Government Concludes Fall Legislative Session, Focused on Protecting Manitobans, Advancing Manitoba (News Release) – “The fall sitting of the third session of the 42nd legislature has concluded, having completed the final stages of implementing Budget 2021 and passing important legislation to protect and improve the services Manitobans rely on, Premier and government house leader Kelvin Goertzen announced today.”
Bill 76 The Coat of Arms, Emblems and the Manitoba Tartan Amendment Act – amends The Coat of Arms, Emblems and the Manitoba Tartan Act to add the polar bear as one of the designated mammal emblems of Manitoba. The plains bison was previously designated in 2014.
Bill 77 The Appropriation Act, 2021
Bill 78 The Loan Act, 2021
Bill 241 The Consumer Protection Amendment and Farm Machinery and Equipment Amendment Act (Right to Repair — Vehicles and Other Equipment) – amends The Consumer Protection Act and The Farm Machinery and Equipment Act. A manufacturer must make the items necessary to maintain and repair its vehicle, farm equipment and machinery available to purchasers and repair businesses at a reasonable price. If a manufacturer does not make the necessary items available, the manufacturer must replace the vehicle, farm equipment or machinery at no charge or refund the purchase price.
|Chapter||Title (provisions)||Date in force||Date signed||Proclamation|
|SM 2021, c. 30||The Reducing Red Tape and Improving Services Act, 2020 (sections 20 and 22 to 24)||18 Oct 2021||13 Oct 2021||Proclamation|
|SM 2021, c. 40||The Court Practice and Administration Act (Various Acts Amended) (Part 2)||15 Oct 2021||13 Oct 2021||Proclamation|
|SM 2021, c. 40||The Court Practice and Administration Act (Various Acts Amended) (Parts 1 and 3)||1 Jan 2022||13 Oct 2021||Proclamation|