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On June 1, the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba adjourned for the summer. Bill 222, The Lobbyists Registration Amendment Act, was introduced in March, but has not yet moved beyond the first reading. The bill would remove the exemption for union […]

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On June 3, the 4th Session of the 41st Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, which began on November 20, 2018, adjourned until October 2, 2019. Bill 2, The Municipal Amendment Act (Strengthening Codes of Conduct for Council Members), received Royal Assent […]

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Starting on September 10, the Manitoba Electoral Divisions Boundaries Commission begins public hearings regarding proposed changes to all 57 existing electoral divisions in the province. The hearings will be held from September 10 to September 20 in 11 cities. The […]

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Early voting has begun for the July 17 by-election to fill the St. Boniface provincial seat in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba. The MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly) seat for the St. Boniface constituency has been vacant since March […]

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On March 7, former Manitoba premier Greg Selinger will officially resign from provincial politics. Selinger announced his resignation amid allegations of MLA Stan Struthers’s inappropriate behavior while Selinger was leader of the party. A special by-election for Selinger’s St. Boniface […]

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Rob Altemeyer, caucus chair for Manitoba’s New Democratic Party (NDP), will step down to focus more on issues within his constituency and his impending wedding. Altemeyer’s resignation follows a lengthy two-day caucus discussion of a sexual harassment accusation against fellow […]

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Premier Brian Pallister announced the appointment of Andrew Micklefield, Member of the Legislative Assembly for Rossmere, as the government’s new house leader. Micklefield was preceded by Health Minister Kelvin Goertzen, who held the position as house leader for a decade. […]

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June 23, 2016  •  

Manitoba Sets 2016 Calendar

The first session of the 41st Legislature will adjourn for summer recess on June 30. They will return to session on October 3, 2016, unless members are called back by the speaker. After summer recess, the first session is set […]

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Law Took Effect April 30

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