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Grosvenor School Students Make an Impact - Main Street Project Receives Much Needed Donation

As the weather begins to warm and we become hopeful for signs of spring, it’s important not to forget that even in the warmer weather; people are still affected by lack of resources.

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An Excellent Education...

An excellent education is one of the fundamentals on which our province and society are built.  Without a quality education, our young people will have much less in the way of opportunity.

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80 Year-old Man Faced 60-Hour Emergency Department Wait, 5+ Months for Diagnosis

Manitoba Liberals are questioning health care delays faced by 80-year-old George Myer, who spent 60 hours waiting in Seven Oaks Emergency after Christmas and has been waiting months for a biopsy and diagnosis for a spot on his lung first detected in Septe

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Preventative Health Forum

On Sunday, November 18th, I hosted a River Heights Community Forum on Preventative Health – specifically preventing addictions, mental illnesses, HIV-AIDS, diabetes and lung diseases. 

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How can we do things differently to create a warmer, safer, healthier, and more welcoming province for all?

How can we do things differently to create a warmer, safer, healthier, and more welcoming province for all? What are your ideas to save more people from freezing to death and losing limbs to the cold in Winnipeg? Together, we can prevent tragic deaths, lo

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Manitoba's Meth Crisis

Liberals: Province Must Declare Public Health Emergency to Deal with Meth Crisis

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IV team at the Health Sciences Centre

On December 5th, I received an email from Jan Wold. She receives intravenous immunoglobulin at the Health Sciences Centre once a month to boost her immune system.

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Health Care in Manitoba

I will explore with you some ideas for what I see is needed in leadership, governance and decision making from the provincial Health Minister.

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The Upcoming Provincial Budget

As we approach the provincial budget, it is vital that there are sufficient resources dedicated to preventing sickness, and to optimizing health.

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Visit to Ottawa

During the last week of September my colleagues and I were invited to our capital of Ottawa to meet with many ministers with the goal of discussing the mutual goals between the Provincial and Federal parties.

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Fentanyl Concerns

I raised concerns about the availability of Naloxone in Manitoba – a drug which is used to treat overdoses of opioids like fentanyl and carfentanyl.

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A Forum on Brain Health

This past October 2, I hosted a Forum on Brain Health in River Heights. We had four excellent panelists.

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