Gord Mackintosh

2011 Manitoba Election Archive

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St. Johns

Incumbent since 1993

Gord mackintosh

Gord Mackintosh incumbent

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Political Party: NDP

Phone: (204) 582-2844

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News that Mentions Gord Mackintosh

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Province launches new fiveyear autism strategy

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Family Services and Consumer Affairs Minister Gord Mackintosh and Education Minister Nancy Allan announced funding for the first four initiatives Tuesday: about $1 million annually. Just under $600000 will go to applied behaviour analysis (ABA) for ...

Province launches autism support plan

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - One of its main aims is to provide support to adults with autism, since the bulk of funding goes currently to children. Family Services and Consumer Affairs Minister Gord Mackintosh, who made the announcement along with Education Minister Nancy Allan, ...

Carrepair legislation eyed by province

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - ... is looking for feedback on what steps it can take in the next few months to craft legislation to protect the province's 770000 licensed drivers from getting ripped off on car-repair bills, Consumer Affairs Minister Gord Mackintosh said Monday. ...

Questionnaire Response

Gord Mackintosh - St. Johns

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

To continue to serve and help strengthen the families in the neighborhoods I love. I also enjoy the hard work that my constituents expect and deserve.

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

St. Johns will be best served by an experienced MLA in a strong and steady government. We need proven, energetic representation to get our fair share and help when we need it.

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

Further crime reduction, more doctors, strong Seven Oaks Hospital, greater opportunities for youth, and affordability.

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