Jennifer Howard

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Fort Rouge

Incumbent since 2007

Jennifer howard

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Political Party: NDP

Phone: (204) 284-5331

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NDP denies Tories' bid for emergency flood session

Friday, 08 July 2011

Brandon Sun - New Democratic Party house leader Jennifer Howard said there was little reason to recall the legislature now, as she said McFadyen's request was a political stunt to gain headlines. "The only reason I can tell that Mr. McFadyen would want the ...

Red River Floodway gates opened

Friday, 08 July 2011

Carman Valley Leader - The NDP government's house leader, Jennifer Howard, said flood committees and briefings have kept the Opposition up to speed and charged that McFadyen's request could slow mitigation efforts and financial aid programs. "This is about the Tories trying ...

Tories and NDP sniping at each other over flood fight

Friday, 08 July 2011

CJOB - Jennifer Howard says the government remains committed to fighting the flood and helping people get compensated for damage _ none of which requires the legislature to be sitting. McFadyen tells CJOB the legislature needs to make sure that plans to spend ...

Jointfire plan announced

Tuesday, 05 July 2011

Portage Daily Graphic - The agreement will increase fire-protection and prevention capacity for all 63 First Nations in Manitoba, said Labour and Immigration Minister Jennifer Howard, minister responsible for the Office of the Fire Commissioner.?Howard made the announcement ...

Employers will have to report violent incidents in workplace

Monday, 04 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS archives Labour Minister Jennifer Howard says employers must step up to the plate to protect workers from violence. All Manitoba employers will now have to report annually on all violent incidents in their workplace, ...

Political summer is cooking

Monday, 04 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - "It's going to be a busy couple of months for all of us who are hoping to get elected in October," said Jennifer Howard, the province's labour and immigration minister by day and Fort Rouge NDP candidate in the evening and on weekends. ...

Province pushes for more newcomers

Saturday, 02 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - MANITOBA'S minister of labour and immigration, Jennifer Howard, meets with her federal counterpart in Ottawa early next week to push her case for more immigrants to settle in the province. Howard said her meeting with Jason Kenney, ...

Manitoba launches firefighting review

Thursday, 30 June 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - "I'm not going to tell you that we've got the answer to solve all of the historic issues and problems in First Nation communities," Labour Minister Jennifer Howard said. "We know that our success in large part is going to depend on a strong role for ...

Questionnaire Response

Jennifer Howard - Fort Rouge

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

I am running because I believe that working with Manitobans, our government is building a Manitoba that has more opportunities for everyone. I also love working with people who want to make a difference in their community!

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

I have worked hard since 2007 with residents in Fort Rouge to build new child care spaces, invest in local schools, create programs to help seniors live independently and to make our neighbourhoods safer. The people I have met in Fort Rouge have great ideas to make their communities better places to live, and I want to keep working with them to achieve these goals.

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

Health care, infrastructure, safety and privatization of Manitoba Hydro.

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