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James Teitsma
MLA for Radisson/Député de Radisson
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Keeping our word

- Reduced the PST from 8% to 7%
- Reduced ambulance fees by 50%
- Shortened ER wait times
- Invested $1 billion annually in infrastructure

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Listening to the front line

- Speaking with nurses and doctors
- Hearing from seniors
- Available, accountable and active in the community.

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Moving Manitoba Forward
- Lower taxes for families
- Better health care sooner
- 20 new schools
- 40,000 new jobs
- Made-in-Manitoba Green Plan
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James has been the MLA for Radisson since being elected in April 2016.

Active in the community, James works hard helping constituents and listening to their concerns.

James has used his background in financial planning and business to get better value for our tax dollars. His common-sense initiatives have saved Manitoba taxpayers millions annually.

As a father of six children, James knows how important it is to protect vulnerable children and improve our Child and Family Services system. He’s proud to be part of a government that is giving Manitobans and their children a brighter future.


James Teitsma for Radisson
James Teitsma for Radisson

A $135 million design-build contract for the construction of a new diamond interchange at Perimeter Highway and St. Mary’s Road has been awarded to Aecon Infrastructure Management Inc.

Construction should begin in Spring 2022.

Site preparation and contractor mobilization will begin in the upcoming months. The anticipated completion date is Summer 2024.
James Teitsma for Radisson
James Teitsma for Radisson
from the Diagnostic and Surgical Recovery Task Force

1) GYNECOLOGICAL SURGERY: The province is developing an agreement with Maples Surgical Centre and other local partners to increase gynecology surgeries. Nearly 3,000 women are currently waiting for care and almost two-thirds of these procedures can be done through day surgery. This program will begin in early February and significantly decrease the wait for many patients.

2) ENDOSCOPY: In Manitoba, the screening tool currently used for colon cancer requires the client to have an endoscopy to confirm their diagnosis. This must be done in an operating room, which requires staffing and other resources. Manitoba is shifting to fecal immunochemical test screening, which provides more accurate results and also reduces the need for endoscopic procedures. This will provide more timely diagnosis and support better outcomes for individual clients. It will also free up operating room space for other procedures by decreasing the number of endoscopies by approximately 10 to 15 per cent per year once fully implemented.

3) ANESTHESIOLOGISTS: The Manitoba government is also preparing a plan to train and hire up to 13 new anesthesia clinical assistants (ACA) positions across the province over the next three years. Anesthesia is fundamental to effective, safe and efficient medical procedures. ACAs allow anesthesiologists to increase their efficiency by being able to delegate and observe care simultaneously for more than one patient. This investment will double the number of ACAs currently working in Manitoba. ACAs are critical members of the surgical team, helping to provide safe and efficient care to patients.

4) SPINAL SURGERY: The province is working on an agreement with Sanford Health in Fargo, North Dakota to provide spinal surgeries as a part of Manitoba’s Out-of-Province Medical Referrals program. This measure will help reduce the wait-list for Manitobans as the province builds its own capacity. Services will be offered later this year as capacity allows at Sanford Health Fargo. Eligible individuals will be referred by their care provider, typically for conditions such as spinal stenosis and chronic degenerative disc disease.


“To Manitobans who are on a wait-list for a diagnostic or surgical procedure, I want to say this: more good news is coming,” said Gordon. “The task force project team is focused on achieving results that bring more timely care for all of us. They are guided by local experts who know our health-care system and Manitobans’ priorities. These improvements are just the beginning, as we build capacity and Manitoba-made solutions.”

You can read the first news release here:

You can hear the news conference, including media Q&A here:


The large urban riding extends from Day Street to Panet Road and from Grassie Blvd to Dugald Road. It includes the Transcona Bioreserve at the east end of Devonshire and the entire Kildonan Place shopping district. It includes established neighbourhoods like Mission Gardens, Harbourview South, Eaglemere, Lakeside Meadows, Kildonan Meadows, Kildonan Green and Transcona north of Kildare and west of Day St. It also includes the large new development encompassing Crocus Meadows, Devonshire Park, Devonshire Village and Starlite Village.

Radisson is a diverse riding that includes large residential areas, but also shopping (Kildonan Place shopping district), industrial areas (Terracon Place, north Dugald), automotive vehicle sales (“The Strip” on Regent), hospitality (CanAd Inns, Club Regent Casino) and much much more!

If you are not sure whether you live in the riding, check the map to your right.



You can schedule a meeting with James by contacting the office at 204-691-7976 or emailing


You can make a request to have special greetings sent to recognize a special anniversary or birthday.

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Radisson residents can request Manitoba pins. The office has a variety available. 

Contact to get your pin today!


Groups and individuals are welcome to visit the Legislative building any time. There are self directed tours as well as guided tours. 

If you would like more information on the Legislative building, go to


If you need help navigating the health care system, contact the office at any time. 


If you are experiencing difficulties review your appeal options here, or contact our office

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James Teitsma est le député de la circonstription provinciale de Radisson.

Vous pouvez lui téléphoner au 204-691-7976

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