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INDEX of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba DEBATES and PROCEEDINGS 38-39 Elizabeth II Second Session - Thirty-Fourth Legislature which opened the 18th of May, 1989 and dissolved by prlamation the 7th of August, 1990 Volume XXXVIII Printed by the fice of t הQᵫens Printer Pro•ince of Manita

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INDEX of the

Legislative Assembly of Manitoba

DEBATES

and

PROCEEDINGS

38-39 Elizabeth II

Second Session - Thirty-Fourth Legislature which opened the 18th of May, 1989

and dissolved by proclamation the 7th of August, 1990

Volume XXXVIII

Printed by the Office of the Queens Printer. Pro•ince of Manitoba

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Legislative Assembly of Manitoba

DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS

Second Session - Thirty-Fourth Legislature

Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

List of Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Legislative Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Member /Subject Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Appendices Appendix A: Oral Questions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Appendix B: Members of Executive Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..

Appendix C: Standing and Special Committees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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ALCOCK, Reg

ANGUS, John

ASHTON, Steve

BURRELL, Parker

CARR, Jim

CARSTAIRS, Sharon

CHARLES, Gwen

CHEEMA, Guizar

CHORNOPYSKI, William

CONNERY, Edward

COWAN, Jay

CUMMINGS, Glen

DERKACH, Leonard

DOER, Gary

DOWNEY, James E.

DRIEDGER, Albert

DRIEDGER, Herold

DUCHARME, Gerald

EDWARDS, Paul

ENNS, Harry

ERNST, Jim

EVANS, Laurie E.

EVANS, Leonard S.

FILMON, Gary

FINDLAY, Glen M.

GAUDRY, Neil

GILLESHAMMER, Harold

GRAY, Avis

HAMMOND, Gerrie

HARAPIAK, Harry M.

HARPER, Elijah

HELW ER, Edward

HEMPHILL, Maureen

KOZAK, Richard

LAMOUREUX, Kevin

MALOWAY, Jim

MANDRAKE, Ed

MANNESS, Clayton

McCRAE, James C.

MINENKO, Mark

MITCHELSON, Bonnie

NEUFELD, Harold

OLESON, Charlotte

ORCHARD, Donald

PANKRATZ, Helmut

PATTERSON, Allan

PENNER, Jack

PLOHMAN, John S. PRAZNIK, Darren

ROCAN, Denis

ROCH, Gilles

ROSE, Bob

STORIE, Jerry T.

TAYLOR, Harold

URUSKI, Bill

WASYLYCIA-LEIS, Judy

YEO, Iva

MANITOBA LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

THIRTY-FO URTH LEGISLATURE

Members, Constituencies and Political Affiliation

Osborne

St. Norbert

Thompson

Swan River

Fort Rouge

River Heights

Selkirk

Kildonan

Burrows

Portage Ia Prairie

Churchill

Ste. Rose

Roblin-Russell

Concordia

Arthur

Emerson

Niakwa

Riel

St. James

Lakeside

Charleswood

Fort Garry

Brandon East

Tuxedo

Virden

St. Boniface

Minnedosa

Ellice

Kirkfield Park

The Pas

Rupertsland

Gimli Logan

Transcona

Inkster

Elmwood

Assiniboia

Morris

Brandon West

Seven Oaks

River East

Rossmere

Gladstone

Pembina

La Verendrye Radisson

Rhineland

Dauphin

Lac du Bonnet

Turtle Mountain

Springfield

St. Vital

Flin Flon

Wolseley

Interlake

St. Johns

Sturgeon Creek

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hon. Dr. George Johnson

Speaker of the Legislative Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hon. Denis C. Roean, M.L.A.

Deputy Speaker and Chairman of Committee of the Whole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. William Chornopyski, M.L.A.

Deputy Chairman of Committee of the Whole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Harold Gilleshammer, M.L.A.

Government House Leader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hon. James McCrae, M.L.A.

Opposition House Leader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Reg Alcock, M.L.A.

Second Opposition House Leader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Steve Ashton, M .L.A.

Government Whip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Edward Helwer, M .L.A.

Opposition Whip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Kevin Lamoureux, M .L.A.

Second Opposition Whip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Steve Ashton, M.L.A.

Clerk of the Legislative Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. W. H . Remnant

Deputy Clerk of the Legislative Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ms. Beverley Rosiak

Ms. Patricia Chaychuk-Fitzpatrick Clerk of Committees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ms. Bonnie Greschuk

Legislative Counsei. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shirley Strutt

Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Clifford S. Morrissey

Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Roy MacGillivray

Hansard Editor ........................................................................ Suzanne L. Dion

Hansard Indexer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ms. Brenda L. Walker

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INTRODUCTION

Manitoba Hansard Index is designed to provide easy access to topics discussed in the Legislative Assembly. For this reason it corresponds strictly to the text of Manitoba Hansard.

FORMAT

The index is in two sections: (I) combined Member /Subject index, and (2) appendices.

Member /Subject index: Main entry in this section is a subject or personal name heading which may be subdivided. Following the main entry are secondary headings, "see" and "see also" references, and a listing of individuals who spoke on that subject.

Appendices: Included in this section is a complete listing of Oral Questions by department, Bills, Members of the Executive Council, and Chairmen of Standing and Special Committees.

FILING ARRANGEMENT

The basic filing principle is alphabetical, letter by letter.

The sequence is as follows:

a) numbers file at the beginning of the alphabet, if they are the first word in the filing element;

b) initials separated by punctuation, abbreviations, acronyms without interior punctuation are filed at the beginning of their alphabetic group.

ABBREVIATIONS

1 r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First Reading ( M ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Motion 2r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Second Reading 0/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Order-in-Council 3r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Third Reading P /0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . point of order Arndt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amendment R/R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Read and Received CjW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Committee of the Whole R/ A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Royal Assent

R/S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Report Stage

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4-H Clubs 4-H Week

Findlay 2535; Gray 2535; Storie 2535; Uruski 2535

Highway cleanup A. Driedger 311 9-20

55-Plus Games Yeo 822

ACRE Business participation

Cummings 2515; L.E. Evans 2515 Staffing

L.E. Evans 2515; Cummings 2 5 1 5-6 See also Manitoba Hazardous Waste Corp.

- Pesticide disposal

AIDS Education

Misconceptions Doer 934; Orchard 934

Needle exchange program Funding

Cheema 1840, 2212; Orchard 1840, 2212

Outreach workers Cheema 1 840; Orchard 1840

Reporting Confidentiality breach

Cheema 1010; Doer 933-4; Orchard 933-4, 974, 1010

Guidelines Cheema 1010; Orchard 1 010

Treatment Terminal care facilities

Cheema 2212; Orchard 2 2 1 2 See also Health (Supply) - Communicable

Disease Control

ARM Industries F

-unding Oleson 1 1 20; Wasylycia-Leis 1 120

Abitibi-Price Expansion

Praznik 169

Aboriginal people Adoptions

Repatriation Harper 5980; Oleson 5980

Child care centres Government initiatives

Harper 5980; Oleson 5980 Government relationship

Harper 4976-80 ·

Leaders, government support Downey 1973; Harper 1 973

See also Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Aboriginal rights Premier's position

Filmon 5976; Harper 5976 Supreme Court of Canada

Hansard Index

1

Aboriginal rights-Cont. Harper 5978, 6015; McCrae 5978, 6015

Aboriginal Justice Inquiry Recommendations

Harper 5979; McCrae 5979

Actors' Showcase Hemphill 1 919; Mitchelson 1918-9

Address for Papers No. 5 - September 2 1 , 1989 accepted

(Alcock) 1165 No. 6 - September 21, 1989 accepted

(L.S. Evans) 1165 No. 7 - September 27, 1989 accepted

(Wasylycia-Leis) 1349 No. 8 - October 20, 1989 accepted

(Cheema) 2058 No. 9 - November 28, 1 989 accepted

(Roch) 3334

Administration of Oaths of Office, An Act respecting the (Bill 1)

l r Filmon 7

Affirmative action Implementation plan

Gray 2057; Hammond 2057 Northern programs

Derkach 1 193; Rose 1193 See also Civil Service Commission

Agassiz Youth Services Power plant downgrading

A. Driedger 1865-6; Edwards 1865-6

Agricultural Advisory Committee Background data

Findlay 26 1 4; Uruski 2614 Crow rate review

L.E. Evans 277, 4395; Findlay 277, 4395-6

Agriculture (Supply) Opening Remarks

Findlay 627-30 Response

L.E. Evans 630-5; Uruski 635-8 Administration and Finance

Communications Branch Salaries

L.E. Evans 768; Findlay 768-9; Uruski 768-9

Computer Services Salaries

Findlay 842; Uruski 842 Executive Support

Policy Studies L.E. Evans 639-40, 755-8, 763-5; Findlay 639-42, 755-8, 759-62, 766-8; Orchard 762-3; Uruski 640-2, 759-62, 765-8

Salaries L.E. Evans 638-9, 758-9; Findlay 639, 759; Uruski 759

Financial and Administrative Services

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Agriculture (Supply}--Cont. Other Expenditures

L.E. Evans 842; Findlay 842 Salaries

L.E. Evans 840-2; Findlay 840-2 Minister's Salary

L.E. Evans 1 7 1 4-5; Findlay 1 7 1 4-20; Uruski 1 7 1 5-20

Personnel Services Salaries

L.E. Evans 842-5; Findlay 843-7; Gray 845-7; Kozak 846

Program Analysis Salaries

L.E. Evans 847; Findlay 847 Summerfallow Compensation Program

Administration L .E. Evans 847-8; Findlay 847-8; Uruski 848

Agricultural Development and Marketing Administration

Other Expenditures L.E. Evans I 320; Findlay I 320-2; Uruski 1 322

Animal Industry Branch Other Expenditures

L.E. Evans 1 323-4; Findlay I 322-4; Uruski I 322

Marketing Branch Other Expenditures

L.E. Evans I 332; Findlay I 332-4; Minenko I 333-4; Uruski I 332-4

Soils and Crops Branch Other Expenditures

L.E. Evans 1 325-30; Findlay 1 326-3 1 ; Uruski I 326-8, I 330

Special Assistance for Commercial Beekeepers

L.E. Evans I 33 I ; Findlay I 33 I -2; Uruski I 33 I -2

Veterinary Services Branch Other Expenditures

L .E. Evans I 322-3; Findlay I 322-5; Uruski I 322, I 324-5

Drugs and Semen Purchases L.E. Evans 1 647-8; Findlay 1 647-8

Education Tax Reduction Program for Farmers

L.E. Evans 1 648; Findlay 1 648-9; Uruski 1 648-9

Emergency Interest Rate Relief Program L.E. Evans 1 640; Findlay 1 640

Federal/Provincial Agreements Agri-Food Agreement

L.E. Evans 1 640- 1 ; Findlay 1 640- 1 , 1 645-7; Uruski I 645-7

Soil Conservation Agreement Angus 1 644-5; L.E. Evans 1 642-4; Findlay 1 642-5

Income Insurance Fund

Hansard Index

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Agriculture (Supply }--Cont. Administration

Findlay 15 I 5-20; Uruski I 5 I 5-20 Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corporation

L.E. Evans 1 287-8; Findlay I 286-9 1 ; U ruski I 288-9 I

Manitoba Crop Insurance Corporation Administration

L.E. Evans 849-55, 1 1 69, 1 24 1 -6, I 280-3; Findlay 848-55, 1 1 68-70, I 24 I -54, I 280-6; Uruski 853-5, 1 246-55, I 279-80, I 283-6

Policy and Economics Division L.E. Evans 1 4 1 I ; Findlay 1 4 1 1 -4; Minenko 1 4 1 1 -4

Agriculture Research University of Manitoba - Grant

Derkach I 555-6; L.E. Evans I 554-6; Findlay I 554-6

Certification Agency Findlay 1 5 I 3-5; Patterson I 5 I 4; Uruski I 5 I 3-4

Economics Branch Other Expenditures

L.E. Evans 1 472-6; Findlay 1 472-83; Uruski 1 476-82

Family Farm Protection Act L.E. Evans 1 556-8; Findlay I 556-64, I 638-40; Uruski 1 558-64, I 638-40

Manitoba Farms Lands Ownership Board L.E. Evans 1 55 1 -3; Findlay 1 55 1 -4; Uruski I 553

Manitoba Natural Products Marketing Council

L.E. Evans 1 483-6; Findlay I 483-6, 15 I 0-3; Patterson I 5 I I ; Uruski 1 5 1 0-3

Milk Prices Review Commission L.E. Evans I 548-50; Findlay 1 548-5 1 ; Uruski I 550-I

Regional Agricultural Services Division L.E. Evans I 334; Findlay 1 334-7; Gray 1 335; Minenko 1 336; Uruski 1 334-5

Agricultural Crown Lands Branch Enns I 408-9; L.E. Evans 1 404-5; Findlay I 404-I I; Uruski 1 405- 1 1

Agri-Food, Advisory Council on Impacts of Change

Doer 2527; L.E. Evans 2527; Findlay 2527

Agri-Food Agreement See Agriculture (Supply)

Agri-Food Policy Conference Drought assistance

L .E. Evans 3635; Findlay 3635 GATT negotiations

L.E. Evans 3634-5; Findlay 3635 Safety net programs

L.E. Evans 3635; Findlay 3635 Supply management programs

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Agri-Food Policy Conference-Cont. LE. Evans 2878; Findlay 2878

Agri-Food programs Funding

Downey 5482; LE. Evans 5482

Ahluwalia, Karter Cheema 1 1 27; Doer 1 1 27; Mitchelson 1 1 27

Aidun, Dr. Jamshid McCrae 1 386

Air ambulances See Privilege, Matters of

Airport protection All-party agreement

Ducharme 2007; Taylor 2007

Airports - Northern See Highways and Transportation (Supply)

Aiyawin Housing Corporation Racism documentary

Carstairs 27 1

Alberta Beef Store False advertising

Maloway 856

ALCOCK, Reg (Lib, Osborne) Address for Papers

No. 5 - September 2 1 , 1 989 accepted 1 1 65

No. 8 - October 20, 1 989 accepted 2058

Budget Debate 584-9

Child and Family Services Amendment Act (Bill 30)

2r 882-3, 939-40 Documents Tabled

Developing an Indian and Metis Urban Strategy for Manitoba

2509 Population statistics

December 1 8, 1 989 3874

Workshop for the Development of an Indian and Metis Urban Strategy for Manitoba

2509 Economic Development, Standing Committee

1 st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; Referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 193-6; 4255-7

Education Administration Amendment Act (Bill 60)

l r 205 1 Environment (Supply)

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Hansard Index

3

ALCOCK, Reg (Lib, Osborne)----Cont. Salaries 3353-6

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27)

2r 2488-9 1 ; C ;w 3660-4, 3669-72; R/S 3783

Grievance, Matter of Rules of the House

Review 4980-2 Hansard Corrections

Reprint request 3246 Health (Supply)

Administration and Finance Minister's Salary 3340-3

House Business Adjournment Motion 1 030, 4068, 5956 Estimates order change 2536

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

3r 1 0 1 7-9 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bill 90) 2r 3955-7

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 3401 -6; c;w 3570- 1 , 3647 Manitoba Data Services Disposition and

Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 98) 2r 5603-5

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act (Bill 1 3)

2r 96 1 Ministerial Statements

Curtis, Charles Vanier Medal recipient

Response 969-70 Public Accounts

Availability Response 4706

Non-Political Statements Mcilwain, Kelsey

International Computer Problem-Solving Contest winner 3857

Prairie Theatre Exchange New facilities - Portage Place 1 844-5

Oral Questions Bank of Canada rate

Impact Manitoba 3848 Bill C-2 1

Manitoba position 729 Bankruptcies

Job loss statistics 4647, 4707 Budget

Deficit reduction 346 Fiscal Stabilization Fund 380, 525

Accountability 525 Auditor's opinion 380

Health care funding 344 Multiyear forecast 346 Surplus 343-4 Tax reduction 343

CFB Portage Ia Prairie Compensation 3980- 1

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ALCOCK, Reg (Lib, Osborne}-Cont. ERDA Agreements

Expenditures 5359 Negotiations 782 Premier intervention 782

Economic growth Budget request 5094-5, 5444 Deficit forecast 3849 Full-time employment decline 3635 Government initiatives 28 1 8 Manitoba rate 28 1 8 Personal bankruptcies 28 1 8 Retail sales tax revenues 38 1 7

Farming industry Financial assistance 3652

Federal Equalization payments Budget predictions 365 2 Manitoba statistics 3636, 3652 Reduction 28 1 9

Federal funding Manitoba representation 5340 Manitoba statistics 534 1 Premier's position 5300- 1 Spending agenda 5340

Federal programs Cutbacks 3652

First Ministers' Conference Federal equalization payments 2530

Forest fires Compensation, federal 3874

Free Trade Agreement Adjustment assistance 3849 Cancellation clause 5339 Impact

Labour 4646 Manitoba 5358

Labour adjustment strategy 4646-7

' 4 706-7

Goods and services tax Blenkarn report 365 1 Cascading 3944 Consumption tax 1 9 1 7 Corporate contribution 2529 Cost to Manitobans 2529 Federal support funding I 036 Finance Minister's position 365 1 -2 House of Commons Finance Committee

Submission tabling request 1 9 1 7 Impact

Cultural industries I 037 Families 1 037 Labour 398 1 Low-income families 3943 Manitoba 454, 1 9 1 7 Tourism 454

Implementation 3943-4 Income security programs 1 689 Indexing 3944 Opposition support 3980 Revenue neutral 454 Sales tax credits 1 689

Interest rates Increase 5339

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ALCOCK, Reg (Lib, Osborne}-Cont. Klinic Community Health Centre

New facilities 344 Labour adjustment strategy

Government initiatives 4647 Labour force

Jnformetrica forecast 5358 Manitoba Agriculture Credit Corp.

Interest rates 5340 Mining tax

Impact Thompson 4708 Revenue estimate 4708

Northern Development Agreement Government initiatives 530 1

Out-migration Federal support 3873 Government strategy 4646

Port of Churchill Continued use 5358

Premier's Council Economy 4708

Progressive Conservative Party Agenda 5443

Red River Community College President reporting 253 1 Student affairs 2530

Selkirk, Town of Dry dock facilities 5358

Sustainable Development, International Institute for

Announcement 5301 Throne Speech

Tourism priorities 78 1 Tourism agreement

Replacement 5301 Unemployed Help Centres

Funding 3850 Unemployment rate

Job training initiatives 728 Manitoba statistics 3636 Women 28 1 9

Unemployment Insurance Commission Benefit reforms 728 Manitoba statistics 3849 Replacement support 3849

Western Diversification Fund Spending agenda 5300

Orders for Return No. 9, dated September 2 1 , 1 989

Manness 1 1 66 No. 1 0, dated October 20, 1 989

McCrae 2058-9 Points of Order

P/0 by Alcock respecting words "fear mongers" (Cummings) 1 6 1 6; withdrawn voluntarily (Cummings) 1 6 1 6

P/0 by Alcock respecting word "irresponsible" (Orchard) 3727; withdrawal requested 3727; withdrawn (Orchard) 3727

P jO by Alcock respecting unparliamentary language

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ALCOCK, Reg (Lib, Osborne)--Cont. (Doer) 3808; taken under advisement 3808; ruled out of order 592 1

P jO by Alcock respecting imputation of motives ( Manness) 4201 -2; Manness 4202; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 4202; ruled out of order 5920

P/0 by Doer respecting words "poor, poor girl" used by Orchard referencing Gray 224; Alcock 224; withdrawn (Orchard) 224

P/0 by Manness respecting alleged criticism of Provincial Auditor (Gray) 224 1 ; Alcock 224 1 ; Gray 224 1 ; ruled out of order 224 1

P /0 by McCrae respecting brevity of supplementary questions 1 382; Alcock 1 382; ruled in order 1 382

P /0 by McCrae respecting imputation of motives (Carstairs) 1 448; Alcock 1 448; taken under advisement 1 448; ruled out of order 1 9 1 8

P / 0 by McCrae respecting discussion of House Business (Roch) 4024; Alcock 4024; Ashton 4024; ruled in order 4024

P /0 by McCrae respecting political nature of non-political statement ( Minenko) 5655; Alcock 5655; Member cautioned 5655

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 2672-4

Resolutions CSIS Agreement, renegotiation of 3292-3

Privilege, Matter of Air Ambulance Service

Access Policy Alcock 864; Ashton 863-4; McCrae 864; (Orchard) 863; Storie 864; taken under advisement 864; ruled out of order 979

Economic Development, Standing Committee Events occurring on May I , 1 989 referred to Standing committee on Privileges and Elections (Angus) 1 8-9; Ashton 1 9-20; McCrae 20-2; taken under advisement 22; ruled out of order 3 1 1 -2; comment on Chair (Supply) Alcock 62 1 -2

Labour, Minister of Misleading information respecting gas inspections

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5

ALCOCK, Reg (Lib, Osborne)--Cont. Alcock 4509; Ashton 4509; (Harapiak) 4508; McCrae 4508-9; taken under advisement 4509; ruled out of order 5920- 1

Ombudsman, Office of Impartiality questioned Alcock 8 1 2-3; Ashton 8 1 3 ; (Connery) 8 1 2; McCrae 8 1 3; taken under advisement 8 1 3; ruled out of order 978-9

Public Gallery attendance Rules of the House Alcock 596 1 ; Ashton 596 1 ; Harper 596 1 ; McCrae 596 1 ; taken under advisement 596 1 -2; Speaker's ruling 5973

Workers Compensation Minister Apology requested by Alcock respecting comments made 1 422; withdrawn (Connery) 1 422

Public Schools Amendment Act (Bill 59)

l r 205 1 Statute Law Amendment (Taxation) Act,

1 989 (Bill 86) 2r 3225-7; c;w 3643-4

Supply, Committee of Motion Committee rise

Highways and Transportation 1 167-8; Motion carried 1 1 70

Throne Speech Debate 263-8

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba 23-4, 5448, 5455-7

Child care crisis Effects on Manitobans 1 088-9, 1 10 1 -2

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 785-6, 787, 1 039

LynnGold Resources Inc. Intervention to prevent closure 2247-8

Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba Amalgamation, Health

Carstairs 1 428; Orchard 1 428 Budget reductions

Carstairs 1 428; Orchard 420, 1 428; Wasylycia-Leis 420

Funding Cheema 947

See also Health (Supply)

Allard, Candace Surgery costs

Hemphill 2532; Orchard 2532

Alumax Hydro rates

Ernst 426

Ambulance service, air Access policy

Derkach 8 1 7; Storie 8 1 7

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Ambulance service, air-Cont. See also Privilege, Matters of

Amtrak Shuttle Service Impact

VIA workers Carstairs 2207; Filmon 2207

Western Canada Carstairs 2207; A. Driedger 2207; Filmon 2207

Justification Doer 2209; Filmon 2209

Minister's involvement Carstairs 2206; A. Driedger 2206

ANGUS, John (Lib, St. Norbert) Agriculture (Supply)

Federal/Provincial Agreements Soil Conservation Agreement 1 644-5

Beverage Container Act (Bill 1 0)

2r 2960 Budget Debate

428-33 City of Winnipeg Amendment Act

(Bill 32) 3r 252 1 -2

Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)

Corporate Affairs Public Utilities Board

Salaries 2942-4 Crown Corporations Public Review and

Accountability Amendment Act (Bill 55) I r 1 684; 2r 4943-4

Documents Tabled MacLaren Plansearch

Letter to Environment Control Division dated May 1 2, 1 989 Re: environmental study (Manfor)

1 26 Economic Development, Standing Committee

First Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 93-6; 4207- 1 0

Energy and Mines (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Neufeld) 3 1 88-9 1 , 3 1 94-5 Response

3 1 9 1 Administration and Finance

Administrative Services Other Expenditures 3351 Salaries 3 3 50

Executive Support Salaries 3 1 95-7, 3 1 99

Minister's Salary 4 1 58-9 Energy

Energy Policy Salaries 3351 -3, 3694

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6

ANGUS, John (Lib, St. Norbert)--Cont. Manitoba Energy Council 3699

Manitoba Energy Authority 4 1 57 Mineral Resources

Mineral Resource Administration Salaries 3699-3702

Mines Salaries 4 143-8, 4 1 56

Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act (Bill 53)

2r 2902 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

(Bill 27) 2r 1 1 76-8

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Administration and Finance

Executive Support Other Expenditures 623

Planning and Design and Land Surveys Planning and Design

Salaries and Wages 839, 1 266-7 Industry, Trade and Tourism (Supply)

Administration and Finance Strategic Planning

Salaries 4448 Liquor Control Amendment Act

(Bill 1 4) l r 1 424

Manitoba Data Services Disposition and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 98)

2r 5422-6; 3r 5944-5 Manitoba Energy Foundation Repeal Act

(Bill 92) 2r 4401

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act (Bill 1 3)

2r 1 8 32-4 Ministerial Statements

Manitoba Hydro Seasonal Diversity Agreements

Response 3069-70 Manitoba HydroBonds

Response 447 Natural Resources (Supply)

Engineering and Construction Technical Services

Less: Recoverable 4909 Non-Political Statements

Manitoba Marathon 68 1 Oral Questions

Autopac Cyclical renewals 4 7 3 1 Merit discounts 4732 Quarterly payments 4732

Budget Gasoline tax increase 38 1

Conawapa Project Environmental impact study 1 344 Ontario Hydro agreement 1 345 Preferential employment policy 4433-4 Public Utilities Board study 1 345

Crown Corporation Public Review Act Amendments 1 579, 1 6 1 2

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ANGUS, John (Lib, St. Norbert�Cont. Environmental impact hearings

Advertising 1 27 Process review 1 27

Freedom of Information Act Obstruction, Finance Minister 1 1 58-9

Gas utilities Annual rate increase 5647

Goods and services tax Impact

Autopac rates 5648 Energy resources 1 1 26 Hydro rates 5648

LynnGold Resources Inc. Negotiations 2380 Premier's intervention 2380- 1

Manitoba Data Services Divestiture

Employee notification 59 1 6 Freedom of Information Act I 086-7 Systemhouse proposal 59 1 6

Manitoba Hydro Capital projects review 1 6 1 3 Preferential policy 541 4 Project information release 1 579 Rate increase

Justification 5278 Water rental charges 5278

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission Advertising policy 4952 Standing Committee referral 4952

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation General Insurance Division

Privatization 5648 Research and Training Centre 56 1 1

Public Utilities Board Capital projects

Crown corporations 1 6 1 2 Gas rate review 4084 Jurisdiction

Manitoba Hydro 1 579, 1 6 1 2-3 Resources 4085

Repap Manitoba Inc. Asset recovery 282 1 Construction schedule 2734 Contractual obligations 3443 Cutting areas 2734 Phase 2 approval 4340 Environmental impact hearings

1 26-7, 2734 Environmental impact study - U.S. 2473 Environmental licensing 4436, 4900

Monitoring 4864 Environmental lobbying 4864, 4900 Road upgrading agreement 38 1 Sale agreement security 2472 Swan River plant delay 282 1 , 4340, 4436

Guarantee 3443-4 Standing and Special Committees

Scheduling 4953 Ozone Depleting Substances Act

(Bill 83) 2r 3840- 1

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7

ANGUS, John (Lib, St. Norbert�Cont. Petitions

Waverley and Pembina Highway Request for safety measures 3239; ruled in order 3327

Points of Order P jO by Angus respecting imputation

of motives (Ashton) 3828; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 3828; ruled out of order 5889

P/0 by Angus respecting threat of invisible axe ( Manness) 4208; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 4208; withdrawn ( Manness) 4208

P jO by Ashton requesting tabling of documents (Orchard) 1 53; McCrae 1 53; Orchard 1 53; ruled out of order 1 54

P /0 by Cowan respecting reflections on past proceedings of the House (Lamoureux) 5636; Angus 5636; ruled in order 5636; Member cautioned 5636

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "hypocritical" and "arrogant" (Angus) referencing Manness 4675; withdrawal requested 4675-6; withdrawn (Angus) 4676

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 4675-6

Resolutions Boards, Commissions and Agencies,

Appointment to 1 1 55 Manfor, environmental impact studies

4676-8 Small businesses, support for 5641 -2 Winnipeg Rivers Management 38 1 0-2

Privilege, Matter of Economic Development, Standing Committee

Events occurring on May 1 , 1 989 referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections (Angus) 1 8-9; Ashton 1 9-20; McCrae 20-2; taken under advisement 22; ruled out of order 3 1 1 -2

LynnGold Resources Inc. False information alleged Angus 230 1 ; (Cowan) 2299-301 ; McCrae 230 1 -2; Storie 2302; taken under advisement 2302; ruled out of order 4398

Public Health Amendment Act (Bill 9 1 )

2 r 5 1 49-50 Rural Development (Supply)

Municipal Board Salaries 1 827

Urgent Public I mportance, Matter of Child care crisis

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ANGUS, John (Lib, St. Norbert)--Cont. Day care worker walkout

1 868-9. 1 898- 1 900 Effects on Manitobans I I I 0- 1

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba I 069-70

LynnGold Resources I nc. I ntervention to prevent closure 2267-8

Announcements Conflict of Interest

Bill 75 - I nsurance Amendment Act Ducharme 3860

Bill 98 - Manitoba Data Services Disposition and Consequential Amendments Act

Edwards 537 1 Edwards, Paul and wife Anne

Birth of son, Evan Lawrence Murdoch Rocan 884

Applied Linguistics Centre Funding

Derkach 4999; Yeo 4999

Appointments Chaychuk-Fitzpatrick, Patricia

Clerk of Committees appointment Rocan 1 49

Chornopyski, William Committees Chairmanship Whole House appointment

Filmon 8 Deputy Speaker appointment

Filmon 8 Contradictions

Edwards 34-5; McCrae 35 Page appointments

Rocan 8

Appointments, political Education, Department of

Derkach 973; Yeo 973

Apprenticeship in Manitoba 45th anniversary

Ashton 1 444; Edwards 1 443-4; Hammond 1 443

Appropriation Act, 1989 (Bill 99)

l r Manness 5634; 2r Charles 5732-7; Cheema 5705-9; Downey 5867-72; A. Driedger 5849-53; H. Driedger 5737-42; L.E. Evans 5669-75; Gray 581 2-4, 5923; Kozak 57 1 0-4; Lamoureux 5634-7, 566 1 -4; McCrae 5848-9; Minenko 5742-7; Mitchelson 5854-7; Oleson 5857-6 1 , 5866-7; Patterson 57 1 9-23, 5923; Roch 57 1 4-9; Rose 5675-7, 569 1 -2, 5704-5; Yeo 5664-8; CfW 5923; R/S Man ness 5943; 3r 5946; R/ A 5958

Hansard Index

8

Arthritic Self-Help Association See Health care - Rheumatologist shortage

Arts Policy Review Committee Agenda

Charles 5534; Mitchelson 5534 Appointments

Charles 1 382-3; Mitchelson 1 383 Hearings

Participation criteria Charles 2075; Mitchelson 2075

Schedule Charles 2075; Mitchelson 2075, 2 1 56

I mpartiality Mitchelson 5534-5; Wasylycia-Leis 5534

Manitoba Arts Council Charles 5533; Mitchelson 5533

Mismanagement Charles 5533; Mitchelson 5533

Report author Mitchelson 5534; Wasylycia-Leis 5534

Rural representation Charles 5534; Mitchelson 5534

See also Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply) - Cultural Resources

ASHTON, Steve (NDP, Thompson) Business Practices Act

(Bill 64) 2r 4427

Civil Service (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Hammond) 4603-5 Response

4605-6 (Gray) 4605

Civil Service Commission Executive Office

Salaries 4607- 1 1 Constitution Amendment, 1 987

6054-8 Documents Tabled

Health Letter from V.Chernecki (MONA) respecting bed closures 307 5

I ndustry, Trade and Tourism Advertisement promoting good labour-management relations

5239 Labour Management Review Committee

Letter to Campbell from Connery dated March 2, 1 989 re: transportation provision

1 1 95 Manitoba Medical Association

Minister of Health's speaking notes 4599

Motion Picture Projectionists Union Letter from G.Mironuk to Hammond respecting licensing

45 1 5 Thompson General Hospital

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ASHTON, Steve (NDP, Thompson)---Cont. Memo respecting nursing staff shortage

4269 Ecological Reserves Amendment Act

(Bill 33) 2r 3904-6

Economic Development, Standing Committee 1 st Report

Helwer 1 5 7 1 Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 5 7 1 ; 1 573; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 193-6; 4203-7

Education and Training (Supply) Universities Grants Commission

Salaries 5034-5 Employment Standards Amendment Act

( Bil l 1 7) l r 9 1 ; 2r 1 739-40, 1 834-5

Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act (Bill 53)

2r 3485-6, 3555-9 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

(Bill 27) 2r 2882-8

Grievance, Matter of Rules of the House review

4982-5 Health (Supply)

Opening Remarks (Orchard) 1 79 1 -3, 1 803-6, 1 933

Response 1 798- 1 803, 1 928-33

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 1 9 3 5-7 Health Advisory Network

2084-90, 2093-2 1 00, 2 1 20-2, 2 1 24-32 Human Resource Management

Salaries 2348-52 Minister's Salary

3335-40, 3344-6 Research and Planning

Other Expenditures 2 1 62-4, 2 1 70-4, 2 1 76-8

Salaries 2326-8, 2344-5 Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba

3080-9 Community Health Services (Operations)

Northern Health 3794-8

Regional Services Salaries 2836-7, 2839-40

Community Health Services (Programs) Communicable Disease Control

Salaries 2391 -9, 2536-40 Continuing Care

Home Care Assistance 2746-53 Dental Health

Salaries 2784 Environmental Health

Salaries 2785

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ASHTON, Steve (NDP, Thompson)---Cont. Gerontology

Salaries 2702 Health Promotion

Salaries 2589-93 Hearing Conservation

Salaries 2699-2701 Maternal and Child Health

Salaries 2579-86 Manitoba Health Services Commission

3 168-76, 325 1 -60 Mental Health

Mental Health Administration Salaries 2845-6

Mental Health Clinical Salaries 301 0

Mental Health Promotions Salaries 300 1 -3

Mental Health Services Other Expenditures 3046-9

Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to Protect the Health (Bill 1 6)

2r 5335-7 Highway Traffic Amendment Act

(Bill 3) 2r 7 1 7-20

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2) (Bill 4)

2r 1 736 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (5)

(Bill 54) 3r 1 982-5

House Business Adjournment Motion 1 030, 4068-9, 5956 Estimates order change 2536

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

2r 920-7; c;w 1 028-9 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bill 90) 2r 3962-8; c;w 4038, 4044-5, 4047-50, 4055

International Sale of Goods Act (Bill 7 )

2r 3895 Labour (Supply)

Opening Remarks (Hammond) 4343-5

Response 4348-50 (Edwards) 4345-8

Administration and Finance Minister's Salary 4752-3 Research and Planning

Salaries 4352-4 Labour

Apprenticeship and Training Salaries 4569-7 1

Employment Standards Salaries 4564-7

Fire Prevention Salaries 4362

Grants 4575-6

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ASHTON, Steve (NDP, Thompson)-Conr. Manitoba Labour Board

Salaries 4568 Mechanical and Engineering

Salaries 4356-9 Pension Commission

Salaries 4574 Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 1 ) 2 r 4402-8

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 1 1 85-8 Law Society Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 7 1 ) 2 r 3952-4

Legislative Assembly Management Commission Amendment Act (Bill 1 2)

2r 3948-50 Loan Act, 1 989

( Bill 34) 2r 2482-8

Manitoba Data Services Disposition and Consequential Amendments Act ( Bill 98)

2r 5597-603 Manitoba Energy Foundation Repeal Act

(Bill 92) 2r 5573-4

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act ( Bill 1 3)

2r 959 Ministerial Statements

Apprenticeship in Manitoba 45th Anniversary

Response 1 444 Manitoba HydroBonds

Response 447-8 Municipal Assessment and Consequential

Amendments Act (Bill 79) 2r 3836-8; 3r 428 1

Non-Political Statements Canadian Flag

25th Anniversary 5309- 1 0 Consumer Week 1 922 Festival du Voyageur 5 1 60 Mcilwain, Kelsey

International Computer Problem-Solving Contest winner 3857

Oral Questions Bill No. 3 1

Withdrawal 5238-9 Budget

Gallery admittance 33 1 Invitation list 330- 1 Job creation 450

Cardiac care Waiting period 3875-6

Dauphin General Hospital Quick-response team 55 19

Deer Lodge Hospital Extended care beds 3 1 27-8

Family Services, Department of Underspending 5345

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10

ASHTON, Steve (NDP, Thompson)-Conr. Final Offer Selection

Information release 1 746-7 Fiscal Stabilization Fund

Job creation 450 Hazardous materials storage

Emergency regulations 4 1 38 Health care

Community-based clinics 1 783 Extended care bed report 4733 MONA report 38 1 7-8 Northern staff shortages 8 1 8 Quick response team 4599 Surgery waiting list 434 1 -2 Two-tiered system 4733 Underspending 5344

Health care facilities Bed closure policy 3075-6 Extended care beds 3 1 63

Health care profession Binding arbitration 3492 Negotiations 4732 Pay equity 3333, 38 1 8

Health, Minister of Apology requested 3492 Campaign promises 4087 Speech tabling request 3493

Health Sciences Centre Emergency department

Shutdowns 3 1 64 Upgrading 3 1 63

Klinic Community Health Centre Funding, Capital 1 783

Labour Management Review Committee Transportation provision 1 1 94-5

Manitoba Medical Association Health Minister's speech 4599 Negotiations 4088, 4904

Northern Development Agreement Negotiations 2 1 58

Northern education Government support 1 867

Northern health care Quick-response team 5520

Northern Tax Allowance Extensions 4026 First Ministers' Conference 3244 Prime Minister discussions 3245 Removal impact 3245 Thompson exclusion 1 1 25-6

Plant closures Layoff protection 307-8 Legislation implementation 3656

Thompson Crisis Centre Closure 2822 Minister's intervention 2822 Service reduction 2822

Thompson General Hospital Anesthetist shortage 8 1 8-9 Funding 4269 Funding, maintenance 8 1 9 Immigrant physician licensing 2078 Pay equity 4269

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ASHTON, Steve (NDP, Thompson)--Cont. Quick-response team 55 1 9 Staff recruitment 2078, 4269

Thompson, Manitoba Clinic setup 2078

Solvit Resources Inc. Fire Commissioner's report 4 1 37 Public inquiry 4 1 38

Unemployed Help Centres Funding 308

Unemployment I nsurance Commission Benefit reforms 308

Unemployment rate Manitoba statistics 3655-6

Villa Royale Project Minister's meeting 4970- 1 Welcome Home Program 497 1

Workers Compensation Board King Task Force recommendations 450- 1

Workplace Safety and Health Inspector reinstatement 45 1 4-5 Projectionist regulations 45 1 5

Ozone Depleting Substances Act (Bill 83)

2r 4422-4 Petitions

Workers Compensation Request for legislative changes I 006; ruled in order I 079

Points of Order P /0 by Angus respecting imputation

of motives (Ashton) 3828; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 3828; ruled out of order 5889

P /0 by Ashton requesting tabling of documents (Orchard) 1 53; McCrae 1 53; Orchard 1 53; ruled out of order 1 54

P /0 by Ashton requesting clarification Committee of Supply adjournment 1 1 70; clarification 1 1 70

P /0 by Ashton respecting Minister's statement during consideration of Estimates 1 224; Downey 1 1 67; Manness 1 1 67-8; taken under advisement

(Gilleshammer) 1 1 68; ruled out of order (Gilleshammer) 1 224

P jO by Ashton respecting Ministers answering question not specifically taken as notice 1 299; taken under advisement 1 299; ruled in order 1 575

P /0 by Ashton respecting unparliamentary language (Orchard) 1 784; Members cautioned 1 784

P /0 by Ashton respecting words "the Member of Hypocrisy" (Taylor) referencing Wasylycia-Leis 1 842; Taylor 1 842; taken under advisement 1 842;

Hansard Index

1 1

ASHTON, Steve (NDP, Thompson)--Cont. ruled out of order 2 1 58

P jO by Ashton respecting political nature of non-political statements 1 920; Cowan 1 920; McCrae 1 920; taken under advisement 1 920- 1 ; Members cautioned 2 1 58-9

P jO by Ashton respecting use of points of order 2659; Members cautioned (Chornopyski) 2659

P /0 by Ashton respecting reference to absence of Member (Filmon) 3 1 28; ruled in order 3 1 28; withdrawn (Filmon) 3 1 28

P /0 by Ashton respecting reference to absence of Member (Connery) 3 1 39-40; Cowan 3 1 40; taken under advisement ( Kozak) 3 1 40; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

P /0 by Ashton respecting alleged reflection upon the Chair (Connery) 3 1 40; McCrae 3 1 4 1 ; previously taken under advisement

(Kozak) 3 1 4 1 P j O by Ashton respecting words

"deliberately putting false information on the record" (Filmon) referencing Taylor 3586; taken under advisement 3586; ruled in order 5922; withdrawal requested 5922; withdrawn ( Filmon) 5922

P /0 by Ashton respecting leave denied to have Bill 3 1 remain standing (Harper) 5097; McCrae 5097; ruled out of order 5097-8; challenged (Ashton) 5098; sustained 5098

P /0 by Ashton respecting relevancy of debate (Connery) 5264; McCrae 5264; Members cautioned (Chornopyski) 5264

P /0 by Cheema respecting comments by Connery, apology requested 1 385; Ashton 1 385; taken under advisement 1 385; withdrawn (Connery) 1 422

PjO by Downey respecting relevancy of debate (Ashton) 2503; Members cautioned 2503

P/0 by Harper respecting resolutions appearing on Order Paper 5967-9; Ashton 5969; McCrae 5969-70; ruled in order 5970

P/0 by Lamoureux respecting relevancy of debate (Ashton) 5640; ruled in order 5640; Member cautioned 5640

P /0 by McCrae respecting words "The people of Flin Flon want the whole truth" (Storie) 730; Ashton 730; withdrawal requested 730; Storie 730; unequivocal withdrawal requested 730;

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ASHIDN, Steve (NDP, Thompson)---Cont. withdrawn (Storie) 730

P /0 by McCrae respecting words "We have all noted with interest that there have been changes to the Public Utilities Board, I presume so it is easier for ICG to get their rate applications through" (Storie) 870; withdrawal requested (McCrae) 870; Ashton 870; Filmon 870; taken under advisement 870; ruled in order 979; withdrawal requested 979; withdrawn (Storie) 979

P JO by McCrae respecting brevity of supplementary question I 086; Ashton 1 086; ruled in order I 086

P JO by McCrae respecting discussion of House Business (Roch) 4024; Alcock 4024; Ashton 4024; ruled in order 4024

P /0 by McCrae respecting relevancy of debate (Cowan) 5 1 65-6; Ashton 5 1 66; ruled in order (Chornopyski) 5 1 66

P JO by Plohman respecting reference to inattentiveness of NDP opposition critic (Connery) 22 1 5; Ashton 22 1 5; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 22 1 5; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

P JO by Rocan respecting word "guts" (Ashton) 45 1 ; withdrawal requested 45 1 ; withdrawn (Ashton) 45 1

P JO by Rocan respecting exhibit (peanuts) 1 294; ruled out of order 1 294; Subsequent P/0 by Ashton respecting past practice in regard to exhibits 1 294; McCrae 1 294; Speaker's ruling 1 294

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 2675-7

Resolutions CFB shutdowns 4775-8 Health Ombudsman 4 1 1 4-6 Northern Tax Allowance 2336-8 Northern University, establishment of

2570-3 Obstetrical centres, establishment of

5393-5 Pharmacard system, implementation 1 26 1 -3 Senate reform 3 1 59-60 Small business, support of 5638-4 1

Privilege, Matter of Air Ambulance Service

Access policy Alcock 864; Ashton 863-4; McCrae 864; (Orchard) 863;

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1 2

ASHTON, Steve (NDP, Thompson)---Cont. Storie 864; taken under advisement 864; ruled out of order 979

Economic Development, Standing Committee Events occurring on May I, 1 989 referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections (Angus) 1 8-9; Ashton 1 9-20; McCrae 20-2; taken under advisement 22; ruled out of order 3 1 1 -2

Harapiak, Harry False information respecting Minister of Labour Ashton 4594-5; Carstairs 4595; (Hammond) 4594; McCrae 4595; taken under advisement 4595; ruled out of order 5920

Labour, Minister of Misleading information respecting gas inspections Alcock 4509; Ashton 4509; (Harapiak) 4508; McCrae 4508-9; taken under advisement 4509; ruled out of order 5920- 1

Ombudsman, Office of Impartiality questioned Alcock 8 1 2-3; Ashton 8 1 3; (Connery) 8 1 2; McCrae 8 1 3 ; taken under advisement 8 1 3; ruled out of order 978-9

Public Gallery attendance Rules of the House Alcock 596 1 ; Ashton 596 1 ; Harper 596 1 ; McCrae 596 1 ; taken under advisement 596 1 -2; Speaker's ruling 5973

Residential Tenancies Act (Bill 42)

2r 4079 Roman Catholic Archiepiscopal Corporation

of Winnipeg and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Winnipeg, An Act to amend an Act respecting the (Bill 96)

2r 55 1 1 Rural Development (Supply)

Municipal Assessments Other Expenditures 1 807- 1 1

Social Allowances Amendment Act (Bill 67)

2r 3825-30 Statute Law Amendment Act

( Bill 1 02) c;w 5923-4

Statute Re-enactment and By-law Validation (Winnipeg) Act ( Bill 38)

2r 3950 Throne Speech Debate

2 1 0-7 Unfair Business Practices Act

(Bill 2 1 ) 2r 2502-4

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ASHTON, Steve (NDP, Thompson)---Cont. Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba 24

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 870, 1 886-8 Effects on Manitobans I I 1 6-7

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba

786-7, 1 04 1 , 1 053-5 Housing conditions in Manitoba 5830 Native education

Post-secondary funding 3 2 1 -2 VIA Rail cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 432 1 -2 Waste Reduction and Prevention and

Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 84) 2r 3883-9

Wildlife Amendment Act (Bill 35)

2r 5405-7 Workers Compensation Amendment Act

(Bill 46) 2r 1 585-9 1

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (2) (Bill 56)

2r 5505-8, 5582-5 Workers Compensation Amendment Act (3)

( Bill 97) 2r 5274

Assinihoine Community College Discrimination

Derkach 2968, 3 1 28; Wasylycia-Leis 2968

Autopac See Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

B-A Construction Closure

L.S. Evans 3222; Manness 3222-3

Bank of Canada rate Impact

Manitoba Alcock 3848; L.S. Evans 5 1 8 1 ; Manness 3848-9, 5 1 8 1

Small business Manness 5754; Minenko 5754

Bankruptcy rate Job loss statistics

Alcock 4647, 4707; Cummings 4647; Manness 4707-8

Beaconia Beach Preservation

Taylor 257

Bedson, Derek Death of, former Clerk of Executive Council

Carr 9; Doer 1 0; Filmon 9

Benham, Donald Carstairs 1 0 1 4; Doer 1 0 1 4; McCrae 1 0 1 4

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Beverage Container Act (Bill 10)

I r Roch 1 49; 2r Angus 2960; Doer 2962-3, 3208-9; A. Driedger 3 1 1 9-20; H. Driedger 2637-8; Gaudry 4383-4; Gray 220 1 -3; Lamoureux 4639-41 ; Mandrake 4638-9; Manness 3374-5; McCrae 2960-2; Orchard 5 1 44-6; Patterson 2959-60; Roch 1 652-3;

Biathlon, Falcon Lake H. Driedger 5846-7; Rose 5827

Bill C-21 Manitoba position

Alcock 729; Filmon 729

Bill C-22 Challenge

Manitoba Society of Seniors Carr 274, 866, 886-7; Downey 274, 887; McCrae 866, 886

Constitutionality Carr 866; McCrae 866

Impact Pharmaceutical prices

Cowan 1 256; Carr 1 258 Seniors

Carr 274; Connery 274 Provincial jurisdiction

Carr 886; McCrae 887 See also Petitions

Bill No. 16 Education Minister's support

McCrae 5648; Storie 5648

Bill No. 31 Withdrawal

Ashton 5238-9; Filmon 5239; Hammond 5239

Bill No. 37

Minister's support Penner 1 84 1 ; Roch 1 840- 1

Bill No. 42 Alternative

Cowan 5782; Ducharme 5782-3 Consultations

Cowan 5752-3; Ducharme 5752-3; Filmon 5689, 5753; Lamoureux 5689

Government support Filmon 5688-9; Lamoureux 5688-90

Hotel inclusion Ducharme 1 660; Hemphill 1 660

Lobby groups Cowan 4734, 54 1 7; Doer 582 1 -2; Ducharme 4734, 54 1 7; Filmon 582 1 -2

Minister's position Carstairs 5749; Cowan 5783; Ducharme 5749-50, 5783

Passage Ducharme 5752; Lamoureux 5752

Residential Tenancies Commission

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Bill No. 42-Cont. Cowan 5783; Ducharme 5783

Standing committee referral Cowan 4734, 541 6-7, 570 1 -2; Doer 5750- 1 ; Ducharme 54 1 7, 5 5 1 8, 5702, 5750; Filmon 570 1 , 5750- 1 ; McCrae 4734; Wasylycia-Leis 55 1 7-8

Winnipeg Real Estate Board Doer 582 1 ; Filmon 5821

Withdrawal Ducharme 5752; Lamoureux 5752

Bill No. 79

Aboriginal exemptions Harper 5978-9; McCrae 5979

Tax collection statistics Penner 25 1 3; Roch 25 1 3

Bills (See titles of particular Bills)

No. I - Administration of Oaths of Office, An Act respecting the

No. 2 - Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act

No. 3 - Highway Traffic Amendment Act No. 4 - Highway Traffic Amendment Act

(2) No. 5 - Highway Traffic Amendment Act

(3) No. 6 - Law Reform Commission Act No. 7 - International Sale of Goods Act No. 8 - Endangered Species Act No. 9 · Forest Amendment Act No. I 0 - Beverage Container Act No. I I - Electoral Divisions Amendment

Act No. 1 2 - Legislative Assembly

Management Commission Amendment Act No. 1 3 - Manitoba Intercultural Council

Amendment Act No. 1 4 - Liquor Control Amendment Act No. 1 5 - Motor Vehicle Standards Act No. 1 6 - Health of Non-Smokers,

An Act to Protect the No. 1 7 - Employment Standards Amendment

Act No. 1 8 - Ozone Layer Protection Act No. 1 9 - Ground Water and Water Well

Amendment Act No. 20 - Municipal Assessment Amendment

Act No. 2 1 - Unfair Business Practices Act No. 22 - Consumer Protection Amendment

Act No. 23 - Consumer Protection Amendment

Act (2) No. 24 - Business Names Registration

Amendment Act No. 25 - Corporations Amendment Act No. 26 - Real Property Amendment Act No. 27 - Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act No. 28 - Public Inquiry into the

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Bills-Cont. Administration of Justice and Aboriginal People, An Act to establish and validate the

No. 29 - Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 No. 30 - Child and Family Services

Amendment Act No. 3 1 - Labour Relations Amendment Act No. 32 - City of Winnipeg Amendment Act No. 33 - Ecological Reserves Amendment

Act No. 34 - Loan Act, 1 989 No. 35 - Wildlife Amendment Act No. 36 - Real Estate Brokers Amendment

Act No. 37 - Municipal Assessment Amendment

Act No. 38 - Statute Re-enactment and

By-law Validation (Winnipeg) Act No. 39 - Human Tissue Amendment Act No. 40 - Land Surveyors Amendment Act No. 41 - Highway Traffic Amendment

Act (4) No. 42 - Residential Tenancies Act No. 44 - Travel I ndustry Act No. 45 - Confidentiality of Personal

and Corporate Records Compiled and Stored by Government Departments and Agencies, An Act to Protect

No. 46 - Workers Compensation Amendment Act

No. 47 - Dependants Relief Act No. 48 - Intestate Succession and

Consequential Amendments Act No. 49 - Dower Amendment Act No. 50 - Wills Amendment Act No. 5 1 - Marital Property Amendment Act No. 52 - Family Maintenance Amendment

Act No. 53 - Energy Rate Stabilization

Amendment Act No. 54 - Highway Traffic Amendment

Act (5) No. 55 - Crown Corporations Public

Review and Accountability Amendment Act

No. 56 - Workers Compensation Amendment Act (2)

No. 57 - Pension Benefits Amendment Act No. 58 - Pension Benefits Amendment

Act (2) No. 59 - Public Schools Amendment Act No. 60 - Education Administration

Amendment Act No. 6 1 - City of Winnipeg Amendment

Act (2) No. 62 - City of Winnipeg Amendment

Act (3) No. 63 - Consumer Protection Amendment

Act No. 64 - Business Practices Act No. 65 - Fatality Inquiries Act

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Bills-Cont. No. 66 - Summary Convictions Amendment

Act No. 67 - Social Allowances Amendment Act No. 68 - Court of Appeal Amendment Act No. 69 - Law Society Amendment Act No. 70 - Provincial Court Amendment Act No. 7 1 - Law Society Amendment Act (2) No. 72 - Securities Amendment Act No. 73 - Highway Traffic Amendment

Act (6) No. 74 - Highway Traffic Amendment

Act (7) No. 75 - Insurance Amendment Act No. 76 - Real Estate Brokers Amendment

Act (2) No. 77 - Cemeteries Amendment Act No. 78 - Prearranged Funeral Services

Amendment Act No. 79 - Municipal Assessment and

Consequential Amendments Act No. 80 - Civil Service Superannuation

Amendment Act No. 8 1 - Environment Amendment Act No. 82 - Dangerous Goods Handling and

Transportation Amendment Act No. 83 - Ozone Depleting Substances Act No. 84 - Waste Reduction and Prevention

and Consequential Amendments Act No. 85 - Elections Amendment Act No. 86 - Statute Law Amendment

(Taxation) Act, 1 989 No. 87 - Employment Standards Amendment

Act (2) No. 88 - Physically Disabled Persons

Parking Act No. 89 - United Health Services

Commission, An Act to amend an Act to Incorporate

No. 90 - Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

No. 91 - Public Health Amendment Act No. 92 - Manitoba Energy Foundation

Repeal Act No. 93 - Franchises Act

No. 94 - Consumer Protection Amendment Act (4)

No. 95 - Certified General Accountants Act

No. 96 - Roman Catholic Archiepiscopal Corporation of Winnipeg and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Winnipeg, An Act to amend an Act respecting the

No. 97 - Workers Compensation Amendment Act (3)

No. 98 - Manitoba Data Services Disposition and Consequential Amendments Act

No. 99 - Appropriation Act, 1 989 No. 1 00 - Supplementary Appropriation

Act, 1 989 No. 1 0 1 - Statute Re-enactment and

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Bills-Cont. By-Law Validation ( Municipal) Act

No. 1 02 - Statute Law Amendment Act, 1 990

No. 1 03 - Statute Law Amendment ( Re-enacted Statutes) Act, 1 990

No. 1 04 - Professional Home Economists Act

No. 1 05 - Legislative Assembly Amendment Act

No. 1 06 - Victoria Beach By-law Validation Act, Rural Municipality of

Biomedical waste

Disposal Cummings 5538; Lamoureux 5538

Safety standards Cummings 5538; Lamoureux 5538

Block Parents Program

Funding Kozak 2766-7; Mitchelson 2767

Boards, Commissions and Agencies

Appointments See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Boating Safety - Winnipeg Rivers

Speed limits Ducharme 8 1 9; Taylor 8 1 9

See also Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Boeing Canada Technology Limited

Expansion - Japan Ernst 4056; Minenko 4056

Bond, Dr. S.L. Untendered contract

Carstairs 933; Ernst 933

Borger, Alan

PC Party donation Lamoureux 1 32

Brandon Avenue Snow dump site

Alcock 266

Brandon, City of

Air control tower L.S. Evans 5687-8; McCrae 5688

Cabinet Office Provincial crisis line

Charles 1 744-5; Penner 1 744-5 Services - rural community

Penner 1 744; Roch 1 744 Redevelopment funding

L.S. Evans 5537; Penner 5537 See also Private Members' Business

- Resolutions

Brandon Community Options Program Funding formula

Gray 3 1 28-9; Oleson 3 1 28-9

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Brandon General Hospital Anesthetist shortage

Cheema 3727; Orchard 3727; Funding

LS. Evans 1 350- 1 Hemodialysis patients

LS. Evans 1 664; Orchard 1 664 Nursing reclassification

LS. Evans 1 665; Orchard 1 665 Peer Review Committee

LS. Evans 1 385, 4039-44; Orchard 1 385, 4039-44

Pharmaceutical consulting service L.S. Evans 1 664; Orchard 1 664-5

Brandon Mental Health Centre Staffing levels

Cheema 2297; Orchard 2297

Bratun, Rostyslav Enns 5446; M inenko 5446; Uruski 5446

Breast cancer screening See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Brick Warehouse Business name registration

Connery 30 1 8-9; Maloway 2660, 3020- 1 Charges

Connery 1 526; Maloway 1 526 Consumer bulletin

Connery 1 527; Maloway 1 527 Fines levied

Maloway 1 527; McCrae 1 527

Buchan, Bob See LynnGold Resources I nc.

Budget CRISP allocations

Oleson 383; Rose 383 Deficit reduction

Alcock 346; Manness 346 Economic development

Doer 305; L.S. Evans 347-8; Filmon 305-6; Manness 348

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Alcock 380, 525; Doer 345; L.S. Evans 347; Manness 345, 347, 380, 525

Accountability Alcock 525; Manness 525

Auditor's opinion Alcock 380; Manness 380- 1

Gallery admittance Ashton 33 1 ; Filmon 33 1

Gasoline tax increase Angus 38 1 ; Manness 38 1

Health care Alcock 344; Cheema 565; Doer 378-80; Filmon 379-80; Manness 344, 379, 565

l nfil l housing commitment Ducharme 306; Lamoureux 306

I nvitation list Ashton 330- 1 ; Filmon 330- 1

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Budget-Coni. Job creation

Ashton 450; Carstairs 448-9; Doer 345; Filmon 448-9; Manness 345, 450

Manufacturing equipment tax Doer 328; Filmon 328

Multiyear forecast Alcock 346; Manness 346

Payroll tax reduction L.S. Evans 347; Manness 347

Rural development Filmon 381 -2; Uruski 38 1

Secrecy Doer 328; Filmon 328

Support Carstairs 378; Manness 378

Surplus Alcock 343-4; Manness 344

Tax reduction Alcock 343; Carstairs 377-8; Manness 343, 377-8

Budget Address Manness 334-41

Budget Debate Alcock 584-9; Angus 428-33; Carr 568-73; Carstairs 350-8; Charles 295-8; Cheema 5 1 5-9; Cowan 489-94; Cummings 573-6; Doer 385-9 1 ; Downey 5 1 9-2 1 , 530-4; A. Driedger 548-5 1 ; H. Driedger 484-9; Enns 404-8; Ernst 423-8; L.E. Evans 465-7, 476-80; L.S. Evans 576-82; Filmon 55 1 -9; Gaudry 443-6; Gray 534-9; Hammond 480-4; Harapiak 433-8; Kozak 368-7 1 ; Lamoureux 582-4; Maloway 539-44; Mandrake 544-8; Manness 589-93; McCrae 494-500; Minenko 500-5; Neufeld 39 1 -5; Oleson 438-43; Orchard 358-63; Pankratz 506- 1 0; Penner 457-60; Plohman 5 1 0-5; Praznik 37 1 -6; Roch 408- 1 3 ; Storie 398-404; Uruski 363-8; Wasylycia-Leis 460-5

Budget - Federal Farm income assistance

Findlay 54 1 3; Uruski 54 1 3 I mpact

Child care Gray 5 5 1 7; Hemphill 36-7; Oleson 37, 55 1 7

Education Carstairs 5478; L.S. Evans 5445; Filmon 5478-9; Manness 5445

Environmental programs Cummings 5578; Taylor 5578

Health care Carstairs 5439, 5440- 1 ; Cheema 5445; Doer 541 8-9, 544 1 ; Filmon 541 8-9, 5440- 1 , 544 1 , 5445;

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Budget - Federal-Cont. Manness 5439

Labour force Doer 5442; L.S. Evans 5444; Filmon 5442; Manness 5444

Manitoba Carstairs 1 29; Filmon 1 29-30

Northern/Native people Downey 5482-3, 55 1 7, 5538; Gray 5 5 1 7; Harper 5482, 5538

Out-migration Carstairs 5479; Filmon 5479

Seniors' programs Downey 5 5 1 7; Gray 5 5 1 7

Native Communication Network Doer 5479; Filmon 5479-80

Port of Churchill A. Driedger 5364-5; Plohman 5364

Premier's correspondence Carstairs 1 2; Filmon 1 2

Transfer payments Doer 5359-60; Filmon 5359-60

Western Diversification Fund Carr 1 55; Filmon 1 55

See also Urgent Public Importance, Matters of

Burns Foods I OOth anniversary

Filmon 553 Government discussions

Edwards 548 1 ; Filmon 548 1

BURRELL, Parker (PC, Swan Rifer) Industrial Relations, Standing Committee on

3rd Report 5926-30 Law Amendments, Standing Committee on

2nd Report 3980 3rd Report 4059

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Aboriginal Treaty Rights 29 1 1 Throne Speech Debate

4 1 -2

Business Names Registration Amendment Act (Bill 24)

I r Maloway 342; 2r H. Driedger 3541 -2, 4387; Maloway 1 959-6 1 ; Minenko 3540- 1 ; Patterson 508 I

See also Petitions

Business Practices Act (Bill 64)

I r Connery 1 967; 2r Ashton 4427; Connery 3 1 39-45; Maloway 3 1 46-5 1 ; Minenko 390 1 -4; Patterson 44 1 1 -2

Business, small See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Business Start Program Funding

Ernst 42 1 ; Minenko 421 Start-up

1 7

Business Start Program-Cont. Ernst 5754; M inenko 5754

CCOSH See Canadian Centre for Occupation Safety and

Health

CFB Portage Ia Prairie Alternative use

Carstairs 1 3 ; Filmon 1 3 Closure

Carstairs 1 3, 28, 97 1 ; Connery 26-7, 1 98-9; Doer 2732; L.E. Evans 78; Filmon 1 3, 97 1 , 2732

Compensation Alcock 3980- 1 ; Carstairs 1 007, 439 1 -2, 4682, 5275; Cummings I 007, 4682; Filmon 398 1 , 4391 -2, 5275

Federal/Provincial meetings Carstairs 1 007; Cummings 1 007

Government position Carstairs 4683; Manness 4683

Government strategy Carstairs 4682; Cummings 4682-3

Premier's meeting agenda Carstairs 439 1 ; Filmon 4392

Western Premiers' Conference Carstairs 970; Cummings 970- 1

See also Private Members' Business - Resolutions; Urgent Public Importance, Matters of - ( Budget - Federal)

CFB Summerside Aeronautical centre

Carstairs 4392; Filmon 4392

CN Rail layoffs Mandrake 6 1 7-8; Plohman 620, 948-9

Aversion Driedger 4228; Plohman 4228;

Equipment maintenance A. Driedger 1 343; Plohman 1 343

Labour adjustment strategy Carstairs 54; A. Driedger 1 452; Filmon 54-5; Hammond 1 452; Plohman 1 452

Minister's intervention Carstairs 53-4; A. Driedger 53-4

Rail line abandonment Carstairs 1 970- 1 ; A. Driedger 1 9 7 1 -2; Filmon 1 970- I

Relocation Carstairs 53; A. Driedger 1 6 1 1 ; Penner 53; Plohman 1 6 1 1

Rural impact Cowan 332; A. Driedger 58, 332; Filmon 59; Penner 58; Plohman 58-9

Safety record Carstairs 53; Cowan 332; A. Driedger 54, 332

CPIC See Crop Protection Institute of Canada

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CSIS

See Canadian Security and I ntelligence Service

Cadham Protincial Laboratory I nfectious material storage

Doer 3982; Orchard 3982, 3985;

Campbell, Melissa Miller See Social assistance - Citizenship

Canada Assistance Plan Compliance

Oleson 2733, 3 1 26; Rose 2733, 3 1 26

Canada Day Derkach 5540

Canada-Manitoba Enabling Vote (Supply) 5059

Canada-Manitoba Tourism Agreement Deadline extension

Carr 48 1 9, 4860, 4897-8; Ernst 48 1 9, 4860, 4897-8

Forks Renewal Corporation Carr 5884; Filmon 5884

Canada Pension Plan

Claw backs Doer 1 2 1 2; Filmon 1 2 1 2-3

Reforms Cowan 937-8; Downey 938

Canada Post Northern subsidy reduction

Carstairs 3 1 23-4; Downey 3 1 24; Filmon 3 1 24

Canada-U.S.S.R. trade Manitoba representation

Ernst 2878-9; Minenko 2878 Port of Churchill usage

Doer 2988; Filmon 2988, 4822; Harapiak 4822

Canadian Airlines International Manitoba service

Carstairs 2 1 5 1 -2; A. Driedger 2 1 5 1 -2 Maintenance hangar

A. Driedger 6 1 6

Canadian Centre for Occupational Safety and Health Free information

Hammond 490 1 ; Harapiak 4901 Funding

Hammond 490 1 ; Harapiak 4901 Grant

Edwards 4576, 4689; Hammond 4576, 4689-90

Privatization Hammond 490 1 ; Harapiak 4901

Canadian Diseases Weekly See A I DS Reporting - Confidentiality breach

Canadian energy supplies See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

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Canadian flag

Ashton 5309- 1 0; Carr 5309; Enns 5 3 1 0

Canadian Security and Intelligence Senice Confidentiality information

Edwards 2055; McCrae 2055 Records security

Carstairs 92; McCrae 92 Renegotiation

Carstairs 92; McCrae 92 Suspension

Edwards 2055; McCrae 2055 See also Private Members' Business

- Resolutions

Canadian Wbeat Board See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Canadian Wildlife Federation Rafferty- Alameda Dam Project

Charles 2279; Cummings 1 579; Enns 2279; Taylor 1 578-9

Canola oil industry Seed crushing plants

L.E. Evans 45 1 4; Findlay 45 1 4 Tariff reduction

L.E. Evans 45 1 4; Findlay 45 1 4 U.S. production

L.E. Evans 45 1 4; Findlay 45 1 4

Carbon monoxide poisoning Chimney inspection policy

Edwards 4085-6; Hammond 4085-6 Detection

Edwards 45 1 0; Hammond 45 1 0 I nspector reinstatement

Hammond 4085; Harapiak 4085 Out-of-province treatment

Cheema 4268; Orchard 4268;

Cardiac care Waiting period

Ashton 3875-6 Cheema 1 53, 602; Doer 1 5 1 -2; Orchard 1 5 1 -2, 1 53, 602, 3876

CareerStart '90 Statistics

L.S. Evans 524 1 ; Oleson 5241

Cargill Foods Limited Interprovincial trade

L.E. Evans 2238; Findlay 2238

CARR, James (LIB, Fort Rouge) Budget Debate

568-73 City of Winnipeg Amendment Act

(Bill 32) 2r 1 756-9; 3r 25 1 9-21

City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (2) (Bi l l 6 1 )

2r 44 1 2-5 City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (3)

(Bil l 62) 2r 3438-9, 3860- 1

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CARR, James (LIB, Fort Rouge)---Cont. Constitution Amendment, 1 987

6058-6 1 Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply)

Communication and Information Resources Provincial Archives

Salaries 277 1 Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Programs)

Cultural Resources Salaries 2722

Grants to Cultural Organizations 27 1 8-20

Documents Tabled Village at Portage Place

Affidavit of Gary John Julius 5046

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 79 1 Environment (Supply)

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 36 1 5-7 Health (Supply)

Administration and Finance Health Advisory Network 2028 M inister's Salary 3343-4

Community Health Services ( Programs) Gerontology

Salaries 2707-8 Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act

(Bill 2) 2r 858-60

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act ( Bill 1 3)

2r 1 830-2 Ministerial Statements

Bedson, Derek Death of former Clerk of Executive Council of Manitoba

Response 9 Municipal Assessment and Consequential

Amendments Act ( Bill 79) 2r 383 1 -3

Non-Political Statements Canadian Flag

25th Anniversary 5309 Manitoba Government Employees' Assoc.

All Charities Campaign 1 1 64 Rosh Hashana 1 43 1 Royal Winnipeg Ballet

50th Anniversary 1 582 Seniors' Day 872-3 Seniors' Month 279 McBryde, Ron

Death of former MLA (The Pas) 82 1 United Nations Declaration of Human

Rights, 4 1 st Anniversary 3659 Oral Questions

Bill C-22 Challenge

Manitoba Society of Seniors

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CARR, James (LIB, Fort Rouge)---Cont. 274, 866, 886-7

Constitutionality 866 Impact seniors 27 4 Provincial jurisdiction 886

Budget - Federal Western Diversification Fund 1 55

Canada-Manitoba Tourism Agreement Deadline extension 48 1 9, 4860, 4897-8 Forks Renewal Corporation

Funding 5884 Canadian Constitution

Notwithstanding clause 1 527 Centre for Aging

Status report 1 54 Child care workers

Salaries I 083 Core Area Initiative

Public hearings 8 1 7 Renewal 8 1 6-7

Crime prevention programs Seniors 2437

Crown corporations Accountability 47 1 0 Executive salary review 4 1 9

Crystal Casino Lease agreement 29 1 4 Start -up costs 291 4 Upgrade costs 29 1 5

Decentralization Announcement 3 1 63 Tabling request 3 1 6 1 -2 Transfer notice 3 1 6 1 -2

Elderly abuse Discussion paper

Cost 473 Delay 865 Release 1 6, 472

Documentation project 2688 Hearings

Participants 2688 Private meetings 2688

Initiatives 472 Legislation 536 1 -2

Family Services, Department of Spending decisions 1 1 9 1

Federal/Provincial relations Political climate 29 1 3

Forks Renewal Corporation Accountability 4395, 47 1 0- 1 , 5885 Boat basin

Construction 5575-6, 5650- 1 Contract 5783-4 Delay costs 5784, 5786 Funding 5650, 5702, 5786

Development moratorium 38 1 9, 3852, 4082, 5684, 5884

Documentation 1 525 Government priorities 38 1 8-9 Historical artifacts protection 5684 Hotel conversion 408 1 -2, 4395

Parking 5 1 1 8 Leasing arrangements 1 524-5

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CARR, James (LIB, Fort Rouge}---Cont. Planning 4 1 8-9 Recreation centre 3852 Standing committee referral 5 1 1 8 Visitor Centre

Funding 48 1 8 , 4860, 4898 Status 5575

Free Trade Agreement Labour adjustment strategy 1 1 96

Gold mine - Shoal Lake Environmental impact study 562 Water protection plan 562

Laboratory Centre for Disease Control Construction delay 5 5 1 4 Funding 1 660 Government support 333 1 Lobby efforts 26 1 2, 3332 Provincial involvement 2052-3 Site selection 1 2 1 1 -2, 1 9 1 5-6, 1 660- 1 ,

1 973-4, 2052, 26 1 2 Labour adjustment strategy

Federal consultations 1 1 96 Literacy programs

Seniors 1 0 1 2-3 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Russell, Grant - appointment 56 1 -2 Meech Lake Accord

Parallel agreement 55 1 3-4 Premier's position 3332-3, 3656-7 Quebec consultations 55 1 4 Senate reform committee 3657, 5 5 1 3

Mentally handicapped Service reduction 1 1 9 1

Minority language rights - Quebec Premier's position 5683 Throne speech 560

Municipal Conflict of Interest Act Amendments 1 295-6 Public perception 1 2 1 1 , 1 296

Municipal Works Yard Provincial capital funding 3332

North Portage Development Corporation Accountability 4395, 47 1 0- 1 , 4861 Board of Directors 4288, 4488 Cost to Manitoba 4229 Crown corporations, accountability 4339 Documentation request 4 1 90, 4229, 4288 Legal intervention 4 1 90 Parking garage contract 4287 Place Promenade

Construction costs 4267, 4688-9 Developer's costs 4267 Documentation request 5047 Financial discrepancies 5089 Monthly shortfall 497 1 -2, 5046 Non-profit management 4689 Profit forecast 4972 Property appraisal 497 1 , 5046

Tabling request 5046 Takeover 497 1 Vacancy rate

4 1 90, 5047, 5089-90, 5 1 1 9 Provincial auditor 4897, 495 1 , 5090

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CARR, James (LIB, Fort Rouge}---Cont. Public Accounts, Standing Committee on

47 1 0- 1 , 4897, 495 1 -2 Southside Portage Avenue 5484 Village at Portage Place

Cost to Manitoba 4 1 37 Financial instability 4487 Government intervention 4 1 37 Leasing arrangements 4488 Monthly shortfall 4394 Mortgage documentation request 408 1 Mortgage 4339, 4487 Public auction 408 1 Vacancy rate 4 1 37, 4488

Orders-in-Council Release I 083

Pharmacard system Implementation 1 6, 5362

Pharmacare Budget increase 866

Premier's staff Salary cap 1 083

Provincial/Municipal projects City Works Yard relocation 2 1 54 Cost sharing 205 1 Criteria 2052 Scrap yard relocation 2 1 53

Riverbank development Environmental impact study 5702 Housing

Government support 308 Historical study 308 Noise level 308

Senate reform committee Announcement 29 1 9-20 Formation 5303-4 Make-up 2920

Seniors Directorate Accomplishments 865 Initiatives 865, 2437 Minister's responsibilities 2437 Role 536 1

Seniors' programs Initiatives 1 5-6

Skills Unlimited Funding 1 1 9 1 -2 Order-in-Council 1 1 9 1

Winnipeg Arena proposal Federal/Provincial discussions 29 1 3 Provincial involvement 29 1 3 Site preference 3852

Winnipeg, City of Capital grants 1 9 1 5

Winnipeg downtown revitalization Initiatives 8 1 7 Program co-ordination 4 1 8

Petitions Bill C-22 challenge

Manitoba Society of Seniors 303; ruled in order 342

Roman Catholic Archiepiscopal Corporation of Winnipeg and the Roman Catholic Archidiocese of Winnipeg,

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CARR, James (LIB, Fort Rouge}-Conl. An Act to amend an Act respecting 4430; ruled in order 4487

Private Members' Business Resolutions

CFB shutdowns 4773-5 Pharmacard system, implementation

1 257-9 Senate reform 3 1 54-6 Urban Commercial Districts 5730- 1

Roman Catholic Archiepiscopal Corporation of Winnipeg and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Winnipeg, An Act to amend an Act respecting the (Bill 96)

l r 4508; 2r 5 5 1 0- 1 ; R/S 5942; R/A 5958 Seniors Directorate (Supply)

2365-6, 2370-2, 2407- 1 0, 24 1 6, 24 1 9-22, 2553-5

Throne Speech Debate 289-94

Urban Affairs (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Ducharme) 2 1 34-5 Response

2 1 35-6 Administration and Finance

Executive Support Other Expenditures 2 1 38-44

Minister's Salary 2359-60 Expenditures Related to Capital

Financial Assistance to the City of Winnipeg 2333-4

Financial Assistance - City of Winnipeg Current Programs Grant

2 1 44-6, 2 1 48 , 2 1 78-9, 2 1 8 1 -2, 2 1 85 Urban Policy Co-ordination

Canada-Manitoba Winnipeg Core Area Renewed Agreement 233 1 -2

North Portage Redevelopment 2329-31 Other Expenditures 2 1 88, 2 1 90-4, 2 1 96 Riverbank Development 2332-3, 2335 Salaries 2328

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Child care crisis

Day care worker walkout 1 893-5 Effects on Manitobans I I 06-7

CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, River Heights) Budget Debate

350-8 Constitution Amendment, 1 987

5989-94 Documents Tabled

Bill C-2 1 Letter from P.Savoie (Senate of Canada) respecting attendance before Committee

5 1 53 Health Advisory Network

Interim report on extended care beds 4728

Personal Care Homes Minnedosa Tribune article quoting Carstairs, November 22, 1 989

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CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, River Heights}-Cont. 4728

Economic Development, Standing Committee 1 st Report

Helwer 1 57 1 Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; Referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 9 3-6; 424 1 -3

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 789-90 House Business

Adjournment Motion 5946-8 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Amendment Act (Bill 1 3) 2r 647-9

M inisterial Statements Ecole Polytechnique (Montreal)

Student shooting Response 3582-3

Manitoba Export Awards Response 2468

Manitoba Hydro Ontario Hydro Agreement

Response 358 1 Manitoba Telephone System

1 urisdictional control Response 1 965

Meech Lake Accord Manitoba Task Force Report

Response 2073 Provincial Court backlog reduction

Response 1 1 90 Non-Political Statements

Benham, Donald Winnipeg Sun Reporter 1 0 1 4

Chilean elections 3857 China - Military violence 333 Handicap Awareness

Employment Day 384 Hanen, Dr. Marsha P.

President University of Winnipeg 60 Hnatyshyn, Ray

Governor General appointment 1 665-6 Mandela, Nelson

Prison release 5 1 84 McKenzie, Debbie and Lars Sharp

Marriage congratulations 978 Royal Winnipeg Ballet

David Peregrine, death of 658 Season's Greetings 4067 Smerchanski, Mark

Death of former M LA (Burrows) 1 163 Oral Questions

Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba Amalgamation, Health 1 428 Budget reduction 1 428

Amtrak shuttle service Impact

VIA Rail workers 2207 Western Canada 2207

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CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, River Heights}--Cont. Minister's involvement 2206

Anti-racism programs Funding 27 1 Initiatives 27 1

Bill C-3 1 - Senate Committee Manitoba representation 5 1 53

Bill No. 42 Housing Minister's position 5749

Bond, Dr. S.L. Untendered contract 933

Budget Job creation 448 Support 378 Tax reduction 377-8

Budget - Federal Impact

Education 5478 Health care 5439, 5440- 1 Manitoba 1 29 Out-migration 5479

Premier's correspondence 1 2 Transfer payments 5 1 52

CFB Portage Ia Prairie Aeronautical centre 4392 Alternative use 1 3 Closure 1 3, 970 Compensation 1 007, 439 1 -2, 4682, 5275 Federal/provincial meeting 1 007, 439 1 Government strategy 4682-3 Western Premiers' Conference 970

CN Rail layoffs Labour adjustment strategy 54 Minister's

Awareness 54 Intervention 53-4

Rail line abandonment 1 970- 1 Relocation 53 Safety record 53

CSIS Agreement Records security 92 Renegotiation 92

Canada Post Northern subsidy reduction 3 1 23-4

Canadian Airlines International Manitoba service 2 1 5 1

Charter of Rights and Freedoms Equality of Rights 4949

Chief Medical Examiner Communicable diseases 468

Child and Family Services Budget commitment 2964-5 Deficits

Analysis 54 1 2 Responsibility 2965

Firearms reporting 523 Government communication 54 1 3 Loan costs 2965 Referrals - schools 523 Service reduction 54 1 2 Staffing levels 54 1 2

Child care Federal strategy 1 1 1 8

22

CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, River Heights}--Cont. Long-range planning 1 9 1 2 Space assurances 1 1 1 8 Standards reduction I 033 Task force

Recommendations 1 9 1 2 Workers

Cost of living increase 1 658 I ncentives 1 658 Salary negotiations 1 9 1 1

China - Military violence Manitoba's position 325 Special telephone service 325

Civil servants Accountability 1 447 Performance evaluation 97 1

Civil Service Act Compliance 1 445-6, 1 447-8 Government policy 1 447

Civil Service Commission Policy grievance 1 446 Term positions 1 446

Conawapa Project Environmental impact study 3544, 3583 Environmental interveners

Funding 3544 Licensing stages 3583 Native training programs 3584-5 Preferential employment policy 3584 Public Utilities Board review 2644-5

Concordia Hospital Laboratory worker safety 1 778

Consultants Out-of-province bids 933 Provincial bids 933

Consumer protection legislation Negative option disallowance 726

Cross-border trade Impact retail business 2876 Manitoba tourism strategy 2876

Crown corporations Accountability 45 1 2-3

Day surgery Program expansion 4 1 7

Decentralization Hiring policy 5838, 5840, 5882 Impact families 5840 MGEA consultations 5839-40 Management notification 5882 Office locations 5839 Teacher Certification Branch 5882 Wrongful dismissal analysis 5883

Deer Lodge Hospital Extended care beds

32 1 7, 4060, 4225, 4728 Douglas Scott and Company

Responsibilities 884-5 Untendered contract 884-5, 932

Drought assistance Federal/Provincial program 5275

ERDA agreements Negotiations I I

Announcement 5275-6

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CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, River Heights)---Cont. Signing date 5 1 52-3

Tourism expenditures 779 Economic growth

Federal-provincial discussions 4683 Government initiatives 3327-8, 4682 Job creation 2875

Education, Assistant Deputy Minister of Termination 97 1

Educational facilities Child care spaces 387 1

Elderly abuse Discussion paper

Author 885, 932 Costs 932

Environmental protection Policy I 006-7 Provincial jurisdiction I 007

Family Services, Department of Staffing I 033

Family Services, Minister of Premier's support 1 1 56 Resignation request 1 033, 1 1 1 9

Family violence Charges 522-3 Counselling availability 523 Firearms seizure 523

Federal Equalization Payments Documentation request 1 1 57 Reductions 1 1 57, 4264

Federal funding Manitoba statistics 5276 Zero growth 5 ! 77 -8

Federal Immigration Office Relocation 1 522-3

Federal operations Manitoba jobs 1 97 1 Winnipeg facilities 1 523

Finance, Minister of Federal/Provincial meeting 8 1 4-5 Revenue neutral 8 1 3 Tax neutral 778 Tourism impact 779

Financial Report, Quarterly Health Care underspending 38 1 3

First Ministers' Conference Education task force 2876 Issues discussed 3 1 24 VIA Rail service 2208

Forest fires Compensation, federal 5822 Total costs 5822

Forks Renewal Corporation Mandate 45 1 3

Free Trade Agreement Impact social programs 3070 Labour adjustment funding 307 1 -2 Motor vehicle regulations 1 685 Subsidy negotiations 2986-7, 3070- 1 , 3 1 23

Programs analysis 3 1 23 Social programs list 307 1

Freedom of Information Act Gag orders 2003

23

CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, River Heights)---Cont. Ombudsman Report 2002

Goods and services tax Application 778 Concessions 363 1 Conference Board of Canada 2729-30 Consumption tax 2529 Departmental impact studies I 080 Finance Minister, position

1 659, 2729, 363 1 Food exclusion 1 659 Government position

2528, 2608, 2644, 3240 Housing

Application 2875 Exemption 3240

Impact Manitobans 2528, 2729 Small business 3240

I ncreases Job losses 449

Indexing 1 080, 2528, 394 1 Liberal minority report 3239 M inisterial support 3941 Position paper I 080 Premier's

I ntervention 1 032 Position 3940

Rebates 1 080 Indexing 1 659, 2608, 2609, 3240

Revenue neutral 1 079 Seven percent tax alternative 3941 Tax credits 1 079, 3632

Government documents Security 325

Review 326 Government management

Secrecy 1 0 3 3 Government vehicles

Misuse 3776 M inister's awareness 3776

Policy review 3776 Grace Hospital

Asbestos 2469 Handling 24 70 Health and Safety conditions 2470 I nvestigation 2469 Removal policy 2470

Grain silo project Cancellation 1 29

Hazardous materials Designated materials list 65 1 -2 Storage

Mandatory reporting 65 1 Health Advisory Network

Extended care report 4225 MONA membership 38 1 4 Report release 32 1 6

Health care Acute care beds 4225 Administrative decisions 3 2 1 6-7 Anesthetist

Recruitment 4 1 6

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CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, Rifer Heights)-Cont. Shortage 4 1 6

Elective surgery backlog 3654 Extended care bed report 4728-9 Overcrowding 5 1 77 Premier's intervention 4 1 33 Rural services 4729 Surgery delays 51 7 6-7

Health care facilities Elevator

Inspections 4 1 36 Regulations 4 1 34

Employee safety 38 1 4 Police response 1 777 Security systems 1 777

Health care profession Pay equity 38 1 4-5

Health, Department of Administrative decisions 4224

Health, Minister of Binding arbitration position 3489-90 Misinformation provided 3441

Health Sciences Centre Anesthetist shortage 4 1 7, 3654 Elevator

I nspection 4 1 34, 4 1 88 Upgrading 4 1 87

Emergency facility upgrading 4 1 33-4, 4224

Patient death inquest 4 1 88 Housing market

Declining demand 304 Human rights education

Curriculum Compulsory 272 Development 4970

Pilot program amendments 4970 Industry

Potato processing 4392-3 Job Training for Tomorrow

Funding 449 Labour adjustment strategy

Government initiatives 3632 Labour Skills Training

Funding 3329 I nitiatives 449, 3328, 3632

Ladco land development deal Cash distribution 303 Finalization date 242 Nelson River Construction 242 Proposals 24 1 -2

Tabling request 242, 304 Start-up date 304

Lemay House Federal rehabilitation funds 40 1 9

Manitoba Child Care Association Meeting request 1 9 1 1

Manitoba Data Services Confidentiality guidelines 92-3 Divestiture 32, 92 Records security 32

Manitoba Hydro Preferential rates 1 50

24

CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, Rifer Heights)-Cont. Manitoba I ntercultural Council

Advisory role 469 Board member selection 469 Government interference 468-9 Russel l , Grant

Appointment 598-600 Endorsement 599 Resignation request 600

Manitoba Medical Association Binding arbitration

344 1'

3654, 5698, 5748 Negotiations 3440, 3488, 5696-7

Manitoba Telephone System Competition 203-4 Facsimile machine sales 203 Sales tax elimination 779

Medical profession Binding arbitration 3489 Recruitment 5234, 5749

Meech Lake Accord Canada clause 261 1 Manitoba position reaction 26 1 1 Public discussions 26 1 1

Mental health care Facility upgrading 1 522 Staff protection 1 522 Survey recommendations 1 52 1

Military personnel Transfers 1 293

Minority language rights Premier, position 1 2 1 5 Prime Minister, position 1 2 1 5

Municipal Hospitals New facilities 4060 Upgrading funds 4728

Native education All-party resolution 3 1 0 Funding, post-secondary 309- 1 0

Native women Abuse

Education programs 4492 Statistics 4492

Networks of Centres of Excellence Agricultural projects 2378 Manitoba

Business applicants Funding share 2377 Primary centres 2377 Recipients 2377

University of Manitoba grant 2378 North Portage Development Corporation

Accountability 4596 Cash flow 204 Place Promenade

Auction delay 45 1 2 Public Accounts, Standing Committee

5048-9 Viability 4596

Village at Portage Place Mortgage

Auction 4595 Default 204

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CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, River Heights)---Cont. Value 4595

Northern Telecom contract Job security 2003

Nursing profession Abusive treatment 1 777 Immunization costs 38 1 4

PCB storage sites Regulation amendments 1 292 Site security 1 292 Theft 1 292

Parent-Child Centres Funding 2965

Personal care homes Communicable diseases 468 Complaint process 2303 Inspection

Policy 2302-3 Report access 2303

Menus provided 2305 Parainfluenza deaths 468 Sanitation standards 2305-6 Standards enforcement 2302-3, 2306

Pharmacard system Implementation 4059

Port of Churchill Grain shipments 1 2

Prairie Militia headquarters Building occupants 1 292 Relocation 1 292

Premier Gary Filmon Federal/Provincial relations 1 008

Premier's Council formation Industry and technology 3329

Progressive Conservative Party Agenda 5440, 5477

Progressive Conservative Party - Federal Premier's disassociation 5822

Public Utilities Board Funding 3543 Manitoba Hydro, Capital projects 3543

Racism All-party task force 4969

Racist lapel pins Legal

Intervention 4948-9 Opinion request 4948-9

Private prosecution 4948 Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project

Environmental Hearing process 272 Impact study 272, 1 007

Legal intervention 341 8 Repap Manitoba Inc.

