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Tuesday June 11, 2024: 6:30 pm (CST) Guest: Sandra Saint-Cyr Recap Election

We are thrilled to announce that our upcoming Manitoba Stronger Together Tuesday Zoom call will feature two distinguished guest speakers: Sandra Saint-Cyr and Mr. Ken Lee. Join us for an enlightening session that promises to be both informative and empowering!

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Meet Our Guest Speakers

Sandra Saint-Cyr

Sandra Saint-Cyr recently ran in the school trustee by-election for the Louis Riel School Division on June 6, 2024. With a longstanding commitment to education, Sandra's campaign focused on several key issues:

  • Parental Engagement: Sandra pledged to connect with parents through regular and meaningful dialogue. She aimed to create a parent advisory group for consultation and attend PAC meetings across the division regularly.

  • Policy Representation: Sandra committed to representing parents in creating policies that reflect student and family priorities, ensuring that core education remains a focal point for students.

Sandra's dedication to education and family is evident from her extensive experience in various educational roles and her active involvement in the community. Her campaign emphasized the importance of parental rights in education, advocating for parents to have a significant voice in the decision-making process within schools.


Sandra's commitment to parental rights stems from a belief that parents are the primary educators of their children. She argued that schools should work collaboratively with families to create an environment where students can thrive academically and personally. By empowering parents, Sandra aimed to foster a more inclusive and responsive educational system.


Mr. Ken Lee

We are also honored to have Mr. Ken Lee join us.


Election Highlights and Media Influence

The June 6 by-election saw a very low voter turnout, reflecting the community's disinterest and engagement in selecting their school trustees. In addition, the election process and outcomes were not without controversy. Media outlets, including the Winnipeg Free Press, published several articles that some viewed as slanted and prejudicial against Sandra Saint-Cyr. These articles highlighted the challenges posed by legacy media in influencing public opinion and election outcomes.


For more detailed information on Sandra's campaign, visit her website.


Despite a spirited campaign, Sandra finished second with 430 votes out of a total of 2,414 ballots cast, resulting in a voter turnout of 9.47%​ (City of Winnipeg)​​ (City of Winnipeg)​.


The by-election saw Ian Walker elected as the new school trustee with 1,554 votes. Despite Sandra's strong campaign, media coverage often portrayed her positions and candidacy in a biased light. Articles from local outlets like the Winnipeg Free Press exhibited a slanted perspective, potentially influencing public opinion and voter behavior. This underscores the significant impact of media narratives on elections and highlights the need for fair and balanced reporting.


Why You Should Attend

This session offers a unique opportunity to hear from individuals deeply involved in educational advocacy and political activism. Whether you are passionate about parental rights, educational policies, or understanding the broader impacts of media on elections, this discussion will provide valuable insights.


How to Join

👉 Zoom Link: [Insert Zoom link here]

Mark your calendars and join us for what promises to be a dynamic and thought-provoking evening. We look forward to seeing you there!


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 "Jam Packed" 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. Social Media Reminders

