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1 Wednesday, May 20, 2015 LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF MANITOBA ORDER PAPER and NOTICE PAPER No. 33 FOURTH SESSION, FORTIETH LEGISLATURE PRAYER SITTING AT 1:30 P.M. ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS INTRODUCTION OF BILLS Hon. Ms. IRVIN-ROSS (No. 25) The Children's Advocate Act/Loi sur le protecteur des enfants (No. 27) The Veterinary Medical Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur la médecine vétérinaire PETITIONS Mr. PEDERSEN Mrs. ROWAT Mr. SCHULER Mr. EWASKO Mr. GRAYDON Mr. CULLEN Mr. SMOOK Mrs. MITCHELSON Mrs. DRIEDGER Mr. WISHART Mr. BRIESE COMMITTEE REPORTS TABLING OF REPORTS MINISTERIAL STATEMENTS 1

2 ORAL QUESTIONS MEMBERS STATEMENTS GRIEVANCES COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE ORDERS OF THE DAY GOVERNMENT BUSINESS COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY (93:41 hrs.) (Chamber Executive Council) (Room 255 Finance) (Room 254 Family Services) REPORT STAGE AMENDMENTS: (No. 70) The Real Estate Services Act/Loi sur les services immobiliers [Amendment (1) Mr. SCHULER] Hon. Mr. KOSTYSHYN (No. 71) The Animal Diseases Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur les maladies des animaux [Amendment (3) Mr. PEDERSEN] CONCURRENCE AND THIRD READINGS: Hon. Ms. BRAUN (No. 69) The Technical Safety Act/Loi sur la sécurité technique DEBATE ON SECOND READINGS: On the Proposed Motion of Hon. Mr. ALLUM (No. 2) The Public Schools Amendment Act (Small Classes for K to 3)/Loi modifiant la Loi sur les écoles publiques (faible effectif des classes) 2

3 On the Proposed Motion of Hon. Mr. ROBINSON (No. 3) The Manitoba Floodway and East Side Road Authority Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur la Commission manitobaine d'aménagement du canal de dérivation et de la route située du côté est (Mr. BRIESE) On the Proposed Motion of Hon. Mr. MACKINTOSH (No. 5) The Police Services Amendment Act (First Nation Safety Officers)/Loi modifiant la Loi sur les services de police (agents de sécurité des Premières nations) (Mr. EWASKO) On the Proposed Motion of (No. 6) The National Research Centre for Truth and Reconciliation Act/Loi sur le Centre national de recherche pour la vérité et la réconciliation (Hon. Mr. GERRARD 16 mins) On the Proposed Motion of Hon. Mr. ALLUM (No. 7) The Public Schools Amendment Act (Protecting Child Care Space in Schools)/Loi modifiant la Loi sur les écoles publiques (superficie réservée aux garderies dans les écoles) On the Proposed Motion of Hon. Mr. NEVAKSHONOFF (No. 8) The Conservation Officers Act/Loi sur les agents de conservation On the Proposed Motion of Hon. Mr. DEWAR agréés (No. 9) The Chartered Professional Accountants Act/Loi sur les comptables professionnels On the Proposed Motion of Hon. Ms. CROTHERS (No. 11) The Public Health Amendment Act (Prohibiting Children's Use of Tanning Equipment and Other Amendments)/Loi modifiant la Loi sur la santé publique (utilisation interdite des appareils de bronzage par les enfants et autres modifications) SECOND READINGS: Hon. Mr. KOSTYSHYN (No. 4) The Farm and Food Awareness Act/Loi sur la promotion du secteur agroalimentaire 3

4 Hon. Mr. CALDWELL (No. 10) The Municipal Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur les municipalités Hon. Mr. NEVAKSHONOFF (No. 12) The Water Protection Amendment Act (Aquatic Invasive Species)/Loi modifiant la Loi sur la protection des eaux (espèces aquatiques envahissantes) (Recommended by His Honour, the Administrator) Hon. Mr. CALDWELL (No. 13) The Planning Amendment Act (Special Planning Areas)/Loi modifiant la Loi sur l'aménagement du territoire (circonscriptions spéciales d'aménagement du territoire) (No. 14) The Consumer Protection Amendment Act (Home Improvement Contracts)/Loi modifiant la Loi sur la protection du consommateur (contrats d'améliorations domiciliaires) (No. 15) The Foreign Cultural Objects Immunity from Seizure Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur l'insaisissabilité des biens culturels étrangers Hon. Ms. BLADY (No. 16) The Terry Fox Legacy Act/Loi commémorative de Terry Fox Hon. Mr. MACKINTOSH (No. 17) The Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur la Société d'assurance publique du Manitoba Hon. Mr. CHIEF (No. 18) The Certified Occupations Act/Loi sur les professions reconnues Hon. Mr. MACKINTOSH (No. 19) The Legal Profession Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur la profession d'avocat Hon. Ms. BRAUN (No. 20) The Architects Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur les architectes 4

