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LéAmber Kensley - Riel
What key issues / topics will you stand for in your role as MLA, and why are these important to you?
There are no single issues that I will stand for as an MLA because all of the issues are absolutely interconnected and in fixing one you have to fix several.
Healthcare of course is a top priority. It is one of the biggest expenses for the Manitoba government and is one of the most critical pieces of caring for our community. And that is what our job as an MLA is: caring for our community. Not fighting for the sake of media moments.
The environment is equally important. We must take care of our planet because without it nothing else matters. We must live more sustainably, and Manitoba is in a great position to create and promote green energy and be a leader in the field. We must find avenues for our business sector to innovate and thrive while ensuring the future health of Manitoba and Manitobans.
We also must examine the limits we’ve placed on businesses and make sure those limits still serve a greater purpose. The private sector needs both the freedom and support to flourish and make Manitoba a welcoming place for industry and workers.
Caring for our most vulnerable is so important to me. That means supporting seniors, removing barriers for people with disabilities, and including the 2SLGBTQA+ communities in society.
Serving reconciliation means including Indigenous nations in the economy, the environment, and public service.
News that mentions LéAmber Kensley
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2 October 2023
Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...à surveiller. Riel Candidats en lice : Rochelle Squires (Parti progressiste-conservateur), Mike Moyes (Nouveau Parti démocratique), LéAmber Kensley (Parti libéral) Riel est une circonscription baromètre, détenue tour à tour par le PC et le NPD . Mike Moyes, du NPD , tentera de reprendre...
25 September 2023
CBC Manitoba - ...care," she said at the forum. "That's not their fault." She also said the NDP would include pet-friendly housing in new affordable housing stock. LéAmber Kensley, Liberal candidate for Riel, said her party would address backyard breeding, something advocates have previously said has flourished in Manitoba...
13 September 2023
Winnipeg Free Press - ...— Jean Luc Bouché (Lib.); Jelynn Dela Cruz (NDP); James Teitsma (PC) • Red River North — Alicia Hill (NDP); Jeff Wharton (PC) • Riel — LéAmber Kensley (Lib.); Mike Moyes (NDP); Rochelle Squires (PC) • Rossmere — Mike Chapin (Lib.); Devlin Hinchey (Green); Andrew Micklefield (PC); Tracy Schmidt...
5 September 2023
CTV - Here are some of the races to watch:Southdale -- Currently held by Audrey Gordon, the Progressive Conservative health minister. McPhillips -- Another Winnipeg seat that was a close win for the Tories last time. St. Boniface -- Held by Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont since a 2018 byelection, this seat was previously won by the NDP. Kirkfield Park -- A traditional Tory seat in west Winnipeg that has voted NDP in the past. Brandon East -- This seat went to the NDP for decades before the Tories won it in 2016.
5 September 2023
Winnipeg Free Press - ...the minister for families, kept it in 2019 by a roughly 1,000-vote margin. The NDP are running Mike Moyes again and the Liberals have put forward LéAmber Kensley. Fort Whyte — Traditionally a rock-solid Tory seat, the party hung on by fewer than 200 votes in a byelection last year won by Obby Khan. Khan...
5 September 2023
Brandon Sun - ...the minister for families, kept it in 2019 by a roughly 1,000-vote margin. The NDP are running Mike Moyes again and the Liberals have put forward LéAmber Kensley. Fort Whyte — Traditionally a rock-solid Tory seat, the party hung on by fewer than 200 votes in a byelection last year won by Obby Khan. Khan...