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Tuesday April 9, 2024: 6:30 pm (CST) Guest: Rick Dignard, Independent BC

🌟 Join us for an Exciting MST Tuesday Zoom Call with Guest Speaker Rick Dignard from Independent BC! 🌟 We're thrilled to announce our upcoming Tuesday Zoom call on April 9, 2024, at 6:30 pm Winnipeg time, featuring a special guest speaker: Rick Dignard from Independent BC. Get ready for an enlightening discussion as Rick shares insights from his work with Independent BC, a passionate initiative dedicated to empowering voters and reshaping the electoral landscape in British Columbia.

Click on the Image above to join the Zoom Meeting on Tuesday at 6:30 pm CST

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Independent BC's mission is clear: to educate voters about the electoral process and promote independent candidates for election as Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) across BC. Their focus on independent candidates represents a bold step towards revitalizing democracy and giving communities a voice that truly reflects their needs and aspirations.

Founded in response to staggering voter disengagement in the 2020 provincial election, Independent BC is committed to reinvigorating faith in the democratic process. With over 1.5 million voters abstaining from casting their ballots, it's evident that many citizens feel disenfranchised by a system that no longer represents them. Independent BC aims to change that by offering a 'new way to vote' and empowering communities to recruit independent candidates who truly prioritize their interests.

During our Zoom call, Rick Dignard will shed light on Independent BC's initiatives, including their efforts to educate voters, assist communities in selecting independent candidates, and provide valuable guidance to aspiring MLAs. His insights will undoubtedly inspire us to explore alternative avenues for political engagement and consider the vital role of independent voices in shaping our democratic future.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn from Rick Dignard and gain valuable insights into the transformative work of Independent BC. Whether you're a seasoned political activist or someone looking to make a difference in your community, this Zoom call is for you!

Join us on Tuesday, April 9, 2024, at 6:30 pm Winnipeg time, and be part of the conversation that's shaping the future of democracy in British Columbia and beyond.

See you there!

📅 Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2024 🕡 Time: 6:30 PM Central Time 📍 Location: Zoom provided

Let's come together as a community to explore the issues that matter most to us and chart a path forward toward a stronger, more prosperous Canada. See you there!


This Weeks Agenda

  1. Intro and Welcome to the MST Zoom Meeting (1 min)

    1. The meeting has a 60 minute time length

    2. We only Video Record Guest Presentation

    3. Respectful atmosphere at all times

    4. Guest speakers represent their own perspective, not necessarily the opinion os MST

    5. We provide an opportunity for diverse opinions

    6. Our meetings are intended to inform and to create community

  2. Welcome (New Members) (1 min)

  3. News From the Week (9 Min)

    1. Video from Last Two Weeks Zoom is now online on our Video page:

    2. Social Media Feed Sharing!

    3. Twitter Feed: @MBStronger

    4. School Trustee Bi-election in Louis Riel School Division June 6, 2024 Ward 1

  4. Update on Politicians Invite to Present to MST (1 min)

    1. Ken to explain the program

    2. There is a page on our website that you can go and check, if you like you can send the letter to your MLA. Email me and I will send the template.

    3. We are now complete, and are waiting for responses

    4. More to Come this week!

  5. Presentation by Rick Dignard (35 min)

    1. What their organization is all about and what they are doing.

    2. How you can help

    3. Questions

  6. Upcoming Speakers (1 min)

    1. Patrick Allard, April 16, 2024, One Man's Fight Housing Crisis

    2. Ken Drysdale, April 23, 2024, MST Updates

    3. Jeff Colvin, April 30, 2024 Alleged Corruption in Municipal Politics

    4. Lisa Miron, May 7, 2024 Digital Gulag

  7. Upcoming Events for this Week (5 Min)

    1. Jenn Allstar - Update News from the legislature

    2. Stronger Together Conference update - Chairperson Rosalie Drysdale | Need Volunteers to assist during the conference. |

      1. Website Page:

      2. Location: Brokenhead Community Centre; Beausejour, Manitoba,

      3. Promo Video Updated:

      4. New Updated Conference Poster, (Thank you Joseph Roberts!) See Below and our Events Page

      5. Information packages going out this week.

  8. Wins of the Week (4)

    1. #1 Pick of the week Arbitrator Jasbir Parmar has ruled that two hospital employees who were terminated by Humber River Hospital in Toronto for refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine were wrongfully terminated. Parmar outlined in her ruling that the hospital initially implemented a vaccine policy aligned with the provincial mandate, permitting unvaccinated hospital employees to undergo regular COVID testing. However, Humber River Hospital exceeded the provincial mandate by eliminating this option in December 2021. Instead, the hospital opted to permit only fully vaccinated individuals and those with documented medical exemptions to continue working. It was the employees union who stepped in to defend the two part-time clerical employees Stacy Hughes and Marisol Sanchez.

    2. #2 Pick of the week  Four days later after Sean's first Pfizer shot his dad says he developed “brown circles around his eyes, a rash, vomiting, an extremely sore shoulder, opposite to his injection shoulder” and was taken to the emergency department. According to Dan the doctor at the emergency department did not do any blood work, a D-dimer or troponin test and says his son was just given a pain reliever for his shoulder and sent home. Thirty-three days after Sean's first Pfizer shot, he was found dead on the floor beside his bed. An autopsy was performed, and the pathologist determined that Sean’s cause of death was "unascertained," meaning an inability to determine a specific cause. Following the VISP denial, Dan sought a second opinion from U.S. pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole, who determined that Sean’s cause of death was from spike protein from the Covid-19 vaccine in his adrenal glands.

