Hon. SarahGuillemard

MLA for Fort Richmond
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Sarah Guillemard was elected to her first term as MLA for Fort Richmond on April 19, 2016. In addition to her duties as MLA, she serves as the Legislative Assistant to the Minister of Sport, Culture and Heritage. She is a community activist and long-time resident who is ready to make a difference for the people of Fort Richmond as their new MLA.

A graduate of Fort Richmond Collegiate, Sarah has lived in Fort Richmond for 31 years and is proud to be raising her family in the same vibrant, caring neighbourhood that she grew up in. Sarah has been a tireless community advocate whose efforts have benefitted families in the community and throughout Winnipeg.

In an effort to help a constituent be reunited with his family from Nigeria, Thompson MLA Kelly Bindle helped spearhead a petition calling on the Federal Government to assist Mr. Abby Ogunbanwo in his efforts to bring his wife and children to Canada after 6 years of separation. This petition was tabled in the House of Commons with the assistance of Manitoba Member of Parliament Ted Falk.

Riding Mountain MLA Greg Nesbitt asks a question to Minister Cameron Friesen in the Manitoba Legislature.

Swan River MLA Rick Wowchuk makes a Members Statement on June 1, 2017.

St. James MLA Scott Johnston makes a Members Statement on June 1, 2017.

Rossmere MLA Hon. Andrew Micklefield makes a Members Statement on June 1, 2017.

Sport, Culture and Heritage Minister Rochelle Squires makes another Ministerial Statement on June 1, 2017.

Sustainable Development Minister Cathy Cox makes a Ministerial Statement on June 1, 2017.

Justice Minister and Attorney General Heather Stefanson makes a Ministerial Statement in the Manitoba Legislature.

Sport, Culture and Heritage Minister Rochelle Squires makes a Ministerial Statement in the Manitoba Legislature.

St. Vital MLA Colleen Mayer asks a question to Minister Scott Fielding in the Manitoba Legislature.


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