I had the honour of attending the Grand Opening of the Seven Oaks Hospital Chronic Disease Innovation Centre last week, with my colleague Nic Curry, MLA for Kildonan.
The recently released Manitoba Green Plan is dominated by plans for a carbon tax and arguments that the Made-in-Manitoba scheme is better than the Federal system.
Educators across the Southeast are going outside with their students to make real world connections to classroom learning.
I had just begun a visit with a Zach, a patient in the hospital when he blurted out “I just can’t imagine having to live this way.”
I frequently hear from constituents who tell me that with Justin Trudeau and his Liberal majority at the helm, sometimes it seems like there’s no good news coming out of Ottawa.
Mennonite Heritage Village is not the only organization trying to close the year with black ink on the bottom line. Many organizations end their fiscal year on December 31.
It has been stated that compared to women, more men smoke, drink, make unhealthy or risky health decisions, and are more likely to put off medical check-ups and to delay treatment for conditions.
The second session of the 41st legislature concluded last week, having passed numerous government bills focused on fixing the finances, repairing the services and rebuilding the economy.
In October the Manitoba Conservative Government released its “Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan”. This an important document and we commented on it last week.