    3.  #3 Pick of the week

After years of delays, court challenges and public antipathy, the government-owned Trans Mountain expansion will come into service effective May 1, documents on its website show. Trans Mountain, which was bought by the federal government in 2018, is Canada's only oil outlet to the West Coast. The expansion will improve the line’s capacity by 590,000 barrels per day to a total of 890,000 barrels per day, improving access to export markets for Canadian crude by a corresponding amount. On Wednesday, the company said it had successfully completed the pipe pullback on a section between Hope and Chilliwack BC, representing one of the last completed segments of the 1,200-km line between Edmonton and the Lower Mainland.

Open Discussion, Ken Calls On You (3)


Stronger Together Conference news


Vist our Events Page for more Information:

Please join on time, we start and finish on time.

Usually I am in the chat ten minutes before the start of the meeting!


Information for First Timers!


Unite and Ignite: Join us for our Engaging Tuesday Evening Gathering!

At Manitoba Stronger Together, we deeply value our members' time and commitment to our cause. As a testament to this respect, we have made a dedicated effort to keep our weekly Tuesday evening meetings strictly to 60 minutes.

We understand the importance of balancing civic engagement with other responsibilities in our members' lives. By efficiently utilizing this time, we ensure that each minute spent in the meeting is productive, purposeful, and impactful. Our commitment to maintaining a concise and engaging gathering exemplifies our dedication to empowering our community without imposing unnecessary burdens on our valued members. Together, we maximize the value of each moment, propelling our mission forward and creating a united front for a stronger and prosperous Manitoba.


What You Can Expect at Our Meetings?

1. Warm Welcomes and Introductions:

Our meetings begin with warm smiles and enthusiastic introductions, as new faces join familiar ones. The spirit of camaraderie and shared purpose fills the air, reminding us of the power of coming together as one.

2. Update on Progress:

The leadership team shares the latest developments within our organization. We are elated to report significant growth in our membership numbers, reaffirming our belief in the importance of responsible governance and community empowerment.

3. A Dynamic Guest Speaker:

Each evening we welcome a special guest speaker who speaks to our membership about topics that are of special interest. Their expertise sheds light on critical issues affecting our province, urging us to keep striving for a better tomorrow.

Do you know someone who would be a great guest speaker? Email us with the name and contact information.

4. Open Dialogue and Discussion:

One of the highlights of the evening is the lively and engaging discussion that follows the guest presentation. Members actively share their insights, opinions, and ideas on pressing subjects that demand our attention. Through respectful dialogue, we reinforce the importance of transparent communication and active civic participation. Remember our 60 minute Deadline! If you cannot speak this week, there is always next, and you can contact us by email through the website.

5. Building Solidarity:

Throughout these meetings, the sense of solidarity is encouraged, fuelling our commitment to fostering a united Manitoba. We discovered that, like the bison herds that once roamed freely, our collective strength lies in standing together, unyielding in the face of challenges.

6. Embracing the Road Ahead:

With each meeting you will feel your spirit soar with the knowledge that we are on the right path. Together, we are building a movement that empowers citizens and redefines the political landscape. The journey may be challenging, but we stand unwavering, ready to create a brighter future for our beloved province.

Join Us Next Tuesday, and every Tuesday:

We extend a heartfelt invitation to all citizens who share our vision of responsible governance, community empowerment, and unity. Our Tuesday regular meetings are more than just gatherings; they are catalysts for positive change.


Exciting news at Manitoba Stronger Together!

We have recently added a dynamic "Schedule of Events" section on our homepage (bottom of page), where you can conveniently review and stay updated on our upcoming guest speakers and other important gatherings. This schedule serves as your go-to resource for planning your engagement with our community.

While we are diligently working on optimizing the schedule for mobile devices, we encourage you to view it on a desktop or tablet for the best experience.

Together, we look forward to exploring a multitude of impactful events that unite us in our mission for responsible governance and community empowerment. Mark your calendars, and let's embark on this journey together!

We can also use this schedule to update members on upcoming events that our membership may be participating in.


What Our Logo Means

The logo for Manitoba Stronger Together incorporates elements that symbolize unity, community, and the strength of the bison.

  1. Bison Icon: Is a silhouette of a stylized representation of a bison, symbolizing strength, resilience, and unity. The bison is depicted in a side stance, representing progress and moving together as a community.

  2. The vertical stripes: represent that the movement includes all people from all walks of life, all beliefs and all political affiliations.

  3. The Horizontal Connecting Lines: across the bison represent the connections and interdependence of community members, emphasizing the concept of being stronger together.

  4. Blue Tones: The blue in the logo design represents growth, harmony, and the natural beauty of Manitoba's landscapes.

  5. Dynamic Font: We choose a strong and modern bold font for the organization's name "Manitoba Stronger Together" to convey a sense of confidence and forward-thinking.


Let us continue to unite, ignite our passions, and work towards building a stronger and united Manitoba. Together, we will shape the future we want and deserve.

Keep an eye out for our next meeting announcement, and let us walk this transformative journey as one!

Stay united, stay empowered, and stay strong!

In solidarity,

The Manitoba Stronger Together Team

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