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Ali Tarar

Candidat Liberal pour Turtle Mountain

Affordability

Childcare

Promesses de Liberal

Expand $10-a-day childcare to school-aged children
Ensure charitable providers are eligible for 100% of infrastructure costs
Increase wages and benefits for early childhood educators
Create a public registry of land and buildings that could be used for new childcare spaces
Create a single online portal for registering for childcare spaces

Debt

Promesse de Liberal

Provide $2M/year in funding to the Credit Counselling Society

"Manitoba Liberals will provide $2-million in annual funding to Credit Counselling Society, a charitable organization that helps people get their finances back on track at no cost. The funding will go to expanded services and education." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Post-secondary costs and loans

Promesses de Liberal

Rebate up to 60% of eligible tuition when students begin working

"Reinstate the tuition rebate program, providing a rebate of up to 60% on all eligible tuition fees when students begin working to encourage graduates to stay in Manitoba" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Provide multi-year funding for post-secondary institutions

"Ensure stable, multi-year funding for all post- secondary institutions" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Poverty and the minimum wage

Promesses de Liberal

Provide a guaranteed income for people with severe physical or mental disabilities, and people over 60

"The implementation of a provincial guaranteed dignified income (Mincome) for people with severe physical or mental disabilities, as well as people over 60. It will be top-up based on the previous year’s income" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Allow people on EIA to receive up to $500/month from volunteering

"Remove barriers to work and volunteer for people on EIA, including by increasing the amount a person can receive when volunteering from $100 to $500 a month" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Public transit

Promesses de Liberal

Commit to 50/50 transit funding in Winnipeg
Invest in expanding transit elsewhere

Tax measures and rebates

Promesse de Liberal

Provide income tax relief on a sliding scale for those earning up to $120K

"Manitoba Liberals will make changes to the Basic Personal Exemption by offering income tax relief for low and middle-income earners. All Manitobans earning up to $120,000 will be eligible for income tax relief on a sliding scale; which represents 96% of Manitobans. For the 0.1% making $300,000 and up, the exemption would be zero." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Climate Change & the Environment

Electric vehicles

Promesse de Liberal

Create a $300M fund for environmental restoration, green retrofits, agricultural emissions reductions programmes, wind and solar power, and EV charging stations

"To grow a greener province, a Manitoba Liberal Government will create a $300-million Green Fund that will support Manitobans in restoring the environment, offering energy-saving retrofits and ultimately fighting climate change.

Manitoba Liberals will renegotiate a deal with the Federal Government to redirect a portion of the revenue from the pollution pricing plan so that we can set our own conditions. In addition, we will establish new green building codes for both new builds and retrofits.

The Green Fund will be partially funded by Efficiency Manitoba, Manitoba Hydro, and a redirected portion of the revenue from the pollution pricing plan.

Eligible projects under the Green Fund will include, but are not limited to:

» Efficiency programs for producers to reduce the impact of agricultural greenhouse emissions, such as N02;

» Residential and commercial green retrofits to reduce home energy costs including to the removal of radon and replace lead water pipes;

» Increasing wind and solar power generating stations across the province;

» Increasing the number of EV charging stations." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Forests

Promesses de Liberal

Restore a provincial tree nursery and seed bank
Create wilderness corridors and restore habitats

"We will work with farmers, Indigenous communities and municipalities to create wilderness corridors and restore habitats such as forests, wetlands, grasslands. This will include significant efforts to remove and displace invasive species." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Green construction and retrofits

Promesse de Liberal

Create a $300M fund for environmental restoration, green retrofits, agricultural emissions reductions programmes, wind and solar power, and EV charging stations

"To grow a greener province, a Manitoba Liberal Government will create a $300-million Green Fund that will support Manitobans in restoring the environment, offering energy-saving retrofits and ultimately fighting climate change.

Manitoba Liberals will renegotiate a deal with the Federal Government to redirect a portion of the revenue from the pollution pricing plan so that we can set our own conditions. In addition, we will establish new green building codes for both new builds and retrofits.

