Welcome New MVMA Council Member, Laura Greenhalgh RVT!

The MVMA Council expresses its heartfelt thanks to all applicants for their time and interest in the Veterinary Technologist Council Member position. We are pleased to announce that Laura Greenhalgh RVT will be joining us as a Councilor on the MVMA Council.

Laura Greenhalgh’s journey in animal care spans over two decades, during which time she has showcased her proficiency as a Registered Veterinary Technologist across various animal hospitals. Additionally, Laura served as an Animal Services Officer for the City of Winnipeg and currently serves as an Animal Health and Welfare Specialist with the Manitoba Government. Laura’s multifaceted role encompasses enforcement of the Animal Care Act, disease outbreak management, and policy development.

Welcome, Laura!

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Mission: To protect the public through the regulation of veterinary medicine, to support our members and to promote the profession in Manitoba.

Vision: A sustainable veterinary community working together to prioritize the health and welfare of animals, people and the environment.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Statement: The MVMA is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion across gender identity, ethnicity, religion, age, neurodiversity, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation, and marital status. The MVMA membership is multicultural and we value multiple approaches and different points of view in a safe, positive and collaborative environment.


Become an MVMA Member – Learn about the requirements to become a licensed veterinarian or registered veterinary technologist.

Veterinary Medicine – Find out how veterinary medicine impacts the lives of animals.

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