WORKING HARD FOR YOU
Sending A Message
Massive cuts to our health care system by the PC government have left our system underfunded and understaffed, and the situation has been made much worse since COVID-19. The PCs are even cutting funding to our education system that our future generations depend on.
After seeing all of this, I couldn’t stand on the sidelines any longer, so I decided it’s time to do what I’ve always done – make a difference.
WINNING FOR YOU
Manitobans Deserve Better
I have joined the Manitoba Liberal Party because they are the only party that will fight fair for what we know is best to Manitoba; fixing what was done and focusing on what we need going forward.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused considerable hardship for so many of us, but it has also shown us what matters most: family, friends, community and a sense of purpose. I will continue to be guided by these values as we move forward.
I will focus on our priorities for Fort Whyte and for all Manitobans as we begin together the important work of getting back on track. My promise to you is that I will focus on the priorities that matter the most to you: making life more affordable, supporting local businesses, and improving our health care and education systems.
MY COMMITMENTS TO YOU
I WILL FIGHT FOR YOU
My number one health priority is improving access to quality health care for everyone in Manitoba.
We need to recruit and retain more health care professionals, reopen emergency rooms and diagnostic clinics, and invest in new technologies and treatments.
I will fight for policies that support our local businesses, including reducing red tape and making it easier to get started.
I will also invest in infrastructure projects that will create jobs that support local businesses and fight to lower taxes to incentivize hard work and entrepreneurship.
I will work to improve our education system by increasing funding for schools, hiring more teachers, and expanding student supports.
I will also work to make post–secondary education more affordable and fight for teachers so that they won‘t have to pay for supplies out of their own pockets.
We know that there is a long-term care crisis looming in Manitoba, and we need to take action now. We need to appoint an independent seniors advocate to review the system, make recommendations, and speak on behalf of seniors.
I will fight for provide increased hours of specialized care, and make sure that seniors are given a say in how these changes will be implemented.
I am a father and have 10 grandchildren, so I understand the challenges, frustrations and celebrations that come with raising kids.
I believe strongly that we need to invest in our children and their future. This riding has some of the best schools in Manitoba, but our children are still facing too many challenges.
Reducing personal income taxes would make Manitoba a more competitive place to do business. We need to attract new businesses and investment to our province, which will help grow the economy and create more jobs.
If there are more jobs here, there will be more taxpayers; if there are more taxpayers, then we can afford to reduce personal income taxes even further. This would be good for taxpayers and good for the economy as a whole.