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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UNESCO has never heard of Bipole project

Saturday, 09 July 2011

Brandon Sun - By Deveryn Ross Last month, I wrote about Premier Greg Selinger's two-day campout on the east side of Lake Winnipeg with a group of environmentalists and reporters. It was part of Team Selinger's campaign to stoke fears that an east-side electrical ...

Red River Floodway gates opened

Friday, 08 July 2011

Carman Valley Leader - On the political front, Progressive Conservative Leader Hugh McFadyen is calling on Premier Greg Selinger to recall the Legislature to deal with flood issues. "MLAs can work to ensure an open and transparent debate, and make sure that major financial ...

PUB's demand for contract details is bad for competition: Hydro

Friday, 08 July 2011

Carman Valley Leader - Progressive Conservative Leader Hugh McFadyen said Premier Greg Selinger has an "obligation" to provide the information. "Hydro is a public company, and if Greg Selinger won't disclose the information, it just shows he can't be trusted with Manitoba ...

McFadyen's new TV ad

Friday, 08 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press (blog) - This factual, positive ad hits back at the desperate campaign of lies Greg Selinger has aired over the spring and summer. We're setting the record straight and telling Manitobans that, contrary to Greg Selinger's lies, we will clean up Lake Winnipeg, ...

Tories demand Legislature return to work

Friday, 08 July 2011

Global Winnipeg - Manitoba's Progressive Conservatives say Premier Greg Selinger should recall the legislature to deal with flooding. The legislature finished sitting last month and isn't to resume until after the Oct. 4 provincial election. ...

Premier should recall legislature: McFadyen

Thursday, 07 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Progressive Conservative Leader Hugh McFadyen says he wants Premier Greg Selinger to recall the Manitoba legislature to deal with flooding in southern Manitoba. In a statement today, McFadyen said calling provincial politicians back would give them an ...

Animal welfare groups provide benefit

Thursday, 07 July 2011

Brandon Sun - Most disturbing was the lack of response to letters sent in March 2011 to Premier Greg Selinger and Lemieux. In April 2011 another letter was sent to Lemieux. As of June 2011, the provincial government has not even had the courtesy to reply. ...

A hardworking MLA

Wednesday, 06 July 2011

Brandon Sun - But we would be quite surprised if Premier Greg Selinger didn't do a little reshuffling and give her duties to someone else before the election. While she may deserve the party's respect, Selinger has nothing to gain by leaving her there.

Let's throw a party to show troops how thankful we are

Wednesday, 06 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - On May 20, Premier Greg Selinger held a small ceremony outside the Manitoba legislature. "Without the additional support we had from the troops, it's quite likely that we would have seen a good chunk of southern Manitoba under water," he said. ...

No reelection bid for Wowchuk

Tuesday, 05 July 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - In 2009, Premier Greg Selinger named her minister of finance, the first woman to hold that position in Manitoba's history. Wowchuk has had some rocky moments as finance minister, the most notable being a year ago when she failed to rise as her name was ...

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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