    1. Video from Last Weeks Zoom is now online on our Video page: https://www.manitobastrongertogether.ca/video

    2. New Video About MST Conference: https://www.youtube.com/live/mEczatMuCE0?si=BRAmU_4DaQ0Z4kZp

    3. New video About MST Conference: https://fb.watch/rUAG6-dqNI/

    4. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ken.drysdale

    5. Twitter Feed: @MBStronger

    6. Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/TheTrueFactsC19

    7. Tik Tok: mbstrongertogether

  4. Presentation by Debra Saint-Cyr (20 min)

    1. What has happened in the June 6, 2024 By-Election

    2. How you can help

    3. Questions

  5. Upcoming Speakers (1 min)

    1. Ken Drysdale, June 18, 2024 - Final Meeting Before the Conference

  6. Upcoming Events for this Week (30 Min)

    1. NCI in Regina

    2. Stronger Together Conference update - Chairperson Rosalie Drysdale

      1. Need On Site Volunteers to assist during the conference.

      2. Rebel News has come on board as a supporter, and will particiapte.

      3. We have 6 information tables left

      4. We are still looking for short 2 minute videos from other groups

      5. We need sponsors!

      6. We need people who are wiling to Billet delegates, speakers

      7. Tickets are on sale from our website and through Eventbrite.com

      8. If you buy a one day pass, you can use it on any day of your choosing

      9. We will be sending all members a press kit that they should share.

      10. Shadoe Davis is hosting the "Panel Talks"

      11. Five Panel Talks with leading expert from around the country, topics include:

        1. Panel One Reclaiming Our Education System: Empowering Parents and Communities

        2. Panel Two.  Litigating for Liberty: Legal Challenges to Government Overreach

        3. Panel Three:  Navigating the Media Landscape: Communicating Our Message in a Hostile Environment:

        4. Panel Four Building Resilient Communities: Grassroots Activism and Local Solutions

        5. Panel 5:   Safeguarding Our Food Supply: Government Actions Putting Our Food Supply at Risk

      12. Key Note Speakers have been annouced: It will be an intimate discussion with DeVaughn & Gal Harper.

      13. WE are now annoucning that Dr. Mark Trozzi and Dr. Bill Coat will be jointing us on Satruday night.

      14. Guests and Panel Hosts are being announced on website, updates coming daily

      15. Website Page: https://www.manitobastrongertogether.ca/live-events

      16. Location: Brokenhead Community Centre; Beausejour, Manitoba, https://www.bing.com/maps?osid=5af6226d-6da1-41ee-85d9-c43810ad5c76&cp=50.053157~-96.512618&lvl=16&pi=0&v=2&sV=2&form=S00027

      17. Promo Video Updated: https://rumble.com/v4nw7sw-stronger-together-conference-june-21-22-23-2024-promo-one.html

      18. Information packages are continuing to be sent our by our intrepid volunteers.

      19. Demo of the Conference Assistant. https://chatgpt.com/g/g-su5K6aCKj-stronger-together-conference-assistant

      20. We sent out information kits to each of the participants concerning panel operations and media access

      21. Here is a copy of the Press Kit for you to Download: https://www.manitobastrongertogether.ca/_files/ugd/533a51_f8dcd8f9aaa640259a716cb3c8f0b169.pdf

    3. NCI New Hearings took place in Regina this past week.

      1. https://rumble.com/c/NCIClips

    4. I will have 30 copies of Volumes 1 & 2 of the NCI Report available for sale at the conference, $60.00 including GST for the set. That is $5 off retail price, I will be avaialable to autograph them as well.

  7. Wins of the Week (4)

    1. #1 Pick of the week The FLCCC Alliance(Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance) has just announced their launch of a new medical journal. It is called the Journal of the FLCCC Alliance and “will publish crucial scientific research and insights from leading experts worldwide, and cover critical, often-under-reported topics of growing concern in the medical community.” & will not "accept funding from pharmaceutical companies or governmental agencies” Many people would be aghast if they knew how many medical journals accept massive amounts of advertising dollars from big pharma, which has proven to be an unmanageable conflict of interest. https://viralimmunologist.substack.com/p/flccc-alliance-launches-new-independent?

    2. #2 Pick of the week the Western Standard covering a presentation by Dr Jessica Rose at the NCI hearings held in Saskatchewan,  where she stated that the Vaccine Harms have been understated.  The timing on this article was perfect, as it becomes a conflict with the appointment of Dr Joss Reimer (from Mb) as President to the Canadian Medical Association that "denies" that people with vaccine injuries exist.  If Dr Reimer can be believed, one has to question why the VISP (Vaccine Injury Support Program) created by the Federal Government ensured that the latest budget accounted for a considerable bump up to the fund of $36 million.

