- Bioscience Association Manitoba (BAM) welcomes three newly appointed ministers.
- The ministers are expected to play a significant role in advancing Manitoba’s bioeconomy.
- Minister Jamie Moses will oversee Economic Development, Trade, and Natural Resources.
- Minister Ron Kostyshyn brings expertise to the Agriculture sector.
- Minister Uzoma Asagwara will focus on Health, Seniors, and Long-Term Care.
The Bioscience Association Manitoba (BAM) has expressed enthusiasm in welcoming three newly appointed ministers who are expected to contribute significantly to the province’s bioeconomy. Kim Kline, President of BAM, congratulated Minister Jamie Moses, Minister Ron Kostyshyn, and Minister Uzoma Asagwara on their new roles.
Economic Development, Trade, and Natural Resources
Minister Jamie Moses has been appointed Minister of Economic Development, Trade, and Natural Resources. BAM anticipates a fruitful collaboration with Minister Moses to further the growth of Manitoba’s vibrant bioeconomy. The bioeconomy sector has the potential to bring substantial economic benefits to the province, and Minister Moses is expected to play a pivotal role in its advancement.
Minister Ron Kostyshyn, the new Minister of Agriculture, brings a wealth of experience and expertise to this crucial sector. BAM is keen to engage with Minister Kostyshyn to strengthen the province’s agricultural ties and support the increased growth and sustainable development of agbiotech within the biosciences.
Appreciation for Outgoing Ministers
In addition to welcoming the new ministers, BAM also expressed gratitude to the outgoing ministers for their dedication and contributions to Manitoba’s bioeconomy. Their efforts have been invaluable, and BAM extends its best wishes for their future endeavors.
BAM is optimistic about its future collaboration with the NDP government to continue elevating Manitoba’s bioscience industry and ecosystem. The association is eager to engage with the new ministers to discuss shared goals and ensure the province’s rich and diverse biosciences ecosystem thrives.