Swan River Project guarantee 341 8-9 Ridd, Karen

Arrest - El Salvador 2986 Robert H. Smith School

Child care spaces 387 1 -2 Rural Development, Department of

Deputy Minister reporting 1 74 1 Minister's concerns 1 742

Rural services

25

CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, River Heights)---Cont. Decentralization 1 74 1 -2 Inventory 1 742

St. Boniface Hospital Elevator

Inspection 4 1 88 Upgrading 4 1 88

Obstetrical capacity 32 Intensive care nursery 4060 Patient turnaways 33

Sales tax, provincial Cascading 8 1 4 Reduction 778, 8 1 3, 8 1 4

Schools, private Child abuse investigation 4341 Corporal punishment 434 1

Seniors Directorate Communications 884

Silica-Sand Plant Environmental impact study 1 5 1 Negotiations 1 50 Revenue source ! 50 Provincial investment 1 49-50

Skills Development Program Funding reduction 449

Skills Unlimited Evaluation 1 1 1 9 Funding 1 1 1 9, 1 1 56, 1 19 1

Stubble and peat burning Accident statistics 1 860 Regulations 1 860- 1

Substance abuse Availability 465 1 Compulsory education programs

4020- 1 , 406 1 , 4650, 4652 Counselling programs 4650 Crack cocaine education programs

1 379-80 Education programs 3775 Federal rehabilitation funds

1 380, 1 428, 2509, 3775, 401 9-20 Out-of-province treatment 4020 Youth education program

2509- 1 0, 3775, 4060 Sustainable Development, International Institute for

Announcement 5274 Taxicab drivers

Protective shields 1 684 Loan program 1 684

Safety and Health Training program 1 685

Teaching profession Binding arbitration 3489

Thompson General Hospital Bed closures 4263-4 Staff recruitment 4264

Transfer payments Manitoba statistics 5275

Transportation industry Manitoba services 2 1 52 Meeting request 2 1 52, 2207

Unemployment rate

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CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, Rifer Heights}--Cont. Manitoba statistics 3632, 4264-5

University Act Amendments 1 86 1 -2

University of Manitoba Board of Governors

Student representation 1 86 1 Faculty of Medicine

Accreditation downgrading 5234 Funding 5235 Program enhancement 5234-5 Residency program 5235 Surgical training 5235

Urban Native Strategy Native women abuse 4493

VIA Rail Correspondence request 1 34 1 Cutbacks

Cost to Manitoba 4084 Documentation 1 342 Government position 1 575 Impact study 1 34 1 -2, 1 379, 1 576-7 Labour adjustment 4084 Legal intervention 4227, 4286 Maintenance centre 1 577 Manitoba statistics 4083, 4286 Prevention campaign 1 576 Transfers 4287

Federal/Provincial discussions 1 378 Northern route protection 1 342 Provincial strategy 1 379

Videon Cable TV Negative option sales 726-7

Western Diversification Fund Funding allocations I I Manitoba statistics 5 1 53

Winnipeg downtown revitalization Program co-ordination 205

Workplace Safety and Health Regulation amendments 673, 4 1 36

Advisory council recommendations 673 Prevention plans 652 Reversal 674

Points of Order P JO by Carstairs respecting comments

by Connery, apology requested 26; McCrae 26; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 26; ruled out of order (Rocan) 2 1 0

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Boards, Commissions and Agencies Appointments to 1 1 47-9

Immigration and Human Rights 3468 Privilege, Matter of

Curtis, Charles, Public Servant Apology requested from Carstairs respecting comments made (Manness) 4 1 4; L.S. Evans 4 1 4-5; apology volunteered 4 1 4

Harapiak, Harry False information respecting

26

CARSTAIRS, Sharon (LIB, Rifer Heights}--Cont. Minister of Labour Ashton 4594-5; Carstairs 4595; (Hammond) 4594; McCrae 4595; taken under advisement 4595 ruled out of order 5920

Throne Speech Debate

43-50 Motion Amendment

50 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba 27-8, 545 1 -2

Child care crisis Effects on Manitobans 1 1 04-5

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 043-4

Native education Post-secondary funding 3 1 3-4, 3 1 6-7

VIA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4294-5

Written Questions No. 5 - February 1 2, 1 990

5 1 85 No. 6 - February 1 9, 1 990

5366

Cataract surgery Waiting list

Ashton 434 1 ; Orchard 434 1

Cattle feed industry Government support

Downey 5820; L.E. Evans 5820

Cemeteries Amendment Act (Bill 77)

I r Connery 2 1 5 1 ; Connery 4399; Lamoureux 4964; Maloway 4960-4; Patterson 4960

Centre for Aging Status report

Carr 1 54; Downey 1 54-5

Certified General Accountants Act (Bill 95)

I r Praznik 4430; 2r H. Driedger 5086-7; Kozak 5 1 50; Praznik 5085-6; R/S Praznik 5942; 3r 5944; R/ A 5958

Chalmers, Angela McCrae 4270

CHARLES, Gwen (LIB, Selkirk) Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) 2r 5732-7

Budget Debate 395-8

Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply) Opening Remarks

( Mitchelson) 2557-60 Response

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CHARLES, Gwen (LIB, Selkirk}-Cont. 2560- 1

Administration and Finance Communications

Salaries 2567-8 Executive Support

Salaries 256 1 -3, 2566-7 Finance and Management Services

Salaries 259 5-7 Manitoba Film Classification Board

Salaries 2597-8 Minister's Salary 2772

Communication and Information Resources Executive Administration

Salaries 2767 Management and Purchasing

Salaries 2768 Provincial Archives

Salaries 277 1 Queen's Printer

Other Expenditures 2770 Translation Services

Salaries 2770 Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Programs)

Community Places Program 2765-6 Cultural Resources

Salaries 2720-4 Grants to Cultural Organizations

2603-4, 2606-7, 27 1 0-2, 27 1 4-7 Historic Resources 2726-7 Manitoba Intercultural Council 2756-60 Public Library Services 2724-5 Recreation 2727 Regional Services

Salaries 2756 Documents Tabled

Rape examinations Letter from Dr. Dittberner to W. Grieger respecting Selkirk and District General Hospital policy

4 1 9 1 Economic Development, Standing Committee

1 st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 J 93-6; 42 1 3-5

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 792-3 Endangered Species Act

( Bill 8) 2r 1 1 44-5

Family Services (Supply) Child and Family Services

Family Dispute Services External Agencies 4549-5 1

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27)

2r 1 1 7 1 -3

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CHARLES, Gwen (LIB, Selkirk}-Cont. Forest Amendment Act

( Bill 9) 2r 1 435-6

Ground Water and Water Well Amendment Act (Bill 1 9)

2r 1 436-8 Health (Supply)

Mental Health Mental Health Clinical

Salaries 30 I 0- 1 Mental Health Promotions

Salaries 3000- 1 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) 2r 980-4

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2) (Bill 90)

2r 400 1 -3 Manitoba I ntercultural Council

Amendment Act (Bill 1 3) l r 1 26; 2r 643-5, 3768-70

Ministerial Statements Forestry Month

Response 30- 1 Municipal Assessment and Consequential

Amendments Act (Bill 79) 3r 4279-80

Natural Resources (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Enns) 4822-3 Response

4823 (Harapiak) 4823-4

Administration and Finance Computer Services

Salaries 4824 Venture Manitoba Tours Ltd. 4824-5

Engineering and Construction Regional Engineering Services

Salaries 4909 Fisheries

Administration Salaries 501 6-9

Forestry Administration

Salaries 4990-4 Land

Administration Salaries 492 1 -2

Parks Administration

Salaries 49 1 7-9 Regional Services

Administration Salaries 4828-9

Northern Development Agreement Provincial Fire Program Development and Evaluation

Salaries 4833-7 Resource Support Services

Garrison Diversion Opposition 5027 Sustainable Development 5027

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CHARLES, Gwen (LIB, Selkirk)--Cont. Water Resources

Administration Salaries 4909- 1 3

Wildlife Administration

Salaries 5023-5 Non-Political Statements

China - Military violence 82 1 Drug Awareness Week (Selkirk) 2736 Lange, Cindy

Teen consumer-based TV program 2736 Mental I llness Awareness Week 1 583 Order of the Buffalo Hunt recipients

Martin Bergen, Ernst Hansch, Ernst Keller, Rubin Spletzer

1 845-6 Royal Winnipeg Ballet

50th Anniversary 60 Speaker's Forum on the Status of

Disabled Persons 279 Oral Questions

Arts Policy Review Committee Agenda 5534 Appointments 1 382-3 Hearings schedule 2075

Participation criteria 2075 Manitoba Arts Council 5533 Mismanagement 5533 Rural presentations 5534

Brandon Cabinet Office Provincial crisis line 1 744-5

Canadian Wildlife Federation Rafferty-Alameda court challenge 2279

Civil Service Commission Affirmative action 4866

Community Investment Fund Funding delays 1 688 Independent board 1 58 1 Legislation 1 687-8 Morris Conservative Association 1 58 1 Volunteer Board announcement 1 58 1

Conawapa Project Environmental impact study 2646-7 Fish ladders 264 7 Lake Winnipeg levels 2647 Wildlife protection 2646

Cross-cultural education Government initiatives 4866, 5653

Crown lands Native land claims 2686 Sale of 2686

Cultural organizations Funding 1 383

Culture, Minister of Apology request 654 Resignation request 654

Environment Act City of Winnipeg compliance 1 45 1 -2 Sewage disposal charges 3 3 1

Ferreira, Antonio Deportation 2988 Family Services involvement 2988

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CHARLES, Gwen (LIB, Selkirk)--Cont. Government intervention 2988

Fishing industry I mpact low water levels 55 1 9

Forest fires Public inquiry invitations 5 1 57-8

Forest management Clear cutting 1 425

Goods and services tax Impact cultural industries 1 665

Goose farming Impact environment 5784

Human Rights Program Curriculum development 4866

I rrigation report Tabling request 2074

Manitoba Intercultural Council Advisory role 57, 676 Board appointment criteria 653-4 Funding responsibilities 676 Granting capacity 36, 57-8 Russell, Grant

Resignation request 675 Meech Lake Accord

Racist editorial cartoon 2278 Morden Reservoir

Low water levels 5 5 1 9 Multicultural Grants Advisory Council

Board appointments 36, 1 382 Disbursement of funds 35

Racist material Charges 5653

Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project Compensation agreement 2279 Environmental impact study 2278-9

Rape assessments Rural Manitoba 4 1 9 1 , 4289

Red River City of Winnipeg 1 426, 22 1 3 Health concerns 1 425 Management plan 1 425

Rural services Crisis line funding 45 1 5

Sewage disposal Cleanup 332 Municipal guidelines 3 3 1

Sustainable Development, International Institute for

Site announcement 1 424 Victims' Assistance Fund

Rape counselling 4289 Water pollution

Low water level warning 55 1 8 Water resources

Arden Ridge 2074 Plumas district 207 4

Workers Compensation Board Appeals 733 Claims 733

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 40 1 4-6

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CHARLFS, Gwen (LIB, Selkirk)---Cont. Resolutions

Electoral Boundaries Commission Composition of 3685-6

Environmentally Acceptable Packaging 4560-1

Farm Income Stabilization Program 708-9 Pharmacard system, implementation

1 257-9 Public Health Facility in Dauphin

1 603-4 Selkirk Landing Project 5009- 1 1

Rural Development (Supply) Manitoba Water Services Board

Other Expenditures 2 1 06 M unicipal Advisory / Financial Services

General Support Grants 1 954-5 Throne Speech Debate

1 1 0-5 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Child care crisis Effects on Manitobans 1 1 1 4-5

LynnGold Resources Inc. Intervention to prevent closure 2257-9

VIA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 43 1 0- 1

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (Bill 46)

2r 1 593-6 Workers Compensation Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 56) 2r 5585-7

Charleswood Corridor Environmental impact study

Cummings 2080, 3267-7 1 ; Yeo 2080, 3267-7 1

Charter of Rights and Freedoms Equality Rights

Carstairs 4949; Filmon 4949

CHEEMA, Guizar (LIB, Kildonan) Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) 2r 5705-9

Budget Debate 5 1 5-9

Constitution Amendment, 1 987 5998-6000

Documents Tabled Anesthetists

Manitoba statistics 3728 Speech pathology

Letter from E.Romancik respecting services for preschool children

25 1 3 Education and Training (Supply)

Financial Support - Schools School Grants and Other Assistance

4760-2 Universities Grants Commission

Salaries 5044-5 Environment (Supply)

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CHEEMA, Guizar (LIB, Kildonan)---Conl. Administration and Finance

Executive Support Salaries 3370-2

Health (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Orchard) 1 79 1 -3, 1 803-6, 1 933 Response

1 793-7'

1 926-8 Administration and Finance

Administration and Financial Services Other Expenditures 2347 Salaries 234 7

Communications Salaries 2345-7

Executive Support Salaries 1 926-8, 201 4-6, 2022-3

Health Advisory Network 2023-8, 2082-4, 2091 -2, 2 1 00- 1 , 2 1 1 9-20, 2 1 22-4, 2 1 3 1 -2

Human Resource Management Salaries 2348, 235 1

Internal Audit Salaries 2352-4

Minister's Salary 3334-5, 3346-7 Research and Planning

Other Expenditures 2 160-2, 2 1 64-9, 2 1 74-6

Salaries 2 1 32-4, 2321 -5 Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba

3078-80, 3089-92 Community Health Services (Operations)

Regional Services Salaries 2839

Community Health Services (Programs) Communicable Disease Control

Other Expenditures 2543-4 Salaries 2357, 2387-9 1 , 2399-2405, 2540-2

Continuing Care External Agencies 2754-5 Home Care Assistance 2739-44, 2753-4 Salaries 2738-9

Gerontology External Agencies 2737-8 Salaries 2737

Health Promotion Salaries 2593

Maternal and Child Health Salaries 2544-8, 2586-9

Program and Operation Support Other Expenditures 2357 Salaries 2355-7

Manitoba Health Services Commission Administration

3093-5, 3 1 69, 3 1 78-87, 3263-6, 3295 Air Ambulance Program 3303 Ambulance Program 330 1 -3 Hospital Program 3303-7 Medical Program 3308- 1 2 Personal Care Home Program 3308 Pharmacare Program 3295-9

Mental Health

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CHEEMA, Guizar (LIB, Kildonan)-Cont. Brandon Mental Health Centre

Salaries 305 1 -3 Chief Provincial Psychiatrist

Salaries 2934-4 1 , 2993-6 Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Salaries 3050- 1 Mental Health Administration

Salaries 2840-5, 2928-32 Mental Health Clinical

Salaries 3009, 301 1 Mental Health Programs

Salaries 2996-8 Mental Health Promotions

Salaries 2998-9, 3003-6 Mental Health Rehabilitation

Salaries 3007-9 Mental Health Services

Other Expenditures 304 1 -6 Salaries 304 1

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

2r 894-6, 944-7 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bill 90) 2r 3960-2

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 1 857-9 M anitoba Intercultural Council

Amendment Act (Bill 1 3) 2r 770- 1

Ministerial Statements St. Boniface General Hospital

World Health Organization Collaborating Centre

Response 3487 Non-Political Statements

Ahluwalia, Karter Run for the Children Marathon 1 1 27

Festival du Voyageur 5 1 60 Guru Nanek

Celebration of Sikh religion 2735-6 National Non-Smoking Week 45 1 7 Sakharov, Andrei

Death of human rights activist 3858 Oral Questions

AIDS Confidentiality I 0 1 0 Needle exchange program 1 840, 22 1 2 Outreach workers 1 840 Treatment

Terminal care facilities 22 1 2 Air ambulances

Transportation costs 5 1 55 Brandon General Hospital

Anesthetist shortage 3 727 Brandon Mental Health Centre

Staffing levels 2967 Budget - Federal

Impact health care 5445 Carbon monoxide poisoning

Out-of-province treatment 4268

Hansard Index

30

CHEEMA, Guizar (LIB, Kildonan)-Cont. Cardiac care

Waiting period ! 52, 602, 4494 Children's Hospital

Staff shortages 94, 1 54, 327 Communicable diseases

Reporting 2308 Concordia Hospital

Extended care beds 3074 Funding, capital 3220

Deer Lodge Hospital Acute care beds I 1 59 Extended care beds 48 1 5, 5 1 1 3

Report 4863 Fiscal Stabilization Fund

Health care 565 Goods and services tax

Impact health care 3494 Head injuries

Community-based programs 729, 935 Extended care beds 48 1 5 Report release 394 7 Services 729, 934, 3947, 460 1 -2

Head Injuries Association Report 935

Health Advisory Network Acute care report 4435, 45 1 6

Health care Acute care beds 2005, 4435, 4601 Anesthetist

Recruitment 26 1 3 Shortage 3727

Community-based clinics 4494 Education 95 Emergency services 2005, 3493, 5279

Review 3384 Extended care beds

Report 48 1 4, 4863, 5 1 1 4 Funding mismanagement 5 1 1 4 Municipal Hospitals 48 1 4 Obstetrical services 4494 Out-patient services 5 1 1 4 Physician recruitment 327 Policy consultants 47 1 3 Respiratory technologist shortage 4267 Rheumatologist shortage 887, 4602 Seniors' services 48 1 6 Service duplication 505 1 -2 Surgery delays 328, 26 1 3 U nderspending 1 299 User fees 5445-6 Ventilator shortage 4267 Walk-in clinics 5052

Health care facilities Overcrowding 51 1 3

Health care profession Laboratory misuse 505 1 Physician shortages

I mmigrant physician licensing 228 1 Health, Minister of

Apology requested 602 Health Sciences Centre

Funding, capital 3 1 64

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CHEEMA, Guizar (LIB, Kildonan}---Conl. Emergency department upgrading

3 1 64, 3220 Home care program

Expansion 3384, 48 1 6 Klinic Community Health Centre

New facilities 1 347 McPhillips Children's Centre (Co-op)

Funding 2733 Licensing 2733 Meeting request 2733

Mental health care Forensic assessments 1 384

Mental health care facilities Patient safety 2967

Mental Health Review Board Replacements 1 384-5

M unicipal Hospitals New facilities 1 347

Ophthalmology program Implementation 5886-7

Personal care homes Parainfluenza

Deaths 4 1 9, 868-9 Reporting 869, 2308

Pharmacard system Implementation 5886

Pharmacare Deductible increase 5886

Pharmaceuticals Experimental drug testing 3876-7

Psychogeriatric care Initiatives 2438 Training programs 2056

Psychogeriatric Planning Committee Report recommendations 2056, 2439

Public health Information release 4I 9-20

Public Health Act Amendments 2308

Rheumatic disease services Rehabilitation 888 Waiting period 887-8

Rivers, Manitoba Extended care beds 4863

St. Boniface Hospital Ambulatory care 3073 Maternity ward expansion 1 348, 3073

Selkirk Mental Health Centre Staffing levels 2967

Seven Oaks Hospital Emergency services 3384, 3493

Speech therapy Children services 565, 603 Educational incentives 3984 Funding 3984 Preschool services 25 1 2 Rural services 25 1 3 Waiting period 565, 3984

Taxicab drivers Protective shields 1 450- 1 Safety and health 1 450

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31

CHEEMA, Guizar (LIB, Kildonan}---Conl. Thompson General Hospital

Intensive care services 5 1 55 Thompson, Manitoba

Physician shortage 2280- 1 University of Manitoba

Faculty of Medicine Accreditation downgrading 5279 Emergency care program 5279

Varta Batteries Closure 5577 Labour adjustment strategy 5577

Point of Order P/0 by Cheema respecting comments

by Connery, apology requested 1 385; Ashton 1 385; taken under advisement 1 385; withdrawn (Connery) 1 422

P /0 by Lamoureux respecting words "Sit down, boy" (Orchard) referencing Cheema 896; Doer 896; Orchard 896; Members cautioned ( Minenko) 896; apology submitted (Orchard) 901 ; apology accepted (Cheema) 903

P /0 by McCrae respecting words "children of Manitoba, who have not, particularly, voted at this time, that is why they are not looking after them" (Cheema) referencing Orchard 603; taken under advisement 603; voluntary withdrawal 729

P /0 by Rocan respecting word "misleading" (Cheema) 4 1 9; withdrawal requested 4 1 9; withdrawn (Cheema) 4 1 9

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Breast Cancer Screening 5208-9 Throne Speech Debate

1 92-6 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba 5460- 1

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 067-8

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (2) (Bill 56)

2r 5587-8

Chief Medical Examiner 1 988 Annual Report

Edwards 3548; McCrae 3548 Communicable diseases

Carstairs 468; Filmon 468

Child abuse treatment Service expansion

Gray 597-8; Oleson 597; Wasylycia-Leis 597

Child and Family Services 90th Anniversary

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Child and Family Senices-Cont. L.S. Evans 2972; Gray 2972; McCrae 2972

Administration Gray 449 1 ; Manness 449 1

Agency deficits Gray 4490; Oleson 4490- 1

Budget Commitment

Carstairs 2964-5; Filmon 2964-5 Request

Gray 2 1 55; Oleson 2 1 55 Counselling services

Gray 1 2 1 6; Oleson 1 2 1 6 Deficits

Filmon 536 1 ; Gray 536 1 Analysis

Carstairs 54 1 2; Gray 2 1 55; Oleson 2 1 55 , 541 2-3

Reduction Gray 5787; Oleson 5787-8

Responsibility Carstairs 2965; Filmon 2965

Firearms control Edwards 4430; Oleson 4430- 1

Funding Filmon 5363; Gray 5788; Oleson 5788; Wasylycia-Leis 5363

Government communication Carstairs 541 3; Filmon 5360- 1 ; Gray 5360; Oleson 54 1 3

Marriage counselling Gray 1 2 1 7, 1 783; Oleson 1 2 1 7, 1 783

Report recommendations Gray 5787; Oleson 5787

Service reduction Carstairs 541 2; L.S. Evans 2 1 55; Oleson 2 1 55, 54 1 2

Staffing levels Carstairs 54 1 2; Oleson 541 2

Child and Family Senices Amendment Act (Bill 30)

I r Oleson 673; 2r Alcock 882-3, 939-40; Gray 88 1 -2; Oleson 880- 1 , 942-3; Wasylycia-Leis 940-2; CjW 943; 3r 943-4, 1 0 1 5; A. Driedger 1 0 1 7; Edwards 1 0 1 6-7; McCrae 1 0 1 6; Plohman 1 0 1 7; Uruski 1 0 1 5 ; R/A 103 1

Child care Americanization

Oleson 2007; Wasylycia-Leis 2006-7 Budget planning

Oleson 1 843; Wasylycia-Leis 1 843 Corporate status

Edwards 2879; Oleson 2879 Environmental concerns

Cummings 1 1 24; Taylor 1 1 23 Lead exposure

Cummings 1 085; Taylor 1 084-5 Federal strategy

Carstairs 1 1 1 8; Doer 2732;

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Child care--Cont. Filmon 2732; Oleson 1 1 1 8

Fee schedule Filmon 1 9 1 3-4; Wasylycia-Leis 1 9 1 3-4

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Cummings 1082; Gray 1 082

Funding Filmon 4597, 56 1 2; Oleson 2007; Uruski 56 1 2; Wasylycia-Leis 2007, 4597

Parental fee schedule Oleson 2476; Wasylycia-Leis 2475-6

Premier's statement retraction Filmon 1 662-3; Wasylycia-Leis 1 662-3

Funding, federal Doer 2076; Filmon 2076

Grants Legal opinion request

Filmon 5579; Wasylycia-Leis 5579 Humphrey, Mary - Removal

Alcock 1 102; Doer 1 1 22; Gray 1 093; Hemphill I I 1 4; Oleson 1 1 22; Wasylycia-Leis I 09 1

Long-range planning Carstairs 1 9 1 2; Doer 1 840; Filmon 1 840, 1 843, 1 9 1 2-3; Gray 1 863; Oleson 1 863, 1 9 1 2; Wasylycia-Leis 1 842-3

Maintenance grants Doer 1 1 2 1 -2; Oleson 1 1 22

Parent co-operative funding Oleson 1 43 1 ; Wasylycia-Leis 1 43 1

Pay equity Hammond 1 084; Wasylycia-Leis 1 084

Policy study Oleson 2006; Wasylycia-Leis 2006

Profit-based centres Hemphill 37; Oleson 37

Revenue decrease Filmon 1 838; Gray 1 838

Rural Space commitment

Filmon 56 1 2; Uruski 56 1 2 Space commitment

Filmon 561 2; Oleson 5786; Uruski 561 1

Standard reduction Carst�irs, 1033, 1 1 1 8 ; Filmon 1 033; Oleson I I 1 8-9

Training programs Derkach 277-8, 346-7; Wasylycia-Leis 277-8; Yeo 246

Underspending Filmon 4596-7; Wasylycia-Leis 4596

Workers Budget guarantees

Filmon 1 838; Gray 1 838 Funding formula

Filmon ! 838; Gray 1 838; Oleson 4435; Wasylycia-Leis 4434-5

Cost of living increase Carstairs 1 658; Filmon 1 658-9; Oleson 1658

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Child care-Cont. Incentives

Carstairs 1 658; Oleson 1 658 Legislative requirements

Derkach 307; Gray 307; Oleson 347; Yeo 347

Report tabling request Oleson 4435; Wasylycia-Leis 4435

Salaries Carr 1 082; Cummings 1 082-3; Filmon 1 294-5, 5578-9; Gray 1 082; Hammond 1 084; Oleson 1 294-5; Wasylycia-Leis 1 084, 1 294-5, 5578-9

Salary enhancement grants Hemphill 37; Oleson 37, 1 0 1 2; Wasylycia-Leis 1 0 1 2

Salary negotiations Carstairs 1 9 1 1 ; Filmon 1 038, 1 837, 1 9 1 1 -2; Gray 1 837; Wasylycia-Leis 1 038

Standards Gray 307; Filmon 3 1 66; Oleson 307 Wasylycia-Leis 3 1 66

Walkout Conciliation

Doer 1 839-40; Filmon 1 782, 1 839-40; Wasylycia-Leis 1 782

Government initiative Doer 1 862; Oleson 1 862-3

Premier's intervention Filmon 1 837; Gray 1 837

Workplace centres Oleson 1 0 1 2; Wasylycia-Leis 1 0 1 2

See also Petitions; Private Members' Business - Resolutions; Specific child care centres;

Urgent Public Importance, Matters of

Child Care Task Force Recommendations

Carstairs 1 9 1 2; Cummings 1 862; Doer 1 839, 1 862; Filmon 1 839; Gray 1 863; Oleson 1 862-3, 1 9 1 2

Child Care Working Group Representation

Filmon 4597; Wasylycia-Leis 4597

Children's Homes of Winnipeg Support programs

Oleson 597

Children's Hospital Staff shortages

Cheema 94, 1 54, 327; Orchard 94-5, 1 54, 327

Chilean elections Carstairs 3857; Orchard 3857; Wasylycia-Leis 3857

China - Military violence Carstairs 333; Charles 8 2 1 ; Doer 821 -2; Filmon 332-3; Hemphill 333; Mitchelson 82 1

Development agreement suspension

33

China - Military violence-Cont. Filmon 326; Hemphill 326

Manitoba's position Carstairs 325; Cummings 325

Visa extensions - students Filmon 326; Hemphill 326

Chocolate Lake Sludge dumping

Cummings 679; Harapiak 678-9

CHORNOPYSKI, William (LIB, Burrows) City of Winnipeg Amendment Act

(Bill 32) 2r 229 1 -2

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 796 Introduction of Guests

Garden City Collegiate, Grade 1 1 (Kildonan) 3239

James Nisbet Community School, Grade 5 (Kildonan) 3327

Ministerial Statements Remembrance Day

Response 2682 Non-Political Statements

D-Day Anniversary 350 Festival du Voyageur 5 1 6 1

Petitions Waverley and Pembina Highway

Request for safety measures 3239; ruled in order 3327

Points of Order P /0 by Angus respecting imputation

of motives (Ashton) 3828; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 3828; ruled out of order 5889

P/0 by Ashton respecting use of points of order 2659; Members cautioned (Chornopyski) 2659

P /0 by Ashton respecting relevancy of debate (Connery) 5264; McCrae 5264; Members cautioned (Chornopyski) 5264

P /0 by Carstairs respecting comments by Connery; apology requested 26; McCrae 26; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 26; ruled out of order (Rocan) 2 1 0

P /0 b y Chornopyski respecting request for legal opinion 3330; Cowan 3330; taken under advisement 3330; Speaker's ruling 59 19

P/0 by Downey respecting comments allegedly reflecting on persons unable to defend themselves in the Chamber (Piohman) 735; taken under advisement

( Chornopyski) 7 3 5; ruled out of order 978

P jO by Manness respecting relevancy of debate ( Mandrake) 5756;

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CHORNOPYSKI, William (LIB, Burrows)-Cont. ruled in order (Chornopyski) 5756; Member cautioned 5756

P/0 by McCrae respecting relevancy of debate (Cowan) 5 1 65-6; Ashton 5 1 66; ruled in order (Chornopyski) 5 1 66

P/0 by Plohman respecting imputation of motives (Downey) 532; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 532; ruled in order 892; withdrawal requested 892; withdrawn (Downey) 892

P /0 by Plohman respecting reference to absence of Member (Lamoureux) 1 389; ruled in order (Chornopyski) 1 389; withdrawal requested 1 389; withdrawn (Lamoureux) 1 389

P /0 by Plohman respecting reference to inattentiveness of N DP opposition critic (Connery) 22 1 5; Ashton 221 5; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 221 5; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

P/0 by Taylor respecting imputation of motives (Cummings) 37 1 3; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 37 1 3; Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 1 00) 2r 5762-4

Churchill, Manitoba Rental units

Ducharme 253 1 ; Lamoureux 253 1

Churchill Place, Leaf Rapids Closure

Cowan 368 1 ; Ducharme 368 1

Churchill River Dam Environmental impact study

Cummings 1 523-4, 1 580- 1 , 4687; H. Driedger 1 524; Storie 1 523, 1 580- 1 ; Taylor 4687

Legal intervention Cummings 1 523-4; Storie 1 523-4

Licensing Cummings 1 523-4, 4687; H. Driedger 1 524; Storie 1 523; Taylor 4687

Meeting cancellation Cummings 4687; Taylor 4687

PCB spill Cummings 1 580; Storie 1 580

Churchill Rocket Range Funding

Ernst 2242; Harper 2242 Marketing plans

Ernst 2242; Harper 2242 See also Private Members' Business

- Address for Papers

34

Citation Award

Gray 2246; Harapiak 2245-6; Oleson 2246

City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (Bill 32)

I r Ducharme 8 1 2; 2r Carr 1 756-9; Chornopyski 229 1 -2; Doer 2286-90; Ducharme 1 1 3 1 -5; Rose 1 846-50; R/S Ducharme 25 1 7-9; Plohman 25 1 8; 3r Angus 2521 -2; Carr 25 1 9-2 1 ; Ducharme 2522-3; Maloway 252 1 ; Rose 252 1 ; R/A 2524

City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (2) (Bill 61)

I r Ducharme 1 967; 2r Carr 44 1 2-5; Ducharme 2443-5; R/S Ducharme 5940; 3r 5944; R/ A 5957

City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (3) (Bill 62)

I r Ducharme 2002; 2r Carr 3438, 3860- 1 ; Ducharme 2445-6; R/S Ducharme 5940; 3r 5944; R/ A 5957

Civil servants Accountability

Carstairs 1 447; Filmon 1 447 Performance evaluation

Carstairs 97 1 ; Cummings 97 1 Transfer notices

Penner 2970; Plohman 2970

Civil Service Act Compliance

Carstairs 1 445-6, 1 447-8; Filmon 1 446, 1 448; Gray 1 449; Hammond 1 450

Government policy Carstairs 1 447; Filmon 1 447

Civil Service Commission Affirmative action

Charles 4866; Mitchelson 4866 Hiring practices

Criteria Gray 1 450; Hammond 1 450

Investigation Gray 1 526; Hammond 1 526

Policy grievance Carstairs 1 446; Filmon 1 446-7

Term positions Carstairs 1 446; Filmon 1 446

See also Civil Service (Supply)

Civil Service (Supply) Opening Remarks

Hammond 4603-5 Response

Ashton 4605-6 Gray 4605

Civil Service Commission Executive Office

Salaries Ashton 4607- 1 1 ; Gray 4606-7,

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Civil Service (Supply}-Cont. 46 1 1 -4; Hammond 4606- 1 4

Human Resource Management Services Salaries

Gray 46 1 4-8; Hammond 46 1 4-8; Wasylycia-Leis 46 ! 8

Civil Service Superannuation Amendment Act (Bill 80)

l r Hammond 2299; 2r Hammond 266 1 -2; Patterson 3437-8; R/S Hammond 594 1 ; 3 r 5944; R / A 5957

Committees, Standing and Special Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Angus 4952; McCrae 4952-3 Scheduling

Angus 4953; McCrae 4953

Communicable diseases Reporting

Cheema 2308; Orchard 2308

Community Centres Week Wasylycia-Leis 2921

Community Colleges Administrative appointments

Derkach 2684; Yeo 2684 Advisory Committee recommendations

Derkach 2684; Yeo 2684 See also names of specific colleges

Community Investment Fund Funding

Charles 1 688; Mitchelson 1 688 Independent board

Charles 1 58 1 ; Filmon 1 58 1 Legislation

Charles 1 687-8; Mitchelson 1 688 Morris Conservative Association

Charles ! 58 ! ; Filmon 1 58 1 Volunteer board announcement

Charles 1 58 1 ; Filmon 1 58 1 See also Lottery revenues - Profit decline

Community Places Program Worship centre exclusion

Filmon 1 3 1 -2; Wasylycia-Leis 1 3 1 See also St. Vladimir Cathedral

Community Therapy Program Handicapped parking decals

A. Driedger 1 530; Plohman 1 530

Community Tourism Action Plan Endorsement

Ernst 976; Gray 976 Gender-neutral language

Ernst 976, 1 0 1 1 ; Gray 976

Conawapa Dam Project Diesel fuel spill

Cummings 3779; Taylor 3778-79 Employment opportunities

Filmon 349 1 ; Neufeld 2649-50; Storie 2649-50, 3491

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35

Conawapa Dam Project-Cont. Employment training program

Derkach 2649; H. Driedger 2649 Environmental hearings

Cummings 3587; Taylor 3586-7 Environmental impact study

Angus 1 345; Carstairs 3544, 3583; Charles 2646-7; Cummings 3583, 3877-8; Enns 2646-7, 2686-7; Filmon 3544, 3583-4; Neufeld 1 345; Taylor 3877

Environmental working group Filmon 349 1 ; Storie 349 1

Fish ladders Charles 2647, 5018-9; Enns 2647, 5019

Lake Winnipeg levels Charles 2647; Enns 2647

Licensing stages Carstairs 3583; Cummings 3583

Native Benefits

Filmon 3585-6; Harper 3585 Involvement

Filmon 3585; Harper 3585 Training programs

Carstairs 3584; Derkach 3585; Filmon 3584; Harper 3585

Ontario Hydro agreement Angus 1 345; Filmon 3490; Neufeld 1 345; Storie 3490

Preferential policy Angus 4433-4; Carstairs 3584; Ernst 4433-4; Filmon 3584;

Neufeld 4434 Public Utilities Board study

Angus 1 345; Carstairs 2644-5; Neufeld 1 345, 2644-5

River diversions Cummings 3587; Filmon 3587; Taylor 3587

Treaty land claims Filmon 3586; Harper 3586

Wildlife protection Charles 2646; Enns 2646-7

Concordia Hospital Capital funding

Cheema 3220; Orchards 3220 Extended care beds

Cheema 3074; Doer 3072, 48 1 7; Fi1mon 48 1 7; Orchard 3072, 307 4

Laboratory employee safety Carstairs 1 778; Hammond 1 778

Conference on Urban Safety Manitoba representation

Edwards 1 779-80; McCrae 1 779-80

Confidentiality of Personal and Corporate Records Compiled and Stored by Government Departments and Agencies (Bill 45)

1 r L.S. Evans 1 445

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Conflict of Interest See Announcements

CONNERY, Hon. Edward (PC, Portage Ia Prairie) (Minister of Cooperatite, Consumer and

Corporate Affairs) (Minister responsible for The Workers

Compensation Act (except as it relates to Worker Adtisers) )

Business Practices Act (Bill 64)

J r 1 967; 2r 3 1 39-45 Cemeteries Amendment Act

(Bill 77) l r 2 1 5 1 ; 2r 4399

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (2) (Bill 63)

lr 1 967; 2r 2654-6; R/S 5847 Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)

Opening Remarks 2846-8, 2849

Response (Patterson) 2848 (Uruski) 2848-9

Administration and Finance Communications

Salaries 285 1 Executive Support

Salaries 285 1 Minister's Salary 301 8-2 1 , 3026-7

Consumers Bureau Grants 28 57-6 1 Salaries 285 1 -7

Co-operative/Credit Union Development and Regulation

Co-operative/Credit Union Development Salaries 2944-5, 30 1 1 -5

Corporate Affairs Insurance Branch

Salaries 2862-6 Public Utilities Board

Salaries 294 1 -4 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) 2r 5263-6

Insurance Amendment Act (Bill 75)

2r 3859-60; RjS 594 1 ; R/ A 5957 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bill 90) c;w 4038-9, 4046-55

Non-Political Statements Consumer Week 1 920 Manitoba Developmental Centre

Two-year accreditation 5540 Strawberry Festival, Portage Ia Prairie

1 0 1 4-5 Uniroyal Goodrich World Junior Curling

Championship 5826-7 Oral Questions

Bill C-22

Hansard Index

36

CONNERY, Hon. Edward�Cont. Impact seniors 274

Brick Warehouse Charges 1 526 Consumer bulletin 1 527

Consumer protection legislation Amendments 2284 Cost analysis 3 1 65-6 Fraudulent car repairs 3 1 65 Memberships inclusion 2282 Negative option disallowance 726 Regulations enforcement 3 1 65

Co-operative development Manitoba statistics 2282

Credit unions Government financial liability 4600 Loan Joss reserves 4600

European Health Spa Closure 228 1 -2

Grant, Nancy External Affairs intervention 2685 Family Law Branch intervention 2686

Heaman Family Consumer Minister's awareness 482 1

JCG Utilities Shut-off regulations 870

LynnGold Resources Inc. Worker co-operative analysis 2283

Non-custodial parents Legislation 2686

Public Utilities Board Gas rate review 4084-5 Resources 4085

Transportation industry Layoffs 976

Travel Industry Act Support 1 58 1

Videon Cable TV Negative option sales 726

Western Sun Vacations Closure 1 58 1 , 1 664

Workers Compensation Board Appeal delays 680, 733, 936 Business plan 782 Claim

Analysis 782 Delays 733, 782, 891

Inquiries 935 King Task Force recommendations

450- 1 ' 6 79-80 Medical consultations 935 Pension indexing 679

Ozone Layer Protection Act (Bill 1 8)

2r 2643; 32 1 J -3 Points of Order

p jO by Ashton respecting reference to absence of Member (Connery) 3 1 39-40; Cowan 3 1 40; taken under advisement ( Kozak) 3 1 40; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

p jO by Ashton respecting alleged

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CONNERY, Hon. Edward-Cont. reflection upon the Chair (Connery) 3 1 40; McCrae 3 1 41 ; previously taken under advisement

( Kozak) 3 1 4 1 P j O b y Ashton respecting relevancy

of debate (Connery) 5264; McCrae 5264; Members cautioned (Chornopyski) 5264

P jO by Carstairs respecting comments by Connery, apology requested 26; McCrae 26; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 26; ruled out of order 21 0

P jO by Cheema respecting comments by Connery, apology requested 1 385; Ashton 1 385; taken under advisement 1 385; withdrawn (Connery) 1 422

P /0 by Plohman respecting reference to inattentiveness of N DP opposition critic (Connery) 22 1 5; Ashton 22 1 5; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 22 1 5; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "Heaven forbid should I take the word of the Member opposite as being the facts (Connery) referencing Charles 733; withdrawal requested 733; withdrawn (Connery) 733

Prearranged Funeral Services Amendment Act (Bill 78)

lr 2 1 5 1 ; 2r 4399-4400; R/S 594 1 ; R/A 5957

Private Members' Business Resolutions

C FB shutdowns 4778-80 Canadian Wheat Board,

Retaining oats under the 1 376-7 Health Ombudsman 4 1 09- 1 0

Privilege, Matter of Ombudsman, Office of

Impartiality questioned Alcock 8 1 2-3; Ashton 8 1 3; (Connery) 8 1 2; McCrae 8 1 3; taken under advisement 8 1 3; ruled out of order 978-9

Workers Compensation Minister Apology requested from Alcock respecting comments made 1 422; withdrawn (Connery) 1 422

Real Estate Brokers Amendment Act (2) (Bill 76)

2r 2446-7; R/ A 4079 Securities Amendment Act

(Bill 72) 2r 3 1 5 1 ; RjS 5940; R/A 5957

Sessional Papers Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs

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37

CONNERY, Hon. Edward-Cont. Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

2238 Co-operative Loans and Loans Guarantee Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

2206 Co-operative Promotion Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 967 Insurance Act

Annual Report for year ended May 3 1 , 1 988

4 1 5 Messages - Lieutenant-Governor

Recommending Bill 46 1 52 1

Recommending Bill 56 1 860

Public Utilities Board Annual Report for year ended

December 3 1 , 1 988 241

Trade Practices Inquiry Act Annual Report for year ended May 26, 1 988

4 1 5 Workers Compensation Board o f Manitoba

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

4 1 5 Workers Compensation Board o f Manitoba

Quarterly Report for three month period January to March, 1 989

4 1 5 Throne Speech Debate

1 96-202 Unfair Business Practices Act

(Bill 2 1 ) 2r 1 004-5

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba 26-7 Goods and services tax

Effects on Manitoba 1 066-7 VIA Rail cutbacks

I mpact on Manitoba 4333-4 Workers Compensation Amendment Act

(Bill 46) lr 1 444-5; 2r 1 594; R/A 1 600

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (2) (Bill 56)

lr 1 860; 2r 22 1 4-2 1 , 559 1 -2; R/S 5940; R/A 5957

Consolidated Professor Mines Ltd. See Shoal Lake - Gold Mine; Winnipeg Water

Protection Group

Constitution Amendment, 1987 Resolution

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Constitution Amendment, 1987-Cont. Ashton 6054-8; Carr 6058-6 1 ; Carstairs 5989-94; Cheema 5998-6000· Cowan 6043-6; Doer 5995-8;

'

H. Driedger 6023-6; Edwards 6053-4; L.S. Evans 6000-6; Filmon 598 1 -9; Gaudry 6026-9; Gray 603 1 -3; Harper 60 1 6-9; Hemphill 6038-40; Lamoureux 6040-2; Maloway 6034-6; McCrae 60 1 9-23; Minenko 6036-8; Plohman 6029-3 1 ; Taylor 6046-53; Wasylycia-Leis 6006-9

Constitutional Affairs Aboriginal rights

Canadian Constitution - Section 35 Filmon 5978; Harper 5978

Participation Filmon 5977; Harper 5977

Aboriginal participation Filmon 60 1 2, 60 1 3; Harper 60 1 2, 60 1 3

Aboriginal people Distinct society

Filmon 60 1 0- 1 ; Harper 60 10 Retribution, federal

Filmon 60 1 2-3; Harper 60 1 2 Aboriginal self-government

Premier's position Filmon 5977; Harper 5977

Canadian Constitution Notwithstanding clause

Carr 1 527; McCrae 1 527 Negotiation process

Filmon 60 1 1 -2; Harper 60 1 1 Manitoba Assembly of Chiefs

Personal attacks Filmon 60 1 0; Harper 60 1 0

Negotiation process Filmon 5976-7; Harper 5976

Public hearings Filmon 60 1 3; Harper 60 1 3

Territorial governments Provincial status

Filmon 5977-8, 60 I I ; Harper 5977, 60 1 1

See also Constitution Amendment, 1 987; Meech Lake Accord

Construction industry Decline analysis

L.S. Evans 3222; Manness 3222

Consultants Out-of-province bids

Carstairs 933; Ernst 933 Provincial bids

Carstairs 933; Ernst 933

Consumer Protection Act Enforcement

Maloway 48 1 9; McCrae 48 1 9-20

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Bill 22)

I r Maloway 342; 2r H. Driedger 4642-4;

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Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Bill 22}--Cont.

Kozak 41 85-6, 4386; Maloway 860- 1

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (2) (Bill 23)

I r Maloway 342; 2r Maloway 86 1 -2, 1 65 1 -2

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (3) (Bill 63)

I r Connery 1 967; 2r Connery 2654-6; Maloway 2656-6 1 ; Minenko 3895-8; Patterson 3435-7; Storie 3898-390 1 ; R/S Connery 5847

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (4) (Bill 94)

I r Maloway 439 1 ; 2r Maloway 5778

Consumer protection legislation Amendments

Connery 2284; Wasylycia-Leis 2284 Cost analysis

Connery 3 1 65-6; Edwards 3 1 65 Fraudulent car repairs

Connery 3 1 65; Edwards 3 1 65 Memberships inclusion

Connery 2282; Minenko 2282 Negative option disallowance

Carstairs 726; Connery 726 Regulations enforcement

Connery 3 1 65; Edwards 3 1 65

Consumer Week Ashton 1 922; Connery 1 920; Maloway 1 92 1 -2; Patterson 1 922

Contempt, Matter of See Economic Development, Standing Committee on

Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply) Opening Remarks

Connery 2846-8, 2849 Response

Patterson 2848 Uruski 2848-9

Administration and Finance Communications

Salaries Connery 285 1 ; Uruski 285 1

Executive Support Salaries

Connery 285 1 ; Patterson 2850- 1 ; Uruski 2851

Minister's Salary Connery 30 1 8-21 , 3026-7; Doer 3024-6; Maloway 301 5-23, 3028-3 1 ; Manness 3023; Patterson 301 5

Consumers Bureau Grants

Connery 2857-60; Harapiak 2857-60; Patterson 2860- 1

Salaries

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Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)---Cont.

Connery 285 1 -7; Uruski 285 1 -6 Co-operative/Credit Union Development and

Regulation Cooperative/Credit Union Development

Salaries Connery 2944-55, 301 1 -5; Cowan 2946-56; Maloway 301 4-5; Minenko 301 1 -4; Uruski 2944-6

Corporate Affairs Insurance Branch

Salaries Connery 2862-6; Doer 2862-6

Public Utilities Board Salaries

Angus 2942-4; Connery 294 1 -4; Uruski 294 1 -2

Co-operative development Manitoba statistics

Connery 2282; Cowan 2282

Co-operative housing Funding

Cowan 972; Ducharme 972 Loan approvals

Ducharme 5823; Lamoureux 5823 Program cuts

Ducharme 1 866-7; Filmon 1 844; Lamoureux 1 844, 1 866-7

Core Area Initiative Corydon Avenue project

Doer 5277; Ducharme 5277 Negotiations

Ducharme 4730; Wasylycia-Leis 4730 Public hearings

Carr 8 1 7; Ducharme 8 1 7 Reallocation

Doer 5276-7; Ducharme 5277-8 Renewal

Carr 8 1 6-7; Ducharme 8 1 7 See also Winnipeg downtown revitalization

Corporations Amendment Act (Bill 25)

I r Maloway 377

Court of Appeal Amendment Act (Bill 68)

l r McCrae 2002; 2r Edwards 4408-9; McCrae 2524-6; R/S McCrae 5789; 3r 5790; R/ A 5836

COWAN, Jay (NDP, Churchill) Budget Debate

489-94 Constitution Amendment, 1 987

6043-6 Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)

Co-operative/Credit Union Development and Regulation Co-operative/Credit Union Development

Salaries 2946-56

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COWAN, Jay (NDP, Churchiii)---Cont. Dangerous Goods Handling and Transportation

Amendment Act (Bill 82) 3r 563 1 -3

Economic Development, Standing Committee 1 st Report

Helwer 1 5 7 1 Contempt, Matter o f (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; Referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 93-6; 4243-9

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 805- 1 0 Energy and Mines (Supply)

Mineral Resources Mineral Resource Administration

Salaries 3703-8, 3744-8, 3908- 1 1 , 39 1 7-9, 3923-5

Mines Salaries 4 1 52-6

Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act (Bill 53)

2r 3559-65 Environment (Supply)

Administration and Finance Salaries 3 1 1 0-4

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27)

2r 1 198- 1 204 Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to

Protect the (Bill 1 6) 2r 448 1 -3

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Bill 3)

2r 686-92 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (5)

(Bill 54) 3r 1 985-90

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Opening Remarks

(A. Driedger) 1 224-6 Response

1 226-9 Driver and Vehicle Licensing

Safety Salaries 1 546-8

Expenditures Related to Capital Acquisition/Construction of Physical

Assets 1 694-7 Canada-Manitoba Churchill Agreement

1 698- 1 7 1 2 Planning and Design and Land Surveys

Planning and Design Salaries and Wages 1 233-7, 1 240

Housing (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Ducharme) 3495-6 Response

(Lamoureux) 3496-3500 3500-5

Expenditures Related to Capital

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COWAN, Jay (NDP, Churchiii)-----Cont. Canada-Manitoba Winnipeg Core Area Renewed Agreement

Core Area Initiatives Programs 3744 General Administration

Executive Support Salaries 3507-9, 3 5 1 1 -4, 3604-8

Planning and Information Systems Salaries 36 1 0, 3678

Landlord and Tenant Affairs Salaries 3679-80

Operations Client Services

Salaries 3683-4 Delivery Services

Salaries 368 1 -2 Grants and Subsidies

3733-5, 3737-40, 3743 Property Management

Salaries 368 1 Transfer Payments to MHRC 3743-4

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

3r 1 0 1 9-2 1 ; c;w 1 027-8 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bill 90) c;w 4070, 4073-4

Labour (Supply) Apprenticeship and Training

Salaries 457 1 -4 Labour Adjustment

Salaries 4739-45 Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 1 ) 2r 5 1 28-43, 5 1 62-74, 5 1 85-208, 52 1 6-33, 5242-9

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 3 1 1 6-9 Law Society Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 7 1 ) 2r 3997-4000

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 3425-30; c;w 357 1 -2 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Amendment Act (Bill 1 3) 2r 3377-80

Ministerial Statements Elder Abuse Discussion Paper

Public Consultations Response 2277-8

Ladco land development deal Response 90

Non-Political Statements Manitoba Marathon 680-1 Port of Churchill

Lobby group 456 Seniors Day 873

Oral Questions Bill No. 42

Alternative 5782 Consultations 5752-3

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COWAN, Jay (NDP, Churchiii)-----Cont. Housing Minister's position 5783 Lobby group 4734, 54 17 Residential Tenancies Commission 5783 Standing Committee referral

4734, 541 6-7, 570 1 -2 CN Rail layoffs

Rural impact 332 Safety record 332

Canada Pension Plan Reforms 937-8

Co-operative development Manitoba statistics 2282

Co-operative housing groups Funding 972

Critical Home Repair Program Elimination 97 1 -2

Farley Lake gold deposit Government purchase 2383

Forest fires Public inquiry 3386-7

Fort Osborne Complex Neighbourhood compatibility 1 55-6

Goods and services tax Seniors' boycott 4432

Hazardous materials Chemical storage

Site identification 657 Housing

Government developing 1 297 Saturation 1 297

Market Analysis 3494 Declining demand 97 Government initiatives 3494 New starts decline 443 1 -2 Out-migration statistics 4432

Programs Initiatives 97

Housing, Minister of Resignation request 5753

Ladco land development deal Cost factor 96 Finalization date 1 56 Viability 1 296 Proposals 275-6

Low-income housing Advocacy group 3494

Lynn Lake, Manitoba Compensation 29 1 8 Minister's meeting 2243, 2283 Mobility assistance program 3779-80 Property equity protection 29 1 8

LynnGold Resources Inc. Bankruptcy 29 1 8 Closure 22 1 2 Creditors' meeting 4 1 40 Employee benefits 4 140 Negotiations 2382-3, 2473, 25 1 1 -2 Payment of wages 22 1 3 Premier's intervention 2474 Severance pay 4 140 Worker co-operative analysis 2283

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COWAN, Jay (NDP, Churchili)-Cont. Minimum wage

Increase 3422-3 Non-profit housing

Application processing 972 Proposal calls 977-8

POWA Agreement LynnGold Resources Inc. 4493-4

Port of Churchill Government support 34 Grain shipments 33-4 Polish aid program 1 9 1 6 Shipping season extension 1 9 1 6 Subsidies 34

Seniors Directorate Canada Pension Plan reforms 938

Veterans' Manor MHRC restrictions 4734

Workplace Safety and Health Regulation amendments 657-8

Ozone Depleting Substances Act (Bill 83 )

2r 44 1 7-22 Points of Order

PfO by Ashton respecting political nature of non-political statements 1 920; Cowan 1 920; McCrae 1 920; taken under advisement 1 920- 1 ; Members cautioned 2 1 58-9

P /0 by Ashton respecting reference to absence of Member (Connery) 3 1 39-40; Cowan 3 1 40; taken under advisement (Kozak) 3 1 40; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

P/0 by Chornopyski respecting request for legal opinion 3330; Cowan 3330; taken under advisement 3330; Speaker's ruling 59 1 9

P/0 by Cowan respecting the word "sleazeball" used by Orchard 275; withdrawn voluntarily 276

P /0 by Cowan respecting need to have leave for Bills to stand 2293; McCrae 2293; leave granted 2294; Speaker's ruling 2295

P /0 by Cowan respecting words "a union where they are not under the influence of the Member for Churchill" (Neufeld) 2385; McCrae 2385; taken under advisement 2385; ruled out of order 297 1

PfO by Cowan respecting words "political expediency" (Filmon) 2474; withdrawal requested (Rocan) 2474; withdrawn (Filmon) 2474-5

P /0 by Cowan respecting word "idiot" used by Neufeld 29 1 9; taken under advisement 29 1 9; ruled out of order 3388

P/0 by Cowan respecting reflections

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COWAN, Jay (NDP, Churchili)-Cont. on past proceedings of the House (Lamoureux) 5636; Angus 5636; ruled in order 5636; Member cautioned 5636

P fO by McCrae respecting relevancy of debate (Cowan) 5 1 65-6; Ashton 5 1 66; ruled in order ( Chornopyski) 5 1 66

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Churchill Rocket Range 1 768-70 Goods and services tax 3572-4

Resolutions Pharmacard system, implementation

1 257-9 Smoking prevention 341 2-4 Waste management 1 999-2001

Privilege, Matter of LynnGold Resources Inc.

False information alleged Angus 230 1 ; (Cowan) 2299-301 ; McCrae 2301 -2; Storie 2302; taken under advisement 2302; ruled out of order 4398

Residential Tenancies Act (Bill 42)

2r 2225-3 1 Seniors Directorate (Supply)

2366-70, 2374-5, 2422-4 Throne Speech Debate

1 45-8, 1 5 7-60 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 895-7 Effects on Manitobans 1 098, 1 102-4

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 049-5 1

Housing conditions in Manitoba 5828 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Intervention to prevent closure 2246-7, 2269-7 1

V IA Rail cutbacks I mpact on Manitoba 4329-30

Crash Test Dummies Wasylycia-Leis 2285

Creative Retirement Manitoba Funding, education programs

Derkach 868; Yeo 867-8

Credit unions Government financial liability

Connery 4600; Kozak 4600 Loan loss reserves

Connery 4600; Kozak 4600

Crime Prevention Council Establishment

Edwards 5539; McCrae 5539

Crime Prevention Month Edwards 25 1 6; McCrae 25 1 6; Wasylycia-Leis 25 1 6

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Crime prevention programs Government agenda

Edwards 2435, 3420; McCrae 2435, 3420 Government initiatives

Edwards 5539; McCrae 5539 Provincial council

Edwards 2435; McCrae 2435 Seniors

Carr 2437; McCrae 2437

Critical Home Repair Program Elimination

Cowan 97 1 -2; Ducharme 972 Reimplementation

Ducharme I 0 I I ; Lamoureux I 0 I I

Crop insurance Cost sharing

L.E. Evans 529; Findlay 529 Coverage

L.E. Evans 529, 2990; Findlay 529-30, 2990

Cross-border trade Dairy products

Ernst 2877; L.E. Evans 2877 Food items

Ernst 2877; L.E. Evans 2988 Impact retail business

Carstairs 2876; Manness 2876 Manitoba tourism strategy

Carstairs 2876; Ernst 2876 Provincial import tax

Manness 5703; Plohman 5703

Cross-cultural understanding Government initiatives

Charles 4866, 5653; Mitchelson 4866, 5653

Crow benefit Agriculture Minister's position

Findlay 460 1 ; Plohman 4601 Grain Transport Study

A. Driedger 4229; Filmon 4229; Plohman 4228-9, 4229;

Impact Highways

A. Driedger 2822; L.E. Evans 2822 Land values

L.E. Evans 2822; Penner 2822 Livestock industry

Findlay 47 1 2-3; Plohman 47 1 2-3 Parkland region

Manness 5280; Plohman 5280 Port of Churchill

Manness 5279-80; Plohman 5279-80 Rail lines

A. Driedger 282 1 ; L.E. Evans 2821 Red meat industry

L.E. Evans 2008; Findlay 2008 Manitoba proposal

L.E. Evans 2008; Findlay 2008-9 Payment plan

L.E. Evans 209;

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Crow benefit-Con/. Findlay 209- 1 0, 4343, 4600- 1 , 47 1 2; Penner 4652; Plohman 4343, 4600, 47 1 2; Uruski 4652

Review L.E. Evans 277, 4395; Findlay 277, 4395-6

Technical advice Findlay 4601 ; Plohman 4601

Crown corporations Accountability

Carr 4339, 4395, 47 1 0; Carstairs 451 2-3; Ducharme 4339, 4395, 45 1 3;

Manness 47 10 Executive salary review

Carr 4 1 9; Ducharme 4 1 9, 426-7 French language services

Filmon 2382; Gaudry 2382 Privatization

L.S. Evans 292 1 -7 See also specific names of crown corporations

Crown lands Native land claims

Charles 2686; Enns 2686 Sale of

Charles 2686; Enns 2686

Crown Corporations and otber Provincial Entities, Allowances for Losses and Expenditures Incurred By (Supply)

5059

Crown Corporations Public Review and Accountability Amendment Act (Bill 55)

I r Angus 1 684; 2r Angus 4943-4

Crystal Casino Betting limit

Kozak 1 382; Mitchelson 1 38 1 Gaming - security system

Hemphill 98, 3 1 0; Mitchelson 98, 3 1 0 Lease agreement

Carr 29 1 4; Mitchelson 29 1 4 Lottery revenue distribution

Kozak 370-1 Opening delay

Kozak 1 38 1 ; Mitchelson 1 38 1 Start-up costs

Carr 29 1 4; Mitchelson 29 1 5 Status

Hemphill 28 1 2-4; Kozak 2805-7, 2809- 1 2; Mitchelson 2805-7, 2809- 1 4

Survey Mitchelson 1 85

Upgrade costs Carr 29 1 5; Mitchelson 29 1 5

Cultural organizations Funding

Charles 1 383; Mitchelson 1 383

Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply) Opening Remarks

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Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply)---Cont. Mitchelson 2557-60

Response Charles 2560-1

Administration and Finance Communications

Salaries Charles 2567-8; Hemphill 2568-9; Mitchelson 2567-9

Executive Support Salaries

Charles 256 1 -3, 2566-7; Hemphill 2564-6; Kozak 2567; Mitchelson 256 1 -7

Finance and Management Services Salaries

Charles 2595-7; Hemphill 2594-7; Kozak 2569-70, 2593-6; Mitchelson 2569-70, 2593-7

Manitoba Film Classification Board Salaries

Charles 2597-8; Mitchelson 2597-8 Minister's Salary

Charles 2772; Hemphill 2772-3, 28 1 2-5; Kozak 2773-4, 2804- 1 2, 28 1 5-7; Mitchelson 2772-4, 2805- 1 7; Uruski 28 1 5-7

Communication and Information Resources Executive Administration

Charles 2767; Mitchelson 2767-8 Management and Purchasing

Salaries Charles 2768; Mitchelson 2768

Provincial Archives Salaries

Carr 277 1 ; Charles 277 1 ; Mitchelson 277 1 -2

Queen's Printer Other Expenditures

Charles 2770; Mitchelson 2770 Translation Services

Salaries Charles 2770; Mitchelson 2770

Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Programs)

Community Places Program Charles 2765-6; Hemphill 2766; Kozak 2766-7; Mitchelson 2765-7

Cultural Resources Salaries

Carr 2722; Charles 2720-4; Hemphill 272 1 ; Mitchelson 2720-4

Executive Administration Salaries

Hemphill 2660-2; Kozak 2599-2600; Mitchelson 2660-2

Grants to Cultural Organizations Carr 27 1 8-20; Charles 2603-4, 2606-7, 27 1 0-2, 27 1 4-7; Hemphill 27 1 2-4, 27 1 7-8; Kozak 2604-6; Mitchelson 2604-6, 27 1 0-20

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Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply)---Cont. Historic Resources

Charles 2726-7; Mitchelson 2726-7 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Charles 2756-60; Hemphill 2760-5; Lamoureux 2764-5; Mitchelson 2756-65

Public Library Services Charles 2724-5; Mitchelson 2724-6

Recreation Charles 2727; Hemphill 2727; Mitchelson 2727

Regional Services Salaries

Charles 2756; Mitchelson 2756, 2768-70; Plohman 2768-9

Culture, Minister of Apology request

Charles 654; Mitchelson 654 Resignation request

Charles 654; Filmon 654

CUMMINGS, Hon. Glen (PC, Ste. Rose) (Minister of Environment) (Minister charged with the

administration of The Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Act, The Jobs Fund Act)

Budget Debate 573-6

Dangerous Goods Handling and Transportation Amendment Act (Bill 82)

J r 2469; 2r 2982; R/S 5582; 3r 5633; R/A 5836

Documents Tabled Environment

Harnessing Market Forces to Support the Environment

2608 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

2430 Gold Mine - Shoal Lake

Letter to L. Bouchard (Minister of Environment) from Cummings dated May I 0, 1 989 respecting application

278 Harvesting Market Forces to Support

the Environment 2608

Environment (Supply) Opening Remarks

3054-7, 3066-7 Response

(Doer) 3057-62 (Taylor) 3062-6

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 3067-8, 3097-3 1 1 3, 3267-85, 331 2-26, 3353-72, 3 5 1 5-34,

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CUMMINGS, Hon. Glen (PC, Ste. Rose)---Cont. 361 1 -22, 3674-8, 3709-20

Minister's Salary 372 1 Environmental Advisory Organizations

Clean Environment Commission Salaries 3721

Environmental Management Environmental Control Services

Salaries 3720 Environment Amendment Act

(Bill 8 1 ) I r 2469; 2r 298 1 -2, 4894-6; R/S 5582; 3r 5626-7; R/ A 5836

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2) (Bill 4)

2r 5267-9 Highways and Transportation (Supply)

Planning and Design and Land Surveys Planning and Design

Salaries and Wages 1 233 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bill 90) c;w 4045-6, 4056-7. 4075-8

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 1 569-70, 1 650 Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment

Act (Bill 1 3) 2r 5332-4

Ministerial Statements Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting

Environmental order issued 8 1 1

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 20)

2r 3630, 377 1 -2 Oral Questions

ACRE Business participation 25 1 5 Staffing 25 1 5-6

Bankruptcies Job loss statistics 4647

Biomedical waste Disposal 5538 Safety standards 5538

Budget - Federal Impact environment programs 5578

CFB Portage Ia Prairie Closure 97 1 Compensation 1 007, 4682 Federal/Provincial meeting I 007 Government strategy 4682 Western Premiers' Conference 970- 1

Canadian Wildlife Federation Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project 1 579

Charleswood Corridor Environmental impact study 2080

Child care Centres

Environmental concerns I 1 24 Lead exposure 1 085

Workers Salaries I 082

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CUMMINGS, Hon. Glen (PC, Ste. Rose)-Cont. Child Care task force

Recommendations 1 862 China - Military violence

Manitoba's position 325 Churchill River Dam

Environmental impact study 1 523-4, 1 580, 4687

Legal intervention 1 523-4 Licensing 1 523-4, 4687 Meeting cancellation 4687 PCB spill 1 580

City of Winnipeg Act Amendments 1 582

Civil servants Performance evaluation 97 1

Conawapa Project Diesel fuel spill 3778-9 Environmental

Hearings 3587 Impact study 3583, 3877-8

Fuel tank inspection 3985 Funding, interveners 3544

Licensing stages 3583 River diversions 3587 Work stoppage request 3878

Crop Protection Institute of Canada Container fee collection 25 1 5

Drinking and Driving Legislation Justice Minister's position 3983

Ducks Unlimited Canada Corporate headquarters 4437

Economic growth Government strategy 4682

Environment Act City of Winnipeg compliance

8 1 5 , 1 345, 1 45 1 -2 Gasoline spill monitoring 3655 Implementation 8 1 5-6 Portage Ia Prairie licence 1 383-4

Environment, Department of Smokestack emission tests 5578 Staffing 2280

Environmental impact hearings Advertising 1 27 Process review 1 27

Environmental protection Policy 1 007 Provincial jurisdiction I 007

Family Services, Minister of Premier's support I 082

Federal Immigration Office Relocation 1 522-3

Federal operations Winnipeg faci lities 1 523

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Child care 1 082

Forks Renewal Corporation Court injunction - construction 5825 Environment Act

Exemption 5686-7 Violation 5825

Environmental impact study 5686

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CUMMINGS, Hon. Glen (PC, Ste. Rose)-Cont. Free Trade Agreement

Labour adjustment strategy 4707 Garrison Diversion Project

Funding 785 Impact Manitoba 784-5

Gold mine - Shoal Lake Arsenic testing 872 Correspondence

Request 205-6, 655, 732 Tabling 278

Environmental Hearings 205, 59 1 1 I mpact study 205-6, 562, 885

Tailing sample analysis 784, 885 Water protection plan 562, 73 1 -2 Water quality 59 1 1 Winnipeg Water Protection Group 591 1

Goods and services tax Corporate tax alternative 3241 Government position 3240 Housing exemption 3240 I mpact

Autopac rates 5648 Housing 3241 Small business 3240

Liberal minority report 3239 Non-profit organizations 3242 Opposition documentation 3242 Rebate indexing 3240

Goose farming Impact environment 5784

Grace Lake Water quality 4437

Hazardous materials Chemical storage

Mandatory reporting 65 1 Site identification 657

Designated materials list 65 1 -2 Disposal 60 1 Guideline review 4266 Labelling 60 1 Licensing 4267

Headingley Correctional Institute Raw sewage disposal 578 1

Health care Extended care bed report 4733 Two-tiered system 4733

Health care profession Negotiations 4732-3

Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Air quality analysis 73 1 Pollution 530, 679

Monitoring 730 Saskatchewan 679

Laboratory Centre For Disease Control Environmental impact study

26 1 3, 3 1 25-6 Manitoba Eco-Network Inc.

Funding 45 1 5-6, 4598-9 Manitoba Hazardous Waste Corporation

Chairman replacement 5690 Mandate 5888-9

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CUMMINGS, Hon. Glen (PC, Ste. Rose)-Cont. Pesticide disposal 1 7 43-4 Privatization 5889

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Accident report policy 3243 Autopac

Cyclical renewals 473 1 -2 Internal inquiry 3549-50 Merit discounts 4732 Quarterly payments 4732

Court of Queen's Bench Act Amendments 3549

General Insurance Division Divestiture 4975 Privatization 2970, 5648 Province-wide impact 297 1 Report availability 2244-5

Podolsky, Ken Compensation denial 3242, 3244 Document release 3384 I nvestigation 3244, 3384

Research and Training Centre 561 1 Manitoba Telephone System

Competition 973 Facsimile machine sales 973

Mathias Colomb Indian Band Environment Minister's meeting 5241

Mikado Mine - Bag Bay Information

Censorship 1 6 1 1 Release 1 6 1 0

Mercury contamination 1 616 Retention ponds 1 609- 1 0

Montrose School Pesticide spraying 732-3

Northern Tax Allowance Prime Minister discussion 3245

Noxious Weeds Act Amendments 733

Omands Creek development Environmental impact study

329, 1 528, 1 582 Green space protection 1 582

Orders-in-Council Release 1 083

Out-migration Government strategy 4646

PCB storage sites Regulation amendments 1 293 Safety and security 1 1 92, 1 292 Schools and hospitals 1 1 92-3 Suitability 1 1 92 Theft 1 292

Pembina River Diversion Hearing delay 5700, 5782 I mpact farming community 5700, 5782 Environment Minister's position 570 1 Environmental impact study 5782

Federal 5885 Petroleum products

Fuel tank spills Cleanup procedures 59 10- 1 Monitoring 5910

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CUMMINGS, Hon. Glen (PC, Ste. Rose}--Cont. Storage tank monitoring 3985

Pines Residential Development Environmental impact study

2080-1 ' 3076-7 Premier Gary Filmon

Federal/Provincial relations I 008 Premier's staff

Salary cap I 083 Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project

Agreement 2280, 4284 Construction

Delay 4026 Suspension 4228, 4336-7

Design changes 4397 Draft agreement 4336 Environmental

Hearing process 272 Impact study 272, 783, 1 007, 4083, 4336-7

External Affairs intervention 4026 Government position 4396-7 Legal compliance 473 1 Legal intervention 4083, 4284-5 Licence suspension 4228 Operation startup 4730 Review, independent 4284-5 U.S. Corps of Engineers report 4026 Water

Quality standards 2280 Retention 4 7 3 1

Red River City of Winnipeg 221 3-4 Management plan 1 425

Repap Manitoba Inc. Environmental impact study - U.S. 2473 Cutting areas 1 27-8 Emission standards 5536 Environmental

I mpact hearings 1 26-7 Licensing 4436-7, 4900

Suspension request 5535-6 Lobbying 4900

Phase 2 approval 4340 Swan River plant 4340

Ridd, Karen Arrest - El Salvador 2986

Riverbank development Environmental impact study 5702

Shell Canada Limited Environment Act violations 3655

Silica-Sand Plant Environmental impact study 1 5 1

Solvit Resources Inc. Clean-up procedures 867 Fire Commissioner's report 1 449 Hazardous material

Handling I 009 Dumping 867

Investigation 867 Independent I 008- 10

MPIC claim status 4266 Plant capacity 1 449 Public inquiry 1 449

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CUMMINGS, Hon. Glen (PC, Ste. Rose}--Cont. Stubble and peat burning

Government strategy 1 1 94 Health hazards 1 1 94 Regulations 1 1 94, 1 860

Sustainable Development, International Institute for

Funding, federal Commitment 4269 Negotiations 4269

Site announcement 4268 Water protection plan

Initiatives 1 524 Legislation - Federal 886 Shoal Lake 1 1 6 1 -2

West Broadway Day Care Centre Lead exposure I 085, 1 2 1 3

Winnipeg Water Protection Group Crown corporation 208 1 Funding 784, 1 578, 1 6 1 6

Workplace Safety and Health Regulation amendments 658

Ozone Depleting Substances Act ( Bill 83)

I r 2509; 2r 3 1 45-6, 3770- 1 , 4424-5; R/S 5582; 3r 566 1 ; R/ A 5837

Points of Order P /0 by Alcock respecting words

"fear mongers" (Cummings) 1 6 1 6; withdrawn voluntarily (Cummings) 1 6 1 6

P J O by Rocan respecting words "and then to attack my integrity is bloody ridiculous" (Cummings) referencing Storie 7 3 1 ; withdrawal requested 73 1 ; withdrawn (Cummings) 73 1

P /0 by Taylor respecting imputation of motives (Cummings) 37 1 3 ; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 37 1 3 Private Members' Business

Resolutions Environmentally Acceptable Packaging

4558-60 Selkirk Landing Project 501 1 -3 VIA Rail 5565-7

Rural Development (Supply) Manitoba Water Services Board

Other Expenditures 2 1 05-6 Sessional Papers

Clean Environment Commission Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

59 1 0 Manitoba Environmental Council

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

342 Manitoba Hazardous Waste Management Corporation

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

863

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CUMMINGS, Hon. Glen (PC, Ste. Rosej.--Cont. Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

5607 Messages . Lieutenant-Governor

Recommending Bill 83 2509

Recommending Bill 84 2509

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 1 00)

2r 5895-5900 Throne Speech Debate

1 06- 1 0 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 88 1 -2 Effects on Manitobans 1 095-6

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 055-6

Waste Reduction and Prevention and Consequential Amendment Act (Bill 84)

l r 2509; 2r 26 1 4; R/S 594 1 ; R/A 5957

Curtis, Charles Vanier Medal recipient

Alcock 969-70; Doer 970; Manness 969 See also Privilege, Matters of

Czettisch, Orla See Air ambulances - Access policy

D-Day Anniversary Chornopyski 350; Enns 350; Uruski 350

DCC Equities See LynnGold Resources Inc.

Dacquay, Louise Appointment, Policy Advisor

Ducharme 4 1 40- 1 ; Lamoureux 4 1 40-1

Daley, Mary Emergency shelter

Ducharme 48 1 8; Gaudry 48 1 8; Oleson 48 1 8

Dangerous Goods Handling and Transportation Amendment Act (Bill 82)

I r Cummings 2469; 2r Cummings 2982; Taylor 4965-8; R/S 5582; 3r Cowan 563 1 -3; Cummings 5632-3; Harapiak 5628-9; Taylor 5629-3 1 ; R/A 5836

Dauphin General Hospital Quick-response team

Ashton 5 5 1 9; Derkach 55 1 9

Day Care See Child Care

Day surgery Program expansion

Carstairs 4 1 7; Orchard 4 1 7

47

Decentralization Announcement

Carr 3 1 63; Filmon 3 1 63 Civil servant options

Filmon 32 19-20; Gray 32 19-20; Hammond 32 19

Correspondence Branch Derkach 59 1 3-4; Yeo 591 3·4

Employee options Downey 59 1 4; Gray 59 1 4

Frontier School Division Derkach 575 1 ; Yeo 575 1

Hiring policy Carstairs 5838, 5840, 5882; Derkach 5882; Filmon 5838-40

I mpact Families

Carstairs 5840; Filmon 5840· 1 Women

Gray 5842; Hammond 5842-3 MGEA consultations

Carstairs 5839-40; Filmon 5839-40 Management notification

Carstairs 5882-3; Derkach 5882-3 Manitoba Literacy Office

Manness 5842; Yeo 5842 Manitoba Textbook Bureau

Filmon 5842; Manness 5842; Yeo 5842 Notice of Intent

Downey 59 1 5; Gray 5843, 59 14-5; Hammond 5843

Office locations Carstairs 5839; Filmon 5839

Relocation criteria Doer 584 1 ; Hammond 5841

Rural services Carstairs 1 74 1-2; Penner 207, 1 74 1 -2, 2969; Plohman 2969; Roch 206· 7

Tabling request Carr 3 1 6 1 -2; Filmon 3 162

Teacher Certification Branch Carstairs 5882; Derkach 5882

Transfer notice Carr 3 1 6 1 -2; Filmon 3 1 6 1 -2

Unemployment statistics Doer 584 1 ·2; Filmon 5845; Hammond 584 1 -2; Plohman 5845

Vital Statistics Branch Gray 5843; Oleson 5843

Wrongful dismissal analysis Carstairs 5883; McCrae 5883

Deer Lodge Hospital Acute care beds

Cheema 1 1 59; Doer 5442-3; Filmon 5443; Orchard 1 1 59

Extended care beds Ashton 3 1 27 -8; Carstairs 32 17, 4060, 4225, 4728; Cheema 48 1 5, 4863; Derkach 4728; Doer 3073; Filmon 3 1 27-8, 48 1 5 ; Orchard 3073, 3 2 1 7, 4060, 4225, 4863

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Delta Marsh Revitalization

Connery 1 99

Dependants Relief Act (Bill 47)

I r McCrae 1 444; 2r Edwards 5077-8; McCrae 1 975-7; R/S McCrae 5939; 3r 5943; R/ A 5957

DERKACH, Hon. Leonard (PC, Roblin-Rossell)

(Minister of Education and Training) Agriculture (Supply)

Agriculture Research University of Manitoba - Grant 1 555-6

Documents Tabled Education and Training

Boards and Committees 4758 Compensatory grants 4997 Developmental Services Worker

Diploma program outline 4997 Distance education status of field

based projects 4997 Independent schools - grants 4997 Literacy programs funding criteria

4997 New initiative programs funded 4929 Regional Services Branch

Manitoba small schools 484 1 Research and Planning Branch

Projects and surveys 470 1 Schools Finance Branch

M iscellaneous grants 484 1 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

40 1 9 Partners for People

A Human Resource Adjustment and Development Strategy for the 1 990s

2508 Winnipeg Education Centre

Coopers and Lybrand Consulting Group Report

48 1 4 Education Administration Amendment Act

(Bill 60) I r 205 1 ; 2r 3859; R/S 5940; R/ A 5957

Education and Training (Supply) Opening Remarks

4626-30 Response

(Storie) 4632-6 (Yeo) 4630-2

Administration and Finance Administration and Professional Certification

Salaries 4753-8 Executive Support

Other Expenditures 4636-7, 4698-4700 Salaries 4636

Financial Services Salaries 4705

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DERKACH, Hon. Leonard (PC, Roblin-Russell)-Cont. Personnel Services

Salaries 4704-5 Research and Planning

Other Expenditures 4703-4 Salaries 4700-3

Bureau de ! 'education Franaise Division Administration

Salaries 5059-60 Library and Materials Production

Other Expenditures 5060 Expenditures Related to Capital

Acquisition/Construction of Physical Assets 5060-3

Financial Support - Schools General Support Grants 4798 Miscellaneous Grants 4798 School Grants and Other Assistance

4758-73, 4797-8 Post-Secondary, Adult and Continuing Education and Training

Adult and Continuing Education Grants 4932

Assiniboine Community College Salaries 4927-8

Co-operative Training Salaries 4930

Executive Support/Skills Development Job Training for Tomorrow 4854 Labour Market Policy 4849 New Careers - North 4849-53 New Careers - South 4854

Keewatin Community College Salaries 4928-30

Market Driven Training Other Expenditures 5001 Salaries 4935-9, 4996-5001

Northern Development Agreement Canada-Manitoba - Post-Secondary Career Development

Salaries 493 1 Post-Secondary Career Development Southern Programs

Salaries 4933-5 Red River Community College

Salaries 4854-9, 4924-7 Special Programs

Salaries 500 I Student Aid

Salaries 4930- 1 Student Aid Appeal Board

Salaries 493 1 Program Development Support Services

Canada-Manitoba Winnipeg Core Area Renewed Agreement - Education Development

Grants 4849 Child Care and Development

Salaries 4808- 1 2 Curriculum Development and Implementation

Other Expenditures 4 799-4805

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DERKACH, Hon. Leonard (PC, Roblin-Russeii)---Cont. Distance Education and Technology

Salaries 4843-7 Division Administration

Other Expenditures 4798 Salaries 4799

Inner-City Education Initiative Other Expenditures 4848

Instructional Resources Salaries 484 1 -2

Manitoba School for the Deaf Salaries 4808

Native Education Salaries 4805-7

Regional Services Other Expenditures 4847-8

Statutory Boards and Commissions Other Statutory Boards and Commissions

4758 Teachers' Retirement Allowances Fund

4758 Universities Grants Commission

Salaries 5001 -7, 5029-45 Electoral Divisions Amendment Act

(Bill I I ) 2r 802-3

Ministerial Statements Partners for People

Skills Development Strategy Paper 2508

Non-Political Statements Canada Day Poster Contest 5540 Mcilwain, Kelsey

International Computer Problem-Solving Contest winner 3856-7

People Transportation Safety Week 1 9 1 9 Ukrainian Christmas 4088-9

Oral Questions Affirmative Action

Northern programs 1 1 93 Air ambulances

Access policy 8 1 7 Appointments, political

Education, Department of 973 Assiniboine Community College

Discrimination 2968, 3 1 28 Bill C-3 1 - Senate Committee

Manitoba representation 5 1 53 Child care

Training programs 277-8, 346-7 Legislative requirements 307

Community colleges Administrative appointments 2684 Advisory Committee recommendations 2684

Conawapa Project Employment training program 2649 Native training programs 3585

Creative Retirement Manitoba Funding, education program 868

Dauphin General Hospital Quick-response team 55 1 9

Decentralization

49

DERKACH, Hon. Leonard (PC, Roblin-Russeii)---Cont. Correspondence Branch 59 1 3-4 Frontier School Division 5751 Hiring policy 5882 Management notification 5882-3 Teacher Certification Branch 5882

Deer Lodge Hospital Extended care beds 4 728

Drinking and Driving Initiative Education programs 1 430

Eastwood School - Thompson, Man. Open area classrooms 5 1 56

Economic growth Labour skills training 4065-6

Education, Assistant Deputy Minister of Termination 97 1

Education availability Special needs 655 Unequal opportunity 655

Education, Department of Review releases 3946

Education - High School Committee representation 5608 Government strategy 5607-8 Report costs 5607-8 Report release 5608

Education, Minister of Liberal meeting request 3855-6

Education system Administrators

Cross-cultural seminars 4899 School year length 4899, 541 6 Transportation grants 4899

Educational facilities Capital projects 1 30, 275, 527-8 Child care spaces 3820, 387 1 Inadequate space 1 30 Inkster constituency 4903

Educational materials Selection criteria 2 1 56

Free Trade Agreement Labour adjustment

Funding 1 1 25 Strategy 1 1 25, 4646

Gloria School - Hong Kong Departmental study 2645 Deputy Minister's visit 2646 Government

Expense 2650 I nvolvement 2645

Monitoring 2646 Manitoba teachers 2650 Opening date 2650

Goods and services tax Impact labour 2688-9 Labour adjustment strategy 2689

Handicapped children Educational facilities 452, 472 Mainstreaming 472, 678 Transitional committee 785

Harold Edwards School Status 275

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DERKACH, Hon. Leonard (PC, Roblin-Russeli)-Cont.

Head injuries Community-based programs 729 Services 729

Health care Education 95 Extended care beds 4729

Report 4728 Funding

Out-of-province treatment 3546 High School Review

Implementation committee report 3726 Recommendations 3945-6

Dropout rate 3726-7 Human rights education

Curriculum 27, 382 Development 4866, 4970

Pilot program amendments 4970 I l literacy task force

Recommendations 973 Instructor decertification

Financial compensation 2683 Relocation assistance 2683 Sexual abuse charges 2683

Job Training Advisory Committee Non-profit organizations 680

Job Training for Tomorrow Statistics 680

Keewatin Community College Affirmative action 1 1 93 Staff reductions 1 1 93

Labour skills training Initiatives 2245 Retraining 4647 Strategy 3632

Ladco land development deal Educational facilities 1 30

Laureate Academy Funding 273

Literacy programs Funding 1 346, 1 383 Seniors' needs 1 0 1 3

Manitoba Literacy Council Granting policy 1 346, 1 383

Margaret Scott School Parents' meetings 4688 Structural damage 4685-6 Upgrading 4688

Municipal Hospitals Upgrading funds 4728

Native education Government initiatives 5979-80 Instruction, language of 60 1 5

Northern Development Agreement Negotiations 2 1 58 Northern education funding 4 1 9 1 -2

Northern education Government support 1 866 Professional recruitment 3 1 29

Northern health care Quick-response team 5520

Northern Tax Allowance

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50

DERKACH, Hon. Leonard (PC, Roblin-Russeii)-Cont. Impact education system 3 1 29

Northern Training Employment Agency Cutbacks 2245, 2249 Discriminatory decisions 22 1 0 Job protection 2209, 2242 Mandate 2245 Staffing 2209, 2242

Ophthalmology program Implementation 5887

Parent-Child Centres Funding 2306-7, 2824 Study 2306

Pharmacard system Implementation 5886

Pharmacare Deductible increase 5886

Portage Ia Prairie Labour adjustment strategy 1 1 25

Post-secondary education Admission policy 2968, 3 1 28

Prince Charles School Closure 452, 47 1

Psychogeriatric care Training programs 2056

Psychogeriatric Planning Committee Report recommendations 2056

Public Schools Act Private schools 4341 Sexual abuse investigations 243 1 -3 Teacher certification 2432-3

Public Schools Finance Board Eastwood School - Thompson, Man. 5 1 55 Mandate 452, 528, 566-7, 4733 Objectives 4686-7 Project submissions 567

Red River Community College Cross-cultural policy 4900 Governance committee 5 1 1 6 Racism complaint 4900, 5 1 1 6

Procedure 5 1 1 6 Regional centres 275 Student affairs 2684

Robert H. Smith School Child care spaces 3820, 387 1 -2, 3945

Schools, private Accountability 1 864

Guidelines 676 Child abuse investigation 4340- 1 Discipline 4340- 1 Course assessment 1 864 Financial statements 676 Funding

Analysis 5649, 59 1 2 Audit request 273-4, 309 Formula 5649, 5785 Moratorium 5649-50 Withdrawal 5883-4

Sexual abuse 4598 Schools, public

Funding 309, 4898-9 Privatization 892

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DERKACH, Hon. Leonard (PC, Roblin-Russeii)--Conl.

Schools, rural Library services 2 1 56

Seniors' education programs Co-ordination 868 Funding 868

Sexual abuse Child Protection Centre 29 1 7 False accusation protection 29 1 7 Instructor decertification 291 7-8

Sisler-Rosser Committee Meeting request 4904

Social assistance Lunch program 605

Special needs children Advisory committee report 243 Funding 243, 676

Accountability 244, 309 Schools, private 243, 273

Literacy programs 973 Speech pathologists

Educational incentives 3984 Student assistance 3589-90

Speech therapist shortages Government initiatives 2989 Policy statement 2989 Recruitment 2989

Substance abuse Availability 465 1 Compulsory education program

406 1 , 4650, 4652 Counselling programs 4650

Teaching profession Binding arbitration 3489

Thompson General Hospital Quick-response team 5 5 19-20

Unemployment rate Manitoba statistics 3632-3

University Act Amendments 1 86 1 -2

Universities Grants Commission Child care degree program 278, 346

University of Manitoba Board of Governors

Student representation 1 86 1 Infrastructure repairs 1 687 Steam tunnel collapse 1 687

Whiteshell School Division Privatization 891

Winnipeg Education Centre Construction 2825, 2533, 47 1 2 Funding 47 1 2 Minister's position 5535 Native instructors 47 1 1 Review tabling request 2533, 45 1 6

Winnipeg School Board Schoolyard pesticide spraying 732

Winnipeg School Division Enrollment projections 4733-4 Funding 5 1 57, 5649, 59 1 2 Minister's meeting 5 1 56-7 Reconstruction policy 4688

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DERKACH, Hon. Leonard (PC, Roblin-Russeii)--Cont.

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Health Ombudsman 4 1 1 1 -3 Northern University, establishment of

2573-5 Public Schools Amendment Act

(Bill 59) l r 205 1 ; 2r 265 1 -2; R/S 5940; R/A 5957

Sessional Papers Education

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 46 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

5882 Public Schools Finance Board

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

1 423 Teachers' Retirement Allowances Fund Board

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

969 University of Brandon

Annual Financial Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 423 University of Manitoba

Annual Financial Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 423 University of Winnipeg

Annual Financial Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 423 Throne Speech Debate

1 1 5-20 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

LynnGold Resources Inc. Intervention to prevent closure 2263-5

Native education Post-secondary funding 3 1 8-20

VIA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4326-7

Dimar Training Systems Defensive driver training

A. Driedger 1 53 1 -2; Plohman 1 53 1 -2

Discrimination complaint Polo Park Shopping Mall

Downey 1 33; Harper 1 33

Documents Tabled Affirmative Action

Information package Hammond 4606

Letter from D. Scaletta ( MPIC) to G. Marshall

Gray 2057 Agriculture

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Documents Tabled-Cont. Agri-Food Projects summary

Findlay 1 640 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Findlay 522 Address for Papers (No. 4) Return

November 2, 1 988 McCrae 24 1

Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Orchard 1 5 2 1 Anesthetists

Manitoba statistics Cheema 3728

Arts Policy Review Committee Brochure

Mitchelson 5533 Bill C-21

Letter from P. Savoie (Senate of Canada) respecting attendance before Committee Carstairs 5 1 53

Bill No. 42 Letter from D. Smith (Winnipeg Real Estate Board)

to Ducharme Doer 5821

Memo from L. Rosenberg (Property Manager's Association) to T. Lewicki ( Manitoba Real Estate Association) Doer 582 1

Bill No. 90 Speaking notes Committee of the Whole

Manness 4037 Breast Cancer

Statistics - 1 988 Orchard 2927

Burns Meats List of employees confirming Edwards' statements

Edwards 55 1 6 Child Care Task Force Report

Oleson 30 Churchill Rocket Range

Feasibility study Ernst 1 860

College of Physicians and Surgeons Memo respecting immigrant physicians

Orchard 2 1 86 Conawapa Project

Environmental impact study work plan Enns 2687

Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Connery 2238 Culture, Heritage and Recreation

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review

52

Documents Tabled-Cont. 1 989-90 Estimates

Mitchelson 1 860 Day care centres

Space expansion Oleson 4540

Decentralization Article from Opasquia Times respecting Carstairs

position Downey 59 1 4

Education and Training Boards and Committees information

Derkach 4758 Compensatory grants

Derkach 4997 Developmental Services Worker Diploma program outline

Derkach 4997 Distance education status of field based projects

Derkach 4997 Independent schools - grants

Derkach 4997 Literacy programs funding criteria

Derkach 4997 New initiative programs funded

Derkach 4929 Regional Services Branch Manitoba small schools

Derkach 484 1 Research and Planning Branch Projects and surveys

Derkach 4 70 I Schools Finance Branch Miscellaneous grants

Derkach 484 1 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Derkach 40 1 9 Energy and Mines

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Neufeld 3069 Environment

Harnessing Market Forces to Support the Environment

Cummings 2608 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Cummings 2430 Family Services

List of former and replacement staff Gray 1 1 20

Organization chart, October 1 989 and memos relating to

Oleson 4097-8 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Oleson 363 1 Finance

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Documents Tabled-Cont. Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Manness 3069, 4284 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review Compendium of Departmental Estimates 1 989-90 Estimates

Manness 3069 Fire, Fire

Activity book Orchard 2927

Flood forecast - 1 990 Enns 55 1 3

Free Trade Agreement Remarks by J. Lafake, Chair of the House of

Representatives Committee on Small Business Kozak 3 1 68

French Language Services Manitoba policy

Filmon 2527 Gas inspection policy

Hansard extract, Order-in-Council and schedule Harapiak 4508

Gold Mine - Shoal Lake Letter to L. Bouchard (Minister of Environment) from Cummings dated May I 0, 1 989 respecting application

Cummings 278 Goods and services tax

Letter to Wilson dated August 1 4, 1 989 respecting concerns

Manness 1 1 65 Government Services

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

A. Driedger 439 1 Health

Annual audit plan 1 989/90 Orchard 2352

Letter from T.R. Edwards (MHSC) to E.W. Hawkins respecting construction of Dauphin Public Health Building

Orchard 1 605 Letter from V. Chernecki (MONA) respecting bed closures

Ashton 3075 Letter to Director of Nursing (HSC) from Beverly Murdoch respecting environmental concerns at Women's Pavilion

Hemphill 1 429 Letter to Marc Beaudry (HSC) dated February 6, 1 989 from Carol Murdzak respecting environmental concerns at Women's Pavilion

Hemphill 1 380 Review of Rehabilitation Services in Manitoba (Dr. W. MacDiarmid)

Orchard 1 777 Supplementary Information

53

Documents Tabled-Cont. for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Orchard 1 079 Time for Excellence Survey results

Orchard 4025 Health Advisory Network

Interim report on extended care beds Carstairs 4 728

Health Sciences Centre Extract from 1 989-90 Budget

Doer 1 5 1 Hepatitis

Response to questions (Supply) Orchard 2927

Highways and Transportation Churchill, Manitoba Correspondence by parties pertaining to MERC

Mandrake 1 628 Construction program 1 989-90

A. Driedger 560 Dauphin By-pass Cost of land acquisition

A. Driedger 1 454 Flight hours and mileage by Department December 1 988

A. Driedger 1 39 1 Flight hours and mileage by Department December 1 989

A. Driedger 1 3 9 1 Highways illuminated list 1 988/89 and 1 989/90

A. Driedger 1 39 1 P R 246 Cost of land acquisition

A. Driedger 1 454 PTH 1 00 at Portage Avenue Cost of land acquisition

A. Driedger 1 454, 2992 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

A. Driedger 560 Transportation and Highway Safety Communique from annual conference of Minister

A. Driedger 1 300 Housing

Speaking notes - Estimates Ducharme 3497

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Ducharme 32 1 6 Housing Ministers' Conference

Minister's opening remarks, July 1 989 Ducharme 3682

Hypertension, pregnancy induced Community-based management

Orchard 2586 I mmunization

Information for physicians

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Documents Tabled-Coni. Orchard 2927

Leaflets respecting monitoring system Orchard 2927

I mpaired Driving Letters between J. Pollock and McCrae respecting

compensation for personal injuries and vehicle damage Edwards 3983

Industry, Trade and Tourism Advertisement promoting good labour-management

relations Ashton 5239

Subsidies and Trade Remedies Notes for Working Group

Ernst 3 1 66 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Ernst 3327 John Bruce Lands

Memo to Saul Shubert from Gary Julius dated December 5, 1 988

Ducharme 303 Justice

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

McCrae 48 1 4 Labour

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Hammond 3327 Labour Management Review Committee

Letter to Campbell from Connery dated March 2, 1 989 re: transportation provision

Ashton 1 1 95 Labour Market

Scotiabank forecast for 1 990 Doer 4393

Toronto Dominion Bank forecast Doer 4393

Ladco Company Limited Joint Venture Agreement with M HRC dated May I I , 1 989

Ducharme 90 Laureate Academy

Letter dated March 1 7, 1 989 respecting new education funding

Storie 273 Lyme disease

Response to questions (Supply) Orchard 2927

LynnGold Resources Inc. Letter from I. Haugh to R. Buchan (Dynamic

Capital Corporation) respecting offer to LynnGold Neufeld 3724

Machray Day Nursery I nc. Letter to Filmon dated September 1 8, 1 989 respecting invitation to spend a day as a child care worker

54

Documents Tabled-Cont. Wasylycia-Leis 1038

MacLaren Plansearch Letter to Environment Control Division dated May 1 2, 1 989 Re: Environmental study (Manfor)

Angus 1 26 Manitoba Child Care Association

Letter to Derkach dated May 3 1 , 1 989 respecting funding for child care degree program

Wasylycia-Leis 278 Manitoba Civil Service Commission

Audit - Terms of reference Hammond 4606

Speaking notes - Estimates Hammond 4606

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Hammond 38 1 3 Manitoba Data Services

List of confidential files L.S. Evans 4866

Manitoba Eco-Network Letter from J .Dubois to Cummings respecting

funding Taylor 4598

Manitoba Environmental Research Ctte. Developing Churchill's potential

Mandrake 1 628 Manitoba Health Services Commission

Capital Program 1 989-90 Orchard 3069

Memo respecting computerized monitoring cards Doer 5576

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Orchard I 079 Manitoba Hydro

Perspectives 2000 Neufeld 5300

Rebate coupon (English only) Gaudry 2382

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission Letter from G. Bunt (Diashowa Industries)

respecting bag producing contract Doer 4338

Manitoba Medical Association Minister of Health's speaking notes

Ashton 4599 Manitoba Seniors Directorate

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Downey 2206 Manitoba Status of Women

Speaking notes - Estimates Hammond 4783

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

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Documents Tabled-Cont. Hammond 38 1 3

Manitoba Veterinary Medical Association Materials respecting supply of anabolic steroids

Orchard 206 Manitoba Water Services Board

Cash flow forecast Penner 2 1 07

Man-Ont Interconnection Facilities Agreement System Participation Agreement

Filmon 358 1 Medical Officer of Health

Position description, standards Orchard 2825

Meech Lake Accord Report of the Manitoba Task Force

Filmon 2073 Message Lieutenant-Governor

Recommending Bill (No. 27) Manness 4 1 5

Minenko, Mark Committees Chairmanship Whole House and Deputy Speaker resignation

Rocan 8 Motion Picture Projectionists Union

Letter from G. Mironuk to Hammond respecting licensing Ashton 45 1 5

National Child Care Staffing Study Who Cares? Child Care Teachers and the Quality of

Care in America Wasylycia-Leis 2006

National Safety Code for Commercial Trucks and Buses

A. Driedger 1 627 National Safety Code Standards

Manitoba A. Driedger 1 627

Natural Resources Speaking notes - Estimates

Enns 4822 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Enns 48 1 4 Non-Profit Housing

Schedule to Order-in-Council, Hansard extract

Lamoureux 1 784 North Portage Development Corporation

Memo from Ducharme to Manness respecting audit

Ducharme 486 1 Northern Affairs

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Downey 34 1 8 Northern States Power Exchange Agreement

Neufeld 3069

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Documents Tabled-Cont. Northern Tax Allowance

Letter from M. Wilson to Manness respecting input on task force Manness 2339

Oak Hammock Conservation Centre Draft paper respecting Ducks Unlimited Canada

headquarters Harapiak 5614

Off-Road Vehicles Article respecting accidents in a northern community

Mandrake 2532 Ontario Coalition for Better Daycare

Letter from L. Rothman to Filmon Wasylycia-Leis 1 9 1 4

Partners for Health Policy Paper dated May 1 989

Orchard 203 Partners for People

A Human Resource Adjustment and Development Strategy for the 1 990s Derkach 2508

Personal Care Homes Minnedosa Tribune article quoting Carstairs,

November 22, 1 989 Carstairs 4728

Physician Work force in Canada Provincial Territorial Conference of Ministers of

Health Orchard 2322

Population statistics December 1 8, 1 989

Alcock 3874 Position descriptions

Executive Director, Operations for Social Services Operations in Department of Community Services Orchard 2825

Premier Personnel Letter to Wasylycia-Leis respecting funding

Wasylycia-Leis 4290 Prenatal education

Review of Manitoba enrollment - 1 988 Orchard 269 1

Property taxes Correspondence respecting court decision (Treaty Indians)

Penner 1 943 Provincial Auditor

Letter dated June I , 1 989 from Storie respecting misuse of special needs funding

Storie 273 Provincial Tax Comparison

October I , 1 989 Manness 4284

RRAP Program Letter from A. Redway respecting program cuts

Ducharme 3682 Racist lapel pins

Letter from Hemphill to Human Rights Commission respecting sale restraint Hemphill 4648

Racist poster

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Documents Tabled-Cont. Notice declaring "open season on Indians"

Harper 465 1 Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project

Draft summary of initial environmental evaluation by Environment Canada

Harapiak 349 Summary of adverse environmental impacts

Harapiak 349 Rape examinations

Letter from Dr. Dittberner to W. Grieger respecting Selkirk and District General Hospital policy Charles 4 1 9 1

Repap Enterprises Ltd. Final sale agreement

Manness 1 0 Rural Development

Capital debt positions Penner 1 943

Provincial Planning Branch Projects Penner 2 1 0 1

Supplementary information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Penner 1 424 Rural Development Institute

Brandon University, Memorandum of Agreement

Penner 1 8 1 6 Society for Manitobans with Disabilities

Letter respecting funding Wasylycia-Leis 5094

Solvit Resources Inc. Fire Commissioner's report

Hammond 4 1 33 List of wastes received in 1 989

Doer 4 1 89 Speech pathology

Letter from E. Romancik respecting services to preschool children Cheema 25 1 3

Sport Directorate Expenditure summary

Ernst 4530 Status of Women in Manitoba

Action plan in response to policy Hammond 58 1 7

Statement of Government policy Hammond 58 1 7

Substance abuse Receipt for rubbing alcohol

Wasylycia-Leis 5686 Tax reductions

Correspondence between federal and provincial finance departments

Manness 377 The Pas Indian Band

Agreement re: establishment of band run gaming commission

Downey 4 1 33 Thompson General Hospital

Memo respecting nursing staff shortage

56

Documents Tabled-Cont. Ashton 4269

Tuberculosis Pamphlet in Cree

Orchard 2927 United Power Association Diversity

Exchange Agreement Neufeld 3069

Urban Affairs Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

Ernst 1 837 VIA Rail cutbacks

Letters from A. Driedger to Federal Government offices

A. Driedger 1 386 Letters from A. Driedger to Mr. Bouchard dated October 4, 1 989

A. Driedger 1 576 Liberal Party submission to federal liberal task force

Mandrake 1 455 Village at Portage Place

Affidavit of Gary John Julius Carr 5046

Western Diversification Office Oriented Strand Board Project Briefing paper

Doer 1 4 Winnipeg Education Centre

Coopers and Lybrand Consulting Group Report

Derkach 48 1 4 Winnipeg-Winger Co-ordination Agreement

Neufeld 3069 Winnserv Inc.

Letter from Oleson dated February 1 7 , 1 989 Re: fee adjustments

Gray 56 Letter to Oleson dated May 1 2, 1 989 Re: fee adjustments

Gray 56 Written Question (No. 3) Reply

November 2, 1 988 McCrae 24 1

DOER, Gary (NDP, Concordia) Beverage Container Act

(Bill 1 0) 2r 2962-3, 3208-9

Budget Debate 385-91

City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (Bill 32)

2r 2286-90 Constitution Amendment, 1 987

5994-8 Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)

Administration and Finance

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DOER, Gary (NDP, Concordia)-Cont. Minister's Salary 3024-6

Corporate Affairs Insurance Branch

Salaries 2862-6 Documents Tabled

Bill No. 42 Letter from D. Smith (Winnipeg Real Estate Board) to Ducharme

5821 Memo from L. Rosenberg ( Property Manager's Association) to T. Lewicki (Manitoba Real Estate Association)

5821 Health Sciences Centre

Extract from 1 989-90 Budget ! 5 1

Labour market Scotiabank forecast for 1 990

4393 Toronto Dominion Bank forecast

4393 Manitoba Health Services Commission

Memo respecting computerized monitoring cards

5576 Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Letter from G.Bunt (Diashowa Industries) respecting bag producing contract

4338 Solvit Resources Inc.

List of wastes received in 1 989 4 1 89

Western Diversification Office Oriented Strand Board Project Briefing paper

1 4 Electoral Divisions Amendment Act

(Bill I I ) 2r 790

Environment (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Cummings) 3054-7, 3066-7 Response

3057-62 (Taylor) 3062-6

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27)

2r 1 8 50-5 Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to

Protect the (Bill 1 6) I r 3 1 ; 2r 4388-9; R/S 5939; R/ A 5957

House Business Adjournment Motion 5949-52

Industry, Trade and Tourism (Supply) Administration and Finance

Fitness Directorate Other Expenditures 4534-5 Salaries 4530- 1

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

2r 901 -4

Hansard Index

57

DOER, Gary (NDP, Concordia)-Cont. Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bill 90) 2r 3957-60

Labour Relations Amendment Act (Bill 3 1 )

2r 2454-8, 3 1 30- 1 ; (Hoist Motion) 5253-9

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 3456-62, 34 70 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Amendment Act (Bill 1 3) 2r 775-7

Ministerial Statements Advisory Council on Agri-Food

I mpacts of Change Response 2527

Bedson, Derek Death of former Clerk of Executive Council of Manitoba

Response 1 0 Curtis, Charles

Vanier Medal recipient Response 970

Drinking and Driving Legislation Implementation

Response 243 1 Manitoba Hydro

Ontario Hydro Agreement Response 358 1 -2

Manitoba Telephone System Jurisdictional control

Response 1 965 Service for the Future Program

Response 2377 Meech Lake Accord

Manitoba Task Force Report Response 2073-4

Provincial Court backlog elimination Response 4080- 1

St. Boniface General Hospital World Health Organization Collaborating Centre

Response 3488 M unicipal Assessment and Consequential

Amendments Act (Bill 79) 2r 3800-2

Non-Political Statements Ahluwalia, Karter

Run for the Children Marathon 1 1 27 Benham, Donald

Winnipeg Sun Reporter 1 0 1 4 China - Military violence 82 1 Edwards, Duane

1 990 Labatt Tankard Provincial Men's Curling Championship team 5 1 76

Espineli, Sally Return to Canada 541 9

Mandela, Nelson Prison release 5 1 84

Manitoba Government Employees' Assoc. All Charities Campaign 1 1 64

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DOER, Gary (NDP, C'oncordia)-Cont. Manitoba Winter Games 5788 McKenzie, Debbie and Lars Sharp

Marriage congratulations 978 Season's Greetings 4067 Seniors' Month 279 United Nations Declaration of Human

Rights, 4 1 st Anniversary 3658-9 Oral Questions

A I DS Education

Misconceptions 934 Reporting

Confidentiality 933-4 Amtrak shuttle service

Justification 2209 Bill 42

Lobby groups 582 1 -2 Standing committee referral 5750-1 Winnipeg Real Estate Board 5821

Budget Economic development 305 Fiscal Stabilization Fund 345 Health care funding 378-80 Job creation 345 Manufacturing equipment tax 328 Secrecy 328

Budget - Federal Impact

Health care 541 8-9, 5441 Labour force 5442

Native Communication Network 5479 Transfer payments 5359-60

CFB Portage Ia Prairie Closure reversal 2732

Cadham Provincial Laboratory Infectious material storage 3982

Canada Pension Plan Clawbacks 1 2 1 2-3

Canada-U.S.S.R. trade Port of Churchill usage 2988

Cardiac care U .S. treatment 5 1 54 Waiting period 1 5 1 -2

Child care Federal strategy 2733 Funding, federal 2076 Humphrey, Mary - Removal 1 1 22 Long-range planning 1 840 Maintenance grants 1 1 2 1 -2 Walkout

Conciliation 1 839 Government initiatives 1 862-3

Child Care Task Force Recommendations 1 839, 1 862

Concordia Hospital Extended care beds 3072 Personal care beds 48 1 7

Core Area Agreement Corydon Avenue project 5277 Reallocation 5276-7

Decentralization Relocation criteria 5841

Hansard Index

58

DOER, Gary (NDP, C'oncordia)--Cont. Unemployment statistics 584 1 - 2

Deer Lodge Hospital Acute care beds 5442-3 Extended care beds 3073, 5 1 1 5

ERDA Agreements Northern education 5 1 54

Economic growth Cultural development agreements 4684-5 Federal-provincial agreements 4685 Full-time employment decline 3633 Government initiatives

28 19-20, 2920- 1 , 3873, 4394, 4709- 10 Job creation 2820, 3634, 4684, 4708-9 National rate 3633 Provincial rate 4393 Treasury Board meeting 4393

El Salvador External Affairs intervention 2987 Government condemnation 2988

Emergency Measures Organization Regulation amendments 600- 1

Energy and Mines, Minister of Competence 3588-9 Ontario Hydro agreement signing 3588

Environment Act City of Winnipeg compliance

8 1 5, 1 345 Implementation 8 1 5-6 Portage Ia Prairie licence 1 383-4

Environment, Department of Staffing 2280

Family Services, Department of Humphrey, Mary - Removal 1 426

Federal Communications Minister Resignation request 2053-4

Federal equalization payments Reductions 406 1 -2

Federal expenditures Review 26 1 1

Federal/Provincial programs Departmental memo 5360

Federal/ Provincial relations Premier's involvement 4062

Final Offer Selection Impact study

Labour Minister's position 45 1 1 -2 Tabling request 45 1 1 -2

Finance, Minister of - Federal Resignation request 534 1 -2

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Native Communication Network 5480

Food processing industry Plant closures 5609

Forks Renewal Corporation Board of Directors review 5825-6

Free Trade Agreement Corporate mergers 5608-9 Gasol ine exports 4489 Impact

Food processing industry 4488-9 Furniture industry 4489

Manitoba Hydro legal opinion 3330

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DOER, Gary (NDP, Concordia)-Cont. Manitoba preference clause 3330- 1 Mexico relocation 727

Bottom Line Technologies Inc. 727 Job loss 727-8

Natural resources protection 56 1 0 Grain export subsidies - U.S.

