Honoured to Serve the Fort Richmond Community

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Vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

See current information and eligibility and book your vaccination appointment.


Click here to go to ProtectMB.ca

or phone 1-844-626-8222.

 

About Sarah Guillemard

Sarah is a community activist and long-time Fort Richmond resident.

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A graduate of Fort Richmond Collegiate, Sarah has lived in Fort Richmond for over 30 years.  She is proudly raising her family in the same vibrant, caring neighbourhood in which she grew up. 


Sarah has been a tireless community advocate whose efforts have benefitted families in the community and throughout Winnipeg.


Sarah’s belief that parents should be active participants in decisions that affect their children’s education compelled her to take the lead in working with the Pembina Trails School Division to address timely issues.  In recognition of her outstanding achievements, Sarah received the Parent Council Recognition Award from the Manitoba Association of Parent Councils in 2010.


Sarah also believes in welcoming those who are new to Canada. Living overseas with her husband and young family gave her an appreciation for the difficulty facing newcomers with a language barrier. This led Sarah to begin teaching English conversation classes for new Canadians through her church.


In addition to her work in the school system and with newcomers to Canada, Sarah was a long-time soccer coach and enjoyed working with her teams to bring out the best in each player both on and off the field.


Sarah was named Minister of Climate Change and Conservation following the 2019 provincial election.


With four generations of her family living in the area, Sarah is deeply committed to Fort Richmond.  She is proud to be serving her second term as MLA for Fort Richmond, especially while navigating such a difficult situation as the global pandemic of COVID-19.

 

Manitoba Government Inquiry

 

Contact

Although the constituency office is currently closed to the public, if you have a question, concern, or would simply like to get in touch, please see the information below.

27 - 2855 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg MB  R3T 2H5

204-221-8881

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