Kevin Chief

Kevin chief

Kevin Chief

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Political Party: NDP

Phone: (204) 942-3535

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Hydro rates up 2.5%

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Winnipeg Sun - Kevin Chief. Manitoba the 'best place to live' · 0 · Bombers fans head to Regina for Labour Day Classic · 0 · Knife filer. Woman arrested after Weston stabbing · 0 · 900-block of Sherbrook Street. Two charged in Sherbrook beating · 0 · 900-block of Pritchard ...

(Bob) Axworthy to run for Liberals in Fort Whyte

Wednesday, 08 August 2012

Winnipeg Sun - More from Manitoba. q · Man, 59, dead after St. Malo crash · 0 · Alonsa · Man, 29, killed in Alonsa-area rollover · 0 · Kevin Chief · Manitoba the 'best place to live' · 0 · Getzlaf · Time to get in the game · 0 · Floodway ex[ansion · Forcing workers into unions is ...

Balooga Bull wins Derby

Tuesday, 07 August 2012

Winnipeg Sun - Kevin Chief. Manitoba the 'best place to live' · 0 · Bombers fans head to Regina for Labour Day Classic · 0 · Prince Harry. Girl who got naked with Prince Harry reveals all to U.K. magazine · 0 · Facebook Like. Facebook cracks down on fake "Likes" · 0 · eggs ...

Web chatter: July 14

Friday, 13 July 2012

Winnipeg Sun - Now they have their superstar Kevin Chief running around and setting up even more mentorship programs — this murder statistic will just continue to grow geometrically. There is no hope when these clowns do not care about victims. — It's Manitoba Time ...

Manitoba fund gives native students tuition boost

Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Canada First Perspective - “The tuition credit gives kids a tap on the shoulder to say, 'Hey, post secondary education is for you,” says Kevin Chief, Manitoba's Minister of Children and Youth Opportunities. Before entering government last year, Chief worked at the University of Winnipeg ...

Chief Visits ManitobaFunded Summer Programs

Sunday, 08 July 2012

ChrisD.ca (blog) - Posted by Sarah Klein [caption id=attachment_57262 align=aligncenter width=600] Children and Youth Opportunities Minister Kevin Chief with Green Team.

Funding boost for FASD work

Monday, 14 May 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - ... alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) support program and expand FASD diagnostic capacity in northern and rural communities as part of new funding for its five-year FASD strategy, Children and Youth Opportunities Minister Kevin Chief announced Friday.

Province announces expansion of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder services

Sunday, 13 May 2012

mySteinbach.ca (blog) - This announcement was made by Children and Youth Opportunities Minister Kevin Chief. “Manitoba is a recognized a leader in the area of FASD diagnosis and treatment across Canada,” said Chief. “Our continuing investments will help ensure that people ...

Province to double FASD clinic space

Saturday, 12 May 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - Children and Youth Opportunities Minister Kevin Chief announced Friday funding for provincial services to address FASD will reach $13.3 million this year, $500000 more than last year. At a news conference, he said some of the new money will be used to ...

Province boosts capacity of FASD program

Friday, 11 May 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - ... alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) support program and expand FASD diagnostic capacity in northern and rural communities as part of new funding for its five-year FASD strategy, Children and Youth Opportunities Minister Kevin Chief announced today.

Questionnaire Response

Kevin Chief - Point Douglas

Why did you decide to run in the 2011 Manitoba election?

I am running because of the potential of Point Douglas. I believe in our community of dedicated and talented people working together to make it safer and stronger.

What experience will you bring to compliment your role as MLA?

I have a deep connection to Point Douglas. This is the riding where I am raising my family and it’s the community where I have built my career.

Is there anything in particular you would like to change in our province? In your electoral division?

Safety, affordability for working families & seniors, affordable housing, accessible health care & opportunities for youth.


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