Brian Pallister

2011 Manitoba Election Archive

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Political Party: PC

Phone: (204) 926-8390

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Freeze hydro rates until probe: Pallister

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Brandon Sun - Brian Pallister said Tuesday he is worried $18 billion in proposed capital projects will weaken Manitoba Hydro and put taxpayers' money at risk. Among those projects are two new northern hydroelectric dams and the Bipole III transmission line. In an interview ...

Hundreds cast advance votes in Fort Whyte byelection

Monday, 27 August 2012

Brandon Sun - Fort Whyte has been a decidedly Tory riding since 1999, the year it was created, which could bode well for newly acclaimed PC leader and candidate Brian Pallister. Jim and Elsie Forsyth stopped by the community centre on Sunday to try to beat the lines.

Controversial Fort Whyte candidate has OK to run: lawyer

Monday, 27 August 2012

Updated News - Since Ackman has about 130 signatures, he is still eligible to run in the byelection, Glazer said. Also running in Fort Whyte are new PC Leader Brian Pallister, NDP candidate Brandy Schmidt, Liberal Bob Axworthy, and Green Party candidate Donnie Benham.

Ballots cast in Fort Whyte as advance polls open

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - But Green said he is having a hard time with the fact his party's candidate and leader, Brian Pallister, doesn't live in Fort Whyte. Before taking the reins of the PC party, the former MLA and MP was a financial consultant based in Portage la Prairie. He now lives ...

Show us your cards Mr. Pallister

Saturday, 25 August 2012

Carman Valley Leader - As Brian Pallister settles in as the new leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba, here are four items that should be on his short-term to do list. First, if you go on his party's website there doesn't appear to be a broad vision that articulates what ...

Have your say

Saturday, 25 August 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - Re: Tory leader keeps address private (Aug. 22). Brian Pallister has every right not to release his home address publicly. Indeed, it is somewhat shocking that we require provincial candidates to do so. We don't ask people in other jobs to tell us exactly where ...

Advance voting begins in Fort Whyte

Saturday, 25 August 2012

Global Winnipeg - New PC Leader Brian Pallister is running and considered the heavy favourite to win what many consider to be a safe Tory seat. The other candidates are Independent Darrell Ackman, Liberal Bob Axworthy, Green Donnie Benham and NDPer Brandy Schmidt.

Fort Whyte advance polls open Saturday

Friday, 24 August 2012

Winnipeg Sun - Elections Manitoba reminds Fort Whyte voters to bring one piece of government-issued photo identification, such as a driver's license, or two other documents with their name. Tory leader Brian Pallister, Liberal Bob Axworthy, the NDP's Brandy Schmidt, the ...

Campaigning at a sprint

Friday, 24 August 2012

Winnipeg Free Press - Brian Pallister, the new leader of the province's Progressive Conservatives, not only wants to win the Fort Whyte byelection, he wants to conquer it. On this night, Pallister, 58, and his campaign team started their second swing through the constituency in the ...

Byelection candidate 'destroyed' alleged victim's life

Thursday, 23 August 2012

Updated News - ... the resignation of Hugh McFadyen, former leader of the Progressive Conservative Party. Also running in Fort Whyte are new PC Leader Brian Pallister, NDP candidate Brandy Schmidt, Liberal Bob Axworthy, and Green Party candidate Donnie Benham.