Manitoba Government Introduces Legislative Amendments that would Enhance Safety of Combative Sport Participants May 17, 2023 – The Manitoba government is introducing Bill 40, the Combative Sports Act, to expand the mandate of the Manitoba Combative Sport Commission (MCSC) which would enhance the safety of combative sport participants at all levels, Sport, Culture and Heritage Minister Obby Khan announced today.
Changes to King’s Bench Rules – New amendment to the rules dealing with family matters, as well as probate and estate matters, have been approved. See regulations 37/2023, 38/2023, and 39/2023 for full details.
Fifth Session, 42nd Legislature
- 39 The Residential Tenancies Amendment Act (3) – amends The Residential Tenancies Act to list examples of information or evidence that the director may consider in an application to evict a tenant for unlawful activity.
- 40 The Combative Sports Amendment Act – This Bill expands the Commission’s mandate to include licensing and regulating amateur combative sports that the Lieutenant Governor in Council has designated.
- 7 The Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Control Amendment Act
- 10 The Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Control Amendment Act (Social Responsibility Fee Repealed)
- 16 The Domestic Violence and Stalking Amendment Act
- 21 The Highway Traffic Amendment Act
- 22 The Emergency Measures Amendment Act
- 23 The Vulnerable Persons Living with a Mental Disability Amendment Act
- 25 The Workers Compensation Amendment Act (Wildfire Firefighters)
- 27 The Intimate Image Protection Amendment Act
- 29 The Life Leases Amendment Act
- 31 The Animal Care Amendment Act (2)
- 32 An Act respecting Child and Family Services (Indigenous Jurisdiction and Related Amendments)
- 35 The Education Administration Amendment Act (Teacher Certification and Professional Conduct)
- 36 The Fair Registration Practices in Regulated Professions Amendment Act
- 38 The Builders’ Liens Amendment Act (Prompt Payment)
- 214 The Ecological Reserves Amendment Act (Ecological Corridors) – “This Bill amends The Ecological Reserves Act to allow for the creation of an ecological corridor system.”
- 233 The Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Act – “This Bill establishes The Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Act. Title reservation and self-governing authority are provided to members of the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Manitoba.”
- 241 The Mandatory Training for Provincial Employees (Systemic Racism and Human Rights) Act – “This Bill requires provincial employees to complete an annual training program that aims to eliminate systemic racism and to advance understanding of human rights.”
- 242 The Police and Peace Officers’ Memorial Day Act (Commemoration of Days, Weeks and Months Act Amended) – “This Bill amends The Commemoration of Days, Weeks and Months Act. November 30 of each year is proclaimed as Police and Peace Officers’ Memorial Day.”
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