Last weekend, Steinbach hosted its tenth Summer in the City festival, celebrating arts and culture in southeast Manitoba. Together with my wife and son, I enjoyed attending all three days of this great festival.
Last week I had the opportunity to represent Manitoba at the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) International Convention in Boston, Massachusetts.
The annual South Eastman Walk for Alzheimer’s took place in Steinbach on Thursday, raising more than $130,000, province wide.
This week, I was proud to recognize the contributions of Kleefeld’s own, Robb Nash, who was recently named as one of twelve upcoming recipients of the Order of Manitoba.
Over the past two weeks, I attended several fundraising events which highlighted the strong community values that exist in Manitoba.
Over the past several weeks there have been a number of important healthcare related announcements that will help to improve care in our province.
For many decades, the role of paramedics was defined by how quickly they could reach a patient, load them into the back of an ambulance, and get them to a hospital.
On Tuesday I had the pleasure of welcoming members of the Steinbach Pistons to the Manitoba Legislature.
A recent report was released indicating Manitoba’s improvement in many key areas of surgical wait times in the healthcare system.