James Kostuchuk

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James kostuchuk

James Kostuchuk

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Political Party: NDP

Phone: (204) 870-9820

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Getting Their Message Out There

Thursday, 29 September 2011

Portage Online - An all-candidates forum was held at the PCU Centre and Michelle Cudmore-Armstong of the Liberals, James Kostuchuk of the NDP and Ian Wishart of the Tories were on hand to answer questions from voters. Wishart felt it was another strong event and gave ...

Chamber holds last candidates forum before election

Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Portage Daily Graphic - Michelle Cudmore-Armstrong, James Kostuchuk, and Ian Wishart prepare during the candidates debate hosted by the Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday. By Robin Dudgeon Candidates got one last chance to face off before the provincial election on Oct. 4 at a ...

Candidates Square Off

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Portage Online - NDP candidate James Kostuchuk acknowledges the questions posed were complicated, mostly because they're localized, and required a local response. Conservative candidate Ian Wishart says all the issues brought forward are important, but believes youth ...

Debate draws crowd

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Portage Daily Graphic - James Kostuchuk, local candidate with the NDP party, addresses the room at the public forum on Monday night. By Angela Brown, The Daily Graphic Public transportation, reducing crime, as well as the impact of the spring flood were just some of the ...

Long Plain, long forgotten

Saturday, 17 September 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - As of Wednesday, the NDP candidate, Portage la Prairie history teacher James Kostuchuk, had yet to contact the First Nation. Grit candidate Michelle Cudmore-Armstrong, a former City of Portage tourism and special projects manager, left a phone message ...

Election candidates discuss the MDC at forum

Friday, 16 September 2011

Portage Daily Graphic - Left to right, Progressive Conservative candidate Ian Wishart (standing), Liberal candidate Michelle Cudmore-Armstrong and NDP candidate James Kostuchuk are seen at the Friends of the MDC candidates' forum at the PCU Centre multi-purpose room on ...

Candidates set for provincial election

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Portage Daily Graphic - Either PC candidate Ian Wishart, NDP candidate James Kostuchuk and the Liberal's Michelle Cudmore-Armstrong will represent Portage in the Manitoba Legislature after the provincial election on October 4. The deadline for entering the election as a ...

NDP MLA candidate discusses trade industry

Monday, 12 September 2011

Portage Daily Graphic - Training is something Portage NDP candidate James Kostuchuk said is an invaluable investment. "Those investments really pay back, they can't forget that. When you take money from a provincial budget, which is our money, and you put an investment into ...

Kostuchuk speaks on crime prevention

Sunday, 11 September 2011

Portage Daily Graphic - Portage NDP candidate James Kostuchuk feels that crime prevention should be local and specific. "I think the biggest thing when it comes to crime prevention is that we have to look specifically at what the local issues are. We need to know what crimes ...

Liberals Aim To Claim Portage Seat

Saturday, 10 September 2011

Portage Online - Portage la Prairie's seat in the legislature is up for grabs between the NDP's James Kostuchuk, Conservative Ian Wishart and Michelle Cudmore-Armstrong of the Liberals. Armstrong says the next few weeks will be a busy time and there's plenty for her to ...

Questionnaire Response

James Kostuchuk - Portage la Prairie

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

I feel I can speak up and get results for our community. I want that positive attitude at the table for families in our community.

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

I live and work here, and have regular contact with parents, students and other community members. I understand the challenges our community faces and believe that if I work with the people, I can get results for them.

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

Education and employment opportunities.

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