The Green Fund will be partially funded by Efficiency Manitoba, Manitoba Hydro, and a redirected portion of the revenue from the pollution pricing plan.

Eligible projects under the Green Fund will include, but are not limited to:

» Efficiency programs for producers to reduce the impact of agricultural greenhouse emissions, such as N02;

» Residential and commercial green retrofits to reduce home energy costs including to the removal of radon and replace lead water pipes;

» Increasing wind and solar power generating stations across the province;

» Increasing the number of EV charging stations." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Land

Promesses de Liberal

Create wilderness corridors and restore habitats

"We will work with farmers, Indigenous communities and municipalities to create wilderness corridors and restore habitats such as forests, wetlands, grasslands. This will include significant efforts to remove and displace invasive species." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Double the number of protected areas by 2035
Create a carbon credit system to pay farmers for ecological services and sustainable land stewardship

"Set up a carbon credit system that will enable payments for farmers for ecological services and sustainable land stewardship" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Fund soil and water remediation projects

Pollution

Promesses de Liberal

Update environment laws on pollutants

"Update provincial environment laws to better protect Manitobans from pollutants in their neighbourhoods and strengthen enforcement" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Better inform residents of harmful chemicals

"Update the province’s data-collection to better inform residents of harmful chemicals that may be present in their communities." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Public transit

Promesses de Liberal

Commit to 50/50 transit funding in Winnipeg
Invest in expanding transit elsewhere

Water

Promesses de Liberal

Increase funding for the Water Services Board by $20M
Restore Lake Winnipeg by 2033
Create "Floating Wetlands" around combined sewer outlets in Winnipeg's rivers

"Create “Floating Wetlands” in Winnipeg’s Rivers around each combined sewer outlet to immediately help capture the excess pollution and nutrients naturally and at low cost." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Fund soil and water remediation projects
Invest in restoring and protecting freshwater fish species and habitats

"A Manitoba Liberal Government will also invest in the restoration and protection of freshwater fish species and habitats to ensure that fishers in Manitoba can continue to harvest fish sustainably while we protect our waterways from invasive species." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Education

French schooling

Promesses de Liberal

Restore the Bureau D'éducation Française and Association of Manitoba Bilingual Municipalities

"Strengthen and restoring the Bureau D’éducation Française and Association of Manitoba Bilingual Municipalities with stable long-term funding"

Support the Université de Saint-Boniface's development plan

"Support the Université de Saint-Boniface’s development plan to offset shortages in the French education sector" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

International students

Promesse de Liberal

Reinstate health coverage for international students

Learning needs

Promesses de Liberal

Provide universal coverage for cognitive and learning challenges

"Provide universal coverage for all cognitive and learning challenges so that immediately upon entering the school system students can receive proper support." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Work with school divisions to implement alternative learning models

"Work with school divisions to identify and implement more successful alternative learning models such as the MET School program." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Post-secondary costs and loans

Promesses de Liberal

Rebate up to 60% of eligible tuition when students begin working

"Reinstate the tuition rebate program, providing a rebate of up to 60% on all eligible tuition fees when students begin working to encourage graduates to stay in Manitoba" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Provide multi-year funding for post-secondary institutions

"Ensure stable, multi-year funding for all post- secondary institutions" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

School construction and upgrades

Promesses de Liberal

Provide dedicated funds for improving classroom ventilation
Plan to install air conditioning in schools across Manitoba

School nutrition

Promesse de Liberal

Work with the Child Nutrition Council to create a universal, province-wide, K-12 nutrition programme

Healthcare

Diabetes

Promesses de Liberal

Task the Chief Provincial Public Health Officer with creating and implementing a plan to prevent diabetes

"We will focus on reducing the number of new cases of diabetes and prevent secondary complications. This includes expanding the role of the Chief Provincial Public Health Officer to include the development and implementation of a provincewide plan to prevent diabetes. This will be done by working with First Nation and other communities to expand the NUKA model of care.

The NUKA model provides for a reduction in patient stress through a better integration of mental and physical health care and for improved integration of specialist care into primary care practice. The NUKA model has been shown, where implemented, to be highly effective in decreasing the need for emergency room visits by 40% and decreasing hospital admission by 36%. The most successful use of the NUKA model in Manitoba is utilized Opaskwayak Cree Nation who have found a reduction in the need to transfer patients to Winnipeg as a result of its implementation." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Restore coverage of diabetes drugs and devices, pumps and CGMs, and CPAP machines

"Manitoba Liberals will also restore the coverage of the cost of life-saving drugs - including diabetes drugs and devices for all Manitobans - pumps and CGMs, CPAP machines." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Drugs and addiction

Promesses de Liberal

Have the Liquor, Gaming, and Cannabis Authority prosecute illicit cannabis sales
"Crack down" on online illicit drug sales
Fund a 24/7 addictions treatment referral line
Support overdose prevention centres

"Support organizations that run overdose prevention centres to ensure people with addictions can receive treatment, counselling and timely mental health services focusing on prevention, treatment and recovery" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Health staffing

Promesses de Liberal

Offer pro-rated $10K bonuses to public system nurses and health professionals
Offer a pro-rated $5K bonus to Healthcare Workers and Team Members, including homecare workers
Offer a separate pro-rated $10K bonus to nurses and health professionals who return to the public system
Build a new lecture hall at the Health Sciences Centre
Expand burnout benefit coverage to all healthcare workers

"Review the Workers Compensation Act to expand coverage for burnout benefits for all workers" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Provide a 20% tax credit for healthcare workers' shoes and gowns

Healthcare governance & transparency

Promesses de Liberal

Require Regional Health Authorities, Shared Health, and Public Health to provide annual reports to a public committee

"A Manitoba Liberal Government will require RHAs, Shared Health and Public Health to report annually to a public committee of the legislature, at which CEOs and Board Chairs will have to face questions and provide answers to MLAs. Manitoba Liberals have already introduced legislation twice on this matter with no support from either the PCs or the NDP." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Move decision-making power away from Shared Health and Regional Health Authorities and towards local communities

"In addition, we will restore the decision-making power back to the local community level, away from Shared Health and RHAs. This will make our health system more responsive to the needs of the community." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Mental health

Promesses de Liberal

Cover regulated therapy under Medicare
Start a new Doctor of Psychology programme at the University of Manitoba

"Work with the University of Manitoba to create a new Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program that will train psychologists more quickly to expand the number of psychotherapy practitioners in the province" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Palliative care

Promesse de Liberal

Expand the palliative care programme

"In addition to a major expansion in homecare, a Manitoba Liberal government will also expand the palliative care program to ensure Manitobans in their last year of life can live in dignity and, where possible, at home while maintaining cancer and other treatments to enhance the quality of their last days." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Prenatal and postnatal care

Promesses de Liberal

Restore birth services and pre-natal care to First Nations communities

"Manitoba Liberals commit to work in partnership with the Federal Government to restore birth services and pre-natal care to First Nations communities so expectant mothers do not have to fly to Winnipeg for care." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Create a birth centre and dialysis unit at Cross Lake

"In addition, Manitoba Liberals will establish a birth centre and dialysis unit in the community of Cross Lake. Instead of spending money on flights and hotels, we will invest in providing care and safe delivery." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Train Indigenous midwives and doulas

"Furthermore, we will deliver a program to train Indigenous midwives and doulas to ensure they have safe and supported births within the North." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Primary care

Promesse de Liberal

Change how family doctors are compensated from the fee-for-service model to a flex-pay model

"Work with Doctors Manitoba to change the fee-for-service model to a flex-pay model so family doctors can take the extra time they need with their patients" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Rural healthcare

Promesse de Liberal

Start an MD degree programme at the University of Brandon, focused on training physicians for rural and northern communities

"Establish a Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree Program at the University of Brandon affiliated with the University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine focused on training physicians for rural and northern communities" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Seniors' health and services

Promesses de Liberal

Appoint an independent Seniors Advocate

"[...] a Manitoba Liberal government will enact legislation to implement an independent Seniors Advocate to investigate, advocate, and provide solutions for government on all issues that affect seniors." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Start providing 4.1 hours of direct care per resident per day in long-term care homes within two years
Run unannounced, independent inspections of personal care homes

"Work with Regional Health Authorities to implement unannounced and independent inspections and visits of personal care homes and ensure all recommendations are carried through." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Provide grants up to $15K for seniors to retrofit their homes
Assess every person's long-term needs at age 70

"At the age of 70, every Manitoban will receive an assessment through the public health care system of what their long-term needs are to ensure standardized quality of care. The assessment would recommend programs and supports specific to the individual’s needs, with the mandate to ensure independence and dignity. These options would include long-term care facilities, 24/7 at-home support services, or part-time care. Seniors would have their living situation assessed and individuals would receive recommendations for changes they should make to maintain their independence." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Housing & Homelessness

Home construction and supply

Promesse de Liberal

Create 10K new housing units in 10 years

"Manitoba Liberals will work with all levels of government, Manitoba Housing, private landlords, and organizations to create 10,000 new housing units in the next ten years. This will be accomplished by renovating existing units, purchasing or building new units for low-income housing, and incentivize the construction of new apartment blocks and multi-dwelling units which include a proportion of low-income housing." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Home purchases and ownership

Promesses de Liberal

Repeal 80% of the property tax rebate
Make remaining rebates progressive, with larger rebates for lower-income people

"We will preserve some rebates as an affordability measure for lower income Manitobans, small property owners, Manitobans with disabilities and seniors on fixed incomes. As with our income tax cuts, we will ensure that those who have smaller incomes will receive larger rebates. This will provide genuine tax relief to those who need it most while also staying fiscally responsible." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Homelessness

Promesse de Liberal

Provide unhoused people with housing on the same day they first present themselves

"Currently, people in Manitoba who are homeless must be considered “chronically homeless” for six months before they can qualify for housing. This policy means that we will never end homelessness. Manitoba Liberals will adapt the progressive model where those who present themselves as unhoused will receive appropriate housing that same day. We will create a dashboard linked to supports to help people and organizations navigate to the help they need including accessing food, social services, shelter, and warming locations." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Jobs, Businesses, & Labour

Agriculture

Promesses de Liberal

Create a "Debt Compromise Board" to assist in negotiating debt restructures

"We will create a new “Debt Compromise Board” which will provide Manitoba businesses and farmers a forum where they can meet with their lender to find ways to restructure debts so we keep farmers on the farm and businesses up and running." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Create a "Manitoba Business Development Bank" to invest in and provide equity capital for entrepreneurs, farmers, and start-ups

"Manitoba Liberals commit to establish the Manitoba Business Development Bank with a mandate to provide equity capital and investments to Manitoba entrepreneurs, farmers and independent businesses, for start-up and scale-up of their operations. Our goal is to help Manitoba entrepreneurs, whatever their background, to grow and build wealth for themselves and the province. It will be available on First Nations and also help commercialize innovation and research at Post-secondary institutions." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Business taxes

Promesse de Liberal

Require corporations to declare their beneficial owners in a public registry

"In order to ensure accountability and avoid tax fraud, we will require tax-paying corporations in Manitoba to declare their beneficial owners in a public searchable registry." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Fishing & Aquaculture

Promesse de Liberal

Invest in restoring and protecting freshwater fish species and habitats

"A Manitoba Liberal Government will also invest in the restoration and protection of freshwater fish species and habitats to ensure that fishers in Manitoba can continue to harvest fish sustainably while we protect our waterways from invasive species." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Infrastructure

Promesses de Liberal

Consult with the Association of Manitoba Municipalities on which highways, roads, and bridges need immediate repair and upgrade

"Repairing highways, provincial roads, bridges and intersections that need immediate repair and upgrade as determined in consultation with Association of Manitoba Municipalities (AMM), while enhancing the role of Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure in long-term strategic planning for the province" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Expand cellular service along transportation corridors and in rural and northern Manitoba

"Working with communities, cellular providers and Manitoba Hydro Telecom to expand cellular service along transportation corridors while improving broadband internet to rural and northern Manitoba"  — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Build an airport at Wasagamack First Nation
Fund a feasibility study into replacing the Arlington Bridge in Winnipeg
Fund a feasibility study into relocating rail in Winnipeg
Provide capital and operational funding for the Keystone Centre

"Providing ongoing capital and operational funding for the Keystone Centre to maintain its role as a driver of economic activity in Western Manitoba" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Mining and minerals

Promesse de Liberal

Work with Indigenous communities and municipalities to rebuild the mining sector

"In partnership with Indigenous communities and municipalities, we will work to rebuild Manitoba’s mining sector to ensure it is environmentally sustainable by creating a pathway for mining operations to proceed and create the kind of environment that will lead to a substantial increase in mining investment in Manitoba." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Poverty and the minimum wage

Promesses de Liberal

Provide a guaranteed income for people with severe physical or mental disabilities, and people over 60

"The implementation of a provincial guaranteed dignified income (Mincome) for people with severe physical or mental disabilities, as well as people over 60. It will be top-up based on the previous year’s income" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Allow people on EIA to receive up to $500/month from volunteering

"Remove barriers to work and volunteer for people on EIA, including by increasing the amount a person can receive when volunteering from $100 to $500 a month" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Startups and small businesses

Promesses de Liberal

Create a "Manitoba Business Development Bank" to invest in and provide equity capital for entrepreneurs, farmers, and start-ups

"Manitoba Liberals commit to establish the Manitoba Business Development Bank with a mandate to provide equity capital and investments to Manitoba entrepreneurs, farmers and independent businesses, for start-up and scale-up of their operations. Our goal is to help Manitoba entrepreneurs, whatever their background, to grow and build wealth for themselves and the province. It will be available on First Nations and also help commercialize innovation and research at Post-secondary institutions." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Create a "Debt Compromise Board" to assist in negotiating debt restructures

"We will create a new “Debt Compromise Board” which will provide Manitoba businesses and farmers a forum where they can meet with their lender to find ways to restructure debts so we keep farmers on the farm and businesses up and running." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Society & Government

Crown corporations

Promesses de Liberal

Set up an independent civilian body between government and crown corporations
Require crown corporations to include stakeholders and communities when making decisions

Electoral Reform

Promesses de Liberal

Introduce a ranked ballot system for provincial elections
Negotiate with municipalities who want to adopt ranked ballots as well

Gender-based violence

Promesses de Liberal

Expand shelter capacity and support services by 20% in 4 years
Create new women's shelters in Winnipeg, Brandon, and Thompson

"Create new emergency women’s shelters with beds dedicated to women and children in Winnipeg, Brandon, and Thompson" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Immigration

Promesses de Liberal

Reduce the application fee for the Provincial Nominee Program from $500 to $50

"Negotiate an enhanced family-reunification stream for the Provincial Nominee Program and reduce the application fee from $500 to $50" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Ask the federal government for more new Canadians to immigrate to Manitoba through the Provincial Nominee Program

"Negotiate with the Federal Government for a larger percentage of new Canadians immigrating to Manitoba through the provincial nominee program" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Indigenous Women, Girls, & 2-Spirited People

Promesse de Liberal

Create Indigenous-led advisory bodies within police forces

"Implement Indigenous-led advisory bodies within policing agencies to ensure gender-based violence is a priority." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Indigenous children in care

Promesse de Liberal

Return $338M of federal benefits to Indigenous children who were in care from 2006-2019

"From 2006 to 2019, the Manitoba Government illegally took federal benefits intended for Indigenous children who were in the care CFS. Childrens’ Special Allowances were monthly payments intended to pay for the care of all Indigenous children.

When children were taken into the custody of CFS, the Manitoba Government clawed back, dollar for dollar, these necessary supports. This left lasting harm and has limited many childrens’ full potential. In opposition, the Progressive Conservatives described this act as “Immoral and illegal” and the New Democratic Party (NDP) called it “theft”. Despite criticizing each other, neither party has committed to returning the funds for its intended use.

Manitoba Liberals commit to return $338-million stolen by the PCs and NDP to all Indigenous children who were in the custody of Child and Family Services." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Indigenous communities affected by Hydro

Promesses de Liberal

Direct Hydro to work with First Nations to address outstanding compensation
Create a long-term fund for costs and damages created by Hydro projects

"In addition, a long-term fund will be established to address the costs and damage created by Hydro projects, restore habitats, and repair environmental damage. Manitoba Liberals will commit a portion of the Manitoba Government’s income stream from Manitoba Hydro to this fund each year." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Indigenous relations

Promesse de Liberal

Create an Indigenous Secretariat to direct government on Indigenous programmes and services

"To achieve that goal, Manitoba Liberals commit to creating an Indigenous Secretariat that will have an independent voice directing government on how best to offer programs and services for Indigenous peoples.

That would include implementing the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and ensure that Jordan’s Principle is enforced." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Justice system

Promesses de Liberal

Expand resources for diversion programmes

"Manitoba Liberals commit to strengthening the support network of the judicial system by expanding the resources for programs that divert people away from incarceration." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Fund Native Clan and Clan Mothers Healing Village

"We will fund Native Clan and Clan Mothers Healing Village to provide meaningful options to incarceration and safe placements after release, to provide shelter, supports to create a path to healing — including culturally appropriate provincial halfway houses." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Municipal governments

Promesse de Liberal

Repeal Bill 37

"A Manitoba Liberal Government will work with the Association of Manitoba Municipalities and citizens to repeal Bill 37, which provided for the Municipal Board to override local municipal decision-making. We will reform the municipal board to make it politically independent and accountable." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Public safety

Promesses de Liberal

Create non-police crisis teams focused on deescalation and treatment to work with police on mental health and addictions crises

"Establish non-police mental health and addictions crisis teams to work in tandem with law enforcement agencies across the province, with a focus on de-escalation and treatment" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Fund culturally-relevant anti-gang diversion programmes
Bring back youth justice committees province-wide

Searching the Prairie Green Landfill

Promesses de Liberal

Work with all levels of government to search the Prairie Green Landfill
Pay 50% of the cost

Whistleblowers

Promesses de Liberal

Limit NDAs to protecting intellectual property
Shield people and media outlets from lawsuits for speech with anti-SLAPP legislation

"Pass anti-SLAPP legislation to protect freedom of speech by Manitobans and media outlets by shielding them from lawsuits designed to intimidate or silence legitimate public debate" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Enjeux divers

Arts and culture

Promesse de Liberal

Increase funding to the Manitoba Arts Council by $20M

Charities

Promesse de Liberal

Provide wage subsidies for not-for-profits and other organisations working for public benefit

"Create the ‘Manitoba Works for Good’ voluntary jobs program which will provide wage and job subsidies for not-for-profit and other organizations to provide work for the public benefit and for community improvements projects." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Francophone culture

Promesses de Liberal

Increase funding to le Centre culturel franco-manitobain to $900K/year
Restore the Bureau D'éducation Française and Association of Manitoba Bilingual Municipalities

"Strengthen and restoring the Bureau D’éducation Française and Association of Manitoba Bilingual Municipalities with stable long-term funding"

Increase francophone immigration targets


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Ali Tarar has proudly called Turtle Mountain home for over six years, and is the owner of the largest business in Ninette, The Grocery Box and DOMO Gas. His active engagement within the community is a testament to his commitment to its well-being.  

Ali is not only a respected member of the Pakistani and Muslim community in South West Manitoba but also a bridge between diverse groups through his business.

Owning a business in the riding has afforded Ali a unique perspective. It has enabled him to foster meaningful connections with local residents and gain deep insights into the challenges and issues they encounter.

A prevalent concern in Turtle Mountain is the feeling of being unheard by the provincial government, where residents' opinions often seem undervalued. In response, Ali Tarar has stepped forward as a champion for positive change in Turtle Mountain. He pledges to be continuously accessible and available to his fellow residents, ensuring that their concerns are not only acknowledged but also actively addressed.

Ali Tarar's dedication to amplifying the voices of Turtle Mountain's people reflects his unwavering commitment to a brighter future for the community.