4862, 4950 Year-end analysis 4488

Freedom of Information Act Ombudsman Report 2004

Gloria School - Hong Kong Departmental study 2645 Deputy Minister's visit 2646 Government involvement 2645 Monitoring 2646

Gold mine - Shoal Lake Correspondence request 205 Environmental

Hearings 205 Impact study 205-6, 885

Tailing sample analysis 885 Goods and services tax

Alternative 261 0 Corporate benefits I 08 1 Corporate tax alternative 29 1 6, 3241 Cost to Manitobans 1 034-5 Finance Minister position I 034, 1 080- 1 I mpact

Housing 3241 Labour 273 1 -2

Non-Profit organizations 3241 Opposition documentation 3242 Seniors' boycott 3850- 1 , 3942 Seven percent tax analysis 3942-3

Grain export subsidies - U.S. Federal/Provincial discussions 4949-5 1 Impact

Manitoba farmers 486 1 Prices 486 1 -2

Hazardous materials Disposal 601 Guideline review 4266 Labelling 60 1 Licensing 4266-7

Health Advisory Network Concordia Hospital 94 MONA membership 2433-4 Report delay 3072

Health care Administration 1 5 1 Computerized monitoring cards 5576-7 Extended care bed report 48 1 6 Funding 93, 4265-6

Federal 48 1 7-8 Patient record confidentiality 5577 Surgery delays 5 1 78-9 Underspending 344, 975, 5442

Health care facilities Bed closure policy 2966 Capital projects 2379 Extended care beds 3073 Overcrowding 5 1 1 4-5

Hansard Index

59

DOER, Gary (NDP, Concordia)-Cont. Health care profession

Pay equity implementation 32 1 8 Health, Department of

Administration 3442 Assistant Deputy Ministers 3982 Manual of Administration 4025

Health industry strategy Progress report 5 5 1 5-6

Health, Minister of Accountability 94 Apology request 398 1 -2 Pay equity position 32 1 8

Health Sciences Centre Budget 1 5 1

Home care program New admissions 779 Underspending 779-8 1 , 975

Housing market Declining demand 305 Impact study 305

Human Rights Code Racist pins 4082

Interest rates 47 1 0 Impact labour 5341

Investment Canada Varta Batteries 5540

Laboratory Centre for Disease Control Environmental impact study 26 1 2, 3 1 24-5 Opening date 55 1 5

Labour skills training Program implementation 2820

Land development Legislation 2239

Legislative Library Act Violation 2004-5

Library closures Opposition 4902-3

Lynn Lake, Manitoba Essential services maintenance 3726

LynnGold Resources Inc. Mineral claims licensing 3725 Severance pay 3725, 3776

Manfor divestiture Environmental impact study 1 28-9

Manitoba Child Care Association Meeting request 1 426-7, 1 839

Manitoba Hazardous Waste Corporation Pesticide disposal 1 743-4

Manitoba Intercultural Council Funding responsibilities 469-70

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission Contracts, awarding of 4285, 4338 Layoffs 4285

Manitoba Medical Association Billing increase cap 3442-3 Final offer selection 3545 Negotiations 5698-9 Premier's apology 5698

Manitoba Telephone System Grass-roots lobby group 2055 Jurisdictional control 1 969-70, 2003-4

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DOER, Gary (NDP, Concordia)-Conl. Legal opinion 2054

Manitoba Women's Agenda Final offer selection 3545

Mental health care Administration 1 779

Mines Act Permit withdrawals 3777

Misericordia Hospital Bed shortages 2433 Capital projects 2434 Nurse shortages 23 78 Radiation leaks 2379 Renovation plans 2434 Ward evacuations 2379

Native education Funding, post-secondary 2075

Northern Tax Allowance Boundary line revision 2307

Oriented Strand Board Project Feasibility study 1 4 Funding 1 3- 1 4

Ottawa lobby office Architectural costs 1 2 1 2 Staffing 1 2 1 2

Out-migration Government strategy 3872 Manitoba statistics 3872

PCB storage sites Safety and security 1 1 92 Schools and hospitals 1 1 92-3 Suitability 1 1 92

Prime Motor Oils Ltd. Fire Code compliance 4 1 89

Printing industry Contracts, awarding of 4286, 4338-9

Psychiatrist shortage Selkirk Mental Health Centre 1 778

Racism Defamation Act 4972-3 Legal advice 4972 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Advice 4972 Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project

Agreement 2279-80 Environmental impact study 4083 Legal intervention 4083 Water quality standards 2280

Repap Manitoba Inc. Cutting areas 1 27-8

Rheumatologists Fee schedule 1 686-7 Shortages 1 685-6

Ridd, Karen Arrest - El Salvador 2987

St. Boniface Hospital Bed closures 2966 Deficit policy 2966

School boards Pay equity, voluntary 32 1 8-9

Schools, private Funding 5883-4

Hansard Index

60

DOER, Gary (NDP, Concordia)-Conl. Solvit Resources Inc.

Clean-up procedures 866-7 Fire Commissioner's report

1 448-9, 38 1 5, 406 1 , 4 1 35 Hazardous materials

Dumping 867 Handling 1 009 Storage record 38 1 5

Investigation 867, 41 38-9 Independent 1 008- 1 0, 38 1 5, 4061

MPIC claim status 4266 Public inquiry 1 449, 4 1 35, 41 89-90 Storage capacity statistics

1 449, 41 35, 4 1 39, 4 1 89 South Africa

Diplomatic relations withdrawal 2877 South African Embassy

Intelligence operation External Affairs intervention 2877

Sport Advisory Committee Steroid use 55

Steroid use Strategy development 55-6 Veterinary prescriptions 55

Telecommunications Federal/Provincial agreement 5342

Transportation industry Layoffs 1 2 1 3

Unemployment rate Strategy 3634

Universal health care Government commitment 5 1 79

Urban planning Legislation 2239-40, 4902

VIA Rail cutbacks Affordability 4338 First Ministers' meeting 1 577-8 Legal intervention 4225-6 Northern route protection 1 578, 2208, 4337-8 Premier's intervention 1 577-8 Reversal 2732 Transportation Ministers' meeting

2076, 2208 Varta Batteries

Closure 5090- I Modernization 5091

Water protection plan Legislation - Federal 886

Winnipeg Arena proposal Forks site 29 I 5

Workplace Safety and Health Regulation amendments 652, 38 I 5, 4 I 36

Cancer-causing substances 523-5, 563, 653, 675

Consensus 6 7 4 Prevention programs 525 Process 674 Reversal 675

Points of Order P/0 by Alcock respecting

unparliamentary language (Doer) 3808;

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DOER, Gary (NDP, Concordia)-Cont. taken under advisement 3808; ruled out of order 592 1

P/0 by Doer respecting words "poor, poor girl" used by Orchard referencing G ray 224; Alcock 224; withdrawn (Orchard) 224

P jO by Lamoureux respecting words "Sit down, boy" (Orchard) referencing Cheema 896; Doer 896; Orchard 896; Members cautioned ( Minenko) 896; apology submitted (Orchard) 90 1 ; apology accepted (Cheema) 903

Private Members' Business Resolutions

CSIS Agreement, renegotiation 329 1 -2 Electoral Boundaries Commission

Composition 3687-9 Health Ombudsman 4 1 1 0- 1 Obstetrical Centres, establishment

5389-92 Public Health Facility in Dauphin

1 606-8 Selkirk Landing Project 5007-9 Support of Small Businesses 5645 Urban Commercial Districts 5725-7 Winnipeg Rivers

Boating Safety 3034-5 Management 3807- 1 0

Professional Home Economists Act (Bill 1 04)

2r 5864-5 Provincial Court Amendment Act

(Bill 70) 2r 5496-5500

Residential Tenancies Act (Bill 42)

2r 223 1-7 Roman Catholic Archiepiscopal Corporation

of Winnipeg and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Winnipeg, An Act to Amend an Act Respecting the (Bill 96)

2r 568 1 Seniors Directorate (Supply)

2555-7 Statute Law Amendment (Taxation) Act,

1 989 (Bill 86) 2r 3227-9

Throne Speech Debate 6 1 -72

Urban Affairs (Supply) Administration and Finance

Minister's Salary 2360-3 Expenditures Related to Capital

Financial Assistance to the City of Winnipeg 2334-5

Urban Policy Co-ordination Other Expenditures 2 1 9 1 -2

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba

61

DOER, Gary (NDP, Concordia)-Cont. 22-3, 24-6, 5446-8, 5449-5 1

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 870-2 Effects on Manitobans 1 098- 1 1 00

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1039, 1 042-3

Housing conditions in Manitoba 5832-3 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Intervention to prevent closure 2248-9 Native education

Post-secondary funding 3 1 2-3 VIA Rail cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 4295-7 Workers Compensation (Supply)

3054

Domestic abuse See Family violence; Elder abuse; Native women

Dow Corning See Silica-Sand Plant

Dower Amendment Act (Bill 49)

l r McCrae 1 575; 2r Edwards 537 1 -3; McCrae 1 977-8; Wasylycia-Leis 5373-8

DOWNEY, Hon. James Erwin (PC, Arthur) (Minister of Northern Affairs) (Minister responsible for Native

Affairs, The Manitoba Natural Resources Development Act (with respect to Channel Area Loggers Ltd. and Moose Lake Loggers Ltd.). A.E. McKenzie Co. Ltd., The Manitoba Oil and Gas Corporation Act)

(Minister responsible for and charged with the administration of the Communities Economic Development Fund Act)

(Minister responsible for Seniors) Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) 2r 5867-72

Budget Debate 5 1 9-2 1 , 530-4

Documents Tabled Decentralization

Opasquia Times article Carstairs' position 59 14

Elder Abuse in Manitoba Discussion Paper

863 Manitoba Seniors Directorate

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

2206 Northern Affairs

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

34 1 8 The Pas Indian Band

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DOWNEY, Hon. James Erwin (PC, Arthur)--Cont. Agreement re: establishment of band­run gaming commission

4 1 33 Economic Development, Standing Committee

1 st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter o f (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 41 93-6; 42 1 1 -3

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 790- 1 Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act

(Bill 53) 3r 3787

Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to Protect the (Bill 1 6)

2r 4483-4 I nterim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bill 90) 2r 3966-70

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 1 565-8 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Amendment Act (Bill 1 3) 2r 96 1 -2

Ministerial Statements Elder Abuse Discussion Paper

Public Consultations 2277

Northern Community Recreation Program 1 963

Remembrance Day 2682

Non-Political Statements Edwards, Duane

1 990 Labatt Tankard Provincial Men's Curling Championship team 5 1 76

Fast for Learning Campaign Assembly of First Nations 475

Footloose and Fancy Free Manitoba Society of Seniors Fitness Program 429 1 -2

Mathias Colomb First Nation Health care funding 1 1 27

Merrill Lynch Seniors' phone service 394 7-8

Port of Churchill Lobby group 456

Saskatchewan Roughriders Grey Cup winners 3246

Seniors' Day 872 Seniors' Month 278-9

Northern Affairs (Supply) Opening Remarks

3748-56 Response

(H. Driedger) 3756-9 (Harper) 3759-6 1

62

DOWNEY, Hon. James Erwin (PC, Arthur)--Cont. Administration and Finance

Executive Support Salaries 376 1 -8, 3925-37

Agreement Management Co-ordination Development Services

Corporate Projects 3938 Oral Questions

Aboriginal leaders Government support 1 973

Agri-Food programs Funding 5482

Bill C-22 Chal lenge

Manitoba Society of Seniors 274, 887 Budget - Federal

Impact Northern/Native people 5482-3, 5538 Seniors' programs 55 1 7

Native Communication Network 5479 Native organizations funding 5538

Canada Pension Plan Reforms 937

Canada Post Northern subsidy reduction 3 1 24

Cattle feed industry Government support 5820

Centre for Aging Status report 1 54-5

Conawapa Project Employment training program 2649

Core Area Initiative Expiry date 5344

Decentralization Employee options 59 14 Notice of intent 59 1 5

Discrimination complaint Polo Park Shopping Mall 1 33

Douglas Scott and Company Responsibilities 884-5, 932 Untendered contract 884-5, 932

Drought assistance Cost sharing 5482

Ducks Unlimited Canada Corporate headquarters 3420

ERDA Agreements Northern Development Agreement 782 Northern education 5 1 54-5

East-West Packers Ltd. Closure 5824

Elderly abuse Discussion Paper

Author 885, 932 Cost 473 Delay 865 Release 1 6, 472

Documentation project 2688 Hearings

Participants 2688 Private meetings 2688

Initiatives 472 Legislation 5362

Goods and services tax

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DOWNEY, Hon. James Erwin (PC, Arthur)-Cont. Government

Approval 2644 Position 2644

Health care Seniors' services 48 1 6

Heaman Family Agriculture Minister's awareness 4820

Hog industry Feed supplement 5820- 1 Production figures 5820

Literacy programs Seniors' needs 1 0 1 3

Manitoba Telephone System Jurisdictional control 3077

Meech Lake Accord Native Affairs Minister

Involvement 5966 Participation 5966

Native Affairs Secretariat Director 1 346 Minister's confidence 558 1 Policy 937 Recommendations 1 347 Staffing 937 Urban Native Strategy 558 1

Native Development Agreement Policy 783 Provincial contribution 783

Native organizations Funding 5652

Native policy development Advancements 1 346

Native women Abuse education programs 4492-3

Northern Development Agreement Job training programs 5305 Negotiations 1 9 1 8, 5305 Program continuation 5305 Replacement 5482, 5652

Northern Development Office Relocation 1 972

Northern education Government support 1 973

Northern flooding Court action 221 1

Northern Manitoba Programs funding 5539

Northern Tax Allowance Boundary line revision 2307 First Ministers' Conference 3244-5 Removal impact 3245

Older workers Labour adjustment 5093

Pharmacard system Implementation 1 6, 5362

Port of Churchill Continued use 5580-1

Provincial parks Seniors' fees

Complimentary passes 604 Psychogeriatric Planning Committee

63

DOWNEY, Hon. James Erwin (PC, Arthur)-Cont. Report recommendations 2056, 2439

Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project Construction suspension 341 9 Legal intervention 34 1 8 Licence suspension 34 1 9

St. Theresa Point Reserve Land development 2967-8

Seniors Directorate Accomplishments 865 Canada Pension Plan reforms 938 Communications 884 Hotline service review 87 1 Initiatives 865-6 Minister's responsibilities 2437 Role 536 1

Seniors' Information Line Assessments 2689-90 Elder abuse referrals 2689

Seniors' programs Initiatives 1 6

Seniors' support services Yard maintenance program 8 7 1

Shelter allowances Funding reinstatement 22 1 0

Unity Conference Government support 1 663

Urban Native Strategy Board establishment 5304 Consultants 937 Duplication 1 663-4 Funding 5417-8 Native women abuse 4493 Recommendations 5 1 82, 5305, 5344 Working groups 5304

Videon Cable TV Negative option sales 726-7

Ozone Layer Protection Act (Bill 1 8 )

2r 264 1-3 Points of Order

P/0 by Ashton respecting Minister's statement during consideration of Estimates 1 224; Downey 1 1 67; Manness 1 1 67-8; taken under advisement

(Gilleshammer) 1 1 68; ruled out of order (Gilleshammer) 1 224

P/0 by Downey respecting comments allegedly reflecting on persons unable to defend themselves in the Chamber (Piohman) 735; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 735; ruled out of order 978

P /0 by Downey respecting relevancy of debate (Ashton) 2503; Members cautioned 2503

P/0 by Downey respecting relevancy of debate (Rose) 5704; ruled in order 5704; Member cautioned 5704

P /0 by Edwards respecting

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DOWNEY, Hon. James Erwin (PC, Arthur)--Cont. imputation of motives (Downey) 430 I ; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 4301 ; withdrawn (Downey) 430 1

P /0 by Plohman imputing motives (Downey) 532; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 532; ruled in order 892; withdrawal requested 892; withdrawn (Downey) 892

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 2674-5 Resolutions

Aboriginal Peoples' Right of Self-government, recognition 999- 1 000

Aboriginal Treaty Rights 2907-9 Manfor, environmental impact studies

4676-8 Northern Tax Allowance 2342-3 VIA Rail 5567-9

Seniors Directorate (Supply) 2364-5, 2370-5, 2405-25, 2553-4, 2557

Sessional Papers A.E. McKenzie Co. Ltd.

Auditor's Report as of October 3 1 , 1 987 and 1 988

52 Channel Area Loggers Ltd.

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Communities Economic Development Fund

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

52 Moose Lake Loggers Ltd.

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Northern Affairs

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

52 Throne Speech Debate

72-7 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 990- 1

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba I 05 1 -2

LynnGold Resources Inc. Intervention to prevent closure 2259-60

Native education Post-secondary funding 3 1 5-6

VIA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4300-2

DRIEDGER, Albert (PC, Emerson) (Minister of Highways and

Transportation) (Minister of Government Services)

64

DRIEDGER, Albert (PC, Emerson)--Cont. Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) 2r 5849-53

Beverage Container Act (Bill 1 0)

2r 3 1 1 9-20 Budget Debate

548-51 Documents Tabled

Government Services Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

4391 Highways and Transportation

Construction program 1 989-90 560

Dauphin By-pass Cost of land acquisition

1 454 Flight hours and mileage by Department December 1 988

1 39 1 Flight hours and mileage by Department December 1 989

1 39 1 Highways illuminated list 1 988/89 and 1 989/90

1 39 1 PR 246 Cost of land acquisition

1 454 PTH 1 00 at Portage Avenue Cost of land acquisition

1 454, 2992 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

560 Transportation and Highway Safety Communique from annual conference of Minister

1 300 National Safety Code

Commercial trucks and buses 1 627

Manitoba standards 1 627

VIA Rail Letters from A. Driedger to Federal Government offices

1 386 Letters from A.Driedger to Mr. Bouchard dated October 4, 1 989

1 576 Electoral Divisions Amendment Act

(Bill I I ) 2r 793-4

Family Services (Supply) Community Social Services

Administration Salaries 4 1 60

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DRIEDGER, Albert (PC, Emerson)--Cont. Highway Traffic Amendment Act

(Bill 3) l r 52 ; 2r 659-6 1 ; 3r 1 0 1 7; R/A 1 03 1

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2 ) (Bill 4)

2r 2867-9 Highway Traffic Amendment Act ( 5 )

(Bill 54) l r 1 575; 2r 1 679-80, 1 682; R/A 1 993

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (6) (Bill 73)

l r 205 1 ; 2r 2447-8, 4882-3; R/S 594 1 ; R/A 5957

Highway Traffic Amendment Act ( 7 ) (Bill 74)

I r 205 1 ; 2r 3395, 4663-4; R/S 594 1 ; R/A 5957

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Opening Remarks

6 1 3-7, 1 224-6 Response

(Cowan) 1 226-9 ( Mandrake) 6 1 7-8, 1 224 (Plohman) 6 1 8-21

Administration and Finance Administrative Services

Other Expenditures 623 Computer Services

Salaries 624-5 Executive Support

Other Expenditures 623 Salaries 622-3

Minister's Salary 1 7 1 3-4, 1 785, 1 787-90

Occupational Health and Safety Other Expenditures 625

Personnel Services Salaries 623-4

Boards and Committees Highway Traffic Board

Salaries 1 634 Licence Suspension Appeal Board

Other Expenditures 1 635 Motor Transport Board

Other Expenditures 1 63 1 Salaries 1 627-30

Taxicab Board Salaries 1 63 1 -4

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Licensing

Other Expenditures 1 544 Salaries 1 535-44

Management Services Other Expenditures 1 535 Salaries 1 529-35

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Cost-Sharing Agreement 1 626

Safety Other Expenditures 1 626 Salaries 1 544-8, 1 622-6

Transport, Safety and Regulation Other Expenditures 1 627

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65

DRIEDGER, Albert (PC, Emerson)--Cont. Salaries 1 626-7

Engineering and Technical Services Government Air and Radio Services

Less: Recoverable 1 39 1 -2 Other Expenditures 1 3 1 8-20, 1 39 1

Materials and Research Salaries and Wages 1 3 1 3-5

Northern Airports Other Expenditures 1 3 1 1 -3

Traffic Operations Salaries and Wages 1 3 1 5-8

Warehouse Stores Other Expenditures 1 3 1 1

Expenditures Related to Capital Acquisition/Construction of Physical Assets

Northern Development Agreement 1 694-7

Other Projects 1 694 Aid to Cities, Towns and Villages

1 637-8, 1 692 Canada-Manitoba Churchill Agreement

1 697- 1 7 1 2 Construction and Upgrading of Provincial Trunk Highways, Provincial Roads and Related Projects

1 635-7 Rural Municipal Bridge Assistance Program

1 693 Work in Local Government Districts and Unorganized Territory

1 692-3 Operations and Maintenance

Bridges and Structures Bridge Maintenance 823 Salaries 752-5

District Offices Other Expenditures 829

Maintenance Program 625-7, 740-6 Operations and Contracts

Salaries and Wages 749-52 Other Jurisdictions

Less Recoverable 829 Transport Compliance

Other Expenditures 828 Salaries and Wages 823-8

Winter Roads I 00 percent Provincial 746-9 Shareable with Canada 747, 749

Planning and Design and Land Surveys Planning and Design

Salaries and Wages 829-40, 1 229-40, 1 264-79, 1 300- 1 0

Transportation Policy and Research Canada-Manitoba Churchill Agreement

Other Expenditures 1 507-9 Salaries 1 507

Canada-Manitoba Transportation Development Agreement

Other Expenditures 1 509- 1 0 Salaries 1 509

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DRIEDGER, Albert (PC, Emerson)--Cont. Rural Transportation Grants

1 505-7 Transportation Policy and Research

Other Expenditures 1 392- 1 403 Salaries 1 454-72, 1 494- 1 505

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act (Bill 1 3)

2r 966 Ministerial Statements

National Safe Driving Week 34th Annual

34 1 7 Municipal Assessment Amendment Act

(Bill 20) 2r 3629

Non-Political Statements Handicap Awareness

Employment Day 284 Oral Questions

Agassiz Youth Services Power plant downgrading 1 865-6

Airstrips Gods River upgrading 4397

Amtrak shuttle service Impact Western Canada 2207 Minister's involvement 2206

Baseball park Access road 330

Budget - Federal Port of Churchill 5364

CN Rail layoffs Aversion 4228 Equipment maintenance 1 343 Labour adjustment strategy 1 452 Minister's

Awareness 54 I ntervention 53-4

Rail line abandonment 1 97 1 -2, 4343 Rural impact 58, 332 Safety record 54, 332 Relocation 1 6 1 1

CP Rail Lyleton subdivision 4343

Canadian Airlines International Manitoba service 2 1 5 1 -2

Crow benefit Impact

Highways 2822 Rail l ines 2821

Driver licences, photo identification Charges 5 1 83 Sites 5 1 83 Tender 5 1 83

Emergency Measures Organization Regulation amendments 60 1

Federal operations Relocations task force request 1 6 1 1

Forest fires Public inquiry 1 582

Free Trade Agreement Compensation 4974 Impact rail line abandonment 4974

Hansard Index

66

DRIEDGER, Albert (PC, Emerson)--Cont. Motor vehicle regulations

1685, 1689-70 Government documents

Security 325-6, 348-9 Review 326

Government vehicles I llegal usage 3388 Misuse 3776

Minister's awareness 3776 Policy review 3776

Grain Transport Study Crow subsidy payment 4229

Hazardous materials Designated routes I 91 7 Transportation regulations 1 9 1 7

Highway construction Funding 938

Northern communities Transportation enhancement 60 1 6

Off-Road Vehicles Act Age restriction amendment 2532 Mandatory helmet amendment 2533 Medical submissions 2532

Pines Residential Development Airport protection 3077 Federal intervention 2475 Minister's consultations 2475 Provincial/Municipal consultations 24 75

Port of Churchill Continued use 5358, 5365 Grain shipments 1 2, 8 1 8 Polish aid program 1 9 1 6 Shipping season extension 1 9 1 6

Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project Legal intervention 3418

Rail line abandonment Government position 2077 Manitoba position 2079-80 Report response 2080

Rail transportation Northern service 4289 Passenger service 4288-9

Repap Manitoba Inc. Road upgrading agreement 38 1

Riverbank housing development Noise level 308

St. Charles West Control area 3 1 30 Development 3 1 30 Land sale 2992

Selkirk, Town of Dry dock facilities 5358

Stubble and peat burning Accident statistics 1 860- 1

Sturgeon Road Responsibility 4087 Speed reduction 4087

Taxicab drivers Gilmore Report 3987 Protective shields 1 450- 1 , 1 684

Loan program 1 685 Safety and health 1 450

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DRIEDGER, Albert (PC, Emerson)--Cont. Training program 1 586

Tender process Schulman, Perry - Hiring 247 Unfair hiring practices 247, 275

Transport Canada Flight services station closure 888-9 Service reduction 5886

Transportation industry Layoffs 976 Manitoba services 2 1 52 Meeting request 2 1 52, 2208

Trapping industry Forest fire compensation 5 1 1 9

Safety standards 378 1 -2 Trucking

Deregulation 25 1 4-5 Safety standards 25 1 4

Trapping industry Forest fire compensation 1 33

Used vehicles Safety

Inspections 5364 Standards 4735, 5364

VIA Rail Affordability 4338 All-party presentation 2077 Christmas service schedule 4064 Churchill services 2437-8 Correspondence request 1 34 1 Cutbacks

Cost to Manitoba 4084 Fare increases 4086 Government position 1 575-6 Impact study 1 34 1 -2, 1 343, 1 576-7 Labour adjustment 4086 Maintenance centre 1 577 Prevention campaign 1 577

Federal/Provincial meeting 8 1 8 First Ministers' meeting 1 865 Layoffs 422 Minister's meeting 1 864-5 Northern route protection

1 342, 4338, 541 5-6 Perishable food shipments 2438, 25 14 Safety 422 Transportation Ministers' meeting 2076 Winnipeg-Capreol service 2077 Usage 8 1 8

Sessional Papers Government Services

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 0 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

3940 Highways and Transportation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 0 Throne Speech Debate

1 37-44

Hansard Index

67

DRIEDGER, Albert (PC, Emerson)--Cont. Urban Affairs (Supply)

Financial Assistance City of Winnipeg 2 1 48

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba 5457-8 Goods and services tax

Effects on Manitoba 1 070- 1 VIA Rail cutbacks

I mpact on Manitoba 43 1 2-4

DRIEDGER, Herold (LIB, Niakwa) Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) 5737-42

Beverage Container Act (Bill 1 0)

2r 2637-8 Budget Debate

484-9 Business Names Registration Amendment

Act (Bill 24) 2r 3541 -2, 4387

Certified General Accountants Act (Bill 95)

2r 5086-7 Constitution Amendment, 1 987

6023-6 Consumer Protection Amendment Act

(Bill 22) 2r 4642-4

Education and Training (Supply) Post-Secondary, Adult Continuing Education and Training

Executive Support/Skills Development New Careers - North 485 1-3

Employment Standards Amendment Act (Bill 1 7)

2r 4 1 82-4 Environment (Supply)

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 3364-7, 3532-4, 3673 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

(Bill 27) 2r 1 672-6

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2) (Bill 4)

2r 2 1 99-201 Highways and Transportation (Supply)

Engineering and Technical Services Northern Airports

Other Expenditures 1 3 1 1 -2 Planning and Design and Land Surveys

Planning and Design Salaries and Wages 1 239-40

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

2r 9 1 6-20 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Amendment Act (Bill 1 3 ) 2 r 3375-7

Ministerial Statements

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DRIEDGER, Herold (LIB, Niakwa)---Cont. Northern Community Recreation Program

Response 1 964 Municipal Assessment Amendment Act

(Bill 20) 2r 3772-3

Municipal Assessment and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 79)

2r 3795-9 Non-Political Statements

Biathlon, Falcon lake 5846-7 Fast for Learning Campaign

Assembly of First Nations 475 Mathias Colomb First Nation

Health care funding 1 1 27 Northern Affairs (Supply)

Opening Remarks ( Downey) 3748-56

Response 3756-9

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 376 1 -4, 3766-7, 3925-37 Minister's Salary 3939

Agreement Management Co-ordination Development Services

Corporate Projects 3938 Oral Questions

Churchill River Dam Environmental impact study 1 524 Licensing 1 524

Conawapa Project Employment training program 2649

Core Area Initiative Expiry date 5344

Fossil fuel products Exploration 348

Hydro-electric resources Development 348

Labour skills training Initiatives 2245

Manitoba Hydro Northeast line status 348

Migratory Game Birds Act Treaty rights 2079

Native Affairs Secretariat Director 1 346 Minister's confidence 558 1 Policy 937 Recommendations 1 346 Staffing 937 Urban Native Strategy 558 1

Native policy development Advancements 1 346

Northern Training Employment Agency Cutbacks 2245, 2649 Mandate 2245

St. Theresa Point Reserve Land development 2967-8

Treaty rights Hunting/ fishing 2079

Unity Conference Government support 1 663

Hansard Index

68

DRIEDGER, Herold (LIB, Niakwa)---Cont. Urban Native Strategy

Board establishment 5304 Consultants 937 Duplication 1 663-4 Funding 54 1 7-8 Recommendations 5 1 82, 5304-5, 5343-4 Working groups 5304

Water protection plan Initiatives 1 524

Ozone Layer Protection Act (Bill 1 8)

2r 2498-2500 Private Members' Business

Resolutions Aboriginal Peoples' Right of

Self-government, recognition 98-9 Aboriginal Treaty Rights 2909- 1 1 Northern Tax Allowance 2340- 1 Restaurant Allergy Menus 1 49 1 -2

Public Accounts, Committee on I st Report 1 422-3

Public Schools Amendment Act (Bill 59)

2r 5430-4 Throne Speech Debate

229-34 Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 1 00) 2r 5770-4

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Goods and services tax

Effects on Manitoba I 052-3 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Intervention to prevent closure 2253-4 Native education

Post-secondary funding 320-1 VIA Rail cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 43 1 4-5 Waste Reduction and Prevention and

Consequential Amendment Act (Bill 84) 2r 2630-3

Drinking and drifing initiatife Education programs

Edwards 1 429-30, 2435-6; Derkach 1 430; McCrae 1 430, 2436; Orchard 1 430- 1

Justice Minister's position Edwards 3983; McCrae 3983

Legislation Cummings 3983; Doer 243 1 ; Edwards 2430- 1 , 3982-3; McCrae 2430

Sentence lengths Edwards 5240, 5305-6; McCrae 5240, 5278, 5306-7

Drifer licences, photo identification Charges

A. Driedger 5 1 83 ; Mandrake 5 1 83 Sites

A. Driedger 5 1 83; Mandrake 5 1 83 Tenders

A. Driedger 5 1 83; Mandrake 5 1 83

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Drought assistance Findlay 38 1 9; Uruski 38 1 9

Acreage involved L.E. Evans 2990; Findlay 2990

Announcement Findlay 4865; Uruski 4865

Application L.E. Evans 338 1 -2; Findlay 3382

Assessment L.E. Evans 5579; Findlay 5580

Cost sharing Carstairs 5275; Downey 5482; L.E. Evans 548 1 , 5580; Filmon 5275; Findlay 5580

Federal Ag Rep assistance

Funding L.E. Evans 97-8; Findlay 97-8

Interlake L.E. Evans 98; Findlay 98

Livestock producers Findlay 246; Uruski 246

Package L.E. Evans 2990; Findlay 2990

Payment plan L.E. Evans 2008; Findlay 2008

Delays Findlay 820; Uruski 820

Schedule Findlay 4865; Uruski 4865

Drug Awareness Week - Selkirk Charles 2736

DUCHARME, Hon. Gerald (PC, Riel) (Minister of Urban Affairs) (Minister of Housing)

Announcements Conflict of Interest declaration

Bill 75 - Insurance Amendment Act 3860

City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (Bill 32)

lr 8 1 2; 2r 1 1 3 1 -5 ; R/S 25 1 7-9; 3r 2522-3; R/ A 2524

City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (2) (Bill 6 1 )

I r 1 967; 2 r 2443-5; RJS 5940; R / A 5957 City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (3)

(Bill 62) I r 2002; 2r 2445-6; RJS 5940; R/ A 5957

Documents Tabled Housing

Housing Ministers' Conference Opening remarks, July 1 989

3682 Speaking notes - Estimates

3497 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

32 1 6 John Bruce Lands

Memo to Saul Shubert from Gary Julius

Hansard Index

69

DUCHARME, Hon. Gerald (PC, Riel}--Cont. dated December 5, 1 988

303 John Bruce Lands

Memo to Saul Shubert from Gary Julius dated January 24, 1 989

303 Ladco Company Limited

Joint Venture Agreement with MHRC dated May 1 1 , 1 989

90 North Portage Development Corporation

Memo from Ducharme to Manness respecting audit

486 1 RRAP program

Letter from A.Redway respecting program cuts

3682 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) 2r 5508- 1 0

Housing (Supply) Opening Remarks

3495-6 Response

(Cowan) 3500-5 (Lamoureux) 3496-3500

Expenditures Related to Capital Canada-Manitoba Core Area Renewed Agreement

Core Area Initiatives Programs 3744 General Administration

Communications Salaries 3679

Executive Support Salaries 3505-1 5, 3597-36 1 0

Planning and Information Systems Salaries 3610, 3679

Landlord and Tenant Affairs Salaries 3679-80

Operations Client Services

Salaries 3682-4 Delivery Services

Salaries 3682 Grants and Subsidies

3732-43 Property Management

Salaries 368 1 Transfer Payments to MHRC 3743-4

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

CJW 1 028 Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act

(Bill 2) 2r 1 1 8 1 -4

Ministerial Statements Ladco Land Development Deal

90 Municipal Assessment and Consequential

Amendments Act (Bill 79) 2r 3799-3800

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DUCHARME, Hon. Gerald (PC, Riel)-Cont. Non-Political Statements

Louis Riel Branch Library Opening 1 386

Oral Questions Airport protection

All-party agreement 2007 Pines Residential Development 2007

Bill No. 42 Alternative 5782-3 Consultations 5752-3 Hotel inclusion 1 660 Housing Minister's

Opinion 5749 Position 5783

Lobby group 4 7 34, 54 1 7 Residential Tenancies Commission 5783 Standing committee referral

541 7, 55 1 8, 5702, 5750 Withdrawal 5752

Boating regulations Speed limits 8 1 9-20

Budget Infill housing commitment 306

Churchill, Manitoba Rental units 253 1 -2

Co-operative housing Funding 972 Loan approvals 5823 Program cuts 1 866-7

Core Area Renewal Agreement Corydon Avenue project 5277 Negotiations 4730 Public hearings 8 1 7 Reallocation 5277 Renewal 8 1 7

Critical Home Repair Program Elimination 972 Reimplementation 1 0 1 1

Crown corporations Accountability 45 1 3 Executive salary review 4 1 9, 526-7

Dacquay, Louise Policy advisor appointment 4 1 40- 1

Daley, Mary Emergency shelter 48 1 8

Family violence Housing availability 565-6

Forks Renewal Corporation Accountability 4395, 5885 Boat basin

Construction 565 1 Contract 5783-4 Delay costs 5784, 5786 Funding 5702

Development moratorium 38 1 9, 5884 Documentation 1 525 Hotel conversion 4395

Parking 5 1 1 9 Government priorities 38 1 8-9 Leasing arrangements 1 525 Mandate 45 1 3 Planning 4 1 9

Hansard Index

70

DUCHARME, Hon. Gerald (PC, Riel)-Cont. Standing committee referral 5 1 1 8

Goods and services tax Impact Ladco land deal 3425

Housing Market

Analysis 3494 Declining demand 97, 304, 305 Government initiatives 1 297, 3494 Impact study 305 Saturation 1 297

Programs Funding 3446 Initiatives 97

Starts declines Impact Ladco land deal 3425

Housing, low-income Advocacy group 3494 Indexing 3445 Landlord monitoring 3445 Subsidy reduction 656-7, 1 784

Housing, Minister of Apology request 306

Housing, seniors Building safety 3729, 3820

I nfill housing program Construction schedule 4066 Federal Minister's involvement 2243 Fiscal projections 4066 Statistics 1 32, 306, 2242-3, 5823

Laboratory Centre for Disease Control Site selection 1 2 1 1 -2, 1 66 1 , 2052, 261 2

Ladco land development deal Cash distribution 303-4 Cost factor 96 Finalization date 242 Viability 1 296-7 Social housing program 1 32 Nelson River Construction 242 Proposals 1 32, 242, 276

Guidelines 327 Tabling request 242, 304, 327

Start-up date 304 Land development

Legislation 2239 Proposal calls 1 296

Library closures Opposition 4902-3

Meadows West Low-income housing 5824

Municipal Conflict of Interest Act Amendments 1 296 Public perception 1 2 1 1 , 1 296

Municipal Works Yard Air sampling 1 972 Relocation 1 972

Non-profit housing Application processing 972 CMHC subsidy cuts 977 Funding 977 Proposal calls 977, 978, 1 0 1 1

North Portage Development Corporation Accountability, Crown corporations

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DUCHARME, Hon. Gerald (PC, Riel)--Conl. 4339-40, 4395, 4596, 486 1

Board of Directors 4288, 4488 Cost to Manitoba 4229 Documentation request 4 1 90, 4229, 4288 Legal intervention 4 1 90 Parking garage contract 4287 Place Promenade

Construction costs 4267, 4688-9 Developer's costs 4267 Financial discrepancies 5089 Insured value 4596 Monthly shortfall 497 1 -2 Mortgage auction 45 1 2, 4595 Non-profit management 4689 Profit forecast 4972 Property appraisal 497 1 Takeover 497 1 Vacancy rate 4 1 90- 1 , 5089-90, 5 1 1 9

Southside Portage Avenue 5484 Village at Portage Place

Cost to Manitoba 4 1 37 Financial instability 4487 Government intervention 4 1 37 Leasing arrangement 4488 Monthly shortfall 4394 Mortgage 4339, 4487, 4595-6 Vacancy rate 4 1 37, 4488

Omands Creek development Government property purchase 329 Green space protection 329

Pines Residential Development Riverbank protection 2007-8

Provincial/Municipal projects City Works Yard relocation 2 1 54 Cost sharing 205 1 -2 Criteria 2052 Scrap yard relocation 2 1 53

Red River City of Winnipeg 1 426

Red River Exhibition Relocation 330

Residential Rehabilitation Program Delays 1 0 1 1

Riverbank housing development Government support 308

Rivers - Winnipeg Management plan 820

Saskatchewan Avenue Development 330

Sewage disposal Cleanup 332

Shelter allowances Cost of living increase 2 2 1 0 Funding reinstatement 2 2 1 0

Urban Futures Group White Paper request 5 5 1 8

Urban planning Legislation 2240, 4902

Veterans' Manor MHRC restrictions 4734-5

West Broadway Day Care Centre Lead exposure I 085, 1 1 22-3, 1 2 1 3

Hansard Index

71

DUCHARME, Hon. Gerald (PC, Riel)--Conl. Winnipeg Arena proposal

Forks site ban 29 1 5 Winnipeg downtown revitalization

Initiatives 8 1 7 Program co-ordination 4 1 8

Winnipeg Regional Housing Environmental concerns 1 1 23

Points of Order P fO by Ducharme respecting

unparliamentary language 2975; Lamoureux 2975; taken under advisement

(Gilleshammer) 2975; ruled out of order 3388

P/0 by Lamoureux respecting Ministers answering questions not taken as notice 3820; Ducharme 3820- 1 ; taken under advisement 382 1 ; ruled i n order 5920

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Boating Safety, Winnipeg Rivers 3036-7 Urban Commercial Districts 5727-30 Winnipeg Rivers Management 3806-7

Residential Tenancies Act (Bill 42)

l r 1 378; 2r 1 747-50 Sessional Papers

Housing Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988 Manitoba Housing and Renewal Corporation

1 0 Rent Regulation Program

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 52 1 Urban Affairs

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

2 7 1 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

59 1 0 Urban Affairs (Supply)

Opening Remarks 2 1 34-5

Response (Carr) 2 1 35-6 (Hemphill) 2 1 36-7

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Other Expenditures 2 1 38-44 Minister's Salary 2363-4

Expenditures Related to Capital Financial Assistance to the City of Winnipeg 2333-5

Financial Assistance - City of Winnipeg Current Programs Grant 2 1 44-50, 2 1 78-87

Urban Policy Co-ordination Canada-Manitoba Winnipeg Core Area

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DUCHARME, Hon. Gerald (PC, Riei}--Cant. Renewed Agreement 233 1 -2

North Portage Redevelopment 2329-3 1 Other Expenditures 2 1 88-96 Riverbank Development 2332-3, 2335 Salaries 2328-9

Throne Speech Debate 259-63

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Housing conditions in Manitoba 5833-5

Ducks Unlimited Canada Corporate headquarters

Cummings 4437; Downey 3420; Enns 3946, 4230, 5028-9, 56 1 3-4; Harapiak 34 1 9-20, 3946-7, 4230, 4437, 5028,

56 1 3-4; Oleson 3947 Environmental hearings

Funding Filmon 482 1 ; Harapiak 482 1

Environmental impact study Filmon 482 1 ; Harapiak 482 1

Dutch Elm Disease Initiatives

Enns 1 453; Taylor 1 453

EMO See Emergency Measures Organization

ERDA agreements Announcement

Carstairs 5275-6; Filmon 5276 Expenditures

Alcock 5359; Ernst 5359 Impact work force

Ernst 4730; Wasylycia-Leis 4730 Negotiations

Alcock 782; Carstairs I I ; Ernst 330, 782, 4729-30; Filmon I I , 475; Plohman 329-30, 474-5; Wasylycia-Leis 4729

Northern Development Agreement Downey 782; Harper 782

Premier intervention Alcock 782; Filmon 782

Program cutbacks Filmon 5302; Wasylycia-Leis 530 1 -2

Renewal priorities Ernst 329; Plohman 329

Tourism expenditures Carstairs 779; Ernst 779

East European trade Business opportunities

Filmon 5844-5; Kozak 5844-5

East-West Packers Ltd. Closure

Downey 5824; Ernst 58 1 9; L.S. Evans 58 1 9, 5887; Findlay 5887; Uruski 5824

Government consultations Ernst 5820; L.E. Evans 58 1 9

Labour adjustment strategy L.E. Evans 5820; Hammond 5820

72

Ecole Polytechnique (Montreal) Student shootings

Carstairs 3582-3; Hammond 3582· Wasylycia-Leis 3583

'

Ecological resenes Board members

Enns 1 353

Ecological Resenes Amendment Act (Bill 33)

I r Enns 863; 2r Ashton 3904-6; Enns 1 352-3; Plohman 1 438-42; Uruski 3906-7; R/S McCrae 4069; 3r 4078; R/ A 4089

Economic Development, Committee on 1 st Report

Helwer 1 57 1 Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; Ashton 1 573; McCrae 1 573-4; Taylor 1 572-3; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 93-6; Alcock 4255-7; Angus 4207- 1 0; Ashton 4203-7; Carstairs 424 1 -3; Charles 421 3-5; Cowan 4243-9; Downey 421 1 -3; Enns 4249-52; Ernst 4254-5; Gilleshammer 42 1 0- 1 ; Kozak 4252-4; Lamoureux 42 19-23, 423 1 ; Manness 420 1 -3; McCrae 421 5-9; Roch 4238-4 1 ; Rose 4233-8; Storie 423 1 -3; Taylor 4 1 96-4200

2nd Report Pankratz 2206

3rd Report Pankratz 2505

4th Report ( I st Sess.- 34th Leg.) Pankratz 10

See also Privilege, Matters of

Economic forecast lnformetrica

Alcock 5358; Ernst 5358-9

Economic growth Aboriginal people

Filmon 60 1 3-4; Harper 60 1 3 All-party task force

L.S. Evans 5 1 8 1 ; Man ness 5 1 8 1 Budget request

Alcock 5444; Manness 5444 Cultural development agreements

Doer 4684-5; Mitchelson 4685 Deficit forecast

Alcock 3849; Manness 3849; Federal/Provincial discussions

Carstairs 4683; Doer 4685; Manness 4683, 4685

Full-time employment decline Alcock 3635; Doer 3633; Filmon 3633; Manness 3635-6

Government initiatives Alcock 28 1 8; Carstairs 3327-8, 4682;

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Economic growth-Cont. Doer 28 1 9-2 1 , 4394, 4709; L.S. Evans 4396; Filmon 28 1 8, 2820, 282 1 , 3328, 4394, 5302-3; Manness 4396, 4709- 1 0; Wasylycia-Leis 5302

Interest rates Doer 47 1 0; Manness 47 1 0

Job creation Carstairs 2875; Doer 2820, 3634, 4684, 4708-9; Ernst 4066; L.S. Evans 4066; Filmon 2820, 2875, 3634; Manness 4684, 4709

Labour adjustment strategy Edwards 1 6 1 7-22

Labour skills training Derkach 4065; L.S. Evans 4065

Manitoba rate Alcock 28 1 8; Doer 4393; L.S. Evans 4396; Filmon 28 1 8, 4393; Manness 4396

National rate Doer 3633; Filmon 3633

Personal bankruptcies Alcock 28 1 8; Filmon 28 1 8-9

Projection downgrading L.S. Evans 5 1 8 1 ; Manness 5 1 8 1

Retail sales tax revenues Alcock 38 1 7; Manness 38 1 7;

Treasury Board meeting Doer 4393; Filmon 4393

Education Administration

Cross-cultural seminars Derkach 4899-900; Yeo 4899

Availability Derkach 655; Gray 654-5

Funding Penner 25 1 3; Roch 25 1 3

School year length Derkach 4899, 541 6; Storie 4899; Yeo 54 1 6

Transportation grants Derkach 4899; Storie 4899

See also High School education; Native education

Education Administration Amendment Act (Bill 60)

I r Derkach 205 1 ; 2r Derkach 3859; L.S. Evans 5546-5 1 ; Lamoureux 4502-3; Storie 4725-7, 5492-6; Uruski 5592-3; Yeo 4503; R/S Derkach 5940; 3r 5944; R/A 5957

Education and Training, Department of Assistant Deputy Minister

Carstairs 97 1 ; Derkach 97 1 Review releases

Derkach 3946; Yeo 3946

Hansard Index

73

Education and Training, Minister of I naction, allegations of

Lamoureux 4904-9 Liberal meeting request

Derkach 3855; Yeo 3854-5 Resignation request

Filmon 59 1 3; Storie 59 1 3

Education and Training (Supply) Opening Remarks

Derkach 4626-30 Response

Storie 4632-6 Yeo 4630-2

Administration and Finance Administration and Professional Certification

Salaries Derkach 4753-8; Yeo 4705, 4753-8

Executive Support Other Expenditures

Derkach 4636-7, 4698-4700; Yeo 4636-7, 4698-4700

Salaries Derkach 4636; Storie 4636

Financial Services Salaries

Derkach 4705; Storie 4705; Yeo 4705

Personnel Services Salaries

Derkach 4704-5; Storie 4704 Research and Planning

Other Expenditures Derkach 4703-4; Yeo 4703-4

Salaries Derkach 4700-3; Storie 4702-3; Yeo 4700-2

Bureau de !'education Franaise Division Administration

Salaries Derkach 5059-60; Yeo 5059-60

Library and Materials Production Other Expenditures

Derkach 5060; Storie 5060 Expenditures Related to Capital

Acquisition/Construction of Physical Assets

Derkach 5060-3; Lamoureux 5063; Storie 5063; Yeo 5060-3

Financial Support - Schools General Support Grants

Derkach 4798; Yeo 4798 Miscellaneous Grants

Derkach 4798; Yeo 4798 School Grants and Other Assistance

Cheema 4760-2; Derkach 4758-73, 4797-8; Hemphill 4764-6; Yeo 4758-60, 4762-4, 4767-72, 4797-8

Post-Secondary, Adult and Continuing Education and Training

Adult and Continuing Education Grants

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Education and Training (Supply)-Cont. Derkach 4932; Minenko 4932; Yeo 4932

Assiniboine Community College Salaries

Derkach 4927-8; Storie 4927-8; Yeo 4927

Co-operative Training Salaries

Derkach 4930; Yeo 4930 Executive Support/Skills Development

Job Training for Tomorrow Salaries

Derkach 4854; Yeo 4854 Labour Market Policy

Derkach 4849; Storie 4849 New Careers - North

Derkach 4849-53; H. Driedger 485 I -3; Storie 4849-5 I

New Careers - South Derkach 4854; Storie 4854; Yeo 4854

Keewatin Community College Salaries

Derkach 4928-30; Storie 4928-30; Yeo 4928-9

Market Driven Training Other Expenditures

Derkach 500 1 ; Yeo 5001 Salaries

Derkach 4935-9, 4996-500 1 ; Minenko 4935-9; Penner 4938; Storie 4938; Yeo 4996-5001

Northern Development Agreement -Canada-Manitoba - Post-Secondary Career Development

Salaries Derkach 493 I ; Yeo 493 I

Post-Secondary Career Development -Southern Programs

Salaries Derkach 4932-5; Storie 4933-5; Yeo 4932-3

Red River Community College Salaries

Derkach 4854-9, 4924-7; Storie 4856-8; Yeo 4854-6, 4858-9, 4924-7

Special Programs Salaries

Derkach 500 I ; Storie 500 I Student Aid

Salaries Derkach 4930- I ; Yeo 4930- I

Student Aid Appeal Board Salaries

Derkach 493 I ; Yeo 493 I Program Development Support Services

Canada-Manitoba Winnipeg Core Area Renewed Agreement - Education Development

Grants Derkach 4849; Yeo 4849

Child Care and Development

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Education and Training (Supply)-Cont. Salaries

Derkach 4808- 1 2; Yeo 4808- I 2 Curriculum Development and Implementation

Other Expenditures Derkach 4799-4805; Yeo 4799-4805

Distance Education and Technology Salaries

Derkach 4843-7; Storie 4844-7; Yeo 4842-4

Division Administration Other Expenditures

Derkach 4799; Yeo 4798 Salaries

Derkach 4798; Yeo 4798 Inner-City Education Initiative

Other Expenditures Derkach 4848; Storie 4848; Yeo 4848

Instructional Resources Salaries

Derkach 484 I -2; Storie 4842; Yeo 484 1 -2

Manitoba School for the Deaf Salaries

Derkach 4807-8; Yeo 4807-8 Native Education

Salaries Derkach 4805-7; Yeo 4805-7

Regional Services Other Expenditures

Derkach 4847-8; Yeo 4847-8 Statutory Boards and Commissions

Other Statutory Boards and Commissions Derkach 4758; Yeo 4758

Teachers' Retirement Allowances Fund Derkach 4758; Yeo 5758

Universities Grants Commission Salaries

Ashton 5034-5; Cheema 5044-5; Derkach 500 1 -7 , 5029-45; Gray 5043; Kozak 5029-30; Storie 5006-7, 5030-4; Yeo 500 1 -6, 5036-42

Educational facilities Capital projects

Derkach 1 30, 275, 527-8; Yeo 1 30, 275, 527

Child care spaces Carstairs 387 1 ; Derkach 387 1 , 3820; Yeo 3820

I nadequate space Derkach I 30; Yeo 1 30

Inkster constituency Derkach 4903; Lamoureux 4903

Sisler-Rosser committee Meeting request

Derkach 4904; Lamoureux 4903-4

Edwards, Duane Provincial Men's Curling Team

Doer 5 1 76; Downey 5 I 76; Kozak 5 I 76;

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Edwards, Duane--Cont. Storie 5242

EDWARDS, Paul (LIB, St. James) Announcements

Conflict of I nterest declaration Bill 98 - Manitoba Data Services Disposition and Consequential Amendments Act

537 1 Constitution Amendment, 1 987

6053-4 Court of Appeal Amendment Act

(Bill 68) 2r 4408-9

Dependants Relief Act (Bill 47)

2r 5077-8 Documents Tabled

Burns Meats List of employees confirming Edwards' statements

55 1 6 Impaired Driving

Letters between J. Pollock and McCrae respecting compensation for personal injuries and vehicle damage

3983 Dower Amendment Act

(Bill 49) 2r 537 1 -3

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 800-2 Energy and Mines (Supply)

Mineral Resources Mineral Resources Administration

Salaries 39 1 1 -7, 3922-3 Environment (Supply)

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 327 1 -6 Family Maintenance Amendment Act

(Bill 52) 2r 5398-401

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27)

2r 222 1 -5 Grievance, Matter of

Economic Development Labour Adjustment Strategy 1 6 1 7-22

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Bill 3)

2r 661 -2; 3r 1 0 1 6-7 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (3)

(Bil l 5) l r 1 658

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (5) (Bill 54)

2r 1 680- 1 ; 3r 1 990-3 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) 2r 987-93

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EDWARDS, Paul (LIB, St. James)--Cont. Intestate Succession and Consequential

Amendments Act (Bill 48) 2r 5078-80

Justice (Supply) Opening Remarks

(McCrae) 5053-4, 5057 Response

5054-6 (Hemphill) 5056-7

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 5057-8 Labour (Supply)

Opening Remarks (Hammond) 4343-5

Response (Ashton) 4348-50 4345-8

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 4350 Research and Planning

Salaries 4350-2, 4354-5 Labour

Employment Standards Salaries 4562-4

Fire Prevention Engineering/Technical Services 4562 Salaries 4360-2

Grants 4576-7, 4689-92 Labour Adjustment

Salaries 4 7 3 5-8 Manitoba Labour Board

Other Expenditures 4569 Salaries 4567-8

Mechanical and Engineering Salaries 4 3 5 5-6

Pay Equity Salaries 4692

Pension Commission Other Expenditures 4575 Salaries 457 4

Workplace and Worker Services Workplace Safety and Health

Salaries 4745-9 Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 1 ) 2r 1 432-4

Land Surveyors Amendment Act (Bill 40)

2r 2980- 1 Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act

(Bill 2) 2r 1 827-9

Law Reform Commission Act (Bill 6)

2r 1 356-8 Law Society Amendment Act

(Bill 69) 2r 4409- 1 1

Law Society Amendment Act (2) (Bill 7 1 )

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EDWARDS, Paul (LIB, St. James}-Cont. 2r 3992-7

Marital Property Amendment Act (Bill 5 1 )

2r 5397-8 Ministerial Statements

Apprenticeship in Manitoba 45th Anniversary

Response 1 443-4 Drinking and Driving Legislation

Implementation Response 2430- 1

Provincial Court backlog elimination Response 4080

Non-Political Statements Crime Prevention Month 25 16 Ridd, Karen

Return from El Salvador 3223 Oral Questions

Agassiz Youth Services Power plant downgrading 1 865-6

Appointments Government

Contradictions 34-5 Judicial system

Provincial judges 35 Queen's Counsel 35

Burns Meats Government discussions 548 1

CSIS Agreement Confidentiality information 2055 Suspension 2055

Carbon monoxide poisoning Chimney inspection policy 4084-5 Detection 45 1 0

Chief Medical Examiner 1 988 Annual Report 3548

Child care centres Corporate status 2879

City of Winnipeg Act Amendments 1 582

Conference on Urban Safety Manitoba representation 1 779-80

Consumer protection legislation Cost analysis 3 1 65 Fraudulent car repairs 3 1 65 Regulations enforcement 3 1 65

Crime Prevention Council Establishment 5539

Crime prevention programs Government

Agenda 2435, 3420 Initiatives 5539

Provincial council 2435 Drinking and Driving

Education programs 1 429-30, 2435-6 Legislation

Justice Minister's position 3982-3 Sentence lengths 5240, 5305-6

Family violence Case review 5093

Firearms control Child and Family Services 3588, 4430

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EDWARDS, Paul (LIB, St. James}-Cont. Designated locations 443 1 Legislation enforcement 3588, 443 1 , 5539 Medical certificate 4430 Photo licences 3587, 443 1

French Lawyers Association Meeting request 342 1 Secretary of State funding 342 1

Goods and services tax Labour adjustment strategy I 039 Impact labour 1 038-9

Government vehicles Illegal usage 3388

Grace Hospital Asbestos levels 2472

Grant family External Affairs intervention 2685, 3 1 26 Family Law Branch intervention 2686, 3 1 27

Harper, J .J .- Inquiry Winnipeg Police Association 1 57

Hazardous materials Information systems 3875

Hazardous Products Act Solvent inclusion 5050

Headingley Correctional Institute Facility improvements 1 1 2 1 Fire protection 1 1 2 1

Heaman Family Agriculture Minister's awareness 4820 Consumer Minister's awareness 482 1 Legal Aid certificate 492 1

Highway Traffic Act Justice Minister's comments 1 69 1

Hog industry Labour adjustment strategy 5 5 1 6 Labour force reduction 5480- 1 , 55 1 6

Human Rights Commission Justice Minister's involvement 3637-8

Justice, Department of French language services 3422

Labour adjustment Industry analysis 1 969

Labour Adjustment Branch Funding 452 Initiatives 453

Law Enforcement Review Agency Reform 1 57 Winnipeg Police Association 1 56

Lynn Lake, Manitoba Compensation 3875

LynnGold Resources Inc. Employee statement of claim 3724 Severance pay 3723-4, 3730, 3777-8, 5238, 5687

Legal opinion 5687 U IC benefits 5237

Maintenance agreements Reciprocal enforcement 3 1 27

Mining Reserve Fund LynnGold Resources Inc. employees

5687, 5888 Non-custodial parents

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EDWARDS, Paul (LIB, St. James)-Cont. Legislation 2685·6

Northern communities Mining closure impact 1 967-8

Omands Creek development Environment impact study 329, 1 58 1 Government property purchase 328-9 Green space protection 329, 1 58 1 -2

POWA Agreement Exclusions

Immigrants 56 1 0 Women 565 1

LynnGold workers 5888 Qualification period 565 1

Pay Equity Branch Funding 453

Payment of Wages Act Severance pay coverage 3 724-5

Pines Residential Development Airport protection 3077 Environmental impact study 3076

Portage Correctional I nstitution Strip search policy 541 5

Power Engineers Act Amendments 4490 Standards reduction 441 1

Progressive Conservative Party Fundraising Dinner

Drinking and driving jokes 2 1 54 Ethnic/Racist jokes 2 1 54 Premier's action 2 1 54

Public Health Amendment Act Government support 5050

Racism Lapel pins

Legal opinion 4649 Private prosecution 4649 Seizure 4649

Remand Centre Construction start

4062-3, 5 1 79-80, 5239 John Howard Society

Recommendations 5 1 80 Medical observation unit 5 1 80 Suicide investigation 5239

Ste. Anne, Manitoba Policing 1 297-8

Schmidtke Millwork Ltd. Worker safety 22 1 0- 1

Solvent abuse Rehabilitation programs 5050

Solvit Resources Inc. Labour citation 4 1 39

South African Embassy CSIS intervention 2879

Suicide rate Analysis 3548 Correctional facilities 3548

Tartan Lake mine Closure 1 967 Labour adjustment strategy 1 968

Toronto Dominion Bank site Workplace accidents 5699-700

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EDWARDS, Paul (LIB, St. James)-Cont. Victim Assistance Committee

Family violence 5093 Funding 248, 8 1 6, 3420- 1 , 5093 Politicization 8 1 6 Recommendations 1 343-4 Surtax collection 1 344 Victim I mpact Statement project 8 1 6

Workplace Safety and Health Cancer-causing substances

3875, 45 10- 1'

5700 Oil burner installation 4490, 4509- 1 0 Order compliance 22 1 1 Regulation amendments 4 1 39

Chamber of Commerce report 564 Medical consultations 564 Standards

Reduction 564, 2472, 4490 U .S. 60 1 -2

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (Bill 57)

2r 540 1 -3 Points of Order

P/0 by Edwards respecting imputation of motives ( Downey) 4301 ; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 430 1 ; withdrawn (Downey) 4301

Private Members' Business Resolutions

CSIS Agreement, Renegotiation 3285-8 Obstetrical Centres, Establishment

5392-3 Provincial Court Amendment Act

(Bill 70) 2r 44 1 5-7

Public Inquiry into the Administration of Justice and Aboriginal People, An Act to establish and validate the (Bill 28)

2r 594-5 Statute Re-enactment and By-law

Validation (Municipal) Act (Bill 1 0 1 ) 2 r 579 1 -4

Statute Re-enactment and By-law Validation (Winnipeg) Act (Bill 38)

2r 2974-6 Summary Convictions Amendment Act

(Bill 66) 2r 3 1 36-9

Throne Speech Debate 1 60-6

Urgent Public I mportance, Matter of Child care crisis

Day care worker walkout 1 8 78-9 Effects on Manitobans 1 097-8

LynnGold Resources I nc. Intervention to prevent closure 2249-5 1

VIA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4302-3

Wills Amendment Act (Bill 50)

2r 5379-80

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El Salvador External Affairs intervention

Doer 2987; Filmon 2987 Government condemnation

Doer 2987; Filmon 2987

Elder abuse Discussion Paper

Author Carstairs 932; Downey 932

Costs Carstairs 932; Manness 932-3

Documentation project Carr 2688; Downey 2688

Hearings Participants

Carr 2688; Downey 2688 Private meetings

Carr 2688; Downey 2688 Initiatives

Carr 472; Downey 472 Legislation

Carr 5361 -2; Downey 5362 Public consultations

Cowan 2277-8; Downey 2277; Gray 2277 White Paper

Author Carstairs 885; Downey 885

Costs Carr 473; Downey 473

Delay Carr 865; Downey 865

Release Carr 1 6, 472; Downey 1 6, 472

Elections Amendment Act (Bill 85)

l r Uruski 292 1 ; 2r Uruski 4945

Electoral Boundaries Commission See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill 1 1 )

l r Filmon 52 ; 2r 9 1 ; Carstairs 789-90; Charles 792-3; Chornopyski 796; Cowan 805- 1 0; Derkach 802-3; Doer 790; Downey 790- 1 ; A. Driedger 793-4; Edwards 800-2; L.E. Evans 803-4; Filmon 788-9; Findlay 79 1 -2; Gilleshammer 794-5; Manness 795-6; Minenko 799-800; Orchard 797-9; Pankratz 805; Storie 796-7; C/W 873; 3rd 892; R/A 9 1 3

Ellis-Grunfeld, Roberta Hammond 1 7-8

Emergency Measures Organization Regulation amendments

Doer 600- 1 ; A. Driedger 60 I

Employment Preparation Centre Funding

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Employment Preparation Centre---Cont. Filmon 1 1 62-3; Gray 1 1 62; Oleson 1 1 20, 1 1 58; Wasylycia-Leis 1 1 20, 1 1 58

Employment programs Job creation

Ernst I 086; L.S. Evans I 086

Employment Standards Amendment Act (Bill 17)

I r Ashton 9 1 ; 2r Ashton 1 739-40, 1 834-5; H. Driedger 4 1 82-4; Lamoureux 3380, 3627-9; Storie 3209- 1 1

Employment Standards Amendment Act (2) (Bill 87)

l r Hammond 2986

Employment Standards Branch Toll-free service

Hammond 3446; Storie 3446

Endangered Species Act (Bill 8)

I r Enns 52; 2r Charles 1 1 44-5; Enns 1 1 43-4, 4670; L.E. Evans 1 365-8; Harapiak 1 1 45-7, 1 1 79-80, 4667-9; Orchard 2668-7 1 ; Plohman 4669-70 Storie 1 764-8, 2667-8; R/S Enns 5938-9; 3r 5943; R/ A 5957

Energy and Mines, Minister of Competence

Doer 3588-9; Filmon 3588-9 Ontario Hydro agreement signing

Doer 3588; Filmon 3588 Resignation request

Filmon 2735; Storie 2735

Energy and Mines (Supply) Opening Remarks

Neufeld 3 1 88-9 1 , 3 1 94-5 Response

Angus 3 1 9 1 Storie 3 1 9 1 -4

Administration and Finance Administrative Services

Other Expenditures Angus 335 1 ; Neufeld 335 1 ; Stories 3351

Salaries Angus 3350; Neufeld 3350

Executive Support Other Expenditures

Storie 3349-50 Salaries

Angus 3 1 95-7, 3 1 99; Neufeld 3 1 95-8, 3349; Storie 3 1 97-9, 3349

Minister's Salary Angus 4 1 58-9; Neufeld 4 1 59; Storie 4 1 57-8

Energy Energy Policy

Salaries

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Energy and Mines (Supply)---Cont. Angus 335 1 -3, 3694; Neufeld 3351 -3, 3694-6; Storie 3694-6

Manitoba Energy Council Angus 3699; Neufeld 3697-9; Storie 3697-9

Petroleum Salaries

Neufeld 3696; Storie 3696 Manitoba Energy Authority

Angus 41 57; Neufeld 4 1 57 ; Storie 4 1 57 Mineral Resources

Canada-Manitoba Mineral Development Agreement

Salaries Neufeld 4 1 56-7; Storie 4 1 56-7

M ineral Resource Administration Salaries

Angus 3699-3702; Cowan 3703-8, 3744-8, 3908- 1 1 , 39 1 7-9, 3923-5; Edwards 39 1 1 -7, 3922-3;

Neufeld 3699-3708, 3744-8, 3908-25; Storie 3702-3, 3908, 3920-2

Mines Salaries

Angus 4 143-8, 4 1 56; Cowan 4 1 52-6; Neufeld 4 142-56; Storie 4 142-3, 4 148-52, 4 1 56

Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act (Bill 53)

l r McCrae 1 575; 2r Angus 2902; Ashton 3485-6, 3555-9; Cowan 3559-65; Manness 1 750, 3565; Storie 2902-5, 3482-5; CJW 3672-3; 3r Downey 3787; L.S. Evans 3787-9; Harper 3784-7; Orchard 3789-90; R/A 3803

ENNS, Hon. Harry (PC, Lakeside) (Minister of Natural Resources) (Minister responsible for The Manitoba

Natural Resources Development Act (except with respect to Channel Area Loggers Ltd. and Moose Lake Loggers Ltd.) )

Agriculture (Supply) Regional Agricultural Services Division

Agricultural Crown Lands Branch Salaries 1 408-9

Budget Debate 404-8

Documents Tabled Conawapa Project

Environmental impact study work plan 2687

Flood forecast - 1 990 55 1 3

Natural Resources Speaking notes - Estimates

4822 Supplementary Information for

Hansard Index

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ENNS, Hon. Harry (PC, Lakeside)---Cont. Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

48 1 4 Ecological Reserves Amendment Act

(Bill 33) Ir 863; 2r 1 352-3; R/A 4079

Economic Development, Standing Committee 1 st Report

Helwer 1 57 1 Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; Referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 193-6; 4249-52

Endangered Species Act (Bill 8)

I r 52; 2r 1 1 43-4, 4670; R/S 5938-9; R/ A 5957

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27) 2r 1 1 78-9

Forest Amendment Act (Bill 9)

I r 52; 2r 1 208- 1 0; R/S 5939; R/ A 5957 Ground Water and Water Well

Amendment Act (Bill 1 9) l r 1 49; 2r 1 2 1 0; R/S 5703; R/ A 5836

Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to Protect the (Bill 1 6)

2r 4484-6 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) CJW 1 024

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 1 4 1 9-21 Manitoba Energy Foundation Repeal Act

(Bill 92) 2r 5573

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act (Bill 1 3)

2r 964-6 Ministerial Statements

Forestry Month 30 Municipal Assessment and Consequential

Amendments Act (Bill 79) 3r 428 1

Natural Resources (Supply) Opening Remarks

4822-3 Response

(Charles) 4823 (Harapiak) 4823-4

Administration and Finance Computer Services

Salaries 4824 Executive Support

Salaries 4824 Venture Manitoba Tours Ltd. 4824-7

Engineering and Construction Regional Engineering Services

Salaries 4909

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ENNS, Hon. Harry (PC, Lakeside)-Cont. Technical Services

Less: Recoverable 4909 Expenditures Related to Capital 5028-9 Fisheries

Administration Salaries 50 1 6-23

Forestry Administration

Salaries 4986-96 Lands

Administration Salaries 4920-3

Parks Administration

Salaries 49 1 4-9 Regional Services

Administration Salaries 4828-30

Northern Development Agreement -Provincial Fire Program Development and Evaluation

Salaries 4833-4 1 Northwest Region

Salaries 4830- 1 Whiteshell Region

Salaries 4832-3 Resource Support Programs

Garrison Diversion Opposition 5027 Manitoba Water Commission 5028 Sustainable Development 5027-8

Water Resources Administration

Salaries 4909- 1 4 Wildlife

Administration Salaries 5023-6

Non-Political Statements Bratun, Rostyslav

M.P. for the Ukraine Congress of Peoples Deputies U.S.S.R. 5446

Canadian Flag 25th Anniversary 5 3 1 0

D-Day Anniversary 350 Oral Questions

Canadian Wildlife Federation Rafferty-Alameda court challenge 2279

Conawapa Project Environmental impact study 2646-7, 2686-7 Fish ladders 264 7 Lake Winnipeg levels 2647 Wildlife protection 2646-7

Crown lands Native land claims 2686 Sale 2686

Criteria 2686 Ducks Unlimited Canada

Corporate headquarters 3946, 4230, 56 1 3-4

Dutch Elm disease Initiatives 1 453

Fishing industry Impact low water levels 5 5 1 9

80

ENNS, Hon. Harry (PC, Lakeside)-Conl. Flooding, northern

Court action 221 1 -2 Forest fires

Public inquiry 3387, 5052, 5 1 1 9 Boycott 5 1 1 9 Notice 5052-3

Forest management Clear cutting 1 425

Garrison Diversion Project Impact Manitoba 784

Gold Mine - Shoal Lake Environmental impact study 2687

Government Services, Department of Loans Branch amalgamation 2969

Irrigation report Tabling request 2074

Migratory Game Birds Act Treaty rights 2079

Morden Reservoir Low water levels 55 1 9

Native ceremonial items Seizure - Eagle feathers 5967

Ontario Ministry of Environment Consolidated Professor Mines 2687

Pembina River Diversion Federal jurisdiction 5888

Provincial parks Seniors' fees

Admission 603 Camping 604

Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project Compensation agreement 2279 Construction suspension 4065 Endangered species 349 Environmental impact study

349, 2278-9 Licence breach 4065 Natural Resources involvement 4064-5

Stubble and peat burning Regulations 1 86 1

Treaty rights Huntingjfishing 2079, 598 1 Resource development 60 1 6

Water pollution Low water level warning 55 1 8

Water resources Arden Ridge 2074 Plumas district 2075

Winnipeg Water Protection Group Funding 2687-8

Ozone Layer Protection Act (Bill 1 8 )

2 r 32 1 3-4 Private Members' Business

Address for Papers Churchill Rocket Range 4009- 1 0

Resolutions Immigration and Human Rights 3467-8 Smoking Prevention 34 1 1 -2

Sessiona I Papers Fisheries

Five Year Report for period ended

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ENNS, Hon. Harry (PC, Lakeside}-Conl. March 3 1 , 1 989

48 14 Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

241 Natural Resources

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

241 Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989

( Bill 1 00) 2r 5905-9

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Child care crisis

Day care worker walkout 1 897-8 Goods and services tax

Effects on Manitoba I 058-9 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Intervention to prevent closure 2255-6 VIA Rail cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 4305-6 Wildlife Amendment Act

( Bill 35) I r I 006; 2r 1 3 53-4; R/S 5704; R/ A 5836

Entironment Act City of Winnipeg compliance

Charles 1 45 1 -2; Cummings 8 1 5, 1 345, 145 1 -2; Doer 8 1 5, 1 345

Gasoline spill monitoring Cummings 3655; Taylor 3655

Implementation Cummings 8 1 5-6; Doer 8 1 5-6

Portage Ia Prairie licence Cummings 1 383-4; Doer 1 383-4

Sewage disposal charges Charles 3 3 1 ; McCrae 33 1

Entironment, Department of Smokestack emission tests

Cummings 5578; Taylor 5578 Staffing

Cummings 2280; Doer 2280

Entironment (Supply) Opening Remarks

Cummings 3054-7, 3066-7 Response

Doer 3057-62 Taylor 3062-6

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries Alcock 3353-6; Carr 36 1 5-7; Cheema 3370-2; Cummings 3067-8, 3097-3 1 1 3, 3267-85, 33 1 2-26, 3353-72, 35 1 5-34, 36 1 1 -22, 3674-8, 3709-20; Cowan 3 1 1 0-4; H. Driedger 3364-7, 3532-4, 3673; Edwards 327 1 -6; Harapiak 3095-3 1 0 1 , 3276-8 1 ,

Hansard Index

81

Entironment (Supply }-Cant. 3325-6, 3367-70, 35 1 5-7; Kozak 3620- 1 ; Lamoureux 3324-5; Penner 3530- 1 ; Plohman 3356-64; Storie 3067-8; Taylor 3 1 02- 1 0, 328 1 -5, 33 1 2-24, 3353, 35 1 7-32, 36 10-5, 361 7-20, 3673-8, 3709-20; Uruski 362 1 -2; Yeo 3267-7 1

Minister's Salary Cummings 372 1 ; Harapiak 372 1 ; Taylor 3721

Environmental Advisory Organizations Clean Environment Commission

Salaries Cummings 372 1 ; Taylor 3721

Environmental Management Environmental Control Services

Salaries Cummings 3720; Taylor 3720

Entironment Amendment Act (Bill 81)

I r Cummings 2469; 2r Cummings 298 1 -2, 4894-6; Harapiak 4892-4; Lamoureux 4890-2; Taylor 4887-90; R/S 5582; 3r Cummings 5626-7; Harapiak 5620-6; Taylor 561 4-20; R/A 5836

Entironmental protection Interveners

Funding Carstairs 3544; Cummings 3544-5

Policy Carstairs 1 006-7; Cummings 1 007

Provincial jurisdiction Carstairs 1 007; Cummings 1 007

Public hearings Angus 1 27; Cummings 1 27

Environmental Week - Canadian See Non-Political Statements

Environmentally acceptable packaging See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

ERNST, Hon. Jim (PC, Charleswood) (Minister of Industry, Trade and

Tourism) (Minister responsible for

The Detelopment Corporation Act, Manitoba Forestry Resources Limited and Sport)

(Minister charged with the administration of The Boxing and Wrestling Commission Act, The Fitness and Amateur Sport Act)

Budget Debate 423-8

Documents Tabled Churchill Rocket Range

Feasibility study 1 860 Industry, Trade and Tourism

Subsidies and Trade Remedies Notes for Working Group

3 1 66

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ERNST, Hon. Jim (PC, Charleswood)--Cont. Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

3327 Sport Directorate

Expenditure summary 4530

Urban Affairs Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

1 837 Economic Development, Standing Committee

1 st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; Referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 93-6; 4254-5

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2) (Bill 4)

2r 2426-8 Industry, Trade and Tourism (Supply)

Opening Remarks 4438-9

Response (L.S. Evans) 4439-40 (Minenko) 4439

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 4440 Finance and Administration

Other Expenditures 445 1 Salaries 4450- 1

Fitness Directorate Other Expenditures 4532-5 Salaries 445 1 , 4530-2

Grant Assistance Salaries 445 1 -2

Industry and Trade Division Health Industry Development Initiative

Salaries 4529-30 Industry

Financial Programs Canada-Manitoba Urban Bus

Agreement 4528 Manitoba Industrial Opportunities

4526-7 Manufacturing Adaptation 4527-8 Salaries 4525-6 Technology Commercialization 4527 Venture Capital 4527

Investment Promotion 4522-5 Sectoral Development 4452-9, 451 8-22

Strategic Planning Salaries 4441

Trade Salaries 4536

Tourism Division Administration

Salaries 4536-7

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ERNST, Hon. Jim (PC, Charleswood)--Cont. Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bill 90) c;w 4056

Loan Act, 1 989 ( Bill 34)

c;w 3646-8 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Amendment Act (Bill 1 3 ) 2r 96 1 -2

Ministerial Statements Manitoba Export Awards 2468

Non-Political Statements Manitoba Marathon 68 1 Manitoba Winter Games 5788

Oral Questions Bond, Dr. S.L.

Untendered contract 933 Business Start Program

Funding 421 Start-up 5754

Canada-Manitoba Tourism Agreement Deadline extension 48 1 9, 4860, 4897-8

Canada-U.S.S.R. trade Manitoba representation 2878-9

Churchill Rocket Range Funding 2242 Marketing plans 2242

Community Tourism Action Plan Endorsement 976 Gender-neutral language 976, 1 0 1 1

Conawapa project Preferential policy 4433-4

Consultants Out-of-province bids 933 Provincial bids 933

Cross-border trade Dairy products 2877 Food items 2877

Manitoba tourism strategy 2876 ERDA Agreements

Expenditures 5359 I mpact work force 4730 Negotiations 330, 782, 4729-30

Signing date 5 1 53 Renewal priorities 329 Tourism expenditures 779

East-West Packers Ltd. Closure 58 1 9 Government consultations 5820

Economic growth Housing starts decline 5047 Job creation strategy 4066

Employment programs Job creation I 086

Federal sales tax Impact tourism 454

Food processing industry Plant closures 5609

Foreign workers Government policy 3383 Ogilvie Oats dismantling 3382, 3446

Forks Renewal Corporation

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ERNST, Hon. Jim (PC, Charleswood)---Cont. Boat basin

Construction 5575-6, 5650 Funding 5650, 5786

Visitor Centre Funding 48 1 8-9, 4860, 4898 Status 5575

Free Trade Agreement Corporate mergers 5609- 1 0 Government support criteria 3 1 68, 3222 I mpact

Food processing industry 4489 Furniture industry 4489 Manitoba 5358-9 Manufacturing jobs 449 1 -2 Social programs 3070

Labour adjustment funding 307 1 -2 Manufacturing sector 1 688 Plant closures 1 085 Springhill Farms Limited 1 1 60 Subsidy negotiations

307 1 , 3 1 23, 3 1 66-7, 3 1 68, 3221 Deadline 3 1 68 Programs analysis 3 1 23 Social programs list 307 1

Trade Minister's preparation 3221 Grain export subsidies - U.S . 4950- 1 Year-end analysis 4488

Government Policy Consultants Ottawa lobby office study 890

Grain silo project Cancellation 1 29

Health industry strategy Progress report 55 1 6

Industrial development Strategy I 085-6

Investment Canada Varta Batteries 5540

Labour adjustment strategy Government initiatives 3632

Labour force lnformetrica forecast 5358

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission U.S. beer sales 454

Manitoba Telephone System Facsimile machine sales 973-4

Manufacturing industry Western diversification fund 5445

Networks of Centres of Excellence Manitoba

Business applicants Primary centres 23 77 Recipients 2377

University of Manitoba grant 2378 North Portage Development Corporation

Village at Portage Place Mortgage documentation request 408 1 Public auction 408 1

Ottawa lobby office Role 2878 Study 890

Publishing industry Distribution assistance program 889

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ERNST, Hon. Jim (PC, Charleswood)---Cont. Sewage treatment plant - Brandon

Funding, federal 4492 Simplot Canada Limited

Competition 5 1 1 6 Production statistics 5 1 1 6 Upgrading 5 1 1 7

Sport Policy Advisory Committee Steroid use 55

Springhill Farms Limited Status report 4492

Steroid use Strategy development 56 Veterinary prescriptions 55

Sturgeon Road Widening 4087

Throne Speech Tourism priorities 78 1

Varta Batteries Closure 5090- 1 , 5577 Labour adjustment strategy 5577-8 Modernization 509 1 -2

Vision Capital Fund Start-up 5754

Wang Imaging Centre Manitoba proposals 421

Water /sewer agreement Negotiations 330

Western Diversification Fund Manitoba statistics S I 53

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Churchill Rocket Range 1 770- 1

Resolutions Boating Safety, Winnipeg Rivers 2040

Rural Development (Supply) Municipal Board

Salaries 1 8 24 Sessional Papers

Business Development and Tourism Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988 Includes Manitoba Design Institute

1 378 Industry, Trade and Technology

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988 Includes Manitoba Trading Corporation

1 378 Manitoba Development Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

5748 Manitoba Horse Racing Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 378 Manitoba Research Council

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 378 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

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ERNST, Hon. Jim (PC, Charleswood}-Cant. Goods and services tax

Effects on Manitoba 1 073-4 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Intervention to prevent closure 2266-7

Errata 32� 777; 1 77� 361� 4390

Espineli, Sally Deportation

Lamoureux 2764-5; Mitchelson 2764-5 Return

Doer 54 1 9; Filmon 54 1 9; Lamoureux 54 1 9 See also Private Members' Business

Ethnic newspapers Distribution assistance program

Minenko 889; Mitchelson 889

European Health Spa Closure

Connery 228 1 -2; Minenko 228 1 Safety standards

Connery 2282; Minenko 2282

EVANS, Laurie E. (LIB, Fort Garry) Agriculture (Supply)

Opening Remarks ( Findlay) 627-30

Response 630-5 (Uruski) 635-8

Administration and Finance Communications Branch

Salaries 768 Executive Support

Policy Studies 639-40, 755-8, 763-5 Salaries 638-9, 758-9

Financial and Administrative Services Other Expenditures 842 Salaries 840-2

Minister's Salary 1 7 1 4-5

Personnel Services Salaries 842-5

Program Analysis Salaries 84 7

Summerfallow Compensation Program Administration 847-8

Agricultural Development and Marketing Administration

Other Expenditures 1 320 Animal Industry Branch

Other Expenditures 1 323-4 Marketing Branch

Other Expenditures 1 332 Soils and Crops Branch

Other Expenditures 1 325-60 Special Assistance for Commercial

Beekeepers 1 33 1 Veterinary Services Branch

Other Expenditures 1 322-3 Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corporation

1 287-8

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84

EVANS, Laurie E. (LIB, Fort Garry}-Conl. Manitoba Crop Insurance Corporation

Administration 849-53, 1 1 69, 1 24 1 -6, 1 280-3

Policy and Economics Division 1 4 1 1 Agriculture Research

University of Manitoba - Grant 1 554-6

Economics Branch Other Expenditures 1 472-6

Family Farm Protection Act 1 556-8 Manitoba Farm Lands Ownership Board

1 55 1 -3 Manitoba Natural Products Marketing Council

Other Expenditures 1483-6 Milk Prices Review Commission 1 548-50

Regional Agricultural Services Division 1 334

Agricultural Crown Lands Branch 1 404-5 Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) 2r 5669-75

Budget Debate 465-7, 476-80

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 803-4 Endangered Species Act

(Bill 8) 2r 1 365-8

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27)

2r 2059-63 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) 2r 904-9

Legislative Assembly Management Commission Amendment Act (Bill 1 2)

2r 1 356 Ministerial Statements

Advisory Council on Agri-Food Impacts of Change

Response 2527 Non-Political Statements

Farmer of the Year Award Paul and Dorothy Born 939

Saskatchewan Roughriders Grey Cup winners 3246

Oral Questions ACRE

Business participation 25 1 5 Staffing 25 1 5

Agri-Food Policy Conference Drought assistance 3635 GATT negotiations 3634-5 Safety net programs 3635 Supply management protection 2978

Agri-Food programs Funding 5482

Budget - Federal Impact Native people 5482

Cargill Foods Limited

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EVANS, Laurie E. (LIB, Fort Garry)--Cont. Inter-provincial trade 2238

Cattle feed industry Government support 5820

Crop insurance Cost sharing 529 Coverage 529, 2990

Crop Protection Institute of Canada Container fee collection 25 1 5

Cross-border trade Dairy products 2877 Food items 2877

Crow benefit Agricultural advisory council 4395 I mpact

Highways 2822 Land values 2822 Rail lines 282 1 Red meat industry 2008

Manitoba proposal 2008 Payment plan 2008

Drought assistance Acreage involved 2990 Assessments 5579 Cost sharing 548 1 , 5580 Federal application 338 1 -2 Funding

Federal 97 Provincial 98

Interlake compensation 98 Package 2990 Payment plan 209

East-West Packers Ltd. Closure 58 1 9 Government consultations 58 1 9 Labour adjustment strategy 5820

Farming industry Foreign competition 3382 Impact low water levels 5580 Manitoba financial statistics 38 1 6 Net income decline 38 1 6 Safety net programs 38 1 6 Supply management protection 3382

Free Trade Agreement Dairy products 1 690 Springhill Farms Limited 1 1 60 Subsidy definition 1 1 6 1 , 3382

GATT decision Canadian dairy products 1 690

Goods and services tax Farm lands 2970

Hog industry Feed supplements 5820 Pork countervail

Documentation 1 2 1 4 Evaluation I 1 97

Production statistics 5654-5. 5820 Subsidy exclusion 1 2 1 3

Livestock industry Feeder cattle figures 385 1 Subsidies 2238, 3852

Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corp. Cases in arrears 338 1

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EVANS, Laurie E. (LIB, Fort Garry)--Cont. Foreclosure statistics 338 1

Meat packing industry Initiatives 2239 Inter-provincial trade 2238

Red Meat Stabilization Program I mpact Manitoba 2238-9 Subsidies 385 1

Right-to-Farm Legislation Animal rights 4974 Timetable 4974

Simplot Canada Limited Competition 5 1 1 6 Production statistics 5 1 1 6 Upgrading 5 1 1 6-7

Springhill Farms Limited Closure 2239 Pork countervail 1 1 6 1 Pricing formula 4954 Purchase plan 4954

Stubble and peat burning Government strategy 4974

Sustainable development Agriculture representative 277

Western Diversification Fund Countervail impact 1 2 1 4

Young Farmer Rebate Program Payment policy 2436 Statistics 2436

Ozone Layer Protection Act (Bill 1 8)

2r 2639-41 Private Members' Business

Address for Papers Goods and services tax 2678-80

Resolutions Canadian Energy Resources 1 77 5-6 Electoral Boundaries Commission

Composition 3689-90 Farm Income Stabilization Program

70 1 -4 Smoking Prevention 34 1 4-6

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 1 00)

2r 5802-4 Throne Speech Debate

77-83 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba 5464-6

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 056-8

V IA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 43 1 9-2 1

Waste Reduction and Prevention and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 84)

2r 262 1 -5

EVANS, Leonard S. (NDP, Brandon East) Address for Papers

No. 6 - September 2 1 , 1 989 accepted 1 1 65

Budget Debate

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EVANS, Leonard S. (NDP. Brandon East}--Cont. 576-82

Confidentiality of Personal and Corporate Records Compiled and Stored by Government Departments and Agencies (Bill 45)

I r 1 445 Constitution Amendment. 1 987

6000-6 Documents Tabled

Manitoba Data Services List of confidential files

4866 Education Administration Amendment Act

(Bill 60) 2r 5546-5 1

Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act (Bill 53)

3r 3787-9 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

(Bill 27) 2r 1 349-52; R/S 3783-4

Forest Amendment Act (Bill 9)

2r 2496 Grievance, Matter of

Crown Corporations Privatization 292 1 -7

Industry, Trade and Tourism (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Ernst) 4438-9 Response

4439-40 (Minenko) 4439

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 4441 Grant Assistance

Salaries 445 1 -2 Strategic Planning

Salaries 4444-8 Industry and Trade Division

Health Industry Development Initiative Salaries 4529

Industry Financial Programs

Canada-Manitoba Urban Bus Agreement 4528

Manitoba Industrial Opportunities 4526-7

Manufacturing Adaptation 4527-8 Technology Commercialization 4527 Venture Capital 4527

Investment Promotion 4524-5 Sectoral Development

4454-6, 4458-9, 4520- 1 Trade

Salaries 4536 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) 3r 1 0 1 9; c;w 1 024-6, 1 029-30

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2) (Bill 90)

86

EVANS, Leonard S. (NDP, Brandon East}--Cont. c;w 4039-44. 4056-7. 4074-8

International Sale of Goods Act (Bill 7)

2r 1 362-5 Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 1 ) 2r 4506-7, 4653-8, 5 3 1 5-20

Law Reform Commission Act (Bill 6)

2r 1 760-4 Loan Act, 1 989

(Bill 34) 2r 2068-72, 2294-5; c;w 3569-70, 3648-9

Manitoba Data Services Disposition and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 98)

2r 5486-9 1 ; 3r 5945-6 Ministerial Statements

Manitoba Export Awards Response 2468

Partners for People Skills Development Strategy Paper

Response 2508 Public Accounts

Availability Response 4706

Non-Political Statements Child and Family Services

90th anniversary Western Manitoba 2972 Hnatyshyn, Ray

Governor General appointment 1 666 Markus Project

I Oth Anniversary 2285 Oral Questions

Agricultural Advisory Committee Crow rate review 277

B-A Construction Closure 3222

Bank of Canada rate Impact Manitoba 5 1 8 1

Brandon General Hospital Hemodialysis patients ! 664 Nursing reclassification 1 665 Peer Review Committee 1 385 Pharmaceutical consulting service 1 664

Brandon, Manitoba Air traffic

Control tower closure 5688-9 Increase 5688

Decentralization impact 2970 Funding. redevelopment 5537

Budget Economic development 347-8 Fiscal Stabilization Fund 347 Payroll tax reduction 347

Budget - Federal Impact

Education 5445 Labour force 5444

Canola oil industry Seed crushing plants 45 1 4

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EVANS, Leonard S. (NDP, Brandon East}---Cont. Tariff reduction 45 1 4 U.S. production 45 1 4

CareerStart '90 Statistics 5241

Child and Family Services Service reductions 2 1 55

Construction industry Decline analysis 3222

Economic growth All-party committee 5048 All-party task force 5 1 8 1 Budget request 5048 Government initiatives 4396 Housing starts decline 504 7-8 Job creation 4066 Labour skills training 4065 Manitoba rate 4396 Projection downgrading 5 1 8 1

East-West Packers Ltd. Closure 5887

Employment programs Job creation I 086

Foreign workers Government policy 3383 Ogilvie Oats dismantling 3382

Free Trade Agreement Impact manufacturing jobs 449 1 Manufacturing sector I 688 Plant closures I 085

Freedom of Information Act Obstruction · Finance Minister I 745

Goods and services tax Administration 2880 All-party task force 3637 Alternative 2880 Government position 5095 Impact

Employment rate 3637 Labour 2688

Joint collection system 3636, 5096, 5654

Labour adjustment strategy 2689 Seniors' boycott 4396 Tax form information 5654

Government Policy Consultants Ottawa lobby office study 890

Housing market Decline analysis 3222

Industrial development Strategy 1 085

Job Training Advisory Committee Non-profit organizations 680

Job Training for Tomorrow Statistics 680

Legislative Library Act Contravention 1 745 Manitoba Data Services I 745 Violation 3853

Manitoba Data Services Confidentiality guidelines 4866-7 Divestiture I 298, 3853, 4866 Economic structure I 45 I

87

EVANS, Leonard S. (NDP, Brandon East}---Cont. Rate structure I 45 1 Systemhouse proposal 1 298, 1 45 1

Manitoba, Province of Ottawa lobby office study 889

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation General Insurance Division 528

Divestiture 4975 Privatization conditions 2970 Province-wide impact 297 1 Report availability 529, 2244-5

Manufacturing industry Economic growth 5887, 59 1 5 Employment decline 5240 Government initiatives 59 I 5 Labour reduction 5887 Task force 5240- I Western diversification fund 5444

Red Meat Forum Recommendations 277

Sewage treatment plant - Brandon Funding, federal 4492

Springhill Farms Limited Hog market

Implications 4902 Price guarantees 490 I

Provincial commitment 4901 Stat us report 44 9 2

Sustainable development unit Agricultural representative 277

Tender process Schulman, Perry • Hiring 247 Unfair hiring practices 247

Petitions Manitoba Public I nsurance Corporation

General Insurance Division closure reversal 30; ruled in order 52 522; ruled in order 560

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 3574-7

Resolutions Brandon, City of

Urbanization 1 656-7 Social Assistance System

One-Tier 2045-7 Privilege, Matter of

Curtis, Charles, Public Servant Apology requested from Carstairs respecting comments made (Manness) 4 1 4; L.S. Evans 4 14-5; apology volunteered 4 14

Social Allowances Amendment Act (Bill 67)

2r 382 1 -4 Statute Law Amendment (Taxation) Act, 1 989

(Bill 86) 2r 343 1 -5; c;w 3640- 1 , 3642-3, 3645

Urgent Public Importance, Matters of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba 5462-4

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EVANS, Leonard S. (NDP, Brandon East}---Cont. VIA Rail cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 43 1 1 -2 Wildlife Amendment Act

( Bill 35) 2r 5403-5

Executive Council (Supply) 5064

External Affairs, Department of Minister's remarks

Filmon 326; Hemphill 326

Family allowance Benefit changes

Oleson 455; Wasylycia-Leis 454-5

Family Maintenance Amendment Act (Bill 52)

I r Man ness 1 609; 2r Edwards 5398-40 1 ; R/S 5940; 3 r 5943; R/ A 5957

Family Services, Department of Agency rei a tions

Gray 2240; Oleson 2240 Associate Deputy Minister

Filmon 1 746; Gray 1 746, 224 1 ; Oleson 224 1

Day care director replacement Gray 2242; Oleson 2242

Humphrey, Mary - Removal Doer 1 426; Filmon 1426; Gray 224 1 ; Oleson 224 1

Leadership, lack of Gray 1 2 1 8-24

Policy decisions Gray 3 1 28-9; Oleson 3 1 29

Spending decisions Carstairs 1 1 9 1 ; Filmon I 1 9 1

Staffing Gray 1 1 20- 1 ; Oleson 1 1 20- 1 , 1 1 58; Wasylycia-Leis 1 1 58

Underspending Ashton 5345; Filmon 5345

Family Services, Minister of Premier's support

Carstairs 1 1 56; Cummings I 082; Filmon I 036, 1 1 56-7; Gray 1 036, 1 08 1 -2

Resignation request Carstairs I 033, 1 1 1 9; Filmon 1 034, 1 035-6; Gray I 035; Oleson 1 1 1 9

Family Services (Supply) Opening Remarks

Oleson 4089-94 Response

Gray 4094-5 Wasylycia-Leis 4095-7

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries Gray 4097-4 1 0 1 ; Oleson 4097-4 1 06;

88

Family Services (Supply}---Cont. Wasylycia-Leis 4 1 0 1 -6

Financial Services Salaries

Gray 4 1 20-2; Oleson 4 1 20 Human Resource Services

Salaries Gray 4 1 22-5, 4 1 27-8; Oleson 41 22-8; Wasylycia-Leis 4 1 25-7

Research and Planning Other Expenditures

Gray 4 1 06-9; Oleson 40 1 6-9 Salaries

Gray 41 1 8-20; Oleson 4 1 1 8-20; Wasylycia-Leis 4 1 20

Social Services Advisory Committee Salaries

Gray 4 1 29; Oleson 4 1 29-30; Wasylycia-Leis 4 1 29-30

Child and Family Services Administration

Salaries Gray 4464-73, 4538; Oleson 4464-78, 4538-9; Wasylycia-Leis 4473-8, 4538-9

Child Day Care Salaries

Gray 4539-44; Oleson 4539-49; Wasylycia-Leis 4540, 4544-9

Children's Special Services Salaries

Gray 455 1 -2; Oleson 455 1 -2; Wasylycia-Leis 4552

Family Dispute Services External Agencies

Charles 4549-5 1 ; Oleson 4550- 1 Community Social Services

Administration Salaries

A. Driedger 41 60; Gray 4 1 59-62; Oleson 41 59-65; Wasylycia-Leis 4 1 62-5

Operations Salaries

Gray 4 1 66-70, 4 1 74-8, 4462-3, 4364-73, 4377, 4380-2; Kozak 4 1 70, 41 73-4; Oleson 4 1 66-78, 4459-63, 4363-82; Rose 4459-6 1 , 4463; Uruski 4363-4; Wasylycia-Leis 41 70-3, 446 1 -2, 4364-5, 4373-80

I ncome Security Central Directorate

Salaries Hemphill 4585-8, 46 1 9-2 1 , 4623; Oleson 4552-4, 4577-93, 461 9-25; Rose 4552-3, 4577-85, 4588-93, 462 1 -3; Wasylycia-Leis 4624-5

Regulations and Licensing Services Residential Care Licensing

Salaries Gray 4 1 30-2; Oleson 4 1 30-2

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Family fiolence Agency resources

Wasylycia-Leis 473; Filmon 473 Charges

Carstairs 522-3; McCrae 522-3 Child and Family Services

Firearms reporting Carstairs 523; Oleson 523

Referrals - schools Carstairs 523; Oleson 523

Counselling availability Carstairs 523; Oleson 523

Firearms seizure Carstairs 523; McCrae 523

Housing availability Ducharme 565-6; Wasylycia-Leis 565-6

Information strategy Gray 3780; Filmon 3780

Initiatives Hammond 566; Wasylycia-Leis 566

Programs Filmon 473; Wasylycia-Leis 473

Policy Oleson 383; Wasylycia-Leis 383

Farley Lake gold deposit Government purchase

Cowan 2383; Neufeld 2383, 2384; Storie 2384

Farm Income Stabilization Program See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Farmer of the Year L.E. Evans 939; Findlay 939; Uruski 939

Farming industry Debt restructuring

Findlay 5787; Plohman 5787 Economic growth

Findlay 5754; Plohman 5754 Financial assistance

Alcock 3652; Findlay 541 3-4; Manness 3652; Uruski 54 1 3-4

Foreign competition L.E. Evans 3382; Findlay 3382

Government initiatives Findlay 299 1 , 5786-7; Plohman 299 1 , 5786-7

Impact low water levels L.E. Evans 5580; Penner 5580

Manitoba financial statistics L.E. Evans 38 1 6; Findlay 38 1 6;

Minister's statement Findlay 299 1 ; Plohman 2990- 1

Net income L.E. Evans 38 16 ; Findlay 38 1 6; Filmon 3728; Uruski 3728

Safety net programs L.E. Evans 38 1 6; Findlay 38 1 6, 38 1 9, 3856 Uruski 38 1 9, 3856;

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89

Farming industry-Cont. Supply management protection

L.E. Evans 3382; Findlay 3382 See also Goods and services tax

Fast for Learning Campaign Downey 475; H. Driedger 475; Harper 475

Fatality Inquiries Act (Bill 65)

