Hugh McFadyen

2011 Manitoba Election Archive

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Fort Whyte

Incumbent since 2005

Hugh mcfadyen

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Province facing 'tsunami,' torn between prevention, treatment

Saturday, 02 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Not long after, in a column in the First Nations Voice newspaper, Manitoba Conservative Leader Hugh McFadyen charged the NDP should have taken steps to head off the crisis. "Despite more than a decade in power, Manitoba's tired NDP government has done ...

NDP make gains in Winnipeg

Saturday, 02 July 2011

Brandon Sun - Unfortunately for Progressive Conservative Leader Hugh McFadyen, his favourite talking points are mainly rural-based issues. And while it pains us, we know that rural issues just don't hold water in Winnipeg.

Tory Bipoleswap vow threat to Keeyask: Hydro boss

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - "There is nothing new here," said Tory Leader Hugh McFadyen in an email Tuesday. "Keeyask has been in Hydro's plans for nine years and the preferred eastern Bipole route has been in Hydro's plans for 11 years. They are completely compatible. ...

Scary numbers could sink Selinger

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Progressive Conservative Leader Hugh McFadyen has been careful not to play politics with the floods. The Tories have been so very careful to contain their criticisms of the NDP government to very specific issues. And there is little chance McFadyen ...

Leave Manitoba Hydro alone

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Portage Daily Graphic - Well, Hugh McFadyen said that there was no way in heck the PC Party would consider privatizing but so did Filmon. Obviously - and it should be - there is no need to do such a thing because Manitoba Hydro has no competition in terms of rates and ...

Unions warn against Hydro privatization

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Tory Leader Hugh McFadyen has said his party is committed to a power company wholly owned by Manitobans. He has said he has no plans to privatize Hydro, explore private financing for new dams or deregulate the province's energy market. ...

Bipole III argument lacks a key premise

Monday, 27 June 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - If elected, Tory Leader Hugh McFadyen has promised to cancel plans for a new Manitoba Hydro transmission line down the west side of Lake Manitoba in favour of a route east of Lake Winnipeg. And given the noise McFadyen has generated on this issue, ...

McFadyen to Selinger it only works if you build it

Monday, 27 June 2011

Red River Valley Echo - Manitoba PC leader Hugh McFadyen said NDP Leader Greg Selinger is calling on Ottawa to fund more flood mitigation efforts when he still hasn't finished building the ones he promised. The PCs say further funding for flood mitigation would only be wasted ...