Happy New Year, everyone! I hope you all had a lovely holiday season. It is officially 2024, and I’m looking forward to all that this year will bring!
Entering the first session of the 43rd Manitoba Legislature, my colleagues and I gathered in the House in late November as we marked the occasion with a Speech from the Throne.
On October 23, I joined my fellow members of the Progressive Conservative Party as we were officially sworn in as members of the Legislative Assembly.
Recently, our government has made a number of exciting announcements regarding child-care, and I am pleased to highlight that the Dawson Trail constituency has been included in these recent announcements.
I would like to offer more insight on the status of the Sio Silica Sand Project.
Recently, our PC government has made some exciting announcements regarding grant funding, and I am pleased to highlight the funding that has been allocated for local community projects throughout Dawson Trail.
With spring officially in season and summer not too far away, I am eagerly anticipating the warm weather and sunny days that are just around the corner.
I’d like to highlight a recent funding announcement. Our provincial government is providing the Bibliothèque Ste. Anne Inc. with $27,492.02 for their activities throughout the 2022-23 fiscal year.
I’d like to begin by providing clarification on some of the information that was shared and to some of the questions that were brought up in last month’s Dawson Trail Dispatch article regarding the intersection of PTH 12 and PR 210 in Ste. Anne.
Summer has come to an end and back-to-school season is now in full-swing. Even though the summer season isn’t nearly long enough, I hope you were all able to get out and enjoy the beautiful weather we had these last couple of months, and I hope that we continue to see a similar trend in the weeks to come.