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Volume 137 Issue 44 Friday, January 10, 2020 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

Mazier Named Deputy


Shadow Minister of Hit The Slopes This Winter
Environment
and Climate Change

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SUBMITTED Photos by Karen Mitchell

L ocal Member of Parliament, Dan Mazier, has been


named the Official Opposition’s Deputy Shadow
Minister for Environment and Climate Change. Mazier
Whether it’s skiing
or snowboarding,
Ski Valley is the place
accepted the appointment with excitement and enthu- to be this winter!
siasm. “It is a privilege to take on this new responsibil-
ity and to know that I can contribute to bringing forth
ideas and perspectives to environmental policies that
reflect what works for all Canadians and not in a way
that unfairly impacts rural Canada,” stated Mazier.
O ne of Minnedosa’s
greatest winter tour-
ist attractions, Ski Valley,
The opposition parties have a tradition of naming is now open for another
various individuals to key portfolios to hold the corre- season!
sponding government ministers to account and to help Indviduals of all ages
form better policy. Formerly, known as ‘Critics’, the and families spent time
Conservative Party now follows British Parliamentary on the slopes over the
language in calling these individuals ‘Shadow Minis- Christmas holiday season
ters’ and ‘Deputy Shadow Ministers’. As a result of his refamiliarizing themselves
new responsibility, Mazier will also hold a seat on the with the awesome down-
Standing Committee on Environment which studies hill skiing and snowboard- structors, equipment rent- have never been on skiis, again this weekend. For
the programs and legislation of Environment Canada ing slopes Ski Valley offers. als and delicious food and consider heading out to Ski more information call
and Parks Canada, something that Mazier looks for- This longtime lo- beverages in the chalet! Valley this season. It’s just 204-867-3509, check out
ward to as a representative with Riding Mountain Na- cal attraction offers nine Whether you are a a short drive form town. skivalley.ca and watch for
tional Park in his riding. runs from beginners to long-time experienced The local slopes are updates on their facebook
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