In the House

MR. SPEAKER: The hon. the Member for St. John’s North.

MR. KIRBY: Last month, the Minister of Education attended the Federation School Councils AGM where he asked school councils to help his department to make our schools safe and positive learning environments.

 

MR. SPEAKER: The hon. the Member for The Straits – White Bay North.

MR. MITCHELMORE: Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

 

MR. SPEAKER: The hon. the Member for St. John’s East.

MR. MURPHY: Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

 

Gerry Rogers, MHA,
St. John’s Centre
Private Member’s Statement
NLAC Bishops College Award

Mr. Speaker,
I rise today to congratulate Bishops College on a very important award that will be officially presented tomorrow.

 

MR. SPEAKER: The Leader of the Third Party.

MS MICHAEL: Thank you very much, Mr. Speaker.

Mr. Speaker, government has eliminated the requirement that Income Support recipients were forced to apply for and lock in to Canada Pension Plan benefits at a reduced rate at age sixty.

 

MR. SPEAKER: The hon. the Member for St. John’s Centre.

MS ROGERS: Mr. Speaker, since we do not have a housing division in government, my question has to be for the Premier.

 

MR. SPEAKER: The hon. the Member for St. John’s North.

MR. KIRBY: Mr. Speaker, government’s decision to cut Job Creation Partnerships funding will seriously hinder community organizations and businesses across the Province this summer.

SOME HON. MEMBERS: Oh, oh!

MR. SPEAKER: Order, please!

 

MR. SPEAKER: The hon. the Leader of the Third Party.

MS MICHAEL: Thank you very much, Mr. Speaker.

 

George Murphy, MHA,
St. John’s East
Private Member’s Statement
Ethel Miller

Mr. Speaker,

I rise today to celebrate a remarkable woman. On Friday I had the pleasure of attending the one hundredth birthday party for Ethel Miller, who has been living at the Salvation Army’s Glenbrook Lodge since 2002.

 

Lorraine Michael, MHA,
Signal Hill-Quidi Vidi
Private Member’s Statement
Marthe Bernard

Mr. Speaker,
I rise today to extend congratulations to a young actor from my district whom I have known since her birth.

Marthe Bernard made her film debut at 10 in Mary Lewis’s award-winning short film, When Ponds Freeze Over.

 

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