It is with great gratitude that my family and I say thank you to the residents of the Steinbach Constituency for placing their trust in us and again electing me on September 10 as their Member of the Legislative Assembly.
Today, because we are in election season and the advisability of a carbon tax is in the air, we continue our examination of how such a tax might affect us.
As we get older most of us will or have been in contact with people who are nearing the end of their life here on earth. But how we deal with that most important time in life is quite another matter.
One of the most widely known Canadian symbols is the red maple leaf. It’s in our nation’s flag after all. Maples are known for their ability to put on a spectacular colour show in fall. Reds, golds, oranges, yellows, even some deep purple.
When I visit schools and talk to young Canadians about Canada’s system of government, I am often asked, “what is the difference between Liberals and Conservatives?”
When ‘Open Farm Day’ started ten years ago in Manitoba, I took my family to three different farms.
Governments have always needed money to function, even democratic governments, but until about 150 years ago, they have not needed a great deal of money – unless a war was being financed.
The Seine-Rat River Conservation District is excited at the invitation to co-host an Open Farm Days on September 15th, 2019 with Cliff and Dorothy from CD Trees. Open Farm Day is where farmers open up their farms for you to the public.
When you think Petunia what do you think of? For me I think of bursts of colour, great structure, and simply a classic.