I r McCrae 1 967; 2r McCrae 3389-90; Minenko 4427-9, 4883-5; Storie 3390-5; Uruski 4885-6; R/S McCrae 5789; 3r 5790; R/ A 5836

Communications Minister - Federal Resignation request

Doer 2053-4; Filmon 2054

Federal Equalization Payments Budget predictions

Alcock 3652; Manness 3652; Reduction

Alcock 28 I 9; Carstairs I I 57; Filmon 1 1 57, 1 1 62; Manness 28 1 9

Documentation request Carstairs 1 1 57; Filmon 1 1 57

Manitoba statistics Alcock 3636, 3652; Manness 3636, 3652

Reductions Carstairs 4264; Doer 406 1 -2; Filmon 4062, 4264

Federal expenditures Review

Doer 26 I I ; Film on 26 I 1

Federal funding Manitoba statistics

Alcock 534 1 ; Carstairs 5276; Filmon 534 1 ; Manness 5276

Manitoba representation Alcock 5340; Filmon 5340

Premier's position Alcock 5300- 1 ; Filmon 530 1

Spending agenda Alcock 5340; Filmon 5340

Zero growth Carstairs 5 1 77-8; Filmon 5 1 77-8

Federal/Profincial programs Departmental memo

Doer 5360; Filmon 5360 Renewals

Filmon 5303; Wasylycia-Leis 5303

F ederalf Provincial relations Premier's involvement

Doer 4062; Filmon 4062; Political climate

Carr 29 1 3; Filmon 29 1 4

Federal Immigration Office Relocation

Carstairs 1 522-3; Cummings 1 522-3

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Federal operations Job layoffs

Carstairs 1 97 1 ; Filmon 1 97 1 Relocations task force request

A. Driedger 1 6 1 1 -2; Plohman 1 6 1 1 Winnipeg facilities

Carstairs 1 523; Cummings 1 523

Feedlot Enhancement Program Implementation

Filmon 5824; Uruski 5824

Ferreira, Antonio Deportation

Charles 2988; Filmon 2988 Family Services involvement

Charles 2988; Oleson 2988 Government intervention

Charles 2988; Filmon 2988

Festival du Voyageur Ashton 5 1 6 1 ; Cheema 5 1 60; Chornopyski 5 1 6 1 ; Gaudry 5 1 59-60; Harapiak 5242; Harper 5 1 60; Mitchelson 5 1 6 1 ; Orchard 5 1 60; Penner 5 1 60; Wasylycia-Leis 5 1 59

Filipino National Baseball Team Lamoureux 67 1 -2

FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo) (Premier) (President of the Executive Council (Minister of Federal/Provincial

Relations) Administration of Oaths of Office,

An Act respecting the ( Bill I ) l r 7

Budget Debate 55 1 -9

Constitution Amendment, 1 987 598 1 -9

Documents Tabled French Language Services

Manitoba policy 2527 Man-Ont Interconnection

Facilities Agreement System Participation Agreement

358 1 Meech Lake Accord

Report of the Manitoba Task Force 2073

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

l r 52; 2r 788-9; R/A 9 1 3 House Business

Adjournment Motion 5952-6 Chornopyski, William

Committees Chairmanship Whole House appointment 8

Deputy Speaker appointment 8 Votes and Proceedings

Perusal/printing 8 Legislative Assembly Amendment Act

( Bill 1 05)

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90

FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo)---Cont. I r 5838

Legislative Assembly Management Commission Amendment Act (Bill 1 2)

l r 24 1 ; R/A 4079 Ministerial Statements

Bedson, Derek Death of former Clerk of Executive Council of Manitoba

9 Manitoba Hydro

Ontario Hydro Agreements 358 1

Manitoba Telephone System Jurisdictional control

1 964 Meech Lake Accord

Manitoba Task Force Report 2073

Non-Political Statements China - Mil itary violence 332-3 Espineli, Sally

Return to Canada 54 1 9 Forest, Georges

Death of 5308 Hnatyshyn, Ray

Governor General appointment 1 665 Mandela, Nelson

Prison release 5 1 8 3-4 Manitoba Women's Institute

80th Anniversary 5365 McBryde, Ron

Death of former MLA (The Pas) 82 1 Ridd, Karen

Return from El Salvador 3223 Royal Winnipeg Ballet

50th Anniversary 1 582-3 Season's Greetings 4067-8 Smerchanski, Mark

Death of former MLA (Burrows) 1 1 63 United Nations Declaration of Human

Rights, 4 1 st Anniversary 3659 Oral Questions

Aboriginal rights Canadian Constitution - Section 35

5978 Premier's position 5976

Aboriginal people Distinct society 60 1 0- 1 Retribution, federal 601 2-3

Aboriginal self-government Premier's position 5977

Amtrak shuttle service Impact

VIA Rail workers 2207 Western Canada 2207

Justification 2209 Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

Personal attacks 60 1 0 Bill C-2 1

Manitoba position 729 Bill C-3 1 - Senate Committee

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FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo)---Cont. Manitoba representation 5 1 53-4

Bill No. 3 1 Withdrawal 5239

Bill No. 42 Consultations 5689, 57 53 Government support 5688-90 Lobby groups 582 1 -2 Passage 575 1 -2 Standing Committee referral 570 1 , 5750- 1 Winnipeg Real Estate Board 582 1

Brandon, Manitoba Decentralization impact 2970- 1

Budget Economic development 305-6 Gallery admittance 3 3 1 Health care funding 379-80 Invitation list 330- 1 Job creation 448-9 Manufacturing equipment tax 328 Secrecy 328

Budget - Federal Impact

Education 5478-9 Health care 541 8-9, 5440-2, 5445 Labour force 5442 Manitoba 1 29-30 Out-migration 5479

Native Communication Network 5479-80 Premier's correspondence 1 2 Rural development 38 1 -2 Transfer payments 5359-60 Western Diversification Fund 1 55

Burns Meats Government discussions 548 1

CFB Portage Ia Prairie Aeronautical centre 4392 Alternative use 1 3 Closure 1 3

Reversal 2732 Compensation 398 1 , 439 1 -2, 5275 Federal/provincial meeting 4392

CN Rail layoffs Labour adjustment strategy 54-5 Rail line abandonment 1 970- 1 Rural impact 59

Canada-Manitoba Tourism Agreement Forks Renewal Corporation

Funding 5884 Canada Pension Plan

Clawbacks 1 2 1 2-3 Canada Post

Northern subsidy reduction 3 1 24 Canada-U.S.S.R. trade

Port of Churchill 2988, 4822 Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Equality of Rights 4949 Child and Family Services

Budget commitment 2964 Deficits 536 1

Responsibility 2965 Funding 5363 Government communication 5360

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91

FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo)---Cont. Loan costs 2965

Child care Budget guarantees 1 838 Federal strategy 2732 Funding 1 838, 2076, 4597

Premier's statement retraction 1 662-3 Rural 56 1 2

Grants Legal opinion request 5579

Long-range planning 1 840, 1 842, 1 9 1 2 Revenue decrease 1 838 Space commitment 56 1 2 Standards reduction I 033 Underspending 4596 Workers

Cost of living increase 1 658-9 Fee schedule 1 9 1 3 Salaries 1 294-5, 5578-9 Salary negotiations

1 038, 1 838, 1 9 1 1 -2 Standards compliance 3 1 66 Walkout

Conciliation 1 782, 1 839-40 Premier's intervention 1 837

Working group Representation 4597

Child Care task force Recommendations 1 839

China - Military violence Development agreement suspension 326 Visa extensions - students 326

Civil servants Accountability 1 44 7

Civil Service Act Compliance 1 446, 1 448 Government policy 1 447

Civil Service Commission Policy grievance 1 446 Term positions 1 446

Communications, Minister of - Federal Resignation request 2054

Community Investment Fund Independent board 1 58 1 Morris Conservative Association 1 58 1 Volunteer Board announcement 1 58 1

Community Places program Worship centre exclusion 1 3 1 -2

Conawapa Project Employment opportunities 349 1 Environment working group 3491 Environmental impact study 3544, 3583 Native

Benefits 3585-6 I nvolvement 3585 Training programs 3585

Ontario Hydro agreement 3490 Preferential policy 3584 River diversions 3587 Treaty land claims 3586

Concordia Hospital Personal care beds 48 1 7

Constitutional affairs

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FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo)---Cont. Aboriginal participation 5977, 60 1 3 Negotiation process 5976-7 Public hearings 60 1 3

Constitutional conferences Aboriginal participation 60 1 2 Negotiation process 60 I 1 -2

Co-operative housing Program cuts 1 844

Crown corporations French language services 2382

Culture, Minister of Resignation request 654

Decentralization Announcement 3 1 63 Civil servant options 32 1 9-20 Hiring policy 5838-9, 5840 Impact families 5840- 1 MGEA consultations 5839-40 Manitoba Textbook Bureau 5842 Office locations 5839 Tabling request 3 1 62 Transfer notice 3 1 6 1 -2 U nemployment statistics 5845

Deer Lodge Hospital Acute care beds 5443 Extended care beds 3 1 27-8, 48 1 5, 5 1 1 5

Drought assistance Cost sharing 5275

Ducks Unlimited Canada Environmental hearings 4821 Environmental impact study 482 1

ERDA agreements Negotiations I I , 475

Announcement 5276 Premier intervention 782 Program cutbacks 5302

East European trade Business opportunities 5844-5

Economic growth Aboriginal people 601 3-4 Full-time employment decline 3633 Government initiatives

28 18 , 2820- 1 , 3328, 3873, 4394, 5302 Job creation 2820, 2875, 3634 Manitoba rate 28 1 8 , 4393 National rate 3633-4 Personal bankruptcies 28 1 8-9 Treasury Board meeting 4393

Education, Minister of Resignation request 59 1 3

E l Salvador External Affairs intervention 2987-8 Government condemnation 2988

Employment Preparation Centre Funding 1 1 62-3

Energy and Mines, Minister of Competence 3588-9 Ontario Hydro agreement signing 3588 Resignation request 2735

External Affairs, Department of Minister's remarks 326

Family Services, Department of

Hansard Index

92

FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo)---Cont. Associate Deputy Minister 1 746 Humphrey, Mary - Removal 1 426 Spending decisions 1 1 9 1 Staffing I 033 Underspending 5345

Family Services, Minister of Premier's support I 036, 1 1 56-7 Resignation request I 034, I 035-6

Family violence Agency resources 4 7 3 Program development 473-4

Farming industry Net income decline 3728

Federal Equalization Payments Reductions 1 1 57, 1 1 62, 4062, 4264 Documentation request I 1 57

Federal expenditures Review 26 1 1

Federal funding Manitoba representation 5340 Manitoba statistics 534 1 Premier's position 5301 Spending agenda 534 1 Zero growth 5 1 77-8

Federal operations Manitoba jobs 197 1

Federal/Provincial agreements Renewals 5303

Federal/Provincial programs Departmental memo 5360

Federal/Provincial relations Political climate 29 14 Premier's involvement 4062

Feedlot Enhancement Program Implementation 5824

Ferreira, Antonio Deportation 2988 Government intervention 2988

Finance, Minister of - Federal Resignation request 5342

First Ministers' Conference Education task force 2876 Federal equalization payments 2530 Issues discussed 3 1 24 VIA Rail service 2208

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Native Communication Network 5480

Forest fires Compensation, federal 3874-5, 5822 Public inquiry 3387

Invitations 5 1 57-8 Total costs 5822

Forks Renewal Corporation Board of Directors review 5825-6 Development moratorium 3852, 4082 Historical artifacts protection 4684 Hotel conversion 4082 Recreation centre 3853

Fort Osborne Complex Neighbourhood compatibility 1 55

Free Trade Agreement Natural resources protection 56 1 0

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FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo}--Cont. Subsidy negotiations 2986-7

Freedom of Information Act Gag orders 2003 Obstruction - Finance Minister 1 1 59

Gold mine - Shoal Lake Correspondence request 656 Environmental impact study 656

Goods and services tax Alternative 26 1 0 Conference Board o f Canada 2730- 1 Consumption tax 1 9 1 7-8 Corporate tax alternative 29 1 6 Cost to Manitobans 2529 Economic theory 1 9 1 7 Free Trade Agreement violation 1 9 1 6 Government position 2528, 2608, 2990 House of Commons Finance Committee

Submission tabling request 1 9 1 7 Impact

Labour 273 1 -2 Low-income families 3943 Manitoba 1 9 1 7, 2528

Implementation 3943-4 Indexing 2528, 394 1 , 3942 Manitoba Federation of Labour brief 3658 Ministerial support 394 1 Opposition support 3980 Premier's

Intervention I 032-3 Position 3940

Rebate 2608, 2609 Seniors' boycott 3850, 3942, 4396 Seven percent tax 3658, 394 1

Government advertising Inaccuracies 245-6

Government agencies Deficits 536 1

Government management Secrecy I 033

Grain export subsidies - U.S. Federal/Provincial discussions 495 1

Grain Transport Study Crow subsidy payment 4229

Head injuries Extended care beds 48 1 5

Health Advisory Network Concordia Hospital 94

Health care Computerized monitoring cards 5576 Extended care bed report 48 1 4, 48 1 6-7 Funding 93, 4265

Federal 48 1 7-8 Out-of-province treatment 3548

Municipal Hospitals 48 1 4-4 Northern staff shortages 8 1 8 Premier's intervention 4 1 33 Quick response team 4599 Underspending 5344-5, 5442 User fees 3547, 5446

Health care facilities Overcrowding 5 1 1 5

Health, Department of

Hansard Index

93

FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo}--Cont. Manual of Administration 4025

Health, Minister of Accountability 94 Apology request 3982 Campaign promises 4087 Pay equity position 32 1 8 Speech tabling request 3493

Health Sciences Centre Emergency facility upgrading 4 1 33

Hog industry Government support 3729 Supply 5824

Home care system Expansion 48 1 6

Housing, Minister of Resignation request 5753

Industry Potato processing 4392-3

Infrastructure renewal Funding 5307

Interest rates Impact labour 534 1

Laboratory Centre for Disease Control Construction delay 55 1 4-5 Environmental impact study 3 1 24 Government support 333 1 -2 Lobby efforts 26 1 2

Results 3332 Opening date 55 1 5 Provincial involvement 2053 Site selection 1 9 1 4-6, 1 973-4, 2052

Labour skills training Funding 3329 Implementation 2820 Initiatives 449-50 Strategy 3328-9

Ladco land development deal Finalization date 1 56 Proposals 206

Tabling request 206 Library closures

Government position 5 1 20 Lynn Lake, Manitoba

Mobility assistance program 3779-80 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Negotiations 2473-4, 25 1 1 -2, 2735 Premier's intervention 2380- 1 , 2474

Machray Day Care Centre Premier invitation 1 037-8

Manfor divestiture Environmental

Hearings 1 7 Funding 1 7

Impact study 1 5 Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corporation

Buy-back program 3728 Manitoba Child Care Association

Class action suit 3 1 66 Meeting request

1 426-7, 1 78 1 -2, 1 837, 1 839, 1 843, 1 9 1 1 , 1 9 1 3, 2 1 53

Manitoba Hazardous Waste Corporation

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FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo}-Cont. Pesticide disposal 1 7 43

Manitoba Hydro Development 3490

Manitoba Intercultural Council Advisory role 469 Board member selection 469 Funding responsibilities 469-70 Government interference 469 Russell, Grant

Appointment 56 1 -2, 599-600 Endorsement 599 Resignation request 526, 600

Manitoba Medical Association Billing increase cap 3442-3 Binding arbitration 5698, 5748-9 Final offer selection 3545-6 Negotiations 3488, 4088, 5696-7, 5699 Premier's apology 5698

Manitoba, Province of Ottawa lobby office study 890

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation General Insurance Division 528

Report availability 529 Manitoba Telephone System

All-party committee 3549 Competition 204 Grass-roots lobby group 2055 Jurisdictional control

1 969-70, 2004, 3548-9 Legal opinion 2054

Meadow Portage Community division 207-8

Review 208 Ministerial meeting 208

Medical profession Binding arbitration 3492 Recruitment 5749

Meech Lake Accord Aboriginal people inclusion

5962-3, 5965-6 Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs' meeting

Premier's attendance 5965 Canada Clause 5964 Deadline extension 5965 Manitoba position reaction 26 1 1 Negotiation process 5962 Parallel agreement 55 1 3-4 Parliamentary committee 5963 Premier's position

3332-3, 3657. 5963-4 Proposals - Senator Murray 5975 Public hearings 26 1 2, 5964-5, 5975-6 Quebec consultations 55 14 Racist editorial cartoon 2278 Senate reform committee 3657, 55 1 3

Mentally handicapped Employment programs funding

4290, 4955, 5 1 59 Service reduction I 036

Military personnel Transfers 1 293-4

Minority language rights

Hansard Index

94

FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo}-Cont. Premier's position 1 2 1 5, 5683 Prime Minister's position 1 2 1 5 Throne speech 560- 1

Municipal Works Yard Provincial capital funding 3332

National Energy Board Export licence disallowance 2058

Native Communication Network Provincial assistance 60 1 5

Native education Funding, post-secondary 3 1 0, 2075 Student aid 5 1 8 1

Networks of Centres of Excellence Manitoba funding share 2378

North Portage Development Corporation Cash flow 204 Place Promenade

Documentation request 5047 Public Accounts Committee 5048-50 Village at Portage Place

Mortgage default 204 Public auction 408 1

Northern Development Agreement Government initiatives 530 1

Northern flooding Correspondence request 2 2 1 1

Northern Tax Allowance Boundary line revision 2307-8 Thompson exclusion 1 1 26

Older workers Program responsibility 5092

Oriented Strand Board Project Feasibility study 1 4-5 Funding 1 4

Ottawa lobby office Architectural costs 1 2 1 2 Staffing 1 2 1 2

Out-migration Federal support 3874 Funding, promotional 245 Government strategy 3872 Manitoba statistics 3872-3

POWA Agreement LynnGold Resources Inc. 4493-4 Qualification period 565 1 -2

Parent-Child Centres Funding 2965

Personal care homes Parainfluenza deaths 468

Physically disabled Funding 5 1 58 Pediatric services 5 1 58

Pornographic materials Government sanctions 3653 Human Rights Code review 3653

Port of Churchill Continued use 5580- 1 Government support 34

Power Engineers Act Amendments 4490

Prairie Militia headquarters Building occupants 1 293

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FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo)---Cont. Relocation 1 293

Premier's Council formation Industry and technology 3329-30

Printing industry Contracts, awarding of 4286

Progressive Conservative Party Agenda 5440, 5443, 5477-8 Fundraising dinner

Ethnic/racist jokes 2 1 54 Premier's action 2 1 54

Progressive Conservative Party - Federal Premier's disassociation 5823

Public health Information release 420

Public Utilities Board Funding 3543-4 Manitoba Hydro - capital projects 3543

Racism All-party task force 4969-70

Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project Environmental impact study 1 5

Repap Manitoba Inc. Environmental

Licence monitoring 4864 Lobbying 4865

Ridd, Karen Arrest - El Salvador 2987

Rural Development, Department of Minister's concerns 1 742-3

Rural economic development Infrastructure costs 1 1 97, 1 298-9

Rural services Enhancement 288 1

Sais, Ryan Social assistance 2968-9

School boards Pay equity, voluntary 32 1 8

Schools, private Funding

Law Amendments Committee 59 1 2-3 Senate reform committee

Announcement 2920 Formation 5303-4 Make-up 2920

Seniors Directorate Initiatives 2437

Sexual abuse Group home monitoring 1 746

Shelter allowances Cost of living increase 1 843-4 Funding 1 844

Silica-Sand Plant Negotiation process 1 50

Skills Unlimited Funding I 1 56, 1 1 92 Orders-in-Council 1 1 9 1 -2

Smoking in Public Places By-law Administration 3853-4 Fine imposition 3854

Social agencies Funding 5362

Hansard Index

95

FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo)---Cont. Social assistance

Policy review 2969 Solvit Resources Inc.

Public inquiry 4 1 89-90 South Africa

Diplomatic relations withdrawal 2877 South African Embassy

Intelligence operation External Affairs intervention 2877, 2920

Sturgeon Creek Enterprises Program review 4290

Summer Youth Employment Office Funding 5 1 80

Sustainable Development, International Institute for

Announcement 5274-5, 5301 Funding 1 5 Site announcement 1 424-5

Tender process Unfair hiring practices 24 7

Territorial governments Provincial status 5977-8, 601 1

Thompson General Hospital Anesthetist shortage 8 1 9 Maintenance funding 8 1 9

Tourism Agreement Replacement 5301

Transportation industry I mpact job losses 1 452 Layoffs 1 2 1 3

Treaty rights Education 601 4 Extension 1 842 Protection 601 4 Resource development 601 4-5

Universal health care Government commitment 5 1 79

Unemployment rate Manitoba statistics 3656, 4265 Strategy 3634 Women 28 1 9

V I A Rail cutbacks Documentation 1 342 Federal/Provincial discussions 1 378-9 First Ministers' meeting 1 578 Government's position 1 343 Impact study 1 379 Legal intervention 4226-7, 4286 Manitoba statistics 4286-7 Northern route protection 1 578, 2208-9 Premier's intervention 1 577-8 Provincial strategy 1 379 Reversal 2732 Transfers 4287 Transportation Ministers' meeting 2208

Villa Royale Project Minister's meeting 4970- 1

Violence against women Information strategy 3780- 1

WHMIS Chief Occupational Medical Officer

Replacement 2879

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FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo}-Cont. Program delivery 2879

West Broadway Family Centre Funding 5536-7, 56 1 3

Western Diversification Fund Funding I I Spending agenda 5300

Winnipeg Arena proposal Federal/Provincial discussions 29 1 3 Provincial involvement 29 1 3 Site preference 3852

Winnipeg, City of Capital grants 1 9 1 5

Winnipeg downtown revitalization Program co-ordination 205

Workplace Safety and Health Oil burner installation 4490 Regulation amendments, 562

Cancer-causing substances 523, 524-5, 563, 675

Prevention programs 525 Reversal 675 Standard reduction 4490

Points of Order P fO by Ashton respecting reference to

absence of Member (Filmon) 3 1 28 ; ruled in order 3 1 28; withdrawn (Filmon) 3 1 28

P fO by Ashton respecting words "deliberately putting false information on the record" ( Filmon) referencing Taylor 3586; taken under advisement 3586; ruled in order 5922; withdrawal requested 5922; withdrawn (Filmon) 5922

P /0 by Cowan respecting words "political expediency" (Filmon) 2474; withdrawal requested (Rocan) 2474; withdrawn (Filmon) 2474-5

P/0 by McCrae respecting words "We have all noted with interest that there have been changes to the Public Utility Board, I presume so it is easier for ICG to get their rate applications through" (Storie) 870; withdrawal requested (McCrae) 870; Ashton 870; Filmon 870; taken under advisement 870; ruled in order 979; withdrawal requested 979; withdrawn (Storie) 979

P/0 by Rocan respecting words "hasn't got the guts" (Filmon) 3728; withdrawal requested 3728; withdrawn (Filmon) 3728

P/0 by Rocan respecting words "deliberately misleading" (Filmon) 3942; withdrawal requested 3942; withdrawn (Filmon) 3942

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Hansard Index

96

FILMON, Hon. Gary (PC, Tuxedo}-Cont. Boards, Commissions and Agencies

Appointments 1 1 49-5 1 Throne Speech

Consider Motion 8 Throne Speech Debate

294-302 Urgent Public Importance, Matters of

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 907-9

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 077-8

Native education Post-secondary funding 322-3

Final Offer Selection Impact study

Doer 45 1 1 -2; Hammond 45 1 2 Information release

Ashton 1 746-7; Hammond 1 747 Labour Minister's position

Doer 45 1 1 -2; Hammond 45 1 1 -2 See also Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 1 )

Finance, Minister of Federal/Provincial meeting

Carstairs 8 1 4-5; Manness 8 1 5

Finance, Minister of - Federal Resignation request

Doer 5341 -2; Filmon 5342

Finance (Supply) 5064

Financial Report, Quarterly Health care underspending

Carstairs 38 1 3; Orchard 38 1 3-4

FINDLAY, Hon. Glen M. (PC, Virden) (Minister of Agriculture) (Minister responsible for the

administration of The Manitoba Telephone Act)

Agriculture (Supply) Opening Remarks

627-30 Response

(L .E. Evans) 630-5 (Uruski) 635-8

Administration and Finance Communications Branch

Salaries 768-9 Computer Services

Salaries 842 Executive Support

Policy Studies 639-42, 755-8, 759-62, 766-8

Salaries 639, 759 Financial and Administrative Services

Other Expenditures 842 Salaries 840-2

Minister's Salary 1 7 1 4-20 Personnel Services

Salaries 843-7

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FINDLAY, Hon. Glen M. (PC, Virden}-Cont. Program Analysis

Salaries 84 7 Summerfallow Compensation Program

Administration 847-8 Agricultural Development and Marketing

Administration Other Expenditures 1 320-2

Animal Industry Branch Other Expenditures 1 322-4

Marketing Branch Other Expenditures 1 332-4

Soils and Crops Branch Other Expenditures 1 326-3 1

Special Assistance for Commercial Beekeepers 1 3 3 1 -2

Veterinary Services Branch Other Expenditures 1 322-5

Drugs and Semen Purchases 1 647-8 Education Tax Reduction Program for

Farmers 1 648-9 Emergency Interest Rate Relief Program

1 640 Federal/Provincial Agreements

Agri-Food Agreement 1 640- 1 , 1 645-7 Soil Conservation Agreement 1 642-5

Income Insurance Fund Administration 1 5 1 5-20

Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corporation 1 286-91

Manitoba Crop Insurance Corporation Administration

848-55, 1 1 68-70, 1 24 1 -54, 1 280-6 Policy and Economics Division 1 4 1 1 -4

Agriculture Research University of Manitoba - Grant

1 554-6 Certification Agency 1 5 1 3-5 Economics Branch

Other Expenditures 1 472-83 Family Farm Protection Act

1 556-64, 1 638-40 Manitoba Farm Lands Ownership Board

1 55 1 -4 Manitoba Natural Products Marketing

Council 1 48 3-6, 1 5 1 0-3 Milk Prices Review Commission 1 548-5 1

Regional Agricultural Services Division 1 334-7

Agricultural Crown Lands Branch Salaries 1 404- 1 1

Documents Tabled Agriculture

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

522 Agri-Food Projects

Summary 1 640

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 79 1 -2

Hansard Index

97

FINDLAY, Hon. Glen M. (PC, Virden}-Cont. Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) 2r 5269-72

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Driver and Vehicle Licensing

Management Services Salaries 1 529

Ministerial Statements Advisory Council on Agri-Food

Impacts of Change 2527

Manitoba Telephone System Service for the Future Program

2376 Non-Political Statements

Farmer of the Year Award Paul and Dorothy Born 939

Home Economist Week lO 1 5 Johnston, Lyndon

World Champion Figure Skater 5 1 59 Manitoba 4-H Participants 2535

Oral Questions Agricultural Advisory Committee

Background data 26 1 4 Crow rate review 277

Agri-Food Policy Conference Drought assistance 3635 GATT negotiations 3635 Safety net programs 363 5 Supply management protection 2878

Budget - Federal Farm income assistance 541 3

Canola oil industry Seed crushing plants 45 1 4 Tariff reduction U .S. production 45 1 4

Cargill Foods Limited Inter-provincial trade 2238

Crop insurance Cost sharing 529 Coverage 529-30, 2990

Crow benefit Agricultural Advisory Council 4395-6 Impact red meat industry 2008 Manitoba proposal 2008-9 Payment plan 2008, 4343

Costs 4600- 1 Livestock industry 47 1 2-3 Minister's position 4601 Processing opportunities 4 7 1 2 Technical advice 460 1

Drought assistance Acreage involved 2990 Announcement 4865 Assessment 5580 Cost sharing 5580 Federal

Ag Rep assistance 1 690 Application 3382

Funding Federal 97-8 Provincial 98

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FINDLAY, Hon. Glen M. (PC, Virden)--Cont. Interlake compensation 98 Livestock producers 246 Package 2990 Payment

Delay 820 Plan 209- 10 Schedule 4865

East-West Packers Ltd. Closure 5887

Farming industry Debt restructuring 5786 Drought assistance 38 1 9 Economic growth 5754 Financial assistance 541 3-4 Foreign competition 3382 Government initiatives 299 1 , 5786-7 Impact low water levels 5580 Manitoba financial statistics 38 1 6 Minister's statement 299 1 Net income decline 38 1 5 Safety net programs 38 1 6, 38 1 9, 3856 Supply management protection 3382

Free Trade Agreement Dairy products 1 690 Grain export subsidies - U.S. 4862-3 Grain transport subsidies 4865 Subsidy definition 1 1 6 1 , 3382-3

GATT decision Canadian dairy products 1 690

Goods and services tax Impact farming 1 69 1

Grain Cash Advancement Program Reinstatement 1 1 96

Grain export subsidies - U.S. Federal/Provincial discussions 4950 Impact grain prices 486 1 -2

Hog industry Labour adjustment strategy 55 16 Pork countervail

Documentation 1 2 1 4 Evaluation 1 1 97

Production statistics 5654-5 Subsidy exclusion 1 2 1 3-5

Livestock industry Feeder cattle figures 385 1 Subsidies 2238, 3852

Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corp. Buy-back program 3820 Cases in arrears 338 1 Foreclosures 338 1

Manitoba Telephone System 9 1 1 service 291 6-7 Basic rate freeze 3386 China - Military violence

Special telephone service 325 Competition 203-4 Computer sales 2383 Facsimile machine sales 203 Mandate 2384 Northern Telecom contract 1427-8 Rate reductions 3386

Meat packing industry

Hansard Index

98

FINDLAY, Hon. Glen M. (PC, Virden)--Cont. Initiatives 2239 Inter-provincial trade 2238

Networks of Centres of Excellence Agricultural projects 2378

Northern Telecom contract Job security 2003, 2057-8

Port of Churchill Grain shipments 33 Subsidies 34

Red Meat Forum Recommendations 277

Red Meat Stabilization Program Impact Manitoba 2239 Subsidies 3851

Right-To-Farm Legislation Animal rights 4974 Timetable 4974

Springhill Farms Limited Agreement details 4954 Closure 2239 Hog market

Implications 4902, 4953, 4954 Price guarantees 490 I

Pork countervail 1 1 6 1 Pricing formula 4954 Provincial commitments 4901 Purchase plan 4954

Stubble and peat burning Government strategy 4974-5

Sustainable development Agricultural representative 277

Telecommunications Federal/Provincial agreement 5342

Western Diversification Fund Countervail impact 1 2 1 4

Wildlife management areas Land leasing policy 1 5 25

Young Farmer Rebate Program Manitoba statistics 2436 Payment policy 2436

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Canadian Wheat Board Retaining oats 1 372-4

Farm Income Stabilization Program 704-6

Sessional Papers Agricultural Producers' Organization Certification Agency

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Agriculture

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

27 1 Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

149 Manitoba Beef Commission

Annual Report for year ended

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FINDLAY, Hon. Glen M. (PC, Virden}-Cont. March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Manitoba Crop Insurance Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Manitoba Farm Lands Ownership Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Manitoba Mediation Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Manitoba Milk Prices Review Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Manitoba Telephone System

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

203 Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 1 00) 2r 5900-5

Throne Speech Debate 2 1 7-23

Urban Affairs (Supply) Urban Policy Co-ordination

Other Expenditures 2 1 97 Urgent Public I mportance, Matter of

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 885-6

Firearms control Child and Family Services

Edwards 3588; Oleson 3588 Enforcement

Edwards 443 1 , 5539; McCrae 443 1 , 5539-40

Manitoba gun statistics Hemphill 4436; McCrae 4436

Medical certificate requirement Edwards 4430; Hemphill 4435; McCrae 4430, 4436

Photo licences Edwards 3587, 443 1 ; McCrae 3587, 443 1

Restricted weapon locations Edwards 443 1 ; McCrae 443 1

Firearms Legislation Enforcement

Edwards 3588; McCrae 3588

First Ministers' Conference Agenda

Carstairs 3 1 24; Filmon 3 1 24 Education task force

Carstairs 2876; Filmon 2876 Federal Equalization Payments

Doer 2530; Filmon 2530 VIA Rail service

Carstairs 2208; Filmon 2208

Hansard Index

99

Fiscal policies Federal/Provincial conflict

Kozak 2009- 1 4

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Native Communication Network

Doer 5480; Filmon 5480

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27)

l r Manness 4 1 5; 2r Alcock 2488-9 1 ; Angus 1 1 76-8; Ashton 2882-8; Charles 1 1 7 1 -3; Cowan 1 1 98- 1 204; Doer 1 850-5; H. Driedger 1 672-6; Edwards 222 1 -5; Enns 1 1 78-9; L.E. Evans 2059-63; L.S. Evans 1 349-52; Harapiak 2984-5, 3231 -6; Harper 667-70; Kozak 879-80; Lamoureux 2662-4; Maloway 1 676-9, 1 75 1 -3; Manness 662-6, 1 204, 3447; Minenko 1 1 28-30; Neufeld 1 1 73-6; Plohman 1 666-72; Storie 873-9; Taylor 1 204-8; Uruski 2439-43; Wasylycia-Leis 3236-8; C jW Alcock 3660-4, 3669-72; Kozak 3664-9, 3672; Manness 3659-72; R/S Alcock 3783; L.S. Evans 3783; Manness 3782-3; 3r Man ness 3784; R/ A 3803

Fishing industry I mpact low water levels

Charles 5 5 1 9; Enns 5 5 1 9

Flood Control and Emergency Expenditures (Supply)

5059

Flooding, Northern Manitoba Correspondence request

Filmon 22 1 1 ; Storie 22 1 1 Court action

Downey 22 1 1 ; Enns 22 1 1 -2; Storie 22 1 1

Food banks Children's use

Gray 1 66 1 ; Oleson 1 66 1 Government support

Gray 1 66 1 ; Oleson 1 66 1

Food processing industry Plant closures

Doer 5609; Ernst 5609

Foreign workers Government policy

Ernst 3383; L.S. Evans 3383 Ogilvie Oats dismantling

Ernst 3383, 3446; L.S. Evans 3383

Forest Amendment Act (Bill 9) l r Enns 52; 2r Charles 1 435-6; Enns 1 208- 1 0; L.S. Evans 2496; R/S Enns 5939; 3r 5943; R/ A 5957

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Forest fires Compensation, federal

Alcock 3874; Carstairs 5822; Filmon 3874, 5822

Public inquiry Cowan 3386-7; A. Driedger 1 582; Enns 3387; Filmon 3387-8; Harapiak 1 582

Total costs Carstairs 5822; Filmon 5822

Forest, Georges Death of

Filmon 5308; Gaudry 5307-8; Wasylycia-Leis 5309

Forest management Clear cutting

Charles 1 425; Enns 1425

Forestry Month Charles 30- 1 ; Enns 30; Harapiak 3 1

Forks Renewal Corporation Accountability

Carr 5885; Ducharme 5885 Board of Directors review

Doer 5825-6; Filmon 5825-6 Boat basin

Construction Carr 5575-6, 5650- I ; Ducharme 565 1 ; Ernst 5575-6, 5650

Contract Carr 5783-4; Ducharme 5783-4

Delay costs Carr 5784, 5786; Ducharme 5784, 5786

Funding Carr 5650, 5702, 5786; Ducharme 5702; Ernst 5650, 5786

Court injunction, construction Cummings 5825; Taylor 5825

Development moratorium Carr 38 19, 3852, 4082, 5684, 5884; Ducharme 38 I 9, 5684-5, 5884; Filmon 3852, 4082

Documentation request Carr I 525; Ducharme 1 525

Environment Act Exemption

Cummings 5686- 7; Taylor 5686 Violation

Cummings 5825; Taylor 5824-5 Environmental impact study

Cummings 5686; Taylor 5686 Executive salary review

Ducharme 626 Government priorities

Carr 38 I 8; Ducharme 38 1 8-9; Historical artifacts protection

Carr 5684; Filmon 5684 Hotel conversion

Carr 408 1 -2; Filmon 4082 Housing

Carr 572

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100

Forks Renewal Corporation-Cont. Leasing arrangements

Carr I 524-5; Ducharme I 525 Mandate

Carstairs 45 I 3; Ducharme 45 1 3 Penn-Co Construction agreement

Carr 4395; Ducharme 4395 Planning

Carr 4 I 8-9; Ducharme 4 1 9 Recreation centre

Carr 3852; Filmon 3853 Site status

Ducharme 262 Visitor Centre funding

Carr 48 I 8, 4860, 4898, 5575; Ernst 48 I 8-9, 4860, 4898, 5575

See also Canada- Manitoba Tourism Agreement; Urban Affairs (Supply) - Urban Policy Co-ordination; Winnipeg Arena - Proposal

Fort Dauphin Museum Regional museum pilot project

Mitchelson 2768-70; Plohman 2768-9

Fort Garry Hotel Casino See Crystal Casino

Fort Garry Women's Resource Centre Waiting list

Gray 536

Fort Osborne Complex Neighbourhood compatibility

Cowan 1 55-6; Filmon 1 55; Mitchelson 1 56

Fossil fuel products Exploration

H. Driedger 348; Neufeld 348

Franchises Act (8i11 93)

I r Maloway 4224

Free Trade Agreement Adjustment assistance

Alcock 3849; Manness 3849; Bottom Line Technologies Inc.

Doer 727; Manness 727 Cancellation clause

Alcock 5339; Manness 5339 Corporate mergers

Doer 5608-9; Ernst 5609- I 0 Dairy products

L.E. Evans 1 690; Findlay 1 690 Education, funding

Derkach I I 25; Minenko I I 25 Gasoline exports

Doer 4489; Neufeld 4489 Government support criteria

Ernst 3 I 68, 3222; Kozak 3 I 68, 3222 Grain export subsidies - U.S.

Doer 4862, 4950; Findlay 4862-3, 4950- I

Grain transport subsidies

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Free Trade Agreement-Cont. Findlay 4865-6; Uruski 4865

Impact Environmental funding

Neufeld 2650; Storie 2650 Food processing industry

Doer 4488-9; Ernst 4489 Furniture industry

Doer 4489; Ernst 4489 Labour force

Alcock 4646; Doer 727-8; Ernst 444 1 -2; Hammond 4646; Manness 727-8; Minenko 444 1 -2

Manitoba Alcock 5358; Ernst 5358

Manufacturing jobs L.S. Evans 449 1 ; Ernst 4491

Social programs Carstairs 3070; Ernst 3070

Labour adjustment strategy Alcock 4646, 4706-7; Carr 1 1 96; Carstairs 307 1 -2; Cummings 4707; Derkach 1 1 25, 4646-7; Ernst 307 1 -2; Hammond 4646; Minenko 1 1 25

Legal opinion Doer 3330; Neufeld 3330

Manitoba preference clause Doer 3330- 1 ; Neufeld 333 1

Manufacturing sector Ernst 1 688; L.S. Evans 1 688

Mexico relocation Doer 727-8; Manness 727-8

Motor vehicle regulations Carstairs 1 685; A. Driedger 1 685, 1 689; Maloway 1 689

Plant closures Ernst 1 085; L.S. Evans 1 085

Programs analysis Carstairs 3 1 23; Ernst 3 1 23

Social programs list Carstairs 307 1 ; Ernst 307 1

Springhill Farms Limited Ernst 1 1 60; L.E. Evans 1 1 60

Subsidies Definition

L.E. Evans 1 1 6 1 , 3382; Findlay 1 1 6 1 , 3382-3

Negotiations Carstairs 2986-7, 3070- 1 , 3 1 23; Ernst 307 1 , 3 1 23, 3 1 66, 3 1 68, 322 1 ; Filmon 2986-7; Kozak 3 1 67-8, 322 1 ; Praznik 3 1 66-7

Trade Minister's preparation Ernst 322 1 ; Kozak 322 1

Violation Filmon 1 9 1 6; Kozak 1 9 1 6

Year end analysis Doer 4488; Ernst 4488

Freedom of Information Act Applicant's use

Angus 1 1 58 ; Mitchelson 1 1 58

Hansard Index

101

Freedom of Information Act-Cont. Gag orders

Carstairs 2003; Filmon 2003 Obstruction - Finance Minister

Angus 1 1 59; Filmon 1 1 59 Ombudsman Report

Carstairs 2002; Doer 2004; Manness 2002, 2004

See also Manitoba Data Services

GATT See General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

GST See Goods and Services Tax

Garrison Diversion Project Funding

Cummings 785; Harapiak 785 Impact Manitoba

Enns 784; Harapiak 784 Status

Charles 5027; Enns 5027

Gas utilities Annual rate increase

Angus 5647; Neufeld 5647

GAUDRY, Neil (LIB, St. Boniface) Beverage Container Act

(Bill 1 0) 2r 4383-4

Budget Debate 443-6

Constitution Amendment, 1 987 6026-9

Documents Tabled Manitoba Hydro

Rebate coupon (English only) 2382

I ndustry, Trade and Tourism (Supply) Tourism Division

Administration Salaries 4536-7

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 1 734-5 Non-Political Statements

Festival du Voyageur 5 1 59-60 Forest, Georges

Death of 5307-8 Monnin, Alfred

Chief Justice Manitoba Court of Appeal Retirement 4867-8

Oral Questions Crown corporations

French language services 2382 Daley, Mary

Emergency shelter 48 1 8 Manitoba Hydro

French language services 238 1-2 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Russell, Grant Appointment 526 Resignation request 526

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GAUDRY, Neil (LIB, St. Boniface)---Cont. Service de Conseiller St. Viateur Ltee.

Funding 1 780- 1 Sister Clermont Health Plan

Government support 244 Termination 244

Points of Order P fO by Alcock respecting imputation

of motives (Manness) 420 1 -2; Manness 4202; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 4202; ruled out of order 5920

P fO by Angus respecting threat of invisible axe (Man ness) 4208; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 4208; withdrawn (Manness) 4208

P fO by Edwards respecting imputation of motives (Downey) 430 I ; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 430 1 ; withdrawn (Downey) 4301

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade Dairy products

L.E. Evans 1 690; Findlay 1 690 See also Agri-Food Policy Conference

General Salary Increases (Supply) 5059

GILLFSHAMMER, Harold (PC, Minnedosa) Economic Development, Standing Committee

1 st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 93-6; 42 1 0- 1

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bi l l I I )

2r 794-5 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) 2r 5266-7

Industrial Relations, Standing Committee 2nd Report 1 963

Oral Questions Bill No. 3

Statistics 2823 Land Titles Office

Delays 605 Manitoba HydroBonds

Status report 98 Smoking in Public Places By-law

Administration 3853 Fine imposition 3854

Points of Order P fO by Ashton respecting Minister's

statement during consideration of Estimates 1 224; Downey 1 1 67; Manness 1 1 67-8; taken under advisement

(Gilleshammer) 1 1 68; ruled out of order (Gilleshammer) 1 224

Hansard Index

102

GILLESHAMMER, Harold (PC, Minnedosa)---Cont. P /0 by Ducharme respecting

unparliamentary language 2975; Lamoureux 2975; taken under advisement

(Gilleshammer) 2975; ruled out of order 3388

Private Bills, Standing Committee on I st Report 5607

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Electoral Boundaries Commission Composition 3686-7

Obstetrical Centres Establishment 5395-6

Restaurant Al lergy Menus 1 492-3 Professional Home Economists Act

(Bil l 1 04) I r 58 1 9; 2r 586 1 -2; R/S 5943; R/ A 5958

Public Utilities and Natural Resources, Standing Committee on

2nd Report 5647 3rd Report 5930-3

Throne Speech Debate 1 34-7

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Child care crisis

Effects on Manitobans 1 1 09- 1 0

Gloria School - Hong Kong Departmental study

Derkach 2645; Doer 2645 Education, Deputy Minister visit

Derkach 2646; Doer 2646 Government

Expense Derkach 2650; Yeo 2650

Involvement Derkach 2645; Doer 2645

Manitoba teachers Derkach 2650; Yeo 2650

Monitoring Derkach 2646; Doer 2646

Opening date Derkach 2650; Yeo 2650

Gods River, Manitoba Airport upgrading

A. Driedger 4397; Harper 4397

Gold mine - Shoal Lake Arsenic testing

Cummings 872; Wasylycia-Leis 87 1 Correspondence request

Cummings 205-6, 278, 655, 732; Doer 205; Filmon 656; Taylor 732; Wasylycia-Leis 655

Environment Hearings

Cummings 205, 59 1 I ; Doer 205; Taylor 59 1 1

Impact study Carr 562; Cummings 205, 206, 562, 885; Doer 205, 206, 885; Enns 2687;

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Gold mine - Shoal Lake--Cont. Filmon 656; Hemphill 2687; Wasylycia-Leis 656

Tailing sample analysis Cummings 784, 885; Doer 885; Taylor 784

Water protection plan Carr 562; Cummings 562, 7 3 1 -2; Taylor 73 1 -2

Water quality Cummings 591 1 ; Taylor 59 1 1

Winnipeg Water Protection Group Cummings 59 1 1 ; Taylor 59 1 1

Golden Universe Marketing Corporation Business name registration

Maloway 1 959

Goods and services tax Administration

L.S. Evans 2880; Manness 2880 All-party task force

L.S. Evans 3637; Manness 3637 Alternative

Carstairs 394 1 ; Cummings 324 1 ; Doer 26 1 0, 29 1 6, 324 1 , 3942-3; L.S. Evans 2880; Filmon 26 1 0- 1 , 29 16, 3658, 394 1 -2; Manness 26 10, 2880, 3943; Storie 3658

Application Carstairs 778; Manness 778

Blenkarn Report Alcock 365 1 ; Manness 365 1

Cascading Alcock 3944; Manness 3944

Concessions Carstairs 363 1 ; Man ness 363 1

Conference Board of Canada Report Carstairs 2729-3 1 ; Filmon 2730- 1 ; Manness 2730

Consumption tax Alcock 1 9 1 7; Carstairs 2529; Filmon 1 9 1 7; Manness 1 972, 2529

Corporate Benefits

Doer I 08 1 ; Manness I 08 1 Contribution

Doer 2529; Manness 2529-30 Cost to Manitobans

Doer 1034-5, 2529; Filmon 2529; Manness 1 034-5

Economic theory Filmon 1 9 1 6-7; Filmon 1 9 1 7

Energy resources Angus 1 1 26; Manness 1 1 26

Farm lands L.E. Evans 2970; Manness 2970

Finance Minister's position Alcock 365 1 , 365 2; Carstairs 1 659, 2528, 2729, 363 1 ; Doer 1 034, 1 080- 1 ; Filmon 2528; Manness 1034, 1 080- 1 , 1 659, 2729, 363 1 , 365 1 , 3652

Food exclusion

Hansard Index

103

Goods and services tax-Cont. Carstairs 1 659; Manness 1 659

Free Trade Agreement violation Filmon 1 9 1 6; Kozak 1 9 1 6

Funding, federal Alcock I 036; Manness I 036-7

Government Approval

Carstairs 2644; Downey 2644 Position

Carstairs 2608, 2644, 3240; Cummings 3240; Filmon 2608, 2644, 2990; Harper 2989-90; Manness 5703; Plohman 5702-3

House of Commons Finance Committee Submission tabling request

Alcock 1 9 1 7; Filmon 1 9 1 7; Manness 1 972

Housing Applications

Carstairs 2875; Cummings 324 1 ; Doer 324 1 ; Manness 2876

Exemption Carstairs 3240; Cummings 3240

Impact Aboriginal peoples

Harper 2989; Manness 2989 Autopac rates

Angus 5648; Cummings 5648 Cultural industry

Alcock 1 037; Charles 1 665; Manness 1 037; Mitchelson 1 665

Departmental Carstairs I 080; Man ness I 080

Employment rate L.S. Evans 3637; Manness 3637

Energy resources Angus 1 1 26; Neufeld 1 1 26

Farming Findlay 1 69 1 ; Uruski 1 69 1

Health care Cheema 3494; Orchard 3494

Labour Alcock 398 1 ; Carstairs 449; Derkach 2688-9; Doer 273 1 ; Edwards 1 038-9; L.S. Evans 2688; Filmon 273 1 ; Hammond 1 039; Manness 449, 3981

Ladco land deal Ducharme 3425; Lamoureux 3425

Lotteries Kozak 1 382; Mitchelson 1 382

Manitoba Hydro rates Angus 5648; Neufeld 5648

Implementation Alcock 3943-4; Filmon 3943-4

Income security programs Alcock 1 689; Oleson 1 689

Indexing Alcock 3944; Carstairs 1 080, 1 659, 2608-9, 2528, 3240, 394 1 ; Cummings 3240;

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Goods and senices tax-Cont. Filmon 2528, 2608-9, 394 1 ; Manness 1 080, 1 659, 2609, 3944

Individual families Alcock 1 037; Manness 1 037

Joint collection system L.S. Evans 3636, 5654; Manness 3636, 5654

Labour adjustment strategy Derkach 2689; Edwards I 039; L.S. Evans 2689; Hammond I 039

Liberal Minority Report Carstairs 3239; Cummings 3239

Low-income families Alcock 3943; Filmon 3943

Manitoba Alcock 454, 1 9 1 7; Carstairs 2528, 2729; Filmon 1 9 1 7, 2528; Manness 454, 1 972, 2729

Manitoba Federation of Labour brief Filmon 3657; Storie 3657-8

Ministerial support Carstairs 394 1 ; Filmon 394 1

Non-profit organizations Cummings 3242; Doer 3241

Opposition documentation Cummings 3242; Doer 3242

Opposition support Alcock 3980; Filmon 3980

Position paper Carstairs I 080; Manness I 080

Premier's intervention Carstairs 1 032; Filmon 1 032-3

Premier's position Carstairs 3940; Filmon 3940

Rebates Carstairs 1 080; Manness 1 080

Revenue neutral Alcock 454; Carstairs 778, 8 1 3, I 079; Man ness 454, 778, 8 1 3 , I 079

Seniors' boycott Cowan 4432; Doer 3850, 3942; L.S. Evans 4396; Filmon 3850, 3942, 4396; Manness 4432-3

Small business Carstairs 3240; Cummings 3240

Tax alternative Cummings 324 1 ; Doer 29 1 6, 324 1 ; Filmon 29 1 6

Tax credits Alcock 1 689; Carstairs I 079, 3632; Manness 1 079, 1 689, 3632

Tax form information L.S. Evans 5654; Manness 5654

Tourism Carstairs 779; Manness 779

See also Private Members' Business - Address for Papers; Urgent Public Importance,

Matters of

104

Goose farming Environmental impact

Charles 5784; Cummings 5784

Government advertising Community-based media

Hemphill 209; Mitchelson 209 Inaccuracies

Filmon 245-6; Uruski 245

Government agencies Deficits

Filmon 536 1 ; Gray 536 1

Government documents Gender-neutral language

Gray 976; Hammond 976 Security

Carstairs 325; A. Driedger 325, 348

Review Carstairs 326; A. Driedger 326

Government Policy Consultants Inc. Ottawa lobby office study

Ernst 890; L.S. Evans 890 Filmon 890

Government Senices, Department of Loans Branch amalgamation

Enns 2969; Plohman 2969

Government Senices (Supply) 5058-9

Government vehicles I llegal usage

A. Driedger 3388; Edwards 3388 Misuse

Carstairs 3776; A. Driedger 3776

Grace Hospital Asbestos

Carstairs 2469-70; Edwards 2472; Hammond 2472; Orchard 2469-70, 25 1 5

Grace Lake Water quality analysis

Cummings 4437; Harapiak 4437

Grain Cash Advance Program Reinstatement

Findlay 1 1 95; Helwer 1 1 95

Grain export subsidies - U.S. Federal/Provincial discussions

Doer 4949-50, 495 1 ; Filmon 495 1 ; Findlay 4950

Impact Grain prices

Doer 4862; Findlay 4862 Manitoba farmers

Doer 486 1 ; Findlay 486 1 -2

Grain silo project Cancellation

Carstairs 1 29; Ernst 1 29

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Grain Transport Study Crow subsidy payment

Driedger 4229; Filmon 4229; Plohman 4228-9, 4229

Grant, Nancy Custody assistance

Oleson 2684-5; Wasylycia-Leis 2684-5

External Affairs intervention Connery 2685; Edwards 2685, 3 1 26; McCrae 3 1 26

Family Law Branch intervention Connery 2686; Edwards 2686, 3 1 26; McCrae 3 1 26

Grassroots Organization Membership accusations

Roch 606- 1 3

GRAY, Avis (LIB, Ellice) Agriculture (Supply)

Administration and Finance Personnel Services

Salaries 845-7 Regional Agricultural Services Division

1 335 Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) 2r 58 1 2-4, 5923

Beverage Container Act (Bill 1 0)

2r 220 1 -3 Budget Debate

534-9 Child and Family Services Amendment Act

(Bill 30) 2r 88 1 -2

Civil Service (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Hammond) 4603-5 Response

(Ashton) 4605-6 4605

Civil Service Commission Executive Office

Salaries 4606-7, 461 1 -4 Human Resource Management Services

Salaries 461 4-8 Constitution Amendment, 1 987

603 1 -3 Documents Tabled

Affirmative Action Letter from D.Scaletta ( MPIC) to G. Marshall

2057 Family Services

List of former and replacement staff 1 1 20

Winnserv Inc. Letter from Oleson dated February 1 7, 1 989 Re: fee adjustments

56

Hansard Index

105

GRAY, Avis (LIB, Ellice)--Cont. Letter to Oleson dated May 1 2, 1 989 Re: fee adjustments

56 Education and Training (Supply)

Universities Grants Commission Salaries 5043

Family Services (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Oleson) 4089-94 Response

4094-5 (Wasylycia-Leis) 4095-7

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 4097-4 1 0 1 Financial Services

Salaries 4 120-2 Human Resource Services

Salaries 4 1 22-5, 4 1 27-8 Research and Planning

Other Expenditures 4 106-9 Salaries 4 1 1 8-20

Social Services Advisory Committee Salaries 4 1 29

Child and Family Services Administration

Salaries 4464-73, 4538 Child Day Care

Salaries 4539-44 Children's Special Services

Salaries 455 1 -2 Community Social Services

Administration Salaries 4 1 59-62

Operations Salaries 4 166-70, 4 1 74-8,

4364-73, 4377, 4380-2, 4462-3 Regulations and Licensing Services

Residential Care Licensing Salaries 4 1 30-2

Grievance, Matter of Family Services, Department of

Lack of leadership 1 2 1 8-24

Health (Supply) Administration and Finance

Executive Support Salaries 1 937-40, 1 94 1 , 20 1 6-8

Health Advisory Network 2093

Community Health Services (Operations) Regional Services

Salaries 2786-94, 2825-30, 2837-8 Community Health Services (Programs)

Continuing Care Home Care Assistance 2744-6

Environmental Health Salaries 2785

Gerontology Salaries 2703-7, 27 1 0

Health Information Resources

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GRAY, Avis (LIB, Ellice)---Cont. Salaries 2786

Health Promotion External agencies 2699 Salaries 269 1 -9

Hearing Conservation External Agencies 2702 Salaries 270 1 -2

Maternal and Child Health Salaries 2549-53

Medical Equipment and Supplies External Agencies 2783

Mental Health Mental Health Administration

Salaries 2927-8 Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to

Protect the (Bill 1 6) 2r 4479-80

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

2r 993-7 Labour (Supply)

Administration and Finance Minister's Salary 475 1 -2

Labour Pay Equity

Salaries 4694-5 Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act

(Bill 2) 2r 3 1 1 4-6

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act (Bill 1 3)

2r 773-5, 3623-5 Ministerial Statements

Child Abuse Treatment Service expansion

Response 597-8 Elder Abuse Discussion Paper

Public consultations Response 2277

International Women's Day Response 58 1 8

Person's Day 60th Anniversary

Response 1 966 Non-Political Statements

Child and Family Services 90th anniversary Western Manitoba

2972 Citation Award recipients

Henry Enns and Denis Rocan 2246 Home Economist Week 1 0 1 5 Manitoba 4-H Week 2535 Manitoba Child Care Association

Resource Library 1 348 Manitoba Women's Institute

80th Anniversary 5366 National Family Week 1 453 Person's Day

60th Anniversary 1 97 5 Torrie, Susan

Foster Parent of the Year 1 69 1 -2 Oral Questions

Hansard Index

106

GRAY, Avis (LIB, Ellice)---Cont. Affirmative Action

Implementation plan 2057 Budget - Federal

Impact Child care services 5 5 1 7 Northern/Native people 55 1 7 Seniors' programs 55 1 7

Child and Family Services Administration 4491 Budget request 2 1 55 Counselling services 1 2 1 6 Deficits 4490- 1 , 536 1

Analysis 2 1 55 Reduction 5787

Government communication 5360 Investigation 4975 Marriage counselling 1 2 1 6, 1 783 Report recommendations 5787

Child care Long-range planning 1 863

Premier's intervention 1 837 Revenue decrease 1 838 Task force

Recommendations 1 863 Training

Legislative requirements 307 Workers

Budget guarantees 1 838 Funding formula amendments 1 838 Salaries I 082 Salary negotiations 1 837 Standards 307

Civil Service Act Compliance 1 449

Civil Service Commission Hiring practices

Criteria 1 450 Investigation 1 526

Communicator positions Civil Service applicants 1 526

Community Tourism Action Plan Endorsement 976 Gender-neutral language 976

Community service organizations Division negotiations 2240

Decentralization Civil servant options 3 2 1 9-20, 59 14 Impact on women 5842 Notice of intent 5843, 59 14-5 Vital Statistics Branch 5843

Education availability Special needs 655 Unequal opportunity 654-5

Employment Preparation Centre Funding 1 1 62

Family Services, Department of Agency rei a tions 2240 Associate Deputy Minister 1 746, 224 1 Day care director replacement 2242 Humphrey, Mary - Removal 241 Policy decisions 3 1 28-9 Staffing I 1 20- 1

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GRAY, Avis (LIB, Ellice)-<!'onl. Family Services, Minister of

Premier's support I 036, I 08 1 - 2 Resignation request I 035

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Child care I 082

Food banks Children's use 1 66 1 Government support 1 66 1

Government Agencies

Deficits 536 1 Documents

Gender-neutral language 976 Group homes

Funding formula changes 3 1 28-9 Minister's plans 349 1 Staffing 56

Handicapped children Mainstreaming 678 Transitional committee 785

Health care Administration 95-6 Nutrition education programs 5280- 1 Services delivery 96

Health plans Service availability 246

Manitoba Child Care Association Meeting request 1 837

Mentally handicapped Day programs 1 344, 2241

Space creation 678 Waiting list 1 344

Program availability 678 Residential care 678 Service reduction I 036

POWER Meeting request 4063

Parent-Child Centres Closure 2077 Funding 2076-7, 2306-7, 2880 Meeting request 4063-4 Minister's intervention 2880 Study 2306

Rape counselling services Funding, rural 4 1 92

Residential Coalition of Service Providers Working group establishment 349 1 -2

Seniors Directorate Hotline service review 8 7 1

Seniors I nformation Line Assessments 2689-90 Elder abuse referrals 2689

Seniors support services Funding reduction 87 1 Yard maintenance program 87 1

Service de Conseiller St. Viateur Ltee. Funding 1 2 1 7, 1 782-3

Sexual abuse Group home monitoring 1 746

Single parents Meeting request 4064

Sister Clermont Health Plan

Hansard Index

1 07

GRAY, Avis (LIB, Ellice)-Conl. Funding 246

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities Deficit budget 5237 Funding 5237 Funding, rural 5342-3 Service reductions 5237, 5343

Special Policy Advisor - Health Dr. Lawrence Wiser 1 6 1 5

Violence against women Information strategy 3780- 1

Wiens Report Recommendations 56

Winnipeg Harvest Child care servicing 1 66 1

Winnserv Inc. Staffing 56, 95

Women's Health Directorate Services 208

Duplication 208 Staff secondments 208

Women's Initiative Action plan 1 974-5

Women's Post-Treatment Centre Minister's intervention 4 1 38 Waiting list 4 1 38

Points of Order P jO by Manness respecting words

"This government has the morals of an alley cat" (Gray) 1 61 4; withdrawal requested 1 6 1 4; withdrawn (Gray) 1 6 1 4

P / 0 by Manness respecting alleged criticism of Provincial Auditor (Gray) 224 1 ; Alcock 224 1 ; Gray 224 1 ; ruled out of order 2241

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Child Care System 2463-5 Smoking Prevention 3409- 1 1

Professional Home Economists Act (Bill 1 04)

2r 5862-4 Rural Development (Supply)

Administration and Finance Brandon Office

Salaries I 730- 1 Seniors Directorate (Supply)

2372-4, 2405-7, 2410-3 Status of Women (Supply)

Opening Remarks (Hammond) 4783-6

Response 4786 (Wasylycia-Leis) 4786-7

Advisory Council on the Status of Women Salaries 4787-93

Throne Speech Debate 223-8

Urgent Public Importance, Matters of Child care crisis

Day care worker walkout 1 872-3

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GRAY, Avis (LIB, Ellice)-Cont. Effects on Manitobans I 093-4

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (Bill 46)

2r 1 598-9

Grievance, Matters of Aboriginal people

Government relationship Harper 4976-80

Crown corporations Privatization

L.S. Evans 292 1 - 7 Economic development

Labour Adjustment Strategy Edwards 1 6 1 7-22

Education, Minister of Allegations of inaction

Lamoureux 4904-9 Family Services, Department of

Lack of leadership Gray 1 2 1 8-24

Fiscal policies Federal/provincial conflict

Kozak 2009- 1 4 Grassroots Organization

False accusations of membership Roch 606- 1 3

Meadow Portage Community division

Plohman 734-9 Northern Manitoba

Federal/Provincial policies Storie 23 1 5-2 1

Northern Tax Allowance Boundary line revision

Harapiak 2309- 1 5 Rules of the House

Review Alcock 4980-2 Ashton 4982-5

Unco-operative attitude allegations Rose 359 1 -7

VIA Rail Service cut backs

Mandrake 1 386-90 Workers Compensation Board

Service delays Patterson 1922-6

Ground Water and Water Well Amendment Act (Bill 19)

I r Enns 149; 2r Charles 1 436-8; Enns 1 2 10; Harapiak 4672-3, 5407-8; Plohman 467 1 -2; Uruski 5408- 1 1 ; R/S Enns 5703; 3r 5755; R/ A 5836

Group homes Client safety

Gray 2534; Oleson 2534 Funding

Gray 3 1 28-9; Oleson 3 1 28-9 Meeting request

Gray 2534-5; Oleson 2535

Hansard Index

108

Group homes-Com. Minister's plans

Gray 349 1 ; Oleson 349 1 Policy breach

Gray 2534; Oleson 2534 Staffing

Gray 56, 2533-4; Oleson 56, 2534 See also Residential Coalition of Service

Providers; Winnserv Inc

Gull Harbour Resort Financial status

Enns 4824, 4826-7; Plohman 4826-7

Gunston, Dr. Frank Manning Award recipient

McCrae 1 386

Guru Nanek Celebration of Sikh religion

Cheema 2735-6

Guy, Judge John Appointment

Edwards 1 6 1 -2; McCrae 1 0 1

Gwen Sector Creative Living Centre Funding

Cheema 2738; Orchard 2738, 2783; Wasylycia-Leis 2783

HAMMOND, Hon. Gerrie (PC, Kirkfield Park) (Minister of Labour) (Minister responsible for the Status

of Women, The Civil Service Act, The Civil Service Superannuation Act, The Civil Service Special Supplementary Severance Benefit Act, The Public Servants Insurance Act, The Workers Compensation Act (as it relates to Worker Advisors) )

Budget Debate 480-4

Civil Service (Supply) Opening Remarks

4603-5 Response

(Ashton) 4605-6 (Gray) 4605

Civil Service Commission Executive Office

Salaries 4606- 1 4 Human Resource Management Services

Salaries 46 1 4-8 Documents Tabled

Affirmative Action Information package

4606 Labour

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

3327 Manitoba Civil Service Commission

Audit - Terms of reference 4606

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HAMMOND, Hon. Gerrie (PC, Kirkfield Park}--Cont. Speaking notes - Estimates

4606 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review I 989-90 Estimates

38 1 3 Manitoba Status of Women

Speaking notes - Estimates 4783

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review I 989-90 Estimates

38 I 3 Solvit Resources Inc.

Fire Commissioner's report 4 I 33

Status of Women in Manitoba Statement of Government policy

58 1 7 Civil Service Superannuation Amendment

Act (Bill 80) l r 2299; 2r 266 I -2; R/S 594 1 ; RJA 5957

Employment Standards Amendment Act (2) (Bil l 87)

Ir 2986 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bil l 4) 2r 2957-8

Interim Appropriation Act, I 989 (2) (Bill 90)

CJW 4070, 4073-4 Labour (Supply)

Opening Remarks 4343-5

Response (Ashton) 4348-50 (Edwards) 4345-8

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 4350 Minister's Salary 475 1 Research and Planning

Salaries 4350-5 Labour

Apprenticeship and Training Salaries 4569-7 4

Employment Standards Salaries 4562-7

Engineering and Technical Services 4562

Fire Prevention Salaries 4360-2

Grants 4575-7, 4689-92 Labour Adjustment

Salaries 4735-45 Manitoba Labour Board

Other Expenditures 4569 Salaries 4567-8

Mechanical and Engineering Salaries 4355-9

Pay Equity Salaries 4692-8

109

HAMMOND, Hon. Gerrie (PC, Kirkfield Park}--Cont. Pension Commission

Other Expenditures 4575 Salaries 4574-5

Workplace and Worker Services Worker Advisor Office

Salaries 4 7 5 I Workplace Safety and Health

Salaries 4 7 46-5 I Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 I ) I r 673; 2 r I I 30- l ; R/S 5939

Ministerial Statements Apprenticeship in Manitoba

45th Anniversary I 443

Ecole Polytechnique ( Montreal) Student shootings

3582 International Women's Day

58 I 7-8 Person's Day

60th Anniversary 1 965-6

Non-Political Statements Ellis-Grunfeld, Roberta

Recipient of President's Award Canadian Public Personnel Management Association 1 7-8

Oral Questions Affirmative Action

Implementation plan 2057 Bill No. 3 1

Withdrawal 5239 CN Rail layoffs

Labour adjustment strategy 1 452 Canadian Centre for Occupation Safety and Health

Free information 490I Funding, provincial 4901 Privatization 4901

Carbon monoxide poisoning Chimney inspection policy 4085-6 Detection 45 1 0 I nspector reinstatement 4085

Child care Humphrey, Mary - Removal 1 084 Workers

Pay equity 1 084 Salaries I 084

Civil Service Act Compliance 1 450

Civil Service Commission Hiring practices

Criteria I 450 I nvestigation 1 526

Communicator positions Civil Service applicants 1 526

Concordia Hospital Laboratory worker safety 1 778

Decentralization Civil servant options 3 2 1 9 Impact o n women 5842-3

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HAMMOND, Hon. Gerrie (PC, Kirkfield Park)-Cont. Notice of intent 5843 Relocation criteria 584 1 Unemployment statistics 584 1 -2

East-West Packers Ltd. Labour adjustment strategy 5820

Family violence Initiatives 566

Final Offer Selection Impact study

Tabling request 45 1 2 Information release 1 747 Labour Minister's position 45 1 1 -2

Free Trade Agreement Grandpre report 4646 Labour adjustment strategy 1 1 96

Goods and services tax Impact labour 1 039 Labour adjustment strategy I 039

Government documents Gender-neutral language 976

Grace Hospital Asbestos levels 24 72

Group homes Client safety 2534 Meeting request 2534 Policy breach 2543 Staffing 2533

Hazardous materials Emergency regulations 4 1 38 Information systems 387 5

Health care facilities Elevator

Inspections 4 1 36 Regulations 4 1 34

Health care profession Nursing profession

Abusive treatment 1 777 Pay equity implementation 32 1 8

Health Sciences Centre Elevator inspection 4 1 34, 4 1 88

Hog industry Labour force reduction 548 1 , 5 5 1 6

Labour Adjustment Branch Funding 452 Initiatives 453

Labour Adjustment Strategy Federal consultations 1 1 96 Industry analysis 1 969

Labour, Department of Employment Standards Branch

Toll free service 3446 Labour Education Centre

Funding 4085 Labour Management Review Committee

Transportation provision 1 1 95 Lynn Lake, Manitoba

Compensation 3875 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Employee Benefits 4 1 40 Statement of claim 3724

Payment of wages 22 1 3

1 10

HAMMOND, Hon. Gerrie (PC, Kirkfield Park)-Cont. Severance pay 3724-5, 5238, 5687 U IC benefits 5237

Manitoba Women's Agenda Final offer selection 3546

Minimum wage Increase 3422-3

Mining Reserve Fund LynnGold workers 5888

Older workers Labour adjustment 4973, 5092 Program co-ordination 4973

POWA Agreement Immigrant exclusion 56 1 0 LynnGold workers 5888

Pay equity Health care profession 4 1 92-3 Private sector extension 936

Pay Equity Branch Extension plan 3445 Funding 453 Implementation 3445

Plant closures Layoff protection 307 Legislation implementation 3656

Power Engineers Act Standards reduction 45 1 1

Prime Motor Oils Ltd. Fire Code compliance 4 1 89

Radiation protection Program staffing 4268

St. Boniface Hospital Elevator inspection 4 1 88

Schmidtke Millwork Ltd. Worker safety 22 1 0- 1

Solvit Resources Inc. Fire Commissioner's report

38 1 5, 406 1 , 4085, 4 1 35, 4 1 37 Hazardous materials

Storage record 38 1 5 Investigation, independent 38 1 5 , 406 1 Labour citation 4 1 39 Public inquiry 1 449, 4 1 35, 4 1 37 Storage capacity statistics

4 1 35-6, 4 1 89 Tartan Lake Mine

Labour adjustment strategy 1 968-9 Toronto Dominion Bank site

Workplace accidents 5700 Unemployed Help Centres

Funding 308 Unemployment Insurance Commission

Benefit reforms 308 VIA Rail cutbacks

Labour adjustment 4084, 4086 Manitoba statistics 4083, 4 1 93, 4270

Women's Health Directorate Services 208 Staff secondments 208

Women's Initiative Action plan 1 975

Work stoppages

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HAMMOND, Hon. Gerrie (PC, Kirkfield Park)---Cont. Strike days 45 1 1

Workplace Safety and Health Inspector reinstatement 45 1 4-5 Oil burner installation 4509- 1 0 Order compliance 22 1 1 Projectionists regulations 45 1 5 Radiation training 4268 Regulation amendments

652, 673-4, 38 1 5-6, 4064, 4 1 36, 4 1 39-20

Advisory council recommendations 673 Cancer-causing substances

653, 3875, 45 1 1 , 5700 Chamber of Commerce report 564 Chemical detection 527 Consensus 674 Employee education 527 Medical consultations 564 Prevention programs 527 Process 675 Reversal 674 Standard reduction 564-5, 2472 U.S. standards 601 -2

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (Bill 57)

2r 4398-9; R/S 5940; R/ A 5957 Private Members' Business

Resolutions Breast Cancer Screening 52 1 3-4 Child Care System 2465-6

Privilege, Matter of Harapiak, Harry

False information respecting Minister of Labour Ashton 4594-5; Carstairs 4595; (Hammond) 4594; McCrae 4595; taken under advisement 4595; ruled out of order 5920

Sessional Papers Civil Services Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

3239 Manitoba Advisory Council on the Status of Women

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 423 Manitoba Civil Service Superannuation Board

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

8 1 2 Manitoba Labour Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 26 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

4080 Manitoba Labour Management Review Committee

1 1 1

HAMMOND, Hon. Gerrie (PC, Kirkfield Park)---Cont. Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 986

447 Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 987

447 Messages - Lieutenant-Governor

Recommending Bill 80 2299

Public Service Group I nsurance Fund Actuarial Report as at December 3 1 , 1 988

2002 Status of Women (Supply)

Opening Remarks 4783-6

Response (Gray) 4786 (Wasylycia-Leis) 4786-7

Advisory Council on the Status of Women Salaries 4787-97

Urgent Public I mportance, Matter of Child care crisis

Effects on Manitobans 1 09 1 -3 LynnGold Resources I nc.

Intervention to prevent closure 2256-7 VIA Rail cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 4323-4

Handicap Awareness Employment Day Carstairs 384; A. Driedger 384; Harapiak 384

Handicapped children Educational facilities

Derkach 452, 472; Yeo 452, 47 1 -2 Mainstreaming

Derkach 472, 678; Gray 678; Yeo 472 Transitional committee

Derkach 785; Gray 785 See also Prince Charles School

Hanen, Dr. Marsha P. Carstairs 60

Hansard Corrections Reprint request

Alcock 3246 See also Errata

HARAPIAK, Harry M. (NDP, The Pas) Budget Debate

433-8 Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)

Consumers' Bureau Grants 2857-60

Dangerous Goods Handling and Transportation Amendment Act (Bill 82)

3r 5628-9 Documents Tabled

Gas inspection policy Hansard extract, Order-in-Council

4508

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HARAPIAK, Harry M. (NDP, The Pas)-Cont. Oak Hammock Conservation Centre

Draft paper respecting Ducks Unlimited headquarters

56 1 4 Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project

Draft summary of initial environmental evaluation by Environment Canada

349 Summary of adverse environmental impacts

349 Endangered Species Act

(Bill 8) 2r 1 1 45-7, 1 1 79-80, 4667-9

Environment (Supply) Administration and Finance

Executive Support Salaries 3095-3 1 0 1 , 3276-8 1 ,

3325-6, 3367-70, 35 1 5-7 Minister's Salary 372 1

Environment Amendment Act (Bill 8 1 )

2r 4892-4; 3 r 5620-6 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

(Bill 27) 2r 2984-5, 323 1 -6

Grievance, Matter of Northern Tax Allowance

Boundary line revision 2309- 1 5 Ground Water and Water Well Amendment Act

(Bill 1 9) 2r 4672-3, 5407-8

Health (Supply) Mental Health

Chief Provincial Psychiatrist Salaries 2937

Mental Health Administration Salaries 2932-4

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Bill 3)

2r 700- 1 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) 2r 2872-4, 2956-7

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (6) (Bill 73)

2r 4879-82 Highways and Transportation (Supply)

Planning and Design and Land Surveys Planning and Design

Salaries and Wages 1 237, 1 279 Labour (Supply)

Workplace and Worker Services Worker Advisor Office 4 7 5 1 Workplace Safety and Health

Salaries 4749-5 1 Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 1 ) 2 r 47 1 4-9; (Hoist Motion) 5259-63

Land Surveyors Amendment Act (Bill 40)

2r 507 1 -6

1 1 2

HARAPIAK, Harry M. (NDP, The Pas)-Cont. Law Society Amendment Act (2)

(Bil l 7 1 ) 2r 3952

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 3448-54 Ministerial Statements

Forestry Month Response 3 1

Natural Resources (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Enns) 4822-3 Response

(Charles) 4823 4823-4

Expenditures Related to Capital 5028-9

Fisheries Administration

Salaries 502 1 -2 Forestry

Administration Salaries 4994-5

Lands Administration

Salaries 4922 Parks

Administration Salaries 491 4-6, 49 1 9

Regional Services Northern Development Agreement -Provincial Fire Program Development and Evaluation

Salaries 4839-4 1 Northwest Region

Salaries 483 1 Whiteshell Region

Salaries 4832-3 Resource Support Services

Manitoba Water Commission 5028 Sustainable Development 5028

Water Resources Administration

Salaries 49 1 3-4 Wildlife

Administration Salaries 5025-6

Non-Poliiical Statements Canadian Environmental Week 383-4 Citation Award recipients

Henry Enns and Denis Rocan 2245-6 Festival du Voyageur 5242 Handicap Awareness

Employment Day 384-5 McBryde, Ron

Death of former MLA (The Pas) 820- 1 Ukrainian Christmas 4088

Northern Affairs (Supply) Administration and Finance

Executive Support Salaries 3767

Oral Questions

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HARAPIAK, Harry M. (NDP, The Pas)---Cont. Canada-U.S.S.R. trade

Port of Churchill 4822 Canadian Centre for Occupation Safety and Health

Free information 4901 Funding 4901 Privatization 490 I

Carbon monoxide poisoning Inspector reinstatement 4085

Ducks Unlimited Canada Corporate headquarters

34 1 9-20, 3946, 4230, 4437, 56 1 3-4 Environmental

Hearings 482 1 Impact study 482 1

Funding 3946-7 Forest fires

Public inquiry 1 582, 5052 Notice 5052

Garrison Diversion Project Funding 785 Impact Manitoba 784

Grace Lake Water quality 4437

Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Pollution 678-9

Saskatchewan 679 Labour Education Centre

Funding 4085 Manfor divestiture

Environmental hearings 1 6 Funding 1 7

Manitoba Eco-Network Inc. Funding 45 1 5-6

Manitoba Hazardous Waste Corporation Chairman replacement 5690 Mandate 5888 Privatization 5889

Mentally handicapped programs Granting formula 3590

Provincial parks Seniors' fees

Admission 603 Camping 603 Complimentary passes 604

Radiation protection Program status 4268

Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project Construction suspension 34 1 9 Endangered species 349 Environmental impact study 349 Licence suspension 341 9

Solvit Resources Inc. Fire Commissioner's report 4085

VIA Rail Christmas service schedule 4064 Layoffs 422 Safety 422

W H M IS Chief Occupational Medical Officer

Replacement 2879 Program delivery 2879

1 13

HARAPIAK, Harry M. (NDP, The Pas)---Cont. Water protection

Shoal Lake 1 1 6 1 -2 Workplace Safety and Health

Radiation training 4268 Regulation amendments 4064

Chemical detection 527 Employee education 527 Prevention programs 527

Ozone Depleting Substances Act (Bill 83)

2r 3844-5, 3865-6; 3r 5660-1 Ozone Layer Protection Act

(Bill 1 8) l r 9 1 ; 2r 2205, 2497-8; ruled out of order 4641

Petitions Child Care Workers

Request for maintenance grant increase 1 57 1 ; ruled out of order 2 1 5 1 ; Petition tabled 2 1 5 1 ; taken under advisement 2 1 5 1 ; ruled out of order 297 1

Points of Order P jO by Harapiak respecting word

"scumbag" 5 1 73; taken under advisement 5 1 73; ruled out of order 5922

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Electoral Boundaries Commission Composition 369 1 -2

Environmentally Acceptable Packaging 4556-8

Manfor Environmental impact studies 4680- 1

VIA Rail 556 1 -4 Waste Management 1 993-6

Privilege, Matter of Labour, Minister of

Misleading information respecting gas inspections Alcock 4509; Ashton 4509; ( Harapiak) 4508; McCrae 4508-9; taken under advisement 4509; ruled out of order 5920- 1

Residential Tenancies Act (Bill 42)

2r 2897-2902 Seniors Directorate (Supply)

24 1 8-9 Social Allowances Amendment Act

(Bill 67) 2r 3824-5

Statute Law Amendment (Taxation) Act, 1 989 (Bill 86)

c;w 3641 -2 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 065-6

LynnGold Resources Inc. Intervention to prevent closure 2262-3

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HARAPIAK, Harry M. (NDP, The Pas}-Cont. VIA Rail cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 4307-8 Waste Reduction and Prevention and

Consequential Amendment Act (Bill 84) 2r 2633-5, 3866-8

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (Bill 46)

2r 1 596-8 Workers Compensation Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 56) 2r 5500-5

Harold Edwards School Status

Derkach 275; Yeo 275

HARPER, Elijah (NDP, Rupertsland) Constitution Amendment, 1 98 7

601 6-9 Documents Tabled

Racist poster Notice declaring "open season on Indians"

465 1 Energy Rate Stabilization Act

(Bill 53) 3r 3784-7

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27)

2r 667-70 Grievance, Matter of

Aboriginal People Government relationship 4976-80

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2) (Bill 90)

4007-9 Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 1 ) 2r (Hoist Motion) 5250-3

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 3 1 32-6 Ministerial Statements

Northern Community Recreation Program Response 1 964

Municipal Assessment and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 79)

3r 4276-9 Natural Resources (Supply)

Regional Services Northern Development Agreement -Provincial - Fire Program Development and Evaluation

Salaries 4837-9 Non-Political Statements

Fast for Learning Campaign Assembly of First Nations 475

Festival du Voyageur 5 1 60 National Indian Solidarity Day 787 Sakharov, Andrei

Death of human rights activist 3858 South Africa Apartheid

1 3th Anniversary Soweto uprising 658-9

1 1 4

HARPER, Elijah (NDP, Rupertsland}-Cont. Northern Affairs (Supply)

Opening Remarks (Downey) 3748-56

Response 3759-6 1

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 3764-5, 3927-37 Minister's Salary 3938-9

Oral Questions Aboriginal adoptions

Repatriation 5980 Aboriginal child care centres Government initiatives 5980

Aboriginal Justice Inquiry Recommendations 5979

Aboriginal leaders Government support 1 973

Aboriginal people Distinct society 60 I 0 Retribution, federal 601 2

Aboriginal rights Canadian Constitution - Section 35

5978 Premier's position 5976 Supreme Court of Canada 5978, 60 1 5

Aboriginal self-government Premier's position 5977

Airstrips Gods River upgrading 4397

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Personal attacks 60 1 0

Bill No. 79 Aboriginal exemptions 5978-9

Budget - Federal Impact Northern/Native people

5482, 5538 Churchill Rocket Range

Funding 2242 Marketing plans 2242

Conawapa Project Native

Benefits 3585 Involvement 3585 Training programs 3585

Treaty land claims 3586 Constitutional affairs

Aboriginal participation 5977, 601 3 Negotiation process 5976 Public hearings 60 1 3

Constitutional conferences Aboriginal participation 60 1 2 Negotiation process 601 1

Discrimination complaint Polo Park Shopping Mall 1 33

ERDA Agreements Northern Development Agreement 782

Economic growth Aboriginal people 60 1 3

Forest fires Public inquiry 5 1 1 9

Boycott 5 1 I 9

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HARPER, Elijah (NDP, Rupertsland)---Cont. Goods and services tax

Government position 2989-90 Impact aboriginal people 2989

Inquests Gods River death 4398

�eech Lake Accord Aboriginal people

Inclusion 5962, 5965 Participation 5967

Assembly of �anitoba Chiefs' meeting Premier's attendance 5965

Canada Clause 5964 Deadline extension 5965 Justice �inister involvement 5966 Native Affairs �inister

Involvement 5966 Position 5966

Negotiation process 5962 Parliamentary committee 5963 Premier's position 5963 Proposals - Senator �urray 5975 Public hearings 5964, 5975

Native Communication Network Funding 5652 Provincial assistance 60 1 5

Native economic development Policy 782-3 Provincial contribution 783

Native education Government initiatives 5979 Instruction, language of 601 5

Native organizations Funding 5652

Northern communities Transportation enhancement 60 1 6

Northern Development Agreement Job training programs 5305 Negotiations 1 9 1 8, 5305 Program continuation 5305 Replacement funding 5482, 5652

Northern Development Office Relocation 1 972

Northern education Government support 1 973

Northern �anitoba Funding, programs 5539

Racism Racist poster 465 1

�inister's signature 465 1 Territorial governments

Provincial status 5977, 60 I I Trapping industry

Forest fire compensation 1 32-3, 5 1 1 9 Treaty rights

Education 60 1 4 Health care 5980 Hunting/fishing 598 1 Implementation 5979 Protection 60 1 4 Resource development 601 4, 60 1 6

Points of Order P /0 by Harper respecting resolutions

Hansard Index

1 15

HARPER, Elijah (NDP, Rupertsland)---Cont. appearing on Order Paper 5967-9; Ashton 5969; �cCrae 5969-70; ruled in order 5970

Private �embers' Business Address for Papers

Churchill Rocket Range 3 1 52-4 Resolutions

Aboriginal Peoples' Right of Self-government, recognition 1 000- 1

Aboriginal Treaty Rights 2905-7 Immigration and Human Rights 3469

Privilege, �atter of Public Gallery attendance

Rules of the House Alcock 596 1 ; Ashton 596 1 ; Harper 596 1 ; �cCrae 596 1 ; taken under advisement 596 1 -2; Speaker's ruling 5973

Public Inquiry into the Administration of Justice and Aboriginal People, An Act to establish and validate the (Bill 28)

2r 595 Residential Tenancies Act

(Bill 42) 2r 2665-7

Throne Speech Debate 237-40, 248-9

Urban Affairs (Supply) Financial Assistance - City of Winnipeg

Current Programs Grant 2 1 86-7 Urgent Public Importance, �atter of

Budget - Federal Effects on �anitoba 28-9, 5454-5

Native education Post-secondary funding 3 1 4-5

VIA Rail cutbacks Impact on �anitoba 4334

Harper, J.J.- Inquiry Winnipeg Police Association

Edwards 1 57; �cCrae 1 57

Hazardous materials Chemical storage

�andatory reporting Carstairs 65 1 ; Cummings 65 1

Site identification Cowan 657; Cummings 657

Designated materials list Carstairs 65 1 -2; Cummings 65 1 -2

Designated transportation routes A. Driedger 1 9 1 7; Plohman 1 9 1 7

Disposal Cummings 601 ; Doer 60 1

Labelling Cummings 60 1 ; Doer 601

Storage Emergency regulations

Ashton 4 1 38; Hammond 4 1 38 Information systems

Edwards 3875; Hammond 3875 Transportation regulations

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Hazardous materials--Cont. A. Driedger 1 9 1 7; Plohman 1 9 1 7

Head injuries Community-based programs

Cheema 729, 935; Derkach 729; Oleson 729; Orchard 935

Extended care beds Cheema 48 1 5; Filmon 48 1 5

Services Cheema 729, 934, 3947, 460 1 ; Derkach 729; Orchard 934-5, 3947, 4602

Head Injuries Association Report

Cheema 935, 3947; Orchard 935, 3947

Headingley By-pass Status

A. Driedger 839-4 1 ; Mandrake 829-30; Plohman 830- 1

Headingley Correctional Institute Fire protection

Edwards 1 1 2 1 ; McCrae 1 1 2 1 Raw sewage disposal

Cummings 578 1 ; Taylor 578 1 Upgrading

Edwards 1 1 2 1 ; McCrae 1 1 2 1

Health Ad�isory Network Acute care beds report

Cheema 4435, 45 1 6; Orchard 4435, 45 1 6 Concordia Hospital

Doer 94; Filmon 94 Extended Care Report

Carstairs 4225; Orchard 4225 MONA membership

Carstairs 38 1 4; Doer 2433-4; Orchard 2434, 38 1 4

Report Delay

Doer 3072; Orchard 3072 Release

Carstairs 32 1 6; Orchard 32 1 6 See also Health (Supply)

Health care Acute care beds

Carstairs 4225; Cheema 2005, 4435, 460 1 ; Orchard 2005, 4225, 4435, 4601

Administration Carstairs 32 1 6-7; Doer 1 5 1 ; Gray 95-6; Orchard 95-6, 1 5 1 -2, 32 1 7

Anesthetist Recruitment

Carstairs 4 1 6; Cheema 26 1 3; Orchard 4 1 6-7, 26 1 3

Shortage Carstairs 4 1 6; Orchard 4 1 6; Cheema 3727; Orchard 3727

Community-based clinics Ashton 1 783-4; Orchard 1 783-4

Hansard Index

1 1 6

Health care-Cont. Computerized monitoring cards

Doer 5576-8; Filmon 5576-8 Education

Cheema 95; Derkach 95 Emergency services

Cheema 2005, 3384, 3493, 5279; Orchard 2005, 3384-5, 3493, 5279

Extended care bed report Ashton 4733; Carstairs 4728, 4729; Cheema 48 1 4, 4863; Cummings 4733; Derkach 4728, 4729; Doer 48 1 6; Filmon 48 1 4, 48 1 6-7; Orchard 4863

Extended payment plans Orchard 3075; Roch 3075

Funding Doer 93, 4265, 48 1 7-8; Filmon 93, 4266, 48 1 7-8

MONA report Ashton 38 1 7; Orchard 38 1 8

Northern staff shortages Ashton 8 1 8; Filmon 8 1 8

Nutrition education programs Gray 5280- 1 ; Orchard 5280- 1

Out-of-province treatment Derkach 3547; Filmon 3547-8; Orchard 3074; Roch 3074, 3546-8

Out-patient services Cheema 5 1 1 4; Orchard 5 1 1 4

Patient record confidentiality Doer 5577; Manness 5577

Physician recruitment Cheema 327; Orchard 327-8

Policy consultants Cheema 47 1 3; Orchard 47 1 3

Premier's intervention Carstairs 4 1 33; Filmon 4 1 33

Quick response team Ashton 4599; Filmon 4599; Orchard 4599

Respiratory technician shortage Cheema 4267; Orchard 4267, 4290

Rheumatologist shortage Cheema 887; Orchard 887

Rural services Carstairs 4729; Penner 4729

Services Delivery

Gray 96; Orchard 96 Duplication

Cheema 505 1 -2; Orchard 5052 Surgery delays

Carstairs 5 1 76-7; Cheema 328, 26 1 3-4; Doer 5 1 78-9; Orchard 328, 26 1 4, 5 1 76-7, 5 1 78-9

Two-tiered system Ashton 4733; Cummings 4733

Underspending Ashton 5344; Carstairs 5 1 77; Cheema 1 299; Doer 344, 78 1 , 975, 5442; Filmon 5344-5, 5442; Manness 344;

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Health care--Cont. Orchard 78 1 , 975, 1 299, 5 1 77

User fees Cheema 5445-6; Filmon 3547, 5446; Orchard 3075; Roch 3075, 3547

Ventilator shortage Cheema 4267; Orchard 4267, 4290

Health care facilities Bed closure policy

Ashton 3075-6; Doer 2966; Orchard 2966, 3075-6

Capital projects Doer 2379; Orchard 2379

Emergency department shutdowns Ashton 3 1 64; Orchard 3 1 64

Employee safety Carstairs 38 1 4; Orchard 38 1 4

Extended care beds Ashton 3 1 63; Doer 3073; Orchard 3073, 3 1 63-4

Police response Carstairs 1 777; McCrae 1 778

Security systems Carstairs 1 777; Orchard 1 777

See also specific names of health care facilities

Health care facilities - Dauphin Construction

Orchard 567-8, 2920-1 ; Plohman 567-8, 292 1

Health care profession Immunization costs

Carstairs 38 1 4; Orchard 38 1 4 Negotiations

Ashton 4732; Cummings 4732-3 Nursing profession

Abusive treatment Carstairs 1 777; Hammond 1 777

Pay equity implementation Ashton 3333, 38 1 3; Carstairs 38 14-5; Doer 32 1 8; Hammond 32 18 ; Orchard 3 2 1 8, 3333-4, 38 1 5, 38 1 8

Physician shortage I mmigrant physician licensing

Cheema 228 1 ; Orchard 228 1 Psychiatrist shortage

Selkirk Mental Health Centre Doer 1 778; Orchard 1 778-9

Recruitment Carstairs 5234, 5749; Orchard 5234, 5749

Health, Department of Administration

Carstairs 4224; Doer 3442; Orchard 3442, 4224

Assistant Deputy Minister Doer 3982; Orchard 3982

Health industry strategy Progress

Hansard Index

1 17

Health industry strategy-Cont. Doer 55 1 5-6; Ernst 55 1 6

Health, Minister of Accountability

Doer 94; Filmon 94 Apology requested

Ashton 3492; Cheema 602, Doer 398 1 -2; Filmon 3982; Orchard 602, 3492

Binding arbitration position Carstairs 3489-90; Orchard 3489-90

Campaign promises Ashton 4087; Filmon 4087

Misinformation provided Carstairs 3441 ; Orchard 3441

Pay equity position Doer 32 1 8 ; Filmon 321 8

Speech tabling request Ashton 3493; Filmon 3493

Health Ombudsman See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Health plans Service availability

Gray 246; Orchard 246-7

Health Sciences Centre Anesthetist shortage

Carstairs 4 1 7, 3654; Orchard 4 1 7, 3654 Budget

Doer 1 52; Orchard ! 53 Capital funding

Cheema 3 1 64; Orchard 3 1 65 Elective surgery backlog

Carstairs 3654; Orchard 3654 Elevators

Inspections Carstairs 4 1 34, 4 1 36, 4 1 88; Hammond 4 1 34, 4 1 36, 4 1 88

Regulations Carstairs 4 1 34, 4 1 36; Hammond 4 1 34-5, 4 1 36

Upgrading Carstairs 4 1 87; Orchard 4 1 87

Emergency department upgrading Ashton 3 163; Carstairs 4 1 33-4, 4224; Cheema 3 1 64, 3220; Filmon 4 1 33; Orchard 3 1 63, 3 1 64, 3220, 4 1 34, 4224

Patient death inquest Carstairs 4 1 88; Orchard 4 1 88

Health (Supply) Opening Remarks

Orchard 1 79 1 -3, 1 803-6, 1 933 Response

Ashton 1 798-1 803, 1 928-33 Cheema 1 793-7, 1 926-8

Administration and Finance Administration and Financial Services

Other Expenditures Cheema 2347; Orchard 2347

Salaries Cheema 2347; Orchard 2347

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Health (Supply)---Cont. Communications

Salaries Cheema 2345-7; Orchard 2345-7

Executive Support Salaries

Ashton 1 935-7; Cheema 1 933-5, 1 94 1 , 201 4-6, 2022-3; Gray 1 937-40, 1 94 1 , 20 1 6-8; Hemphill 201 8-22; Kozak 1 940- 1 ; Orchard 1 933-4 1 , 201 4-2022

Health Advisory Network Ashton 2084-90, 2093-2 1 00, 2 1 20-2, 2 1 34-32; Carr 2028; Cheema 2023-8, 2082-4, 209 1 -2, 2 1 00- 1 , 2 1 1 9-20, 2 1 22-4, 2 1 3 1 -2; Gray 2093; Orchard 2023-8, 2082-2 1 0 1 , 2 1 1 9-29, 2 1 32

Human Resource Management Salaries

Ashton 2348-52; Cheema 2348, 235 1 ; Orchard 2348-52

Internal Audit Salaries

Cheema 2352-4; Orchard 2352-4 Minister's Salary

Alcock 3340-3; Ashton 3335-40, 3344-6; Carr 3343-4; Cheema 3334-5, 3346-7; Orchard 3335-49

Research and Planning Other Expenditures

Ashton 2 1 62-4, 2 1 70-4, 2 1 76-8; Cheema 2 1 60-2, 2 1 64-9, 2 1 74-6; Orchard 2 1 60-4, 2 1 66-78

Salaries Ashton 2326-8, 2344-5; Cheema 2 1 32-4, 2321 -5; Minenko 2344; Orchard 2 1 32-4, 2326-8, 2344-5

Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba Ashton 3080-9; Cheema 3078-80, 3089-92; Orchard 3078-92

Community Health Services (Operations) Northern Health

Ashton 2795-8; Cheema 2800-4; Orchard 2794-8, 2800-4

Regional Services Salaries

Ashton 2836-7, 2839-40; Cheema 2839; Gray 2786-94, 2825-30, 2837-8; Orchard 2786-94, 2825-40; Storie 2830-6

Community Health Services (Programs) Communicable Disease Control

Other Expenditures Cheema 2543-4; Orchard 2543-4

Salaries Ashton 239 1 -9, 2536-40; Cheema 2357, 2387-9 1 , 2399-2405, 2540-42; Orchard 2357-9,

Hansard Index

1 18

Health (Supply)---Cont. 2387-2405, 2537-43

Continuing Care External Agencies

Cheema 2754-5; Lamoureux 2755-6; Orchard 2754-6

Home Care Assistance Ashton 2746-53; Cheema 2739-44, 2753-4; Gray 2744-6; Orchard 2739-54

Salaries Cheema 2738-9; Orchard 2739

Dental Health Salaries

Ashton 2784; Orchard 2784-5 Environmental Health

Salaries Ashton 2785; Gray 2785; Orchard 2785

Gerontology External Agencies

Cheema 2737-8; Orchard 2737-8 Salaries

Ashton 2702; Carr 2707-8; Cheema 2737; Gray 2703-7, 27 1 0; Orchard 2702- 1 0, 2737; Storie 2708- 1 0; Yeo 2702-3

Health Information Resources Salaries

Gray 2786 Health Promotion

External Agencies Gray 2699; Orchard 2699, 2783; Wasylycia-Leis 2783

Salaries Ashton 2589-93; Cheema 2593; Gray 269 1 -9; Orchard 2589-93, 269 1 -9

Hearing Conservation External Agencies

Gray 2702; Orchard 2702 Salaries

Ashton 2699-270 1 ; Gray 270 1 -2; Orchard 2699-2702

Maternal and Child Health Salaries

Ashton 2579-86; Cheema 2544-8, 2586-9; Gray 2549-53; Orchard 2544-53, 2580, 2582-9

Medical Equipment and Supplies External Agencies

Gray 2783; Orchard 2783 Program and Operation Support

Other Expenditures Cheema 2357; Orchard 2357

Salaries Cheema 2355-7; Orchard 2355-7

Manitoba Health Services Commission Administration

Ashton 3 1 68-76, 325 1 -60; Cheema 3093-5, 3 1 69, 3 1 78-87, 3263-6, 3295; Minenko 326 1 -2; Orchard 3093-5, 3 1 68-87, 3247-63, 3295; Taylor 3247-5 1

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Health (Supply}-Cont. Air Ambulance Program

Cheema 3303 Ambulance Program

Cheema 330 1 -3; Orchard 3300-3; Plohman 3299-3301

Hospital Program Cheema 3303-7; Orchard 3303-8

Medical Program Cheema 3308- 1 2; Orchard 3308- 1 2

Personal Care Home Program Cheema 3308; Orchard 3308

Pharmacare Program Cheema 3295-9; Orchard 3295-9

Mental Health Brandon Mental Health Centre

Salaries Cheema 305 1 -3; Orchard 305 1 -3

Chief Provincial Psychiatrist Salaries

Cheema 2934-41 , 2993-6; Harapiak 2937; Orchard 2934-4 1 , 2993-6

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Salaries

Cheema 3050- 1 ; Orchard 3050- 1 Mental Health Administration

Salaries Ashton 2845-6; Cheema 2840-5, 2928-32; Gray 2927-8; Harapiak 2932-4; Orchard 2840-5, 2927-34

Mental Health Clinical Salaries

Ashton 30 1 0; Charles 301 0- 1 ; Cheema 3009, 30 1 1 ; Orchard 3009- 1 1

Mental Health Programs Salaries

Cheema 2996-8; Orchard 2996-8 Mental Health Promotions

Salaries Ashton 300 1 -3; Charles 3000- 1 ; Cheema 2998-9, 3003-6; Orchard 2998-3006

Mental Health Rehabilitation Salaries

Cheema 3007-9; Orchard 3007-9 Mental Health Services

Other Expenditures Ashton 3046-9; Cheema 304 1 -6; Orchard 304 1 -9

Salaries Cheema 304 1 ; Orchard 3041

Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to Protect the (Bill 16)

I r Doer 3 1 ; 2r Ashton 5335-7; Cowan 448 1 -3; Doer 4388-9; Downey 4483-4; Enns 4484-6; Gray 4479-80; Lamoureux 4389-90; McCrae 5334-5, 5337-8, 5678-9; Patterson 5 1 46-8; Pankratz 5679; Praznik 5679; Rose 5679-80; R/S Doer 5939; 3r 5943; R/ A 5957

Hansard Index

1 19

Health Sciences Centre Budget

Doer 93 School of Nursing

Yeo 1 8 1 Service improvements

Cheema 1 93-4 Speech therapy

Cheema 565; Orchard 565 Staff shortages

Cheema 5 1 8 See also Cardiac Care

Heaman family Agriculture M inister's awareness

Downey 4820; Edwards 4820 Consumer Minister's awareness

Connery 482 1 ; Edwards 482 1 Legal Aid certificate

Edwards 482 1 ; McCrae 4821

Hedlin and Associates Consulting services

Neufeld 3200- 1 ; Storie 3200- 1

HELWER, Ed (PC, Gimli) Economic Development, Standing Committee

I st Report 1 5 7 1 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) 2r 2866-7

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 1 4 1 6-8 Law Amendments, Standing Committee on

I st Report I 006 Municipal Affairs, Standing Committee of

2nd Report 4258-63 Non-Political Statements

Kinsmen Clubs 70th Anniversary 5582

LPN Day 2972 Miss Blue Bomber

Julia Van Der Zweep 208 1 Oral Questions

Grain Cash Advancement Program Reinstatement 1 1 96

Public Utilities and Natural Resources, Standing committee on

I st Report 5439 Throne Speech Debate

234-7

HEMPHILL, Maureen (NDP, Logan) Constitution Amendment, 1 987

6038-40 Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply)

Administration and Finance Communications

Salaries 2568-9 Executive Support

Salaries 2564-6 Finance and Management Services

Salaries 2594-7 Minister's Salary 2772-3, 28 1 2-5

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HEMPHILL, Maureen (NDP, Logan}--Cont. Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Programs)

Community Places Program 2766 Cultural Resources

Salaries 2721 Executive Administration

Salaries 2600-2 Grants to Cultural Organizations

27 1 2-4, 27 1 7-8 Manitoba Intercultural Council 2760-5 Recreation 2727

Education and Training (Supply) Financial Support - Schools

School Grants and Other Assistance 4764-6

Documents Tabled Racist lapel pins

Letter from Hemphill to Human Rights Commission respecting sale restraint

4648 Women's Pavilion

Letter to Director of Nursing ( HSC) from Beverly Murdoch respecting environmental concerns

1 429 Letter to Marc Beaudry ( HSC) dated February 6, 1 989 from Carol Murdzak respecting environmental concerns

1 380 Family Services (Supply)

Income Security Central Directorate

Salaries 4585-8, 46 1 9- 2 1 , 4723 Health (Supply)

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 20 1 8-22 Highway Traffic Amendment Act

(Bill 3) 2r 684-6

Justice (Supply) Opening Remarks

( McCrae) 5053-4, 5057 Response

(Edwards) 5054-6 5056-7

Labour Relations Amendment Act (Bill 3 1 )

2r 5 1 22-7; ( Hoist Motion) 5320-6 Loan Act, 1 989

(Bill 34) 2r 3550-5

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act (Bill 1 3)

2r 7 7 1 -3 Ministerial Statements

Provincial Court backlog reduction Response I 1 90-1

Non-Political Statements Actors' Showcase School

Sod turning ceremony 1 9 1 8-9 China - Military violence 333

Hansard Index

1 20

HEMPHILL, Maureen (NDP, Logan}--Cont. Mob Story movie premiere 1 528 Order of the Buffalo Hunt recipients

Martin Bergen, Ernst Hansch, Ernst Keller, Rubin Spletzer 1 846

Prairie Theatre Exchange New facilities - Portage Place 1 845

Ross, Hugh Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra founder, death of 45 1 7

Oral Questions Allard, Candace

Surgery costs 2532 Bill No. 42

Hotel inclusion 1 660 Budget - Federal

Child care funding 36-7 Child care

Profit-based centres 37 Workers

Salary enhancement grants 37 China - Military violence

Development agreement suspension 326 Visa extensions - students 326

Crystal Casino Gaming/security system 98, 3 1 0

Environment, Department of - Ontario Consolidated Professor Mines 2687

External Affairs, Department of Minister's remarks 326

Firearms control Medical certificate 4435-6 Statistics 4436

Gold Mine - Shoal Lake Environmental impact study 2687

Government advertising Community-based media 209 HydroBonds placement 209

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission Cheque cashing privileges 4 1 7 Government policy 4 1 8 PAL promotional material 2008 Rural outlet closures 453 Services promotion 4 1 7-8 U.S. beer sales 453-4 Wine sampling 4 1 8

Mikado Mine - Bag Bay Mercury contamination 1 6 1 5-6

Multicultural policy development Conflict of interest 322 1 Untendered contract 322 1

Pit bull restrictions By-law amendments 253 1 -2

Pritchard Place Alternative space 3877 Funding, emergency 3877 Heating costs 3877

Racism Human rights code 4648 Lapel pins 4647-8

Savoy Hotel Eviction notices 1 659-60 Residents' meeting 1 660

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HEMPHILL, Maureen (NDP, Logan)---Cont. Winnipeg Water Protection Group

Funding 1 6 1 6, 2687 Women's Pavilion

Intensive care nursery Cross contamination 1 38 1 Environmental concerns 1 380, 1 429 Improvements 1 429 Nurse recruitment strategy 1429 Working conditions 1 38 1

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Immigration and Human Rights 3465-7 Public Schools Amendment Act

(Bill 59) 2r 5434-8

Urban Affairs (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Ducharme) 2 1 34-5 Response

2 1 36-7 Administration and Finance

Executive Support Other Expenditures 2 1 40- 1

Financial Assistance - City of Winnipeg Current Programs Grant

2 1 44-5, 2 1 48, 2 1 79-80, 2 1 83 Urban Policy Co-ordination

Other Expenditures 2 1 89-90, 2 1 94-5, 2 1 97

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Child care crisis

Day care worker walkout 1 902-3 Effects on Manitobans 1 1 1 3-4

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 068-9

Herd Retention Program Payment plan

Findlay 820; Uruski 820

High school education Government strategy

Derkach 5607-8; Yeo 5607-8 Committee representation

Derkach 5608; Yeo 5608 Report costs

Derkach 5607-8; Yeo 5607 Report release

Derkach 5608; Yeo 5608

High School Review Dropout rate recommendations

Derkach 3726-7; Yeo 3726 Implementation Committee report

Derkach 3726; Yeo 3726 Recommendations

Derkach 3945-6; Yeo 3945-6

Highway construction projects Funding

A. Driedger 938; Mandrake 938 See also Highways and Transportation

Hansard Index

(Supply) - Planning, Design and Land Surveys

121

Highway Traffic Act Justice Minister's comments

Edwards 1 69 1 ; McCrae 1 69 1 Statistics

Gilleshammer 2823; McCrae 2823

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Bill 3)

l r A. Driedger 52; 2r Ashton 7 1 7-20; Cowan 686-92; A. Driedger 659-60; Edwards 661 -2; Harapiak 700- 1 ; Hemphill 684-6; Maloway 692-5; McCrae 720-5; Plohman 68 1 -4; Storie 7 1 5-7; Uruski 695-700; Wasylycia-Leis 7 1 0-5; 3r Edwards 1 0 1 6-7; A. Driedger 1 0 1 7; McCrae 10 16; Plohman 10 1 7 ; R/A 1 03 1

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2) (Bill 4)

l r Mandrake 884; 2r Ashton 1 736; Connery 5263-6; Cummings 5267-9; A. Driedger 2867-9; H. Driedger 2 1 99-2201 ; Ducharme 5508- 1 0; Ernst 2426-8; Findlay 5269-72; Gilleshammer 5266-7; Hammond 2957-8; Harapiak 2872-4, 2956; Helwer 2866-7; Lamoureux 287 1 -2· Mandrake 1 652; Manness 2425-6·

'

McCrae 1 735-6; Orchard 5 143-4;,

Pankratz 2636-7; Penner 2869-70· Plohman 1 829-30; Praznik 2870-i· Storie 2428-9

'

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (3) (Bill 5)

l r Edwards 1 658

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (4) (Bill 41)

l r Mandrake 1 74 1 ; 2 r Kozak 5082-3; Mandrake 1 962, 2204-5; Minenko 4942-3

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (5) (Bill 54)

l r A. Driedger 1 575; 2r A. Driedger 1 679-80, 1 682; Edwards 1 680- 1 ; Storie 1 68 1 -2· 3r Ashton 1 982-5; Cowan 1 98S-90· Edwards 1 990-3; McCrae 1 979-80

' 1 993·

Plohman 1 980-2; R/ A 1 993 ' '

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (6) (Bill 73)

I r A. Driedger 205 1 ; 2 r A . Driedger 2447-8, 4882-3; Harapiak 4879-82; Mandrake 4874-5· Plohman 4875-9; Uruski 488 1 -2·

'

R/S A. Driedger 594 1 ; 3r 5944; R/A 5957

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (7) (Bill 74)

I r A. Driedger 205 1 ;

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Highway Traffic Amendment Act (7) (Bill 14)---Cont.

