Today Manitobans living with sleep apnea attended the opening day of the legislative session where New Democrats called for Pallister to reverse his decision to charge fees to Manitobans who use sleep apnea machines.
Winnipeg, MB – Manitoba New Democrats announced the appointment of two women that will lead the Commission to Establish a Safe and Respectful Political Environment. The Commission is tasked with investigating the experiences of staff and elected officials who were subject to sexual harassment and misconduct.
The commission will be led by Kemlin Nembhard and Sandra Delaronde. Biographies for both are attached.
The goals of the commission will be:
Last week the Manitoba NDP Executive approved a proposal to create a Commission to Establish a Safe and Respectful Political Environment. This past week was difficult, and very triggering for many people, and we acknowledge the courage of the women who have come forward and shared their experiences about sexual harassment at work. We need to do much more to ensure safety and respect for all employees, MLAs, members and others.
Our commission will have four goals:
Winnipeg, MB – Manitoba’s New Democratic Party announced today it has cleared outstanding debt from the 2016 election.
In year-end fundraising, the party brought in $82,500, almost twice what was raised in that same period in 2016.
NDP Leader Wab Kinew said that all money raised will now be about the 2020 election, to challenge Pallister’s agenda of cuts.
Happy New Year!
The St. Vital NDP has planned an exciting event to warm you up on these cold January days and to help the party get ready for the next election.
We all want to see our Jets (Number 1 team in the Central Division) get revenge on the Chicago Blackhawks and show them who’s boss!
Come and join us to watch the game on Friday, January 12 at the Kings Head Pub.
Doors open at 6:30 pm with the puck drop at 7:30 pm.
Watch Wab recap this week's news and events from Brandon, Manitoba!
It is my pleasure today to announce that the winner of our Costa Rica All-Inclusive Vacation for Two raffle is Chris Pawley!
Congratulations Chris on being this year's winner. We hope you and the lucky someone you're bringing along enjoy the Costa Rica sunshine at the Esplendor Tamarindo! Let us know if you find the premier along the way.
Watch Wab Kinew wrap up recent events at the Manitoba Legislature. This week Wab talks health care, parental leave and Winnipeg Transit.
Today, NDP Bill 211 did not receive the support of Progressive Conservatives.
Bill 211 would have amended maternity and paternity leave legislation in Manitoba, allowing parents to take advantage of new Employment Insurance provisions, amended by the federal government, which now allow parents to extend parental leave benefits over eighteen months, as opposed to the previous twelve months.
Join Wab as we visit communities and neighbourhoods to talk health care. While Pallister pushes through cuts that are making life harder for Manitobans, we will take what we hear to chart a new direction for our health care system. Starting in Winnipeg, and then moving out to communities around the province through the winter, we hope to see you there.
South Winnipeg: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 6:00 PM