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Manitoba Prime Minister Heather Stefanson says the province’s infrastructure minister will be out of work if he is not vaccinated in the next two weeks.

Ron Schuler is the only Manitoba MLA who has not disclosed his immunization status.

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Stefanson said Wednesday that he expects all caucus and cabinet members to be fully vaccinated by Dec. 15.

“Prime Minister Stefanson hopes that all members of the cabinet and caucus will be fully vaccinated in time for the new requirements for access to the Manitoba Legislative Building … This includes the Minister of Infrastructure.” a spokesman for Stefanson’s office said in a statement.


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If Schuler is not vaccinated by then, Stefanson says he will be removed from the caucus and from the cabinet.

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Stefanson previously set December 15 as the start date for new requirements that will allow only those who are fully vaccinated to enter the Legislature.

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Given the timeline, Schuler would not have time to begin the 45-plus day journey to be fully vaccinated with a two-dose vaccine, if he has not yet received at least one injection.

Stefanson says the December 15 deadline could be moved forward if the right systems are put in place.

–With files from Brittany Greenslade and Skylar Peters

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