Hon. SarahGuillemard

MLA for Fort Richmond
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Tkachuk is a dirty player...wow. That trip on Ehlers after what he did to Scheifele is asking for trouble! @NHLJets #gojetsgo

Today is the 6th anniversary of the Yazidi Genocide.Our hearts are with the families who grieve & those who live with trauma. It is important to acknowledge the continued efforts to protect vulnerable communities from violence. #mbpoli

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It is important to acknowledge the continued efforts to protect vulnerable communities from violence. #mbpoli https://t.co/CwKeVtSiHa
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It is important to acknowledge the continued efforts to protect vulnerable communities from violence. #mbpoli https://t.co/CwKeVtSiHa

We can all make a difference with these simple measures. We know it is effective. No need to panic, but there is a need to stay vigilant. #mbpoli #COVID19

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@RossRomaniuk @stevelambertwpg @JillMacyshonCTV Neither...if your Mom made you wear an empty plastic bread bag inside each boot!

@nello4transcona That is great news! So glad to hear you are doing well. ☀️

If you are bringing to light a wrongdoing, you are not the one causing a scene; the wrongdoer caused it.

Fascinating commentary coming from a member of the party that delayed introduction of any bills *during a pandemic*, claiming they were all dangerous. Once introduced, not one of the bills was the ‘boogeyman’ that was forewarned. Same play, different day. 🙄 #mbpoli twitter.com/AdrienLouisSal…

Keep working hard at managing your risks, but also stand up to protect the mental health of the communities trying to support their loved ones who are ill. When we come out the other side of this pandemic, the kindness will be remembered beyond any policy or directive. ❤️ 11/11

It is important that we learn to manage. A big part of managing the virus is being kind to those who are fighting through the illness (and their families/communities). It is not their fault for getting sick. It is the fault of COVID-19. It has changed the game. 10/11

It has been an exhausting few months of trying to control an unpredictable and invisible illness, and when the numbers go up, we react with blame. 9/11

We are at the same place with COVID-19 right now. We did so many things right in the first few weeks that everyone convinced themselves we had control over the virus. 8/11

...Management allows you to respond effectively to unexpected results, whereas control causes you to be reactive and waste energy on the ‘how’.” 7/11

“You will never control this disease. When the blood sugar numbers don’t turn out, it was not because you did something wrong, it is the disease changing the game. When you learn the difference between control and management, your lives will change... 6/11

It was in our brokenness that the words from our amazing team of healthcare supports at DERCA Winnipeg (diabetes education resource for children and adolescents) gave us understanding and a path forward. 5/11

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