2011 Manitoba Election Archive
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News that Mentions Karen Velthuys
Monday, 02 July 2012
Winnipeg Free Press - Members: Sherri Pierce, Pamela Sersun, Anna MacMahon, Tom Ens. Executive director: Karen Velthuys. Council of Women of Winnipeg. 2012-13 board: president, Arlene Draffin Jones; past president, Monika G. Feist; vice-president, Kelly-Ann Stevenson; ...
Monday, 23 April 2012
Winnipeg Free Press - PEOPLE Karen Velthuys has become executive director of Landscape Manitoba. Velthuys has been a leader in the non-profit industry for years. Landscape Manitoba is a trade association of nursery growers, greenhouse growers, garden centre operators, ...
Wednesday, 08 February 2012
Winnipeg Free Press - For example, Karen Velthuys in St. Norbert got $26225, Rochelle Squires in Riel got $21497, Susan Auch in Assiniboia got $22860, Mike Brown in St. Vital got $21412, Kelly de Groot in Kirkfield Park got $26985 and Judy Eastman in Southdale got $26625.
Friday, 11 November 2011
Winnipeg Free Press - The outcomes of the recounts gave Gaudreau a 31-vote lead over Progressive Conservative candidate Karen Velthuys and Blady 21 more votes than PC candidate Kelly de Groot. The Oct. 4 vote gave the NDP strong a majority in the legislature with 37 of the ...
Tuesday, 25 October 2011
Winnipeg Free Press - An automatic recount in front of a judge was completed Monday and gave Gaudreau a 31-vote lead over PC candidate Karen Velthuys. On election night, Gaudreau's lead was 30 votes, small enough to trigger an automatic recount, but Monday's recount cost ...
Monday, 24 October 2011
Winnipeg Sun - Dave Gaudreau of the NDP was hoping to hold onto his seat over PC candidate Karen Velthuys. The preliminary results show NDP MLA Sharon Blady keeping her Kirkfield Park seat by only 26 votes. Challenger Kelly de Groot, a PC candidate, will know if she ...
Monday, 24 October 2011
CJOB - The recount is mandatory because Gaudreau's margin of victory over PC challenger Karen Velthuys was less than 50 votes. A recount for the riding of Kirkfield Park, which was also won by the NDP, is scheduled for later this week.
Thursday, 20 October 2011
Winnipeg Free Press - On election night, the NDP's Sharon Blady finished with 26 more votes than Conservative Kelly de Groot in Kirkfield Park. New Democrat Dave Gaudreau was 30 votes up on PC candidate Karen Velthuys in St. Norbert. The recounts will take place next week.
Tuesday, 11 October 2011
Winnipeg Free Press - ... NDP candidate Dave Gaudreau saw his slim lead get even slimmer Friday when Elections Manitoba discovered some votes had been transposed. Now, including institutional ballots, Gaudreau is only ahead of Conservative candidate Karen Velthuys by 30 votes.
Saturday, 08 October 2011
Winnipeg Free Press - In St. Norbert, NDP candidate Dave Gaudreau is still in the lead but only by 30 votes over Conservative Karen Velthuys. Initially, it had been thought that Gaudreau was about by about 150 votes but Elections Manitoba said that was due to an error. ...