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.
I’d like to congratulate Kelvin Goertzen, our province’s Minister of Health, Seniors and Active Living, on the passing of our Manitoba government’s Medical Assistance in Dying Act.
The Dawson Trail constituency took part in the Manitoba government’s pre-budget consultations on Thursday, Oct. 26 in Ste. Anne.
The PC Government has begun further consultations where you can have your say on a number of budget-related issues preceding the formation of the 2018 Manitoba government budget.
I was pleased to have the opportunity to attend the Richer Rodeo as well as the Landmark Friendship Festival in my riding.
Our Manitoba PC government continues to make important investments in local infrastructure. August saw some major announcements affecting infrastructure support directly in Dawson Trail.
With the arrival of spring comes time for spring cleaning. The Main Street revitalization project for St. Adolphe and Ile Des Chenes will soon be underway.