    3.  #3 Pick of the week the Connecticut Centennial publishing a BMJ (British Medical Journal) report showing that excess mortality has remained high for the last three consecutive years — despite COVID-19 lockdown measures and COVID-19 vaccines as concluded by the authors of a peer-reviewed study published Monday.  It is just more proof that the narrative is changing and being admitted by the Professionals, which we "common" people have maintained all along. While the story broke in the UK & US, mainstream media and Government remain silent on the issue here in Canada. Have a wonderful week everyone. 

  8. General Discussion, Ken Calls on You. (3 min)

 

Stronger Together Conference news

Updated

Vist our Events Page for more Information: https://www.manitobastrongertogether.ca/live-events




Conference Schedule:

Friday, June 21, 2024

  • 12:00 pm:     Booth Set Up for Registered Organizations

  •   3:00 pm:    Delegates Registration

  •   5:30 pm:    Welcome Delegates; Rosalie Drysdale; Dinner Service Start

  •   6:10 pm:     Program Kicks off with Special Video Presentation with Theme Song: "People Get Ready"

  •   6:30 pm:    Opening Remarks: Ken Drysdale

  •   7:10 pm:      Delegate Meet & Greet, Live Music with James Creasey, Bar Service

  •   8:15 pm:      Wrap Up and Good Night

  •   8:30 pm:        Closing 

 

Saturday, June 22, 2024

  • 8:00  am:     Continental Breakfast

  • 9:00 am:     Welcome to Delegates; Chris Riddell

  • 9:15 am:      Panel One

​                          Reclaiming Our Education System: Empowering Parents and Communities:

                          Moderated: Shadoe Davis

  • 10:45 am:     Coffee / Visit organization Info Booths

  • 11:00 am:      Frontline Perspectives: Insights from Freedom Leaders 10 Speakers x 10 mins Each

  • 12:40 pm:     Lunch Service / Mix Mingle / Visit Booths

  • 1:30 pm:       Panel Two

                           Litigating for Liberty: Legal Challenges to Government Overreach:

                           Moderated: Shadoe Davis

  • 3:00 pm:       Coffee / Visit organization Info Booths

  • 3:15 pm:      Panel Three:

                           Navigating the Media Landscape:

                           Communicating Our Message in a Hostile Environment:

                           Moderated: Shadoe Davis

  • 4:45 pm:      Breakout Time: Mix & Mingle, Visit organization Info booths, bar open

  • 5:45 pm:      Buffet Dinner Start (Live Music)

  • 6:45 pm:   Keynote Speakers: Meghan, DeVaughn & Gal Harper;

  •                     The Story of Garnet Harper, With Commentary by Dr. Mark Trozzi & Dr. Bill Code

                           A Canadian Hero, A Canadian Tragedy, Justice Denied

  • 7:30 pm:       Delegate Meet & Greet, Live Music (Walle Larson), Bar Service

  • 8:15 pm:       Wrap Up and Good Night

  • 8:30 pm:      Closing 

Sunday, June 23, 2024

  • 8:00  am:     Continental Breakfast

  • 8:30 am:      Sunday Morning Devotional: Emilie Carothers - Smith (optional)

  • 9:00 am:      Welcome to Delegates

  • 9:15 am:       Panel Four

                            Building Resilient Communities: Grassroots Activism and Local Solutions

                            Moderated: Shadoe Davis

  • 10:45 am:     Coffee / Visit organization Info Booths

  • 11:00 am:      Panel Five

                              Safeguarding Our Food Supply: Government Actions Putting Our Food Supply at Risk

                           Moderated: Shadoe Davis

  • 11:45 am:      Panel 6

                           Ensuring a Prosperous Future: An Intimate Conversation

                           Moderated: Shadoe Davis

  • 12:00 pm:     Lunch Service / Mix Mingle / Visit Booths

  • 2:00 pm.      Official Closing of Events, Farewell to Delegates

Note:  Final Agenda Subject to Change, Please Visit This Page Often for Updates.

Current List of Organizations with Information Booths (20 total available):


WE NEED YOU TO BE A PART OF THIS HISTORIC CONFERENCE.

VOLUNTEER NOW!!!!







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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