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Invasive Species Awareness Week kicks off today! It's important all Manitobans are aware of invasive species such as Dutch Elm, Zebra Mussels, and Spiny Waterflea and the negative impacts they can have on Manitoba's ecosystem. Learn More: news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.htm… Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

Pleased to join Minister Cox in the announcement of the $25M The Bay Building Fund to help preserve & restore the historic downtown HBC building. Looking forward to the redevelopment of this iconic building and the inspiration it will bring to the neighbourhood! #MBbudget2021 Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

Pleased to announce an additional $2M in funding to launch the 2nd phase of the Dine-in Restaurant Relief Program, which will provide more support to restaurants in rural MB and the catering industry like @BBQDannys. @mbchambersofcom and @ManitobaRFA will administer the rebates. Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

I am humbled to partner with Blue Thunderbird Inc, Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Center, Mount Carmel Clinic, Clan Mothers Healing Village and Manitoba Association of Women’s Shelters to help families stay together and improve the lives of children and youth in Manitoba. Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

Today more than 300,000 doses of #COVID19 vaccine have been administered, as part of the largest immunization campaign in MB’s history. This is an important milestone for all of us. Every person immunized is keeping themselves & all of us safer & better protected from COVID-19. Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

(1/2) Accessibility is a priority for all Manitobans and that is why today we announced a $20 million endowment fund to help municipalities, businesses and organizations increase the accessibility of their services, Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

We are proud to offer additional supports for victims of crime with $815,000 this #MBBUDGET2021, increasing help and awareness for families affected by violence and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. #ProtectingManitobans

test Twitter Media - We are proud to offer additional supports for victims of crime with $815,000 this #MBBUDGET2021, increasing help and awareness for families affected by violence and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. #ProtectingManitobans https://t.co/YF9RVQwSbo

Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation launches week-long mass vaccination clinic ift.tt/3e4PK5P Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

114 new cases of #Covid19MB have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. These cases are located in the following RHAs: Interlake-Eastern: 3 Northern: 36 Prairie Mountain: 9 Southern Health-Santé Sud: 4 Winnipeg: 62 Learn more at bit.ly/30JvMYN. twitter.com/MBGovNews/stat… Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

We extend our 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 - We extend our 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/NK8IRRU8J8

Current public health orders have been extended to April 30, 2021. Minor amendments are being made to include liquor cart sales on golf courses and increasing self-help meetings to a max. of 25 people, effective Friday, April 9 at 12:01 a.m. Learn more at bit.ly/3rZhEFe. Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

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 Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

I, Dr. Reimer, Dr. Roussin and Johanu Botha will host telephone town halls to discuss the #Covid19MB Immunization campaign on Tuesday, April 13 and Thursday, April 15.  Register online to receive a call to join the discussion at engagemb.ca #ProtectMB Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

Proud to do my part to help keep my family and my community safe from #COVID19. I encourage all Manitobans to roll up their sleeves and get a vaccine as soon as you are eligible. Protectmb.ca #ProtectMB #COVID19MB bit.ly/3s1mEZY Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

"Health-care funding will increase by $156 million to the highest level in Manitoba history, $6.98 billion, and builds a stronger health-care system with better care sooner." - Minister Fielding #ProtectingManitobans #MBBudget2021 Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

This year's budget is focused on #ProtectingManitobans. We're #AdvancingManitoba by investing in stronger health care, better education, and making life more affordable for Manitoba families. Watch the #MBBudget2021 speech this afternoon at: manitoba.ca/budget2021 #mbpoli Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

Pleased to join my colleague @minfielding at today’s announcement regarding how Budget 2021 will support the health, education and financial needs of Manitobans and help prepare for potential future waves of COVID-19 or other emergencies that arise. #ProtectingMB #MBBudget2021 Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

62 new cases of #Covid19MB have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. These cases are located in the following RHAs: Interlake-Eastern: 1 Northern: 23 Prairie Mountain: 4 Southern Health-Santé Sud: 1 Winnipeg: 33 Learn more at bit.ly/30JvMYN. twitter.com/MBGovNews/stat… Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

Today I was pleased to join @cathycox and @CameronFriesen to announce 6.4 million dollars in funding to 24 Community-based agencies to deliver enhanced supports and services to victims of crime. news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.htm…

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Pleased to be at Ka Ni Kanichihk with @cathycox and @Min_E_Clarke to announce $6.4 million in funding to 24 community organizations to help address the needs of victims of crime. These agencies will take the lead, helping survivors get the help they need, when they need it most. Retweeted by Eileen Clarke

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