Stan Struthers

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Political Party: NDP

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NDP's stay in school law gets a failing grade from Auriat

Saturday, 02 July 2011

Brandon Sun - Other educators in the NDP caucus include Jim Rondeau, Stan Struthers, Theresa Oswald, Gerard Jennissen, Peter Bjornson, Sharon Blady, Ron Lemieux, Diane McGifford, Christine Melnick (school trustee), Erna Braun, Greg Selinger (associate professor of ...

Manitoba Beef Producers welcomes swift announcement of aid for flooded beef ...

Friday, 01 July 2011 (blog) - Beef producers in Manitoba received some welcome relief after a comprehensive announcement by Minister of Agriculture, Stan Struthers. “We have two words for Minister Struthers,” said Major Jay Fox, President of Manitoba Beef Producers, “Thank you”! ...

Manitoba rolls out recovery plan for floodweary farmers

Friday, 01 July 2011

Grainews - "Farmers can't wait any longer for help and that's why we are coming through for them when they need it," provincial Agriculture Minister Stan Struthers said in a release Thursday. The program is expected to help farmers take "specific action to ...

Minister announces ag assistance

Thursday, 30 June 2011

Winkler Times - Our government will not turn its back on farmers; we are here to support them and help them recover from the damage the water has left behind," said Agriculture Minister Stan Struthers. "Farmers can't wait any longer for help and that's why we are ...

'Toba to pay flooded farmers $194M 0

Thursday, 30 June 2011

Winnipeg Sun - Agriculture Minister Stan Struthers said as much as $194 million could flow to everyone from grain farmers and cattle producers to beekeepers and feedlot operators to help them deal with lost income resulting from the most widespread disaster to hit ...

Manitoba announces $194 million in flood aid for province's farmers

Thursday, 30 June 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Agriculture Minister Stan Struthers doesn't yet have the federal government's commitment for its usual 60 per cent share of the program, but he doesn't foresee any problems. "I'm really very confident that the federal government will be there when it ...

Written by Kelvin Heppner

Thursday, 30 June 2011

Portage Online - "That only serves to redouble our efforts to get something put in place quickly," says Stan Struthers, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives. "I fully intend to have a program announcement announced quickly, having some terms and ...

Farmers to get $194M aid package

Thursday, 30 June 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Agriculture Minister Stan Struthers announced a $194-million package for farmers Thursday that depends on the federal government picking up their normal 60 per cent of the cost of such programs. Struthers said he was confident Ottawa would fork over ...

AgriRecovery Program To Help Flooded Farmers

Thursday, 30 June 2011

CJOB - Agriculture Minister Stan Struthers says aid includes 30-dollars per acre for unseeded and flooded-out acres. There's also assistance for forage shortfall for flooding on pasture and hay land. There's transportation assistance and help for nurseries, ...

Information Meeting Scheduled

Monday, 27 June 2011

Portage Online - She adds several provincial officials will be there, including Minister Stan Struthers, MLA Tom Nevakshonoff, and MLA Ralph Eichler. The meeting's at the Siglunes hall just past Vogar on Highway 68. It starts at 1 o'clock.

Questionnaire Response

Stan Struthers - Dauphin

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

I'm excited to continue building my community and province. I have always been community minded, and to see so much positive growth in recent years is exciting. Lets keep it growing!

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

I've been accessible and involved in my community for over two decades. I now add to that the contacts and experience that comes with being a cabinet minister for eight years. Re-electing me ensures we continue to grow and prosper together.

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

I'm proud we have brought more health-care services closer to home. A changing demographic will put new pressures on housing needs in the years ahead. And as always, our local economy is based on a vibrant agricultural sector that requires continued programs to support its growth.

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