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L’ancienne ministre Eileen Clarke refuse de siéger au Conseil du Trésor du Manitoba
July 21, 2021
Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...stipule que les députés Josh Guenter et James Teitsma ne siègeront plus au Conseil du Trésor et qu'ils seront remplacés par Eileen Clarke et Scott Johnston, le député d’Assiniboia. Le Conseil du Trésor est composé du ministre des Finances, d’autres ministres et de députés d’arrière-ban. Il...
ALDRICH: Crying wolf won’t help NDP’s efforts to stop Bill 64
July 6, 2021
Winnipeg Sun - ...your article continues below. Article content The NDP raced to push out their press release as soon as they saw the names Min. Cliff Cullen, MLA Scott Johnston, David McLaughlin (clerk of the executive council), Paul Beauregard (former Treasury Board secretary and NDP boogeyman) and Jonathan Scarth...
Manitoba education funding model review to begin in the fall, deputy minister says
June 15, 2021
CTV - ...on Tuesday evening, Manitobans had the opportunity to ask questions of Education Minister Cliff Cullen along with Deputy Minister Dana Rudy and MLA Scott Johnston, chair of the Parent Engagement Task Force. Along with many questions about the changes to the education system proposed in Bill 64, Manitobans...
David, Davies dazzle in Canada win over Suriname
June 8, 2021
Winnipeg Free Press - After a wobbly start Tuesday, the 70th-ranked Canadian men grew into the game with Alphonso Davies and Jonathan David dazzling in a 4-0 win over a Suriname team better than its No. While both teams had won their three previous matches, Suriname had an inferior goal difference and needed a win to keep its World Cup qualifying dream alive. Davies took his lumps as he scored for Canada, colliding with Suriname captain Ryan Donk. Davies and Richie Laryea provided threats as wingbacks with Davies often moving inside, pulling Suriname defenders with him. It was the first Canada-Suriname meeting since 1977 when Canada won 2-1 in World Cup qualifying.
Minister, officials answer questions about proposed changes in northern education
June 7, 2021
CTV - ...single northern region. During a telephone town hall Monday evening, Education Minister Cliff Cullen, along with Deputy Minister Dana Rudy and MLA Scott Johnston, touted the proposed education changes. Under the proposed changes, Manitoba's 37 school divisions would be replaced by 15 regions. The four school...
Minister takes questions on proposed councils
May 28, 2021
Winnipeg Free Press - ...proposal to overhaul the public education system. For an hour Thursday, Education Minister Cliff Cullen, deputy minister Dana Rudy, and Scott Johnston, a former school trustee and current MLA for Assiniboia, who was chosen to lead Manitoba’s parent engagement task force, fielded questions. The...
Task force to engage parents on education
May 21, 2021
Winnipeg Free Press - ...first of which will be for Winnipeg families on May 27, have also been confirmed for late May and June. Progressive Conservative MLAs, including Scott Johnston, Janice Morley-Lecomte, and Ian Wishart, a former education minister, are on the task force. Six parents were selected, as well as school principals...
Education task force for parent engagement created
May 20, 2021
Winnipeg Sun - ...on how to proceed with parent engagement as part of education reform. The task force is made up of parents, community and school leaders and MLAs. Scott Johnston, legislative assistant to Cullen, will chair the task force. Other members include MLAs Ian Wishart and Janice Morley-Lecomte, parents, caregivers...
A plea to fix our Grace Hospital ER
May 10, 2021
Winnipeg Free Press - ...heroes to provide the best care possible in this environment, but it cannot be sustained much longer. I have urged west Winnipeg government MLAs Scott Johnston and Scott Fielding to take immediate action in response to these concerns but have not heard back. We cannot accept that more of our community...
Canadians react to Prince Philip’s death
April 9, 2021
Winnipeg Free Press - Prince Philip has died at age 99. Prince Philip, the Queen's husband of more than 70 years, passed away at Windsor Castle on Friday, Buckingham Palace announced. Here's what Canadian public figures are saying about the Queen's husband:"I had the privilege of knowing Prince Philip almost my entire life. Prince Philip was a devoted husband, father, war hero and public servant and he will be missed by many around the world." – British Columbia Premier John Horgan"Today, I was saddened to learn of the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh.