Hon. RonSchuler

MLA for Springfield-Ritchot
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A friendly reminder for all Manitobans to keep voting for the community of St. Adolphe to become the next Kraft Hockeyville. Voting is open until 4pm today at krafthockeyville.ca The winner will be announced tonight on @hockeynight. Go Hawks Go! @adolphe_st #KraftHockeyville

test Twitter Media - A friendly reminder for all Manitobans to keep voting for the community of St. Adolphe to become the next Kraft Hockeyville. Voting is open until 4pm today at https://t.co/FDAUlvEz7M The winner will be announced tonight on @hockeynight. Go Hawks Go! @adolphe_st #KraftHockeyville https://t.co/J7GxtMjIaV

I had the honor to meet Prince Philip back in 2002. My deepest condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the members of the Royal Family on the passing of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh.

test Twitter Media - I had the honor to meet Prince Philip back in 2002. My deepest condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the members of the Royal Family on the passing of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh. https://t.co/H1bBlRAclI
test Twitter Media - I had the honor to meet Prince Philip back in 2002. My deepest condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the members of the Royal Family on the passing of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh. https://t.co/H1bBlRAclI

I call on all my fellow Manitoban’s to vote for St. Adolphe to become the next Kraft Hockeyville! Don’t forget, voting starts tomorrow at 8 AM! GO HAWKS GO! @adolphe_st #KraftHockeyville #mbpoli #Manitoba

Building more infrastructure is key to advancing Manitoba’s recovery past COVID-19. We plan to invest more than $2.1 billion this year in strategic infrastructure across Manitoba, the largest amount ever in provincial history. #mbpoli

test Twitter Media - Building more infrastructure is key to advancing Manitoba’s recovery past COVID-19. We plan to invest more than $2.1 billion this year in strategic infrastructure across Manitoba, the largest amount ever in provincial history. #mbpoli https://t.co/MORcWMSBL6

Yesterday, in the legislature, I recognized the community of St.Adolphe in their pursuit to become the next Kraft Hockeyville! Get out and vote starting on April 9th at 8 AM! @adolphe_st #KraftHockeyville #mbpoli #manitoba

Wishing everyone that celebrates, a safe and happy Easter! #mbpoli #manitoba #Easter

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Last week I gave second reading to Bill 20, the Vehicle Technology Testing Act. This innovative piece of legislation will enable developers to test emerging vehicle technologies on Manitoba roads, which will support various development sectors within the province. #MBpoli

Manitoba’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre will continue to monitor watershed conditions across the province and our government is prepared to respond to any potential hydrologic events to ensure the safety of all Manitobans. news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.htm…

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I had the opportunity to speak to the Spring Thaw Conditions report today. Our outlook remains similar to the report we released in February with the risk for any high water activity remaining low this spring. youtube.com/watch?v=rArBzy…

I’m proud to support the community of St. Adolphe, in my constituency, as one of the four finalists in Canada for Kraft Hockeyville 2021. I encourage all Manitobans to watch the video below and be sure to vote for St. Adolphe starting at 8am on April 9th. krafthockeyville.ca/community/11E9…

Had a great meeting today with Hadji Hesso of the Yazidi Association of Manitoba. Always a pleasure!

test Twitter Media - Had a great meeting today with Hadji Hesso of the Yazidi Association of Manitoba. Always a pleasure! https://t.co/tbxk6IM39j

We are committed to building a more responsive approach by listening to concerns expressed by drivers and community members. By engaging with the public, we will ensure we consider the safest and most practical options to enhance road safety and traffic flow. #mbpoli #manitoba twitter.com/MBGovNews/stat…

We have so many wonderful people that work in the Legislative building "behind the scenes". Thank you to Todd Miclash for all his dedication and years of service! twitter.com/fairdinkumbrad…

Phase 2 of the Perimeter Safety Review proposes closing all non-signalled median openings & stop sign-controlled access points limiting the North Perimeter Highway to intersections that are signalled appropriately or have interchanges. Read more: news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.htm… #manitoba

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Today I had the joy of discussing Phase 2 of the Perimeter Highway Safety Review. We are asking Manitobans to weigh in on EngageMB so our government can consider the safest and most practical options to enhance the North Perimeter. youtube.com/watch?v=FmYq05…

Today, I had the pleasure of touring the new Qaumajuq Inuit art centre at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. The artwork displayed at this impressive facility demonstrates Inuit culture and history in an innovative and engaging way. #Manitoba #WAG #Mbpoli

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One of Manitoba Infrastructures truck plows participated in last weekends Altona Students Pandemic Anniversary Joy Parade.

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Runoff on the Assiniboine River, Qu’Appelle River, and the Upper Assiniboine (Shellmouth basin) is expected to begin later this week.

Water levels on the Red River continue to rise approximately 1 foot per day. The Red River is expected to peak at Emerson between March 18 to 21. The Red River is expected to remain within its banks, and the forecast peak will not require the use of the floodway.

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