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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Canadians want referendum on Senate, poll shows

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - A spokesman for Manitoba premier Greg Selinger said Tuesday the province's position remains that the best option for the Senate is to just get rid of it. In 2006, the province passed the Elections Reform Act which says if the Senate isn't abolished it ...

Ontario First Nation opposes city sewerwater deal with RM

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - One of two Ontario First Nations located along Shoal Lake -- a body of water just west of Lake of the Woods that straddles the Manitoba-Ontario border -- has asked Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger and Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz to hold off any extension of ...

Selinger's just not that into responsible spending 0

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Winnipeg Sun - Premier Greg Selinger is the head of a government in which the net debt is going up by $49 per second. (WINNIPEG SUN Files) You don't sign up for every credit card that gets offered to you. You don't max out every card you ...

Fingers crossed for lastditch diversion plan

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Premier Greg Selinger and his officials have already said they've fast-tracked work on an emergency diversion channel between Lake St. Martin and Lake Winnipeg that under normal circumstances would takes years to plan. The proposed diversion -- its ...

Blaikie bows out... for real

Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Blaikie was appointed conservation minister that November by Premier Greg Selinger, but at times appeared disinterested in the portfolio. In his last official announcement as minister, he approved the creation of Manitoba's newest provincial park, ...

Veteran politician's departure gives hope to the Tories

Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Before offering Toet his support, Wyatt asked Premier Greg Selinger to create an opening for him to run in the next provincial election by dumping incumbent NDP MLA Darryl Reid. And he asked for a cabinet seat. Not surprisingly, Selinger turned him ...

Bill Blaikie to Retire, Won't Seek ReElection

Monday, 11 July 2011 (blog) - “Bill's political experience and knowledge of environmental issues has been a great asset to our province,” Premier Greg Selinger said in a statement. “As Minister of Conservation, Bill's passion for the environment was the driving force behind ...

Recall of legislature imperative

Monday, 11 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Any plan proposed, and then considered by the province, ought to be examined publicly. Question period is the best way to put cabinet ministers on the record for the decisions they make, or don't make. Premier Greg Selinger must announce a series of ...

Recent provincial funding announcements raises questions

Monday, 11 July 2011

Carman Valley Leader - "It was done just to level the playing field between opposition parties and the government," said Premier Greg Selinger. "It's to reduce the perception that announcements are somehow partisan." But Opposition Tory Leader Hugh McFadyen said partisanship ...

NDP say: Charge it!

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Morden Times - Premier Greg Selinger had a great opportunity this year to show voters that despite what his critics say, he could — as premier — be trusted with the public treasury. Given the flurry of deficit-financed spending ...

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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