Cliff Cullen

2011 Manitoba Election Archive

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NDP Grand Slam!

Wednesday, 05 October 2011

Brandon Sun - Tory incumbant Cliff Cullen from the former Turtle Mountain constituency handily beat Cory Szczepanski with a similar margin in the new Spruce Woods riding. Leanne Rowat, the Conservative incumbant from the former Minnedosa riding, sailed to victory in ...

Clash of colours

Wednesday, 05 October 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - Elsewhere in western rural ridings, five Tories won by significant margins: Stu Briese (Agassiz), Larry Maguire (Arthur-Virden), Blaine Pedersen (Midland), Leanne Rowat (Riding Mountain), and Cliff Cullen (Spruce Woods). THE NDP has owned the north for ...

Westman worth watching

Thursday, 29 September 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - With veteran Progressive Conservative MLAs Stu Briese (Agassiz), Cliff Cullen (Spruce Woods), Larry Maguire (Arthur-Virden) and Leanne Rowatt (Riding Mountain) cruising to victories in their ridings, the NDP's Westman hopes rest on Brandon East, ...

Manitoba Votes 2011 Education issues focus of candidate forum

Friday, 16 September 2011

Brandon Sun - ... Mike Waddell (PC) and Shaun Cameron (Liberal), Brandon West candidates Jim Murray (NDP), Reg Helwer (PC) and George Buri (Liberal) and Spruce Woods candidates Cory Szczepanski (NDP), Cliff Cullen (PC) and Trenton Zazalak (Liberal). ...

Agriculture museum eyes fundraisers

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Brandon Sun - Turtle Mountain Progressive Conservative MLA Cliff Cullen is doing his part to keep the museum and its related events viable. In 2010, Cullen penned a letter to Culture, Heritage and Tourism Minister Flor Marcelino questioning the absence of funding ...