Some people have been asking questions about my profession and how it impacts my life as being a councillor. I’d like to share with you about my excellent career and how working for Via Rail Canada makes me an even better member of council.
Hello Friends! Last May you elected me in the by-election to join the Council, and I am grateful for the opportunity. The past year and a half serving the people has been both challenging and rewarding. I am proud to announce my intention to stand for Councillor of the Local Government District of Pinawa onceContinue reading “Election 2022: Setting Sail”
I believe that as a society we should not squander resources and trash the environment for future people. We must strive to live in a way that allows future generations to live sustainable, prospersous, and healthy lives.
Regular exercise is a key part of maintaining physical, mental, and emotional health. A society that is physically active will be healthier. I believe that being an active is a critical public goal and is crucial for a healthy, happy, and prosperous community.
Hi Friends, Tonight is the Pinawa CDC AGM! 18:30 (6:30pm) at the W.B. Lewis Business Centre, 24 Aberdeen. I will be speaking about Tourism, and the preliminary findings of our UofM researchers. Renew your CDC membership ($10) and you will be able to vote nominees to the Board of Directors! See you soon, Michael PinawaContinue reading “Speaking Tonight at Pinawa Community Development Corporation AGM”
For over 100 years, Lions have been changing lives and making the world a better place for all. Local communities depend on their clubs because we are trusted friends and neighbors who have a history of putting others first, and the Lions International name and legacy inspires trust.
We had been hearing about it for days. All the talk at work was about the incoming storm coming up from the States. A massive Colorado Low that would likely dump the largest single amount of snow in decades…
I believe that people have the right to affordable housing. The old ways of urban sprawl will not serve cities in the future. We need to build dynamic, vibrant, walkable communties on a human scale.
CBC Gem produced a documentary on Forest Schools in Manitoba and features Pinawa and F.W. Gilbert School. This type of programming is very attractive to many young families. My daughter, Emma, was in Forest School last year at F.W. Gilbert and she had a great experience. What an amazing introduction into school! This year there are 19 kids enrolled!!
Dear Dog Citizens, Over the past few months I have had the chance to speak with and pet many of you. Dogs fulfill a special role in our community. They say that a dog is a man’s best friend, and I know that to be true, because I was lucky enough to have an amazingContinue reading “Dog Park”