Bob Lagassé

PC candidate in the Dawson Trail Southern Manitoba race.

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Public has no right to know identity of unvaccinated Tories: premier

July 14, 2021

Winnipeg Free Press - ...(Selkirk) also did not respond, though he has posted on social media about the importance of getting vaccinated. Meanwhile, Andrew Micklefield and Bob Lagassé have both posted to social media about getting one vaccine dose, but their offices did not respond to multiple queries as to whether they got the...

Indigenous land acknowledgement ‘talked out’ of legislature

May 18, 2021

Winnipeg Free Press - ...Nahanni Fontaine said Monday. The PC caucus said "multiple" Tory MLAs spoke to the motion, including Métis members Alan Lagimodiere (Selkirk) and Bob Lagassé (Dawson Trail), "to share the province’s commitment to advancing reconciliation with Indigenous peoples," spokesperson Delaney Hoeppner said in an...

Summer Youth Employment In The Southeast To Benefit From Provincial Investment

May 5, 2021

Steinbach Online - The constituencies of Dawson Trail and Springfield-Ritchot are among the recipients of a provincial investment announced recently. A Monday news release highlighted the announcement about the $10 million that will go to Urban and Hometown Green Team grants. The funds will then allow communities to hire youth aged 15 to 29 to work on community projects between May 1 and Sept. 30. “These grants represent a strong investment in our youth by helping them get involved in our communities and parks while kick-starting their career prospects,” according to Dawson Trail MLA Bob Lagasse. Anne - $5,177RM of Taché - $14,303Richer Dawson Trail Museum - $4,633The Church at Pine Ridge - $6,812Richer Community Club - $11,986Division scolaire franco-manitobaine - $4,212Seine River School Division - $16,200RM of Ste.

Smook And Lagasse Given Added Responsibilities

December 1, 2019

Steinbach Online - A couple of Members of the Manitoba Legislature from southeastern Manitoba have been assigned some added government responsibilities. MLA Dennis SmookThe MLA for La Verendrye, Dennis Smook of Vita, has been named the Legislative Assistant to Ralph Eichler, the Minister of Economic Development and Training. Premier Brian Pallister has also appointed Smook to the Economic Growth Committee of Cabinet. Meanwhile, Dawson Trail MLA Bob Lagasse of Landmark has been appointed to the Poverty Reduction and Social Inclusion Committee of Cabinet. MLA Bob Lagasse"Their intelligence, drive and vision will serve them well on these important committees as we move Manitoba forward."

All in the family: In a Manitoba Legislature first, daughter of sitting MLA is working as legislative page

October 5, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ... "She's very teachable — I like that," he said. "She's not afraid to ask questions." Annlise Guillemard hands a drink to Dawson Trail MLA Bob Lagassé during question period on Thursday. (Jaison Empson/CBC) Shuttleworth said Annlise wasn't granted any favouritism because of her mother's job, and...

‘Suddenly the balloon pops’: Election campaign defeat can take emotional toll on candidates

September 22, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ...your own party, you feel cast aside. You feel like you aren't wanted." Blair Yakimoski, right, comes in for a hug with Progressive Conservative MLA Bob Lagassé after winning the party nomination for Transcona in June. Yakimoski was the only PC candidate to face a nomination challenge this year. (Ian...

More women, more people of colour but fewer Indigenous MLAs in Manitoba legislature

September 12, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ...Tuesday's election. There were eight Indigenous MLAs after the 2016 election. There are now seven. Métis Tory MLAs Alan Lagimodiere (Selkirk) and Bob Lagassé (Dawson Trail) were re-elected on Tuesday, while Métis PC MLA Collen Mayer was unseated in St....

Après le 10 septembre, une assemblée plus diversifiée | Élections Manitoba 2019

September 11, 2019

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...alors qu’il y en avait 8 avant le déclenchement des élections. Les deux députés conservateurs métis, Alan Lagimodiere (Selkirk) and Bob Lagassé (Chemin Dawson), ont été réélus tandis que Collen Mayer a perdu son siège de Saint-Vital. Dijeet Brar a remporté la circonscription de...

Vote par anticipation aux élections provinciales : mode d’emploi

August 26, 2019

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ... Jake Sacher : Parti libéral du Manitoba Andrew Smith : Parti progressiste-conservateur Chemin Dawson Echo Asher : Nouveau Parti démocratique Bob Lagassé : Parti progressiste-conservateur Robert Rivard : Parti libéral du Manitoba La Vérendrye Erin McGee : Nouveau Parti démocratique Lorena...

Lagasse Getting A Lot Of Positive Feedback

August 26, 2019

Steinbach Online - Bob Lagasse says the experience he has gained over the past three years is a big benefit. "We've got a lot more wisdom than we did the last time. I've lost my bedroom communities over in St. Adolphe, Grand Pointe and Ile des Chenes and gained a lot more agricultural area." He notes he is getting a mostly upbeat response from voters about the work the Conservatives did in the last term. "We've been out and about and hearing, at the doors, a lot of positive feedback about the changes that have been occurring under our government.