2r A. Driedger 3395, 4663-4; Mandrake 4658-6 1 ; Plohman 466 1 -3; R/S A. Driedger 594 1 ; 3r 5944; R/A 5957

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Opening Remarks

A. Driedger 6 1 3-7, 1 224-6 Response

Cowan 1 226-9 Mandrake 6 1 7-8, 1 224 Plohman 6 1 8-21

Administration and Finance Administrative Services

Other Expenditures A. Driedger 623; Mandrake 623; Plohman 623

Computer Services Salaries

A. Driedger 624-5; Plohman 624-5 Executive Support

Other Expenditures Angus 623; A. Driedger 623; Plohman 623

Salaries A. Driedger 622-3; Mandrake 622; Plohman 622-3

Minister's Salary A. Driedger 1 7 1 3-4, 1 785, 1 787-90; Lamoureux 1 7 1 3-4; Mandrake 1 7 1 2-3, 1 785, 1 788-90; Plohman 1 785-8; Rose 1 7 1 4

Occupational Health and Safety Other Expenditures

A. Driedger 625; Mandrake 625 Plohman 625

Personnel Services Salaries

A. Driedger 623-4; Mandrake 624; Plohman 623-4

Boards and Committees Highway Traffic Board

Salaries A. Driedger 1 634; Mandrake 1634; Plohman 1 634

Licence Suspension Appeal Board Other Expenditures

A. Driedger 1 635; Plohman 1 635 Motor Transport Board

Other Expenditures A. Driedger 1 63 1 ; Mandrake 1 63 1

Salaries A. Driedger 1 627-30; Mandrake 1 628; Plohman 1 628-30

Taxicab Board Salaries

A. Driedger 1 6 3 1 -4; Mandrake 1 63 1 -2; Plohman 1 63 1 -4

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Licensing

Other Expenditures A. Driedger 1 544; Mandrake 1 544

Hansard Index

122

Highways and Transportation (Supply)---Cont. Salaries

A. Driedger 1 535-44; Mandrake 1 540-4; Plohman 1 535-40

Management Services Other Expenditures

A. Driedger 1 535; Mandrake 1 535

Salaries A. Driedger 1 529-35; Findlay 1 529; Mandrake 1 529, 1 533-5; Plohman 1 529-33

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Cost-Sharing Agreement

A. Driedger 1 626; Mandrake 1 626; Plohman 1 626

Safety Other Expenditures

A. Driedger 1 626; Mandrake 1 626 Salaries

Cowan 1 546-8; A. Driedger 1 544-8, 1 622-6; Mandrake 1 544-6, 1 548, 1 622, 1 625; Plohman 1 622-6

Transport, Safety and Regulation Other Expenditures

A. Driedger 1 627; Mandrake 1 627; Plohman 1 627

Salaries A. Driedger 1 626-7; Mandrake 1 626-7; Plohman 1 627

Engineering and Technical Services Government Air and Radio Services

Less: Recoverable A. Driedger 1 39 1 -2; Mandrake 1 39 1 -2; Plohman 1 39 1 -2

Other Expenditures A. Driedger 1 3 1 8-20, 1 39 1 ; Mandrake 1 3 1 9-20; Plohman 1 3 1 8-9

Materials and Research Salaries and Wages

A. Driedger 1 3 1 3-5; Mandrake 1 3 1 3 , 1 3 1 5; Plohman 1 3 1 3-5

Northern Airports Other Expenditures

A. Driedger 1 3 1 1 -3; H. Driedger 1 3 1 1 -2; Mandrake 1 3 1 2; Plohman 1 3 1 2-3

Traffic Operations Salaries and Wages

A. Driedger 1 3 1 5-8; Mandrake 1 3 1 5-8

Warehouse Stores Other Expenditures

A. Driedger 1 3 1 1 ; Plohman 1 3 1 1 Expenditures Related to Capital

Acquisition/Construction of Physical Assets Northern Development Agreement

Cowan 1694-7; A. Driedger 1 694; Mandrake 1 694

Other Projects A. Driedger 1 694;

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Highways and Transportation (Supply)---Conf. Mandrake 1 694

Aid to Cites, Towns and Villages A. Driedger 1 637-8, 1 692; Mandrake 1 637-8, 1 692

Canada-Manitoba Churchill Agreement Cowan 1 698- 1 7 1 2; A. Driedger 1 697- 1 7 1 2; Mandrake 1 697-8, 1 7 1 2

Construction and Upgrading of Provincial Trunk Highways, Provincial Roads and Related Projects

A. Driedger 1 635-7; Mandrake 1 635-6; Plohman 1 635-7

Rural Municipal Bridge Assistance Program

A. Driedger 1 693; Mandrake 1 693 Work in Local Government Districts and Unorganized Territory

A. Driedger 1 692-3; Mandrake 1 692-3 Operations and Maintenance

Bridges and Structures Salaries

A. Driedger 752-5, 823; Mandrake 752-5; Plohman 754-5, 823

District Offices Other Expenditures

A. Driedger 829; Plohman 828-9 Maintenance Program

A. Driedger 625-7, 740-6; Mandrake 625-6, 740-2, 745; Plohman 626-7, 740-6

Operations and Contracts Salaries and Wages

A. Driedger 749-52; Mandrake 749-50, 752; Neufeld 749; Plohman 750-2

Other Jurisdictions Less Recoverable

A. Driedger 829; Mandrake 829 Transport Compliance

Other Expenditures A. Driedger 828; Plohman 828

Salaries and Wages Angus 827-8; A. Driedger 823-8; Mandrake 823-6, 828; Plohman 824-8

Winter Roads I 00% Provincial

A. Driedger 746-9; Mandrake 746, 748-9; Plohman 747-8

Shareable with Canada A. Driedger 747, 749; Mandrake 747; Plohman 747, 749

Planning and Design and Land Surveys Planning and Design

Salaries and Wages Angus 839, 1 266-7; Cowan 1 233-7, 1 240; Cummings 1 233; A. Driedger 829-40, 1 229-40, 1 264-79, 1 300- 1 0; H. Driedger 1 239-40; Harapiak 1 237, 1 279; Kozak 1 232; Mandrake 829-36, 839-40, 1 229-32,

Hansard Index

1 23

Highways and Transportation (Supply)---Cont. 1 233, 1 237-9, 1 264-6, 1 268-78, 1 300-2, 1 304-5, 1 308-9; Mitchelson 1 268; Plohman 830- 1 , 834-8, 1 299- 1 300, 1 302- 1 0; Storie 83 1 -2

Transportation Policy and Research Canada-Manitoba Churchill Agreement

Other Expenditures A. Driedger 1 507 -8; Mandrake 1 507-8; Plohman 1 508-9

Salaries A. Driedger 1 507; Plohman 1 507

Canada-Manitoba Transportation Development Agreement

Other Expenditures A. Driedger 1 509- 1 0; Mandrake 1 509; Plohman 1 509- 1 0

Salaries A. Driedger 1 509; Mandrake 1 509

Rural Transportation Grants A. Driedger 1 505-7; Mandrake 1 505-6; Plohman 1 506-7

Transportation Policy and Research Other Expenditures

A. Driedger 1 392- 1 403; Mandrake 1 392-4, 1 398-9, 1 402-3; Plohman 1 394-8, 1 399- 1 40 I

Salaries A. Driedger 1 454-72, 1 494- 1 505; Mandrake

1454-6, 1 462-3, 1 465, 1 468-72, 1 494-8, 1 503-5; Plohman 1 457-63, 1 465-8, 1 498- 1 503

Hnatyshyn, Ray Appointment - Governor General

Carstairs 1 665-6; L.S. Evans 1 666; Filmon 1 665

Hog industry Feed supplements

Downey 5820- 1 ; L.E. Evans 5820 Government support

Filmon 3728; Uruski 3728-9 Labour adjustment strategy

Edwards 55 1 6; Findlay 5 5 1 6 Labour force reduction

Edwards 5480- 1 , 5 5 1 6; Hammond 548 1 , 5 5 1 6

Pork countervail Documentation

L .E. Evans 1 2 1 4; Findlay 1 2 1 4 Evaluation

L.E. Evans 1 1 97; Findlay 1 1 97 Production figures

Downey 5820; L.E. Evans 5654-5, 5820; Findlay 5654-5

Subsidy exclusion Uruski 1 2 1 4-5

Supply Filmon 5824; Uruski 5824

See also Springhill Farms Limited

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Holy Ghost Fraternal Aid Society Official reopening

Wasylycia-Leis 5846

Home care program Expansion

Cheema 3384, 48 1 6; Filmon 48 1 6; Orchard 3384

New admissions Doer 780; Orchard 780

Underspending Doer 779-8 1 , 975; Orchard 779-8 1 , 97 5-6

Home Economist Week Findlay 1 0 1 5; Gray 1 0 1 5; Uruski 1 0 1 5

Hospitals

Hansard Index

See Health care facilities; specific names of hospitals

House Business Adjournment Motion

Alcock 1 030, 4068, 5956; Ashton 1 030, 4068-9, 5956; Carstairs 5946-8; Doer 5949-52; Filmon 5952-6; McCrae I 030- 1 , 4068-9, 5946, 5956-7, 606 1

Bill No. 3 referral to Committee on Industrial Relations

McCrae 725, 883 Bill No. 7

Committee change McCrae 401 4

Bill No. 30 referral to Committee of the Whole declared procedural nullity

McCrae 997 Bill No. 30 referral to

Committee on Law Amendments McCrae 997

Bill No. 33 Committee change

McCrae 401 4 Bill 47

Committee change McCrae 59 1 8

Bill 48 Committee change

McCrae 59 1 8 Bill 50

Committee change McCrae 59 1 8

Bill 5 1 Committee change

McCrae 59 1 8 Bill 52

Committee change McCrae 59 1 8

Bill 56 Committee change

McCrae 59 1 8 Bill No. 64

Committee change Manness 4506

Bill No. 76

1 24

House Business---Cont. Committee change

McCrae 40 1 4 Bill No. 83

Committee change Manness 4506

Bill 1 0 1 Committee change

McCrae 59 1 8 Chornopyski, William

Committees Chairmanship Whole House appointment

Filmon 8 Deputy Speaker appointment

Filmon 8 Minenko, Mark

Committees Chairmanship Whole House resignation

Rocan 8 Deputy Speaker resignation

Rocan 8 Page appointments

Rocan 8 Sitting hours

Final day of sitting hours McCrae 997

NDP Convention McCrae 3334

Thanksgiving Day McCrae 1 649

Victoria Day McCrae 22

Speaker's absence 3239, 3327

Supply, Committee of Estimate sequence 597,

Changes McCrae

2 1 59, 2386, 2536 (no leave), 3 1 36, 3447. 4437. 4602-3

Alcock 2536 Ashton 2536

Votes and Proceedings Perusal/Printing

Filmon 8

Housing conditions See Urgent Public Importance, Matters of

Housing, low-income Advocacy group

Cowan 3494; Ducharme 3494 Indexing

Ducharme 3445; Lamoureux 3445 Landlord monitoring

Ducharme 3445-6; Lamoureux 3445 Subsidy reductions

Ducharme 656-7, 1 784; Lamoureux 656-7, 1 784

Housing market Analysis

Cowan 3494; Ducharme 3494; L.S. Evans 3222; Manness 3222

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Housing market-Cont. Demand

Carstairs 304; Cowan 97; Doer 305; Ducharme 97, 304, 305

Government initiatives Cowan 1 297, 3494; Ducharme 1 297, 3494

Impact study Doer 305; Ducharme 305

New starts decline Cowan 443 1 -2; Manness 443 1 -2

Out-migration statistics Cowan 443 1 ; Manness 4432

Saturation Cowan 1 297; Ducharme 1 297

Housing, Minister of Apology requested

Ducharme 306; Lamoureux 306 Resignation request

Cowan 5753; Filmon 5753

Housing, non-profit Application processing

Cowan 972; Ducharme 972 CMHC subsidy cuts

Ducharme 977; Lamoureux 977 Funding

Ducharme 977; Lamoureux 977 Proposal calls

Cowan 977-8; Ducharme 977, 978, 1 0 1 1 ; Lamoureux 977, l O l l

Housing, seniors Building safety

Ducharme 3729, 3820; Lamoureux 3729;

Housing programs Funding

Ducharme 3446; Lamoureux 3446 Initiatives

Cowan 97; Ducharme 97

Housing (Supply) Opening Remarks

Ducharme 3495-6 Response

Cowan 3500-5 Lamoureux 3496-3500

Expenditures Related to Capital Canada-Manitoba Winnipeg Core Area Renewed Agreement

Core Area Initiatives Programs Cowan 3744; Ducharme 3744

General Administration Communications

Salaries Ducharme 3679; Lamoureux 3679

Executive Support Salaries

Cowan 3507-9, 35 1 1 -4, 3604-8; Ducharme 3505- 1 5, 3597-36 1 0; Lamoureux 3505-7, 3509- 1 1 , 35 14-5, 3597-3604, 3608- 10

Hansard Index

1 25

Housing (Supply}--Cont. Planning and I nformation Systems

Salaries Cowan 3610, 3678; Ducharme 3610, 3679

Landlord and Tenant Affairs Salaries

Cowan 3679-80; Ducharme 3679-8 1 Operations

Client Services Salaries

Cowan 3683-4; Ducharme 3682-4; Lamoureux 3682-3

Delivery Services Cowan 368 1 -2; Ducharme 3682

Grants and Subsidies Cowan 3733-5, 3737-40, 3743; Ducharme 3732-43; Lamoureux 3731 -3, 3736-7, 3740- 1

Property Management Salaries

Cowan 368 1 ; Ducharme 3681 Transfer Payments to MHRC

Cowan 3743-4; Ducharme 3743-4

Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Air quality analysis

Cummings 73 1 ; Storie 730 Environmental order issued

Cummings 8 1 1 ; Storie 8 1 1 -2; Taylor 8 1 1 Modernization

Angus 4 1 43-8; Neufeld 1 866, 4 142-9; Storie 1 866, 4 1 42-3, 4 1 48-50

Monitoring Cummings 730; Storie 729-30

Pollution control Cummings 530, 679; Harapiak 678-9; Praznik 1 69-70; Storie 530

Saskatchewan Cummings 679; Harapiak 679

Human Rights Code Racist pins

Doer 4082; McCrae 4082

Human Rights Commission Justice Minister involvement

Edwards 3637-8; McCrae 3637-8

Human rights education Curriculum development

Charles 4866; Derkach 4866 Compulsory curriculum

Carstairs 272; Derkach 272, 382

Human Tissue Amendment Act (Bill 39)

I r Manness 1 1 56; 2r McCrae 1 368; Roch 4886-7; R/S 5789; 3r 5790; R/A 5836

Humphrey, Mary Removal

Doer 1 1 22, 1 426; Gray 224 1 , 4 1 22-3, 4 1 28; Filmon 1 426; Hammond 1 084; Oleson 1 1 22, 224 1 , 4 1 22-3, 4 1 26, 4 1 28;

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Humphrey, Mary-Cont. Wasylycia-Leis I 084, 4 1 25-6

Hurricane Hugo Fundraising dance

Uruski 2285

Hydro-electric resources Development

H. Driedger 348; Neufeld 348

ICG Utilities Rural rate increases

Neufeld 3984-5; Storie 3984-5 Supply shut-off regulations

Connery 870; Storie 870 See also Public Utilities Board

Illiteracy Task Force Recommendations

Derkach 973; Yeo 973

Immigration and Human Rights See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

loco Limited Exploration - Snow Lake

Neufeld 4 1 50; Storie 4 1 50

Industrial defelopment Strategy

Ernst 1 085-6; L.S. Evans 1 085

Industrial Relations, Committee on 1 st Report

Pankratz 967-9 2nd Report

Gilleshammer 1 963 3rd Report

Burrell 5926-30

Industry, Trade and Tourism (Supply) Opening Remarks

Ernst 4438-9 Response

L.S. Evans 4439-40 Minenko 4439

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries Ernst 4440; L.S. Evans 444 1 ; Minenko 4440

Finance and Administration Other Expenditures

Ernst 445 1 ; Minenko 445 1 Salaries

Ernst 4450- 1 ; Minenko 4450 Fitness Directorate

Other Expenditures Doer 4534-5; Ernst 4532-5; Kozak 4532-4

Salaries Doer 4530- 1 ; Ernst 445 1 , 4530-2; Kozak 453 1 ; Minenko 453 1 -2

Grant Assistance Salaries

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1 26

Industry, Trade and Tourism (Supply)--Cont. Ernst 445 1 -2; L.S. Evans 445 1 -2; Minenko 445 1

Strategic Planning Salaries

Angus 4448; Ernst 444 1 -50; L.S. Evans 4444-8; Minenko 444 1 -4, 4448-50

Industry and Trade Division Health Industry Development I nitiative

Salaries Ernst 4529-30; L.S. Evans 4529; Minenko 4529

Industry Financial Programs

Canada-Manitoba Urban Bus Agreement

Ernst 4528; L.S. Evans 4528 Manitoba Industrial Opportunities

Ernst 4526-7; L.S. Evans 4526-7 Manufacturing Adaptation

Ernst 4527-8; L.S. Evans 4527-8 Salaries

Ernst 4525-6; Minenko 4525-6 Technology Commercialization

Ernst 4527; L.S. Evans 4527; Minenko 4527

Venture Capital Ernst 4527; L.S. Evans 4527

Investment Promotion Ernst 4522-5; L.S. Evans 4524-5; Minenko 4522-4

Sectoral Development Ernst 4452-9, 45 1 8-22; L.S. Evans 4454-6, 4458-9, 4520- 1 ; Minenko 4452-4, 4456-8, 45 1 8-20, 452 1 -2

Trade Salaries

Ernst 4536; L.S. Evans 4536 Tourism Division

Administration Salaries

Ernst 4536-7; Gaudry 4536-7

lnfill Housing Program Construction schedule

Ducharme 4066; Lamoureux 4066; Federal Minister's involvement

Ducharme 2242; Lamoureux 2243 Fiscal projections

Ducharme 4066; Lamoureux 4066 Statistics

Ducharme 1 32, 306, 2242-3, 5823; Lamoureux 1 32, 306, 2242-3, 5823

Infrastructure renewal Funding

Filmon 5307; Plohman 5307

Inspiration Resources Corporation Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting

Praznik 1 69-70

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Insurance Amendment Act (Bill 75)

I r McCrae 205 1 ; 2r Connery 3859-60; Kozak 4664-6; Patterson 4666; R/S Connery 594 1 ; 3r 5944; R/ A 5957

Interest rates Impact labour force

Doer 534 1 ; Filmon 5341 I ncrease

Alcock 5339; Manness 5339

Interim Appropriation Act, 1989 (Bill 29)

l r Manness 893; 2r Ashton 920-7; Charles 980-4; Cheema 894-6, 944-7; Doer 90 1 -4; H. Driedger 9 1 6-20; Edwards 987-93; L .E. Evans 904-9; Gray 993-7; Lamoureux 944; Mandrake 984-7; Manness 893; Minenko 927-8; Orchard 897-901 ; Patterson 953-5; Plohman 947-53; Storie 909- 1 3, 9 1 5-6; Uruski 955-8; Yeo 928-30; 3r Alcock 1 0 1 7-9; Cowan 1 0 1 9- 2 1 ; L.S. Evans 1 0 1 9; Manness 1 02 1 -2; CfW Ashton 1 028-9; Cowan 1 027-8; Ducharme 1 028; Enns 1 024; L.S. Evans I 024-6, I 029-30; Man ness I 023-4, I 026-7, I 029; McCrae 1 025; Oleson 1 030; Orchard I 025-6; Plohman I 025-7; Uruski 1 027; 3r 1 030; R/A 1 03 1

Interim Appropriation Act, 1989 (2) (Bill 90)

I r Manness 3846; 2r Alcock 3955-7; Ashton 3962-8; Charles 400 1 -3; Cheema 3960-2; Doer 3957-60; Downey 3968-70; L.S. Evans 4034-7; Harper 4007-9, 4027-9; Kozak 3970-5; Lamoureux 3975-8; Mandrake 4029-34; Manness 3846-7; Roch 4004-7; CfW Ashton 4038, 4044-5, 4047-50, 4055; Connery 4038-9, 4046-55; Cowan 4070, 4073-4; Cummings 4045-6, 4056-7, 4075-8; Ernst 4056; L.S. Evans 4039-44, 4056-7, 4074-8; Hammond 4070, 4073-4; Kozak 4037, 407 1 -3; Lamoureux 4050-2; Manness 4037, 407 1 -3; Minenko 4052-6; Orchard 4039-44; Patterson 4037-8, 4045-6; 3r Manness 4078; R/ A 4079

International Sale of Goods Act (Bill 7)

I r McCrae 52; 2r Ashton 3895; L.S. Evans 1 362-5; Lamoureux 3890- 1 ; McCrae 1 1 35-9, 3895; Minenko 1 358-62; Storie 1 1 39-43; Uruski 389 1 -4; R/S McCrae 4069; 3r 4078; R/ A 4079

International Women's Day Gray 58 1 8; Hammond 58 1 7-8;

Hansard Index

1 27

International Women's Day-Cont. Wasylycia-Leis 58 1 8-9

Intestate Succession and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 48)

1 r McCrae 1 444; 2r Edwards 5078-80; McCrae 1 977; R/S McCrae 5939; 3r 5943; R/A 5957

Introduction of Guests Aberdeen School, Grades 7-9

(Burrows) Rocan 3583

Ahluwalia, Karter Run for the Children Marathon

Rocan 1 1 1 8 Allard, Jean

Former M LA ( Rupertsland) Rocan 5962

Anawak, Jack M.P. (Nunatsiaq, N WT)

Rocan 5974 Angus McKay School, Grade 5

( Rossmere) Rocan 1 74 1

Anstett, Andy Former MLA (Springfield)

Rocan 38 1 3 Arthur A. Leach Junior High School

Grade 9 (Fort Garry) Rocan 2509

Arthur Oliver School (Kirkfield Park)

Rocan 598 Assiniboine Community College

(Dauphin) Rocan 2644

Assiniboine Community College Business Administration (Brandon East)

Rocan 4682 Baldur School, Grades I 0- 1 2

(Turtle Mountain) Rocan 92

Balmoral School, Grades 2-6 (Lakeside)

Rocan 429 1 Bannatyne School, Grade 6

(Sturgeon Creek) Rocan 53

Barrett, Dave Former Premier (British Columbia)

Rocan 29 1 5 Berggren, Hakan

Ambassador of Sweden Rocan 2377

Bertrun E. Glavin Elementary School, Grade 5 (Concordia)

Rocan 1 49 Bethel Christian Academy, urades 7-9

(Brandon East) Rocan 884

Bighetty, Chief Pascal (Pukatawagan)

Rocan 3 1 0

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Introduction of Guests--Cont. Bisson, Raymond

President Franco-Manitoban Society Rocan 5307

Blake, Dave Former M LA (Minnedosa)

Rocan 1 0, 359 1 , 5533 Blumenort School, Grade 5

(La Verendrye) Rocan 598

Blumenort School, Grades 4-5 (La Verendrye)

Rocan 659 Bode, Nancy

Assistant Attorney General ( Minnesota)

Rocan 726 Boisvert, Roland

President Festival du Voyageur Rocan 5307

Bonnycastle School, Grade 5 ( Fort Garry)

Rocan 4430 Borowski, Joe

Former M LA (Thompson) Rocan 601 0

Bratun, Rostyslav M .P. to the Ukraine Congress of Peoples Deputies U.S.S.R.

Rocan 5439 Brown, Arnie

Former M LA ( Rhineland) Rocan 4 1 5, 5962

Bruseker, Frank Alberta MLA (Calgary-North West)

Rocan 1 665 Calvin Christian School, Grade 9

( River East) Rocan 3070

Chown, Marguerite Manitoba Society of Seniors Manitoba Council on Aging

Rocan 865 College Beliveau, Grade 9

( Radisson) Rocan 5046

Cook, Chief Ron (Shoal River)

Rocan 3 1 0 Cormorant Lake School, Grade 8

(The Pas) Rocan 598

Country View School, Grades 6-9 (La Verendrye)

Rocan 9 1 Crestview School, Grade 4

(Portage Ia Prairie) Rocan 598

Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School Grades 1 1 - 1 2, (Brandon East)

Rocan 1 1 1 8 Cross Lake School, Grade 6

(Rupertsland)

Hansard Index

1 28

Introduction of Guests--Cont. Rocan 8 1 2

Cypress River School, Grades 4-5 (Gladstone)

Rocan 5484 Daerwood School, Grade 5

(Selkirk) Rocan 3440

Dakota Collegiate, Grade I I (Riel)

Rocan 4 1 6 Daniel Mcintyre Collegiate, Grade 1 2

(Ellice) Rocan 1 079

Darwin School, Grade 9 (Riel)

Rocan 5234, 5439 Dauphin Regional School

(Dauphin) Rocan 598

Dawson Trail School, Grade 6 (Springfield)

Rocan 1 0, 5683 Deloraine Elementary School, Grade 5

(Arthur) Rocan 597 1

Deprez, Dr. Paul Honourary Consul General (Belgium)

Rocan 3488 Desjardins, Larry

Former MLA (St. Boniface) Rocan 5975

Devries, Robert Consul General (Belgium)

Rocan 3488 Dick, Paul

Federal Minister responsible for Procurement

Rocan 887 Eadie, Jae

City of Winnipeg Councillor Rocan 2682

Earl Grey School, Grades 5-6 (Osborne)

Rocan 241 Ecole Lagimodiere, Grades 5-6

(Springfield) Rocan 5575

Ecole Lavallee, Grade 5 (Riel)

Rocan 560 Edwards, Duane

1 990 Labatt Tankard Provincial Men's Curling Championship team

Rocan 5 1 76 Elwick Community School, Grade 5

(Kildonan) Rocan 34 1 8

Elwick Community School, Grades 4-6 ( Kildonan)

Rocan 5748 English Second Language Program

Rocan 2002

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Introduction of Guests-Cont. Ethelbert School, Grade I I

(Dauphin) Rocan 2469

F.W. Gilbert School, Grades 4-6 ( Lac du Bonnet)

Rocan 4 1 5-6 Faith Academy, Grades 5- 1 2

( Lac du Bonnet) Rocan 241

Fall, Brian High Commissioner of Great Britain

Rocan 4594 Fiendel, Gale

Vice President Age and Opportunity Rocan 865

Fleming, Farrell Executive Director Creative Retirement Manitoba

Rocan 865 Fontaine, Chief Jerry

Fort Alexander Rocan 3 1 0

Fontaine, Phil Assembly of First Nations Vice President

Rocan 3 1 0 Forsyth, Smirle

Clerk Assistant Ontario Legislative Assembly

Rocan 1 032 Froese, Jake

Former MLA ( Rhineland) Rocan 5962

Garden City Collegiate, Grade 8 (Kildonan)

Rocan 2527 Garden City Collegiate, Grade 9

(Kildonan) Rocan 52

Garden City Collegiate, Grade I I (Kildonan)

Chornopyski 3239 Garden Grove School, Grade 5

( Inkster) Rocan 597 1

Garden Valley Collegiate, Grades 1 1 - 1 2 (Rhineland)

Rocan 3543 General Byng School, Grades 8-9

(Fort Garry) Rocan 1 1 1 8

General Wolfe School, Grade 9 (Ellice)

Rocan 3488, 3583 George McDowell School, Grade 9

(Niakwa) Rocan 5358

George V School, Grades 5-6 (Elmwood)

Rocan 522 Gillam School, Grade 5

(Churchill)

Hansard Index

1 29

Introduction of Guests-Cont. Rocan 325

Glenboro School, Grade 7 (Gladstone)

Rocan 3723 Glenelm School, Grade 5

(Elmwood) Rocan 673

Glenlawn Collegiate, Grade I I (St. Vital)

Rocan 2729 Glenwood School, Grade 9

(St. Vital) Rocan 5477

Goose Lake High School, Grade I I (Roblin-Russell)

5300 Graham, Harry

Former Speaker and MLA (Virden) Rocan 1 1 63

Grant Park High School, Grade 9 (Fort Garry)

Rocan 2377 Gretna Elementary School, Grade 7

(Rhineland) Rocan 468

Grovenor Semple School, Grades 5-6 (St. Johns)

Rocan 2002 Hansard staff

Rocan 3845 Hardy, Dorothy

Age and Opportunity Rocan 865

Hartney School, Grades 9 and I I (Arthur)

Rocan 377 Harvard, John

M.P. (St. James) Rocan 5339

Haverstock, Linda Liberal Leader (Saskatchewan)

Rocan 1 49 Hedges Junior High, Grade 9

(Assiniboia) Rocan 377

Henderson, Jerry Councillor The Pas Indian Band

Rocan 4 1 33 Hochfeld Elementary School, Grades 5-8

(Rhineland) Rocan 6043

Hugh John Macdonald School, Grade 9 (Logan)

Rocan 22 1 4 Human Justice Training Programme

Rocan 1 684 Humphrey, James

High Commissioner of Australia Rocan 2469

Hunter, Rollie Department of Public Safety (Minnesota)

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Introduction of Guests-Cont. Rocan 726

Immanuel Christian School, Grades 7-9 ( Radisson)

Rocan 5838 Inter-Culture Canada

Exchange students Rocan 5 1 76

Interlake Christian Home Schoolers (Gimli)

Rocan 3723 Isaac Brock School, Grade 9

(St. James) Rocan 365 1

Isaac Brock School, Grades 5-6 (St. James)

Rocan 203 James Nisbet Community School, Grade 5

( Kildonan) Chornopyski 3327

James N isbet Community School, Grades 4-6 ( Kildonan)

Rocan 578 1 Janousek, Mike

(North Dakota) Rocan 2509

John Pritchard School, Grade 9 ( River East)

Rocan 65 1 John W. Gunn School, Grade 9

(Transcona) Rocan 203

Johnston, Frank Former M LA (Sturgeon Creek)

Rocan 5962 Johnston, Gordon

Former MLA ( Portage Ia Prairie) Rocan 5975

Johnstone, Peter Consul General of Great Britain

Rocan 4594 Keewatin Community College

(The Pas) Rocan 4487

Ken Seaford Junior High School, Grade 9 (Kildonan)

Rocan 5647 Killarney School, Grade 9

(Turtle Mountain) Rocan 53

King George School, Grade 5 (Brandon East)

Rocan 522 Kirkland Park Christian Academy,

Grades 1 0- 1 2 (Assiniboia) Rocan 1 609

Landmark School, Grade 9 (Springfield)

Rocan 468 Lathlin, Chief Oscar

The Pas Indian Band Rocan 4 1 33

Leskee, James

Hansard Index

1 30

Introduction of Guests-Cont. Director of Financial Aids Higher Education Co-ordinating Board (Minnesota)

Rocan 65 1 Lockport School, Grade 9

(Selkirk) Rocan 3583, 3940

Lord Selkirk School Division Junior Parliament, Grades 7, 8, 9

Rocan 4270 Loveridge, AI

President Manitoba Society of Seniors Rocan 865

Manitoba Hydro employees Eileen Zubek and Cam Neirinck

Rocan 1 0 Manitoba Rural Leadership Training Ctte.

Practical Politics Seminar Rocan 2 1 5 1

Manitoba Technical Training Centre Donna Hilton and students

Rocan 1 445 MacDonald, Agnes

Chairperson Manitoba Council on Aging Rocan 865

Machray School, Grades 4-6 (St. Johns)

Rocan 5696 McGregor Collegiate, Grades I 0- 1 2

(Gladstone) Rocan 1 26

Mcilwain, Kelsey International Computer Problem-Solving Contest winner

Rocan 3848 McLeod School, Grade 5

(Rossmere) Rocan 5975

Meadows School, Grade 6 (Brandon West)

Rocan 5972 Meiklejohn, Ray

Minister Education (Saskatchewan) Rocan 205 1

Minitonas Intermediate School, Grade 9 (Swan River)

Rocan 27 1 Minnedosa Collegiate, Grades 1 1 - 1 2

(Minnedosa) Rocan 5 1 76

Morden Collegiate, Grade I I (Pembina)

Rocan 27 1 Morris School, Grade 6

(Morris) Rocan 959

Mountbatten School, Grades 5-6 (N iakwa)

Rocan 363 1 Muller, Lloyd

Deputy Speaker (Saskatchewan) Rocan 27 1

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Introduction of Guests-Cont. Munroe Jr. High School, Grade 9

(Elmwood) Rocan 3940

Murdoch MacKay School, Grade 9 (Transcona)

Rocan 27 1 , 4 1 5 Mytrle-Roland Cub Pack

(Pembina) Rocan 4948

Neepawa Area Collegiate, Grade I I (Ste. Rose)

Rocan 2682 Nellie McClung Collegiate, Grade I I

(Pembina) Rocan 342

Nepinak, Chief Harvey Water hen

Rocan 3 1 0 Ney, Edward

Ambassador (United States of America) Rocan 5089

N iverville Elementary School, Grade 5 (Emerson)

Rocan 3 1 6 1 Northern N ursing and Bachelor of Social Work

Programs (Thompson)

Rocan 601 0 O.V. Jewitt School, Grade 5

( Kildonan) Rocan 32 1 6

Ochre River School, Grade 9 (Dauphin)

Rocan 303 Pagtakhan, Rey

M.P. (Winnipeg North) Rocan 4676

Paquin, Louis Administrator Festival du Voyageur

Rocan 5307 Pare La Salle School, Grade 5

(St. Norbert) Rocan 734

Parkdale School, Grades 4-6 ( Flin Flon)

Rocan 4 1 6 Peace Valley School

( Morris) Rocan 363 1

Pedersen, Red Speaker (Northwest Territories)

Rocan 27 1 Pelchat, Mme. Christiane

MNA de Vachon Rocan 27 1

Pembina Crest School, Grade 7 ( Fort Garry)

Rocan 1 74 1 Pembina Crest School, Grade 9

( Fort Garry) Rocan 673, 932, 1 777, 1 867, 1 9 1 1

People's Republic of China

131

Introduction of Guests-Cont. Trade delegation

Rocan 5234 Pierre Radisson Collegiate, Grades 9- 1 0

( Radisson) Rocan 3775

Pinawa Secondary High School, Grade 9 (Lac du Bonnet)

Rocan 58 1 9 Pinawa Secondary High School, Grade 1 2

(Lac D u Bonnet) Rocan 2986

Plum Coulee School, Grades 5-7 (Rhineland)

Rocan 5962 Point des Chenes High School, Grade I I

(La Verendrye) Rocan 5 1 76

Polyvalente Tournesol School (Windsor, Quebec)

Rocan 2986 Poulin, M. Remy

MNA de Chauveau Rocan 27 1

Precieux Sang !'ecole, Grade 9 (St. Boniface)

Rocan 1 1 9 1 Prince Edward School, Grade 6

( Rossmere) Rocan 5 1 1 3

Princess Elizabeth School, Grade 5 (Minnedosa)

Rocan 1 967 Princess Patricia Canadian Light

Infantry (Tuxedo) Rocan 5274

R.D. Parker Collegiate, Grades 1 0- 1 1 (Thompson)

Rocan 92 Ramah Hebrew School, Grade 5

(Tuxedo) Rocan 243 1

Red River Community College (Inkster)

Rocan 33 River Heights School, Grade 8

(Brandon West) Rocan 726

Riverside School, Grade 7 (Thompson)

Rocan 932 Robert H . Smith School, Grade 5

( River Heights) Rocan 33, 8 1 2

Robert H . Smith School, Grade 6 ( River Heights)

Rocan 778 Robertson, Carol

Executive Director Manitoba Society of Seniors

Rocan 865 Robertson School, Grades 3-4

(Burrows)

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Introduction of Guests-Cont. Rocan 970

Robinson, Svend M.P. (Burnaby-Kingsway)

Rocan 60 1 0 Rock Lake School, Grades 7-8

(Turtle Mountain) Rocan 241

Rosenort School, Grades I 0- 1 1 ( Morris)

Rocan 468 Rossburn Elementary School, Grade 8

( Roblin-Russell) Rocan 5962

St. Adolphe School, Grade 9 (Emerson)

Rocan 1 684 St. Alphonsus School, Grade 5

(Elmwood) Rocan 970

St. Eustache School, Grade 6 ( Lakeside)

Rocan 4594 St. Francois Xavier School, Grades 4-5

(Lakeside) Rocan 778

St. George School, Grade 9 (St. Vital)

Rocan 338 1 St . Matthew Elementary School

(Saskatchewan) Rocan 8 1 2

St. Pierre School, Grade 5 (Emerson)

Rocan 27 1 Ste. Rose Collegiate, Grade 9

(Ste. Rose) Rocan 3543

St. Theresa Point, Grade 6 ( Rupertsland)

Rocan 4594 Scott Bateman Junior High, Grades 7-8

(The Pas) Rocan 1 777

Schweiger, Helmut Director Policy and Program Planning Higher Education Co-ordinating Board ( Minnesota)

Rocan 65 1 Shaughnessy Park School, Grade 4

( Inkster) Rocan 726

Shaw, George President of Legislative Council and Member (Macquarie, Tasmania, Australia )

Rocan 203 Shoal Lake School, Grades 8- 1 2

(Virden) Rocan 27 1

Sir William Osler School, Grade 6 (Tuxedo)

Rocan 3848

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132

Introduction of Guests-Cont. Smith, Bud

Attorney General (British Columbia) Rocan 5633

Souris School, Grade 5 (Arthur)

Rocan 377 Southwood Elementary School, Grades 5-8

(Rhineland) Rocan 8 1 2

Spring Christian Academy, Grade 9 (St. Vital)

Rocan 4430 Springfield Junior High, Grades 7-8

(Springfield) Rocan 778

Stevenson, Chief Louis Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

Rocan 3 1 0 Sutherland, William

Lieutenant-Colonel (Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry)

Rocan 4860 Swanson, Kathryn

Department of Public Safety ( Minnesota)

Rocan 726 Teulon Collegiate, Grade 6

(Gimli) Rocan 3848

Teulon Collegiate, Grades 9- 1 1 (Gimli)

Rocan 2278 Teulon Collegiate, Grades 9- 1 2

(Gimli) Rocan 4494-5

Torah Academy, Grade 5 (Tuxedo)

Rocan 5089 Toupin, Rene

Former M LA (Springfield) Rocan 5962

Transcona Collegiate Institute, Grade 9 (Transcona)

Rocan 38 1 3 University of Manitoba

Political study students (Fort Garry) Rocan 5089

University of South Dakota students Rocan 5346

Uskiw. Sam Former M LA (Lac du Bonnet)

Rocan 229 1 Valley Gardens Junior High, Grades 7-9

(Concordia) Rocan 1 292

Varennes Immersion School, Grade 6 (St. Vital)

Rocan 65 1 Victor Wyatt School, Grade 5

( Riel) Rocan 1 378

Viscount Alexander School, Grade 3

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Introduction of Guests-Cont. ( Fort Garry)

Rocan 5974 Wabowden School, Grade 5

(Fiin Flon) Rocan 560

Wellington School, Grade 6 (Ellice)

Rocan 865 West St. Paul School, Grades 7-9

(Selkirk) Rocan 778

Westbury, June Former M LA ( Fort Rouge)

Rocan 1 609 Wilmot, Laurence

President Creative Retirement Manitoba Rocan 865

Windsor School, Grade 9 (St. Vital)

Rocan 673 Winnipeg Beach School, Grade 6

(Gimli) Rocan 303

Woodlands Colony School, Grades 1 -8 ( Lakeside)

Rocan 8 1 2

lnfestment Canada Varta Batteries

Doer 5540; Ernst 5540

Irrigation report Tabling request

Charles 2074; Enns 2074

Job Training Adfisory Committee Non-profit organizations

Derkach 680; L.S. Evans 680

Job Training for Tomorrow Program Funding

Carstairs 449; Manness 449 Statistics

Derkach 680; L.S. Evans 680

JOHNSON, Hon. Dr. George (Lieutenant-Governor of the Profince

of Manitoba) Bills (Royal Assent)

Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 99) 5958

Certified General Accountants Act (Bill 95) 5958

Child and Family Services Amendment Act (Bill 30) 1 03 1

City o f Winnipeg Amendment Act (2) (Bill 6 1 ) 5957

City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (3) (Bill 62) 5957

Civil Service Superannuation Amendment Act (Bill 80) 5957

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (3) (Bill 63) 5957

Court of Appeal Amendment Act

Hansard Index

133

JOHNSON, Hon. Dr. George-Cont. (Bill 68) 5836

Dangerous Goods Handling and Transportation Amendment Act (Bill 82) 5836

Dependants Relief Act (Bill 4 7) 5957

Ecological Reserves Amendment Act (Bill 33) 4079

Education Administration Amendment Act (Bill 60) 5957

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I ) 9 1 3

Endangered Species Act (Bill 8) 5957

Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act (Bill 53) 3803

Environment Amendment Act (Bill 8 1 ) 5836

Family Maintenance Amendment Act (Bill 52) 5957

Fatality Inquiries Act (Bill 65) 5836

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27) 3803

Forest Amendment Act (Bill 9) 5957

Ground Water and Water Well Amendment Act (Bill 1 9) 5836

Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to Protect the (Bill 1 6) 5957

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Bill 3) I 03 1

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (5) (Bill 54) 1 993

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (6) (Bill 73) 5957

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (7) (Bill 74) 5957

Human Tissue Amendment Act (Bill 39) 5836

Insurance Amendment Act (Bill 75) 5957

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29) I 03 1

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2) (Bill 90) 4079

International Sale of Goods Act (Bill 7) 4079

Intestate Succession and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 48) 5957

Land Surveyors Amendment Act (Bill 40) 5836

Law Reform Commission Act (Bill 6) 5836

Law Society Amendment Act (Bill 69) 5836

Law Society Amendment Act (2) (Bill 7 1 ) 5836

Legislative Assembly Management Commission Amendment Act (Bill 1 2)

4079

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JOHNSON, Hon. Dr. George-Cont. Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

3650 Manitoba Data Services Disposition and

Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 98) 5958

Manitoba Energy Foundation Repeal Act (Bil l 92) 5958

Marital Property Amendment Act (Bill 5 1 ) 5957

Municipal Assessment and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 79) 4282

Ozone Depleting Substances Act ( Bill 83) 5836

Pension Benefits Amendment Act ( Bill 57) 5957

Physically Disabled Persons Parking Act ( Bill 88) 5958

Prearranged Funeral Services Amendment Act ( Bill 78) 5957

Professional Home Economists Act (Bill 1 04) 5958

Provincial Court Amendment Act (Bil l 70) 5836

Public Health Amendment Act ( Bill 9 1 ) 5958

Public Inquiry into the Administration of Justice and Aboriginal People, An Act to establish and validate the ( Bil l 28) 596

Public Schools Amendment Act (Bill 59) 5957

Real Estate Brokers Amendment Act (Bil l 76) 4079

Roman Catholic Archiepiscopal Corporation of Winnipeg and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Winnipeg, An Act to amend An Act respecting the (Bill 96) 5958

Securities Amendment Act (Bill 72) 5957

Social Allowances Amendment Act (Bill 67) 4079

Statute Law Amendment Act, 1 990 (Bill 1 02) 5958

Statute Law Amendment ( Re-enacted Statutes) Act, 1 990 (Bill 103) 5958

Statute Law Amendment (Taxation) Act, 1 989 ( Bill 86) 3650

Statute Re-enactment and By-law Validation ( Municipal) Act (Bill 1 0 1 ) 5958

Statute Re-enactment and By-law Validation (Winnipeg) Act (Bill 38) 4079

Summary Convictions Amendment Act (Bill 66) 5836

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bil l 1 00) 5958

United Health Services Corporation, An Act to Amend An Act to Incorporate (Bill 89) 5837

Hansard Index

134

JOHNSON, Hon. Dr. George-Cont. Victoria Beach By-law Validation Act,

The Rural Municipality of (Bil l 1 06) 5958

Waste Reduction and Prevention and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 84) 5957

Wildlife Amendment Act (Bill 35) 5836

Wills Amendment Act (Bill 50) 5957

Workers Compensation Amendment Act ( Bill 46) 1 600

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (2) (Bill 56) 5957

Throne Speech Cultural Heritage 4 Economic Outlook 2 Education 4-5 Environmental Protection 2-3 Equality For All 5 Estimates and Public Accounts 7 Family Services 6 Federal/Provincial Relations 7 Fiscal Improvements 1 -2 Future Development 7 Health Care 5-6 Justice and Reform 6-7 Northern Manitoba 3-4 Rural Development 3 Social Priorities 5 Urban Affairs 4

Johnston, Lyndon World Figure Skating Champion

Findlay 5 1 59

Judicial system Appointments

Provincial judges Edwards 35; McCrae 35

Queen's Counsel Edwards 35; McCrae 35

Gender bias McCrae 677; Wasylycia-Leis 677

Native women bias McCrae 677-8; Wasylycia-Leis 677

Sentence consistency McCrae 677; Wasylycia-Leis 677

Justice, Department of French language services

Edwards 3422; McCrae 3422 Toll free services

McCrae 288 1 ; Storie 288 1

Justice (Supply) Opening Remarks

McCrae 5053-4, 5057 Response

Edwards 5054-6 Hemphill 5056-7

Administration and Finance Executive Support

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Justice (Supply)-Cont. Salaries

Edwards 5057-8; McCrae 5057-8

Keewatin Community College Affirmative action

Derkach 1 1 93; Rose 1 1 93 Staff reductions

Derkach 1 1 93; Rose 1 1 93

Keewatin Tribal Council Tax exemptions

Penner 474; Roch 474

Kinder-Care See Mini-Skool

King Task Force Recommendations

Ashton 450- 1 ; Connery 450- 1 , 679-80; Patterson 679

Kinsmen Clubs 70th anniversary

Helwer 5582

Kitchen Craft Expansion

Filmon 553

Klinic Community Health Centre Capital funding

Ashton 1 783; Orchard 1 783 New facilities

Alcock 344; Cheema 1 347; Manness 344; Orchard 1 347

KOZAK, Richard (LIB, Transcona) Agriculture (Supply)

Administration and Finance Personnel Services

Salaries 846 Appropriation Act, 1 989

( Bill 99) 2r 57 10-4

Budget Debate 368-7 1

Certified General Accountants Act (Bill 95)

2r 5 1 50- 1 Consumer Protection Amendment Act

(Bill 22) 2r 4 1 85-6, 4386

Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply) Administration and Finance

Executive Support Salaries 2567

Finance and Management Services Salaries 2569-70, 2593-6

Minister's Salary 2773-4, 2805- 1 2, 28 1 5-7

Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Programs)

Community Places Program 2766-7 Executive Administration

Salaries 2599-2600 Grants to Cultural Organizations

Hansard Index

135

KOZAK, Richard (LIB, Transcona)-Cont. 2604-6

Documents Tabled Free Trade Agreement

Remarks by J. Lafale, Chair of the House of Representatives Committee on Small Business

3 1 68 Economic Development, Standing Committee

1 st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; Referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 193-6; 4252-4

Education and Training (Supply) Universities Grants Commission

Salaries 5029-30 Environment (Supply)

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 3620- 1 Family Services (Supply)

Community Social Services Operations

Salaries 4 1 70, 4 1 73-4 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

(Bill 27) 2r 879-80; c;w 3664-9, 3672

Grievance, Matter of Fiscal policies

Federal/Provincial conflict 2009- 1 4 Health (Supply)

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 1 940-1 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (4)

(Bill 4 1 ) 2 r 5082-3

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Planning and Design and Land Surveys

Planning and Design Salaries and Wages 1 232

I ndustry, Trade and Tourism (Supply) Administration and Finance

Fitness Directorate Other Expenditures 4532-4

Salaries 453 1 Insurance Amendment Act (Bill 75)

2r 4664-6 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bill 90) 2r 3970-5; c;w 4037, 407 1 -3

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 1 337-8 Loan Act, 1 989

(Bill 34) 2r 2478-82

Non-Political Statements Edwards, Duane

1 990 Labatt Tankard Provincial Men's

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KOZAK, Richard (LIB, Transcona)-Cont. Curling Championship team 5 1 76

Manitoba Winter Games 5788 Uniroyal Goodrich World Junior Curling

Championships 5827 Oral Questions

Credit unions Government financial liability 4600 Loan loss reserves 4600

Crystal Casino Betting limit 1 382 Opening delay 1 38 1

East European trade Business opportunities 5844-5

Free Trade Agreement Government support criteria 3 1 68, 3221 Subsidy negotiations 3 1 68, 322 1

Deadline 3 1 67-8 Trade Minister's preparation 322 1

Goods and services tax Economic theory 1 9 1 6-7 Free Trade Agreement violation 1 9 1 6 Impact lotteries 1 382

Lottery revenues Distribution policy 37 Profit decline 38

Manitoba Health Services Commission Physician assessments 2283-4

Petitions Pornographic material

Adult-only video store restrictions 5838; ruled in order 5878

Points of Order P /0 by Ashton respecting reference to

absence of Member (Connery) 3 1 39-40; Cowan 3 1 40; taken under advisement (Kozak) 3 1 40; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

P /0 by Ashton respecting alleged reflection upon the Chair (Connery) 3 1 40; McCrae 3 1 4 1 ; previously taken under advisement

( Kozak) 3 1 4 1 Private Members' Business

Resolutions Pharmacard system

Implementation 1 257 Urban Commercial Districts 5723-5

Rural Development (Supply) Administration and Finance

Brandon Office Salaries 1 729-30, 1 73 1 -2

Surface Rights Board Other Expenditures 2040

Statute Law Amendment (Taxation) Act, 1 989 (Bill 86)

c;w 3638-40, 364 1 , 3644-6 Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989

( Bill 1 00) 2r 5759-62

Hansard Index

1 36

KOZAK, Richard (LIB, Transcona)-Cont. Unfair Business Practices Act

(Bill 2 1 ) 2 r 3 2 1 5, 3538-9

United Health Services Corporation, An Act to amend an Act to Incorporate (Bill 89)

2r 4382-3 Urban Affairs (Supply)

Financial Assistance - City of Winnipeg Current Programs Grant 2 1 85-6

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba 5472-3 Goods and services tax

Effects on Manitoba 1 048-9 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Intervention to prevent closure 2265-6 VIA Rail cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 4324-5

LERA See Law Enforcement Review Agency

Laboratory Centre for Disease Control Construction delay

Carr 5 5 1 4-5; Filmon 5 5 1 4-5 Environmental impact study

Doer 261 2-3, 3 1 24; Cummings 26 1 3, 3 1 25-6; Filmon 3 1 24-5

Funding Carr 1 660; Orchard 1 660

Government support Carr 333 1 ; Filmon 333 1 - 2

Lobby efforts Carr 26 1 2, 3332; Filmon 26 1 2, 3332

Municipal Works Yard Air sampling

Ducharme 1 972; Taylor 1 972 Relocation

Ducharme 1 972; Taylor 1 972 Provincial capital funding

Carr 3332; Filmon 3332 Opening date

Doer 55 1 5; Filmon 55 1 5 Site guarantee

Carr 1 660- 1 ; Orchard 1 66 1 Site selection

Carr 1 2 1 1 -2, 1 66 1 , 1 9 1 4-6, 1 973-4, 2052-3, 26 1 2; Ducharme 1 2 1 1 -2, 1 66 1 , 2052, 26 1 2; Filmon 1 9 1 4-6, 1 973-4, 2052-3

Labour Adjustment Branch Funding

Edwards 452; Hammond 452 Initiatives

Edwards 453; Hammond 452

Labour adjustment strategy Federal consultations

Carr 1 1 96; Hammond I 1 96 Government initiatives

Carstairs 3632; Ernst 3632

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Labour adjustment strategy-Cont. Industry analysis

Edwards 1 969; Hammond I 969

Labour Education Centre Funding

Hammond 4085; Harapiak 4085

Labour Management Review Committee Transportation provision

Ashton 1 1 94-5; Hammond I 1 95

Labour, Minister of See Privilege, Matters of

Labour Relations Amendment Act (Bill 31)

I r Hammond 673; 2r Ashton 4402-8; Cowan 5 1 28-43, 5 1 62-74, 5 1 85-208, 52 1 6-33, 5242-9; Doer 2454-8, 3 1 30- 1 ; Edwards 1 432-4; L.S. Evans 4506-7, 4653-8; Hammond I 1 30- 1 ; Harapiak 47 1 4-9; Hemphill 5 1 22-7; Maloway 5066-7 1 ; Patterson 1 753-6; Plohman 5098-5 1 04; Storie 4868-74; Uruski 4955-9; Wasylycia-Leis 386 1 -5; (Hoist Motion) Ashton 5347-56; Doer 5253-9; L.S. Evans 53 1 5-20; Harapiak 5259-63; Harper 5250-3; Hemphill 5320-6; Maloway 53 1 0-5; Plohman 5293-9; Storie 5282-7; Uruski 5287-9 1 ; Wasylycia-Leis 5326-9, 5346-7; R/S 5939

Labour skills training Initiatives

Carstairs 449; Derkach 2245; H. Driedger 2245; Filmon 449-50

Program implementation Doer 2820; Filmon 2820

Funding Carstairs 3329; Filmon 3329

Strategy Carstairs 3328, 3632; Derkach 3632; Filmon 3328-9

Labour (Supply) Opening Remarks

Hammond 4343-5 Response

Ashton 4348-50 Edwards 4345-8

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries Edwards 4350; Hammond 4350

Minister's Salary Ashton 4752-3; Gray 475 1 -2; Hammond 475 1

Research and Planning Salaries

Ashton 4352-4; Edwards 4350-2, 4354-5;

Hansard Index

137

Labour (Supply}-Cont. Hammond 4350-5

Labour Apprenticeship and Training

Salaries Ashton 4569-7 1 ; Cowan 457 1 -4; Hammond 4569-74

Employment Standards Salaries

Ashton 4564-7; Edwards 4562-4; Hammond 4562-7

Fire Prevention Engineering and Technical Services

Edwards 4562; Hammond 4562 Salaries

Ashton 4362; Edwards 4360-2; Hammond 4360-2

Grants Ashton 457 5-6; Edwards 4576-7, 4689-92; Hammond 4575-7, 4689-92

Labour Adjustment Salaries

Cowan 4739-45; Edwards 4735-8; Hammond 4739-45

Manitoba Labour Board Other Expenditures

Edwards 4569; Hammond 4569 Salaries

Ashton 4568; Edwards 4567-8; Hammond 4567-8

Mechanical and Engineering Salaries

Ashton 4356-9; Edwards 4355-6; Hammond 4355-9

Pay Equity Salaries

Edwards 4692; Gray 4694-5; Hammond 4692-8; Wasylycia-Leis 4692-4, 4695-8

Pension Commission Other Expenditures

Edwards 4575; Hammond 4575 Salaries

Ashton 4574; Cowan 4574-5; Edwards 4574; Hammond 4574-5

Workplace and Worker Services Worker Advisor Office

Salaries Hammond 475 1 ; Harapiak 475 1

Workplace Safety and Health Salaries

Edwards 4745-9; Hammond 4746-5 1 ; Harapiak 4749-5 1

Ladco Land Development Deal Agreement details

Ducharme 3600- 1 , 3603-4; Lamoureux 3600- 1 , 3602-4

Announcement Cowan 90; Ducharme 90; Lamoureux 90

Cash distribution Carstairs 303; Ducharme 303-4

Cost factor

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Ladco Land Delelopment Deal-Cont. Cowan 96; Ducharme 96

Educational facilities Derkach 1 30; Yeo 1 30

Finalization date Carstairs 242; Cowan 1 56; Ducharme 242; Filmon 1 56

Housing costs Cowan 3605-6; Ducharme 3605-6

Nelson River Construction Carstairs 242; Ducharme 242

Proposals Carstairs 24 1 -2; Cowan 275-6; Ducharme 1 3 1 , 242, 276, 3597-3600; Filmon 206; Lamoureux 1 3 1 , 206, 3597- 3600

Guidelines Ducharme 327; Lamoureux 327

Tabling request Carstairs 242, 304; Ducharme 242, 304-5, 327; Filmon 206; Lamoureux 206, 326-7

Risk factor Lamoureux 583

Social housing program Cowan 3606-8; Ducharme 1 3 1 , 3606-8; Lamoureux 1 3 1

Start-up date Carstairs 304; Ducharme 304

Viability Cowan 1 296; Ducharme 1 296-7

LAMOUREUX, Kelin (LIB, Inkster) Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) 2r 5634-7, 566 1 -4

Beverage Container Act (Bill 1 0)

2r 4639-4 1 Budget Debate

582-4 Cemeteries Amendment Act

(Bill 77) 2r 4964

Constitution Amendment, 1 987 6040-2

Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply) Culture, Heritage and Recreation ( Programs)

Manitoba I ntercultural Council 2764-5 Documents Tabled

Non-profit housing Schedule to Order-in-Council, Hansard extract

1 784 Economic Development, Standing Committee

1 st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; 1 573-4; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 93-6;

Hansard Index

138

LAMOUREUX, Kelin (LIB, lnkster)--Cont. 42 1 9-23, 423 1

Education Administration Amendment Act (Bill 60)

2r 4502-3 Education and Training (Supply)

Expenditures Related to Capital Acquisition/Construction of Physical Assets 5063

Employment Standards Amendment Act (Bill 1 7)

2r 3380, 3627-9 Environment (Supply)

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 3324-5 Environment Amendment Act

(Bill 8 1 ) 2r 4890-2

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bil l 27)

2r 2662-4 Grievance, Matter of

Education, Minister of Allegations of inaction 4904-9

Health (Supply) Community Health Services (Programs)

Continuing Care External Agencies 2755-6

Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to Protect the (Bill 1 6)

2r 4389-90 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) 2r 287 1 -2

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Administration and Finance

Minister's Salary 1 7 1 3-4 Housing (Supply)

Opening Remarks (Ducharme) 3495-6

Response (Cowan) 3500-5 3496-3500

General Administration Communications

Salaries 3679 Executive Support

Salaries 3505-7, 3509- 1 1 , 35 1 4-5, 3597-3604, 3608- 1 0

Grants and Subsidies 373 1 -3, 3736-7, 3740- 1

Operations Client Services

Salaries 3682-3 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) 2r 944

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2) (Bill 90)

2r 3975-8; c;w 4050-2 International Sale of Goods Act

(Bill 7)

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LAMOUREUX, Kevin (LIB, lnkster}-Conl. 2r 3890- 1

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

I r 90- 1 ; 2r 856-8; Ruled out of order 4 1 79-80

Law Society Amendment Act ( 2) (Bill 7 1 )

2 r 3954-5 Manitoba Energy Foundation Repeal Act

(Bill 92) 2r 440 1 -2

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act ( Bill 1 3)

2r 4 1 80-2 Ministerial Statements

Ladco Land Development Deal Response 90

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 20)

2r 3629-30 Non-Political Statements

Espineli, Sally Return to Canada 54 1 9

Filipino national baseball team Exhibition game 67 1 -2

Philippine Heritage Week 455 Oral Questions

Bill No. 42 Consultations 5689, 5752 Government support 5688-9 Passage 5752-3 Withdrawal 5752

Biomedical waste Disposal 5538 Safety standards 5538

Budget l nfill housing commitment 306

Co-operative housing Loan approvals 5823 Program reductions 1 844, 1 866-7

Critical Home Repair Program Reimplementation 1 0 1 1

Dacquay, Louise Policy Advisor appointment 4 1 40- 1

Educational facilities Inkster constituency 4903

Goods and services tax Impact Ladco land deal 3425

Housing, Minister of Apology request 306

Housing programs Funding 3446

Housing starts decline Impact Ladco land deal 3424-5

Infill housing program Construction schedule 4066 Federal Minister's involvement 2243 Fiscal projections 4066 Statistics 1 32, 306, 2242-3, 5823

Ladco land development deal Mixed housing program 1 32 Proposals 1 32, 206

Hansard Index

1 39

LAMOUREUX, Kevin (LIB, lnkster}-Cont. Guidelines 327 Tabling request 206, 326-7

Land development Proposal calls 1 296

Library closures Government position 5 1 20

Low-income housing Indexing 3445 Landlord monitoring 3445 Subsidy reductions 656-7, 1 784

Meadows West Low-income housing 5823

Non-profit housing CMHC subsidy cuts 977 Funding 977 Proposal calls 977, 1 0 1 1

Residential Rehabilitation Program Delays 1 0 1 1

Seniors' housing Building safety 3729

Seniors' Transport Service Expansion 5345

Shelter allowances Cost-of-living increase 1 843, 22 1 0 Funding 1 844, 221 0

Sister-Rosser Committee Meeting request 4903-4

Workers Compensation Board Claim delays 890- 1

Points of Order P fO by Cowan respecting reflections

on past proceedings of the House ( Lamoureux) 5636; Angus 5636; ruled in order 5636; Member cautioned 5636

P/0 by Ducharme respecting unparliamentary language 2975; Lamoureux 2975; taken under advisement

(Gilleshammer) 2975; ruled out of order 3388

P /0 by Lamoureux respecting words "Sit down, boy" (Orchard) referencing Cheema 896; Doer 896; Orchard 896; Members cautioned ( Minenko) 896; apology submitted (Orchard) 901 ; apology accepted (Cheema) 903

P/0 by Lamoureux respecting debate adjournment Motion 1 340; Motion ruled out of order 1 340

P /0 by Lamoureux respecting Ministers answering questions not taken as notice 3820; Ducharme 3820- 1 ; taken under advisement 382 1 ; ruled in order 5920

P /0 by Lamoureux respecting relevancy of debate (Ashton) 5640; ruled in order 5640; Member cautioned 5640

P/0 by Manness respecting relevancy of debate ( Lamoureux) 5795-6;

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LAMOUREUX, Kefin (LIB, lnkster)-Cont. ruled in order 5796; Member cautioned 5796

P fO by Plohman respecting reference to absence of Member (Lamoureux) 1 389; ruled in order (Chornopyski) 1 389; withdrawal requested 1 389; withdrawn (Lamoureux) 1 389

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 5 1 1 1 -2, 5637-8

Resolutions Health Ombudsman 4 1 1 3-4 Immigration and Human Rights 3462-4 Obstetrical Centres, establishment

5387-9 School Division Boundary Review 2778-9 Selkirk Landing Project 50 1 3-4

Public Health Amendment Act (Bill 9 1 )

2 r 4946-7, 5084-5 Residential Tenancies Act

(Bill 42) 2r 2063-7

Seniors Directorate (Supply) 2370- 1 , 24 1 9

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 1 00)

2r 5794-8 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 909- 1 0

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 074-5

Housing conditions in Manitoba 5829, 5835-6

V IA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4294, 4334-5

Workers Compensation Amendment Act (2) (Bill 56)

2r 5588-90

Land defelopment Legislation

Doer 2239; Ducharme 2239 Proposal calls

Ducharme 1 296; Lamoureux 1 296

Land Surveyors Amendment Act (Bill 40)

I r Man ness 1 1 56; 2r Edwards 2980- 1 ; Harapiak 507 1 -6; McCrae 1 368; Minenko 2976-80; Uruski 2979-80; R/S McCrae 5789; 3r 5790; R/ A 5836

Land Titles Office Delays

Gilleshammer 605; McCrae 605

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

I r Lamoureux 90- 1 ; 2r Ashton 1 1 85-8; Carr 858-60; Cowan 31 1 6-9; Cummings 1 569-70, 1 650;

Hansard Index

1 40

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)-Cont.

Downey 1 565-8; Ducharme 1 1 8 1 -4; Edwards 1 827-9; Enns 1 4 1 9-2 1 ; Gaudry 1 7 34-5; Gray 3 1 1 4-6; Helwer 1 4 1 6-8; Kozak 1 337-8; Lamoureux 856-8; Mandrake 1 568-9; Minenko 1 732-4; Neufeld 1 4 1 5-6; Pankratz 1 1 88-9, 1 4 1 4-5; Praznik 1 4 1 8-9; Rose 1 1 84-5; Storie 2 1 97-9; Yeo 1 564; Ruled out of order 4 1 79-80

Lange, Cindy Charles 27 36

Laureate Academy Funding

Derkach 273; Storie 273

Law Amendments, Committee on 1 st Report

Helwer 1 006 2nd Report

Burrell 3980 3rd Report

Burrell 4059 4th Report

Pankratz 5273 5th Report

Pankratz 5694-6 6th Report

Pankratz 5780- 1 7th Report

Pankratz 5878-8 1 8th Report

Pankratz 5934-6

Law Enforcement Refiew Agency Reform

Edwards 1 57; McCrae 1 57 Winnipeg Police Association

Edwards 1 56; McCrae 1 56

Law Reform Commission Act (Bill 6)

I r McCrae 52; 2r Edwards 1 356-8; L.S. Evans 1 760-4; McCrae 670- 1 ; Storie 2491 -5; R/S McCrae 5789; 3r 5790; R/ A 5836

Law Society Amendment Act (Bill 69)

I r McCrae 2002; 2r Edwards 4409- 1 1 ; McCrae 2526; R/S McCrae 5790; 3r 5790; R/A 5836

Law Society Amendment Act (2) (Bill 71 )

I r McCrae 205 1 ; 2r Ashton 3952-4; Cowan 3997-4000; Edwards 3992-7; Harapiak 3952; Lamoureux 3954-5; Maloway 395 1 -2; McCrae 2973; Storie 4000- 1 ; R/S McCrae 5790; 3r 5790; R/ A 5836

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Lee, Louis See Gloria School - Hong Kong

Legal Aid Funding

Gray 537

Legislation (Supply) 5064

Legislative Assembly Amendment Act (Bill 105)

I r Filmon 5838

Legislative Assembly Management Commission Amendment Act (Bill 1 2)

I r Filmon 24 1 ; 2r Ashton 3948-9; L.E. Evans 1 356; McCrae 1 356, 3950; R/S McCrae 4069; 3r 4078; R/ A 4079

Legislative Building Heritage site designation

Mitchelson 1 8

Legislative Library Act Violation

L.S. Evans 3853; Manness 3853

Library closures Opposition

Doer 4902-3; Ducharme 4902-3

Licensed Practical Nursing Day Hemphill 2972; Mitchelson 2973; Yeo 2972

Limestone Employment Training Centre Reimplementation

Neufeld 247 1 ; Storie 247 1

Liquor Control Amendment Act (Bill 14)

I r Angus 1 424

Literacy programs Funding

Derkach 1 383; Oleson 1 346; Storie 1 346

Seniors' needs Carr 1 0 1 2-3; Derkach 1 0 1 3; Downey 1 0 1 3

Livestock industry Feeder cattle figures

L.E. Evans 385 1 ; Findlay 385 1 Subsidies

L.E. Evans 2238, 3852; Findlay 2238, 3852

Loan Act, 1989 (Bill 34)

I r Man ness 1 856; 2r Alcock 3401 -6; Ashton 2482-8; Cheema 1857-9; Cowan 3425-30; Doer 3456-62, 3470; L.S. Evans 2068-72, 2294-5; Harapiak 3448-54; Harper 3 1 32-6; Hemphill 3550-5; Kozak 2478-82; Maloway 3476-8 1 ; Mandrake 3454-6; Manness 1 857, 3555; Minenko 3400- 1 ; Plohman 3470-6; Storie 2888-94;

Hansard Index

141

Loan Act, 1989 (Bill 34)---Cont.

Uruski 2295-8, 2476-8; Wasylycia-Leis 3395-3400; CjW Alcock 3570- 1 , 3647; Cowan 3571 -2; Ernst 3646-8; L.S. Evans 3569-70, 3648-9; Manness 3566-72, 3646-9; Minenko 3566-9, 3646-8; 3r 3639; R/ A 3650

Loewen Windows Expansion

Filmon 553

Lord Roberts Elementary School Mainstreaming

Alcock 267

Lottery revenues Distribution policy

Kozak 37-8; Mitchelson 37-8 Funding, rural

M itchelson 59; Roch 59 Profit decline

Kozak 38; M itchelson 38

Louis Riel Library Opening

Ducharme 1 386

Louis Riel Park Development

Ducharme 262

Lynn Lake, Manitoba Compensation

Cowan 29 1 8; Neufeld 29 1 8 Essential service maintenance

Doer 3726; Penner 3726 Mining proposal

Neufeld 1 1 60; Storie 1 1 60 M inister's meeting

Cowan 2243, 2283; Neufeld 2243, 2283, 2385; Storie 2385

Mobility Assistance Program Cowan 3779; Neufeld 3779; Filmon 3779

Property equity protection Cowan 29 1 8 ; Neufeld 29 1 8

LynnGold Resources Inc. Bankruptcy

Cowan 29 18, 4 1 52-6; Neufeld 29 1 8-9, 4 1 52-5

Closure Cowan 22 1 2; Neufeld 22 1 2-3

Creditors meeting Cowan 4 1 40; Neufeld 4 1 40

Employees Benefits

Cowan 4 1 40; Hammond 4 1 40 Statement of claim

Edwards 3724; Hammond 3724 Government proposal

Neufeld 2309; Storie 2308-9

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LynnGold Resources Inc.-Cont. Mineral claims licensing

Doer 3725-6; Neufeld 3725 Mining Reserve Fund

Edwards 5687, 5888; Hammond 5888; Neufeld 5687

Negotiations Angus 2380; Cowan 2382-3, 2473, 25 1 1 -2, 3203-7; Filmon 2473, 25 1 1 -2, 2735; Neufeld 2380, 2383, 3203-4; Storie 2735

Payment of wages Cowan 22 1 3; Hammond 22 1 3

Pensions Cowan 4574-5; Neufeld 4574-5

Premier's intervention Angus 2380; Cowan 2474; Filmon 2380, 2474

Severance pay Cowan 4070, 4073-4, 4 1 40; Doer 3725; Edwards 3723-4; 3730, 3777; 5238, 5687; Hammond 4070, 4073-4; 5238, 5687; Neufeld 3723-4, 3725, 3730- 1 , 3777, 4 1 40

Legal opinion Edwards 5687; Neufeld 5687

Worker co-operative analysis Connery 2283; Cowan 2283

UIC benefits Edwards 5237; Hammond 5237; Neufeld 5 1 83; Storie 5 1 82-3

See also Energy and Mines (Supply) - Mineral Resources; POWA Agreement; Privilege, Matters of; Urgent Public Importance,

Matter of

Lynn Lake, Manitoba Compensation

Edwards 3875; Hammond 3875;

MCALC See Manitoba Computer Assisted Learning

Consortium

MHRC See Manitoba Housing and Renewal Corporation

MPIC See Manitoba Public Insurance Corp.

MTS See Manitoba Telephone System

Machray Day Care Centre Premier invitation

Filmon 1 037-8; Wasylycia-Leis 1 037-8

Maintenance agreements Reciprocal enforcement

Edwards 3 1 27; McCrae 3 1 27

MALOWAY, Jim (NDP, Elmwood) Budget Debate

539-44 Business Names Registration Amendment

Act (Bill 24)

142

MALOWAY, Jim (NDP, Elmwood}-Conl. I r 342; 2r 1 959-61

Business Practices Act (Bill 64)

2r 3 1 46-5 1 Cemeteries Amendment Act

(Bil l 77) 2r 4960-4

City of Winnipeg Amendment Act (Bill 32)

3r 252 1 Constitution Amendment, 1 987

6034-6 Consumer Protection Amendment Act

(Bil l 22) I r 342; 2r 860- 1

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (2) (Bill 23)

l r 342; 2r 86 1 -2, 1 65 1 -2 Consumer Protection Amendment Act (3)

(Bill 63) 2r 2656-6 1

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (4) (Bill 94)

l r 439 1 ; 2r 5778 Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)

Administration and Finance Minister's Salary 30 1 5-23, 3028-3 1

Co-operative/Credit Union Development Salaries 30 1 4-5

Corporations Amendment Act ( Bill 25)

l r 377 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

(Bill 27) 2r 1 676-9, 1 75 1 -3

Franchises Act (Bill 93)

I r 4224 Highway Traffic Amendment Act

(Bill 3) 2r 692-5

Labour Relations Amendment Act (Bill 3 1 )

2r 5066-7 1 ; (Hoist Motion) 5 3 1 0-5 Law Society Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 7 1 ) 2r 395 1 -2

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 3476-8 1 Motor Vehicle Lemon Law Act

(Bill 43) I r 1 378

Motor Vehicle Standards Act (Bill 1 5)

I r 3 1 Non-Political Statements

Consumer Week 1 92 1 -2 Oral Questions

Brick Warehouse Charges 1 526

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MAWWAY, Jim (NDP, Elmwood)-Cont. Consumer bulletin 1 527 Fines levied 1 527

Consumer Protection Act Enforcement 48 1 9

Free Trade Agreement Motor vehicle regulations 1 689

Goods and services tax Application 5 1 1 7 Interest payments 5 1 1 7 Joint collection system 5 1 1 8 Manitoba collection statistics 5 1 1 7-8

RCMP investigations Property seizure 4820

Travel Industry Act Support 1 58 1

Western Sun Vacations Closure 1 58 1

Petitions Business Names Registration Act

Public statement to uphold legislation 4 1 5: ruled out of order 455

Real Estate Brokers Amendment Act (Bill 36)

l r 1 1 1 8 Real Estate Brokers Amendment Act ( 2)

(Bill 76) 2r 3990-2

Real Property Amendment Act (Bill 26)

I r 377; 2r 1 6 54-5 Securities Amendment Act

(Bill 72) 2r 5428-9

Travel Industry Act (Bill 44)

I r 1 424; 2r 5774-6 Unfair Business Practices Act

(Bill 2 1 ) I r 342; 2 r 649-50, 856; ruled out of order 4642

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba 5470-2 Child care crisis

Day care worker walkout 1 890- 1 Goods and services tax

Effects on Manitoba I 07 1 -3 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Intervention to prevent closure 2273-5

Manco Dairies Status

L.E. Evans 1 550; Findlay 1 550

Mandela, Nelson Prison release

Carstairs 5 1 84; Doer 5 1 84; Filmon 5 1 83-4

MANDRAKE, Ed (LIB, Assiniboia) Beverage Container Act

(Bill 10)

Hansard Index

143

MANDRAKE, Ed (LIB, Assiniboia)-Cont. 2r 4638-9

Budget Debate 544-8

Documents Tabled H ighways and Transportation

Churchill, Manitoba Correspondence by parties pertaining to MERC

1 628 Manitoba Environmental Research Ctte.

Developing Churchill's potential 1 628

Off-road vehicles Article respecting accidents in a northern community

2532 VIA Rail cutbacks

Liberal Party submission to federal Liberal task force

1455 Grievance, Matter of

VIA Rail Service cutbacks 1 386-90

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2) (Bil l 4)

l r 884; 2r 1 652 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (4)

(Bill 4 1 ) l r 1 74 1 ; 2r ! 962, 2204-5

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (6) (Bill 73)

2r 4874-5 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (7)

(Bill 74) 2r 4658-61

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Opening Remarks

(A. Driedger) 6 1 3-7 Response

6 1 7-8, 1 224 (Plohman) 6 1 8-2 1

Administration and Finance Administrative Services

Other Expenditures 623 Executive Support

Salaries 622 Minister's Salary

1 7 1 2-3, 1 785, 1 788-90 Occupational Health and Safety

Other Expenditures 625 Personnel Services

Salaries 624 Boards and Committees

Highway Traffic Board Salaries 1 634

Motor Transport Board Other Expenditures 1 6 3 1 Salaries 1 628

Taxicab Board Salaries 1 63 1 -2

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Licensing

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MANDRAKE, Ed (LIB, Assiniboia)---Cont. Other Expenditures 1 544 Salaries 1 540-4

Management Services Other Expenditures 1 535 Salaries 1 529, 1 533-5

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Cost-Sharing Agreement 1 626

Safety Other Expenditures 1 626 Salaries 1 544-6, 1 548, 1 622, 1 625

Transport, Safety and Regulation Other Expenditures 1 627 Salaries 1 626-7

Engineering and Technical Services Government Air and Radio Services

Less: Recoverable 1 39 1 -2 Other Expenditures 1 3 1 9-20

Materials and Research Salaries and Wages 1 3 1 3, 1 3 1 5

Northern Airports Other Expenditures 1 3 1 2

Traffic Operations Salaries and Wages 1 3 1 5-8

Expenditures Related to Capital Acquisition/Construction of Physical Assets

Other Projects 1 694 Northern Development Agreement 1 694

Aid to Cities, Towns and Villages 1 637-8, 1 692

Canada-Manitoba Churchill Agreement 1 697-8' 1 7 1 2

Construction and Upgrading of Provincial Trunk Highways, Provincial Roads and Related Projects

1 635-6 Rural Municipal Bridge Assistance Program

1 693 Work in Local Government Districts and Unorganized Territory

1 692-3 Operations and Maintenance

Bridges and Structures Salaries 752-5

Maintenance Program 625-6, 740-2, 745 Operations and Contracts

Salaries and Wages 749-50, 752 Other Jurisdictions

Less: Recoverable 829 Transport Compliance

Salaries and Wages 823-6, 828 Winter Roads

I 00 percent Provincial 746-9 Shareable with Canada 747

Planning and Design and Land Surveys Planning and Design

Salaries and Wages 829-36, 839-40, i 229-32, 1 233, 1 237-9, 1 264-6, 1 268-78, 1 300-2, 1 304-5, 1 308-9

Transportation Policy and Research

Hansard Index

1 44

MANDRAKE, Ed (LIB, Assiniboia)---Cont. Canada-Manitoba Churchill Agreement

Other Expenditures 1 507-8 Canada-Manitoba Transportation Development Agreement

Other Expenditures 1 509- 1 0 Salaries 1 509

Rural Transportation Grants 1 505-6

Transportation Policy and Research Other Expenditures

1 392-4, 1 398-9, 1 402-3 Salaries

1 454-6, 1 462-3, 1 465, 1 468-72, 1 494-8, 1 503-5

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

2r 984-7 Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act

(Bill 2) 2r 1 568-9

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 3454-6 Ministerial Statements

National Safe Driving Week 34th Annual

Response 341 7 Oral Questions

Baseball park Access road 3 30

CP Rail Lyleton subdivision 4342-3

Highway construction Funding 938

Driver licences, photo identification Charges 5 1 83 Sites 5 1 83 Tenders 5 1 83

Off-Road Vehicles Act Age restrictions 2532 Mandatory helmet amendment 2532 Medical submissions 2532

Port of Churchill Grain shipments 8 1 8

Rail line abandonment Government position 2077 Meeting 4343 Northern route 4343

Red River Exhibition Relocation 330

St. Charles West Control area 3 1 30 Development 3 1 30 Land sale 299 1 -2

Saskatchewan Avenue Development 330

Taxicab Drivers Gilmore Report 3987

Used vehicles Safety

Inspections 5364 Standards 4735, 5363-4

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MANDRAKE, Ed (LIB, Assiniboia)-Cont. VIA Rail

All-party presentation 2077 Federal/Provincial meeting 8 1 8 Manitoba job loss statistics 4270 Usage 8 1 8 Winnipeg-Capreol service 2077

Points of Order P /0 by Mandrake respecting relevancy

of debate (Praznik) 589 1 ; ruled i n order 589 1 ; Member cautioned 5891

P /0 by Manness respecting relevancy of debate (Mandrake) 5756; ruled in order (Chornopyski) 5756; Member cautioned 5756

Private Members' Business Resolutions

VIA Rail 5564-5 Statute Law Amendment (Taxation)

Act, 1 989 (Bill 86) c;w 3642

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989 ( Bill 1 00)

2r 5755-9 Unfair Business Practices Act

( Bill 2 1 ) 2r 4384-6

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Child care crisis

Day care worker walkout 1 889-90 VIA Rail Cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 4298-9

Manfor Committee meeting

Charles 1 1 2 Divestiture

Angus 430; Burrell 42; Carstairs 44; Downey 73; Pankratz 40

Environment Funding

Filmon 1 7; Harapiak 1 7 Hearings

Filmon 1 7; Harapiak 1 6 Impact study

Doer 1 28; Manness 1 28; Filmon 1 5; Taylor 1 5

See also Private Members' Business - Resolutions; Repap Manitoba Inc.

Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corporation Buy-back program

Filmon 3728; Findlay 3820; Uruski 3728, 38 1 9-20;

Cases in arrears L.E. Evans 338 1 ; Findlay 338 1

Foreclosure statistics L.E. Evans 338 1 ; Findlay 338 1

Interest rates Alcock 5340; Manness 5340

See also Agriculture (Supply)

Hansard Index

Manitoba Child Care Association Class action suit

Filmon 3 1 66; Wasylycia-Leis 3 1 66 Meeting request

Carstairs 1 9 1 1 ; Doer 1 426-7, 1 839; Filmon 1 426-7, 1 78 1 -2, 1 837, 1 839, 1 843, 1 9 1 1 , 1 9 1 3 , 2 1 53; Gray 1 837; Oleson 1 6 1 3-4; Wasylycia-Leis 1 6 1 3-4, 1 78 1 -2, 1 843, 1 9 1 3, 2 1 53

Resource Library Gray 1 348; Oleson 1 348-9; Wasylycia-Leis 1 348

Manitoba Computer-Assisted Learning Consortium Distance education

Storie 1 9 1 -2; Yeo 1 80 Funding

Storie 9 1 0- 1 Status

Derkach 4845-6; Storie 4845-6

Manitoba Crop Insurance Corporation Cost sharing

L.E. Evans 529; Findlay 529 See also Agriculture (Supply)

Manitoba Data Services Confidentiality guidelines

Carstairs 92-3; L.S. Evans 4866-7; Manness 93, 4867

Divestiture Carstairs 3 2, 92; L.S. Evans 1 298, 3853, 4866; Manness 32, 92, 1 298, 3853, 4866

Employee notification Angus 59 1 6; Manness 59 1 6

Economic structure L.S. Evans 1 45 1 ; Manness 1 45 1

Freedom of I nformation Act Angus 1 086; Manness 1 086

Obstruction - Finance Minister L.S. Evans 1 745; Manness 1 745-6

Legislative Library Act Manitoba Data Services

L.S. Evans 1 745; Manness 1 745 Violation

Doer 2004-5; L.S. Evans 1 745; Manness 1 745, 2005

Rate structure L.S. Evans 1 45 1 ; Manness 1 45 1

Records security Carstairs 32; Manness 32

Systemhouse proposal Angus 59 1 6; L.S. Evans 1 298, 1 45 1 ; Manness 1 298, 1 45 1 , 59 1 6

Manitoba Data Services Disposition and

145

Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 98) l r Manness 5 1 52; 2r Alcock 5603-5; Angus 5422-6; Ashton 5597-603; L.S. Evans 5486-9 1 ; Manness 5366-7 1 ; Plohman 5541 -5; Storie 552 1-6; Uruski 5593-7; R/S Manness 5942; 3r Angus 5944-5; L.S Evans 5945-6;

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Manitoba Data Services Disposition and-Cont. R/A 5958

Manitoba Developmental Centre Accreditation

Connery 5540 Client numbers

Yeo 1 78 Integration policy

Oleson 3729; Wasylycia-Leis 3729 Readmissions

Oleson 3730; Wasylycia-Leis 3730

Manitoba Eco-Network Inc. Funding

Cummings 3 5 1 5-6, 45 1 5-6, 4598-9; Harapiak 3 5 1 5-6, 45 1 5-6; Taylor 3 5 1 6-7, 4598-9

Manitoba Energy Foundation Repeal Act (Bill 92)

I r Neufeld 3940; 2r Angus 440 1 ; Ashton 5573-4; Enns 5573; Lamoureux 4401 -2; Neufeld 4400- 1 ; Storie 557 1 -3; RjS Manness 5942; 3r 5944; R/ A 5958

Manitoba Export Awards Carstairs 2468; Ernst 2468; L.S. Evans 2468

Manitoba Forestry Resources Ltd. Repap Manitoba Inc.

