Greg Selinger

2011 Manitoba Election Archive

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St. Boniface

Incumbent since 1999

Greg selinger

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Political Party: NDP

Phone: (204) 930-4232

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NDP changes, but stays same

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Winnipeg Sun - Premier Greg Selinger has a new right-hand man, but there's little doubt the NDP will continue to govern Manitoba like left-wing loons. Last week, it was revealed that Selinger has chosen Liam Martin as his new chief of staff. Martin — the son of longtime NDP ...

Floodedout farmers search for answers

Saturday, 25 August 2012

Brandon Sun - There are plenty of acres of flooded-out crop land, including 10,000 acres in the RM of Woodworth alone, said Denis Carter, the municipality's reeve. Pearn said the area's farmers have written Premier Greg Selinger to seek help, sending the letter a month ...

NDP inflating Hydro rates

Saturday, 25 August 2012

Winnipeg Sun - Premier Greg Selinger opened the dam July 5th. The problem is while it was once expected that electricity exports were going to subsidize Manitoba's power consumption, the opposite is coming to pass. Enormous cost overruns are also a significant problem.

New tools under development to help identify superior production systems

Friday, 24 August 2012 (blog) - Beef producers call for Premier to address ongoing flood impacts. Manitoba Beef Producers has released a letter urging Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger to immediately address ongoing impacts of the 2011 flood.

Campaigning at a sprint

Friday, 24 August 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - Premier Greg Selinger called the byelection on Aug. 3, giving each campaign team five weeks to get their message out before voting day on Sept. 4. The byelection was called after former Tory leader Hugh McFadyen resigned. Pallister said given it's the ...

Mba beef producers want help

Friday, 24 August 2012

CJOB - Manitoba beef producers are urging Premier Greg Selinger to come up with programs to help lessen the damaging impacts of the 2011 spring flood. President Ray Armbruster says without the implementation of the Forage Shortfall and Transportation ...

Not Much Bang For The Buck

Thursday, 23 August 2012 (blog) - That was never more apparent than last spring when new taxes, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars, were added by the Greg Selinger NDP government. Taxes were added to a number of different products and services including home insurance.

Tory leader keeps address private

Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Brandon Sun - In the last provincial election, all candidates, including Premier Greg Selinger and McFadyen, allowed their home addresses to be published. An Elections Manitoba official said Tuesday that in the 2007 election, one female candidate requested her address ...

Selinger picks new chief of staff

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Winnipeg Sun - Premier Greg Selinger has chosen a new chief of staff. Liam Martin will replace Michael Balagus, who announced his resignation in January. He is the son of longtime NDP MP Pat Martin and has worked as a spokesman for the Manitoba division of the ...

Liam Martin, son of MP Pat Martin, is Manitoba premier's new chief of staff

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Brandon Sun - WINNIPEG - Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger has a new chief of staff — someone for whom politics runs in the family. Liam Martin has been chosen to be the premier's new right-hand person. He replaces Michael Balagus, who resigned earlier this year.

Questionnaire Response

Greg Selinger - St. Boniface

Why did you decide to run in the 2011 Manitoba election?

Our government has made a lot of progress since the 90’s and I think if we work together we can achieve much more. I want families to have access to health care, quality education, good jobs, and feel safe in their communities.

What experience will you bring to compliment your role as MLA?

As a resident of St. Boniface for over 30 years and having raised my two sons in this community I feel passionate about St. Boniface's wonderful and unique qualities as a neighbourhood and its contribution to making Manitoba the wonderful province it is.

Is there anything in particular you would like to change in our province? In your electoral division?

Health care accessibility, opportunities for young people, recreational infrastructure, quality education & keeping Manitoba Hydro publically owned.

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