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Letters, Oct. 19

October 19, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ... Cannabis missteps Re: Province’s money-losing marijuana numbers don’t add up, opposition leaders say (Oct. 16) I join with Wab Kinew and Dougald Lamont in their criticisms of the Pallister government’s report on profits from the sale of cannabis. The alleged one-time costs are vaguely described...

Province’s money-losing marijuana numbers don’t add up, opposition leaders say

October 16, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...profits so he doesn’t have to admit that his cuts to health care and education are unjustifiable," Kinew said. Meantime, Manitoba Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont said he’d like to see a breakdown of each one-time cost incurred by the province as a result of legalization. He believes the government is being...

Manitoba attorney general asks RCMP to review death of woman who overdosed in Brandon CAO’s home

October 10, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ...also called Thursday for an outside police force to take on the investigation to "ensure public confidence and independence." Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont made the request, along with Liberal justice critic Jon Gerrard, in a letter to Justice Minister Cliff Cullen. "As this matter is under review, we...

Manitoba asks for wage-freeze bill court case to be adjourned

October 7, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ...bargaining under the legislation. "This isn't about the court case. This is improving the legislation to make it even stronger." Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont questioned why the government was amending a law ahead of the looming court case. He said he suspects the government has found some kind of a...

Opposition critical of Tory moves to ease interprovincial trade

October 4, 2019

Winnipeg Sun - ...have to keep an eye on but currently, of course, it’s not an issue that’s been brought to our attention,” he said. Meanwhile, Liberal leader Dougald Lamont called it a “huge mistake” to remove commitments to local procurement. “The PCs are pushing for a deal that will undermine Manitoba’s...

Jon Gerrard expulsé de la Chambre parce qu’il refuse de s’excuser

October 3, 2019

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...le ministre du doigt : C’est vous qui devriez vous excuser, monsieur . Dans une déclaration écrite, le chef du Parti libéral du Manitoba Dougald Lamont explique que l’expulsion du député constitue une première en 20 ans de carrière. Dougald Lamont mentionne que Jon Gerrard posait ces...

Liberal MLA Jon Gerrard booted from legislative chamber after refusing to apologize for outburst

October 3, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ...and refused to back down. The veteran MLA was later asked to leave the chamber for the rest of the day. His Liberal colleagues — party leader Dougald Lamont and Tyndall Park MLA Cindy Lamoureux — followed him out in protest. That followed an accusation from Gerrard that the government is not doing...

Fate of Liberals’ push for official status in Tory hands

October 3, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...the Liberals pointed out there is no national standard for official party status in Canada. MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES Liberal leader Dougald Lamont and the Liberal party plan to introduce private member's legislation to change the rule that requires provincial political parties to have at least...

‘Very unique situation’: province to investigate case of man jailed for lack of 35 cents

October 2, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...supposed to fit the crime and if you don’t have 35 cents, to throw somebody in jail for a week, is completely improper," Manitoba Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont said. Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont called Quill's story "appalling," and said there ought to have been more discretion used by justice officials. ...

Fate of Liberals’ push for official status in Tory hands

October 2, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...the Liberals pointed out there is no national standard for official party status in Canada. MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES Liberal leader Dougald Lamont and the Liberal party plan to introduce private member's legislation to change the rule that requires provincial political parties to have at least...

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