Sale agreement security Angus 2472; Manness 2473

Manitoba Government Employees' Association All Charities Campaign

Carr 1 1 64; Doer 1 1 64; Mitchelson 1 1 64

Manitoba Hazardous Waste Corporation Chairman replacement

Cummings 5690; Harapiak 5690 Mandate

Cummings 5888; Harapiak 5888 Pesticide disposal

Cummings 1 743-4; Doer 1 743-4; Filmon 1 743

Privatization Cummings 5889; Harapiak 5889

Manitoba Head Injuries Association Report

Cheema 945 See also Head injuries

Manitoba Health Services Commission Physician assessments

Kozak 2283-4; Orchard 2284 See also Health care sector - Pay

equity; Health (Supply)

Manitoba Housing and Renewal Corporation Mortgage auction delay

Carstairs 45 1 2; Ducharme 45 1 2

146

Manitoba Hydro Capital projects review

Angus 1 6 1 3 ; Manness 1 6 1 3 Crown Corporation Public Review Act

Amendments Angus 1 579, 1 6 1 2; Manness 1 6 1 2; Neufeld 1 579

Development Future benefits

Filmon 3490; Storie 3490 Energy Rate Stabilization

Program costs Neufeld 3424; Storie 3424

Free Trade Agreement Impact environmental funding

Neufeld 2650; Storie 2650 Legal opinion

Doer 3330; Neufeld 3330 Manitoba preference clause

Doer 3330- 1 ; Neufeld 3331 French language services

Gaudry 238 1 -2; Neufeld 2382, 247 1 Funds - Recoverable

Neufeld 3424; Storie 3424 Government advertising

HydroBonds placement Hemphill 209; Manness 209

Manitoba HydroBonds Angus 447; Ashton 447-8; Manness 447

Status report Gil leshammer 98; Manness 98

Wordsnorth media campaign Hemphill 209

Northeast line status H. Driedger 348; Neufeld 348

Northern States Power Agreement Neufeld 1 2 1 7 ; Storie 1 2 1 7

Ontario Hydro agreement Carstairs 358 1 ; Doer 358 1 -2; Filmon 358 1 ; Neufeld 605-6, 1 2 1 7-8, 2470- 1 ; Storie 605-6, 1 2 1 7-8, 2470- 1

Preferential policy Angus 54 1 4; Neufeld 54 1 4-5

Preferential rates Carstairs 1 50; Neufeld 1 50

Project information release Angus 1 579; Neufeld 1 579

Public Utilities Board Capital projects

Crown corporations Angus 1 6 1 2; Manness 1 6 1 2

Manitoba Hydro Carstairs 3543; Filmon 3543

Funding Carstairs 3543; Filmon 3543

Jurisdiction - Manitoba Hydro Angus 1 579, 1 6 1 2-3; Manness 1 6 1 2-3; Neufeld 1 579

Rate increase Justification

Angus 5278; Neufeld 5278 Proposal

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Manitoba Hydro-Cont. Neufeld 3424; Storie 3424

Seasonal Diversity Agreements Angus 3069-70; Neufeld 3069; Storie 3070

Water rental charges Angus 5278; Manness 5278

See also Conawapa Project

Manitoba HydroBonds See Manitoba Hydro

Manitoba Intercultural Council Advisory role

Charles 57, 676; Mitchelson 57, 676 Appointments, criteria

Charles 653-4; Mitchelson 654 Member selection

Carstairs 469; Filmon 469 Funding

Charles 676; Doer 469-70; Filmon 469-70; Mitchelson 676

Government interference Carstairs 468-9; Filmon 469

Granting capacity Charles 36, 57-8; Mitchelson 36, 57-8

Russell, Grant Appointment

Carr 56 1 -2; Carstairs 598-600; Filmon 526, 56 1 -2, 599-600; Gaudry 526; Mitchelson 598-9

Endorsement Carstairs 599; Filmon 599

Resignation request Carstairs 600; Charles 675; Filmon 526, 600; Gaudry 526; Mitchelson 675-6

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act (Bill 13)

l r Charles 1 26; 2r Angus 1 832-4; Carr 1 830-2; Carstairs 647-9; Charles 643-5; Cheema 770- I ; Doer 775-7; Gray 773-5; Hemphill 77 1 -3; Minenko 645-6; Roch 646-7; ( Motion debate) Alcock 96 1 ; Ashton 959; Downey 962-4; A. Driedger 966; Enns 964-5; Ernst 961 -2; Manness 959-6 1 ; 2r Charles 3768-70; Cowan 3377-80; Cummings 5332-4; H. Driedger 3375-7; Gray 3623-5; Lamoureux 4 1 80-2; McCrae 1 339-40; Minenko 3625-7; Mitchelson I 002-4; Penner 5330-2; Rose 3 1 2 1 -2, 3377

Manitoba Labour Education Centre Funding

Ashton 923, 4575-6; Hammond 4575-6

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission Advertising policy

Angus 4952; McCrae 4952 Cheque cashing privileges

Hansard Index

147

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission-Cont. Hemphill 4 1 7 ; McCrae 47 1

Contracts, a warding of Doer 4285, 4338; McCrae 4285, 4338

Government policy Hemphill 4 1 8; McCrae 47 1

Layoffs Doer 4285; McCrae 4285

PAL promotional material Hemphill 2008; McCrae 2008, 2055-6

Rural outlet closures Hemphill 453; Manness 453

Service promotion Hemphill 4 1 7-8; McCrae 47 1

U.S. beer sales Ernst 454; Hemphill 453-4

Wine sampling Hemphill 4 1 8; Manness 4 1 8

Manitoba Literacy Council Granting policy

Derkach 1 383; Oleson 1 346; Storie 1 346

Manitoba Marathon Angus 68 1 ; Cowan 680- 1 ; Ernst 68 1

Manitoba Medical Association Billing increase cap

Doer 3442-3; Filmon 3442-3 Binding arbitration

Ashton 3492; Carstairs 344 1 , 3489, 3654, 5698; Filmon 3492, 5698; Orchard 344 1 , 3489, 3654-5

Final offer selection Doer 3545; Filmon 3545-6

Health Minister's speech Ashton 4599; Orchard 4599

Negotiations Ashton 4088, 4904; Carstairs 3440, 3488, 5696-7, 57 48; Doer 5698-9; Filmon 3488-9, 4088, 5696-8, 5699, 5748-9; Orchard 3440- 1 , 3488, 4904

Premier's apology Doer 5698; Filmon 5698

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Accident report policy review

McCrae 3423-4; Rose 3423 Accident report policy

Cummings 3242; Rose 3243 Autopac

Cyclical renewals Angus 473 1 ; Cummings 473 1 -2

Internal inquiry Cummings 3549; Rose 3549

Merit discounts Angus 4732; Cummings 4732

Quarterly payments Angus 4732; Cummings 4732

Court of Queen's Bench Act Amendments

Cummings 3549; Rose 3549

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Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation-Cont. General Insurance Division

Closure L.S. Evans 528; Filmon 528

Impact Cummings 297 1 ; L.S. Evans 2971

Privatization Angus 5648; Cummings 2970, 5648; L.S. Evans 2970

Report availability Cummings 2244-5; L.S. Evans 529, 2244-5; Filmon 529

Goods and services tax Impact Autopac rates

Angus 5648; Cummings 5648 Hazardous materials

Guideline review Cummings 4266; Doer 4266

Licensing Cummings 4267; Doer 4266-7;

Podolsky, Ken Compensation denial

Cummings 3242-4; Rose 3242-4 Investigation

Cummings 3244, 3384; Rose 3244, 3384

Document release Cummings 3384; Rose 3383-4

Reforms Uruski 1 03

Research and Training Centre Angus 56 1 I ; Cummings 56 1 1

Solvit Resources Inc. MPIC claim status

Cummings 4266; Doer 4266; See also Petitions

Manitoba Telephone System 9 1 1 Service

Upgrading Findlay 29 1 6-7; Roch 29 1 6

China - Military violence Special telephone service

Carstairs 325; Findlay 325 Competition

Carstairs 203-4; Cummings 973; Filmon 204; Findlay 203-4; Roch 973

Computer sales Findlay 2383; Roch 2383

Facsimile machine sales Carstairs 203; Cummings 973; Ernst 973-4; Findlay 203; Roch 973

Grass-Roots Lobby Group Doer 2055; Filmon 2055

Jurisdictional control Carstairs 1 965; Doer 1 965, 1 969-70, 2003-4; Downey 3077; Filmon 1 965, 1 969-70, 2004, 3548-9; Plohman 3077, 3548-9

All-party committee Filmon 3549; Plohman 3549

Legal opinion Doer 2054; Filmon 2054

Hansard Index

1 48

Manitoba Telephone System---Cont. Mandate

Findlay 2384; Roch 2384 Northern Telecom contract

Findlay 1 427-8; Roch 1 427-8 Job security

Carstairs 2003; Findlay 2003, 2057-8

Rate reduction Findlay 3386; Roch 3386

Sales tax elimination Carstairs 779; Manness 779

Service for the Future program Doer 2377; Findlay 2376; Roch 2376-7

Telecommunications Federal/Provincial agreement

Doer 5342; Findlay 5342 See also Northern Telecom

Manitoba Trucking Association Winnipeg routing

A.Driedger 824; Plohman 824

Manitoba Winter Games Doer 5788; Ernst 5788; Kozak 5788

Manitoba Women's Agenda Final offer selection

Doer 3546; Hammond 3546

Manitoba Women's Institute 80th anniversary

Findlay 5365; Gray 5365; Uruski 5365

Manley, Tricia Social assistance

Oleson 2685; Wasylycia-Leis 2685

MANNESS, Hon. Clayton (PC, Morris) (Minister of Finance) (Minister responsible for the

administration of The Crown Corporation Accountability Act)

(Minister responsible for and charged with the administration of The Manitoba Data Services Act)

Address for Papers No. 5 - September 2 1 , 1 989 accepted

(Alcock) 1 1 65 No. 6 - September 2 1 , 1 989 accepted

(L.S. Evans) 1 1 65 Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) I r 5634; R/S 5943; R/ A 5958

Beverage Container Act (Bill 1 0)

2r 3374-5 Budget Address

334-4 1 Budget Debate

589-93 Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)

Administration and Finance Minister's Salary 3023

Documents Tabled

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MANNESS, Hon. Clayton (PC, Morris)-Conl. Bill No. 90

Speaking notes 4037

Finance Supplementary I nformation for Legislative Review Compendium of Department Estimates 1 989-90 Estimates

3069 Finance

Supplementary I nformation for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

3069, 4284 Goods and services tax

Letter to Wilson dated August 1 4, 1 989 respecting concerns

1 1 65 Messages - Lieutenant-Governor

Recommending Bill 27 4 1 5

Recommending Bill 86 2964

Recommending Bill 98 5 1 52

Northern Tax Allowance Letter from M. Wilson to Manness respecting input on task force

2339 Provincial Tax Comparison

October I, 1 989 4284

Repap Enterprises Ltd. Final sale agreement

1 0 Tax reductions

Correspondence between federal and provincial finance departments

377 Economic Development, Standing Committee

1 st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privi leges and Elections 4 1 93-6; 420 1 -3

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 795-6 Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act

(Bill 53) 2r 1 750, 3565; R/ A 3803

Family Maintenance Amendment Act (Bill 52)

l r 1 609 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

(Bill 27) I r 4 1 5; 2r 662-6, 1 204, 3447-8; CJW 3659-72; R/S 3782-4; 3r 3784; R/A 3803

1 49

MANNESS, Hon. Clayton (PC, Morris)-Conl. Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) 2r 2425-6

House Business Bill No. 64

Committee change 4506 Bil l No. 83

Committee change 4506 Human Tissue Amendment Act

(Bill 39) l r 1 1 56

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

l r 893; 2r 893; 3r 1 02 1 -2 c;w 1 023-4, 1 026-7, 1 029; R/A 1 03 1

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2) (Bill 90)

l r 3846; 2r 3846; c;w 4037, 407 1 -3; 3r 4078; R/ A 4079

Land Surveyors Amendment Act (Bill 40)

l r 1 1 56 Loan Act, 1 989

(Bill 34) l r 1 856; 2r 1 857, 3555; c;w 3566-7 1 , 3646-9; 3r 3649; R/A 3650

Manitoba Data Services Disposition and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 98)

l r 5 1 52; 2r 5366-7 1 ; R/S 5942; R/A 5958

Manitoba Energy Foundation Repeal Act (Bill 92)

R/S 5942 Manitoba I ntercultural Council

Amendment Act (Bill 1 3) 2r 959-6 1

Marital Property Amendment Act (Bil l 5 1 )

l r 1 609 Messages

Capital Supply 34 1 Main Supply 341

M inisterial Statements Curtis, Charles

Vanier Medal recipient 969

Manitoba HydroBonds 447

Public Accounts Availability

4706 Municipal Assessment Amendment Act

(Bill 20) 2r 3773

Non-Political Statements Sakharov, Andrei

Death of human rights activist 3858 Oral Questions

B-A Construction Closure 3222

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MANNESS, Hon. Clayton (PC, Morris)-Cont. Bank of Canada rate

Impact Manitoba 3848-9, 5 1 8 1 Small business 5754

Bankruptcies Job loss statistics 4 707-8

Budget Deficit reduction 346 Economic development 348 Fiscal Stabilization Fund

345, 347, 380, 525 Accountability 525 Auditor's opinion 380- 1 Health care 565 Job creation 450

Gasoline tax increase 38 1 Health care 344, 379, 565 Job creation 345, 450 Multiyear forecast 346 Payroll tax reduction 347 Support 378 Surplus 344 Tax reduction 343, 377-8

Budget - Federal Impact

Education 5445 Health care 5439 Labour force 5444

Transfer payments 5 1 52 CFB Portage Ia Prairie

Government position 4683 Construction industry

Decline analysis 3222 Cross-border trade

Impact retail business 2876 Provincial import tax 5703

Crow benefit Impact

Parklands region 5280 Port of Churchill 5279-80

Crown Corporation Public Review Act Amendments 1 6 1 2

Crown corporations Accountability 47 1 0- 1

Decentralization Manitoba Literacy Office 5842 Manitoba Textbook Bureau 5842

Economic growth All-party committee 5048, 5 1 8 1 Budget request 5048, 5094-5, 5444 Deficit forecast 3849 Federal/Provincial

Agreements 4685 Discussions 4683

Full-time employment decline 3635-6 Government initiatives 4396, 4709- 1 0 Housing starts decline 504 7 Job creation 4684, 4709 Manitoba rate 4396 Premier's Council 4708 Projection downgrading 5 1 8 1 Retail sales tax revenues 38 1 7

1 50

MANNESS, Hon. Clayton (PC, Morris)-Cont. Elderly abuse

Discussion Paper costs 932-3 Farming industry

Financial assistance 3652 Federal equalization payments

Budget prediction 3652 Manitoba statistics 3636, 3652 Reduction 28 1 9

Federal funding Manitoba statistics 5276

Federal programs Cutbacks 3652

Finance, Minister of Federal/Provincial meeting 8 1 5

Forks Renewal Corporation Accountability 47 1 0- 1 Public Accounts Committee 47 1 0

Free Trade Agreement Adjustment assistance 3849 Cancellation clause 5339 Job loss 727-8 Mexico relocation 727-8

Bottom Line Technologies Inc. 727 Freedom of Information Act

Obstruction - Finance Minister 1 745-6 Ombudsman Report 2002, 2004

Goods and services tax Administration 2880 All-party task force 3637 Alternatives 2880 Application 778, 5 1 1 7 Blenkarn report 365 1 Cascading 3944 Concessions 363 1 Conference Board of Canada 2730 Consumption tax 2529 Corporate benefits I 08 1 Corporate contribution 2529 Cost to Manitobans ! 034-5 Farm lands 2970 Federal support funding I 036-7 Finance Minister's position

1 034, 1 080- 1 , 1 659, 2729, 363 1 , 365 1

' 3652-3

Food exclusion 1 659 Government alternative 26 1 0 Government position 5095-6, 5703 Housing application 2876 Impact studies

Aboriginal people 2989 Cultural industry 1 037 Departmental I 080 Employment rate 3637 Energy resources I 1 26 Individual families 1 037 Labour 398 1 Manitoba 454, 1 972, 2729 Tourism 779

Implementation 3944 Indexing 1 080, 3944 Interest payments 5 1 1 7 Job losses 449

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MANNESS, Hon. Clayton (PC, Morris)-Cont. Joint collection system

3636-7, 5096, 5 1 1 8 , 5654 Position paper I 080 Rebates 1 080

Indexing 1 659, 2609 Revenue neutral 454, 778, 8 1 3 , I 079 Seniors' boycott 4432-3 Seven percent tax 3943 Tax credits 1 079, 1 689, 3632 Tax form information 5654

Government advertising HydroBonds placement 209

Health care Patient record confidentiality 5577 Underspending 344

Housing market Decline analysis 3222 New starts decline 443 1 -2 Out-migration 4432

Interest rates Increase 5339 Recession 4 7 1 0

Job Training for Tomorrow Funding 449

Klinic Community Health Centre New facilities 344

Legislative Library Act Contravention 1 745 Manitoba Data Services 1 745 Violation 2005, 3853

Manfor divestiture Environmental impact study 1 28

Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corp. Interest rates 5340

Manitoba Data Services Confidentiality guidelines 93, 4867 Divestiture 32, 92, 1 298, 3853, 4866

Employee notification 59 16 Economic structure 1 45 1 Freedom o f Information Act I 086-7 Rate structure 1 45 1 Records security 32 Systemhouse proposal 1 298, 1 45 1 , 59 1 6

Manitoba Hydro Capital projects review 1 6 1 3 Water rental charges 5278

Manitoba HydroBonds Status report 98

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission Rural outlet closure 453

Manitoba Telephone System Sales tax elimination 779

Manufacturing industry Economic growth 5887, 59 1 5 Employment decline 5240 Government initiatives 59 1 5-6 Labour reduction 5887 Task force 5241

Minimum wage Increase 3422

Mining tax Impact Thompson 4708

151

MANNESS, Hon. Clayton (PC, Morris)-Cont. Revenue estimate 4708 Statistics 5888

North Portage Development Corporation Accountability 47 1 0- 1 , 486 1 Place Promenade

Monthly shortfall 5046-7 Property appraisal 5046

Tabling request 5046 Vacancy rate 5047

Provincial Auditor 4897, 495 1 , 5090 Public Accounts Committee

47 1 0- 1 , 4897, 495 1 -2 Northern education

Professional recruitment 3 1 29 Northern tax allowance

Extensions 4026 Thompson exclusion 1 1 25-6

Provincial sales tax Cascading 8 1 4 Reduction 778, 8 1 3-4

Public Utilities Board Capital projects

Crown corporations 1 6 1 2 Jurisdiction

Manitoba Hydro 1 6 1 2-3 Repap Manitoba Inc.

Asset recovery 282 1 Construction schedule 2734 Contractual obligations 3443 Cutting areas 2734 Environmental impact hearings 2734 Financial status 3385 Project guarantee 3385 Sale agreement security 2473 Swan River project 282 1 , 3944-5

Delay 4435-6 Guarantee 34 1 9, 3443-4

Schools, private Funding 5843-4

Skills Development Program Funding 449

Transfer payments Manitoba statistics 5275

Unemployment I nsurance Commission Benefit reforms 728 Manitoba statistics 3849 Replacement support 3849-50

Unemployment rate Job training initiatives 728 Manitoba statistics 3636, 3656

Orders for Return No. 9, dated September 2 1 , 1 989 (Alcock)

1 1 66 Points of Order

P /0 by Alcock respecting imputation of motives ( Manness) 420 1 -2; Manness 4202; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 4202; ruled out of order 5920

P /0 by Angus respecting threat of invisible axe ( Manness) 4208; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 4208;

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MANNESS, Hon. Clayton (PC, Morris)-Cont. withdrawn (Manness) 4208

P /0 by Ashton respecting Minister's statement during consideration of Estimates 1 224; Downey 1 1 67; Manness 1 1 67-8; taken under advisement

(Gilleshammer) 1 1 68; ruled out of order (Gilleshammer) 1 224

P fO by Man ness respecting words "window dressing" (Storie) 1 89; taken under advisement 1 89; ruled out of order 350

P /0 by Man ness respecting words "This government has the morals of an alley cat" (Gray) 1 6 1 4; withdrawal requested 1 6 1 4; withdrawn (Gray) 1 6 1 4

P / 0 b y Manness respecting alleged criticism of Provincial Auditor (Gray) 224 1 ; Alcock 224 1 ; Gray 224 1 ; ruled out o f order 2241

P fO by Manness respecting relevancy of debate (Mandrake) 5756; ruled in order (Chornopyski) 5756; Member cautioned 5756

P/0 by Manness respecting relevancy of debate (Lamoureux) 5795-6; ruled in order 5796; Member cautioned 5796

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 40 1 2-4 Resolutions

CSIS Agreement, renegotiation 3293-4 Northern Tax Allowance 2338-40 School Division Boundary Review

2778-9 Senate reform 3 1 56-9

Privilege, Matter of Curtis, Charles, Public Servant

Apology requested from Carstairs respecting comments made ( Manness) 4 1 4; L.S. Evans 4 14-5; apology volunteered 4 1 4

Securities Amendment Act (Bill 72)

1r 2002 Sessional Papers

Capital Supply Administrator message

340 Crown Investments

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

241 Estimates for Services of Province

for Capital Expenditures for year ended March 3 1 , 1 990

341 Estimates for Services of Province

for year ended March 3 1 , 1 990

152

MANNESS, Hon. Clayton (PC, Morris)-Cont. 341

Estimates(Supplementary) For Services of Province for year ended March 3 1 , 1 990

3783 Finance

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 292 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

4706 Financial Administration Act

Return under Section 56(3) for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

447 Financial Statements of Boards,

Commissions and Agencies for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

3327 Main Supply

Administrator message 341

Manitoba Data Services Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 989

447 Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Quarterly Report for period ended June 1 989

1 1 56 Quarterly Report for period ended September 1 989

338 1 Quarterly Report for period ended December I 989

5748 Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Quarterly Report for six months November 1 988-April 1 989

522 Quarterly Report for period ended October 1 989

3848 Manitoba Quarterly Financial Report

Six months, April-September 1 989 3775

Manitoba Quarterly Financial Report April - December 1 989

5339 Manitoba Telephone System

Quarterly Report for period ended March 1 989

597 Quarterly Report for period ended June 1 989

1 079 Quarterly Report for period ended September 1 989

3327 Messages - Lieutenant-Governor

Recommending Bill 27

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MANNESS, Hon. Clayton (PC, Morris)---Cont. 4 1 5

Recommending Bill 98 5 1 52

Public Accounts and Supplements For year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

4706 Public Investments Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

241 Public Officers Act

Return under Section 20, June 1 989 447

Statute Law Amendment (Taxation) Act, 1 989 ( Bill 86)

l r 2964; 2r 3223-5, 3435; c;w 3638-46; 3r 3649-50; R/ A 3650

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 1 00)

2r 5634; R/S 5943; R/ A 5958 Supply, Committee of

Capital Supply 1 856 Concurrence Motion 5574 Interim Supply 892-3

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba 5452-4 Goods and services tax

Effects on Manitoba 1 044-7 LynnGold Resources Inc.

I ntervention to prevent closure 2248, 225 1 -3

VIA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4308- 1 0

Manufacturing industry Economic growth

L.S. Evans 5887, 59 1 5; Manness 5887, 59 1 5

Employment decline L.S. Evans 5240; Manness 5240

Government initiatives L.S. Evans 59 1 5; Manness 59 1 5-6

Labour reduction L.S. Evans 5887; Manness 5887

Task force L.S. Evans 5240- 1 ; Man ness 5241

Western Diversification Fund Ernst 5445; L.S. Evans 5444

Margaret Scott School Parents' meetings

Derkach 4688; Storie 4688 Replacement

Derkach 566-7 Structural damage

Derkach 4685-6; Yeo 4685-6 Upgrading

Derkach 4688; Storie 4688

Markus Project I Oth anniversary

L.S. Evans 2285

153

Marital Property Amendment Act (Bill 51)

I r Man ness 1 609; 2r Edwards 5397-8; McCrae 1 978-9; Wasylycia-Leis 5558-6 1 ; R/S McCrae 5940; 3r 5943; R/ A 5957

Marshy Point Wildlife Management Area Land leasing policy

Findlay 1 525; Uruski 1 525

Mathias Colomb First Nation Environment M inister intervention

Cummings 524 1 ; Taylor 5241 Health care funding administration

Downey 1 1 27; H. Driedger 1 1 27; Storie 1 1 27

Provincial Court resumption McCrae 429 1 ; Storie 429 1 ;

McBryde, Ron Death of former M LA (The Pas)

Carr 8 2 1 ; Filmon 82 1 ; Harapiak 8 2 1

McCRAE, Hon. James C . (PC, Brandon West) (Minister of Justice and

Attorney-General) (Keeper of The Great Seal) (Minister responsible for Constitutional

Affairs) (Minister responsible for the

administration of The Liquor Control Act)

Address for Papers No. 7 - September 27, 1 989 accepted

(Wasylycia-Leis) 1 349 No. 8 - October 20, 1 989 accepted

(Cheema) 2058 No. 9 - November 28, 1 989 accepted

(Roch) 3334 Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) 2r 5848-9

Beverage Container Act (Bill 1 0)

2r 2960-2 Budget Debate

494-500 Constitution Amendment, 1 987

60 1 9-23 Court of Appeal Amendment Act

(Bill 68) I r 2002; 2r 2524-6; R/S 5789; R/ A 5836

Dependants Relief Act (Bill 47)

I r 1 444; 2r 1 975-7; R/S 5939; R/ A 5957 Documents Tabled

Address for Papers (No. 4) Return November 2, 1 988

241 Justice

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

1 8 1 4 Written Question (No. 3 ) Reply

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McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West)--Cont. November 2, 1 988

241 Dower Amendment Act

(Bill 49) I r 1 575; 2r 1 977-8

Economic Development, Standing Committee I st Report

Helwer 1 57 1 Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 5 7 1 ; 1 573-4; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 93-6; 42 1 5-9

Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act (Bill 53)

lr 1 575 Family Maintenance Amendment Act

( Bill 52) 2r 1 978-9; R/S 5940; R/ A 5957

Fatality Inquiries Act ( Bill 65)

I r 1 967; 2r 3389-90; R/S 5789; R/ A 5836 Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to Protect

( Bill 1 6) 2r 5334-5, 5337-8, 5678-9

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Bill 3)

2r 720-5; 3r 1 0 1 6 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

( Bill 4) 2r 1 735-6

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (5) (Bill 54)

3r 1 979-80, 1 993 House Business

Adjournment Motion 1 030- 1 , 4068-9, 5946, 5956-7, 606 1

Bill 3 referral to Standing Committee on Industrial Relations

725, 883 Bill 7

Committee change 40 1 4 Bill 30 referral to

Committee of the Whole declared procedural nullity 997

Bill 30 referral to Standing Committee on Law Amendments 997

Bill 33 Committee change 40 1 4

Bill 47 Committee change 59 1 8

Bill 48 Committee change 59 1 8

Bill 50 Committee change 59 1 8

Bill 5 1 Committee change 59 1 8

Bill 52 Committee change 59 1 8

Bill 56 Committee change 59 1 8

1 54

McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West)--Cont. Bill 76

Committee change 40 1 4 Bill 1 0 1

Committee change 59 1 8 Sitting hours

Final day of sitting 997 NDP Convention 3334 Remembrance Day 26 1 4 Thanksgiving Day 1 649 Victoria Day 22

Supply, Committee of Estimates sequence changes

2 1 59, 2386, 2536 (no leave), 3 1 36, 3347, 4437, 4602-3

Human Tissue Amendment Act (Bill 39)

2r 1 368; R/S 5789; R/ A 5836 Insurance Amendment Act

(Bill 75) lr 205 1

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 29)

CjW 1 025 International Sale of Goods Act

(Bill 7) I r 52; 2r 1 1 35-9, 3895; R/ A 4079

Intestate Succession and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 48)

I r 1 444; 2r 1 977; RjS 5939; R/ A 5957 Justice (Supply)

Opening Remarks 5053-4, 5057

Response (Edwards) 5054-6 ( Hemphill) 5056-7

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 5057-8 Land Surveyors Amendment Act

( Bill 40) 2r 1 368-9; R/S 5789; R/ A 5836

Law Reform Commission Act (Bill 6)

I r 52; 2r 670- 1 ; R/S 5789; R/ A 5836 Law Society Amendment Act

(Bill 69) 1 r 2002; 2r 2526; R/S 5790; R/ A 5836

Law Society Amendment Act (2) (Bill 7 1 )

I r 205 1 ; 2r 2973-4; R/S 5790; R / A 5836 Legislative Assembly Management

Commission Amendment Act (Bill 1 2) 2r 1 356, 3950

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act (Bill 1 3)

2r 1 339-40 Marital Property Amendment Act

(Bill 5 1 ) 2r 1 978; R/S 5940; R/ A 5957

Ministerial Statements Drinking and Driving Legislation

Implementation

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McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West)--Cont. 2430

Provincial Court backlog Elimination 4080 Reduction 1 1 90

Non-Political Statements Aidun, Dr. Jamshid

YMCA Canada Peace Medal recipient 1 386 Benham, Donald

Winnipeg Sun reporter 1 0 1 4 Chalmers, Angela

Australian Open Women's 1 ,500 metre record holder 4270

Child and Family Services 90th anniversary Western Manitoba 2972

Crime Prevention Month 25 1 6 Gunston, Dr. Frank

Manning Award recipient 1 386 McKenzie, Debbie and Lars Sharp

Marriage congratulations 978 Monnin, Alfred

Chief Justice Manitoba Court of Appeal Retirement 4868

Oral Questions Aboriginal Justice Inquiry

Recommendation 5979 Aboriginal rights

Supreme Court of Canada 5978, 601 5 Appointments

Government Contradictions 35

Judicial system Provincial judges 35 Queen's Counsel 35

Bill C-22 Challenge

Manitoba Society of Seniors 866, 886 Constitutionality 866 Provincial jurisdiction 887

Bill No. 3 Statistics 2823

Bill No. 1 6 Education Minister's support 5648

Bill No. 42 Standing Committee referral 4734

Bill No. 79 Aboriginal exemptions 5979

Brandon, Manitoba Air control tower closure 5688 Air traffic increase 5688

Brick Warehouse Fines levied 1 527

CSIS Agreement Confidentiality information 2055 Suspension 2055 Records security 92 Renegotiation 92

Canadian Constitution Notwithstanding clause 1 527

Chief Medical Examiner 1 988 Annual Report 3548

Conference on Urban Safety

155

McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West)--Cont. Manitoba representation 1 779-80

Consumer Protection Act Enforcement 48 1 9-20

Crime Prevention Council Establishment 5539

Crime prevention programs Government

Agenda 2435, 3420 Initiatives 5539

Provincial council 2435 Seniors 2437

Decentralization Wrongful dismissal analysis 5883

Drinking and Driving Initiative Education programs 1 430, 2436 Legislation

Justice M inister's position 3983-4 Sentence lengths 5240, 5278, 5305-6

Environment Act Sewage disposal charges 33 1

Family violence Case review 5093 Charges 522-3 Firearms seizure 523

Firearms control Legislation enforcement

3588, 443 1 ' 5539-40 Medical certificate 4430, 4436 Photo licences 3587, 443 1 Restricted weapon locations 443 1 Statistics 4436

French Lawyers Association Meeting request 342 1 -2 Secretary of State funding 3421

Grant, Nancy External Affairs intervention 3 1 26 Family Law Branch intervention 3 1 27

Harper, J.J.- Inquiry Winnipeg Police Association 1 57

Hazardous Products Act Solvent inclusion 5050

Headingley Correctional Institute Facility improvements 1 1 2 1 Fire protection 1 1 2 1

Health care facilities Police response 1 778

Heaman Family Legal Aid Certificate 482 1

Highway Traffic Act Justice Minister's comments 1 69 1

Human Rights Code Racist pins 4082

Human Rights Commission Justice Minister's involvement 3637-8

Inquests Gods River death 4398

Judicial system Gender bias 677 Native women bias 677-8 Sentence consistency 677

Justice, Department of French language services 3422

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McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West}--Cont. Toll free services 288 1

Land Titles Office Delays 605

Law Enforcement Review Agency Reform 1 57 Winnipeg Police Association 1 56

Maintenance agreements Reciprocal enforcement 3 1 27

Manitoba Liquor Control Commission Advertising policy 4952 Cheque cashing privileges 4 7 1 Contracts, awarding o f 4285, 4338-9 Government policy 47 1 Layoffs 4285 PAL promotional material 2008, 2055-6 Services promotion 4 7 1 Standing Committee referral 4952-3 Wine sampling 47 1

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Accident report policy

Review 3423-4 Podolsky, Ken

Justice Minister intervention 3423 Mathias Colomb Indian Band

Provincial Court resumption 429 1 Meech Lake Accord

Aboriginal people participation 5967 Justice Minister's involvement 5966-7

Municipal Assessment Act Public presentations 3986

Native ceremonial items Seizure - Eagle feathers 5967

Native education All-party resolution 3 1 0

POWA Agreement Exclusion - Women 565 1 Qualification period 5651

Portage Correctional Institution Strip search policy 54 1 5

Progressive Conservative Party Fundraising dinner

Drinking and driving jokes 2 1 54 Public Health Amendment Act

Government support 5050 RCMP investigation

Property seizure 4820 Racism

Defamation Act 4973 Lapel pins 4648

Human rights code 4648-9 Legal intervention 4948-9 Legal opinion 4649, 4948-9 Private prosecution 4649, 4948 Seizure 4649-50

Legal advice 4972 Racist material

Charges 5653 Racist poster 465 1

Minister's signature 465 1 Remand Centre

Construction start 4062-3, 5 1 80, 5239-40

1 56

McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West}--Cont. John Howard Society

Recommendations 5 1 80 Medical observation unit 5 1 80 Suicide investigation 5239

Ste. Anne, Manitoba Policing 1 297-8

Standing and Special Committees Scheduling 4953

South African Embassy CSIS intervention 2880

Substance abuse Rubbing alcohol restrictions 5685-6

Suicide rate Analysis 3548 Correctional institutions 3548, 3589

Treaty rights Implementation 5979

Victim Assistance Committee Family violence 5093 Funding 248, 8 1 6, 3420, 5093-4 Politicization 8 1 6 Rape counselling 4289 Recommendations 1 344 Surtax collection 1 344 Victim Impact Statement project 8 1 6

Workers Compensation Board Business plan 782 Claim

Analysis 782 Delays 782

Orders for Return No. 8, dated June 1 5, 1 989 (Storie)

606 No. 1 0, dated October 20, 1 989 (Cheema)

2058-9 No. I I , dated November 1 3 , 1 989 (Patterson)

2736 No. 1 2, dated December 20, 1 989 (Yeo)

3987 No. 1 3, dated February 23, 1 990

( Minenko) 5520 Pension Benefits Amendment Act

(Bill 57) l r 1 860

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (2) ( Bill 58)

l r 1 860 Physically Disabled Persons Parking Act

(Bill 88) 2r 58 1 5-6

Points of Order P /0 by Ashton requesting tabling of

documents (Orchard) 1 53; McCrae 1 53; Orchard 1 53; ruled out of order 1 54

P /0 by Ashton respecting political nature of non-political statements 1 920; Cowan 1 920; McCrae 1 920; taken under advisement 1 920- 1 ; Members cautioned 2 1 58-9

P/0 by Ashton respecting alleged reflection upon the Chair (Connery)

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McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West}--Cont. 3 1 40; McCrae 3 1 4 1 ; previously taken under advisement

(Kozak) 3 1 4 1 P / 0 b y Ashton respecting leave denied

to have Bill 3 1 remain standing (Harper) 5097; McCrae 5097; ruled out of order 5097 -8; challenged (Ashton) 5098; sustained 5098

P jO by Ashton respecting relevancy of debate (Connery) 5264; McCrae 5264; Members cautioned (Chornopyski) 5264

P jO by Carstairs respecting comments by Connery; apology requested 26; McCrae 26; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 26 P jO by Cowan respecting need to have

leave for Bills to stand 2293; McCrae 2293; leave granted 2294; Speaker's ruling 2295

P/0 by Cowan respecting words "a union where they are not under the influence of the Member for Churchill" (Neufeld) 2385; McCrae 2385; taken under advisement 2385; ruled out of order 297 1

P/0 by Harper respecting resolutions appearing on Order Paper 5967-9; Ashton 5969; McCrae 5969-70; ruled in order 5970

P jO by McCrae respecting words "children of Manitoba, who have not, particularly, voted at this time, that is why they are not looking after them" (Cheema) referencing Orchard 603; taken under advisement 603; voluntary withdrawal 729

P/0 by McCrae respecting words "The people of Flin Flon want the whole truth" (Storie) 730; Ashton 730; withdrawal requested 730; Storie 730; unequivocal withdrawal requested 730; withdrawn (Storie) 730

P/0 by McCrae respecting words "We have all noted with interest that there have been changes to the Public Utilities Board, I presume so it is easier for ICG to get their rate applications through" (Storie) 870; withdrawal requested ( McCrae) 870; Ashton 870; Filmon 870; taken under advisement 870; ruled in order 979; withdrawal requested 979; withdrawn (Storie) 979

P /0 by McCrae respecting brevity of

157

McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West}--Cont. questions and answers I 083; ruled in order I 08 3

P/0 by McCrae respecting brevity of supplementary questions 1 086; Ashton I 086; ruled in order I 086

P jO by McCrae respecting brevity of supplementary questions 1 382; Alcock 1 382; ruled in order 1 382

P/0 by McCrae respecting imputation of motives ( Carstairs) 1 448; Alcock 1 448; taken under advisement 1 448; ruled out of order 1 9 1 8

P jO by McCrae respecting brevity of supplementary questions 2384; Storie 2385; ruled in order 2385

P/0 by McCrae respecting discussion of House Business (Roch) 4024; Alcock 4024; Ashton 4024; ruled in order 4024

P/0 by McCrae respecting unparliamentary language ( Roch) 4780; Member cautioned 4780

P/0 by McCrae respecting unlimited speaking time Bill 3 1 (Cowan) 5 1 27; ruled out of order 5 1 27

P jO by McCrae respecting relevancy of debate (Cowan) 5 165-6; Ashton 5 1 66; ruled in order (Chornopyski) 5 1 66

P jO by McCrae respecting brevity of questions and answers 5650; ruled in order 5650

PjO by McCrae respecting political nature of non-political statement ( Minenko) 5655; Alcock 5655; Member cautioned 5655

PjO by Rocan respecting exhibit (peanuts) 1 294; ruled out of order 1 294; Subsequent P/0 by Ashton respecting past practice in regard to exhibits 1 294; McCrae 1 294; Speaker's ruling 1 294

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Boards, Commissions and Agencies Appointments 1 1 53-5

CFB Shutdowns 478 1 -2 CSIS Agreement

Renegotiation 3288-91 Selkirk Landing Project 501 4-5 Small Businesses, Support 5642-5

Privi lege, Matter of Air Ambulance Service

Access Policy Alcock 864; Ashton 863-4; McCrae 864; (Orchard) 863; Storie 864; taken under advisement 864;

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McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West)--Cont. ruled out of order 979

Economic Development, Standing Committee on Events occurring on May I , 1 989 referred to Privileges and Elections Committee (Angus) 1 8-9; Ashton 1 9-20; McCrae 20-2; taken under advisement 22; ruled out of order 3 1 1 -2

Harapiak, Harry False information respecting Minister of Labour Ashton 4594-5; Carstairs 4595; (Hammond) 4594; McCrae 4595; taken under advisement 4595; ruled out of order 5920

Labour, Minister of Misleading information respecting gas inspections Alcock 4509; Ashton 4509; (Harapiak) 4508; McCrae 4508-9; taken under advisement 4509; ruled out of order 5920- 1

LynnGold Resources Inc. False information alleged Angus 230 1 ; (Cowan) 2299-30 1 ; McCrae 2301 -2 ; Storie 2302; taken under advisement 2302; ruled out of order 4398

Ombudsman, Office of Impartiality questioned Alcock 8 1 2-3; Ashton 8 1 3; (Connery) 8 1 2; McCrae 8 1 3; taken under advisement 8 1 3; ruled out of order 978-9

Public Gallery attendance Rules of the House Alcock 596 1 ; Ashton 596 1 ; Harper 596 1 ; McCrae 596 1 ; taken under advisement 596 1 -2; Speaker's ruling 5973

Rural Development, Department of Tol l free service availability (Storie) 3446; McCrae 3447; taken under advisement 3447; ruled out of order 591 9-20

Provincial Court Amendment Act (Bill 70)

I r 205 1 ; 2r 3229-30; R/S 5790; R/ A 5836 Public Health Amendment Act

( Bil l 9 1 ) 2 r 5680- 1

Public Inquiry into the Administration of Justice and Aboriginal People, An Act to establish and validate the (Bill 28)

I r 560; 2r 594; C/W 595; R/ A 596 Real Estate Brokers Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 76) l r 205 1

Real Property Amendment Act ( Bill 26)

1 58

McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West)--Cont. 2r 1 956-8

Roman Catholic Archiepiscopal Corporation of Winnipeg and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Winnipeg, an Act to Amend an Act Respecting the (Bill 96)

2r 568 1 Sessional Papers

Address for Papers (No. 4) Return November 2, 1 988

24 1 Criminal Injuries Compensation Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 079 Discriminatory Business Practices Act

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

884 Estimates sequence

597 Fatalities Inquiry Act

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

203 Law Enforcement Review Agency

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

522 Legal Aid Services of Manitoba

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

203 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

5882 Manitoba Human Rights Commission

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

1 079 Manitoba Law Foundation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

932 Manitoba Law Reform Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 444 Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 032 Manitoba Police Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 079 Manitoba Public Trustee

Auditor's Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

303 Messages - Lieutenant-Governor

Recommending Bill 28 560

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McCRAE, Hon. James C. (PC, Brandon West)---Cont. Recommending Bill 53

1 575 Recommending Bill 65

1 967 Recommending Bill 70

205 1 Regulations Act

Copy of regulations filed No. 254/88 to 534/88 No. 1 /90 to 1 1 0/89

203 Statute Re-enactment and By-law

Validation (Winnipeg) Act (Bill 38) By-laws and Agreements validated by

1 355 Statute Re-enactment and By-law

Validation (Winnipeg) Act (Bill 38) Roll as defined in

1 355 Victim Assistance Committee

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 658 Written Question (No. 3) Reply

November 2, 1 988 241

Statute Law Amendment Act, 1 990 (Bill I 02)

l r 58 1 9; c;w 5924-5 Statute Law Amendment (Re-enacted

Statutes) Act, 1 990 (Bill 1 03) I r 58 1 9; 2r 5847; R/S 5943; R/ A 5958

Statute Re-enactment and By-Law Validation (Municipal) Act (Bill 1 0 1 )

I r 5683; 2 r 579 1 ; R/S 5943; R/ A 5958 Statute Re-enactment and By-law

Validation (Winnipeg) Act (Bill 38) lr 1 1 1 8; 2r 1 355-6, 395 1 ; R/A 4079

Summary Convictions Amendment Act (Bill 66)

I r 1 967;2r 2523; R/S 5789; R/ A 5836 Throne Speech Debate

88-9, 99- 1 0 1 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba 23, 5448-9

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 869-70, 1 89 1 -3 Effects on Manitobans 1 089, 1 1 1 1 -3

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 786, I 040- 1

Housing conditions in ManHoba 5829-30

Native education Post-secondary funding 3 1 3

VIA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4293

Wills Amendment Act (Bill 50)

l r 1 575; 2r 1 978; R/S 5940; R/A 5957

159

Mcilwain, Kelsey I nternational Computer Problem-Solving contest

winner Alcock 3857; Ashton 3857; Derkach 3856-7

McKenzie, Debbie and Lars Sharp Marriage congratulations

Carstairs 978; Doer 978; McCrae 978

McPhillips Children's Centre Co-op Funding

Cheema 2733; Oleson 2733-4; Wasylycia-Leis 2734

Licensing Cheema 2733; Oleson 2733

Meeting request Cheema 2733; Oleson 2733-4; Wasylycia-Leis 2733

Meadow Portage Community division

Downey 530- 1 ; Filmon 207-8; Plohman 207, 734-9

Meadows West Proposals

Ducharme 360 1 , 5824; Lamoureux 360 1 , 5823

Meat packing industry I nitiatives

L.E. Evans 2239; Findlay 2239 I nterprovincial trade

L.E. Evans 2238; Findlay 2238

Meech Lake Accord Aboriginal people

Inclusion Filmon 5962-3, 5965-6; Harper 5962, 5965

Participation Harper 5967; McCrae 5967

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs' meeting Premier's attendance

Filmon 5965; Harper 5965 Canada Clause

Carstairs 261 1 ; Filmon 261 1 , 5964; Harper 5964

Deadline extension Filmon 5965; Harper 5965

Justice Minister involvement Harper 5966; McCrae 5966-7

Manitoba Task Force Report Carstairs 2073; Doer 2073-4; Filmon 2073

Native Affairs Minister Involvement

Downey 5966; Harper 5966 Position

Downey 5966; Harper 5966 Negotiation process

Filmon 5962; Harper 5962 Parallel agreement

Carr 5 5 1 3-4; Filmon 55 1 3-4 Parliamentary committee

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Meech Lake Accord-Con/. Filmon 5963; Harper 5963

Premier's position Carr 3332-3, 3656-7; Filmon 3332-3, 3657, 5963-4; Harper 5963

Proposals - Senator Murray Filmon 5975; Harper 5975

Public hearings Carstairs 26 1 1 -2; Filmon 26 1 2, 5964-5, 5975-6; Harper 5964, 5975

Quebec consultations Carr 5 5 1 4; Filmon 55 14

Racist editorial cartoon Charles 2278; Filmon 2278

Reaction, Manitoba position Carstairs 26 1 1 ; Filmon 26 1 1

Senate reform committee Carr 3657; Filmon 3657

See also Constitution Amendment, 1 987; Constitutional Affairs; Senate reform

Mental health care Administration

Doer 1 779; Orchard 1 779 Facility upgrading

Carstairs 1 522; Orchard 1 522 Forensic assessments

Cheema 1 384; Orchard 1 384 Staff protection

Carstairs 1 522; Orchard 1 522 Survey recommendations

Carstairs 1 52 1 ; Orchard 1 52 1 -2 See also Health (Supply)

Mental health care facilities Patient safety

Cheema 2967; Orchard 2967 See also specific names of facilities

Mental Health Rewiew Board Forensic assessments

Cheema 1 384; Orchard 1 384-5

Mental Illness Awareness Week Charles 1 583; Orchard 1 583-4

Mentally handicapped Day programs

Gray 1 344, 224 1 ; Oleson 1 344, 224 1 Documentation request

Oleson 1 1 20; Wasylycia-Leis 1 1 20 Employment programs funding

Filmon 4290, 4955; Oleson 1 1 58, 5 1 82, 5237; Wasylycia-Leis 1 1 57-8, 4290, 4955, 5237

Granting formula Harapiak 3590; Oleson 3590

Program availability Gray 678; Oleson 678

Residential care Gray 678; Oleson 678

Service reduction Carstairs 1 1 9 1 ; Filmon I 036;

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1 60

Mentally handicapped-Con/. Gray I 036; Oleson 1 1 20, 1 1 9 1 ; Wasylycia-Leis 1 1 20

Space creation Gray 678; Oleson 678

Waiting list Gray 1 344; Oleson 1 344

Merrill Lynch Seniors' phone services

Downey 3947-8

Messages Capital Supply Administrator

Manness 34 1 Main Supply Administrator

Manness 34 1 See also Sessional Papers

Migratory Game Birds Act Treaty rights

H. Driedger 2079; Enns 2079

Mikado Mine - Bag Bay Information release

Cummings 1 6 1 0- 1 ; Taylor 1 6 1 0- 1 Mercury contamination

Cummings 1 6 1 6; Hemphill 1 6 1 5-6 Retention ponds

Cummings 1 609- 1 0; Taylor 1 609- 1 0

Minebea Co. Ltd. Hog breeding farm

Findlay 222; Helwer 235 Spinoff sales

Findlay 629 Status

L.E. Evans 1 323-4; Findlay 1 323-4

MINENKO, Mark (LIB, Sewen Oaks) Agriculture (Supply)

Agricultural Development and Marketing Marketing Branch

Other Expenditures 1 333-4 Policy and Economics Division 1 4 1 1 -4 Regional Agricultural Services Division

1 336 Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 99) 2r 5742-7

Budget Debate 500-5

Business Names Registration Amendment Act (Bill 24)

2r 3540- 1 Business Practices Act

( Bill 64) 2r 390 1 -4

Constitution Amendment. 1 987 6036-8

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (3) (Bill 63)

2r 3895-8 Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)

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MINENKO, Mark (LIB, Seven Oaks}-Cont. Co-operative/Credit Union Development

Salaries 30 I 1 -4 Education and Training (Supply)

Post-Secondary, Adult and Continuing Education and Training

Adult and Continuing Education Salaries 4932

Market Driven Training Salaries 4935-9

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 799-800 Fatality Inquiries Act

(Bill 65) 2r 4427-9, 4883-5

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27)

2r 1 1 28-30 Health (Supply)

Administration and Finance Research and Planning

Salaries 2344 Manitoba Health Services Commission

326 1 -2 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (4)

(Bill 4 1 ) 2 r 4942-3

Industry, Trade and Tourism (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Ernst) 4438-9 Response

(L.S. Evans) 4439-40 4439

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 4440 Finance and Administration

Other Expenditures 445 1 Salaries 4450

Fitness Directorate Salaries 453 1 -.J.

Grant Assistance Salaries 445 1

Industry and Trade Division Financial Programs

Salaries 4525-6 Technology Commercialization 4527

Health Industry Development I nitiative Salaries 4529

Industry Investment Promotion 4522-4 Sectoral Development

4452-4, 4456-8, 45 1 8-20, 452 1 -2 Strategic Planning

Salaries 444 1 -4, 4448-50 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) 2r 927-8

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2) (Bill 90)

c;w 4052-6

Hansard Index

161

MINENKO, Mark (LIB, Seven Oaks}-Cont. International Sale of Goods Act

(Bill 7) 2r 1 358-62

Land Surveyors Amendment Act (Bill 40)

2r 2976-9 Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act

(Bill 2) 2r 1 732-4

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 3400- 1 ; c;w 3566-9, 3646-8 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Amendment Act ( Bill 1 3) 2r 645-6, 3625-7

Non-Political Statements Bratun, Rostyslav

M.P. for the Ukraine Congress of Peoples Deputies U.S.S.R. 5446

Remembrance Day 2690 Shevchenko, Taras

!75th anniversary of birth 1 1 97-8 Slotin, Louis

Winnipeg scientist, death of 4495 Ukraine elections 5655 Ukraine Independence 45 ! 6-7 Ukrainian Christmas 4088

Oral Questions Bank of Canada rate

I mpact small business 5754 Business Start Program

Funding 42 1 Start-up 5754

Canada-U.S.S.R. trade Manitoba representation 2878

Community newspapers Distribution assistance program 889

Consumer protection legislation Memberships inclusion 2282

Ethnic newspapers Distribution assistance program 889

European Health Spa Closure 228 1 Safety standards 2282

Free Trade Agreement Labour adjustment

Funding 1 1 25 Strategy 1 1 25

Older workers Labour adjustment 4973, 5092-3 Program

Co-ordination 4973 Responsibility 5092

Ottawa lobby office Role 2878

Portage Ia Prairie Labour adjustment strategy 1 1 25

Publishing industry Distribution assistance program 889

Regional development Policy 422

Rural economic development

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MINENKO, Mark (LIB, Sefen Oaks)----Cont. Strategy 2 1 56-7, 3245-6

Triman Industries Ltd. Closure 3245

Vision Capital Fund Start-up 5754

Wang Imaging Centre Manitoba proposals 42 I

Orders for Return No. I 3, dated February 23, I 990

( Minenko) 5520 McCrae 5520

Physically Disabled Persons Parking Act (Bill 88)

I r 5477; 2r 5776-8; RJS 5942; Rj A 5958 Points of Order

P/0 by Lamoureux respecting words "Sit down, boy" (Orchard) referencing Cheema 896; Doer 896; Orchard 896; Members cautioned ( Minenko) 896; apology submitted (Orchard) 901 ; apology accepted (Cheema) 903

P /0 by McCrae respecting political nature of non-political statement (Minenko) 5655; Alcock 5655; Member cautioned 5655

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Churchill Rocket Range 5 1 05-8 Goods and services tax 2677-8

Public Schools Amendment Act (Bill 59)

2r 4499-4502 Real Estate Brokers Amendment Act (2)

(Bil l 76) 2r 3988-90

Rural Development (Supply) Rural Economic Development

Grants 2 1 09- 1 3 Surface Rights Board

Other Expenditures 2040 Securities Amendment Act

(Bill 72) 2r 5426-7

Statute Law Amendment Act (Bill 1 02)

CJW 5924-5 Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 1 00) 2r 5798-5802

Throne Speech Debate 83-8

Unfair Business Practices Act (Bill 2 1 )

2 r 2042-4 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 905-6

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 06 1 -2

Hansard Index

1 62

Minimum wage Increase

Cowan 3422-3; Hammond 3422-3; Manness 3422

Mining Reserve Fund LynnGold employees

Edwards 5888; Hammond 5888 Totals

Edwards 5888; Manness 5888

Mining tax Impact Thompson, Manitoba

Alcock 4708; Manness 4708 Revenue estimate

Alcock 4708; Manness 4708

Mini-Skool Closure

Wasylycia-Leis 1 09 1 Replacement centre

Oleson 1 295, 1 43 1 ; Wasylycia-Leis 1 295, 1 43 1

Ministerial Statements Advisory Council on Agri-Food

Impacts of Change Findlay 2527

Response Doer 2527 L.E. Evans 2527

Apprenticeship in Manitoba 45th Anniversary

Hammond 1 443 Response

Ashton 1 444 Edwards 1 443-4

Bedson, Derek Death of former Clerk of Executive Council of Manitoba

Filmon 9 Response

Carr 9 Doer 1 0

Child Abuse Treatment Service expansion

Oleson 597 Response

Gray 597-8 Wasylycia-Leis 598

Curtis, Charles Vanier Medal recipient

Manness 969 Response

Alcock 969-70 Doer 970

Drinking and Driving Legislation Implementation

McCrae 2430 Response

Doer 243 1 Edwards 2430-1

Ecole Polytechnique (Montreal) Student shootings

Hammond 3582

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Ministerial Statements-Cont. Response

Carstairs 3582-3 Wasylycia-Leis 3583

Elder Abuse Discussion Paper Public consultations

Downey 2277 Response

Cowan 2277-8 Gray 2277

Forestry Month Enns 30

Response Charles 30- 1 Harapiak 3 1

Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Environmental order issued

Cummings 8 1 1 Response

Storie 8 1 1 - 2 Taylor 8 1 1

International Women's Day Hammond 58 1 7-8

Response Gray 58 1 8 Wasylycia-Leis 58 1 8-9

Ladco Land Development Deal Ducharme 90

Response Cowan 90 Lamoureux 90

Manitoba Export Awards Ernst 2468

Response Carstairs 2468 L.S. Evans 2468

Manitoba Hydro Ontario Hydro Agreement

Filmon 358 1 Response

Carstairs 358 1 Doer 358 1 -2

Seasonal Diversity Agreements Neufeld 3069

Response Angus 3069-70 Storie 3070

Manitoba HydroBonds Manness 447

Response Angus 447 Ashton 447-8

Manitoba Telephone System Jurisdictional Control

Filmon 1 964-5 Response

Carstairs 1 965 Doer 1 965

Service for the Future Program Findlay 2376

Response Doer 2377 Roch 2376-7

Hansard Index

1 63

Ministerial Statements-Cont. Meech Lake Accord

Manitoba Task Force Report Filmon 2073

Response Carstairs 2073 Doer 2073-4

National Safe Driving Week 34th Annual

A. Driedger 34 1 7 Response

Mandrake 34 1 7 Storie 341 7-8

Northern Community Recreation Program Downey 1 963-4

Response H. Driedger 1 964 Harper 1 964

Partners for People Skills Development Strategy Paper

Derkach 2508 Response

L.S. Evans 2508 Yeo 2508

Person's Day 60th Anniversary

Hammond 1 965-6 Response

Gray 1 966 Wasylycia-Leis 1 966-7

Provincial Court backlog reduction McCrae 1 1 90

Response Carstairs 1 1 90 Hemphill 1 1 90- 1

Provincial Court backlog elimination McCrae 4080

Response Doer 4080-1 Edwards 4080

Public Accounts Availability

Manness 4706 Response

Alcock 4706 L.S. Evans 4706

Remembrance Day Downey 2682

Response Chornopyski 2682 Wasylycia-Leis 2682

St. Boniface General Hospital World Health Organization Collaborating Centre

Orchard 3487 Response

Cheema 3487 Doer 3487

Milk Recording Corporation Responsibility

L.E. Evans 1 550; Findlay 1 550

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Minority language rights Premier's position

Carr 5683; Carstairs 1 2 1 5 ; Filmon 1 2 1 5, 5683

Prime Minister's position Carstairs 1 2 1 5; Filmon 1 2 1 5

Misericordia Hospital Bed shortage

Doer 2433; Orchard 2433 Capital projects

Doer 2434; Orchard 2434 Nurse shortage

Doer 2378; Orchard 2378-9 Radiation leak

Doer 2379; Orchard 2379 Renovation plans

Doer 2434; Orchard 2434 Ward evacuations

Doer 2379; Orchard 2379

MITCHELSON, Hon. Bonnie (PC, River East) (Minister of Culture, Heritage and

Recreation) (Minister charged with the

administration of The Manitoba Lotteries Foundation Act)

Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 99)

2r 5854-7 Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply)

Opening Remarks 2557-60

Response (Charles) 2560- 1

Administration and Finance Communications

Salaries 2567-9 Executive Support

Salaries 256 1 -7 Finance and Management Services

Salaries 2569-70, 2593-7 Manitoba Film Classification Board

Salaries 2597-8 Minister's Salary 2772-4, 2805- 1 7

Communication and Information Resources Executive Administration

Salaries 2767-8 Management and Purchasing

Salaries 2768 Provincial Archives

Salaries 277 1 Queen's Printer

Other Expenditures 2770 Translation Services

Salaries 2770 Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Programs)

Community Places Program 2765-7 Cultural Resources

Salaries 2720-4 Executive Administration

Salaries 2600-2 Grants to Cultural Organizations

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MITCHELSON, Hon. Bonnie (PC, River East)-Cont. 2603-7, 27 1 0-20

Historic Resources 2726-7 Manitoba Intercultural Council

2756-65 Public Library Services 2724-6 Recreation 2727 Regional Services

Salaries 2756, 2768-70 Documents Tabled

Arts Policy Review Committee Brochure

5533 Culture, Heritage and Recreation

Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

1 860 Highways and Transportation (Supply)

Planning and Design and Land Surveys Planning and Design

Salaries and Wages 1 268 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Amendment Act ( Bill 1 3) 2r 1 002-4

Non-Political Statements Actors' Showcase School

Sod turning ceremony 1 9 1 8-9 Ahluwalia, Karter

Run for the Children Marathon 1 1 27 China - Military violence 8 2 1 Festival d u Voyageur 5 1 6 1 LPN Day 2973 Legislative Building

Heritage site designation 1 8 Manitoba Government Employees' Assoc.

All Charities Campaign 1 1 64 Mob Story movie premiere 1 5 28 Order of the Buffalo Hunt recipients

Martin Bergen, Ernst Hansch, Ernst Keller, Rubin Spletzer 1 845

Prairie Theatre Exchange New facilities - Portage Place 1 844

Royal Winnipeg Ballet 50th Anniversary 6 1 David Peregrine, death o f 658

Winnipeg International Children's Festival 349

Oral Questions

164

Anti-racism programs Funding 271 Initiatives 27 1

Arts Policy Review Committee Agenda 5534 Appointments 1 382 Hearings

Schedule 2075, 2 1 56 Participation criteria 2075

Impartiality 5534-5 Manitoba Arts Council 5533 Mismanagement 5533 Report author 5534 Rural presentations 5534

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MITCHELSON, Hon. Bonnie (PC, River East}-Cont. Civil Service Commission

Affirmative Action 4866 Community Investment Fund

Funding 1 688 Legislation 1 68 7-8

Cross-cultural education Government initiatives 4866, 5653

Crystal Casino Betting limit 1 382 Gamingfsecurity system 98, 3 1 0 Lease agreement 29 1 4 Opening delay 1 38 1 Start-up costs 29 1 5 Upgrade costs 29 1 5

Cultural organizations Funding 1 383

Culture, Minister of Apology request 654

Economic growth Cultural development agreements 4685

Ethnic newspapers Distribution assistance program 889

Forks Renewal Corporation H istorical artifacts protection 5684

Fort Osborne Complex Neighbourhood compatibility 1 56

Freedom of Information Act Obstruction - Finance Minister 1 1 58

Goods and services tax Impact

Cultural industry 1 665 Lotteries 1 382

Government advertising Community-based media 209

Library closures Government position 5 1 20

Lottery revenues Distribution policy 37 Funding, rural 59 Profit decline 38

Manitoba Intercultural Council Advisory role 57, 676 Board of Directors

Appointment criteria 654 Funding responsibilities 676 Granting capacity 36, 57-8 Russell, Grant

Appointment 526, 598-9 Resignation request 675-6

Multicultural Grants Advisory Council Board appointments 36, 1 382 Disbursement of funds 35-6

Multicultural policy development Conflict of interest 322 1 Untendered contract 322 1

Native Communication Network Funding 5652

Pornographic materials Film/video classification 3653-4, 5685

Racism Manitoba Intercultural Council

Advice 4972

165

MITCHELSON, Hon. Bonnie (PC, River East}-Cont. Racist material

Charges 5653 Riverbank housing development

H istorical study 308 St. Vladimir Cathedral

Handicap access 1 3 1 Sessional Papers

Centre Culture! Franco-Manitobain Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

58 1 7 Culture, Heritage and Recreation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

3848 Legis Ia tive Library

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Manitoba Arts Council

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

5575 Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

5234 Manitoba I ntercultural Council

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 49 Manitoba Lotteries Foundation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 52 1 Throne Speech Debate

1 82-7 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba 5474-5

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 903-5 Effects on Manitobans 1 105-6

Mob Story Movie premiere

Hemphill 1 528; M itchelson 1 528

Molson Brewery Beer distribution policy

Praznik 1 68 Merger

Ernst 425

Monarch Metal Scrap Yard Soil contamination

Carr 361 5-7; Cummings 36 1 5-7

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Monnin, Alfred Retirement, Chief Justice Manitoba Court of Appeal

Gaudry 4867-8; McCrae 4868

Montrose School Pesticide spraying

Cummings 732-3; Wasylycia-Leis 732

Moray Street Bridge See Charleswood Corridor

Morden College Inspection

Derkach 4998-9; Yeo 4998

Morden Reservoir Low water levels

Charles 55 1 9; Enns 55 1 9

Motor Vehicle Lemon Law Act (Bill 43)

l r Maloway 1 378

Motor Vehicle Standards Act (Bill 15)

l r Maloway 3 1

Multicultural Grants Adtisory Council Board appointments

Charles 36, 1 382; Mitchelson 36, 1 382

Disbursement of funds Charles 35; Mitchelson 35

Multicultural policy detelopment Conflict of interest

Hemphill 322 1 ; Mitchelson 322 1 Untendered contract

Hemphill 322 1 ; Mitchelson 322 1

Municipal Affairs, Committee on 1 st Report

Pankratz 2505-8 2nd Report

Helwer 4258-63

Municipal Assessment Act Public presentations

McCrae 3986; Plohman 3986-7

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 20)

I r Yeo 448; 2r Cummings 3630, 377 1 -2; A. Driedger 3629; H. Driedger 3772-3; Lamoureux 3629-30; Manness 3773; Storie 2500-2; Yeo 1 958; ruled out of order 4940

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (2) (Bill 37)

I r Roch 1 378; 2r Roch 1 96 1 -2; ruled out of order 4941

Municipal Assessment and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 79)

I r Penner 2299; 2r Ashton 3836-8; Carr 383 1 -3; Doer 3800-2; H. Driedger 3795-9;

Hansard Index

166

Municipal Assessment and Consequential-Cont. Ducharme 3799-3800; Penner 2652-4, 3838-40; Plohman 3790-5; Uruski 3833-6· R/S Penner 4270- J ; Plohman 427 1 ; Taylor 427 1 ; 3 r Ashton 428 1 -2; Charles 4279-80; Enns 428 1 ; Harper 4276-80; Patterson 4282; Penner 4272, 4282; Plohman 4272, 4280; Roch 4272-6; Taylor 4280- 1 ; R/ A 4282

Municipal assessments Consultations

Penner 1 347; Plohman 1 347 Legislation

Penner 1 347; Plohman 1 347

Municipal Conflict of Interest Act Amendments

Carr 1 295-6; Ducharme 1 296 Public perception

Carr 1 2 1 1 , 1 296; Ducharme 1 2 1 1 , 1 296

Municipal Hospitals New facilities

Carstairs 4060; Cheema 1 347, 48 1 4; Filmon 48 1 4-5; Orchard 1 347, 4060;

Status Alcock 3340-3; Orchard 334 1 -2

Upgrading Carstairs 4224, 4728; Derkach 4728; Orchard 4224-5;

Municipalities Direct gas purchasing

Neufeld 3985; Storie 3985

National Business Systems Photo ID contract

Mandrake 4864-5; Plohman 4876

National Energy Board Export licence

Filmon 2058; Storie 2058

National family Week Gray 1 453; Oleson 1 453; Wasylycia-Leis 1 453-4

National Indian Solidarity Day Harper 787

National Non-Smoking Week Cheema 45 17 ; Orchard 45 1 7

National Safe Driting Week 34th annual

A. Driedger 34 1 7; Mandrake 341 7; Storie 34 1 7-8

Nati•e Affairs Secretariat Director

Downey 1 346, 3762; H. Driedger 1 346, 3762

Minister's confidence Downey 558 1 ; H. Driedger 558 1

Policy

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Native Affairs Secretariat-Cont. Downey 937; H. Driedger 937

Recommendations Downey 1 346-7; H. Driedger 1 346

Staffing Downey 937; H. Driedger 937

Urban Native Strategy Downey 558 1 ; H. Driedger 558 1

Native ceremonial items Seizure - Eagle feathers

Enns 5967; Harper 5967; McCrae 5967

Native Communication Network Funding

Harper 5652; Mitchelson 5652 Provincial assistance

Filmon 60 1 5; Harper 601 5 See also Budget - Federal; Fiscal

Stabilization Fund

Native education All-party resolution

Carstairs 3 1 0; McCrae 3 1 0 Government initiatives

Derkach 5979-80; Harper 5979 Instruction, language of

Derkach 60 1 5; Harper 60 1 5 Post-secondary funding

Carstairs 309- 1 0; Doer 2075; Filmon 3 1 0, 2075

Student aid Filmon 5 1 8 1 ; Yeo 5 1 8 1

Treaty rights Filmon 601 4; Harper 60 1 4

See also Urgent Public Importance, Matters of

Native organizations Funding

Downey 5652; Harper 5652 See also Budget - Federal

Native policy development Advancements

Downey 1 346; H. Driedger 1 346 Economic

Downey 783; Harper 782-3 Provincial contribution

Downey 783; Harper 783

Native women Abuse statistics

Carstairs 4492; Oleson 4492

Natural Resources (Supply) Opening Remarks

Enns 4822-3 Response

Charles 4823 Harapiak 4823-4

Administration and Finance Computer Services

Salaries Charles 4824; Enns 4824

Executive Support

Hansard Index

1 67

Natural Resources (Supply}-Cont. Salaries

Enns 4824 Venture Manitoba Tours Ltd.

Charles 4824-5 Enns 4824-7 Plohman 4826-8

Engineering and Construction Regional Engineering Services

Salaries Charles 4909; Enns 4909

Technical Services Less: Recoverable

Angus 4909; Enns 4909 Expenditures Related to Capital

Enns 5028-9; Harapiak 4028-9 Fisheries

Administration Salaries

Charles 501 6-9; Enns 501 6-23; Harapiak 502 1 -2; Plohman 501 9-23

Forestry Administration

Salaries Charles 4990-4; Enns 4986-96; Harapiak 4994-5; Plohman 4986-90

Lands Administration

Salaries Charles 4921 -2; Enns 4920-3; Harapiak 4922; Praznik 4920- 1

Parks Administration

Salaries Charles 49 1 7-9; Enns 49 1 4-9; Harapiak 49 1 4-6, 49 1 9; Praznik 49 1 6-7

Regional Services Administration

Salaries Charles 4828-9; Enns 4828-30

Northern Development Agreement -Provincial Fire Program Development and Evaluation

Salaries Charles 4833-7; Enns 4833-4 1 ; Harapiak 4839-4 1 ; Harper 4837-9

Northwest Region Salaries

Enns 4830- 1 ; Harapiak 483 1 ; Plohman 4830- 1

Whiteshell Region Salaries

Enns 4832-3; Harapiak 4832-3 Resource Support Programs

Garrison Diversion Opposition Charles 5027; Enns 5027

Manitoba Water Commission Enns 5028; Harapiak 5027

Sustainable Development Charles 5027; Enns 5027-8; Harapiak 5028

Water Resources

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Natural Resources (Supply}-Cont. Administration

Salaries Charles 4909- 1 3; Enns 4909- 14· Harapiak 49 1 3-4

'

Wildlife Administration

Salaries Charles 5023-5; Enns 5023-6· Harapiak 5025-6; Plohman 5Cl25

Networks of Centres of Excellence Agricultural projects

Carstairs 2378; Findlay 2378 Business applicants

Carstairs 2378; Ernst 2378 Funding

Carstairs 2378; Filmon 2378 Primary centres

Carstairs 2377; Ernst 2377-8 Recipients

Carstairs 2377; Ernst 2377 University of Manitoba grant

Carstairs 2378; Ernst 2378

NEUFELD, Hon. Harold (PC, Rossmere) (Minister of Energy and Mines) (Minister responsible for The Manitoba

Hydro Act) Budget Debate

39 1 -5 Documents Tabled

Energy and Mines Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

3069 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Letter from l .Haugh to R.Buchan ( Dynamic Capital Corporation) respecting offer to LynnGold

3724 Manitoba Hydro

Perspectives 2000 5300

Northern States Power Exchange Agreement 3069

United Power Association Diversity Exchange Agreement

3069 Winnipeg-Winger Co-ordination Agreement

3069 Energy and Mines (Supply)

Opening Remarks 3 1 88-9 1 , 3 1 94-5

Response (Angus) 3 1 9 1 (Storie) 3 1 9 1 -4

Administration and Finance Administrative Services

Other Expenditures 3351 Salaries 3350

Executive Support Salaries 3 1 95-8, 3349

Hansard Index

168

NEUFELD, Hon. Harold (PC, Rossmere}-Cont. Minister's Salary 4 1 59

Energy Energy Policy

Salaries 335 1 -3, 3694-6 Manitoba Energy Council 3697-9 Petroleum

Salaries 3696 Manitoba Energy Authority 4 1 57 Mineral Resources

Canada-Manitoba Mineral Development Agreement

Salaries 4 1 56-7 Mineral Resource Administration

Salaries 3699-3708, 3744-8, 3908-25 Mines

Salaries 4 1 42-56 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

( Bil l 27) 2r 1 1 73-6

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Operations and Maintenance

Operations and Contracts Salaries and Wages 749

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 1 4 1 5-6 Manitoba Energy Foundation Repeal Act

(Bill 92) I r 3940; 2r 4400- 1

Ministerial Statements Manitoba Hydro

Seasonal Diversity Agreements 3069

Oral Questions Bill No. 1 7

Minister's support 2009 Community newspapers

Distribution assistance program 889 Conawapa Project

Employment opportunities 2649-50 Environmental impact study 1 344 Ontario Hydro agreement 1 345 Preferential policy 4433-4 Public Utilities Board review 1 345, 2644-5

Crown Corporation Public Review Act Amendments 1 579

Energy rate stabilization Program costs 3424

Farley Lake gold deposit Government purchase 2383-4

Fossil fuel products Exploration 348

Free Trade Agreement Environment funding impact 2650 Gasoline exports 4489 Manitoba Hydro legal opinion 3330 Manitoba preference clause 333 1

Gas utilities Annual rate increase 5647

Goods and services tax Impact

Energy resources I 1 26

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NEUFELD, Hon. Harold (PC, Rossmere)-Conl. Hydro rates 5648

Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Modernization 1 866

Hydro-electric resources Development 348

ICG Utilities Rural rate increase 3984-5

Limestone Employment Training Centre Reimplementation 2472

Lynn Lake, Manitoba Compensation 29 1 8 Mining proposal 1 1 60 Minister's meeting 2243, 2283, 2385 Mobility assistance program 3779 Property equity protection 29 1 8 Seminars

Government representative 4976 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Bankruptcy 29 1 8-9 Closure 22 1 2-3 Creditors meeting 4 1 40 Government proposal 2309 Mineral claims licensing 3725 Negotiations 2380, 2383 Severance pay 3723-4, 3725, 3730- 1 , 3777, 3778, 4 1 40

Legal opinion 5687 UIC benefits 5 1 83

Manitoba Hydro French language services 2382, 24 7 1 Funds recoverable 3424 Northeast line status 348 Northern States Power agreement 1 2 1 7 Ontario Hydro agreement

605-6, 2470- 1 , 1 2 1 7-8 Preferential

Policy 54 1 4-5 Rates 1 50

Project information release 1 579 Rate increase

Justification 5278 Proposal 3424

Mines Act Permit withdrawals 3777

Mining Reserve Fund LynnGold Resources Inc. employees 5687

Municipalities Direct gas purchasing 3985

Nelson-Burntwood Agreement Northern Manitoba employment 247 1

Northern communities Mining closure impact 1 968

Public Utilities Board ICG rate application 869-70 Jurisdiction - Manitoba Hydro 1 579

Silica-Sand Plant Provincial investment 1 50 Revenue source 1 50

Single industry communities Government support 1 1 60

Tartan Lake mine Closure 1 866, 1 967

169

NEUFELD, Hon. Harold (PC, Rossmere)-Cont. Labour adjustment strategy 1 968 Technical assistance 1 866

Points of Order P fO by Cowan respecting words

"a union where they are not under the influence of the Member for Churchill" (Neufeld) 2385; McCrae 2385; taken under advisement 2385; ruled out of order 297 1

P /0 by Cowan respecting word "idiot" used by Neufeld 29 1 9; taken under advisement 29 1 9; ruled out of order 3388

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Canadian Energy Supplies 1 774-5 Sessional Papers

Energy and Mines Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

4646 Manitoba Energy Authority

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 292 Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 1 1 8 Manitoba Mineral Resources Ltd.

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

342 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba 5461 -2

LynnGold Resources Inc. Intervention to prevent closure 227 1 -3

Newspapers, community Distribution assistance program

Minenko 889; Penner 889

Nickel, Grace Ceramics competition winner

Wasylycia-Leis 2285

Non-custodial parents Legislation

Connery 2686; Edwards 2685-6

Non-Political Statements 4-H Week

Findlay 2535; Gray 2535; Storie 2535; Uruski 2535

55-Plus Games Yeo 822

Actors' Showcase School Sod turning ceremony

Hemphill 1 9 1 9; Mitchelson 1 9 1 8-9 Ahluwalia, Karter

Run for the Children Marathon Cheema 1 1 27; Doer 1 1 27;

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Non-Political Statements-Cont. Mitchelson 1 1 27

Aidun, Dr. Jamshid YMCA Canada Peace Medal recipient

McCrae 1 386 Benham, Donald

Winnipeg Sun Reporter Carstairs 1 0 1 4; Doer 1 0 1 4; McCrae 1 0 1 4

Biathlon, Falcon Lake H. Driedger 5846-7; Rose 5827

Bratun, Rostyslav M.P. for the Ukraine Congress of Peoples Deputies U.S.S.R.

Enns 5446; Minenko 5446; Uruski 5446 Canada Day Poster Contest

Derkach 5540 Canadian Environmental Week

Harapiak 383-4 Canadian Flag

25th Anniversary Ashton 5309- 1 0; Carr 5309; Enns 5 3 1 0

Chalmers, Angela Australian Open Women's 1 ,500 metre record holder

McCrae 4270 Child and Family Services

90th anniversary Western Manitoba L.S. Evans 2972; Gray 2972; McCrae 2972

Chilean Elections Carstairs 3857; Orchard 3857-8; Wasylycia-Leis 3857

China - Military violence Carstairs 333; Charles 82 1 ; Doer 8 2 1 -2; Filmon 332-3; Hemphill 333; Mitchelson 8 2 1

Citation Award recipients Henry Enns and Dennis Rocan

Gray 2246; Harapiak 2245-6; Oleson 2246

Community Centres Week Wasylycia-Leis 292 1

Consumer Week Ashton 1 922; Connery 1 920; Maloway 1 92 1 -2; Patterson 1 922

Crash Test Dummies Recording contract

Wasylycia-Leis 2285 Crime Prevention Month

Edwards 25 1 6; McCrae 25 1 6; Wasylycia-Leis 25 1 6

D-Day Anniversary Chornopyski 350; Enns 350; Uruski 350

Drug Awareness Week (Selkirk) Charles 2736

Edwards, Duane 1 990 Labatt Tankard Provincial Men's Curling Championship team

Doer 5 1 76; Downey 5 1 76; Kozak 5 1 76; Storie 5242

Ellis-Grunfeld, Roberta

Hansard Index

170

Non-Political Statements-Cont. Recipient of President's Award Canadian Public Personnel Management Association

Hammond 1 7-8 Espineli, Sally

Return to Canada Doer 54 1 9; Filmon 54 1 9; Lamoureux 54 1 9

Farmer of the Year Award Paul and Dorothy Born

L.E. Evans 939; Findlay 939; Uruski 939

Fast for Learning Campaign Assembly of First Nations

Downey 475; H. Driedger 475; Harper 475

Festival du Voyageur Ashton 5 1 6 1 ; Cheema 5 1 60; Chornopyski 5 1 6 1 ; Gaudry 5 1 59-60; Harapiak 5242; Harper 5 1 60 (translation

unavailable); Mitchelson 5 1 6 1 ; Orchard 5 1 60; Penner 5 1 60 (translation unavailable);

Wasylycia-Leis 5 1 59 Filipino national baseball team

Exhibition game Lamoureux 67 1 -2

Firefighter volunteers Uruski 60

Footloose and Fancy Free Manitoba Society of Seniors Fitness Program

Downey 429 1 -2; Rose 4292 Forest, Georges

Death of Filmon 5308; Gaudry 5307-8; Wasylycia-Leis 5309

Gunston, Dr. Frank Manning Award recipient

McCrae 1 386 Guru Nanek

Celebration of Sikh religion Cheema 2735-6

Handicap Awareness Employment Day

Carstairs 384; A. Driedger 384; Harapiak 384-5

Hanen, Dr. Marsha P. Presidc:nt University of Winnipeg

Carstairs 60 Holy Ghost Fraternal Aid Society

Official Reopening Wasylycia-Leis 5846

Home Economist Week Findlay 1 0 1 5; Gray 1 01 5; Uruski 1 0 1 5

Hnatyshyn, Ray Governor General appointment

Carstairs 1 665-6; L.S. Evans 1 666; Filmon 1 665

Hurricane Hugo Benefit dance

Uruski 2285

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Non-Political Statements-Cont. Johnston, Lyndon

World Champion Figure Skater Findlay 5 1 59

Kinsmen Clubs 70th Anniversary

Helwer 5582 Licensed Practical Nursing Day

Hemphill 2972; Mitchelson 2973; Yeo 2972

Lange, Cindy Teen consumer-based TV program

Charles 2736 Legislative Building

Heritage site designation Mitchelson 1 8

Louis Riel Branch Library Opening

Ducharme 1 386 Mandela, Nelson

Prison release Carstairs 5 1 84; Doer 5 1 84; Filmon 5 1 83-4

Manitoba Child Care Association Resource Library

Gray 1 348; Oleson 1 348-9; Wasylycia-Leis 1 348

Manitoba Developmental Centre Two-year accreditation

Connery 5540 Manitoba Government Employees' Assoc.

All Charities Campaign Carr 1 1 64; Doer 1 1 64; M itchelson 1 1 64

Manitoba Marathon Angus 68 1 ; Cowan 680- 1 ; Ernst 68 1

Manitoba Winter Games Doer 5788; Ernst 5788; Kozak 5788

Manitoba Women's Institute 80th Anniversary

Findlay 5365; Gray 5366; Uruski 5365

Markus Project I Oth Anniversary

L.S. Evans 2285 Mathias Colomb First Nation

Health care funding administration Downey 1 1 27; H. Driedger 1 1 27; Storie 1 1 27

McBryde, Ron Death of former MLA (The Pas)

Carr 82 1 ; Filmon 82 1 ; Harapiak 820- 1 Mcilwain, Kelsey

International Computer Problem-Solving Contest winner

Alcock 3857; Ashton 3857; Derkach 3856-7

McKenzie, Debbie and Lars Sharp Marriage congratulations

Carstairs 978; Doer 978; McCrae 978 Mental 111ness Awareness Week

Charles 1 583; Orchard 1 583-4 Merrill Lynch

Hansard Index

171

Non-Political Statements-Cont. Seniors' phone services

Downey 3947-8 Miss Blue Bomber

Julia Van Der Zweep Helwer 208 1

Mob Story movie premiere Hemphill 1 528; M itchelson 1 528

Monnin, Alfred Chief Justice Manitoba Court of Appeal Retirement

Gaudry 4867-8; McCrae 4868 National Chess Championship

Storie 60 National Family Week

Gray 1 453; Oleson 1 453; Wasylycia-Leis 1 453-4

National Indian Solidarity Day Harper 787

National Non-Smoking Week Cheema 45 1 7; Orchard 45 1 7

Nickel, Grace Ceramics competition winner

Wasylycia-Leis 2285 Order of the Buffalo Hunt recipients

Martin Bergen, Ernst Hansch, Ernst Keller, Rubin Spletzer

Charles 1 845-6; Hemphill 1 846; M itchelson 1 845

People Transportation Safety Week Derkach 1 9 1 9; Plohman 1 9 1 9-20

Person's Day 60th Anniversary

Gray 1 975 Philippine Heritage Week

Lamoureux 455 Port of Churchill

Lobby group Cowan 456; Downey 456

Prairie Theatre Exchange New facilities - Portage Place

Alcock 1 844-5; Hemphill 1 845; M itchelson 1 844

Remembrance Day Minenko 2690

Ridd, Karen Return from El Salvador

Edwards 3223; Filmon 3223 Wasylycia-Leis 3223

Rosh Hashana Carr 1 43 1 -2

Ross, Hugh Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra founder, death of

Hemphill 45 1 7 Royal Winnipeg Ballet

50th Anniversary Carr 1 582; Charles 60; Filmon 1 582-3; Mitchelson 6 1 ; Storie 1 583

David Peregrine, death of Carstairs 658; Mitchelson 658; Wasylycia-Leis 658

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Non-Political Statements-Cont. Royal Winnipeg Rifles Foundation

Prisoner of War memorial Taylor 422-3

Sakharov, Andrei Death of human rights activist

Cheema 3858; Harper 3858; Manness 3858

Saskatchewan Roughriders Grey Cup winners

Downey 3246; L.E. Evans 3246; Plohman 3246

Schultz, Victor Carnegie Hall Music Competition

Wasylycia-Leis 2246 Season's Greetings

Carstairs 4067; Doer 4067; Filmon 4067-8

Seniors Day Carr 872-3; Cowan 873; Downey 872

Seniors' Month Carr 279; Doer 279; Downey 278-9

Shevchenko, Taras I 75th anniversary of birth

Minenko 1 1 97-8 Slotin, Louis

Winnipeg scientist, death of Minenko 4495

Smerchanski, Mark Death of former MLA (Burrows)

Carstairs 1 1 63; Filmon I 1 63; Uruski 1 1 63-4

South Africa Apartheid 1 3th Anniversary Soweto uprising

Harper 658-9 Speaker's Forum on the Status of

Disabled Persons Charles 279; Oleson 279-80; Plohman 280

Strawberry Festival Portage Ia Prairie

Connery 1 0 1 4-5 Thorlakson, Dr. Paul Henrik Thorbjorn

Death of Chancellor of the University of Winnipeg

Yeo 2 1 59 Torrie, Susan

Foster Parent of the Year Gray 1 69 1 -2; Oleson 1 692; Wasylycia-Leis 1 692

Ukraine Elections Minenko 5655

Ukraine Independence Minenko 45 1 6-7

Ukrainian Christmas Derkach 4088-9; Harapiak 4088; Minenko 4088

Uniroyal Goodrich World Junior Curling Championships

Connery 5826-7; Kozak 5827; Storie 5827

United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, 4 1 st Anniversary

Hansard Index

1 72

Non-Political Statements-Cont. Carr 3659; Doer 3658-9; Filmon 3659

Winnipeg International Children's Festival

Mitchelson 349 Words on Stage

First Annual Writers Festival Wasylycia-Leis 2386

North End Sewage Treatment Plan Sludge dumping

Charles 1 1 3

North Portage Development Corporation Accountability

Carr 4339, 486 1 ; Carstairs 4596; Ducharme 4339-40, 4596, 486 1 ; Manness 486 1

Board of Directors Carr 4288, 4488; Ducharme 4288, 4488

Cash flow Carstairs 204; Filmon 204

Cost to Manitoba Carr 4229; Ducharme 4229

Documentation request Carr 4 1 90, 4229, 4288; Ducharme 4 1 90- 1 , 4228-9

Executive salary review Ducharme 526

Legal intervention Carr 4 1 90; Ducharme 4 1 90

Monthly shortfall Carr 4394; Ducharme 4394

Mortgage Auction delay

Carstairs 45 1 2; Ducharme 45 1 2 Sale negotiations

Carr 4339; Ducharme 4339 Parking garage contract

Carr 4287; Ducharme 4287 Place Promenade

Construction costs Carr 4267, 4688; Ducharme 4267, 4688-9

Developer's costs Carr 4267; Ducharme 4267

First mortgage value Carstairs 4595; Ducharme 4595-6

Future value Carstairs 4596; Ducharme 4596

Mortgage auction Carstairs 4595; Ducharme 4595

Non-profit management Carr 4689; Ducharme 4689

Southside Portage Avenue Carr 5484; Ducharme 5484

Vacancy rate Carr 4 1 90, 4488; Ducharme 4 1 90, 4488

Village at Portage Place Cost to Manitoba

Carr 4 1 37; Ducharme 4 1 37 Financial instability

Carr 4487; Ducharme 4487

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North Portage Development Corporation-Cont. Government intervention

Carr 4 1 37; Ducharme 4 1 37 Leasing arrangements

Carr 4488; Ducharme 4488 Mortgage

Carr 408 1 , 4487; Carstairs 204; Ducharme 4487; Ernst 408 1 ; Filmon 204

Public auction Carr 408 1 ; Ernst 408 1 ; Filmon 408 1

Vacancy rate Carr 4 1 37; Ducharme 4 1 37

See also Provincial Auditor; Public Accounts, Standing Committee on

Northern Affairs (Supply) Opening Remarks

Downey 3748-56 Response

H. Driedger 3756-9 Harper 3759-6 1

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries Downey 376 1 -8, 3925-37; H . Driedger 376 1 -4, 3766-7, 3925-37; Harapiak 3767; Harper 3764-5, 3927-37

Minister's Salary H. Driedger 3939; Harper 3938-9

Agreement Management Co-ordination Development Services

Corporate Projects Downey 3938; H. Driedger 3938

Northern communities Mine closures

Edwards 1 967-8; Neufeld 1 968 Transportation enhancement

A. Driedger 60! 6; Harper 601 6

Northern Community Recreation Program Downey 1 963-4; H. Driedger 1 964; Harper 1 964

Northern Development Agreement Government initiatives

Alcock 530 1 ; Filmon 530 1 Job training programs

Downey 5305; Harper 5305 Negotiations

Ashton 2 1 58; Derkach 2 1 58; Downey 1 9 1 8, 5305; Harper 1 9 1 8, 5305

Program continuation Downey 5305; Harper 5305

Replacement funding Downey 5482, 5652; Harper 5482, 5652

Northern Development Office Relocation

Downey 1 972; Harper 1 972

173

Northern education Funding

Derkach 4 1 9 1 ; Storie 4 1 9 1 Government support

Ashton 1 867; Derkach 1 867; Downey 1 973; Harper 1 973

Professional recruitment Derkach 3 1 29; Storie 3 1 29

Northern health care Quick-response team

Ashton 5520; Derkach 5520

Northern Manitoba Federal/Provincial policies

Storie 23 1 5-21 Programs funding

Downey 5539; Harper 5539

Northern Manitoba Breeders See Minebea Co. Ltd.

Northern Tax Allowance Boundary line revision

Doer 2307; Downey 2307; Filmon 2307-8; Harapiak 2309- 1 5

First Ministers' Conference Ashton 3244-5; Downey 3244-5

Impact education system Derkach 3 1 29; Storie 3 1 29

Prime Minister discussion Ashton 3245; Cummings 3245

Removal impact Ashton 3245; Downey 3245

Thompson exclusion Ashton 1 1 25-6; Filmon 1 1 26; Manness I 1 25-6

See also Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Northern Training Employment Agency Cutbacks

Derkach 2245, 2649; H. Driedger 2245, 2649

Discriminatory decisions Derkach 22 1 0; Rose 22 1 0

Job protection Derkach 2209, 2244; Rose 2209, 2244

Mandate Derkach 2245; H. Driedger 2245

Staffing Derkach 2209, 2244; Rose 2209, 2244

Northern University, establishment See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Noxious Weeds Act Amendments

Cummings 732-3; Wasylycia-Leis 732

Oak Hammock Marsh See Ducks Unlimited Canada

Obstetrical Centres, establishment See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

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Off-Road Vehicles Act Amendments

A. Driedger 2532-3; Mandrake 2532-3 Medical submissions

A. Driedger 2532; Mandrake 2532

OLESON, Hon. Charlotte (PC, Gladstone) (Minister of Family Services)

Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 99)

5857-6 1 ' 5866-7 Budget Debate

438-43 Child and Family Services Amendment Act

(Bill 30) l r 673; 2r 880- 1 , 942-3; R/A 1 03 1

Documents Tabled Day care centres

Space expansion 4540 Family Services

Organizational chart - October 1 989 and memos relating to

4097-8 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

363 1 Family Services (Supply)

Opening Remarks 4089-94

Response (Gray) 4094-5 ( Wasylycia-Leis) 4095-7

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 4097-4 1 06 Financial Services

Salaries 4 1 20-2 Human Resource Services

Salaries 4 1 22-8 Research and Planning

Other Expenditures 40 1 6-9 Salaries 4 1 1 8-20

Social Services Advisory Committee Salaries 4 1 29-30

Child and Family Services Administration

Salaries 4464-78, 4538-9 Child Day Care

Salaries 4539-49 Children's Special Services

Salaries 455 1 -2 Family Dispute Services

External Agencies 4550- 1 Community Social Services

Administration Salaries 4 1 59-65

Operations Salaries 4 1 66-78, 4363-82, 4459-63

I ncome Security Central Directorate

Salaries 4552-4, 4577-93, 46 1 9-25 Regulations and Licensing Services

Hansard Index

1 74

OLESON, Hon. Charlotte (PC, Gladstone)-Cont. Residential Care Licensing

Salaries 4 1 30-2 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) c;w 1 030

Ministerial Statements Child Abuse Treatment

Service expansion 597

Non-Political Statements Citation Award recipients

Henry Enns and Denis Rocan 2246 Manitoba Child Care Association

Resource Library 1 348-9 National Family Week 1 453 Speaker's Forum on the Status of

Disabled Persons 279-80 Torrie, Susan

Foster Parent of the Year 1 692 Oral Questions

Aboriginal adoptions Repatriation 5980

Aboriginal child care centres Government initiatives 5980

Budget CRISP allocations 383

Budget - Federal Funding, child care 37 Impact child care services 55 1 7

Canada Assistance Plan Compliance 2733, 3 1 26

CareerStart '90 Statistics 524 1

Child abuse Schools, private 434 1

Child and Family Services Administration 449 1 Budget request 2 1 55 Counselling services 1 2 1 6 Deficits 4490- 1

Analysis 2 1 55, 541 2-3 Reduction 5787-8

Firearms reporting 523, 4430- 1 Funding formula 5788 Government communication 54 1 3 Investigation 4975 Marriage counselling 1 2 1 7, 1 783 Referrals, schools 523 Report recommendations 5787 Service reduction 2 1 55, 54 1 2 Staffing levels 54 1 2

Child care Americanization 2007 Budget planning 1 843 Corporate status 2879 Federal strategy 1 1 1 8 Funding 2007

Parental fee schedule 2476 Working group report 4435

Humphrey, Mary - Removal 1 1 22 Long-range planning 1 9 1 2 Maintenance grants 1 1 22

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OLESON, Hon. Charlotte (PC, Gladstone)--Cont. Parent co-op funding 1 43 1 Policy study 2006 Profit-based centres 37 Space commitment 1 1 1 8-9, 5786 Task force

Recommendations 1 862-3 Walkout

Government initiatives 1 862-3 Long-range plans 1 863

Workers Cost of living increase 1 658 Incentives 1 548 Legislative requirements 347 Salaries 1 294-5 Salary enhancement grants 37, 1 0 1 2 Standards 307

Working group Report 4435

Workplace centres I 0 1 2 Community service organizations

Division negotiations 2240 Daley, Mary

Emergency shelter 48 1 8 Decentralization

Vital Statistics Branch 5843 Ducks Unlimited Canada

Funding 3947 Employment Preparation Centre

Funding 1 1 58 Family allowance

Benefit changes 455 Family Services, Department of

Agency relations 2240 Associate Deputy Minister 2241 Day care director replacement 2242 Humphrey, Mary - Removal 224 1 Policy decisions 3 1 29 Staffing 1 1 20- 1 , 1 1 58

Family Services, Minister of Resignation request 1 1 1 9

Family violence Counselling availability 523 Program policy 383

Ferreira, Antonio Family Services involvement 2988

Firearms control Child and Family Services 3588

Food banks Children's use 1 66 1 Government support 1 66 1

Goods and services tax Income security programs 1 689

Grant, Nancy Custody assistance 2684-5

Group homes Client safety 2534 Funding formula changes 3 1 28-9 Meeting request 2535 Minister's plans 349 1 Policy breach 2534 Staffing 56, 2534

Head injuries

175

OLESON, Hon. Charlotte (PC, Gladstone)--Cont. Community-based programs 729

Literacy programs Funding 1 346

Manitoba Child Care Association Meeting request 1 6 1 3-4

Manitoba Developmental Centre Integration policy 3729 Readmissions 3730

Manitoba Literacy Council Granting capacity 1 346

Manley, Tricia Emergency social assistance 2685

McPhillips Children's Centre (Co-op) Funding 2733-4 Licensing 2733 Meeting request 2733-4

Mental health care Day program funding formula 3730

Mentally handicapped Day programs 1 344, 2241

Space creation 678 Waiting list 1 344

Documentation request 1 1 20 Employment programs funding

1 1 58, 5 1 82, 5237 Programs

Availability 678 Granting formula 3590

Residential care 678 Service reduction 1 1 20, 1 19 1

Mini-Skool closure Replacement centre 1 295, 1 43 1

Native women Abuse statistics 4492

Older workers Labour adjustment 4973

POWER Meeting request 4063

Parent-Child Centres Closure 2077 Funding 2077, 2304-5, 2534, 288 1 Government involvement 2534 Meeting request 4064 Minister's intervention 2880- 1

Penn-Co Group Sprague sawmill closure 2648

Physically disabled Funding 5094 Pediatric services 5094

Pinkham Day Care Facility Agreement tabling request 45 1 3 Funding 45 1 3

Pritchard Place Alternative space 3877 Emergency funding 3877 Heating costs 3877

Raggedy-Ann Centres Complaints 1 1 24 Interim director 2 1 53 I nvestigation 1 1 24-5, 2056-7 Staffing 2 1 5 2-3

Rape counselling services

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OLESON, Hon. Charlotte (PC, Gladstone}-Cont. Funding, rural 4 1 92

Residential Coalition of Service Providers Working group establishment 349 1 -2

Rural services Crisis lines funding 45 1 5

Sais, Ryan Social assistance 2732-3, 2823-4

Savoy Hotel Eviction notices 1 660 Residents' meeting 1 660

Schools, private Child abuse investigations 4341

Service de Conseiller St. Viateur Ltee. Closure 1 2 1 6 Funding 1 2 1 5-7, 1 780- 1 , 1 782-3

Single parents Meeting request 4064

Skills Unlimited Evaluation 1 1 1 9 Funding 1 1 1 9-20, 1 1 9 1

Social assistance 55-Plus Program 383 CRISP payments 383, 604-5 Citizenship questioned 3 1 26 Clothing provisions 245 Manitoba rate 429 1 Policy review 3 1 26 Rate increase 3444 Regulation amendments 2824 Rental allowance 604 Shelter allowance 3444

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities Deficit budget 5237 Funding 5236-7 Funding, rural 5343 Pediatric services 5236 Service reductions 5237, 5343

Substance abuse Crack cocaine education programs 1 3 79 Education programs 3775

Thompson Crisis Centre Closure 2822 Minister's intervention 2822 Service reduction 2822-3

Unemployed Help Centres Funding reinstatement 3782, 3850

Unemployment Insurance Commission Benefit reforms 2648

Victim Assistance Fund Rape counselling 4289

Villa Royale Project Minister's meeting 497 1 Welcome Home Program 497 1

Welfare system Jim Finlay case 245

West Broadway Family Centre Funding 5483-4, 5785

Wiens Report Recommendations 56

Winnipeg Harvest Child care servicing 1 66 1 -2

Winnserv Inc.

