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We're Getting Things Done in Kirkfield Park - Here's A Weekly Review


Our government is getting things done. Below are some of the new programs we heard from Manitobans was important, we're listening and are now taking action.


Here is a quick review of this past week.


I joined the team at our local YMCA to provide them with a Green Team Event of $52,000 for their kids camp programing in Westwood. We toured the facility that now offers regular Pickle-Ball games, a state of the art exercise program for 55+ and so much more. When was the last time you were at the Y?

Twinning the Trans-Canada to Ontario


Work is underway as our PC government begins its next steps on twinning the Trans-Canada Highway from Falcon Lake to the Manitoba-Ontario border, Premier Heather Stefanson announced Friday, May 19.

For more details, click here.


Winnipeg Police Warning

Winnipeg Police warned residents about a High-Risk Sex Offender released and expected to live in Winnipeg. Curtis Leroy George, 31 years old, is a convicted sex offender considered high risk to re-offend in a sexual/violent manner again. He is an untreated sexual offender and is considered a high risk to re-offend. In addition, all females, both adults and children, are at risk of sexual violence.


Report a Crime Online, click here.





More Funding to Expand CT Scanning


The Manitoba government is investing more than $15 million to reduce patient wait times by adding two new scanners at Selkirk Regional Health Centre and doubling CT scan capacity for Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority


For more details, click here.

Funding for Ventilation Systems in Schools & Healthcare Facilities


Provincial and Federal Governments invest over $13.1 million to upgrade ventilation systems in 32 schools and healthcare facilities across Manitoba.


In Winnipeg, 20 schools and healthcare facilities will see upgrades. For example, the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba’s provincial tertiary centre for trauma, transplants, burns, neurosciences, complex cancer care and pediatric care, will see upgrades to portions of the building’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) control systems and replace portions of the facility’s existing HVAC system.


For more details, click here.

Financial Literacy Pilot Program for Manitoba Students


Our PC government is partnering with Enriched Academy to deliver a financial literacy pilot program to Manitoba students during the 2023-24 school year.

“Financial literacy is one of the most important skills students develop through high school. With money being one of the top stressors in a person’s life, providing students with the opportunity to learn and strengthen their understanding of money, finances, and factors affecting financial well-being will allow them to know to make the best (financial) decisions for themselves,” said Angela Kaisser, teacher, Louis Riel School Division.


For more details, click here.

Great News for Manitoba Parks - $200 Million

As part of the Manitoba Provincial Parks Infrastructure Renewal Strategy, campers will see a 50 percent increase in yurts, more campsites with electrical service, enhanced interactive experiences, improved services, and access to nature in each of the 20 busiest provincial parks. This modern strategy will give Manitobans and tourists an unforgettable park experience for generations.


For more details, click here.


Using Proceeds From Crime to Create Affordable Housing.


our government will donate six houses forfeited as proceeds of crime in Winnipeg’s Point Douglas neighbourhood for development by interested non-profit and Indigenous organizations to build affordable housing units for low-income families.


For more details, click here.

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