Gord Steeves

2011 Manitoba Election Archive

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Gord Steeves

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Political Party: PC

Phone: (204) 421-9455

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Get busy and sign up to lead PC party, former MLA urges

Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - Former city councillor and Seine River PC candidate Gord Steeves, who also ruled out a leadership bid, said he's surprised no one has publicly announced their intentions yet to lead the party. "I don't get a sense that there's a lot happening," he said ...

Where are Winnipeg's worst potholes?

Monday, 12 March 2012

Winnipeg Sun - Sun Media Photo MARCEL CRETAIN/Winnipeg Sun/ 28/03/08 June 24/2009-City Councillors (lr) Dan Vandal, Jenny Gerbasi, Gord Steeves, Russ Wyatt, Harvey Smith and Jeff Browaty with a pothole on Hutchings. Council voted 15-1 in favour of pressuring the ...

Putting the freeze on libel chill

Saturday, 03 March 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - Gord Steeves said city council should have parliamentary privilege, but the city shelved the idea after getting its own legal advice. On Friday, the city said it would expect to be included if the province extends parliamentary privilege to ...

McCaskill retiring in December

Friday, 02 March 2012

Winnipeg Sun - 29/2010-Winnipeg Police Constable Jason Michalyshen (l) and city councillor Gord Steeves (r) look on as Chief Keith McCaskill places a stuffed animal in a collection box at a press conference in Winnipeg November 29 where it was announced that police ...

The cost of getting elected... or not

Wednesday, 08 February 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - Former city councillor Gord Steeves, the PC candidate in Seine River, got $15048 in his well-publicized but failed battle with Health Minister Theresa Oswald. The NDP's paperwork shows Oswald got $19509 from the party -- the most of any NDP candidate ...

Tories outspent NDP in last Manitoba election

Wednesday, 08 February 2012

Winnipeg Sun - Health Minister Theresa Oswald, who appeared at first to be in for a dogfight with former city councillor Gord Steeves in Seine River, got the most help from the NDP, collecting about $19500 from the party.

Philanthropy briefs

Saturday, 28 January 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - The event, whose honorary chair is former city councillor Gord Steeves and will feature an expert sommelier, goes from 6:30 pm Tickets cost $70 until Jan. 31 or $80 afterwards. A tax receipt for $25 will be issued. For more information or tickets, ...

Councillor spends money like it's her own frugally

Thursday, 29 December 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Russ Wyatt (Transcona) who spent $13814 on advertising and former St. Vital councillor Gord Steeves, who spent $2381 on business meetings. Councillors are entitled to spend approximately $74000 a year on office supplies, salaries for assistants, ...

The top 10 political stories of 2011

Monday, 26 December 2011

Winnipeg Sun - The highest profile political battle of the year was undoubtedly the face-off between former city councillor Gord Steeves and Health Minister Theresa Oswald in Seine River. Steeves, a former Liberal, pumped up his new Tory colleagues and infuriated his ...

City OKs borrowingheavy budget

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Winnipeg Sun - 26, 2011 after winning the by-election to take the St. Vital seat on Winnipeg city council vacated last summer by Gord Steeves. (JASON HALSTEAD/Winnipeg Sun) The City of Winnipeg's plan to spend $393 million next year on new construction, ...