Reg Helwer

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Reg Helwer

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Political Party: PC

Phone: (204) 724-7103

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Throne speech to be given on Thursday

Monday, 17 October 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - The Progressive Conservatives elected five new faces: Reg Helwer (Brandon West), Dennis Smook (La Verendrye), Wayne Ewasko (Lac du Bonnet), Cameron Friesen (Morden-Winkler) and Ian Wishart (Portage la Prairie). A new speaker also has to be elected to ...

Hardfought election fails to inspire more to vote

Saturday, 15 October 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - In Brandon West, where Tory Reg Helwer held off the NDP's Jim Murray by just 151 votes, turnout fell more than seven percentage points, to just below 60 per cent. In Kirkfield Park, which was the closest race of all, with NDP incumbent Sharon Blady ...

Caldwell, Helwer prep for legislative session

Friday, 14 October 2011

Brandon Sun - Brandon West's new Progressive Conservative MLA, Reg Helwer, met with his caucus earlier this week and says he's encouraged by the collective attitude from his party ahead of the fall session in the legislature. β€œIt's a very accommodating group,” ...

Support amazes NDP candidate

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Brandon Sun - To Reg Helwer, my congratulations. It was an incredible race and I'm glad I was in it. Reg and George Buri ran very clean campaigns and presented themselves with honour and dignity, as I knew they would. They are both true gentlemen and I am proud to ...

Who's got the POWER?

Saturday, 08 October 2011

Brandon Sun - Veteran trustee Murray is well respected, and lost a squeaker to Tory Reg Helwer in the provincial election in Brandon West. 13. (20) Mark Sefton, newly elected school board chair. The former Crocus Plains vice-principal also won the most votes for ...

NDP meetandgreet

Friday, 07 October 2011

Winnipeg Free Press - The Conservatives elected five new faces Tuesday: Reg Helwer (Brandon West), Dennis Smook (La Verendrye), Wayne Ewasko (Lac du Bonnet), Cameron Friesen (Morden-Winkler) and Ian Wishart (Portage la Prairie).

Put Caldwell in cabinet

Friday, 07 October 2011

Brandon Sun - One is Reg Helwer, a newcomer to the Manitoba legislature who held on to the seat by the skin of his teeth for the Tories β€” a mere 146 votes. The other is Drew Caldwell, a former city councillor who brought home Brandon East for the NDP for the fourth ...

McFadyen move disappoints Tories

Thursday, 06 October 2011

Brandon Sun - Manitoba Progressive Conservative Leader Hugh McFadyen is seen between Brandon West candidate Reg Helwer, left, and Brandon East candidate Mike Waddell during a public forum on economic issues at the Westridge Community Centre on Sept. 1. ...

Final provincial vote results expected to be released next week

Thursday, 06 October 2011

Brandon Sun - Though Brandon West PC candidate Reg Helwer's 146-vote victory over NDP candidate Jim Murray is certainly on Elections Manitoba's radar as a close race, Skanderbeg noted it's highly unlikely the results of institutional write-in ballots would sway the ...

The Tory blues

Thursday, 06 October 2011

Brandon Sun - In Brandon, the margin was tight but Brandon West remained in Progressive Conservative hands after newcomer Reg Helwer defeated New Democrat Jim Murray by 146 votes. We strongly suggest Helwer start building good working relationships with Brandon East ...