Brad Michaleski

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Dauphin Constituency Office
Room 227 - 450 Broadwa
Winnipeg, MB, MB R3C 0V8

Latest Caucus News

Wab Kinew’s NDP Vote Against Increasing RCMP Funding for Municipalities

Today’s vote showed that the NDP have no respect for police or municipalities: Schuler Wab Kinew’s NDP voted against a resolution today calling on the federal government to adequately support Manitoba municipalities following 23 per cent RCMP salary increases. “We believe in defending, not defunding, our police,” said Ron Schuler, PC Caucus Chair. “We support […]

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NDP Critic Too Busy Moonlighting, Ignores Environment File

NDP priorities are for themselves, not Manitobans: Schuler After claiming to be winding down his work as a lawyer, part-time MLA for Fort Garry Mark Wasyliw was missing in action for Earth Week to be in court, while our PC Team was busy fighting for Manitobans, PC Caucus Chair Ron Schuler mentioned today. “How can […]

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Latest from Brad MICHALESKI


PROVINCE ANNOUNCES NEW MANITOBA WATER SERVICES BOARD CAPITAL PROJECTS MLA Michaleski welcomes funding for local projects   Dauphin — Brad Michaleski, MLA for Dauphin, is welcoming an announcement from Central Services Minister Reg Helwer that our Progressive Conservative Government is investing more than $50 million in 42 new water and waste infrastructure projects as part […]

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Dauphin MLA, Minister of Agriculture and Resource Development tour local municipalities

Meetings provided informative updates on local agricultural issues: Michaleski Dauphin – Brad Michaleski, MLA for Dauphin, welcomed the Minister of Agriculture and Resource Development, Blaine Pedersen as part of his week-long tour across rural Manitoba to engage farmers on a broad range of agriculture sector issues and opportunities. The tour reached 16 constituencies in an […]

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Looking Forward to the Fall Session

It has been awhirl wind of activities over the last 4 months and I’m just so proud to be representing the great constituency of Dauphin in this exciting time of change. Spending the better part of spring in Winnipeg during the 1st Session of the 41st Legislature was very interesting to say the least…but fun. […]

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