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James Teitsma for Radisson
James Teitsma for Radisson
Some amazing Manitobans were just recognized for their outstanding service to our province by receiving the Order of Manitoba.

I want to highlight four of them:

Joy Smith: When she was an MP she enacted laws that protect victims and punish their abusers, including minimum sentencing guidelines for the trafficking of minors and laws making the purchase of sex illegal in Canada. There is still a lot of work to do on this front, and Joy is carrying on the work through The Joy Smith Foundation. Thank you Joy for your inspiring leadership -- you showed how single-minded determination by a legislator can accomplish great things.

Arvid Loewen, Cycling Philanthropist: Arvid took his love for cycling and turned it into a vehicle for philanthropy. Over the past 25 years, he has raised more than $4 million for the Mully Children’s Family Orphanage in Kenya. And he is still going strong!

Kathy Hildebrand: Kathy is the co-founder and president of Hearth Families Incorporated, an organization established to help new immigrants settle in the community. Kathy is generous, kind and hardworking. She also works hard to ensure good people are elected to our legislatures and parliament. I am personally grateful for her help and support.

Trudy Schroeder – Trudy is the executive director of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and has succeeded in making the once-struggling WSO profitable for 11 consecutive years. Her tireless advocacy for the symphony and its primary venue - the Centennial Concert Hall - helped convince our government to commit $15,000,000 to upgrade and repair the facility.

Thank you to them and to ALL the Order of Manitoba recipients. Your contributions to our province are appreciated!

https://winnipegsun.com/news/news-news/joy-smith-one-of-12-called-to-the-order-of-manitoba
James Teitsma for Radisson
James Teitsma for Radisson
"Paramedics — particularly advanced-care paramedics, who undergo greater medical training than primary-care paramedics – can more effectively assess and stabilize patients on scene before taking them to a hospital. They can save a life right away."

If you are experiencing a medical emergency request an ambulance by CALLING 911 . Ambulance fees are now just $250 - less than half what it cost a few years ago.

"Paramedicine has become the new health care on wheels. In a growing number of cases, paramedics are able to assess and treat patients on the spot without having to take them to a hospital."
James Teitsma for Radisson
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Brian Pallister is the only senior political leader in Canada who has spoken out against Quebec's new religious symbols law. That law prevents people with deeply held religious beliefs that have a visible component from working as a public school teacher, a police officer, a judge, a prison guard, a wildlife officer, a Crown prosecutor, a lawyer for the government or one of many other jobs as well.

Whether that symbol is a cross or crucifix around your neck for Christians, a kippah or yarmulke on your head for Jews, a turban for Sikhs, a hijab or niqab headscarf for Muslims, this new Quebec law says you're not welcome. If you wear these things on the job, you may face dismissal.

Thank you Premier Pallister for showing the country what real leadership looks like.
James Teitsma for Radisson
PC Party of Manitoba
This is what leadership looks like. Stand with Brian: https://www.pcmanitoba.com/stand_with_brian
James Teitsma for Radisson
James Teitsma for Radisson
Good looking #sunset tonight in #Winnipeg!

I love how still the lake is - you can clearly see the ripples each duck and goose make.
James Teitsma for Radisson