MLA Page — James Allum

Many successes at Vincent Massey

What a year at Institut Collegial Vincent Massey Collegiate. Many community members are aware by now that the Rick Hansen Foundation awarded the school $30,000 in support of its efforts to promote accessibility for students. But there are many more achievements of note...

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Kids honing their on-ice skills

James Allum (MLA for Fort Garry-Riverview) practising his skills and drills with Grade 7 students in the Churchill Hockey Academy. This year, Churchill High School started an interesting new program featuring fun, fitness and fundamentals. It’s...

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Hoping Community Places Program is retained

From schools to community centres, curling clubs, athletic fields to Legions, where so much of our community life takes place you will find the legacy of the Community Places Program. Since its inception community leaders have depended on the Community Places Program...

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Fort Garry-Riverview bursting with community spirit

One of the greatest things about being an MLA is learning about all the amazing things happening in Fort Garry-Riverview.In the spirit of the season, here’s a snappy tribute to some, but surely not all, of the people who are making our world a better place. The families...

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Wishing your family the best in 2017!

James Allum wishes you and your family a happy holiday and a prosperous new year! The new year is also a natural time to think about new ideas. If you have thoughts on how we can continue improving our community, please get in touch with his constituency office at 204-475-2270...

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Margje Barter-Cook

On February 23, Margje Barter-Cook of Pembina Trails School Division received the “Outstanding Educator of the Year Award” from the Manitoba Council for Exceptional Children. Having attended a number of MCEC ceremonies, I can attest to the fact that this is an event that...

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Arlene Last-Kolb

Madam Speaker, I rise to pay tribute to Arlene Last-Kolb who is working every day to make the world a better, safer place. Today, March 20, would have been her son Jessie's 27th birthday. Jessie was a young man who overcame a childhood speech impediment to graduate at the top...

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Pearl Domienik

I rise today to pay tribute to an extraordinary woman who, after a career that spanned four decades with the Province of Manitoba, retired from the public service some two weeks ago. Madam Speaker, I refer to the magnificent, the incomparable, the simply amazing Pearl...

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Peace of Mind 204

Madam Speaker, we know that mental illness is a major struggle for people across the province. This struggle is compounded by stigma, which prevents people, especially young people, from talking about their experiences and seeking out the services they need. Thankfully, there...

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