176

OLESON, Hon. Charlotte (PC, Gladstone}-Cont. Staffing 56, 95

Women's Post-Treatment Centre Minister's intervention 4 1 38 Waiting list 4 1 38

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Breast Cancer Screening 52 1 5 Child Care System 246 1 -3 Immigration and Human Rights 3464-5 Social Assistance System

One-tier 2047-9 Sessional Papers

Community Services Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

52 Messages - Lieutenant-Governor

Recommending Bill 67 2002

Social Allowances Amendment Act (Bil l 67)

I r 2002; 2r 2448-9, 3830; R/ A 4079 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 873-6

Omands Creek detelopment Environmental impact study

Cummings 329, 1 528, 1 582, 3271 -2; Edwards 329, 1 582, 327 1 -2; Plohman 1 527-8

Green space protection Cummings 1 582; Ducharme 329; Edwards 329, 1 58 1 -2

Government property purchase Ducharme 329; Edwards 328-9

Ombudsman, Office of See Privilege, Matters of

Ontario Ministry of Entironment Consolidated Professor Mines

Enns 2687; Hemphill 2687

Ophthalmologists Recruitment

Orchard 2006; Yeo 2006 Training program implementation

Cheema 5886-7; Derkach 5887

ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina) (Minister of Health)

Agriculture (Supply) Administration and Finance

Executive Support Policy Studies 762-3

Beverage Container Act ( Bill 1 0)

2r 5 1 44-6 Budget Debate

358-63 Documents Tabled

Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba Supplementary Information

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ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina}-Cont. for Legislative Review

1 989-90 Estimates 1 52 1

Brandon General Hospital Peer Review Committee Report

40 1 9 Breast cancer

Statistics - 1 988 2927

College of Physicians and Surgeons Memo respecting immigrant physicians

2 1 86 Health

Annual audit plan 1 989/90 2352

Review of Rehabilitation services in Manitoba (Dr. W. MacDiarmid)

1 777 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

1 079 Time for Excellence Survey results

4025 Health care facilities - Dauphin

Letter from T.R. Edwards ( MHSC) to E.W. Hawkins respecting construction

1 605 Hypertension, pregnancy induced

Community-based management 2586

Immunization Information for physicians

2927 Leaflets respecting monitoring system

2927 Lyme disease

Response to questions (Supply) 2927

Manitoba Health Services Commission Capital program - 1 989-90

3069 Supplementary Information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

1 079 Manitoba Veterinary Medical Association

Materials respecting supply of anabolic steroids

206 Medical Officer of Health

Position description, standards 2825

Partners for Health Policy Paper dated May 1 989

203 Physician Work Force in Canada

Provincial Territorial Conference of Ministers of Health

2322 Position descriptions

Executive Director, Operations for

Hansard Index

177

ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina}-Cont. Social Services Operations in Dept. of Community Services

2825 Prenatal education

Review of Manitoba enrollment - 1 988 269 1

Tuberculosis Pamphlet in Cree

2927 Electoral Divisions Amendment Act

(Bill I I ) 2r 797-9

Endangered Species Act (Bill 8)

2r 2668-72 Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act

(Bill 53) 3789-90

Health (Supply) Opening Remarks

1 79 1 -3 , 1 803-6, 1 933 Response

(Ashton) 1 798- 1 803, 1 928-33 (Cheema) 1 793-7, 1 926-8

Administration and Finance Administration and Financial Services

Other Expenditures 2347 Salaries 2347

Communications Salaries 2345-7

Executive Support Salaries 1 933-4 1 , 201 4-22

Health Advisory Network 2023-8, 2082-2 1 0 1 , 2 1 1 9-29, 2 1 32

Human Resource Management Salaries 2348-52

Internal Audit Salaries 2352

Minister's Salary 3335-49 Research and Planning

Other Expenditures 2 1 60-4, 2 1 66-78 Salaries 2 1 32-4, 232 1 -8, 2344-5

Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba 3078-92

Community Health Services (Operations) Northern Health 2794-8, 2800-4 Regional Services

Salaries 2786, 2825-40 Community Health Services (Programs)

Communicable Disease Control Other Expenditures 2543-4 Salaries 2357-9, 2387-2405, 2537-43

Continuing Care External Agencies 2754-6 Home Care Assistance 2739-54 Salaries 27 39

Dental Health Salaries 2784-5

Environmental Health Salaries 2785

Gerontology External Agencies 2737

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ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina)--Cont. Salaries 2702- 1 0, 2737

Health Promotion External Agencies 2699, 2783 Salaries 2589-93, 269 1 -9

Hearing Conservation External Agencies 2702 Salaries 2699-2702

Maternal and Child Health Salaries 2544-53, 2580, 2582-9

Medical Equipment and Supplies External Agencies 2783

Program and Operation Support Other Expenditures 2355-7 Salaries 2355-7

Manitoba Health Services Commission Administration

3093-5, 3 1 68-87, 3247-66, 3295 Ambulance Program 330 1 -3 Hospital Program 3303-8 Medical Program 3308- 1 2 Personal Care Home Program 3308 Pharmacare Program 3295-9

Mental Health Brandon Mental Health

Salaries 305 1 -3 Chief Provincial Psychiatrist

Salaries 2934-4 1 , 2993-6 Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Salaries 3050- 1 Mental Health Administration

Salaries 2840-5, 2927-34 Mental Health Clinical

Salaries 3009- 1 1 Mental Health Programs

Salaries 2996-8 Mental Health Promotions

Salaries 2998-3006 Mental Health Rehabilitation

Salaries 3007-9 Mental Health Services

Other Expenditures 304 1 -9 Salaries 304 1

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2) (Bill 4)

2r 5 1 43-4 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) 2r 897-90 1 ; c;w 1 025-6

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2) (Bil l 90)

CfW 4039-44 Ministerial Statements

St. Boniface General Hospital World Health Organization Collaborating Centre

3487 Non-Political Statements

Chilean elections 3857-8 Festival du Voyageur 5 1 60 Mental I llness Awareness Week 1 583-4 National Non-Smoking Week 45 1 7

Oral Questions

Hansard Index

178

ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina)--Cont. AIDS

Education Misconceptions 934

Needle exchange program 1 840, 22 1 2 Outreach workers 1 840 Reporting

Confidentiality breach 933-4, 974, 1 0 1 0

Guidelines 1 0 1 0 Treatment

Terminal care facilities 22 1 2 Air ambulances

Access policy 8 1 7 Transportation costs 5 1 55

Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba Amalgamation - Health Department 1 428 Budget reductions 420, 1 428

Allard, Candace Surgery costs 2532

Brandon General Hospital Anesthetist shortage 3727 Hemodialysis patients 1 664 Nursing reclassification 1 665 Peer Review Committee 1 385 Pharmaceutical consulting service

1 664-5 Brandon Mental Health Centre

Staffing levels 2967 Cadham Provincial laboratory

Infectious material storage 3982, 3985 Carbon monoxide poisoning

Out-of-province treatment 4268 Cardiac care

U.S. treatment 5 1 54 Waiting period 1 5 1 -3, 602,

3876, 4494 Chief Medical Examiner

Communicable diseases 468 Children's Hospital

Staff shortages 94, 1 54, 327 Communicable diseases

Reporting 2308 Concordia Hospital

Extended care beds 3072, 3074 Funding, capital 3220

Day surgery Program expansion 4 1 7

Deer Lodge Hospital Acute care beds 1 1 59 Extended care beds

3073, 32 1 7, 4060, 4225, 5 1 1 3, 5 1 1 5-6 Report 4863

Drinking and Driving Initiative Education program 1 430- 1

European Health Spa Safety standards 2282

Pharmaceuticals Experimental drug testing 3877 Manitoba statistics 3876 Monitoring 3876-7

Financial Report, Quarterly Health care underspending 38 1 3-4

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ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina)-Conl. Goods and services tax

Impact health care 3494 Grace Hospital

Asbestos 2469, 25 1 5 Handling 2470 Health and safety conditions 2470 Investigation 2469-70 Removal policy 2470

Head injuries Community-based programs 729, 934-5 Report release 394 7 Services 729, 934-5, 3947, 4602

Head Injuries Association Report 935

Health Advisory Network Acute care bed report 4435, 45 1 6 Extended care report 4225 MONA membership 2434, 38 1 4 Report

Delay 3072 Release 3 2 1 6

Health care Acute care beds 2005, 4225, 4435, 4601 Administration 95, 1 5 1 -2, 32 1 7 Anesthetist

Recruitment 4 1 6-7, 26 1 3 Shortage 4 1 6, 3727

Elective surgery backlog 3654 Community-based clinics 1 783-4, 4494 Emergency services 2005, 3493, 5279

Review 3384-5 Extended care bed report 4863, 5 1 1 4 Funding

Extended payment plans 3075 Mismanagement 5 1 1 4 Out-of-province treatment 3074 Out-patient services 5 1 1 4

MONA report 38 1 8 Nutrition education programs 5280- 1 Obstetrical services 4494 Physician recruitment 327-8 Policy consultants 4 7 1 3 Quick response team 4600 Respiratory technologist shortage

4267, 4290 Rheumatologist shortage 887, 4602 Services

Delivery 96 Duplication 5052

Surgery delays 328, 26 1 4, 5 1 76-7, 5 1 78-9 Cataract surgery 434 1 -2

Underspending 78 1 , 975, 1 299, 5 1 77 User fees 307 5 Ventilator shortage 4267, 4290 Walk-in clinics 5052

Health care facilities Bed closure policy 2966, 3075-6 Capital projects 2379 Dauphin

Construction 567, 2920- 1 Employee safety 38 1 4 Extended care beds 3073, 3 1 63-4

Hansard Index

179

ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina)-Conl. Overcrowding 5 1 1 3 Security systems 1 777

Health care profession Binding arbitration 3489 Immigrant physician licensing 228 1 Laboratory misuse 505 1 Nursing profession

Immunization costs 38 1 4 Pay equity 32 1 8, 3333-4, 38 1 5, 38 1 8 Recruitment 5234

Health, Department of Administration 3442, 4224 Assistance Deputy ministers 3982 Manual of administration 4025

Health, Minister of Apology requested 602, 3492 Binding arbitration position 3489-90 Misinformation provided 3441

Health plans Service availability 246-7

Health Sciences Centre Anesthetist shortage 4 1 7, 3654 Budget 1 52 Elevator upgrading 4 1 87 Emergency department

Shutdowns 3 1 64 Upgrading 3 163-4, 3220, 4 1 34, 4224

Funding, capital 3 1 65 Patient death inquest 4 1 88

Home care program Expansion 3384 New admissions 780 Underspending 780- 1 , 975-6

Klinic Community Health Centre Funding, capital 1 783 New facilities 1 347

Laboratory Centre for Disease Control Funding 1 660 Site guarantee 1 66 1

Lemay House Federal rehabilitation funds 40 1 9-20

Manitoba Health Services Commission Physician assessments 2284

Manitoba Medical Association Binding arbitration 344 1 , 3654-5 Minister's speech 4599 Negotiations 3440- 1 , 3488, 4904

Mental health care Administration 1 779 Forensic assessments 1 384 Staff protection 1 522 Survey recommendations 1 52 1 -2

Mental health care facilities Patient safety 2967 Upgrading 1 522

Mental Health Review Board Replacements 1 384-5

Misericordia Hospital Bed shortages 2433 Capital projects 2434 Nurse shortages 2378-9 Radiation leaks 2379

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ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina)-Cont. Renovation plans 2434 Ward evacuations 2379

Municipal Hospitals New facilities 1 347, 4060, 4224-5

Ophthalmologists Recruitment 2006

Pay equity Health care sector 936-7

Personal care homes Complaint process 2303 Inspection

Policy 2303 Report access 2303

Menus provided 2305 Parainfluenza

Deaths 4 1 9, 468, 868-9 Reporting 869, 2308

Sanitation standards 2305-6 Standards enforcement 2302-4, 2306

Pharmacard system Implementation 4059-60

Pharmacare Budget increase 866

Psychiatrist shortage Selkirk Mental Health Centre 1 778-9

Psychogeriatric care Initiatives 2438-9

Public health Information release 4 19-20

Public Health Act Amendments 2308

Rape assessments Rural Manitoba 4 1 9 1 , 4289-90

Red River Health concerns 1 425-6

Rheumatic disease services Rehabilitation 888 Waiting period 887-8

Rheumatologist� Fee schedule 1 686-7 Shortages 1 686

Rivers, Manitoba Extended care beds 4863-4

St. Boniface Hospital Ambulatory care 3073-4 Bed closures 2966 Deficit policy 2966 Elevator upgrading 4 1 88 Intensive care nursery 4060 Maternity ward expansion 1 348, 3073 Obstetrical capacity 32-3, 56-7 Patient turnaways 33

Selkirk Mental Health Centre Staffing levels 2967

Seniors' support services Funding 87 1

Seven Oaks Hospital Emergency services 3384, 3493

Sister Clermont Health Plan Funding 246 Government support 244 Termination 244

Hansard Index

180

ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina)-Cont. Solvent abuse

Rehabilitation programs 5050 Special Policy Advisor - Health

Dr. Lawrence Wiser 1 6 1 5 Speech therapy

Children services 565, 603 Funding 3984 Preschool services 25 1 2-3 Rural services 25 1 3 Waiting period 565, 3984

Substance abuse Compulsory education programs 402 1 Cost-shared program 420 Crack cocaine education programs 1 380 Federal rehabilitation funds

1 380, 1 428, 25 1 0, 3775-6, 40 1 9-20 Out-of-province treatment 4020 Women's programs 42 1 Youth education program

2509- 1 1 , 3775, 4060 Thompson General Hospital

Bed closures 4264 Funding 4270 Immigrant physician licensing 2078 Intensive care services 5 1 55 Pay equity 4269 Staff recruitment 2078, 4264, 4269

Thompson, Manitoba Clinic setup 2079 Physician shortage 228 1

Treaty rights Health care 5980- 1

University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine

Accreditation downgrading 5234, 5279 Emergency care program 5279 Funding 5235 Program enhancement 5235 Residency training 5235-6 Surgical training 5235

Ophthalmology program 2006 Women's Pavilion

Intensive care nursery Cross-contamination 1 38 1 Environmental concerns 1 380- 1 , 1 429 Improvements 1 429 Nurse recruitment strategy 1 429 Working conditions 1 38 1

Ozone Layer Protection Act ( Bill 1 8)

2r 3536-8 Points of Order

P jO by Alcock respecting word "irresponsible" (Orchard) 3727; withdrawal requested 3727; withdrawn (Orchard) 3727

P JO by Ashton requesting tabling of documents (Orchard) 1 53; McCrae 1 53; Orchard 1 53; ruled out of order 1 54

P jO by Ashton respecting unparliamentary language

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ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina)-Cont. (Orchard) 1 784; Members cautioned 1 784

P/0 by Cowan respecting the word "sleazeball" used by Orchard 275; withdrawn voluntarily 276

P/0 by Doer respecting words "poor, poor girl" used by Orchard referencing Gray 224; Alcock 224; withdrawn (Orchard) 224

P/0 by Lamoureux respecting words "Sit down, boy" (Orchard) referencing Cheema 896; Doer 896; Orchard 896; Members cautioned (Minenko) 896; apology submitted (Orchard) 901 ; apology accepted (Cheema) 903

P/0 by Rocan respecting words "trying to make an honest person out of the Honourable Member" (Orchard) referencing Doer 780; withdrawal requested 780; withdrawn (Orchard) 780

P/0 by Rocan respecting words "I have no advice as to whether the Member for Churchill is an idiot" (Orchard) 3388; withdrawal requested 3389; withdrawn (Orchard) 3389

P/0 by Rocan respecting word "yo-yo" (Orchard) referencing Maloway 5 1 1 8; withdrawal requested 5 1 1 8; withdrawn (Orchard) 5 1 1 8

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Breast Cancer Screening 52 1 1 -3 Pharmacard System

Implementation 1 259-6 1 Public Health Facility - Dauphin

1 604-6 Restaurant Allergy Menus 1 489-9 1

Privilege. Matter of Air Ambulance Service

Access Policy Alcock 864; Ashton 863-4; McCrae 864; (Orchard) 863; Storie 864; taken under advisement 864; ruled out of order 979

Sessional Papers Health

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

1 52 1

Manitoba Health Research Council Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 079 Manitoba Health Services Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Hansard Index

181

ORCHARD, Hon. Don (PC, Pembina)-Cont. 1 777

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Child care crisis

Day care worker walkout 1 876-8 Effects on Manitobans 1 1 00- 1

LynnGold Resources Inc. Intervention to prevent closure 2275-6

VIA Rail Cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4297-8

Order of the Buffalo Hunt Charles 1 845-6; Hemphill 1 846; M itchelson 1 845

Orders for Return No. 8, dated June 1 5, 1 989 (Storie)

McCrae 606 No. 9, dated September 2 1 , liJ89 (Alcock)

Manness 1 1 66 No. 1 0, dated October 20, 1 989 (Cheema)

McCrae 2059 No. I I , dated November 1 3, 1 989 (Patterson)

McCrae 2736 No. 1 2, dated December 20, 1 989 (Yeo)

McCrae 3987 No. 1 3, dated February 23, 1 990 ( Minenko) 5520

McCrae 5520

Orders-in-Council Release

Carr 1 083; Cummings 1 083

Oriented Strand Board Project Feasibility study

Doer 1 4; Filmon 1 4-5 Funding

Doer 1 3-4; Filmon 1 4

Ottawa Lobby Office Architectural costs

Doer 1 2 1 2; Filmon 1 2 1 2 Staffing

Doer 1 2 1 2; Filmon 1 2 1 2

Outlook Conference See Agri-Food Policy Conference

Out-migration statistics Federal support

Alcock 3873-4; Filmon 3874 Government strategy

Alcock 4646; Cummings 4646; Doer 3872-3; Filmon 3872-3

Manitoba statistics Doer 3872; Filmon 3872-3

Ottawa Lobby Office Ernst 890, 2878; L.S. Evans 889, 2878

Ozone Depleting Substance Act (Bill 83)

I r Cummings 2509; 2r Angus 3840- 1 ; Ashton 4422-4; Connery 32 1 1 -3; Cowan 441 7-22; Cummings 3 1 45-6, 4424-5; Enns 32 1 3-4; Harapiak 3844-5, 3865-6; Storie 3878-8 1 ; Taylor 3841 -4;

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Ozone Depleting Substance Act (Bill 83)---Cont.

R/S 5582; 3r Cummings 566 1 ; Harapiak 5660- 1 ; Taylor 5656-60; R/A 5837

Ozone Layer Protection Act (Bill 18)

I r Harapiak 9 1 ; 2 r Connery 2643; Cummings 3770- 1 ; Downey 264 1 -3; H. Driedger 2498-2500; L.E. Evans 2639-4 1 ; Harapiak 2205, 2497-8; Orchard 3536-8; Pankratz 3535-6; ruled out of order 4641

PCB storage sites Regulation amendments

Carstairs 1 293; Cummings 1 293 Safety and security

Carstairs 1 292; Cummings 1 1 92, 1 292; Doer 1 1 92

Schools and hospitals Cummings 1 1 92-3; Doer 1 1 92-3

Suitability Cummings 1 1 92; Doer 1 1 92

Theft Carstairs 1 292; Cummings 1 292

See also Transcona-Springfield School Division

POWA Agreement Exclusions

Immigrants Edwards 56 1 0; Hammond 56 1 0

Women Edwards 565 1 ; McCrae 565 1

LynnGold employees Edwards 5888; Hammond 5888

Qualification period Edwards 565 1 ; Filmon 565 1 -2; McCrae 565 1

POWER Meeting request

Gray 4063; Oleson 4063

PANKRATZ, Helmut (PC, La Verendrye) Budget Debate

506- 1 0 Economic Development, Standing Committee

2nd Report 2206 3rd Report 2505 4th Report ( I st Sess - 34th Leg) I 0

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 805 Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to Protect

(Bill 1 6) 2r 5679

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2) ( Bill 4)

2r 2636-7 Industrial Relations, Standing Committee

Hansard Index

1 82

PANKRATZ, Helmut (PC, La Verendrye)---Cont. 1 st Report 967-9

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 1 1 88-9, 1 4 1 4-5 Law Amendments, Standing Committee on

4th Report 5273 5th Report 5694-6 6th Report 5780- l 7th Report 5878-8 1 8th Report 5934-6

Municipal Affairs, Standing Committee on I st Report 2505-8

Ozone Layer Protection Act (Bill 1 8)

2r 3535-6 Petitions

United Health Services Corporation An Act to amend An Act to incorporate

363 1 ; ruled in order 365 1 Private Bills, Standing Committee on

2nd Report 5936-8 Throne Speech Debate

38-4 1 United Health Services Commission,

An Act to amend an Act to Incorporate (Bill 89)

I r 3723; 2r 4 1 79; R/S 58 1 6; R/ A 5837 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba 5466-8

Parent-Child Centres Closure

Gray 2077; Oleson 2077 Funding

Carstairs 2965; Derkach 2306-7, 2824; Filmon 2965; Gray 2076-7, 2306-7, 288 1 ; Oleson 2077, 2304-5, 2534, 288 1 ; Wasylycia-Leis 2304-5, 2534, 2824

Government involvement Oleson 2534; Wasylycia-Leis 2534

Meeting request Gray 4063; Oleson 4064;

Minister's intervention Gray 2880; Oleson 2880

Study Derkach 2306; Gray 2306

Parrott, Dr. James Cardiac surgery

Orchard 1 5 1 -2

Partners for People Skills Development strategy paper

Derkach 2508; L.S. Evans 2508; Yeo 2508

PATIERSON, Allan (LIB, Radisson) Agriculture (Supply)

Policy and Economics Branch Certification Agency 1 5 1 4 Manitoba Natural Products Marketing

Council 1 5 1 I Appropriation Act, 1 989

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PATTERSON, Allan (LIB, Radisson}--Cont. (Bill 99)

2r 57 19-23, 5923 Beverage Container Act

(Bill 1 0) 2r 2959-60

Business Names Registration Amendment Act (Bill 24)

2r 508 1 Business Practices Act

(Bill 64) 2r 44 1 1 -2

Cemeteries Amendment Act (Bill 77)

2r 4960 Civil Services Superannuation Amendment

Act ( Bill 80) 2r 3437-8

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (3) (Bill 63)

2r 3435-7 Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)

Opening Remarks (Connery) 2846-8, 2849

Response 2848 ( Uruski) 2848-9

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 2850- 1 Minister's Salary 30 1 5

Consumers' Bureau Grants 2860- 1

Grievance, Matter of Workers Compensation Board

Service delays 1 922-6 Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to

Protect (Bill 1 6) 2r 5 1 46-8

Insurance Amendment Act (Bill 75)

2r 4666 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) 2r 953-5

Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2) (Bill 90)

c;w 4037-8, 4045-6 Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 1 ) 2r 1 753-6

Municipal Assessment and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 79)

3r 4282 Non-Political Statements

Consumer Week 1922 Oral Questions

Workers Compensation Board Appeal delays 680, 936 Business plan 782 Claim

Analysis 782

Hansard Index

1 83

PATTERSON, Allan (LIB, Radisson}--Cont. Delays 782

Inquiries 935 King Task Force

Recommendations 679 Medical consultations 935 Pension indexing 679

Orders for Return No. I I , dated November 1 3, 1 989

McCrae 2736 Prearranged Funeral Services Amendment Act

(Bill 78) 2r 4965

Real Property Amendment Act ( Bill 26)

2r 508 1 -2 Securities Amendment Act

(Bill 72) 2r 5427-8

Throne Speech Debate 280-4

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of VIA Rail Cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 4332-3 Workers Compensation Amendment Act

(Bill 56) 2r 1 584, 2982-4

Pay equity Extension plan

Hammond 3445; Wasylycia-Leis 3445 Health care profession

Hammond 4 1 92; Orchard 936-7; Wasylycia-Leis 936-7, 4 1 92

Implementation Hammond 3445; Wasylycia-Leis 3445

Private sector extension Hammond 936; Wasylycia-Leis 936

Pay Equity Branch Funding

Edwards 453; Hammond 453

Payment of Wages Act, The Severance pay coverage

Edwards 3724-5; Hammond 3724-5

Pemberton Securities HydroBond issue

Manness 209

Pembina River Diversion Environmental impact study

Cummings 5782; Taylor 5782 Federal EARP request

Cummings 5885; Taylor 5885 Federal jurisdiction

Enns 5888; Harapiak 5888 Hearing delay

Cummings 5700, 5782; Taylor 5700, 5782

Impact farming community Cummings 5700, 5782; Taylor 5700, 5782

Minister's position

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Pembina River Diversion--Cont. Cummings 570 I ; Taylor 5700- 1

Penn-Co Group Sprague sawmill closure

Oleson 2648; Plohman 2648 See also Oriented Strand Board Project

PENNER, Hon. Jack (PC, Rhineland) (Minister of Rural Development)

Budget Debate 457-60

Documents Tabled Manitoba Water Services Board

Cash flow forecast 2 1 07

Property taxes Correspondence respecting court decision (Treaty Indians)

1 943 Rural Development

Capital debt positions 1 943

Provincial Planning Branch projects 2 1 0 1

Supplementary information for Legislative Review 1 989-90 Estimates

1 424 Rural Development I nstitute

Brandon University, Memorandum of Agreement

1 8 1 6 Environment (Supply)

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 3530- 1 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) 2r 2869-70

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act (Bill 1 3)

2r 5330-2 Municipal Assessment and Consequential

Amendments Act (Bill 79) I r 2299; 2r 2652-4, 3838-40; R/S 4270- 1 ; 3r 4272. 4282; R/ A 4282

Non-Political Statements Festival du Voyageur 5 1 60

Oral Questions Bill No. 37

Minister's support 1 841 Bill No. 79

Tax collection statistics 25 1 3 Brandon, Manitoba

Cabinet Office Provincial crisis line 1 744-5 Services - Rural community 1 744

Redevelopment funding 5537 CN Rail layoffs

Relocation 53 Rural impact 58

Civil servants Transfer notice 2970

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184

PENNER, Hon. Jack (PC, Rhineland)-Cont. Crow benefit

Impact land values 2822 Method of payment 4652

Education funding Increase 25 1 3

Health care Rural services 4729

Keewatin Tribal Council Tax exemptions 474

Lynn Lake, Manitoba Essential service maintenance 3726

Municipal Assessment Act Appeal process 4022 Committee scheduling 4023-4 Deadline 4024 Differential mill rate removal 402 1 Impact City of Winnipeg 402 1 -2 Informational sessions 4022-3

Municipal assessments Consultations 1 347 Legislation 1 347

Pit bull restrictions By-law amendments 2532

Police services - Rural Report recommendations 505 1

Property taxes Decrease 25 14

Regional development Policy 422

Repap Manitoba Inc. Cutting areas 2648-9

Rural Development, Department of Deputy Minister reporting 1 74 1 Toll free services 288 1 , 291 9, 3446

Rural economic development Infrastructure costs 1 1 96 Strategy 2 1 57, 3246

Rural residential development Policy 207

Rural services Decentralization 207, 1 74 1 -2, 2969 Inventory I 7 42

Rural water services Funding 382

Sewage disposal Municipal guidelines 331

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities Funding, rural 5343

Tax exemptions Legislation 1 841

Transportation industry Layoffs 976

Triman Industries Ltd. Closure 3245

Water resources Plumas district 1 974

Water Rights Act Violation 1 974

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 2680

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PENNER, Hon. Jack (PC, Rhineland)---Cont. Resolutions

Waste management 1 998-9 Rural Development (Supply)

Opening Remarks 1 72 1 -3

Response ( Roch) 1 723-5 (Uruski) 1 725-7

Administration and Finance Brandon Office

Salaries 1 727-32 Executive Support

Salaries 1 727 Financial and Administrative Services

Salaries 1 8 1 4-5 Human Resource Management

Salaries 1 8 1 3 Minister's Salary 2 1 1 7 Rural Development Institute

Grant 1 8 1 5-8 Conservation Districts Authority

Other Expenditures 2 1 1 6 Manitoba Water Services Board

Other Expenditures 2 1 0 1 -4, 2 1 06-8 Municipal Advisory /Financial Services

General Support Grants 1 954-5 Grants to Municipalities 1 949-5 1 Other Expenditures 1 948 Police Services Grants 1 952-3 Salaries 1 949

Municipal Assessments Other Expenditures 1 807- 1 2, 2029-37

Municipal Board Salaries 1 8 1 8-24, 1 826, 1 942-4, 1 946-8

Provincial Planning Other Expenditures 2040 Salaries 2038-9

Research and Systems Services Research

Other Expenditures 2037-8 Rural Economic Development

Grants 2 1 08- 1 6 Surface Rights Board

Other Expenditures 2040 Sessional Papers

Manitoba Municipal Employee Benefits Board

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

1 2 1 1 Manitoba Municipal Employee Pension Plan

Triennial Actuarial Report For period ended January I , 1 989

54 1 2 Manitoba Water Services Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

4 1 5 Messages - Lieutenant-Governor

Recommending Bill 79 2299

Municipal Affairs

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PENNER, Hon. Jack (PC, Rhineland)---Cont. Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

4 1 5 Municipal Board

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

4 1 5 Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 989

54 1 2 Surface Rights Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

1 378 Throne Speech Debate

249-53 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba 5473-4

Child care crisis Effects on Manitobans I I 1 5-6

VIA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 43 1 6-7

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (Bill 57)

I r McCrae 1 860; 2r Hammond 4398-9; R/S Hammond 5940; 3r 5944; Rf A 5957

Pension Benefits Amendment Act (2) (Bill 58)

l r McCrae 1 860; 2r Edwards 540 1 -3;

People Transportation Safety Week Derkach 1 9 1 9; Plohman 1 9 1 9-20

Peregrine, David See Royal Winnipeg Ballet

Personal care homes Complaint process

Carstairs 2303; Orchard 2303 Inspections

Policy Carstairs 2302-3; Orchard 2303

Report access Carstairs 2303; Orchard 2303

Menus provided Carstairs 2305; Orchard 2305

Parainfluenza Deaths

Carstairs 468; Cheema 4 1 9, 868-9; Filmon 468; Orchard 4 1 9, 868-9

Reporting Cheema 869, 2308; Orchard 869, 2308

Sanitation standards Carstairs 2305; Orchard 2305-6

Standards enforcement Carstairs 2302, 2303, 2306; Orchard 2302, 2303-4, 2306

Person's Day 60th anniversary

185

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Person's Day-Cont. Gray 1 966, 1 975; Hammond 1 65-6; Wasylycia-Leis

1 966-7

Petitions Bill C-22 challenge

Manitoba Society of Seniors Carr 303; ruled in order 342

Business Names Registration Act Public statement to uphold legislation Maloway 4 1 5; ruled out of order 455

Child care workers Request for maintenance grant increase Harapiak 1 57 1 ; ruled out of order 2 1 5 1 ; Petition

tabled 2 1 5 1 ; taken under advisement 2 1 5 1 ; ruled out of order 297 1

Manitoba Public I nsurance Corporation General Insurance Division closure reversal L.S. Evans 30; ruled in order 52 L.S. Evans 522; ruled in order 560

Pornographic material Adult-only video store restrictions Kozak 5838; ruled in order 5878

Roman Catholic Archiepiscopal Corporation of Winnipeg and the Roman Catholic Archidiocese of Winnipeg, An Act to amend an Act respecting the Carr 4430; ruled in order 4487

United Health Services Commission An Act to amend an Act to incorporate Pankratz 363 1 ; ruled in order 365 1

Waverley and Pembina Highway Request for safety measures Angus 3239; ruled in order 3327

Workers Compensation Request for legislative changes Ashton I 006; ruled in order I 079

Petroleum products Fuel tank spills

Cleanup procedures Cummings 59 1 0- 1 ; Taylor 59 1 0

Monitoring Cummings 59 1 0; Taylor 59 1 0

Storage tank monitoring Cummings 3985; Taylor 3985

Pharmacard system Implementation

Carr 1 6, 5362; Carstairs 4059; Cheema 5886; Derkach 5886; Downey 1 6, 5362; Orchard 4059-60

See also Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Pharmacare Budget increase

Carr 866; Orchard 866 Deductible increase

Cheema 5886; Derkach 5886

Pharmaceuticals Experimental testing

186

Pharmaceuticals-(' ont. Cheema 3876-7; Orchard 3876-7

Philippine Heritage Week Lamoureux 455

Physically Disabled Persons Parking Act (Bill 88i

I r Minenko 54 77; 2r McCrae 58 1 5-6; Minenko 5776-8; R/S Minenko 5942; 3r 5944; Rj A 5958

Pines Residential Development Airport protection

A. Driedger 3077; Edwards 3077 Environmental impact study

Cummings 2080- 1 , 3076-7, 3272-4; Edwards 3076, 3272-4; Yeo 2080

Federal intervention A. Driedger 2475; Yeo 2475

Minister's consultations A. Driedger 2475; Yeo 2475

Provincial/municipal consultations A. Driedger 2475; Yeo 2475

Riverbank protection Ducharme 2007-8; Taylor 2007

Pinkham Day Care Centre Agreement tabling request

Oleson 45 1 3 ; Wasylycia-Leis 45 1 3 Funding

Oleson 45 1 3, 4547-8; Wasylycia-Leis 45 1 3 , 4547-8

Pit bull restrictions By-law amendments

Ducharme 2532; Penner 2532; Hemphill 2532

Plant closures Layoff protection

Ashton 307-8; Hammond 307 Legislation

Ashton 3656; Hammond 3656

PLOHMAN, John (NDP., Dauphin) Budget Debate

5 1 0-5 City of Winnipeg Amendment Act

(Bill 32) R/S 25 1 8

Constitution Amendment, 1 987 6029-3 1

Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply) Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Programs)

Regional Services Salaries 2768-9

Ecological Reserves Amendment Act (Bil l 33 )

2r 1 438-42 Endangered Species Act

(Bil l 8 ) 2r 4669-70

Environment (Supply) Administration and Finance

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PWHMAN, John (NDP, Dauphin)-Cant. Executive Support

Salaries 3356-64 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

(Bil l 27) 2r 1 666-72

Grievance, Matter of Meadow Portage

Community division 734-9 Ground Water and Water Well Amendment Act

(Bill 1 9) 2r 467 1 -2

Health (Supply) Manitoba Health Services Commission

Ambulance Program 3299-3301 Highway Trarfic Amendment Act

(Bil l 3) 2r 68 1 -4; 3r 1 0 1 7

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2) ( Bil l 4)

2r 1 829-30 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (5)

(Bill 54) 3r 1 980-2

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (6) ( Bill 73)

2r 4875-9 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (7)

(Bill 74) 2r 466 1 -3

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Opening Remarks

(A. Driedger) 6 1 3-7 Response

(Mandrake) 6 1 7-8 6 1 8-2 1

Administration and Finance Administrative Services

Other Expenditures 623 Computer Services

Salaries 624-5 Executive Support

Other Expenditures 623 Salaries 622-3

Minister's Salary 1 785-8 Occupational Health and Safety

Other Expenditures 625 Personnel Services

Salaries 623-4 Boards and Committees

Highway Traffic Board Salaries 1 634

Licence Suspension Appeal Board Other Expenditures 1 635

Motor Transport Board Salaries 1 628-30

Taxicab Board Salaries 1 632-4

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Licensing

Salaries 1 535-40 Management Services

Salaries 1 529-33

187

PWHMAN, John (NDP, Dauphin)-Cant. Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Cost-Sharing Agreement 1 626 Safety

Salaries 1 622-6 Transport, Safety and Regulation

Other Expenditures I 627 Salaries I 627

Engineering and Technical Services Government Air and Radio Services

Less: Recoverable 1 39 1 -2 Other Expenditures I 3 I 8-9

Materials and Research Salaries and Wages I 3 I 3-5

Northern Airports Other Expenditures I 3 I 2-3

Warehouse Stores Other Expenditures I 3 I I

Expenditures Related to Capital Construction and Upgrading of Provincial Trunk Highways, Provincial Roads and Related Projects I 635-7

Operations and Maintenance Bridges and Structures

Bridge Maintenance 823 Salaries 754-5

District Offices Other Expenditures 828-9

Maintenance Program 626-7, 740-6 Operations and Contracts

Salaries and Wages 750-2 Transport Compliance

Other Expenditures 828 Salaries and Wages 824-8

Winter Roads 100 percent Provincial 747-8 Shareable with Canada 747, 749

Planning and Design and Land Surveys Planning and Design

Salaries and Wages 830- I , 834-8, I 299- 1 300, I 302- I 0

Transportation Policy and Research Canada-Manitoba Churchill Agreement

Other Expenditures 1 508-9 Salaries 1 507

Canada-Manitoba Transportation Development Agreement

Other Expenditures I 509- I 0 Rural Transportation Grants I 506-7 Transportation Policy and Research

Other Expenditures I 394-8, I 399- I 40 I Salaries I 457-63, I 465-8, I 498- I 503

Interim Appropriation Act, I 989 (Bill 29)

2r 947-53; c;w 1 025-7 Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 1 ) 2r 5098-5 I 04, 5293-9

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 3470-6 Manitoba Data Services and Disposition

and Consequential Amendments Act

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PWHMAN, John (NDP, Dauphin}----Cont. (Bill 98)

2r 554 1 -5 Municipal Assessment and Consequential

Amendments Act (Bill 79) 2r 3790-5; R/S 427 1 ; 3r 4272, 4280

Natural Resources (Supply) Administration and Finance

Venture Manitoba Tours Ltd. 4826-8 Fisheries

Administration Salaries 50 1 9-23

Forestry Administration

Salaries 4986-90 Regional Services

Northwest Region Salaries 4830- 1

Wildlife Administration

Salaries 5025 Non-Political Statements

People Transportation Safety Week 1 9 1 9-20

Saskatchewan Roughriders Grey Cup winner 3246

Speaker's Forum on the Status of Disabled Persons 280

Oral Questions Budget - Federal

Port of Churchill 5364-5 CN Rail

Layoffs Aversion 4228 Equipment maintenance layoffs 1 343 Labour adjustment strategy 1 452 Rural impact 58-9

Relocation 1 6 1 1 Civil servants

Transfer notice 2970 Cross-border trade

Provincial import tax 5703 Crow benefit

Impact Parkland region 5280 Port of Churchill 5279-80

Payment plan Costs 4600 Livestock industry 47 1 2-3 Minister's position 460 I Processing opportunities 47 1 2 Technical advice 4601

Decentralization Unemployment statistics 5845

ERDA Agreements Negotiations 329-30, 474-5 Renewal priorities 329

Farming industry Debt restructuring 5787 Economic growth 5754 Government initiatives 299 1 , 5786-7 Minister's statement 2990- 1

Federal operations

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188

PWHMAN, John (NDP, Dauphin}----Cont. Relocations Task Force request 1 6 1 1

Free Trade Agreement Compensation 4974 Impact rail line abandonment 4973-4

Goods and services tax Government's position 5702-3

Government Services, Department of Loans Branch amalgamation 2969

Grain Transport Study Crow subsidy payment 4228-9, 4343

Hazardous materials Designated routes 1 9 1 7 Transportation regulations 1 9 1 7

Health faci lities - Dauphin Construction 567, 2920

Infrastructure renewal Funding 5307

Manitoba Telephone System All-party committee 3549 Jurisdictional control 3077, 3548

Meadow Portage Community division 207

Review 208 Ministerial meeting 208

Municipal Assessment Act Appeal process 4022 Differential mill rate removal 402 1 Impact City of Winnipeg 402 1 -2 Public presentations 3986

Municipal assessments Consultations 1 34 7 Legislation 1 347

Omands Creek Development Environmental impact study 1 527-8

Penn-Co Group Sprague sawmill closure 2648

Police services - Rural Report recommendations 5050- 1

Port of Churchill Continued use 5365, 5580- 1

Raggedy-Ann Centres Complaints I 1 24 Investigation 1 1 24-5

Rail line abandonment Manitoba position 2079 Report response 2080

Rail transportation Northern service 4289 Passenger service 4288

Repap Manitoba Inc. Cutting areas 2648 Financial status 3385 Project guarantee 3385 Swan River Project 3944-5

Rural economic development Infrastructure costs 1 1 96-7

Rural services Decentralization 2969

Transport Canada Flight services station closure 888-9 Service reduction 5886

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PWHMAN, John (NDP, Dauphin�Cont. Transportation industry

Impact job losses 1 452 Layoffs 976-7 Safety standards 378 1 -2 Trucking

Deregulation 25 1 4 Safety standards 25 1 4

Unemployment Insurance Commission Benefit reforms 2648

VIA Rail Churchill services 2437 Cutbacks

Fare increases 4086 Impact study 1 342-3 Labour adjustment 4086

First Ministers' meeting 1 865 Government's position 1 343 Minister's meeting 1 864-5 Northern route protection 541 5-6 Perishable food shipments 2438, 25 1 4

Water /Sewer agreement Negotiations 330

Points of Order P /0 by Downey respecting comments

allegedly reflecting on persons unable to defend themselves in the Chamber (Piohman) 735; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 735; ruled out of order 978

P /0 by Plohman imputing motives ( Downey) 532; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 532; ruled in order 892; withdrawal requested 892; withdrawn ( Downey) 892

P /0 by Plohman respecting reference to absence of Member ( Lamoureux) 1 389; ruled in order (Chornopyski) 1 389; withdrawal requested 1 389; withdrawn ( Lamoureux) 1 389

P /0 by Plohman respecting reference to inattentiveness of N DP opposition critic (Connery) 22 1 5; Ashton 22 1 5; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 221 5; ruled in order 3447; apology requested (Connery) 3447

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Canadian Wheat Board Retaining oats 1 369-72

Public Health Facility - Dauphin 1 60 1 -3

Rural Post Office Services for the Disabled 3577-9

School Division Boundary Review 2776-8

Public Schools Amendment Act (Bill 59)

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1 89

PWHMAN, John (NDP, Dauphin�Cont. 2r 5527-3 1

Rural Development (Supply) Administration and Finance

Human Resource Management Salaries 1 8 1 3

Minister's Salary 2 1 1 7 Rural Development Institute

Grant 1 8 1 6-8 Conservation Districts Authority

Other Expenditures 21 1 6 Manitoba Water Services Board

Other Expenditures 2 1 0 1 -4, 2 1 06, 2 1 08 Municipal Advisory / Financial Services

Grants to Municipalities 1 949-52 Other Expenditures 1 948 Police Services Grants 1 953 Salaries 1 949

Municipal Assessments Other Expenditures 2029-34

Municipal Board Salaries 1 823-7, 1 942, 1 944-6, 1 948

Provincial Planning Other Expenditures 2039-40 Salaries 2039

Rural Economic Development Grants 2 1 1 3-6

Throne Speech Debate 1 72-7

Urgent Public I mportance, Matter of Child care crisis

Day care worker walkout 1 879-81 Effects on Manitobans 1 1 07-9

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 059-61

LynnGold Resources I nc. Intervention to prevent closure 2254-5

V IA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4292-3, 4299-300

Waste Reduction and Prevention and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 84)

2r 555 1 -6 Workers Compensation Amendment Act

(Bill 46) 2r 1 599

Podolsky, Ken Justice Minister intervention

McCrae 3423; Rose 3423

Points of Order P /0 by Alcock respecting words

"fear mongers" (Cummings) 1 6 1 6; withdrawn voluntarily (Cummings) 1 6 1 6

P / 0 b y Alcock respecting word "irresponsible" (Orchard) 3727; withdrawal requested 3727; withdrawn (Orchard) 3727

P/0 by Alcock respecting unparliamentary language (Doer) 3808; taken under advisement 3808; ruled out of order 592 1

P /0 by Alcock respecting imputation

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Points of Order-Cont. of motives ( Manness) 420 1 -2; Manness 4202; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 4202; ruled out of order 5920

P /0 by Angus respecting imputation of motives (Ashton) 3828; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 3828; ruled out of order 5889

P/0 by Angus respecting th reat of invisible axe ( Manness) 4208; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 4208; withdrawn ( Manness) 4208

P /0 by Ashton respecting tabling of documents (Orchard) 1 53; McCrae 1 53; Orchard 1 53; ruled out of order 1 54

P/0 by Ashton requesting clarification Committee of Supply adjournment 1 1 70; clarification 1 1 70

P /0 by Ashton respecting Minister's statement during consideration of Estimates 1 224; Downey 1 1 67; Manness 1 1 67-8; taken under advisement

(Gilleshammer) 1 1 68; ruled out of order (Gilleshammer) 1 224

P /0 by Ashton respecting Ministers answering question not specifically taken as notice 1 299; taken under advisement 1 299; ruled in order 1 575

P /0 by Ashton respecting unparliamentary language (Orchard) 1 784; Members cautioned 1 784

P /0 by Ashton respecting words "the Member of Hypocrisy" (Taylor) referencing Wasylycia-Leis 1 842; Taylor 1 842; taken under advisement 1 842; ruled out of order 2 1 58

P /0 by Ashton respecting political nature of non-political statements 1 920; Cowan 1 920; McCrae 1 920; taken under advisement 1 920- 1 ; Members cautioned 2 1 58-9

P /0 by Ashton respecting use of points of order 2659; Members cautioned (Chornopyski) 2659

P /0 by Ashton respecting reference to absence of Member ( Filmon) 3 1 28; ruled in order 3 1 28; withdrawn ( Filmon) 3 1 28

P /0 by Ashton respecting reference to absence of Member (Connery) 3 1 39-40; Cowan 3 1 40; taken under advisement (Kozak) 3 1 40; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

P /0 by Ashton respecting alleged reflection upon the Chair (Connery)

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1 90

Points of Order-Cont. 3 1 40; McCrae 3 1 4 1 ; previously taken under advisement

(Kozak) 3 1 4 1 P / 0 by Ashton respecting words

"deliberately putting false information on the record" ( Filmon) referencing Taylor 3586; taken under advisement 3586; ruled in order 5922; withdrawal requested 5922; withdrawn ( Filmon) 5922

P /0 by Ashton respecting leave denied to have Bill 3 1 remain standing (Harper) 5097; McCrae 5097; ruled out of order 5097-8; challenged (Ashton) 5098; sustained 5098

P/0 by Ashton respecting relevancy of debate (Connery) 5264; McCrae 5264; Members cautioned (Chornopyski) 5264

P/0 by Carstairs respecting comments by Connery, apology requested 26; McCrae 26; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 26; ruled out of order ( Rocan) 2 1 0

P / 0 by Cheema respecting comments by Connery, apology requested 1 385; Ashton 1 385; taken under advisement 1 385; withdrawn (Connery) 1422

P /0 by Chornopyski respecting request for legal opinion 3330; Cowan 3330; taken under advisement 3330; compromise ruled 59 1 9

P /0 by Cowan respecting the word "sleazeball" (Orchard) 275; withdrawn voluntarily 276

P /0 by Cowan respecting need to have leave for Bills to stand 2293; McCrae 2293; leave granted 2294; Speaker's ruling 2295

P /0 by Cowan respecting words "a union where they are not under the influence of the Member for Churchill" (Neufeld) 2385; McCrae 2385; taken under advisement 2385; ruled out of order 297 1

P /0 by Cowan respecting words "political expediency" ( Filmon) 2474; withdrawal requested (Rocan) 2474; withdrawn ( Filmon) 2474-5

P /0 by Cowan respecting word "idiot" used by Neufeld 29 1 9; taken under advisement 2929; ruled out of order 3388

P /0 by Cowan respecting reflections on past proceedings of the House

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Points of Order-Cont. (Lamoureux) 5636; Angus 5636; ruled in order 5636; Member cautioned 5636

P jO by Doer respecting words "poor, poor girl" (Orchard) referencing Gray 224; Alcock 224; withdrawn (Orchard) 224

P jO by Downey respecting comments allegedly reflecting on persons unable to defend themselves in the Chamber (Piohman) 735; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 735; ruled out of order 978

P jO by Downey respecting words "he distorted the facts as usual" and "lied as usual" (Piohman) 1 630; taken under advisement

(Gil leshammer) 1 63 1 ; withdrawn voluntarily (Piohman) 1 63 1 withdrawal accepted 1 785

P jO by Downey respecting relevancy of debate (Ashton) 2503; Members cautioned 2503

P/0 by Downey respecting relevancy of debate ( Rose) 5704; ruled in order 5704; Member cautioned 5704

P/0 by Ducharme respecting unparliamentary language 2975; Lamoureux 2975; taken under advisement

(Gi lleshammer) 2975; ruled out of order 3388

P jO by Edwards respecting imputation of motives (Downey) 430 1 ; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 430 1 ; withdrawn (Downey) 4301

P /0 by Harper respecting resolutions appearing on Order Paper 5967-9; Ashton 5969; McCrae 5969-70; ruled in order 5970

P /0 by Harapiak respecting word "scumbag" 5 1 73; taken under advisement 5 1 73; ruled out of order 5922

P /0 by Lamoureux respecting words "Sit down, boy" (Orchard) referencing Cheema 896; Doer 896; Orchard 896; Members cautioned ( Minenko) 896; apology submitted (Orchard) 90 I ; apology accepted (Cheema) 903

P /0 by Lamoureux respecting debate adjournment Motion 1 340; Motion ruled out of order 1 340

P /0 by Lamoureux respecting Ministers answering questions not taken as notice 3820; Ducharme 3820- 1 ; taken under advisement 382 1 ; ruled in order 5920

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191

Points of Order-Cont. P jO by Lamoureux respecting relevancy

of debate (Ashton) 5640; ruled in order 5640; Member cautioned 5640

P jO by Mandrake respecting relevancy of debate (Praznik) 589 1 ; ruled i n order 589 1 ; Member cautioned 589 1

P JO by Man ness respecting words "window dressing" (Storie) 1 89; taken under advisement 1 89; ruled out of order 350

P jO by Man ness respecting words "this government has the morals of an alley cat" (Gray) 1 6 1 4; withdrawal requested 1 6 1 4 withdrawn (Gray) 1 6 1 4

P/0 by Manness respecting alleged criticism of Provincial Auditor (Gray) 224 1 ; Alcock 224 1 ; Gray 224 1 ; ruled out of order 2241

P jO by Man ness respecting relevancy of debate (Mandrake) 5756; ruled in order (Chornopyski ) 5756; Member cautioned 5756

P JO by Man ness respecting relevancy of debate (Lamoureux) 5795-6; ruled in order 5796; Member cautioned 5796

P /0 by McCrae respecting words "children of Manitoba, who have not, particularly, voted at this time, that is why they are not looking after them" (Cheema) referencing Orchard 603; taken under advisement 603; voluntary withdrawal 729

P JO by McCrae respecting words "The people of Flin Flon want the whole truth" (Storie) 730; Ashton 730; withdrawal requested 730; Storie 730; unequivocal withdrawal requested 730; withdrawn (Storie) 730

P JO by McCrae respecting words "We have all noted with interest that there have been changes to the Public Utilities Board, I presume so it is easier for ICG to get their rate applications through" (Storie) 870; withdrawal requested ( McCrae) 870; Ashton 870; Filmon 870; taken under advisement 870; ruled in order 979; withdrawal requested 979; withdrawn (Storie) 979

P JO by McCrae respecting brevity of questions and answers I 083; ruled in order I 083

PJO by McCrae respecting brevity of

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Points of Order-Cont. supplementary questions I 086; Ashton I 086; ruled in order I 086

P /0 by McCrae respecting brevity of supplementary questions 1 382; Alcock 1 382; ruled in order 1 382

P /0 by McCrae respecting imputation of motives (Carstairs) 1 448; Alcock 1 448; taken under advisement 1 448; ruled out of order 1 9 1 8

P/0 by McCrae respecting brevity of supplementary questions 2384; Storie 2385; ruled in order 2385

P/0 by McCrae respecting discussion of House Business (Roch) 4024; Alcock 4024; Ashton 4024; ruled in order 4024

P /0 by McCrae respecting unparliamentary language (Roch) 4780; Member cautioned 4780

P/0 by McCrae respecting unlimited speaking time Bill 3 1 (Cowan) 5 1 27; ruled out of order 5 1 27

P/0 by McCrae respecting relevancy of debate (Cowan) 5 1 65-6; Ashton 5 1 66; Members cautioned (Chornopyski ) 5 1 66

P /0 by McCrae respecting brevity of questions and answers 5650; ruled in order 5650

P /0 by McCrae respecting political nature of non-political statement ( Minenko) 5655; Alcock 5655; Member cautioned 5655

P /0 by Plohman respecting imputation of motives (Downey) 532; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 532; ruled in order 892; withdrawal requested 892; withdrawn (Downey) 892

P /0 by Plohman respecting reference to absence of Member (Lamoureux) 1 389; ruled in order (Chornopyski) 1 389; withdrawal requested 1 389; withdrawn ( Lamoureux) 1 389

P /0 by Plohman respecting reference to inattentiveness of N DP opposition critic (Connery) 22 1 5; Ashton 22 1 5 ; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski ) 22 1 5 ; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

P /0 by Praznik respecting words "lap dog" (Roch) 6 1 2; withdrawal requested 6 1 2; withdrawn (Roch) 6 1 2

P /0 by Rocan respecting word "misleading" ( Cheema) 4 1 9;

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Points of Order-Cont. withdrawal requested 4 1 9; withdrawn (Cheema) 4 1 9

P / 0 by Rocan respecting word "guts" (Ashton) 45 1 withdrawal requested 45 1 ; withdrawn (Ashton) 45 1

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "and then to attack my integrity is bloody ridiculous" (Cummings) referencing Storie 73 1 ; withdrawal requested 73 1 ; withdrawn (Cummings) 73 1

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "Heaven forbid should I take the word of the Member opposite as being the facts" (Connery) referencing Charles 733; withdrawal requested 733; withdrawn (Connery) 733

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "I assume those rules will be applied to everyone" (Taylor) in response to procedural statement 784; withdrawal requested 784; withdrawn (Taylor) 784

P/0 by Rocan respecting words "My mean Honourable Minister of Health" (Wasylycia-Leis) referencing Orchard 936; withdrawal requested 936; withdrawn (Wasylycia-Leis) 936

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "trying to make an honest person out of the Honourable Member" (Orchard) referencing Doer 780; withdrawal requested 780; withdrawn (Orchard) 780

P /0 by Rocan respecting exhibit (peanuts) 1 294; ruled out of order 1 294; subsequent P /0 by Ashton respecting past practice in regard to exhibits 1 294; McCrae 1 294; Speaker's ruling 1 294

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "is not telling the truth" (Wasylycia-Leis) 1 662; withdrawal requested 1 662; withdrawn (Wasylycia-Leis) 1 663

P /0 by Rocan respecting hypothetical question (Wasylycia-Leis) 1 782; question rephrased 1 782

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "I have no advice as to whether the Member for Churchill is an idiot" (Orchard) 3388; withdrawal requested 3389; withdrawn (Orchard) 3389

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "hasn't got the guts" (Filmon) 3728; withdrawal requested 3728; withdrawn (Filmon) 3728

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Points of Order�Cont. P /0 by Rocan respecting words

"deliberately misleading" ( Filmon) 3942; withdrawal requested 3942; withdrawn (Filmon) 3942

P /0 by Rocan respecting words spoken by Member from his seat (Rose) 4 1 98; withdrawal requested 4 1 98; withdrawn (Rose) 4 1 98

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "hypocritical" and "arrogant" (Angus) referencing Manness 4675; withdrawal requested 4675-6; withdrawn (Angus) 4676

P /0 by Rocan respecting word "yo-yo" (Orchard) referencing Maloway 5 1 1 8; withdrawal requested 5 1 1 8 withdrawn (Orchard) 5 1 1 8

P /0 by Taylor respecting imputation of motives (Cummings) 37 1 3; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 37 1 3

Pornographic material Government sanctions

Wasylycia-Leis 3653; Filmon 3653 Film/video classification system

Mitchelson 3653, 5685; Wasylycia-Leis 3653, 5685

Government sanctions Filmon 3653; Wasylycia-Leis 3653

Human Rights Code review Filmon 3653; Wasylycia-Leis 3653

See also Petitions

Port of Churchill Advisory council

Findlay 64 1 -2; Uruski 64 1 -2 Budget - Federal

A. Driedger 5364-5; Plohman 5364 Canada-U.S.S.R. trade

Doer 2988; Filmon 2988, 4822; Harapiak 4822

Continued use Alcock 5358; A. Driedger 1 456, 1 463-72, 1 494- 1 50 1 , 5358, 5365; Downey 5580; Filmon 5580- 1 ; Mandrake 1 456, 1 468-72, 1 494-8; Plohman 1 466-8, 1 498- 1 50 I , 5365, 5580- 1

Crow benefit, impact Manness 5279-80; Plohman 5279-80

Government support Cowan 34; Filmon 34

Grain shipments Carstairs 1 2; Cowan 33-4; A. Driedger 1 2, 8 1 8; Findlay 33; Mandrake 8 1 8

Initiatives A. Driedger 6 1 5-6

Lobby group Cowan 456; Downey 456

Polish aid program

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193

Port of Churchill�Cont. Cowan 1 9 1 6; A. Driedger 1 9 1 6

Shipments Cowan 1 227; A. Driedger 1 226

Shipping season extension Cowan 1 9 1 6; A. Driedger 1 9 1 6

Subsidies Cowan 34; Findlay 34

Portage Correctional Institution Strip search policy

Edwards 54 1 5; McCrae 541 5

Portage Ia Prairie Economic development

Filmon 1 032 Labour adjustment strategy

Derkach 1 1 25; Minenko 1 1 25

Post-secondary education Admission policy

Derkach 2968, 3 1 28; Wasylycia-Leis 2968

Potato processing industry Impact regional support

Carstairs 4392-3; Filmon 4392-3

Power Engineers Act Amendments

Edwards 4490; Filmon 4490; Standards reduction

Edwards 45 1 1 ; Hammond 45 1 1

Prairie Housing Co-op Grant

Oleson 4378; Wasylycia-Leis 4378

Prairie Militia Headquarters Building occupants

Carstairs 1 293; Filmon 1 293 Relocation

Carstairs 1 293; Filmon 1 293

Prairie Theatre Exchange New facilities - Portage Place

Alcock 1 844-5; Hemphill 1 845; Mitchelson 1 844

PRAZNIK, Darren (PC, Lac du Bonnet) Budget Debate

3 7 1 -6 Certified General Accountants Act

(Bill 95) I r 4430; 2r 5085-6

Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to Protect (Bill 1 6)

2r 5679 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) 2r 2870- 1

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 1 4 1 8-9 Natural Resources (Supply)

Lands Administration

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PRAZNIK, Darren (PC, Lac du Bonnet)--Conl. Salaries 4920- 1

Parks Administration

Salaries 49 1 6-7 Oral Questions

Free Trade Agreement Subsidy negotiations J 1 66-7

Points of Order P /0 by Mandrake respecting relevancy

of debate (Praznikl 589 1 : ruled in order 589 1 : Member cautioned 589 1

P/0 by Praznik respecting words "lap dog" (Roehl 6 1 2: withdrawal requested 6 1 2: withdrawn (Roehl 6 1 2

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Support of Small Businesses 5645-6 Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill I OOl 2r 5890-5

Throne Speech Debate 1 66-72

Urgent Public Importance. Matter of Child care crisis

Day care worker walkout 1 888-9 Goods and services tax

Effects on Manitoba I 075 VIA Rail cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 4330-2 Victoria Beach By-law Validation Act,

The Rural Municipality of (Bill I 06l I r 5922: 2r 5922: R/S 5943: R/ A 5958

Prearranged Funeral Services Amendment Act (Bill 78)

I r Connery 2 1 5 1 : 2r Connery 4399-4400: Patterson 4965: R/S Connery 594 1 : R/S McCrae 4070: 3 r 5944: R/ A 5957

Premier Personnel Funding

Kozak 4 1 7 3-4: Oleson 4 1 7 3-4: Wasylycia-Leis 4 1 7 3

Premier's Council Economy

Alcock 4708: Manness 4708 Industry and technology

Carstairs 3329-30; Filmon 3329-30

Prime Motor Oils Ltd. Fire code compliance

Doer 4 1 89; Hammond 4 1 89

Prince Charles School Closure

Derkach 452, 47 1 : Yeo 452, 47 1

Printing industry Doer 4338-9; McCrae 4339

Out-of-province contracts Doer 4286; Filmon 4286

194

Private Bills, Committee on I st Report

Gil leshammer 5607 2nd Report

Pankrat7 5936-8

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Churchill Rocket Range Charles 5 1 06-8; (Cowan) 1 768-70; Enns 4009- 1 0; Ernst 1 770- 1 : Harper 3 1 52-4; Minenko 5 1 05-6· Taylor 40 1 0-2

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Goods and services tax (Alcock) 2672-4; Angus 4675-6; Ashton 2675-7; Charles 40 1 4-6; Cowan 3572-4; Downey 2674-5; L.E. Evans 2678-80; L.S. Evans 3574-7; Lamoureux 5 1 1 1 -2, 5637-8; Manness 40 1 2-4; Minenko 2677-8· Penner 2680; Roch 4674-5;

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Rose 40 1 6-8, 4673-4; Taylor 5 1 09- 1 1 Resolutions Aboriginal Peoples' Right of Self-government

Recognition of Downey 999- 1 000; H. Driedger 998-9; Harper 1 000- 1

Aboriginal Treaty Rights Burrell 29 1 1 : Downey 2907-9; H. Driedger 2909- 1 I ; Harper 2905-7

Boards, Commissions and Agencies Appointments

Angus 1 1 55 : Carstairs 1 1 47-9; Filmon I 1 49-5 1 ; McCrae I 1 53-5; Storie I ! 5 1 -3

Brandon, City of Urbanization

L.S. Evans 1 656-7 Breast Cancer Screening

Cheema 5208-9; Hammond 5 2 1 3-4; Oleson 52 1 5: Orchard 5 2 1 1 -3; Storie 5209- 1 1

CFB Shutdowns Ashton 4775-8; Carr 4773-5; Connery 4778-80; McCrae 478 1 -2; Roch 478 1

CSIS Agreement Renegotiation

Alcock 3292-3; Doer 329 1 -2; Edwards 3285-8; Manness 3293-4; McCrae 3288-9 1

Canadian Energy Supplies L.E. Evans 1 775-6; Neufeld 1 774-5; Storie 1 77 1 -4

Canadian Wheat Board Retaining Oats

Connery 1 376-7; Findlay 1 372-4; Plohman 1 369-72; Rose 1 374-6

Child Care System Gray 2463-5; Hammond 2465-6; Oleson 246 1 -3; Wasylycia-Leis 2459-6 1

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Private Members' Business-Coni. Electoral Boundaries Commission

Composition Charles 3685-6; Doer 3687-9; L.E. Evans 3689-90; Gi lleshammer 3686-7; Harapiak 369 1 -2

Environmentally Acceptable Packaging Charles 4560- 1 ; Cummings 4558-60; Harapiak 4556-8; Taylor 4554-6

Farm I ncome Stabilization Program Charles 708-9; L.E. Evans 70 1 -4; Findlay 704-6; Uruski 706-7

Health Ombudsman Ashton 41 1 4-6; Cheema 4 1 09- 1 0; Derkach 4 1 1 1 -3 ; Doer 4 1 1 0- 1 ; Lamoureux 4 1 1 3-4; Uruski 4 1 1 6-7

I mmigration and Human Rights Carstairs 3468; Enns 3467-8; Harper 3469; Hemphill 3465-7; Lamoureux 3462-4; Oleson 3464-5; Storie 3468-9

Manfor - Environmental I mpact Studies Angus 4676-8; Downey 4678-80; Harapiak 4680- 1

Northern Tax Allowance Ashton 2336-8; Downey 2342-3; H. Driedger 2340- 1 ; Manness 2338-40; Storie 234 1 -2

Northern University Establishment

Ashton 2570-3; Derkach 2573-5; Storie 2577-8; Yeo 2575-7

Obstetrical Centres, establishment Ashton 5393-5; Doer 5389-92; Edwards 5392-3; Lamoureux 5387-9; Gi lleshammer 5395-6

Pharmacard System Implementation

Ashton 1 26 1 -3 ; Carr 1 257-9; Charles 1 259; Cowan 1 255-7; Kozak 1 257; Orchard 1 259-6 1

Public Health Faci lity - Dauphin Charles 1 603-4; Doer 1 606-8; Orchard 1 604-6; Plohman 1 60 1 -3

Restaurant Allergy Menus H. Driedger 149 1 -2; Gilleshammer 1 492-3; Orchard 1 489-9 1 ; Storie 1 488-9; Yeo 1 486-8

Rural Post Office Services for the Disabled Plohman 3579-80; Roch 3577-9

School Division Boundary Review Lamoureux 2779-8 1 ; Man ness 2778-9; Plohman 2776-8; Storie 278 1 -2; Yeo 2774-6

Selkirk Landing Project Charles 5009- 1 1 ; Cummings 50 1 1 -3; Doer 5007-9; Lamoureux 501 3-4; McCrae 501 4-5

Senate reform Ashton 3 1 59-60; Carr 3 1 54-6; Manness 3 1 46-8

Small Businesses, support of

Hansard Index

195

Private Members' Business-Coni. Angus 564 1 -2; Ashton 5638-4 1 ; Doer 5645; McCrae 5642-5; Praznik 5645-6

Smoking Prevention Cowan 34 1 2-4; Enns 341 1 -2; L.E. Evans 341 4-6; Gray 3409- 1 1

Social Assistance One-tiered system

L.S. Evans 2045-7; Oleson 2047-9; Rose 2049-50

Urban Commercial Districts Carr 5730- 1 ; Doer 5725-7; Ducharme 5727-30; Kozak 5723-5

VIA Rail Cummings 5565-7; Downey 5567-9; Harapiak 556 1 -5; Mandrake 5564-5

Waste management Cowan 1 999-200 1 ; Harapiak 1 993-6; Penner 1 998-9; Taylor 1 996-8

Winnipeg Rivers Boating Safety Doer 3034-5; Ducharme 3036-7; Ernst 3040; Rose 3032-4; Taylor 3037-8

Winnipeg Rivers Management Angus 3 8 1 0-2; Doer 3807- 1 0; Ducharme 3806-7; Taylor 3803-6

Pritchard Place Alternative space

Hemphill 3877; Oleson 3877 Funding

Hemphill 3877; Oleson 3877 Heating costs

Hemphill 3877; Oleson 3877

Privilege, Matters of Air Ambulance Service

Access Policy Alcock 864; Ashton 863-4; McCrae 864; (Orchard) 863; Storie 864; taken under advisement 864; ruled out of order 979

Economic Development, Standing Committee Events occurring on May I , 1 989 referred to Privileges and Elections Committee (Angus) 1 8-9; Ashton 1 9-20; McCrae 20-2; taken under advisement 22; ruled out of order 3 1 1 -2; comment on Chair (Supply) Alcock 62 1 -2

Curtis, Charles, Public Servant Apology requested from Carstairs respecting comments made (Manness) 4 1 4; L.S. Evans 4 1 4-5; apology volunteered 4 1 4

Harapiak, Harry False information respecting Minister of Labour Ashton 4594-5; Carstairs 4595; ( Hammond) 4594; McCrae 4595; taken under advisement 4595;

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Privilege, Matters of-Cont. ruled out of order 5920

Labour, Minister of Misleading information respecting gas inspections Alcock 4509; Ashton 4509; (Harapiak) 4508; McCrae 4508-9; taken under advisement 4509· ruled out of order 5920- 1

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LynnGold Resources Inc. False information alleged Angus 230 1 ; (Cowan) 2299-30 1 ; McCrae 230 1 -2; Storie 2302; taken under advisement 2302; ruled out of order 4398

Ombudsman, Office of Impartiality questioned Alcock 8 1 2-3; Ashton 8 1 3; (Connery) 8 1 2; McCrae 8 1 3; taken under advisement 8 1 3; ruled out of order 978-9

Public Gallery attendance Rules of the House A lcock 596 1 ; Ashton 596 1 ; Harper 596 1 ; McCrae 596 1 ; taken under advisement 596 1 -2; Speaker's ruling 5973

Rural Development, Department of Tol l free service availability McCrae 3447; (Storie) 3446-7 taken under advisement 3447; ruled out of order 59 1 9-20

Workers Compensation Minister Apology requested from Alcock respecting comments made 1 422; withdrawn (Connery) 1 422

Professional Home Economists Act (Bill 104)

I r Gilleshammer 58 1 9; 2r Doer 5864-5; Gilleshammer 586 1 -2; Gray 5862-4; R/S Gil leshammer 5943; 3r 5946; R/A 5958

Progressive Conservative Party Agenda

Alcock 5443; Carstairs 5440, 5477; Filmon 5440, 5443, 5477-8

Federal Premier's disassociation

Carstairs 5822; Filmon 5823 Fundraising dinner

Drinking and driving jokes Edwards 2 1 54; McCrae 2 1 54

Ethnic/racist jokes Edwards 2 1 54; Filmon 2 1 54

Premier's action Edwards 2 1 54; Filmon 2 1 54

Promotional funding Filmon 245; Uruski 245

Property seizure RCMP investigation

Maloway 4820; McCrae 4820

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1 96

Property taxes Decrease

Penner 25 1 4; Roch 25 14

Provincial Auditor North Portage Development Corp.

Carr 4897, 495 1 ; Manness 4897, 495 1

Provincial Court Backlog

Carstairs 1 1 90; Doer 4080- 1 ; Edwards 4080; Hemphill 1 1 90- 1 ; McCrae 1 1 90, 4080

Provincial Court Amendment Act (Bill 70)

I r McCrae 205 1 ; 2r Doer 5496-5500; Edwards 44 1 5-7; McCrae 3229-30· R/S McCrae 5790; 3r 5790; R/ A

' 5836

Provincial/Municipal projects City Works Yards relocation

Carr 2 1 54; Ducharme 2 1 54 Cost sharing

Carr 205 1 ; Ducharme 205 1 -2 Criteria

Carr 2052; Ducharme 2052 Scrap yard relocation

Carr 2 1 53; Ducharme 2 1 53

Provincial parks Admission fees, seniors

Enns 603; Harapiak 603 Camping fees

Enns 604; Harapiak 603 Complimentary passes

Downey 604; Harapiak 604

Psychogeriatric care Initiatives

Cheema 2438; Orchard 2438-9 Training programs

Cheema 2056; Derkach 2056

Psychogeriatric Planning Committee Report recommendations

Cheema 2056, 2439; Derkach 2056; Orchard 2439

Psychological Services Centre Child abuse treatment training

Gray 597; Oleson 597

Public Accounts Availability

Alcock 4706; L.S. Evans 4706; Manness 4706

Public Accounts, Standing Committee on 1 st Report

H. Driedger 1 422-3 Crown corporations

Carr 47 1 0- 1 ; Manness 47 1 0- 1 North Portage Development Corp.

Carr 4897, 495 1 -2; Manness 4897, 495 1 -2

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Public Gallery attendance See Privileges, Matters of; Speaker's Statements

Public health Information release

Cheema 4 1 9-20; Filmon 420; Orchard 4 1 9-20

Public Health Act Amendments

Cheema 2308; Orchard 2308

Public Health Amendment Act (Bill 91 )

I r Wasylycia-Leis 3848; 2r Angus 5 1 49-50; Lamoureux 4946-7, 5084-5; McCrae 5680- 1 ; Wasylycia-Leis 4945-6; R/S Wasylycia-Leis 5942; 3r 5944; R/A 5958

Public Health Facility - Dauphin See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Public Inquiry into the Administration of Justice and Aboriginal People, An Act to establish and talidate the (Bill 28)

I r McCrae 560; 2r Edwards 594-5; Harper 595; McCrae 594; CjW McCrae 595; 3r 596; R/ A 596

Public Schools Act Sexual abuse investigations

Derkach 2432-3; Yeo 243 1 -3 Teacher certification

Derkach 2432-3; Yeo 2432

Public Schools Amendment Act (Bill 59)

I r Derkach 205 1 ; 2r Derkach 265 1 -2; H. Driedger 5430-4; Hemphill 5434-8;

M inenko 4499-502; Plohman 5527-3 1 ; Storie 47 1 9-25; Uruski 5592; Yeo 4495-9; R/S Derkach 5940; 3r 5944; R/A 5957

Public Schools Finance Board Mandate

Derkach 452, 528, 566-7, 4733; Yeo 452, 528, 566-7, 4733

Objectives Derkach 4686-7; Yeo 4686

Project submissions Derkach 567; Yeo 567

Public Utilities and Natural Resources, Committee on

I st Report Helwer 5439

2nd Report Gil leshammer 5647

3rd Report Gilleshammer 5930-3

197

Public Utilities Board Capital projects

Crown corporations Angus 1 6 1 2; Manness 1 6 1 2

Manitoba Hydro Carstairs 3543; Filmon 3543

Funding Carstairs 3543; Filmon 3543

Gas rate review Angus 4084; Connery 4084

ICG Utilities Rate application

Neufeld 869-70; Storie 869-70 Jurisdiction - Manitoba Hydro

Angus 1 579, 1 6 1 2-3; Manness 1 6 1 2-3; Neufeld 1 579

Resources Angus 4085; Connery 4085

See also Conawapa Project

Publishing industry Distribution assistance program

Ernst 889; Minenko 889

Racism Anti-racism programs

Carstairs 27 1 ; Mitchelson 271 Lapel pins

Human rights code violation Hemphill 4648; McCrae 4648-9

Legal intervention Carstairs 4948, 4949; Charles 5653; Hemphill 4647-8; McCrae 4648, 4948, 4949, 5653; Mitchelson 5653

Legal opinion request Carstairs 4948; Edwards 4649, 4949; McCrae 4649, 4948-9

Order for seizure Edwards 4649; McCrae 4649-50

Private prosecution Carstairs 4948; Edwards 4649; McCrae 4649, 4948

Poster Justice Department review

Harper 465 1 ; McCrae 465 1 Signature investigation

Harper 465 1 ; McCrae 465 1 See also Human Rights Code; Meech Lake

Accord; Red River Community College

Radiation protection Program staffing

Hammond 4268; Harapiak 4268 Program status

Hammond 4268; Harapiak 4268

Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project Agreement

Cummings 2280, 4284; Doer 2279-80; Taylor 4284

Compensation agreement Charles 2279; Enns 2279

Construction suspension

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Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project-Coni. Cummings 4228, 4336; Downey 34 1 9; Enns 4065; Harapiak 341 9; Taylor 4065, 4228, 4336

Design changes Cummings 4397; Taylor 4397

Draft agreement Cummings 4336-7; Taylor 4336-7

Endangered species Enns 349; Harapiak 349

Environmental Concerns

Harapiak 435-6 Hearing process

Carstairs 272; Cummings 272 Impact study

Carstairs 272, I 007; Charles 2278-9; Cummings 272, 783, I 007, 4083; Doer 4083; Enns 349, 2278-9; Filmon 1 5; Harapiak 349, 4892-3; Taylor 1 5 , 783

Government position Cummings 4396-7; Taylor 4396

Independent panel review Cummings 4284, 4337; Taylor 4284, 4337

Legal Compliance

Cummings 473 1 ; Taylor 473 1 I ntervention

Carstairs 34 18 ; Cummings 4083, 4284-5; Doer 4083; Downey 34 1 8; A. Driedger 341 8; Taylor 4284-5

Licensing Cummings 3709- 1 0, 4228; Downey 341 9; Enns 4065; Harapiak 341 9; Taylor 4065, 3 7 1 0, 4228

Manitoba interests Cummings 4336; Taylor 4336

Natural Resources involvement Enns 4064-5; Taylor 4064

Operation startup Cummings 4730; Taylor 4730

Water quality Cummings 2280, 3276-7; Doer 2280 Harapiak 3276-7

Water retention Cummings 473 1 ; Taylor 4730- 1

Raggedy-Ann Day Care Centre Complaints

Oleson 1 1 24; Plohman 1 1 24 Interim director

Oleson 2 1 53; Wasylycia-Leis 2 1 53 Investigation

Edwards I 097; Oleson 1 1 24-5, 2056-7; Plohman I I 08, I 1 24-5; Wasylycia-Leis 2056-7

Staffing Oleson 2 1 52-3; Wasylycia-Leis 2 1 52-3

Rail line abandonment All-party meeting

A. Driedger 4343; Mandrake 4343 Government position

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198

Rail line abandonment-Cont. A. Driedger 2077; Mandrake 2077

Manitoba position A. Driedger 2079-80; Plohman 2079

Report release A. Driedger 2080; Plohman 2080

Northern route protection A. Driedger 4343; Mandrake 4343

Rail transportation Northern service

A. Driedger 4289; Plohman 4289 Northern route protection

A. Driedger 4343; Mandrake 4343 Passenger service

A. Driedger 4288; Plohman 4288

Raja Yoga Centre Funding

Charles 2765-6; Mitchelson 2766

Rape assessments Rural Manitoba

Charles 4 1 9 1 , 4289; Orchard 4 1 9 1 , 4289

Rape Counselling Services Rural Manitoba

Gray 4 1 92; Oleson 4 1 92 Funding

Gray 4 1 92; Oleson 4 1 92

Ray St. Germaine Productions Limited Untendered contract

Charles 2724; Mitchelson 2724

Red meat forum Recommendations

L.E. Evans 277; Findlay 277

Red Meat Stabilization Program Subsidies

L.E. Evans 385 1 ; Findlay 385 1 Impact Manitoba

L.E. Evans 2238; Findlay 2238

Red River City of Winnipeg

Charles 1426, 221 3; Cummings 22 1 3; Ducharme 1 426

Management plan Charles 1425; Cummings 1 425

Red River Community College Cross-cultural policy

Derkach 4900; Yeo 4900 President reporting

Derkach 253 1 ; Yeo 253 1 Racism complaint

Derkach 4900; Yeo 4900 Regional centres

Derkach 275; Yeo 274 Student affairs

Derkach 2530- 1 , 2684; Yeo 2530- 1 , 2684

Red River Exhibition Relocation

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Red River Exhibition-Con/. Ducharme 330; Mandrake 330

Real Estate Brokers Amendment Act (Bill 36)

l r Maloway 1 1 1 8

Real Estate Brokers Amendment Act (2) (Bill 76)

I r McCrae 205 1 ; 2r Connery 2446-7; Maloway 3990-2; Minenko 3988-90; 3r 4078; R/ A 4079

Real Property Amendment Act (Bill 26)

I r Maloway 377; 2r Maloway 1 654-5; McCrae 1 956-8; Patterson 508 1 -2

Regional development Policy

Minenko 422; Penner 422

Reid, Ray Inquest

McCrae 522

Remand Centre Construction start

Edwards 4062-3, 5 1 79-80, 5239; McCrae 4062-3, 5 1 80, 5239-40

John Howard Society Recommendations

Edwards 5 1 80; McCrae 5 1 80 Medical observation unit

Edwards 5 1 80; McCrae 5 1 80 Suicide investigation

Edwards 5239; McCrae 5239

Remembrance Day Chornopyski 2682; Downey 2682; Minenko 2690; Wasylycia-Leis 2682

Repap Manitoba Inc. Asset recovery

Angus 282 1 ; Man ness 282 1 Clean Environment Commission

Cummings 1 09; Harapiak 435-6 Construction schedule

Angus 2734; Manness 2734 Contractual obligations

Angus 3443; Manness 3443 Cutting areas

Angus 2734; Charles 4990-2; Cummings 1 27-8; Doer 1 27-8; Enns 4986; Harper 238; Manness 2734; Penner 2648; Plohman 2648-9, 4986-90

Discharge levels Cummings 3280; Harapiak 3279-80

Emission standards Cummings 5536; Taylor 5535

Environmental hearings Angus 1 26-7, 2734; Cummings 1 26-7, 2734

Environmental impact study Filmon 558; Harapiak 4893-4

Environmental impact study - U .S.

Hansard Index

1 99

Repap Manitoba Inc.-Cont. Angus 2473; Cummings 2473

Environmental licensing Angus 4436; Cummings 4436-7

Changes Angus 4900; Cummings 4900

Monitoring Angus 4864; Filmon 4864

Suspension request Cummings 5535-6; Taylor 5535-6

Environmental lobbying Angus 4864, 4900; Cummings 4900; Filmon 4865

Financial status Manness 3385; Plohman 3385

Manufacturing equipment tax Doer 328; Filmon 328

Phase 2 Approvals Angus 4340; Cummings 4340

Profits Carstairs 35 1

Project guarantees Manness 3385; Plohman 3385

Reforestation Charles 4992-3; Cummings 37 1 0- 1 ; H . Driedger 232; Enns 4992-3; Taylor 37 1 0-2

Road construction commitment Angus 839; A. Driedger 836-9; Mandrake 839; Plohman 836-9

Swan River Project Angus 282 1 , 3443-4, 4340, 4436; Carstairs 34 1 8-9; Cummings 4340; Man ness 282 1 , 34 1 9, 3443-4, 3944-5, 4435, 4436; Plohman 3944-5

Reports Tabled See Documents Tabled; Sessional Papers

Residential Coalition of Service Providers Working group establishment

Gray 349 1 -2; Oleson 349 1 -2

Residential Rehabilitation Program Delays

Ducharme I 0 I I ; Lamoureux I 0 I I

Residential Tenancies Act (Bill 42)

I r Ducharme 1 378; 2r Ashton 4079; Cowan 2225-3 1 ; Doer 223 1 -7; Ducharme 1 747-50; Harapiak 2897-2902; Harper 2665-7; Lamoureux 2063-7; Rose 2894-6

Restaurant allergy menus See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Rheumatic Disease Services Rehabilitation

Cheema 888; Orchard 888 Waiting period

Cheema 887-8; Orchard 888

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Rheumatologists Fee schedules

Doer 1 686-7; Orchard 1 686-7 Shortages

Cheema 4602; Doer 1 685-6; Orchard 1 686, 4602

Ridd, Karen Arrest - El Salvador

Carstairs 2986; Cummings 2986; Doer 2987; Filmon 2987

Return from El Salvador Edwards 3223; Filmon 3223; Wasylycia-Leis 3223

Riverbank housing development Environmental impact study

Carr 5702; Cummings 5702 Government support

Carr 308; Ducharme 308 Historical study

Carr 308; Mitchelson 308 Noise level

Carr 308; A. Driedger 308

Robert H. Smith School Child care spaces

Carstairs 3871 -2; Derkach 3871 -2, 3820, 3945; Yeo 3820

ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain) (Speaker of The House)

Announcements Edwards, Paul and wife Anne

Birth of son, Evan Lawrence Murdoch 884

Appointments Chaychuk-Fitzpatrick, Patricia

Clerk of Committees appointment 149

Page appointments 8 Economic Development, Standing Committee

1 st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter o f (alleged) 1 57 1 ; Ashton 1 573; McCrae 1 573-4; Taylor 1 572-3; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privi leges and Elections 4 1 93-6

Documents Tabled Minenko, Mark

Committees Chairmanship Whole House and Deputy Speaker resignation

8 House Business

Minenko, Mark Committees Chairmanship

Whole House resignation 8 Deputy Speaker resignation 8

Page appointments 8 I ntroduction of Guests

Aberdeen School, Grades 7-9

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200

ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain}---Cant. (Burrows) 3583

Ahluwalia, Karter Run for the Children Marathon 1 1 1 8

Allard, Jean Former MLA (Rupertsland) 5962

Anawak, Jack M.P. (Nunatsiaq, NWT) 5974

Angus McKay School, Grade 5 (Rossmere) 1 74 1

Anstett, Andy Former MLA (Springfield) 38 1 3

Arthur A . Leach Junior High School Grade 9 ( Fort Garry) 2509

Arthur Oliver School ( Kirk field Park) 598

Assiniboine Community College ( Dauphin) 2644

Assiniboine Community College Business Administration (Brandon East)

4682 Baldur School, Grades I 0- 1 1

(Turtle Mountain) 92 Bannatyne School, Grade 6

(Sturgeon Creek) 53 Barrett, Dave

Former Premier (British Columbia) 29 1 5 Berggren, Hakan

Ambassador of Sweden 2377 Bertrun E. Glavin Elementary School,

Grade 5 (Concordia) 149 Bethel Christian Academy, Grades 7-9

(Brandon East) 884 Bighetty, Chief Pascal

( Pukatawagan) 3 1 0 Bisson, Raymond

President Franco-Manitoban Society 5307 Blake, Dave

Former MLA ( Minnedosa) 1 0, 359 1 , 5533

Blumenort School, Grade 5 ( La Verendrye) 598

Blumenort School, Grades 4-5 ( La Verendrye) 659

Bode, Nancy Assistant Attorney General (Minnesota) 726

Boisvert, Roland President Festival du Voyageur 5307

Bonnycastle School, Grade 5 ( Fort Garry) 4430

Borowski, Joe Former MLA (Thompson) 60 10

Bratun, Rostyslav M.P. for Ukraine Congress of Peoples Deputies U.S.S.R. 5439

Brown, Arnie Former MLA (Rhineland) 4 1 5 , 5962

Bruseker, Frank Alberta MLA (Calgary-North West) 1 665

Calvin Christian School, Grade 9 (River East) 3070

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ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain}---Cont. Chown, Marguerite

Manitoba Society of Seniors Manitoba Council on Aging 865

College Beliveau, Grade 9 ( Radisson) 5046

Cook, Chief Ron (Shoal River) 3 1 0

Cormorant Lake School, Grade 8 (The Pas) 598

Country View School, Grades 6-9 ( La Verendrye) 9 1

Crestview School, Grade 4 (Portage Ia Prairie) 598

Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School Grades 1 1 - 1 2, (Brandon East) 1 1 1 8

Cross Lake School, Grade 6 ( Rupertsland) 8 1 2

Cypress River School, Grades 4-5 (Gladstone) 5484

Daerwood School, Grade 5 (Selkirk) 3440

Dakota Collegiate, Grade I I (Riel) 4 1 6

Daniel Mcintyre Collegiate, Grade 1 2 (Ellice) 1 079

Darwin School, Grade 9 ( Riel) 5234, 5439

Dauphin Regional School (Dauphin) 598

Dawson Trail School, Grade 6 (Springfield) I 0, 5683

Deloraine Elementary School (Arthur) 597 1

Deprey, Dr. Paul Honourary Consul General (Belgium)

3488 Desjardins, Larry

Former M LA (St. Boniface) 5975 Devries, Robert

Consul General (Belgium) 3488 Dick, Paul

Federal Minister responsible for Procurement 887

Eadie, Jae City of Winnipeg Councillor 2682

Earl Grey School, Grades 5-6 (Osborne) 241

Ecole Lagimodiere, Grades 5-6 (Springfield) 5575

Ecole Lavallee, Grade 5 (Riel) 560

Edwards, Duane 1 990 Labatt Tankard Provincial Men's Curling Championship team 5 1 76

Elwick Community School, Grade 5 ( Kildonan) 34 1 8

Elwick Community School, Grades 4-6 (Ki ldonan) 5748

English Second Language Program 2002

Ethelbert School, Grade I I

201

ROCAN, Hon. Denis ( PC, Turtle Mountain}-Cont. (Dauphin) 2469

FW. Gilbert School, Grades 4-6 (Lac du Bonnet) 4 1 5-6

Faith Academy, Grades 5- 1 2 ( Lac du Bonnet) 241

Fall, Brian High Commissioner of Great Britain

4594 Fiendel, Gale

Vice President Age and Opportunity 865

Fleming, Farrell Executive Director Creative Retirement Manitoba 865

Fontaine, Chief Jerry (Fort Alexander) 3 1 0

Fontaine, Phil Assembly of First Nations Vice President 3 1 0

Forsyth, Smirle Clerk Assistant Ontario Legislative Assembly 1 032

Froese, Jake Former M LA (Rhineland) 5962

Garden City Collegiate, Grade 9 ( Kildonan) 52

Garden Grove School, Grade 5 ( I nkster) 597 1

Garden Valley Collegiate, Grades 1 1 - 1 2 ( Rhineland) 3543

General Byng School, Grades 8-9 (Fort Garry) 1 1 1 8

General Wolfe School, Grade 9 (Ellice) 3488, 3583

George McDowell School, Grade 9 (Niakwa) 5358

George V School, Grades 5-6 (Elmwood) 522

Gillam School, Grade 5 (Churchill) 325

Glenboro School, Grade 7 (Gladstone) 3723

Glenelm School, Grade 5 (Elmwood) 673

Glenlawn Collegiate, Grade I I (St. Vital) 2729

Glenwood School, Grade 9 (St. Vital) 5477

Goose Lake High School, Grade I I ( Roblin-Russell) 5300

Graham, Harry Former Speaker and MLA ( Virden) 1 1 63

Grant Park High School, Grade 9 ( Fort Garry) 2377

Gretna Elementary School, Grade 7 (Rhineland) 468

Grovesnor Semple School, Grades 5-6 (St. Johns) 2002

Hansard staff 3845

Hardy, Dorothy

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ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)--Conl . Age and Opportunity 865

Hartney School. Grades 9 and I I (Arthur) 377

Harvard. John M.P. (St. James) 5339

Haverstock. Linda Liberal Leader (Saskatchewan) I 49

Hedges Junior High. Grade 9 (Assiniboia) 377

Henderson. Jerry Councillor The Pas I ndian Band 4 I 33

Hochfeld Elementary School. Grades 5-8 (Rhineland) 6043

Hugh John Macdonald School. Grade 9 (Logan) 22 14

H uman Justice Training Programme 1 684

Humphrey, James High Commissioner of Australia 2469

Hunter, Rollie Department of Public Safety ( M innesota) 726

Immanuel Christian School, Grades 7-9 (Radisson) 5838

I nter-Culture Canada Exchange students 5 1 76

Interlake Christian Home Schoolers (Gimli) 3723

Isaac Brock School. G rade 9 (St. James) 365 I

Isaac Brock School. Grades 5-6 (St. James) 203

James Nisbet Community School, Grades 4-6 ( Kildonan) 578 I

Janousek, Mike (North Dakota) 2509

John Pritchard School, Grade 9 (River East) 65 I

John W. Gunn School, Grade 9 (Transcona) 203

Johnston, Frank Former MLA (Sturgeon Creek) 5962

Johnston. Gordon Former M LA (Portage Ia Prairie) 5975

Johnstone, Peter Consul General of Great Britain 4594

Keewatin Community College (The Pas) 4487

Ken Seaford Junior High School, Grade 9 ( Kildonan) 5647

Killarney School , Grade 9 (Turtle Mountain) 53

King George School, Grade 9 (Brandon East) 522

Kirkland Park Christian Academy Grades 1 0- 1 2 (Assiniboia) 1 609

Landmark School, Grade 9 (Springfield) 468

Lathlin, Chief Oscar The Pas I ndian Band 4 1 33

Leskee, James

202

ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)--Cont. Director of Financial Aids Higher Education Co-ordinating Board (Minnesota) 651

Lockport School. Grade 9 (Selkirk) 3583, 3940

Lord Selkirk School Division Junior Parliament, Grades 7-9 4270

Loveridge, AI President Manitoba Society of Seniors

865 MacDonald. Agnes

Chairperson Manitoba Council on Aging 865

Machray School, Grades 4-6 (St. Johns) 5696

Manitoba Hydro employees Eileen Zubek and Cam Neirinck 1 0

Manitoba Rural Leadership Training Ctte. Practical Politics Seminar 2 I 5 I

Manitoba Technical Training Centre Donna H ilton and students I 445

McGregor Collegiate, Grades I 0- 1 2 (Gladstone) I 26

Mcilwain, Kelsey International Computer Problem-Solving Contest winner 3848

Mcleod School, Grade 5 (Rossmere) 5975

Meadows School, Grade 6 (Brandon West) 5972

Meiklejohn, Ray Minister of Education (Saskatchewan)

205 1 Minitonas I ntermediate School, Grade 9

(Swan River) 271 Minnedosa Collegiate, Grades I I - I 2

( Minnedosa) 5 1 76 Morden Collegiate, Grade I I

(Pembina) 271 Morris School. Grade 6

( Morris) 959 Mountbatten School, Grades 5-6

(Niakwa) 363 1 Muller. Lloyd

Deputy Speaker (Saskatchewan) 27 I Munroe Jr. High School, Grade 9

(Elmwood) 3940 Murdoch MacKay School, Grade 9

(Transcona) 27 I . 4 1 5 Myrtle-Roland Cub Pack

(Pembina) 4948 Neepawa Area Collegiate, Grade I I

(Ste. Rose) 2682 Nellie McClung Collegiate. Grade I I

(Pembina) 342 Nepinak, Chief Harvey

( Waterhen) 3 I 0 Ney, Edward

Ambassador (United States) 5089 Niverville Elementary School, Grade 5

( Emerson) 3 1 6 1

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ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)-Con/. Northern Nursing and Bachelor of Social Work Programs

(Thompson) 60 10 O.Y. Jewitt School, Grade 5

(Kildonan) 32 16 Ochre River School, Grade 9

(Dauphin) 303 Paquin, Louis

Administrator Festival du Voyageur 5307

Pare La Salle School, Grade 5 (St. Norbert) 734

Parkdale School, Grades 4-5 ( Flin Flon) 4 1 6

Peace Valley School ( Morris) 363 1

Pedersen, Red Speaker (Northwest Territories) 271

Pelchat, Mme. Christiane MNA de Vachon 27 1

Pembina Crest School, Grade 7 (Fort Garry) 1 74 1

Pembina Crest School, Grade 9 ( Fort Garry) 673, 932, 1 777, 1 9 1 1

People's Republic of China Trade delegation 5234

Pierre Radisson Collegiate, Grades 9- 10 ( Radisson) 3775

Pinawa Secondary High School, Grade 9 (Lac du Bonnet) 58 1 9

Pinawa Secondary High School, Grade 1 2 (Lac Du Bonnet) 2986

Plum Coulee School, Grades 5-7 (Rhineland) 5962

Pointe des Chenes High School, Grade I I (La Verendrye) 5 1 76

Polyvalente Tournesol School (Windsor, Quebec) 2986

Poulin, M. Remy MNA de Chauveau 271

Precieux Sang !'ecole, Grade 9 (St. Boniface) 1 1 9 1

Prince Edward School, Grade 6 (Rossmere) 5 1 1 3

Princess Elizabeth School, Grade 5 (Minnedosa) 1 967

Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry (Tuxedo) 5274

R.D. Parker Collegiate, Grades 10- 1 1 (Thompson) 92

Ramah Hebrew School, Grade 5 (Tuxedo) 243 1

Red River Community College ( I nkster) 33

River Heights School, Grade 8 (Brandon West) 726

Riverside School, Grade 7 (Thompson) 932

Robert H. Smith School, Grade 5 (River Heights) 33, 8 1 2

Robert H . Smith School, Grade 6

203

ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)-Con/. (River Heights) 778

Robertson, Carol Executive Director Manitoba Society of Seniors 865

Robertson School, Grades 3-4 (Burrows) 970

Robinson, Svend M.P. (Burnaby-Kingsway) 601 0

Rock Lake School, Grades 7-8 (Turtle Mountain) 241

Rosenort School, Grades 10- 1 1 ( Morris) 468

Rossburn Elementary School, Grade 8 ( Roblin-Russell) 5962

Ryerson School, Grade 5 (St. Norbert) 4646

St. Adolphe School, Grade 9 (Emerson) 1 684

St. Alphonsus School, Grade 5 (Elmwood) 970

St. Eustache School, Grade 6 ( Lakeside) 4594

St. Francois Xavier School, Grades 4-5 (Lakeside) 778

St. George School, Grade 9 (St. Vital) 338 1

St. Matthew Elementary School (Saskatchewan) 8 1 2

St. Pierre School, Grade 5 (Emerson) 27 1

Ste. Rose Collegiate, Grade 9 (Ste. Rose) 3543

St. Theresa Point, Grade 6 (Rupertsland) 4594

Scott Bateman Junior High, Grades 7-8 (The Pas) 1 777

Schweiger, Helmut Director Policy and Program Planning Higher Education Co-ordinating Board (Minnesota) 651

Shaughnessy Park School, Grade 4 ( Inkster) 726

Shaw, George President of Legislative Council and Member ( Macquarie, Tasmania, Australia) 203

Shoal Lake School, Grades 8- 1 2 (Virden) 271

Sir William Osler School, Grade 6 (Tuxedo) 3848

Smith, Bud Attorney General ( British Columbia)

5633 Souris School, Grade 5

(Arthur) 377 Southwood Elementary School, Grades 5-8

(Rhineland) 8 1 2 Spring Christian Academy, Grade 9

(St. Vital) 4430 Springfield Junior High, Grades 7-8

(Springfield) 778

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ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)-Cont. Stevenson. Chief Louis

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs 3 1 0 Sutherland. William

Lieutenant-Colonel (Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry) 4860

Swanson, Kathryn Department of Public Safety ( Minnesota) 726

Teulon Collegiate, Grade I I (Gimli) 3848

Teulon Collegiate, Grades 9 and I I (Gimli) 2278

Teulon Collegiate, Grades 9- 1 2 (Gimli) 4494

Torah Academy, Grade 5 (Tuxedo) 5089

Toupin, Rene Former MLA (Springfield) 5962

Transcona Collegiate Institute, Grade 9 (Transcona) 38 1 3

University of Manitoba Political studies students ( Fort Garry)

5089 University of South Dakota students

5346 Uskiw, Sam

Former M LA (Lac du Bonnet) 229 1 Valley Gardens Junior High, Grades 7-9

(Concordia) 1 292 Varennes Immersion School, Grade 6

(St. Vital) 65 1 Victor Wyatt School, Grade 5

(Riel) 1 378 Viscount Alexander School, Grade 3

( Fort Garry) 5974 Wabowden School, Grade 5

( Flin Flon) 560 Wellington School, Grade 6

(Ellice) 865 West St. Paul School, Grades 7-9

(Selkirk) 778 Westbury, June

Former M LA ( Fort Rouge) 1 609 Wilmot, Laurence

President Creative Retirement Manitoba 865

Windsor School, Grade 9 (St. Vital) 673

Winnipeg Beach School, Grade 9 (Gimli) 303

Woodlands Colony School, Grades 1 -8 {Lakeside) 8 1 2

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

Ruled out of order 4 1 79-80 Municipal Assessment Amendment Act

(Bill 20) Ruled out of order 4940

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (2) (Bill 37)

Ruled out of order 4941

204

ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)-Cont. Ozone Layer Protection Act

(Bill 1 8 ) Ruled out o f order 464 1

Petitions Bill C-22 challenge

Manitoba Society of Seniors Carr 303; ruled in order 342

Day Care Workers Request for maintenance grant increase Harapiak 1 5 7 1 ; ruled out of order 2 1 5 1 ; Petitions tabled 2 1 5 1 ; taken under advisement 2 1 5 1 ; ruled out of order 297 1

Business Names Registration Act Public statement to uphold legislation Maloway 4 1 5; ruled out of order 455

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation General Insurance Division closure reversal L.S. Evans 30; ruled in order 52 L.S. Evans 522; ruled in order 560

Pornographic material Adult-only video store restrictions Kozak 5838; ruled in order 5878

Roman Catholic Archiepiscopal Corporation of Winnipeg and the Roman Catholic Archidiocese of Winnipeg, An Act to amend an Act respecting the Carr 4430; ruled in order 4487

United Health Services Commission An Act to amend an Act to incorporate Pankratz 363 1 ; ruled in order 365 1

Waverley and Pembina Highway Request for safety measures Angus 3239; ruled in order 3327

Workers Compensation Request for legislative changes Ashton 1 006; ruled in order 1 079

Points of Order P /0 by Alcock respecting words

"fear mongers" (Cummings) 1 6 1 6; withdrawn voluntarily (Cummings) 1 6 1 6

P /0 by Alcock respecting word "irresponsible" (Orchard) 3727; withdrawal requested 3727; withdrawn (Orchard) 3727

P/0 by Alcock respecting unparliamentary language (Doer) 3808; taken under advisement 3808; ruled out of order 592 1

P /0 by Alcock respecting imputation of motives ( Manness) 420 1 -2; Manness 4202; taken under advisement (Gaudry) 4202; ruled out of order 5920

P /0 by Angus respecting imputation of motives (Ashton) 3828; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 3828; ruled out of order 5889

P /0 by Ashton requesting tabling of

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ROC AN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)---Cont. documents (Orchard) 1 53; McCrae 1 53; Orchard 1 53 ; ruled out of order 1 54

P /0 by Ashton requesting clarification Committee of Supply adjournment 1 1 70; clarification I 1 70

P /0 by Ashton respecting Ministers answering question not specifically taken as notice 1 299; taken under advisement 1 299; ruled in order 1 575

P /0 by Ashton respecting unparliamentary language (Orchard) 1 784; Members cautioned 1 784

P /0 by Ashton respecting words "The Member of Hypocrisy" (Taylor) referencing Wasylycia-Leis 1 842; Taylor 1 842; taken under advisement 1 842; ruled out of order 2 1 58

P /0 by Ashton respecting political nature of non-political statements 1 920; Cowan 1 920; McCrae 1 920; taken under advisement 1 920- 1 ; Members cautioned 2 1 58-9

P /0 by Ashton respecting reference to absence of Member ( Filmon) 3 1 28; ruled in order 3 1 28; withdrawn ( Filmon) 3 1 28

P /0 by Ashton respecting reference to absence of Member (Connery) 3 1 39-40; Cowan 3 1 40; taken under advisement (Kozak) 3 1 40; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

P /0 by Ashton respecting words ''deliberately putting false information on the record" (Filmon) referencing Taylor 3586; taken under advisement 3586; ruled in order 5922; withdrawal requested 5922; withdrawn ( Filmon) 5922

P /0 by Ashton respecting leave denied to have Bill 3 1 remain standing ( Harper) 5097; McCrae 5097; ruled out of order 5097-8; challenged (Ashton) 5098; sustained 5098

P /0 by Carstairs respecting comments by Connery, apology requested 26; McCrae 26; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 26; ruled out of order 2 1 0

P / 0 by Cheema respecting comments by Connery, apology requested 1 385; Ashton 1 385; taken under advisement 1 385; withdrawn (Connery) 1 422

205

ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)---Cont. P /0 by Chornopyski respecting request

for legal opinion 3330; Cowan 3330; taken under advisement 3330; Speaker's ruling 59 1 9

P /0 by Cowan respecting need to have leave for Bills to stand 2293; McCrae 2293; leave granted 2294; Speaker's ruling 2295

P /0 by Cowan respecting words "a union where they are not under the influence of the Member for Churchill" (Neufeld) 2385; McCrae 2385; taken under advisement 2385; ruled out of order 297 1

P /0 by Cowan respecting words "political expediency" ( Filmon) 2474; withdrawal requested ( Rocan) 2474; withdrawn (Filmon) 2474-5

P/0 by Cowan respecting word "idiot" used by Neufeld 29 1 9; taken under advisement 29 1 9; ruled out of order 3388

P /0 by Cowan respecting reflections on past proceedings of the House (Lamoureux) 5636; Angus 5636; ruled in order 5636; Member cautioned 5636

P /0 by Downey respecting comments allegedly reflecting on persons unable to defend themselves in the Chamber ( Plohman) 735; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 735; ruled out of order 978

P /0 by Downey respecting relevancy of debate (Ashton) 2503; Members cautioned 2503

P /0 by Downey respecting relevancy of debate (Rose) 5704; ruled in order 5704; Member cautioned 5704

P /0 by Ducharme respecting unparliamentary language 2975; Lamoureux 2975; taken under advisement

(Gilleshammer) 2975; ruled out of order 3388

P /0 by Harapiak respecting word "scumbag" 5 1 73; taken under advisement 5 1 73 ; ruled out of order 5922

P /0 by Harper respecting resolutions appearing on Order Paper 5967-9; Ashton 5969; McCrae 5969-70; ruled in order 5970

P /0 by Lamoureux respecting debate adjournment Motion 1 340; Motion ruled out of order 1 340

P/0 by Lamoureux respecting Ministers

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ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)-Cont. answering questions not taken as notice 3820; Ducharme 3820- 1 ; taken under advisement 382 1 ; ruled i n order 5920

P /0 by Lamoureux respecting relevancy of debate (Ashton) 5640; ruled in order 5640; Member cautioned 5640

P /0 by Mandrake respecting relevancy of debate ( Praznik) 589 1 ; ruled in order 589 1 ; Member cautioned 589 1

P/0 by Manness respecting words "window dressing" (Storie) 1 89; taken under advisement 1 89; ruled out of order 350

P/0 by Manness respecting words "this government has the morals of an alley cat" (Gray) 1 6 1 4; withdrawal requested 1 6 1 4; withdrawn (Gray) 1 6 1 4

P/0 by Manness respecting al leged criticism of Provincial Auditor (Gray) 224 1 ; Alcock 224 1 ; Gray 224 1 ; ruled out o f order 224 1

P /0 by Manness respecting relevancy of debate (Lamoureux) 5795-6; ruled in order 5796; Member cautioned 5796

P /0 by McCrae respecting words "children of Manitoba, who have not, particularly, voted at this time. that is why they are not looking after them" (Cheema) referencing Orchard 603; taken under advisement 603; voluntary withdrawal 729

P/0 by McCrae respecting words "The people of Flin Flon want the whole truth" (Storie) 730; Ashton 730; withdrawal requested 730; Storie 730; unequivocal withdrawal requested 730; withdrawn (Storie) 730

P/0 by McCrae respecting words "We have all noted with interest that there have been changes to the Public Uti lities Board, I presume so it is easier for ICG to get their rate applications through" (Storie) 870; withdrawal requested (McCrae) 870; Ashton 870; Filmon 870; taken under advisement 870; ruled in order 979; withdrawal requested 979; withdrawn (Storie) 979

P /0 by McCrae respecting brevity of questions and answers I 083; ruled in order I 083

P /0 by McCrae respecting brevity of

206

ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)-Cont. supplementary questions I 086; Ashton I 086; ruled in order I 086

P jO by McCrae respecting brevity of supplementary questions 1 382; Alcock 1 382; ruled in order 1 382

P jO by McCrae respecting imputation of motives (Carstairs) 1 448; Alcock 1448; taken under advisement 1 448; ruled out of order 1 9 1 8

P j O by McCrae respecting brevity of supplementary questions 2384; Storie 2385; ruled in order 2385

P jO by McCrae respecting discussion of House Business (Roch) 4024; Alcock 4024; Ashton 4024; ruled in order 4024

P jO by McCrae respecting unparliamentary language (Roch) 4780; Member cautioned 4780

P jO by McCrae respecting unlimited speaking time Bill 3 1 (Cowan) 5 1 27; ruled out of order 5 1 27

P jO by McCrae respecting brevity of questions and answers 5650; ruled in order 5650

P jO by McCrae respecting political nature of non-political statement ( Minenko) 5655; Alcock 5655; Member cautioned 5655

P jO by Plohman respecting imputation of motives (Downey) 532; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 532; ruled in order 892; withdrawal requested 892; withdrawn (Downey) 892

P jO by Plohman respecting reference to inattentiveness of N DP opposition critic (Connery) 22 1 5; Ashton 22 1 5; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 22 1 5; ruled in order 3447; apology offered (Connery) 3447

P /0 by Praznik respecting words "lap dog" (Roch) 6 1 2; withdrawal requested 6 1 2; withdrawn (Roch) 6 1 2

P/0 by Rocan respecting word "misleading" (Cheema) 4 1 9; withdrawal requested 4 I 9; withdrawn (Cheema) 4 1 9

P j O by Rocan respecting word "guts" (Ashton) 45 I ; withdrawal requested 45 I ; withdrawn (Ashton) 45 I

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "and then to attack my integrity is

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ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)--Conl. bloody ridiculous" (Cummings) referencing Storie 73 1 ; withdrawal requested 73 1 ; withdrawn (Cummings) 7 3 1

P J O b y Rocan respecting words "Heaven forbid should I take the word of the Member opposite as being the facts" (Connery) referencing Charles 733; withdrawal requested 733; withdrawn (Connery) 733

P JO by Rocan respecting words "trying to make an honest person out of the Honourable Member" (Orchard) referencing Doer 780; withdrawal requested 780; withdrawn (Orchard) 780

P JO by Rocan respecting words "I assume those rules will be applied to everyone" (Taylor) in response to procedural statement 784; withdrawal requested 784; withdrawn (Taylor) 784

P JO by Rocan respecting words "my mean Honourable Minister of Health" (Wasylycia-Leis) referencing Orchard 936; withdrawal requested 936; withdrawn (Wasylycia-Leis) 936

P JO by Rocan respecting exhibit (peanuts) 1 294; ruled out of order 1 294; subsequent P /0 by Ashton respecting past practice in regard to exhibits 1 294; McCrae 1 294; Speaker's ruling 1 294

P /0 by Rocan respecting words "is not telling the truth" (Wasylycia-Leis) 1 662; withdrawal requested 1 662; withdrawn (Wasylycia-Leis) 1 663

P JO by Rocan respecting hypothetical question (Wasylycia-Leis) 1 782; question rephrased 1 782

P JO by Rocan respecting words "I have no advice as to whether the Member for Churchill is an idiot" (Orchard) 3388; withdrawal requested 3389; withdrawn (Orchard) 3389

P JO by Rocan respecting words "hasn't got the guts" (Filmon) 3728; withdrawal requested 3728; withdrawn ( Filmon) 3728

P JO by Rocan respecting words "deliberately misleading" (Filmon) 3942; withdrawal requested 3942; withdrawn ( Filmon) 3942

P JO by Rocan respecting words spoken by Member from his seat (Rose) 4 1 98; withdrawal requested 4 1 98;

207

ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)--Cont. withdrawn ( Rose) 4 1 98

P JO by Rocan respecting words "hypocritical" and "arrogant" (Angus) referencing Manness 4675; withdrawal requested 4675-6; withdrawn (Angus) 4676

P JO by Rocan respecting word "yo-yo" (Orchard) referencing Maloway 5 1 1 8; withdrawal requested 5 1 1 8; withdrawn (Orchard) 5 1 1 8

Privilege, Matter of Air Ambulance Service

Access Policy Alcock 864; Ashton 863-4; McCrae 864; (Orchard) 863; Storie 864; taken under advisement 864; ruled out of order 979

Curtis, Charles, Public Servant Apology requested from Carstairs respecting comments made (Manness) 4 1 4; L.S. Evans 4 1 4-5; apology volunteered 4 1 4

Economic Development, Standing Committee on Events occurring on May I , 1 989 referred to Privileges and Elections Committee (Angus) 1 8-9; Ashton 1 9-20; McCrae 20-2; taken under advisement 22; ruled out of order 3 1 1 -2; comment on Chair (Supply) Alcock 62 1 -2

Harapiak, Harry False information respecting Minister of Labour Ashton 4594-5; Carstairs 4595; (Hammond) 4594; McCrae 4595; taken under advisement 4595; ruled out of order 5920

Labour, Minister of Misleading information respecting gas inspections Alcock 4509; Ashton 4509; (Harapiak) 4508; McCrae 4508-9; taken under advisement 4509; ruled out of order 5920- 1

LynnGold Resources Inc. False information alleged Angus 230 1 ; (Cowan) 2299-30 1 ; McCrae 230 1 -2; Storie 2302; taken under advisement 2302; ruled out of order 4398

Ombudsman, Office of Impartiality questioned Alcock 8 1 2-3; Ashton 8 1 3; (Connery) 8 1 2; McCrae 8 1 3; taken under advisement 8 1 3; ruled out of order 978-9

Public Gallery attendance Rules of the House Alcock 596 1 ; Ashton 596 1 ; Harper 596 1 ; McCrae 596 1 ;

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ROCAN, Hon. Denis (PC, Turtle Mountain)--Cont. taken under advisement 596 1 -2; Speaker's ruling 5973

Rural Development, Department of Toll free service availability McCrae 3447; (Storie) 3446-7; taken under advisement 3447; ruled out of order 591 9-20

Workers Compensation Minister Apology requested from Alcock respecting comments made 1 422; withdrawn (Connery) 1 422

Sessional Papers Election Finances Act

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

377 Ombudsman

Annual Report under Section 55 Freedom of Information Act for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

1 079 Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

1 1 56 Speaker's Statements

Bill Debate Relevancy to subject matter 2476

Gallery attendance Rules of the House 5960, 5972

Internship Program 1 989-90 selections 280

Media serums Corridor congestion 5974

Season's Greetings 4066-7 Unfair Business Practices Act

(Bill 2 1 ) Ruled out of order 4642

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba Alcock 23-4; ( Doer) 22-3; McCrae 23; ruled out of order 24; challenged (Ashton) 24; ruling overturned 24

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba

Alcock 5448; ( Doer) 5446-8; McCrae 5448-9; ruled in order 5449

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout

Angus 1 868-9; McCrae 1 869-70; (Wasylycia-Leis) 1 867-8; ruled out of order 1 870; challenged (Ashton) 1 870; ruling overturned 1 870

Effects on Manitobans Alcock I 088-9; McCrae I 089; (Wasylycia-Leis) I 087-8; ruled in order I 089-90

Goods and services tax

208

ROCAN, Hon. Denis ( PC, Turtle Mountain)--Cont. Effects on Manitoba

(Alcock) 785-6; Ashton 786-7; McCrae 786 ruled out of order 787; challenged (Alcock) 787; sustained 787

Effects on Manitoba Alcock I 039; (Doer) I 039-40; McCrae I 040- 1 ; ruled out of order I 04 1 ; challenged (Ashton) 1 04 1 ; ruling overturned I 042

Housing Conditions in Manitoba (Cowan) 5828; Lamoureux 5829; McCrae 5829-30; ruled out of order 5830; challenged (Ashton) 5830; ruling overturned 583 1

LynnGold Resources Inc. Intervention to prevent closure

Alcock 2247-8; (Cowan) 2246-7; Manness 2248; ruled in order 2248

Native Education Post-secondary funding

Carstairs 3 1 3-4; (Doer) 3 1 2-3; McCrae 3 1 3; ruled in order 3 1 4

V I A Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba

Carstairs 4292; McCrae 4293; Plohman 4292-3; ruled out of order 4293-4; challenged (Lamoureux) 4294; ruling overturned 4294

ROCH, Gilles (LIB, Springfield) Address for Papers

No. 9 - November 28, 1 989 accepted 3334

Appropriation Act, 1 989 (Bill 99)

2r 57 1 4-9 Beverage Container Act

(Bill 10) I r 149; 2r 1 652-3

Budget Debate 408- 1 3

Economic Development, Standing Committee I st Report

Helwer 1 57 1 Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; Referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 93-6; 4238-41

Grievance, Matter of Grassroots Organization

False accusations of membership 606- 1 3 Human Tissue Amendment Act

(Bill 39) 2r 4886-7

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ROCH, Gilles (LIB, Springfield)---Cont. Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989 (2)

(Bil l 90) 2r 4004-7

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act (Bill 1 3)

2r 646-7 Ministerial Statements

Manitoba Telephone System Service for the Future Program

Response 2376-7 Municipal Assessment and Consequential

Amendments Act (Bil l 79) 3r 4272-6

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (2) (Bill 37)

l r 1 378; 2r 1 96 1 -2; ruled out of order 4941

Oral Questions Bill No. 37

Minister's support 1 840- 1 Bill No. 79

Tax collection statistics 25 1 3 Brandon Cabinet Office

Services - Rural community 1 744 Education funding

Increase 25 1 3 Health care

Funding Extended payment plans 3075 Out-of-province treatment 3074, 3546-8

User fees 3075, 3547 Keewatin Tribal Council

Tax exemptions 474 Lottery revenues

Funding, rural 59 Manitoba Telephone System

9 1 1 service 29 1 6-7 Basic rate freeze 3386 Competition 973 Computer sales 2383 Facsimile machine sales 973 Mandate 2384 Northern Telecom contract 1 427-8 Rate reduction 3386

Municipal Assessment Act Committee scheduling 4023 Deadline 4024 Informational sessions 4022-3

Property taxes Decrease 25 14

Rural residential development Policy 207

Rural services Decentralization 206-7

Tax exemptions Legislation 1 84 1

Treaty rights Extension 1 84 1 -2

Points of Order P jO by McCrae respecting

unparliamentary language ( Roch) 4780; Member cautioned 4780

Hansard Index

209

ROCH, Gilles (LIB, Springfield)---Conl. P /0 by Praznik respecting words

"lap dog" ( Roch) 6 1 2; withdrawal requested 6 1 2; withdrawn ( Roch) 6 1 2

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 4674-5 Resolutions

CFB Shutdowns 478 1 Rural Post Office Services for the

Disabled 3577-9 Rural Development (Supply)

Opening Remarks (Penner) 1 72 1 -3

Response 1 723-5

Administration and Finance Brandon Office

Salaries 1 727-8 Executive Support

Salaries 1 727 Financial and Administrative Services

Salaries 1 8 1 3-5 Human Resource Management

Salaries 1 8 1 3 Minister's Salary 2 1 1 7 Rural Development Institute

Grant 1 8 1 5-7 Conservation Districts Authority

Other Expenditures 2 1 1 6 Manitoba Water Services Board

Other Expenditures 2 1 07-8 Municipal Advisory/ Financial Services

General Support Grants 1 953-4 Other Expenditures 1 948 Police Services Grants 1 952

Municipal Assessments Other Expenditures 1 8 1 2, 2029, 2034-7

Municipal Board Salaries 1 8 1 8-23, 1 947-8

Municipal Planning Services Other Expenditures 2038

Provincial Planning Salaries 2038-9

Research and Systems Services Research

Other Expenditures 2037-8 Rural Economic Development

Grants 2 1 08 Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 1 00) 2r 5872-7

Throne Speech Debate 1 2 1 -5, 1 33-4

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of V IA Rail cutbacks

Impact on Manitoba 4306-7 Workers Compensation Amendment Act

(Bill 46) 2r 1 59 1 -3

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Roman Catholic Archiepiscopal Corporation of Winnipeg and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Winnipeg, An Act to amend an Act respecting the (Bill 96)

I r Carr 4508; 2r Ashton 55 1 I ; Carr 55 1 0- 1 ; Doer 568 1 ; McCrae 568 1 ; R/S Carr 5942; 3 r 5944; R / A 5958

ROSE, Bob (LIB, St- Vital) Appropriation Act, 1 989

( Bill 99) 2r 5675-7, 569 1 -2, 5704-5

City of Winnipeg Amendment Act ( Bill 32)

2r 1 846-50; 3r 2521 Economic Development, Standing Committee

First Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter of (al leged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; Referred to Standing Committee on Privi leges and Elections 4 1 93-6; 4233-8

Family Services (Supply) Community Social Services

Operations Salaries 4459-6 1 , 4463

Income Security Central Directorate

Salaries 4552-3, 4577-85, 4588-93, 462 1 -3

Grievance, Matter of Unco-operative attitude allegations

359 1 -7 Health of Non-Smokers, An Act to Protect

( Bil l 1 6) 2r 5679-80

Highways and Transportation (Supply) Administration and Finance

Minister's Salary 1 7 14 Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act

( Bill 2) 2r 1 1 84-5

Manitoba Intercultural Council Amendment Act ( Bill 1 3)

2r 3 1 2 1 -2, 3377 Non-Political Statements

Biathlon, Falcon Lake 5827 Footloose and Fancy Free

Manitoba Society of Seniors Fitness Program 4292

Oral Questions Affirmative Action

Northern programs I 1 93 Budget

CR ISP allocations 383 Canada Assistance Plan

Compliance 2733, 3 1 26 Keewatin Community College

Affirmative action 1 1 93 Staff reductions 1 1 93

Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Accident report policy 3243

Hansard Index

21 0

ROSE, Bob (LIB, St. Vitalf-Cont. Review 3424

Autopac Internal inquiry 3549

Court of Queen's Bench Act Amendments 3549

Podolsky, Ken Compensation denial 3242-4 Document release 3383-4 Investigation 3245, 3384 Justice Minister intervention 3423

Northern Training Employment Agency Discriminatory decisions 22 1 0 Job protection 2209, 2244 Staffing 2209, 2244

Sais, Ryan Social assistance 2732-3, 2823-4, 2968

Social assistance 55-Plus Program 383 CRISP payments 383, 604 Citizenship questioned 3 1 26 Clothing provisions 245 Finlay, Jim 244-5 Lunch program 605 Manitoba rate 4290- 1 Policy review 2969, 3 1 26 Rate increase 3444 Regulation amendments 2824 Rental allowance 604 Shelter al lowance 3444

Unemployed Help Centres Funding 3782

Points of Order P jO by Downey respect ing relevancy

of debate (Rose) 5704; ruled in order 5704; Member cautioned 5704

P ;o by Rocan respecting words spoken by Member from his seat ( Rose) 4 1 98; withdrawal requested 4 1 98; withdrawn (Rose) 4 1 98

Private Members' Business Address for Papers

Goods and services tax 401 6-8, 4673 Resolutions

Canadian Wheat Board Retaining oats 1 374-6

Social Assistance System One-tier 2047-9

Winnipeg Rivers Boating Safety 3032-4 Residential Tenancies Act

( Bill 42) 2r 2894-6

Seniors Directorate (Supply) 2424-5

Social Al lowances Amendment Act ( Bill 67)

2r 2449-54 Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989

( Bill 1 00) 2r 5764-70

Unfair Business Practices Act ( Bill 2 1 )

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ROSE, Bob (LIB, St. Vital)---Conl. 2r 1 737-9

Urban Affairs (Supply) Financial Assistance - City of Winnipeg

2 1 46-8 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

LynnGold Resources Inc. Intervention to prevent closure 2260-2

VIA Rail Cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4327-9

Rosh Hashana Carr 1 43 1 -2

Ross, Hugh Death of, founder Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra

Hemphill 45 1 7

Royal Winnipeg Ballet 50th anniversary

Carr 1 582; Charles 60; Filmon 1 582-3; Mitchelson 6 1 ; Storie 1 583

Peregrine, David - Death of Carstairs 658; Mitchelson 658; Wasylycia-Leis 658

Royal Winnipeg Rifles Foundation Prisoner of War memorial

Taylor 422-3

Rules of the House Review

Alcock 4980-2; Ashton 4982-5

Rural Development, Department of Deputy Minister reporting

Carstairs 1 74 1 ; Penner 1 74 1 -2 Minister's concerns

Carstairs 1 742; Filmon 1 742-3 Toll free services

Penner 288 1 , 29 1 9, 3446; Storie 288 1 . 3446

See also Privilege, Matters of

Rural Development (Supply) Opening Remarks

Penner 1 72 1 -3 Response

Roch 1 723-5 Uruski 1 725-7

Administration and Finance Brandon Office

Salaries Gray 1 730- 1 ; Kozak 1 729-30, 1 73 1 -2; Penner 1 727-32; Roch 1 727-8; Uruski 1 728-9

Executive Support Salaries

Penner 1 727; Roch 1 727; Uruski 1 727

Financial and Administrative Services Salaries

Penner 1 8 1 4-5; Roch 1 8 1 3-5 Human Resource Management

Salaries

21 1

Rural Development (Supply)---Cont. Penner 1 8 1 3; Plohman 1 8 1 3 ; Roch 1 8 1 3

Minister's Salary Penner 2 1 1 7; Plohman 2 1 1 7; Roch 2 1 1 7

Rural Development Institute Grant

Penner 1 8 1 5-8; Plohman 1 8 1 6-8; Roch 1 8 1 5-7

Conservation Districts Authority Other Expenditures

Penner 2 1 1 6; Plohman 2 1 1 6; Roch 2 1 1 6 Manitoba Water Services Board

Other Expenditures Charles 2 1 06; Cummings 2 1 05-6; Penner 2 1 0 1 -4, 2 1 06-8; Plohman 2 1 0 1 -4, 2 1 06, 2 1 08; Roch 2 1 07-8

Municipal Advisory /Financial Services General Support Grants

Charles 1 954-5; Penner 1 953-5; Roch 1 953-4

Grants to Municipalities Penner 1 949- 5 1 ; Plohman 1 949-52

Other Expenditures Penner 1 948; Plohman 1 948; Roch 1 948

Police Services Grants Penner 1 952-3; Plohman 1 953; Roch 1 952

Salaries Penner 1 949; Plohman 1 949

Municipal Assessments Other Expenditures

Ashton 1 807- 1 1 ; Penner 1 807- 1 2, 2029-37; Plohman 2029-34; Roch 1 8 1 2, 2029, 2034-7

Municipal Board Salaries

Angus 1 827; Ernst 1 824; Pankratz 1 94 1 -2; Penner 1 8 1 8-24, 1 826, 1 942-4, 1 946-8; Plohman 1 823-7, 1 942, 1 944-6, 1 948; Roch 1 8 1 8-23, 1 947-8

Municipal Planning Services Other Expenditures

Roch 2038 Provincial Planning

Other Expenditures Penner 2040; Plohman 2039-40

Salaries Penner 2038-9; Plohman 2039; Roch 2038-9

Research and Systems Services Research

Other Expenditures Penner 2037-8; Roch 2037-8

Rural Economic Development Grants

Minenko 2 1 09- 1 3; Penner 2 1 08- 1 6; Plohman 2 1 1 3-6; Roch 2 1 08

Surface Rights Board Other Expenditures

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Rural Development (Supply)-Cont. Kozak 2040; Minenko 2040; Penner 2040

Rural economic development Infrastructure costs

Filmon 1 1 97, 1 298-9; Penner 1 1 96; Plohman I 1 96-7

Strategy Minenko 2 1 56-7, 3245-6; Penner 2 1 57, 3246

Rural Post Office Services for the Disabled See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Rural residential development Policy

Penner 207; Roch 207

Rural services Crisis l ines funding

Charles 45 1 5 ; Oleson 45 1 5 Decentralization

Carstairs 1 74 1 -2; Penner 207, 1 74 1 -2, 2969; Plohman 2969; Roch 206-7

Impact Brandon L.S. Evans 2970; Filmon 2970- 1

Enhancement Filmon 288 1 ; Storie 288 1

Inventory Carstairs 1 742; Penner 1 742

Rural water services Funding

Penner 382; Uruski 382

Russell, Grant See Manitoba Intercultural Council

SAFER Program See Shelter al lowances; Low-income housing

SAFFR Program See Shelter a l lowances, Low-income housing

St. Ambroise Beach Highway construction

Connery 1 97

St. Boniface Hospital Ambulatory care

Cheema 3073; Orchard 3073-4 Bed closures

Doer 2966; Orchard 2966 Deficit policy

Doer 2966; Orchard 2966 Elevator upgrading

Carstairs 4 1 88; Hammond 4 1 88; Orchard 4 1 88

Intensive care nursery Carstairs 4060; Orchard 4060

Maternity ward expansion Chcema 1 348, 3073; Orchard 1 348, 3073

Hansard Index

212

St. Boniface Hospital-Cont. Obstetrical services

Carstairs 32; Cheema 5 1 7-8; Orchard 32-3, 56-7

Patient turnaways Carstairs 33; Orchard 33

World Health Organization Collaborating Centre

Cheema 3487; Doer 3487; Orchard 3487 See also Cardiac Care

St. Charles School Alternative use

Derkach 567

St. Charles West Control area

A. Driedger 3 1 30; Mandrake 3 1 30 Development

A. Driedger 3 1 30; Mandrake 3 1 30 Land sale

A. Driedger 2992; Mandrake 299 1 -2

St. Theresa Point Reserve Land development

Downey 2967-8; H. Driedger 2967-8

St. Vladimir Cathedral Handicap access

Mitchelson 1 3 1 ; Wasylycia-Leis 1 30- 1

Ste. Anne, Manitoba Policing

Edwards 1 297-8; McCrae 1 297-8

Sais, Ryan Social assistance

Filmon 2968-9; Oleson 2732-3, 2823-4, 458 1 ; Rose 27 32-3, 2823-4, 2968, 4580

Sakharov, Andrei Death of human rights activist

Checma 3858; Harper 3858; Manness 3858

Sales tax, federal Tourism impact

A !cock 454; Ernst 454

Sales tax, provincial Cascading

Carstairs 8 1 4; Manness 8 1 4 Reduction

Carstairs 778, 8 1 3-4; Manness 778, 8 1 3-4

Saskatchewan Avenue Development

Ducharme 330; Mandrake 330

Saskatchewan Power Corporation See Churchill River Dam

Saskatchewan Roughriders Grey Cup winners

Downey 3246; L.E. Evans 3246; Plohman 3246

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Savoy Hotel Eviction notices

Hemphill 1 659-60; Oleson 1 660 Residents' meeting

Hemphill 1 660; Oleson 1 660

Schell, Donna Elder abuse report

Carstairs 932; Downey 932

Schmidtke Millwork Ltd. Worker safety

Edwards 221 0; Hammond 22 10

School boards Pay equity. voluntary

Doer 321 8-9; Filmon 32 19

School division boundary review See Private Members' Business

Resolutions

Schools, private Accountability

Derkach 1 864; Yeo 1 863-4 Child abuse investigations

Derkach 4340- 1 ; Storie 4340 Course assessment

Derkach 1 864; Yeo 1 864 Financial statements

Derkach 676; Yeo 676 Funding

Derkach 5649-50, 5785, 5883-4, 591 2; Doer 5883-4; Manness 5843-4; Storie 5649, 5784-5. 5843-4, 59 1 2

Audit request Derkach 273-4. 309; Storie 27 3, 309

Law Amendments Committee Filmon 591 2-3; Storie 59 1 2

Guidelines Derkach 676; Yeo 676

Public Schools Act Dcrkach 434 1 ; Storie 434 1 ;

Sexual abuse charges Derkach 4598; Yeo 4598

Schools, public Funding

Derkach 309, 4898-9; Storie 309, 4898-9

Privatization Derkach 892; Storie 89 1 -2

Schools, rural Library services

Derkach 2 1 56; Storie 2 1 56

Schultz, Victor Carnegie Hall Music Competition

Wasylycia-Leis 2246

Securities Amendment Act (Bill 72)

I r Man ness 2002; 2r Connery 3 1 5 1 ; Maloway 5428-9; Minenko 5426-7; Patterson 5427-8; R/S Connery 5940;

Hansard Index

2 13

Securities Amendment Act (Bill 72)---Cont.

3r 5944; R/ A 5957

Selkirk Landing Project See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Selkirk, Manitoba Dry dock facilities

Alcock 5358; A. Driedger 5358

Selkirk Mental Health Centre Staffing levels

Cheema 2967; Orchard 2967

Senate reform Announcement

Carr 29 1 9-20; Filmon 2920 Committee

Carr 2920, 3657, 5303-4, 55 1 3; Filmon 2920, 3657, 5303-4, 55 1 3

See also Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Seniors' Day Carr 872-3; Cowan 873; Downey 872

Seniors Directorate Accomplishments

Carr 865; Downey 865 Canada Pension Plan reforms

Cowan 938; Downey 938 Communications

Carstairs 884; Downey 884 Hotline service review

Downey 87 1 ; Gray 87 1 Initiatives

Carr 865, 2437; Downey 865-6, 2437 Minister's responsibility

Carr 2437; Downey 2437 Role

Carr 536 1 ; Downey 536 1

Seniors' Directorate (Supply) Carr 2365-6, 2370-2, 2407- 1 0, 24 1 6, 241 9-22, 2553-5; Cowan 2366-70, 2374-5, 2422-4; Doer 2555-7; Downey 2364-5, 2370-5, 2405-25, 2553-4, 2557; Gray 2372-4, 2405-7, 24 10-3; Harapiak 241 8-9; Lamoureux 2370- 1 , 24 1 9; Rose 2424-5; Uruski 241 3-5, 241 7

Seniors' education programs Co-ordination

Derkach 868; Yeo 867-8 Funding

Derkach 868; Yeo 868

Seniors' Information Line Assessments

Downey 2689-90; Gray 2689-90 Elder abuse referrals

Downey 2689; Gray 2689

Seniors' Month Carr 279; Doer 279; Downey 278-9

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Seniors' programs In itiatives

Carr 1 5-6; Downey 1 6

Seniors' Support Services Funding

Gray 87 1 ; Orchard 87 1 Yard maintenance program

Downey 87 1 ; Gray 87 1

Seniors' Transport Service Expansion

Downey 5345; Lamoureux 5345

Service de Conseiller St. Viateur Ltee. Closure

Oleson 1 2 1 6; Wasylycia-Leis 1 2 1 6 Funding

Gaudry 1 780- 1 ; Gray 1 2 1 7 , 1 782-3; Oleson 1 2 1 6-7. 1 78 1 -3; Wasylycia-Leis 1 2 1 5-6

Sessional Papers A.E. McKenzie Co. Ltd.

Auditor's Report as of October 3 1 , 1 987 and 1 988

Downey 52 Address for Papers (No. 4) Return

November 2, 1 988 McCrae 241

Agricultural Producers' Organization Certification Agency

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Findlay 149 Agriculture

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 . 1 988

Findlay 27 1 Business Development and Tourism

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988 Includes Manitoba Design Institute

Ernst 1 378 Capital Supply

Administrator message Manness 340

Centre Culture] Franco-Manitobain Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

McCrae 1 006 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Mitchelson 58 1 7 Channel Area Loggers Ltd.

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Downey 1 49 Civil Service Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Hammond 3239 Clean Environment Commission

Annual Report for year ended

Hansard Index

214

Sessional Papers-Cont. March 3 1 , 1 989

Cummings 59 1 0 Communities Economic Development Fund

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Downey 52 Community Services

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Oleson 52 Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 . 1 989

Connery 2238 Co-operative Loans and Loans Guarantee Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Connery 2206 Co-operative Promotion Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Connery 1 967 Criminal Injuries Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 . 1 988

McCrae 1079 Crown Investments

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Manness 241 Culture, Heritage and Recreation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Mitchelson 3848 Discriminatory Business Practices Act

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

McCrae 884 Education

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 . 1 988

Derkach 1 49 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Derkach 5882 Elections Finances Act

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Rocan 377 Energy and Mines

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Neufeld 4646 Estimates for Services of Province

for Capital Expenditures for year ended March 3 1 . 1 990

Manness 34 1 Estimates for Services of Province

for year ended March 3 1 , 1 990

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Sessional Papers--Con/. Manness 341

Estimates sequence McCrae 597

Estimates (Supplementary) For Services of Province for year ended March 3 1 , 1 990

Manness 3782 Fatalities Inquiry Act

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

McCrae 203 Finance

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Manness 1 292 Finance

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Manness 4706 Financial Administration Act

Return under Section 56(3) for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Manness 447 Financial Statements of Boards,

Commissions and Agencies for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Manness 3327 Fisheries

Five Year Report for period ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Enns 48 1 4 Government Services

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

A. Driedger I 0 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

A. Driedger 3940 Health

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Orchard 1 52 1 Highways and Transportation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

A. Driedger 1 0 Housing

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988 Manitoba Housing and Renewal Corporation

Ducharme 1 0 Industry, Trade and Technology

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988 Includes Manitoba Trading Corporation

Ernst 1 378 Insurance Act

Annual Report for period ended May 3 1 , 1 988

Connery 4 1 5

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21 5

Sessional Papers-Cont. Law Enforcement Review Agency

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

McCrae 522 Legal Aid Services of Manitoba

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

McCrae 203 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

McCrae 5882 Legislative Assembly Act

Annual Report for fiscal year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Man ness Legislative Library

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Mitchelson 1 49 Main Supply

Administrator message Manness 341

Manitoba Advisory Council on the Status of Women

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Hammond 1 423 Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Findlay 1 49 Manitoba Arts Council

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Mitchelson 1 49 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Mitchelson 5575 Manitoba Beef Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Findlay 1 49 Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Mitchelson 1 49 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Mitchelson 5234 Manitoba Civil Service Superannuation Board

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Hammond 8 1 2 Manitoba Crop Insurance Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Findlay 1 49 Manitoba Data Services

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 989

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Sessional Papers-Cont. Manness 447

Manitoba Development Corporation Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Ernst 30 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Ernst 5748 Manitoba Energy Authority

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Neufeld 1 292 Manitoba Environmental Council

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Cummings 342 Manitoba Farm Lands Ownership Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Findlay 1 49 Manitoba Film Classification Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

McCrae 1 006 Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Enns 24 1

Hansard Index

Manitoba Hazardous Waste Management Corp. Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Cummings 863 Manitoba Health Research Council

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Orchard I 079 Manitoba Health Services Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Orchard I 777 Manitoba Horse Racing Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Ernst 1 378 Manitoba Human Rights Commission

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

McCrae 1 079 Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Neufeld I I 1 8 Manitoba Intercultural Council

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Mitchelson 149 Manitoba Labour Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Hammond 1 26 Manitoba Labour Board

2 1 6

Sessional Papers-Cont. Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Hammond 4080 Manitoba Labour Management Review Committee

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 986

Hammond 447 Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 . 1 987

Hammond 447 Manitoba Law Foundation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

McCrae 932 Manitoba Law Reform Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

McCrae 1444 Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

McCrae 1 032 Quarterly Report for period ended June 1 989

Manness I 1 56 Quarterly Report for period ended September 1 989

Manness 338 1 Quarterly Report for period ended December 1989

Manness 5748 Manitoba Lotteries Foundation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Mitchelson 1 52 1 Manitoba Mediation Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Findlay 149 Manitoba Milk Prices Review Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Findlay 149 Manitoba Mineral Resources Ltd.

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Neufeld 342 Manitoba Municipal Employees Benefits Board

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Penner 1 2 1 1 Manitoba Municipal Employees Pension Plan

Triennial Actuarial Report For period ended January I . 1 989

Penner 54 1 2 Manitoba Police Commission

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

McCrae 1 079

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Sessional Papers-Cont. Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Cummings 30 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Cummings 5607 Quarterly Report for six months November 1 988-April 1 989

Manness 522 Quarterly Report for period ending October 1 989

Manness 3848 Manitoba Public Trustee

Auditor's Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

McCrae 303 Manitoba Quarterly Financial Report

April - December 1 989 Manness 5339

Manitoba Research Council Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Ernst 1 378 Manitoba Telephone System

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Findlay 203 Manitoba Telephone System

Quarterly Report for period ended March 1989

Manness 597 Quarterly Report for period ended June 1 989

Man ness I 079 Quarterly Report for period ended September 1 989

Manness 3327 Manitoba Quarterly Financial Report

Six months - April-September 1 989 Manness 3775

Manitoba Water Services Board Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Penner 4 1 5 Messages - Lieutenant-Governor

Recommending Bill 27 Manness 4 1 5

Recommending Bill 28 McCrae 560

Recommending Bill 46 Connery 1 52 1

Recommending Bill 5 3 McCrae 1 575

Recommending Bill 56 Connery 1 860

Recommending Bill 64 Connery 1 967

Recommending Bill 65 McCrae 1 967

Recommending Bill 67

Hansard Index

Sessional Papers-Cont. Oleson 2002

Recommending Bill 70 McCrae 205 1

Recommending Bill 79 Penner 2299

Recommending Bill 80 Hammond 2299

Recommending Bill 83 Cummings 2509

Recommending Bill 84 Cummings 2509

Recommending Bill 86 Manness 2964

Recommending Bill 98 Manness 5 1 52

Moose Lake Loggers Ltd. Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Downey 1 49 Municipal Affairs

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Penner 4 1 5 Municipal Board

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Penner 4 1 5 Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 989

Penner 54 12 Natural Resources

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Enns 241 Northern Affairs

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Downey 52 Ombudsman

Annual Report under Section 55 Freedom of Information Act for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Rocan 1079 Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Rocan 1 1 56 Public Accounts and Supplements

For year ended March 3 1 , 1 989 Manness 4706

Public I nvestments Corporation Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Manness 241 Public Officers Act

Return under Section 20, June, 1 989 Manness 447

Public Schools Finance Board Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Derkach 1423 Public Service Group Insurance Fund

217

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Sessional Papers-Con/. Actuarial Report as at December 3 1 , 1 988

Hammond 2002 Public Utilities Board

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Connery 24 1 Regulations Act

Copy of regulations filed No. 254/88 to 534/88 No. l /90 to 1 1 0/89

McCrae 203 Rent Regulation Program

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Ducharme 1 52 1 Statute Re-enactment and By-law

Validation (Winnipeg) Act (Bill 38) By-laws and Agreements validated by

McCrae 1 355 Statute Re-enactment and By-law

Validation (Winnipeg) Act (Bill 38) Roll as defined in

McCrae 1 355 Surface Rights Board

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Penner 1 378 Teachers' Retirement Allowances Fund Board

Annual Report for year ended December 3 1 , 1 988

Derkach 969 Trade Practices Inquiry Act

Annual Report for period ended May 26, 1 988

Connery 4 1 5 University of Brandon

Annual Financial Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Derkach 1 423 University of Manitoba

Annual Financial Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Derkach 1 423 University of Winnipeg

Annual Financial Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Derkach 1 423 Urban Affairs

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 988

Ducharme 271 Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

Ducharme 59 1 0 Victim Assistance Committee

Annual Report for year ended March 3 1 , 1 989

McCrae 1 658 Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba

Annual Report for year ended

Hansard Index

218

Sessional Papers-Cont. December 3 1 , 1 988

Connery 4 1 5 Workers Compensation Board o f Manitoba

Quarterly Report for three month period January to March 1 989

Connery 4 1 5 Written Question (No. 3) Reply

November 2, 1 988 McCrae 241

Seven Oaks Hospital Emergency services

Cheema 3384, 3493; Orchard 3384, 3493

Obstetrical services Cheema 1 95-6, 5 1 8

Sewage disposal Cleanup

Charles 332; Ducharme 332 Municipal guidelines

Charles 33 1 ; Penner 33 1

Sewage treatment plant - Brandon Funding, federal

Ernst 4492; L.S. Evans 4492;

Sexual abuse Group home monitoring

Filmon 1 746; Gray 1 746

Shand Generating Station Acid rain

Taylor 255

Shell Canada Limited Environment Act violations

Cummings 3655; Taylor 3655 Gasoline spill monitoring

Cummings 3655, 3676-8; Taylor 3655, 3676-8

Shelter allowances Cost of living increase

Ducharme 22 1 0; Filmon 1 843-4; Lamoureux 1 843, 22 10

Funding Downey 221 0; Ducharme 221 0; Filmon 1 844; Lamoureux 1 844, 22 1 0

Shevchenko, Taras I 75th anniversary of birth

Minenko 1 1 97-8

Shoal Lake - Gold mine Water quality

Cummings 1 07, 3277-8, 371 1 -4; Harapiak 3277-8; Taylor 37 1 0, 37 1 2-4

See also Mikado Mine - Bag Bay

Silica-Sand Plant Environmental impact study

Carstairs 1 5 1 ; Cummings 1 5 1 Negotiation process

Carstairs 1 50; Filmon 1 50 Pilot plant phase

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Silica-Sand Plant-Cont. Filmon 553

Provincial investment Carstairs 1 49-50; Neufeld 1 50

Revenue source Carstairs 1 50; Neufeld 1 50

Single parents Meeting request

Gray 4064; Oleson 4064

Sister Clermont Health Plan Funding

Gray 246; Orchard 246 Government support

Gaudry 244; Orchard 244 Termination

Gaudry 244; Orchard 244

Skills Development Program Funding

Carstairs 449; Manness 449

Skills Unlimited Evaluation

Carstairs I I 1 9; Oleson I I 1 9 Funding

Carstairs 1 1 1 9, 1 1 56, 1 1 9 1 -2; Filmon 1 1 92; Oleson 1 1 1 9, 1 1 20, 1 1 56, 1 1 9 1 ; Wasylycia-Leis 1 1 1 9-20

Order-in-Council Carstairs 1 1 9 1 ; Filmon 1 1 9 1 -2

Slotin, Louis Death of, Winnipeg scientist

Minenko 4495

Smerchanski, Mark Death of, former M LA ( Burrows)

Carstairs 1 1 63; Filmon I 1 63; Uruski 1 1 63-4

Smoking in Public Places By-law Administration

Filmon 3853-4; Gilleshammer 3853 Fine imposition

Filmon 3854; Gilleshammer 3854

Smoking prevention See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Social agencies Funding

Filmon 5362; Wasylycia-Leis 5362

Social Allowances Amendment Act (Bill 67)

I r Oleson 2002; 2r Ashton 3825-30; L.S. Evans 382 1 -4; Harapiak 3824; Oleson 2448-9, 3830; Rose 2449-54; Storie 3406-8; Uruski 3825; 3r 4078; R/ A 4079

Social assistance 55-Plus Program

Oleson 383; Rose 383

Hansard Index

219

Social assistance--Cont. CRISP payments

Oleson 383, 604-5; Rose 383, 604-5 Citizenship questioned

Oleson 3 1 26; Rose 3 1 26 Clothing provisions

Oleson 245; Rose 245 Finlay, Jim

Oleson 245; Rose 244-5 Lunch program

Derkach 605; Rose 605 Manitoba rate

Oleson 429 1 ; Rose 4290- 1 ; Policy review

Filmon 2969; Oleson 3 1 26; Rose 2969, 3 1 26

Rate increase Oleson 3444; Rose 3444

Regulation amendments Oleson 2824; Rose 2824

Rental allowance Oleson 604; Rose 604

Shelter allowance Oleson 3444; Rose 3444

See also Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities Deficit budget

Gray 5237; Oleson 5237 Funding

Gray 4365-6, 5237; Oleson 4365-6, 4378, 5236-7; Wasylycia-Leis 4378, 5236

Funding, rural Gray 5342-3; Oleson 5343; Penner 5343

Pediatric services Oleson 5236; Wasylycia-Leis 5236

Service reduction Gray 5237, 5343; Oleson 5237, 5343

Solvent abuse See Public Health Amendment Act (Bill 9 1 )

Solvit Resources Inc. Clean-up procedures

Doer 866-7; Cummings 867 Fire Commissioner's report

Ashton 4 1 37; Cummings 1 449; Doer 1 448-9, 38 1 5, 406 1 , 4 1 35; Edwards 4360- 1 ; Hammond 38 1 5, 406 1 , 4085,

4 1 35, 4 1 37, 4360- 1 ; Harapiak 4085

Hazardous materials Dumping

Doer 867; Cummings 867 Handling

Cummings I 009; Doer I 009 Storage record

Doer 38 1 5; Hammond 38 1 5; I nvestigation

Doer 867, 4 1 38-9; Cummings 867; Hammond 4 1 38-9

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Solvit Resources Inc.-Cont. I ndependent

Cummings 1 008- 1 0; Doer 1 008- 1 0, 38 15 , 406 1 ; Hammond 38 1 5, 406 1

Labour citation Edwards 4 1 39; Hammond 4 1 39

Plant capacity Cummings 1 449; Doer 1 449

Public inquiry Ashton 41 38; Cummings 1 449; Doer 1 449, 4 1 35, 41 89; Filmon 4 1 89-90; Hammond 1449, 4 1 35, 4 1 38

Storage capacity statistics Cummings 1449; Doer 1449, 4 1 35, 4 1 39, 4 1 89; Hammond 41 35-6, 41 39, 4 1 89

South Africa 1 3th anniversary - Soweto uprising

Harper 658-9 Diplomatic relations

Doer 2877; Filmon 2877 South African Embassy

Intelligence operation CSIS intervention

Edwards 2879; McCrae 2880 External Affairs intervention

Doer 2877; Filmon 2877, 2920

Speaker's Forum on the Status of Disabled Persons Charles 279; Oleson 279-80; Plohman 280

Speaker's Statements Bill Debate

Relevancy to subject matter Rocan 2476

Gallery attendance Rules of the House

Rocan 5960, 5972 I nternship Program

1 989-90 selections Rocan 280

Media serums Corridor congestion

Rocan 5974 Season's Greetings

Rocan 4066-7

Special needs children Accountability

Derkach 244, 309; Storie 243, 309 Advisory committee report

Derkach 243; Storie 242-3 Funding

Derkach 243, 676; Storie 243; Yeo 676

Funding, literacy programs Derkach 973; Yeo 973

Schools, private Derkach 243, 273; Storie 243, 273

Speech pathologists Educational incentives

220

Speech pathologists-Con/. Cheema 3984; Derkach 3984

Funding Cheema 3984; Orchard 3984

Shortages Government initiatives

Derkach 2989; Yeo 2989 Policy statement

Derkach 2989; Yeo 2989 Recruitment

Derkach 2989; Yeo 2989 Student assistance

Derkach 3589-90; Yeo 3589-90 Waiting period

Cheema 3984; Orchard 3984

Speech therapy Chi ldren services

Cheema 565, 603; Orchard 565, 603 Preschool services

Cheema 25 1 2; Orchard 25 1 2-3 Rural services

Cheema 25 1 3 ; Orchard 25 1 3 Waiting period

Cheema 565; Orchard 565

Spence Lake See Meadow Portage

Sport Policy Advisory Committee Steroid use

Doer 55; Ernst 55

Springhill Farms Limited Agreement details

Findlay 4954; Uruski 4954 Closure

L.E. Evans 2239; Findlay 2239 Impact hog industry

L.E. Evans 4902, 4954; Findlay 4902, 4953, 4954; Uruski 4953

Hog price guarantees L.E. Evans 490 1 ; Findlay 4901

Pork countervail L.E. Evans 1 1 6 1 ; Findlay 1 1 6 1

Pricing formula L.E. Evans 4954; Findlay 4954

Provincial commitment L.E. Evans 490 1 ; Findlay 490 1

Purchase plan L.E. Evans 4954; Findlay 4954

Status report Ernst 4492: L.S. Evans 4492

See also Free Trade Agreement

Status of Women (Supply) Opening Remarks

Hammond 4783-6 Response

Gray 4786 Wasylycia-Leis 4786-7

Advisory Council on the Status of Women Salaries

Gray 4787-93; Hammond 4787-97;

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Status of Women (Supply)-Conl. Wasylycia-Leis 4793-7

Statute Law Amendment Act, 1 990 (Bill 102)

I r McCrae 58 19; 2r 5847; CjW Ashton 5923-4; McCrae 5924-5; Minenko 5924-5; R/S McCrae 5943; 3r 5946; R/ A

5958

Statute Law Amendment (Re-enacted Statutes) Act, 1 990 (Bill 103)

I r McCrae 5 8 1 9; 2r McCrae 5847; CjW 5925; R/S McCrae 5943; 3r 5946; RjA 5958

Statute Law Amendment (Taxation) Act, 1989 (Bill 86)

I r Man ness 2964; 2r Alcock 3225-7; Doer 3227-9; L.S. Evans 343 1 -5 ; Manness 3223-5, 3435; c;w Alcock 3643-4; L.S. Evans 3640- 1 , 3642-3, 3645; Harapiak 364 1 -2; Kozak 3638-40, 364 1 , 3644-6; Mandrake 3642; Manness 3638-46; 3r 3649-50; R/ A 3650

Statute Re-enactment and By-Law Validation (Municipal) Act (Bill 101 )

I r McCrae 5683; 2r Edwards 579 1 -4; McCrae 579 1 ; R/S McCrae 5943; 3r 5946; R/ A 5958

Statute Re-enactment and By-law Validation (Winnipeg) Act (Bill 38)

I r McCrae 1 1 1 8 ; 2r Ashton 3950; Edwards 2974-6; McCrae 1 355-6, 395 1 ; 3 r 4078; R/ A 4079

Steroid use Strategy development

Doer 55-6; Ernst 56 Veterinary prescriptions

Doer 55; Ernst 55

STORIE, Jerry T. (NDP, Flin Flon) Budget Debate

398-404 Economic Development, Standing Committee

1 st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt, Matter of (alleged) 1 57 1 ; taken under advisement 1 574-5; Referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 93-6; 423 1 -3

Consumer Protection Amendment Act (3) (Bill 63)

2r 3898-390 I Documents Tabled

Laureate Academy Letter dated March 1 7, 1 989 respecting new education funding

273 Provincial Auditor

Letter dated June I , 1 989 from Storie

221

STORIE, Jerry T. (NDP, Flin Flon)-Cont. respecting misuse of special needs funding

273 Education Administration Amendment Act

( Bil l 60) 2r 4 725-7, 5492-6

Education and Training (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Derkach) 4626-30 Response

4632-6 (Yeo) 4630-2

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 4636 Financial Services

Salaries 4 705 Personnel Services

Salaries 4704 Research and Planning

Salaries 4702-3 Bureau de !'education Franaise

Library and Materials Production Other Expenditures 5060

Expenditures Related to Capital Acquisition/Construction of Physical Assets 5063

Post-Secondary, Adult Continuing Education and Training

Assiniboine Community College Salaries 4927-8

Executive Support/Skills Development Labour Market Policy 4849 New Careers - North 4849- 5 1 New Careers - South 4854

Keewatin Community College Salaries 4928-30

Market Driven Training Salaries 4938

Post-Secondary Career Development -Southern Programs

Salaries 4933-5 Red River Community College

Salaries 4856-8 Special Programs

Salaries 500 I Program Development Support Services

Distance Education and Technology Salaries 4844-7

I nner-City Education I nitiative Other Expenditures 4848

I nstructional Resources Salaries 4842

Universities Grants Commission Salaries 5006-7, 5030-4

Electoral Divisions Amendment Act (Bill I I )

2r 796-7 Employment Standards Amendment Act

(Bill 1 7) 2r 3209- 1 1

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STORIE, Jerry T. (NDP, Flin Flonf--Conl. Endangered Species Act

(Bill 8) 2r 1 764-8, 2667-8

Energy and Mines (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Neufeld) 3 1 88-9 1 . 3 1 94-5 Response

3 1 9 1 -4 Administration and Finance

Administrative Services Other Expenditures 335 1

Executive Support Other Expenditures 3349-50 Salaries 3 1 97-9. 3349

Minister's Salary 4 1 57-8 Energy

Energy Policy Salaries 3694-6

Manitoba Energy Council 3697-9 Petroleum

Salaries 3696-7 Manitoba Energy Authority 4 1 57 Mineral Resources

Canada-Manitoba Mineral Development Agreement

Salaries 4 1 56-7 Mineral Resource Administration

Salaries 3702-3, 3908, 3920-2 Mines

Salaries 4 1 42-3, 4 1 48-52. 4 1 56 Energy Rate Stabilization Amendment Act

(Bill 53) 2r 2902-5. 3482-5

Environment (Supply) Administration and Finance

Executive Support Salaries 3067-8

Fatality Inquiries Act (Bill 65)

2r 3390-5 Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act

(Bill 27) 2r 873-8

Grievance. Malter of Northern Manitoba

Federal/Provincial policies 23 1 5-2 1 Health (Supply)

Community Health Services (Operations) Regional Services

Salaries 2830-6 Community Health Services (Programs)

Gerontology Salaries 2708- 10

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Bill 3 )

2r 7 1 5-7 Highway Traffic Amendment Act (2)

(Bill 4) I r 2428-9

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (5) ( Bill 54)

2r 168 1

Hansard Index

222

STORIE, Jerry T. (NDP, Flin Flon)-Cont. Highways and Transportation (Supply)

Planning and Design and Land Surveys Planning and Design

Salaries and Wages 8 3 1 -2 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bill 29) 2r 909- 1 3, 9 1 5-6

International Sale of Goods Act (Bill 7)

2r I 1 39-43 Labour Relations Amendment Act

(Bill 3 1 ) 2r 4868-74: (Hoist Motion) 5282-7

Landlord and Tenant Amendment Act (Bill 2)

2r 2 1 97-9 Law Reform Commission Act

(Bill 6) 2r 249 1-5

Law Society Amendment Act (2) (Bill 7 1 )

2r 4000- 1 Loan Act, 1 989

(Bill 34) 2r 2888-94

Manitoba Data Services Disposition and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 98)

2r 5520-6 Manitoba Energy Foundation Repeal Act

(Bill 92) 2r 557 1 -3

Ministerial Statements Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting

Environmental order issued Response 8 1 1 -2

Manitoba Hydro Seasonal Diversity Agreements

Response 3070 National Safe Driving Week

34th Annual Response 341 7-8

Municipal Assessment Amendment Act (Bill 20)

2r 2500-2 Non-Political Statements

Edwards, Duane 1 990 Labat! Tankard Provincial Men's Championship team 5242

Manitoba 4-H Activities 2535 Mathias Colomb First Nation

Health care funding administration 1 1 27

National Chess Championship 60 Royal Winnipeg Ballet

50th Anniversary 1 583 Uniroyal Goodrich World Junior Curling

Championships 5827 Oral Questions

Air ambulances Access policy 8 1 7

Bill No. 1 6 Education Minister's support 5648

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STORIE, Jerry T. (NDP, Flin Flon)---Cont.

Bill No. 1 7 Minister's support 2009

Churchill River Dam Environmental impact study 1 523, 1 580 Legal intervention 1 523-4 Licensing 1 523 PCB spill 1 580

Conawapa Project Employment opportunities 2649, 349 1 Environment working group 349 1 Ontario Hydro sale 3490

Education, Minister of Resignation request 59 1 3

Education system School year length 4899 Transportation grants 4899

Educational materials Selection criteria 2 1 56

Energy and Mines, Minister of Resignation request 2735

Energy rate stabilization Program costs 3424

Farley Lake gold deposit Government purchase 2384

Free Trade Agreement Environment funding impact 2650

Goods and services tax Manitoba Federation of Labour 3657 Seven percent tax 3658

H udson Bay Mining and Smelting Air quality analysis 730- 1 Modernization 1 866 Pollution 530

Monitoring 729-30 ICG Utilities

Rural rate increase 3984-5 Supply shut-off regulations 870

Justice, Department of Toll free services 288 1

Labour, Department of Employment Standards Branch

Toll free services 3446 Laureate Academy

Funding 273 Limestone Employment Training Centre

Reimplementation 2472 Literacy programs

Funding 1 344-6 Lynn Lake, Manitoba

Mining proposal 1 1 60 Negotiations 2385 Seminars

Government representative 4976 LynnGold Resources Inc.

Government proposal 2308-9 Negotiations 2735 UIC benefits 5 1 82-3

Manitoba Hydro Development

Future benefits 3490 Funds recoverable 3424 Northern States Power sale 1 2 1 7

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223

STORIE, Jerry T. (NDP, Flin Flon)---Cont.

Ontario Hydro sale 1 2 1 7-8 Rate increase proposal 3424

Manitoba Literacy Council Granting policy 1 346

Margaret Scott school Parents meetings 4688 Upgrading 4688

Mathias Colomb I ndian Band Provincial Court resumption 429 1

Municipalities Direct gas purchase 3985

National Energy Board Export l icence disallowment 2058

Nelson-Burntwood Agreement Northern Manitoba employment 247 1

Northern Development Agreement Northern education funding 4 1 9 1 -2

Northern education Professional recruitment 3 1 29

Northern flooding Correspondence request 22 1 1 Court action 2 2 1 1

Northern Tax Allowance Impact education system 3 1 29

Public Uti l ities Board ICG rate application 869-70

Rural Development, Department of Tol l free services 288 1 , 3446

Rural services Enhancement 288 1

Schools, private Accountability 434 1 Child abuse investigation 4340 Corporal punishment 4340 Funding

Ana lysis 59 1 2 Audit request 273, 309 Formula 5649, 5784-5, 5843-4 Law Amendments Committee 59 1 2

Schools, public Funding 309, 4899 Privatization 89 1

Schools, rural Library services 2 1 56

Single industry communities Government support 1 1 59-60

Special needs children Advisory committee report 242-3 Funding 243

Accountability 243, 309 Schools, private 243, 273

Tartan Lake mine Closure 1 866 Technical assistance 1 866

Whiteshell School Division Privatization 89 1

Winnipeg Education Centre Construction delay 2533 Housing complex construction 2533 Review tabling request 2533, 45 1 6

Winnipeg School Division

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STORIE, Jerry T. (NDP, Flin Flon)-Cont. Funding 5 1 57, 5648-9, 59 1 1 -2 Minister's meeting 5 1 56-7 Reconstruction policy 4687-8

Orders for Return No. 8, dated June 1 5, 1 989

McCrae 606 Ozone Depleting Substances Act

(Bill 83) 2r 3878-8 1

Points of Order P/0 by Manness respecting words

"window dressing" (Storie) 1 89; taken under advisement 1 89; ruled out of order 350

P /0 by McCrae respecting words "The people of Flin Flon want the whole truth" (Storie) 730; Ashton 730; withdrawal requested 730; Storie 730; unequivocal withdrawal requested 730; withdrawn (Storie) 730

P /0 by McCrae respecting words "We have all noted with interest that there have been changes to the Public Uti lities Board, I presume so it is easier for I CG to get their rate applications through" (Storie) 870; withdrawal requested ( McCrae) 870; Ashton 870; Filmon 870; taken under advisement 8 70; ruled in order 979; withdrawal requested 979; withdrawn (Storie) 979

P /0 by McCrae respecting brevity of supplementary questions 2384; Storie 2385; ruled in order 2385

Private Members' Business Resolutions

Boards, Commissions and Agencies Appointments 1 1 5 1 -3

Breast Cancer Screening 5209- 1 1 Canadian Energy Supplies 1 77 1 -4 I mmigration and Human Rights 3468-9 Northern Tax Allowance 234 1 -2 Northern University establishment

2577-8 Restaurant Allergy Menus 1 488-9 School Division Boundary Review 278 1 -2

Privilege, Matter of Air Ambulance Service

Access Policy Alcock 864; Ashton 863-4; McCrae 864; (Orchard) 863; Storie 864; taken under advisement 864; ruled out of order 979

LynnGold Resources Inc. False information alleged Angus 230 1 ; (Cowan) 2299-30 1 ; McCrae 230 1 -2; Storie 2302;

Hansard Index

224

STORIE, Jerry T. (NDP, Flin Flon)-Cont. taken under advisement 2302· ruled out of order 4398

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Native Education Post-secondary funding Carstairs 3 1 3-4; (Doer) 3 1 2-3; McCrae 3 1 3 ; ruled in order 3 1 4

Debate 3 1 7-8

Rural Development, Department of Toll free service availability (Storie) 3446; McCrae 3447; taken under advisement 3447; ruled out of order 59 1 9-20

Public Schools Amendment Act ( Bill 59)

2r 47 1 9-25 Social Allowances Amendment Act

(Bill 67) 2r 3406-8

Throne Speech Debate 1 87-92

Urgent Public Importance, Matter of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba 5475-6 Goods and services tax

Effects on Manitoba I 047-8

V I A Rail Cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 43 1 5-6

Waste Reduction and Prevention and Consequential Amendment Act (Bi l l 84)

2r 2625-30 Wills Amendment Act

(Bill 50) 2r 5380-2

Strawberry Festival Portage Ia Prairie

Connery I 0 1 4-5

Street Performers Festival Funding

Charles 2595; Hemphill 2594-5, 2597; Mitchelson 2594-7

Strong, Maurice Sustainable Development Committee

L.E. Evans 78-9

Stubble and peat burning Accident statistics

Carstairs 1 860; A. Driedger 1 860- 1 Education

L .E . Evans 1 327-8; Findlay 1 327-9; Uruski 1 328-9

Government strategy Cummings 1 1 94; Taylor 1 1 94

Health hazards Cummings I 1 94: Taylor I 1 94

Regulations Carstairs 1 860- 1 ; Cummings I 1 94, 1 860; Enns 1 86 1 ; Taylor I 1 94

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Hansard Index

Sturgeon Creek Enterprises Program review

Filmon 4290; Wasylycia-Leis 4290

Sturgeon Road Responsibility

A. Driedger 4087; Yeo 4087 Speed reduction

A. Driedger 4087; Yeo 4086-7 Widening

Ernst 4087; Yeo 4087

Substance abuse Availability

Carstairs 465 1 ; Derkach 465 1 -2 Compulsory education program

Carstairs 406 1 , 4650, 465 1 ; Derkach 406 1 , 4650, 465 1 -2

Cost-shared program Orchard 420; Wasylycia-Leis 420

Counselling programs Carstairs 4650; Derkach 4650

Crack cocaine education programs Carstairs 1 379-80; Oleson 1 379; Orchard 1 380

Education programs Carstairs 3775; Oleson 3775

Federal rehabilitation funds Carstairs 1 380, 1 428, 2 5 1 0, 3775; Orchard 1 380, 1 428, 2 5 1 0, 3775-6

Rubbing alcohol restrictions McCrae 5685-6; Wasylycia-Leis 5685-6

Women's program Orchard 42 1 ; Wasylycia-Leis 42 1

Youth education program Carstairs 2509- 1 0, 3775, 4060; Orchard 2509- 1 1 , 3775, 4060

See also Lemay House

Suicide rate Analysis

Edwards 3548; McCrae 3548 Correctional institutions

Edwards 3548; McCrae 3548, 3589

Summary Convictions Amendment Act (Bill 66)

I r McCrae 1 967; 2r Edwards 3 1 36-9; McCrae 2523; R/S McCrae 5789; 3r 5790; R/A 5836

Summer Youth Employment Services Funding

Filmon 5 1 80; Yeo 5 1 80

Supplementary Supply 5064-5

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1989 (Bill 100)

I r Man ness 5634; 2r Chornopyski 5762-4; Cummings 5895-5900; H. Driedger 5770-4; Enns 5905-9; L.E. Evans 5802-4; Findlay 5900-5; Kozak 5759-62; Lamoureux 5794-8;

225

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1989 (Bill 100)--Cont.

Mandrake 5755-9; Minenko 5798-5802; Praznik 5890-5; Roch 5872-7; Rose 5764-70; Taylor 5804-9; Uruski 5809- 1 1 ; CjW 5923; R/S Man ness 5943; 3r 5946; R/ A 5958

Supply, Committee of Capital Supply

Manness 1 856 Concurrence Motion

Manness 5574 Interim Supply

Manness 892-3 Interim Supply

3846 Motion Committee rise

Highways and Transportation Alcock 1 1 67-8 Motion carried 1 1 70

Sustainable development Agricultural representative

L .E. Evans 277; Findlay 277

Sustainable Development, International Institute for Announcement

Alcock 530 I ; Carstairs 5274; Filmon 5274-5, 530 1

Funding Cummings 4269; Filmon 1 5; Taylor 1 5 , 4268-9

Site announcement Charles 1 424; Cummings 4268; Filmon 1 424-5; Taylor 4268

Status Cummings 3282-5, 3 3 1 2-4; Taylor 328 1 -5, 3 3 1 2-4

Swain, Bob Appointment

Charles 2 7 1 6-7; M itchelson 27 1 6-7 See also Community Investment Fund

Tartan Lake Mine Closure

Edwards 1 967; Neufeld 1 866, 1 967; Storie 1 866

Labour adjustment strategy Edwards 1 968; Neufeld 1 968

Technical assistance Neufeld 1 866; Storie 1 866

Taxicab drivers Gilmore Report

A. Driedger 3987; Mandrake 3987 Loan program

Carstairs 1 684; A. Driedger 1 685 Protective shields

Carstairs 1 684; Cheema 1 450- 1 ; A . Driedger 1 45 1 , 1 684

Safety and health Cheema 1 450; A. Driedger 1 450

Training program

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Taxicab drivers--Coni. Carstairs 1 685; A. Driedger 1 685

TAYLOR, Harold (LIB, Wolseley) Constitution Amendment. 1 987

6046-53 Dangerous Goods Handling and

Transportation Amendment Act (Bill 82) 2r 4965-8; 3r 5629-3 1

Documents Tabled Manitoba Eco-Network Inc.

Letter from J .Dubois to Cummings respecting funding

4598 Economic Development. Standing Committee

I st Report Helwer 1 57 1

Contempt. Matter of (al leged) 1 57 1 ; 1 572-3; taken under advisement 1 574-5; referred to Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections 4 1 93-6; 4 1 96-4200

Environment (Supply) Opening Remarks

(Cummings) 3054-7. 3066-7 Response

(Doer) 3057-62 3062-6

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 3 1 02- 1 0. 328 1 -5. 33 1 2-24, 3353. 35 1 7-32. 36 1 0-5. 36 1 7-20. 3673-8, 3709-20

Minister's Salary 372 1 Environmental Advisory Organizations

Clean Environment Commission Salaries 3 7 2 1

Environmental Management Environmental Control Services

Salaries 3720 Environment Amendment Act

(Bill 8 1 ) 2r 4887-90; 3r 56 1 4-20

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Act (Bill 27)

2r 1 204-8 Health (Supply)

Manitoba Health Services Commission 3247-5 1

Ministerial Statements H udson Bay Mining and Smelting

Environmental order issued Response 8 1 I

Municipal Assessment and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 79)

R/S 427 1 ; 3r 4280- 1 Non-Political Statements

Royal Winnipeg Rines Foundation Prisoner of War memorial 422-3

Oral Questions

Airport protection

Hansard Index

226

TAYLOR, Harold (LIB, Wolseley}-Cont. All-party agreement 2007 Pines Residential Development 2007

Boating regulations Speed limits 8 1 9

Budget - Federal Impact environment programs 5578

Canadian Wildlife Federation Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project 1 578-9

Child care centres Environmental concerns I 1 23 Lead exposure I 084-5

Churchill River Dam Environmental impact study 4687 Licensing 4687 Meeting cancellation 4687

Conawapa Project Diesel fuel spill 3778-9 Environmental

Hearings 3586-7 Impact study 3877

Fuel tank inspection 3985 River diversions 3587 Work stoppage request 3878

Dutch Elm disease Initiatives 1 453

Environment Act Gasoline spill monitoring 3655

Environment, Department of Smokestack emission tests 5578

Forks Renewal Corporation Court injunction. construction 5825 Environment Act

Exemption 5686 Violation 5824-5

Environmental impact study 5686 Gold mine - Shoal Lake

Correspondence request 732 Environmental hearings 59 1 1 Tailing sample analysis 784 Water protection plan 73 1 -2 Water quality 59 1 1 Winnipeg Water Protection Group 59 1 1

Headingley Correctional Institute Raw sewage disposal 578 1

Manfor divestiture Environmental impact study 1 5

Manitoba Eco-Network Inc. Funding 4598-9

Mathias Colomb Indian Band Environment Minister meeting 5241

Mikado Mine - Bag Bay Information

Censorship 1 6 1 I Release 1 6 1 0

Retention ponds 1 609- 1 0 Municipal Works Yard

Air sampling 1 972 Relocation 1 972

Pembina River Diversion Environment Minister's position 5700 Environmental impact study 5782

Federal 5885

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TAYLOR, Harold (LIB, Wolseley)---Cont. Hearing delay 5700, 5782 Impact farming community 5700, 5782

Petroleum products Fuel tank spills

Cleanup procedures 59 1 0 Monitoring 59 1 0

Storage tank monitoring 3985 The Pines Project

Riverbank protection 2007 Rafferty-Alameda Dam Project

Agreement 4284 Agreement, draft 4336 Construction

Delay 4026 Suspension 4065, 4228, 4336

Design changes 4397 Environmental impact study 1 5 , 783, 4337 External Affairs intervention 4026 Government position 4396 I ndependent panel review 4284-5 Inter-governmental negotiations 4336 Legal

Compliance 473 1 I ntervention 4284-5

Licence Breach 4065 Suspension 4228

Natural Resources involvement 4064 Operation startup 4730 U .S. Corps of Engineers report 4025-6 Water retention 4730- 1

Repap Manitoba I nc. Emission standards 5535 Licence suspension request 5535-6

Rivers - Winnipeg Management plan 820

Shell Canada Limited Environment Act violations 3655

Stubble burning Government strategy I 1 94 Health hazards 1 1 94 Regulations I 1 94

Sustainable Development, I nternational Institute for

Funding 1 5 Funding, federal

Commitment 4268-9 Negotiations 4269

Site announcement 4268 West Broadway Day Care Centre

Funding 5483 Lead exposure 1 085, 1 1 22, 1 2 1 3

West Broadway Family Centre Funding 5536-7, 56 1 2-3

Winnipeg Regional Housing Environmental concerns 1 1 23

Winnipeg Water Protection Group Funding 784, 1 578

Ozone Depleting Substances Act (Bil l 83)

2r 384 1 -4; 3r 5656-60 Points of Order

Hansard Index

227

TAYLOR, Harold (LIB, Wolseley)---Conl. P fO by Ashton respecting words

"the Member of hypocrisy" (Taylor) referencing Wasylycia-Leis 1 842; Taylor 1 842; taken under advisement 1 842; ruled out of order 2 1 58

P fO by Rocan respecting words "I assume those rules will be applied to everyone" (Taylor) in response to procedural statement 784; withdrawal requested 784; withdrawn (Taylor) 784

P /0 by Taylor respecting imputation of motives (Cummings) 37 1 3; taken under advisement

(Chornopyski) 372 1 Private Members' Business

Address for Papers Churchill Rocket Range 40 1 0-2 Goods and services tax 5 1 09- 1 1

Resolutions Boating safety, Winnipeg R ivers 3037-9 Environmentally acceptable packaging

4554-6 Waste management 1 996-8 Winnipeg Rivers management 3803-6

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989 ( Bil l 1 00)

2r 5804-9 Throne Speech Debate

253-9 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 883-5

V I A Rail Cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 43 1 7-9

Waste Reduction and Prevention and Consequential Amendments Act (Bill 84)

2r 3868-70, 3882-3 Wildli fe Amendment Act

(Bill 35) 2r 4503-5

Teaching profession Binding arbitration

Carstairs 3489; Derkach 3489 Decertification

Child Protection Centre discussions Derkach 2917; Yeo 29 1 7

False accusation protection Derkach 29 1 7; Yeo 29 1 7

Financial compensation Derkach 2683; Yeo 2683

Reinstatement Derkach 29 1 7-8; Yeo 29 1 7

Relocation assistance Derkach 2683; Yeo 2683

Sexual abuse charges Derkach 2683; Yeo 2683

Tender process Schulman, Perry hiring

L.S. Evans 247; McCrae 247

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Tender process-Con/. Unfair hiring practices

A. Driedger 247, 275; L.S. Evans 247

Thomas Mall Real Estate Management Brandon Regional Office

A. Driedger 275

Thompson Crisis Centre Closure

Ashton 2822; Oleson 2822 Minister's intervention

Ashton 2822; Oleson 2822 Service reduction

Ashton 2822; Oleson 2822-3

Thompson General Hospital Anesthetist shortage

Ashton 8 1 8-9; Filmon 8 1 8-9 Bed closures

Carstairs 4263-4; Orchard 4264 Funding

Ashton 4269; Orchard 4270; I mmigrant physician licensing

Ashton 2078; Orchard 2078 Maintenance

Ashton 8 1 9; Filmon 8 1 9 Nurse recruitment

Ashton 4269; Orchard 4269 Pay equity

Ashton 4269; Orchard 4269 Physician recruitment

Ashton 2078; Orchard 2078 Quick-response team

Ashton 55 1 9; Derkach 5 5 1 9-20 Staff recruitment

Carstairs 4264; Orchard 4264

Thompson, Manitoba Clinic setup

Ashton 2078; Orchard 2078-9 Physician shortage

Cheema 2280- 1 ; Orchard 228 1

Thorlakson, Dr. Paul Henrik Thorbjorn Death of, Chancellor University of Wpg.

Yeo 2 1 59

Throne Speech Address

Cultural Heritage Johnson 4

Economic Outlook Johnson 2

Education Johnson 4-5

Environmental Protection Johnson 2-3

Equality For All Johnson 5

Estimates and Public Accounts Johnson 7

Family Services Johnson 6

Federal/Provincial Relations

Hansard Index

228

Throne Speech-Cont. Johnson 7

Fiscal I mprovements Johnson 1 -2

Future Development Johnson 7

Health Care Johnson 5-6

Justice and Reform Johnson 6-7

Northern Manitoba Johnson 3-4

Rural Development Johnson 3

Social Priorities Johnson 5

Urban Affairs Johnson 4

Consider Motion Filmon 8

Debate Alcock 263-8; Ashton 2 1 0-7· Burrell 4 1 -2; Carr 289-94;

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Carstairs 43-50; Charles I I 0-5; Cheema 1 92-6; Connery 1 96-202; Cowan 1 45-8, 1 57-60; Cummings 1 06- 1 0; Derkach I 1 5-20; Doer 6 1 -72; Downey 72-7; A. Driedger 1 37-44; H. Driedger 229-34; Ducharme 259-63· Edwards 1 60-6; L.E. Evans 77-83;

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Filmon 294-302; Findlay 2 1 7-23; Gil leshammer 1 34-7; Gray 223-8; Harper 237-40, 248-9; Helwer 234-7; McCrae 88-9, 99- 1 0 I ; Minenko 83-8· Mitchelson 1 82-7; Pankratz 38-4 1 ;

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Patterson 280-4; Penner 249-53; Plohman 1 72-7; Praznik 1 66-72; Roch 1 2 1 -5, 1 33-4; Storie 1 87-92· Taylor 253-9; Uruski 1 0 1 -6;

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Wasylycia-Leis 268-9, 284-9; Yeo 1 77-82

Minority language rights Carr 560; Filmon 560- 1

Motion amendment Carstairs 50

Tourism priorities Alcock 78 1 ; Ernst 78 1

Toro plant Closure

Storie 1 90

Toronto Dominion Bank Workplace accidents

Edwards 5699-5700; Hammond 5700

Torrie, Susan Foster Parent of the Year

Gray 1 69 1 -2; Oleson 1 692; Wasylycia-Leis 1 692

Transcona-Springfield School Ditision PCB Storage

Cummings 1 292, 3620- 1 ; Kozak 3620- 1

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Transport Canada Flight services station closure

A. Driedger XX8-9; Plohman XX8-9 Service reduction

A. Driedger 58X6; Plohman 5X86

Transportation industry Layoffs

Connery 977; Doer 1 2 1 3; A. Driedger 976; Filmon 1 2 1 3; Plohman 976-7

Man itoba impact A. Driedger 1 452; Filmon 1 452

Manitoba services Carstairs 2 1 52; A. Driedger 2 1 52

Meeting request Carstairs 2 1 52, 2207-8; A. Driedger 2 1 52, 2208

Safety standards A. Driedger 378 1 -2; Plohman 378 1 -2

Trucking deregulations A. Driedger 25 1 4-5; Plohman 25 1 4

Trucking safety standards A. Driedger 25 1 4; Plohman 25 1 4

Trapping industry Forest fire compensation

A. Driedger 1 33; Harper 1 32-3

Travel Industry Act (Bill 44)

I r Maloway 1 424; 2r Maloway 5774-6

Treaty rights Extension

Filmon 1 842; Roch 1 84 1 -2 Health care

Harper 5980; Orchard 5980- 1 Hunting/fishing

H. Driedger 2079; Enns 2079, 598 1 ; Harper 598 1

Implementation Harper 5979; McCrae 5979

Protection Filmon 60 1 4; Harper 60 1 4

Resource development Enns 60 1 6; Filmon 60 1 4-5;

Harper 60 1 4, 60 1 6 See also Migratory Game Birds Act

Triman Industries Ltd. Closure

Minenko 3245; Penner 3245

Ukraine Elections

Minenko 5655 Independence

Minenko 45 1 6-7

Ukrainian Christmas Derkach 4088-9; Harapiak 4088; Minenko 4088

Unemployed Help Centres Funding

Hansard Index

229

Unemployed Help Centres-Cont. Alcock 3850; Ashton 308, 923; Edwards 4576-7, 4690; Hammond 308, 4576-7, 4690; Oleson 3782, 3850; Rose 3782

Unemployment Insurance Commission Benefit reforms

Alcock 728; Ashton 308; Hammond 308; Manness 728; Oleson 2648; Plohman 2648

Manitoba support statistics Alcock 3849; Manness 3849

Replacement support Alcock 3849; Manness 3849

Unemployment rate In itiatives

Doer 3634; Filmon 3634 Job training initiatives

Alcock 728; Manness 728 Manitoba statistics

Alcock 3636; Ashton 3655-6; Carstairs 3632; Derkach 3632; Filmon 3656; Manness 3636, 3656

Women Alcock 28 1 9; Filmon 28 1 9

Unfair Business Practices Act (Bill 21)

I r Maloway 342; 2r Ashton 2502-4; Connery I 004-5; Kozak 32 1 5, 3538-9; Maloway 649-50, 856; Mandrake 4384-6; Minenko 2042-4; Rose 1 737-9; ruled out of order 4642

United Health Services Corporation, An Act to amend an Act to Incorporate (Bill89)

I r Pankratz 3723; 2r Kozak 4382-3; Pankratz 4 1 79; R/S Pankratz 58 1 6; 3r 58 1 6; R/A 5837

United Nations Declaration of Human Rights anniversary

Carr 3659; Doer 3658-9; Filmon 3659

Unity Conference Government support

Downey 1 663; H . Driedger 1 663

Universal health care Government commitment

Doer 5 1 79; Filmon 5 1 79

Universities Grants Commission Child care degree program

Derkach 278, 346; Wasylycia-Leis 278; Yeo 346

See also Education and Training (Supply)

University of Manitoba Agriculture, Faculty of

Yeo 1 8 1 Board of Governors student rep

Carstairs 1 86 1 ; Derkach 1 86 1 Infrastructure repairs

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University of Manitoba-Con/. Derkach 1 687; Yeo 1 687

Medicine, Faculty of Accreditation downgrading

Carstairs 5234; Cheema 5279; Orchard 5234, 5279

Emergency care program Cheema 5279; Orchard 5279

Funding Carstairs 5235; Orchard 5235

Program enhancement Carstairs 5234-5; Orchard 5235

Residency training Carstairs 5235; Orchard 5235-6

Surgical training Carstairs 5235; Orchard 5235

Ophthalmology program Orchard 2006; Yeo 2005-6

Steam tunnel collapse Derkach 1 687; Yeo 1 687

University of Manitoba Act Amendments

Carstairs 1 86 1 -2 ; Derkach 1 86 1 -2

Urban Affairs (Supply) Opening Remarks

Ducharme 2 1 34-5 Response

Carr 2 1 35-6 Hemphill 2 1 36-7

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Other Expenditures Carr 2 1 38-44; Ducharme 2 1 38-44; Hemphill 2 1 40- 1

Minister's Salary Carr 2359-60; Doer 2360-3; Ducharme 2363-4

Expenditures Related to Capital Financial Assistance to the City of

Winnipeg Carr 2333-4; Doer 2334-5; Ducharme 2333-5

Financial Assistance - City of Winnipeg Current Programs Grant

Carr 2 1 44-6, 2 1 48, 2 1 78-9, 2 1 85; A. Driedger 2 1 48; Ducharme 2 1 44-50, 2 1 78-87; Harper 2 1 86-7; Hemphill 2 1 44-5, 2 1 48, 2 1 79-80, 2 1 83; Kozak 2 1 85-6; Rose 2 1 46-8

Urban Policy Co-ordination Canada-Manitoba Winnipeg Core Area Renewed Agreement

Carr 233 1 -2; Ducharme 233 1 -2 North Portage Redevelopment

Carr 2329-3 1 ; Ducharme 2329-3 1 Other Expenditures

Carr 2 1 88, 2 1 90-4, 2 1 96; Doer 2 1 9 1 -2; Ducharme 2 1 88-96; Findlay 2 1 97; Hemphill 2 1 89-90, 2 1 94-5, 2 1 97

Riverbank Development

Hansard Index

230

Urban Affairs (Supply)-Conl. Other Expenditures

Carr 2332-3, 2335; Ducharme 2332-3, 2335

Salaries Carr 2328; Ducharme 2328-9

Urban commercial districts See Private Members' Business - Resolutions

Urban Futures Group White Paper request

Ducharme 55 1 8; Wasylycia-Leis 5 5 1 8

Urban Native Strategy Board establishment

Downey 5304; H. Driedger 5304 Consultants

Downey 937; H. Driedger 937 Core Area Initiative

Expiry date Downey 5344; H. Driedger 5344

Duplication Downey 1 663-4; H. Driedger 1 663-4

Funding Downey 54 1 7 -8; H. Driedger 54 1 7-8

Native women abuse Carstairs 4493; Downey 4493

Recommendations Downey 5 1 82, 5305, 5344; H. Driedger 5 1 82, 5304-5, 5343-4

Working groups establishment Downey 5304; H. Driedger 5304

Urban planning Legislation

Doer 2239-40, 4902; Ducharme 2240, 4902

Urgent Public Importance, Matters of Budget - Federal

Effects on Manitoba Alcock 23-4; (Doer) 22-3; McCrae 23; ruled out of order 24; chal lenged (Ashton) 24; ruling overturned 24

Debate Carstairs 27-8; Connery 26-7; Doer 24-6; Harper 28-9

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba

Alcock 5448; (Doer) 5446-8; McCrae 5448-9; ruled in order 5449

Debate Alcock 5455-7; Carstairs 545 1 -2; Cheema 5460- 1 ; Doer 5449-5 1 ; A . Driedger 5457-8; L.E. Evans 5464-6; LS. Evans 5462-4; Harper 5454-5; Kozak 5472-3; Maloway 5470-2; Manness 5452-4; Mitchelson 5474-5; Neufeld 546 1 -2;

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Urgent Public Importance, Matters of-Cont. Pankratz 5466-8; Penner 5473-4; Storie 54 7 5-6; U ruski 5468-9; Wasylycia-Leis 5458-60; Yeo 5469-70

Child care crisis Day Care Worker Walkout

Angus 1 868-9; McCrae 1 869-70; (Wasylycia-Leis) 1 867-8; ruled out of order 1 870; challenged (Ashton) 1 870; ruling overturned 1 870

Debate Angus 1 898- 1 900; Ashton 1 886-8; Carr 1 893-5; Cowan 1 895-7; Cummings 1 88 1 -2 ; Doer 1 870-2; Downey 1 900- 1 ; Edwards 1 878-9; Enns 1 897-8; Filmon 1 907-9; Findlay 1 885-6; Gray 1 872-3; Hemphil l 1 902-3; Lamoureux 1 909- 1 0; Maloway 1 890- 1 ; Mandrake 1 889-90; McCrae 1 89 1 -3; Minenko 1 905-6; Mitchelson 1 903-5; Oleson 1 873-6; Orchard 1 876-8; Plohman 1 879-8 1 ; Praznik 1 888-9; Taylor 1 883-5; Uruski 1 882-3; Wasylycia-Leis 1 906-7; Yeo 1 90 1 -2

Child care crisis Effects on Manitobans

A lcock 1 088-9; McCrae 1 089; (Wasylycia-Leis) 1 087-8; ruled in order I 089-90

Debate Alcock I I 0 1 -2; Angus 1 1 1 0- 1 ; Ashton 1 1 1 6-7; Carr 1 1 06-7; Carstairs I I 04-5; Charles 1 1 1 4-5; Cowan 1 098, 1 1 02-4; Cummings 1 095-6; Doer 1 098- 1 1 00; Edwards 1 097-8; Gi lleshammer I I 09- 1 0; Gray I 093-4; Hammond 1 09 1 -3; Hemphil l 1 1 1 3-4; McCrae 1 1 1 1 -3; Mitchelson 1 1 05-6; Orchard I I 00- 1 ; Penner 1 1 1 5-6; Plohman 1 1 07-9; Uruski 1 094-5; Wasylycia-Leis 1 090- 1

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba

(Alcock) 785-6; Ashton 786-7; McCrae 786 ruled out of order 787; chal lenged (Alcock) 787; sustained 787

Effects on Manitoba Alcock 1 039; (Doer) 1 039-40; McCrae 1 040- 1 ; ruled out of order I 04 1 ; chal lenged (Ashton) I 04 1 ; ruling overturned I 042

Debate Angus I 069-70; Ashton I 053-5; Carstairs 1 043-4; Cheema 1 067-8; Connery I 066-7; Cowan I 049-5 1 ; Cummings I 055-6; Doer I 042-3; Downey I 05 1 -2; A. Driedger I 070- 1 ;

Hansard Index

231

Urgent Public Importance, Matters of-Cont. H . Driedger 1 052-3; Ernst 1 073-4; Enns 1 058-9: L.E. Evans 1 056-8; Filmon 1 077-8; Harapiak 1 065-6; Hemphill 1 068-9; Kozak 1 048-9; Lamoureux 1 074-5; Maloway 1 07 1 -3; Manness 1 044-7; Minenko 1 06 1 -2; Praznik I 07 5; Plohman I 059-6 1 ; Storie 1 047-8; Uruski 1 062, 1 063-4; Wasylycia-Leis 1 076-7; Yeo 1 064-5

Housing conditions - Manitoba (Cowan) 5828; Lamoureux 5829; McCrae 5829-30; ruled out of order 5830; challenged (Ashton) 5830; ruling overturned 5831

Debate Doer 5832-3; Ducharme 5833-5; Lamoureux 5835-6

LynnGold Resources I nc. In tervention to prevent closure

Alcock 2247-8; (Cowan) 2246-7; Manness 2248; ruled in order 2248

Debate Angus 2267-8; Charles 2257-9; Cowan 2269-7 1 ; Derkach 2263-5; Doer 2248-9; Downey 2259-60; H. Driedger 2253-4; Edwards 2249-5 1 ; Enns 2255-6; Ernst 2266-7; Hammond 2256-7; Harapiak 2262-3; Kozak 2265-6; Maloway 2273-5; Manness 225 1 -3; Neufeld 227 1 -3; Orchard 2275-6; Plohman 2254-5; Rose 2260-2; Uruski 225 1

Native education Post-secondary funding

Carstairs 3 1 3-4; ( Doer) 3 1 2-3; McCrae 3 1 3; ruled in order 3 1 4

Debate Ashton 32 1 -2 ; Carstairs 3 1 6-7; Derkach 3 1 8-20; Downey 3 1 5-6; H. Driedger 320- 1 ; Filmon 322-3; Harper 3 1 4-5; Storie 3 1 7-8; Yeo 323-4

VIA Rail cutbacks I mpact on Manitoba

Carstairs 4292; McCrae 4293; Plohman 4292-3; ruled out of order 4293-4; challenged ( Lamoureux) 4294; ruling overturned 4294

Debate Ashton 432 1 -2; Carstairs 4294-5; Charles 43 1 0- 1 ; Connery 4333-4; Cowan 4329-30; Derkach 4326-7; Doer 4295-7; Downey 4300-2; A. Driedger 431 2-4; H. Driedger 43 1 4-5; Edwards 4302-3; Enns 4305-6; L.E. Evans 431 9-2 1 ; L.S. Evans 431 1 -2 ; Hammond 4323-4;

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Urgent Public Importance, Matters of-Cont. Harapiak 4307-8; Harper 4334; Kozak 4324-5; Lamoureux 4334-5; Mandrake 4298-9; Man ness 4308- 1 0; Orchard 4297-8; Patterson 4332-3; Penner 43 1 6-7; Plohman 4299-4300; Praznik 4330-2; Roch 4306-7; Rose 4327-9; Storie 43 1 5-6; Taylor 43 1 7-9; Uruski 4325-6; Wasylycia-Leis 4303-5

URUSKI, Bill (NDP, Interlake) Agriculture (Supply)

Opening Remarks ( Findlay) 627-30

Response ( L.E. Evans) 630-5 635-8

Administration and Finance Communications Branch

Salaries 768-9 Computer Services

Salaries 842 Executive Support

Policy Studies 640-2, 759-62, 765-8 Salaries 7 59

Minister's Salary 1 7 1 5-20 Summerfal low Compensation Program

Administration 848 Agricultural Development and Marketing

Administration Other Expenditures 1 322

Animal Industry Branch Other Expenditures 1 322

Marketing Branch Other Expenditures 1 332-3

Soils and Crops Branch Other Expenditures 1 326-8, 1 330

Special Assistance for Commercial Beekeepers 1 33 1 -2

Veterinary Services Branch Other Expenditures 1 322, 1 324-5

Education Tax Reduction Program for Farmers 1 658-9

Federal/Provincial Agreements Agri-Food Agreement 1 645-7

Income I nsurance Fund Administration 1 5 1 5-20

Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corporation 1 288-9 1

Manitoba Crop I nsurance Corporation Administration

853-5, 1 246-55, 1 288-9 1 Policy and Economics Branch

Certification Agency 1 5 1 3-4 Economics Branch

Other Expenditures 1 476-82 Family Farm Protection Act

1 558-64, 1 638-40 Manitoba Farm Lands Ownership Board

1 553 Manitoba Natural Products Marketing

Council 1 5 1 0-3 Milk Prices Review Commission 1 550- 1

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URUSKI, Bill (NDP, lnterlake)--Cont. Regional Agricultural Services Division

1334-5 Agricultural Crown Lands Branch

Salaries 1 405- 1 1 Budget Debate

363-8 Co-operative, Consumer and Corporate Affairs (Supply)

Opening Remarks (Connery) 2846-8, 2849

Response (Patterson) 2848 2848-9

Administration and Finance Communications

Salaries 285 1 Executive Support

Salaries 285 1 Consumers' Bureau

Salaries 285 1 -6 Corporate Affairs

Public Util ities Board Salaries 294 1 -2

Culture, Heritage and Recreation (Supply) Administration and Finance

Minister's Salary 28 1 5-7

Ecological Reserves Amendment Act ( Bil l 33)

2r 3906-7 Education Administration Amendment Act

( Bi l l 60) 2r 5592-3

Elections Amendment Act ( Bi l l 85)

I r 292 1 ; 2r 4945 Environment (Supply)

Administration and Finance Executive Support

Salaries 362 1 - 2 Family Services (Supply)

Community Social Services Salaries 4363-4

Fatality I nquiries Act ( Bill 65)

2r 4885-6 Fiscal Stabil ization Fund Act

( Bi l l 27) 2r 2439-43

Ground Water and Water Well Amendment Act ( Bil l 1 9 )

2r 5408- 1 1 Highway Traffic Amendment Act

( Bil l 3 ) 2r 695-700

Highway Traffic Amendment Act (6) ( Bil l 73)

2r 488 1 -2 Interim Appropriation Act, 1 989

(Bi l l 29) 2r 955-8; c;w 1 027

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URUSKI, Bill (NDP, Interlake�Cont. International Sale of Goods Act

(Bill 7) 2r 389 1 -4

Labour Relations Amendment Act (Bill 3 1 )

2r 4955-9; (Hoist Motion) 5287-9 1 Land Surveyors Amendment Act

( Bill 40) 2r 2979-80

Loan Act, 1 989 (Bill 34)

2r 2295-8, 2476-8 Manitoba Data Services Disposition and

Consequential Amendments Act ( Bill 98) 2r 5593-7

Municipal Assessment and Consequential Amendments Act ( Bill 79)

2r 3833-6 Non-Political Statements

Bratun, Rostyslav M.P. for the Ukraine Congress of Peoples Deputies U.S.S.R. 5446

D-Day Anniversary 350 Farmer of the Year Award

Paul and Dorothy Born 939 Firefighter volunteers 60 Home Economist Week I 0 1 5 Hurricane H ugo

Benefit dance 2285 Manitoba 4-H Week 2535 Manitoba Women's I nstitute

80th Anniversary 5365 Smerchanski, Mark

Death of former MLA ( Burrows) 1 1 63-4 Oral Questions

Budget Rural development 38 1 -2

Budget - Federal Farm income assistance 54 1 3

Child care Funding, rural 56 1 2 Space commitment 56 1 1 -2

Crow benefit Method of payment 4652

Drought assistance Announcement 4865 Federal

Ag Rep assistance 1 690 Livestock producers 246 Payment

Delay 820 Schedule 4865

East-West Packers Ltd. Closure 5824

Farming industry Drought assistance 38 19 Financial assistance 541 3-4 Net income decline 3728 Safety net programs 38 1 9, 3856

Feedlot Enhancement Program Implementation 5824

Free Trade Agreement

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URUSKI, Bill (NDP, Interlake�Cont. Grain transport subsidies 4865

Goods and services tax Impact farming 1 69 1

Government advertising I naccuracies 245

Herd Retention Program Payment plan 820

Hog industry Government support 3728-9 Subsidy exclusion 1 2 1 4-5 Supply 5824

Manitoba Agricultural Credit Corporation Buy-back program 3728, 3 8 1 9-20

Progressive Conservative Party Funding, promotional 245

Rural water services Funding 382

Springhill Farms Limited Agreement details 4954 Hog market implications 4953

Water resources Plumas district 1 974

Water Rights Act Violation 1 974

Wildlife management areas Land leasing policy 1 525

Private Members' Business Resolution

Farm I ncome Stabilization Program 706-7 Health Ombudsman 4 1 1 6-7

Public Schools Amendment Act ( Bill 59)

2r 5592 Rural Development (Supply)

Opening Remarks ( Penner) 1 7 2 1 -3

Response 1 725-7

Administration and Finance Brandon Office

Salaries 1 728-9 Executive Support

Salaries 1 727 Seniors Directorate (Supply)

241 3-5, 24 1 7 Social Allowances Amendment Act

( Bill 67) 2r 3825

Supplementary Appropriation Act, 1 989 ( Bill 1 00)

2r 5809- 1 1 Throne Speech Debate

1 0 1 -6 Urgent Public Importance, Matter of

Budget - Federal Effects on Manitoba 5468-9

Child care crisis Day care worker walkout 1 882-3 Effects on Manitobans I 094-5

Goods and services tax Effects on Manitoba 1 062-4

LynnGold Resources Inc.

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U RUSK I, Bill (NDP, Interlake}-Com. Intervention to prevent closure 225 1

V IA Rail cutbacks Impact on Manitoba 4325-6

Waste Reduction and Prevention and Consequential Amendments Act ( Bill 84 )

2r 26 1 7 , 5556-7 Workers Compensation Amendment Act (2)

( Bill 56) 2r 5590- 1

Used vehicles I nspections

A. Driedger 5364; Mandrake 5364 Safety standards

A. Driedger 4735, 5364; Mandrake 4735, 5364

V I A Rail cutbacks Cowan 1 227-8; Mandrake 1 386-90

Affordability Doer 4338; A . Driedger 4338

Al l-party presentation 2077 A. Driedger 2077; Mandrake 2077

Christmas service schedule A. Driedger 4064; Harapiak 4064

Churchill service A. Driedger 2437-8; Plohman 2437

Correspondence request Carstairs 1 34 1 ; A. Driedger 1 34 1

Cost to Manitoba Carstairs 4084; A. Driedger 4084

Documentation request Carstairs 1 342; Filmon 1 342

Fare increases A. Driedger 4086; Plohman 4086

Federal/ Provincial discussions Carstairs 1 378; A. Driedger 8 1 8 ; Filmon 1 378-9; Mandrake 8 1 8

First Ministers' meeting Doer 1 577-8; Filmon 1 578

Government position Carstairs 1 575; A. Driedger 1 575-6

Impact study Carstairs 1 34 1 -2, 1 379, 1 576-7; A . Driedger 1 34 1 -2 , 1 343, 1 576-7; Filmon 1 379; Plohman 1 342-3

Intervention Carstairs 4286; Filmon 4286

Job transfers Carstairs 4287; Filmon 4287

Labour adjustment Carstairs 4084; A . Driedger 4086; Hammond 4084, 4086; Plohman 4086

Layoffs A . Driedger 422, 1 457-62; Harapiak 422, 1 457-62

Legal intervention Carstairs 4227; Doer 4225-6; Filmon 4226-7

Maintenance centre Carstairs 1 577; A. Driedger 1 577; Mandrake 6 1 7

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VIA Rail cutbacks-Cont. Manitoba statistics

Carstairs 4083, 4286; Filmon 4286; Hammond 4083, 4 1 93, 4270; Mandrake 4270

Minister's meeting A. Driedger 1 864-5; Plohman 1 864

Northern route protection Carstairs 1 342: Doer 1 578, 2208, 4337; A . Driedger 1 342, 4338, 54 1 5-6; Filmon 1 578. 2208

Perishable food shipments A. Driedger 2438, 25 1 4; Plohman 2438, 25 1 4

Premier's intervention Doer 1 577, 1 578; Filmon 1 577, 1 578

Prevention campaign Carstairs 1 576; A. Driedger 1 576

Provincial strategy Carstairs 1 379; Filmon 1 379

Reversal Doer 2732; Filmon 2732

Safety A. Driedger 422; Harapiak 422

Transportation Ministers' meeting Doer 2076, 2208; A. Driedger 2075; Filmon 2208

Usage A. Driedger 8 1 8 ; Mandrake 8 1 8

Winnipeg-Capreol service A. Driedger 2077; Mandrake 2077

See also Amtrak Shuttle Service; Private Members' Business - Resolutions; Urgent Public

Importance, Matters of

Varta Batteries Closure

Cheema 5577; Ernst 5577 Labour adjustment strategy

Cheema 5577; Ernst 5577-8

Veterans Manor M H RC restrictions

Cowan 4734; Ducharme 4734-5</