celebrate the holiday.
This past April, I had the opportunity to see my private member’s bill, the Rail Safety Awareness Week Act, pass in the Legislative Assembly on second reading and at the committee stage, and move on to an upcoming third and final reading.
On April 20, I had the opportunity to speak in the Legislature about two more Dawson Trail heroes, Kaelie Spokes and Sarah Voth.
On Mar. 8, I had the opportunity to deliver a speech to the Manitoba Legislative Assembly in honour of the remarkable one hundredth birthday of a Dawson Trail constituent, Albertine Lagassé, my grandmother.
Whether it’s in health care or other sectors, our government provides so many services to Manitobans. I enjoy learning as much as possible about them.
It was my pleasure in November to present Ste. Anne resident Donald Hrynyk to the Manitoba Legislative Assembly as a Dawson Trail hero.
During this new legislative session, we are enacting an ambitious plan for long-term measures to fix our finances, improve our services and rebuild our economy.