5 Hon. Ms. BRAUN (No. 21) The Engineering and Geoscientific Professions Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur les ingénieurs et les géoscientifiques Hon. Mr. ALLUM (No. 22) The Red River College Act/Loi sur le Collège Red River (No. 23) The Boxing Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur la boxe Hon. Mr. NEVAKSHONOFF (No. 24) The Wildlife Amendment and Fisheries Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur la conservation de la faune et la Loi sur la pêche Hon. Ms. IRVIN-ROSS (No. 26) The Adult Abuse Registry Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur le registre des mauvais traitements infligés aux adultes WRITTEN QUESTIONS, ADDRESSES FOR PAPERS, ORDERS FOR RETURN ACCEPTED BUT NOT RETURNED: FORTIETH LEGISLATURE THIRD SESSION WRITTEN QUESTIONS: Mr. PEDERSEN 13. Can the Minister for Agriculture, Food and Rural Development please provide a complete breakdown of all of the Manitoba Cattle Enhancement Council s expenses for the fiscal years 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 including write-down of loans and notes receivable, long term investments, provincial levy match receivable and all capital assets? Mr. HELWER 14. Will the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation please provide a detailed list of all infrastructure projects including all core infrastructure projects started since the Provincial Government s first multi-year infrastructure plan began in 2007, the date of each project s announcement and initial cost, the date on which each project s construction began, a yearly status update for each project, the date on which each project s construction was completed and its final cost? 5

6 Mr. EWASKO 15. Will the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation release all relevant information for repairing or rebuilding the PR#313 bridge, including all initial and final planning studies and engineering reports, timelines for bridge construction completion, all EMO and EMS plans or studies for the area as well as for alternate routes? NOTICE OF MOTION FOR THURSDAY: NOTICE PAPER (No. 28) The Personal Property Security Amendment Act/Loi modifiant la Loi sur les sûretés relatives aux biens personnels NOTICE OF MOTION FOR TUESDAY: PROPOSED RESOLUTION: Mr. PETTERSEN Overcoming Barriers to Good Jobs 5. WHEREAS many Manitobans encounter different types of barriers when looking for a job, whether these are social, geographical or economic; and WHEREAS the Provincial Government believes in helping all Manitobans find good jobs and grow the province s skilled workforce; and WHEREAS the Provincial Government collaborates and partners with Manitoba employers and non-profits to deliver services and programming aimed at breaking down barriers to employment; and WHEREAS Manitoba maintains one of the lowest unemployment rates across the nation; and WHEREAS important partnerships with organizations like Red River College, the University College of the North, the Canadian Community Economic Development Network, the Manitoba Institute for Trades and Technology, the Northern Manitoba Mining Academy and many other organizations and employers across the province are crucial in developing innovative and creative programs to break down barriers, promote social inclusion and make the province stronger; and 6

7 WHEREAS these initiatives help more women explore careers in the trades, help military personnel get their skilled trades credentials recognized and ease the transition to civilian employment, make it easier for northerners to access good jobs and provide opportunities to those with multiple barriers to employment, including Employment and Income Assistance participants; and WHEREAS as a senior minister, the leader of the Official Opposition made cuts that hurt vulnerable people, like cutting social assistance, freezing the minimum wage and cutting funding to Manitoba organizations like Friendship Centres that help support the most vulnerable Manitobans. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba acknowledge the good work that partner organizations are doing to eliminate barriers to employment in Manitoba; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba be urged to call on the Provincial Government to continue partnering with these and other organizations to help Manitobans gain access to training and good jobs so they can raise a family and build a home right here in Manitoba. NOTICE OF COMMITTEE MEETING: The Standing Committee on PUBLIC ACCOUNTS will meet in Room 255, Legislative Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba on Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. to consider the following reports referred: Auditor General's Report Annual Report to the Legislature dated January 2013 o Chapter 2 Citizen Concerns "Part 4 North Portage Development Corporation" Auditor General's Report Annual Report to the Legislature dated March 2014 o Chapter 2 Citizen Concerns Auditor General's Report Follow-Up of Previously Issued Recommendations dated May 2014 o Section 1 Assessment Services Branch o Section 4 The Province's Management of Contaminated Sites and Landfills o Section 10 Special Audit: Rural Municipality of La Broquerie o Section 18 Report on the Rural Municipality of St. Clements o Section 19 Special Audit: Rural Municipality of St. Laurent Auditor General's Report Rural Municipality of St. Clements dated June 2012 Auditor General s Report Rural Municipality of Lac du Bonnet dated August