What We Heard

30 Jun 2020

On June 11, 2020, the Manitoba government introduced a preliminary draft of the third phase of the Restoring Safe Services Plan.

The draft plan for restoring services in Phase Three built on measures introduced in the first two phases of Restoring Safe Services: Manitoba’s Pandemic and Economic Roadmap for Recovery and set out evidence-based plans to ease public health measures put in place to address the COVID-19 pandemic.

In total, 5,379 people provided feedback on the third phase through a survey between June 11 and June 21. The top five areas of interest included education and the post-secondary sector, health care, the public service, the recreation, cultural and tourism sector, the child care sector and the restaurant/food service sector. The results of that survey are available at:
Phase Three Survey Results
Phase Two and Phase Three Comparison
Phase Three Telephone Town Hall - Participation and Poll Question Results

In addition, a survey asking for feedback from students and parents on the School Re-entry Plan was launched June 12 and was open for feedback until June 21. In total, 7,000 student submissions and 30,538 parent submissions were received. The results are available at:
Student Results
Parent Results

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