2011 Manitoba Election Archive
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News that Mentions Mohinder Saran
Saturday, 31 March 2012
Winnipeg Free Press - Mohinder Saran Saran came from India to Vancouver in 1970. But when he couldn't find a job, friends convinced him to come to Winnipeg a year later. First working at a mattress factory, he later was chief power engineer for Manitoba Infrastructure and ...
Saturday, 14 January 2012
Winnipeg Free Press (blog) - People like Brandon East MLA Drew Caldwell, Rossmere's Erna Braun, The Maples' Mohinder Saran or Frank Whitehead in The Pas. Sure, Saran and Caldwell, plus Tom Nevakshonoff, Greg Dewar, Rob Altemeyer and Sharon Blady, were recently made legislative ...
Friday, 13 January 2012
Brandon Sun - Mohinder Saran as legislative assistant to the President of the Executive Council. Sharon Blady as legislative assistant to the Minister of Family Services and Consumer Affairs. A possible appointment to the agriculture portfolio is rookie Swan River ...
Wednesday, 31 August 2011
Winnipeg Free Press - Former NDP MLA Cris Aglugub has switched teams and has thrown his hat in the ring for the Conservatives in Tyndall Park after losing the NDP nomination in the Maples to Mohinder Saran. Ted Marcelino, brother-in-law of provincial culture, heritage and ...
Tuesday, 30 August 2011
Winnipeg Free Press - However, he was defeated for the party nomination in 2007 by Mohinder Saran, the current MLA. Aglugub challenged Saran for the NDP nomination in The Maples in May and lost. Today, the Progressive Conservatives announced Aglugub as their man in Tyndall ...
Tuesday, 30 August 2011
Winnipeg Sun - In advance of the 2007 election, after allegations the the NDP asked another candidate to step aside so Aglugub could get the riding nomination, he lost the party spot to current Maples NDP MLA Mohinder Saran. Tyndall Park was created in 2008 from the ...
Mohinder Saran - The Maples
Why did you decide to run in the 2011 Manitoba election?
The NDP government has spent a decade building and investing in health care education and infrastructure. Turning back now, would put families at risk of cuts to services and privatization of Manitoba Hydro.
What experience will you bring to compliment your role as MLA?
The Maples is a diverse community that includes a large number of recent immigrants thanks to Manitoba's successful Provincial Nominee Program. I strive to ensure working families have access to supports and provincial programs. I am committed, hard working and have a deep respect and knowledge of the Maples.
Is there anything in particular you would like to change in our province? In your electoral division?
Education, recreational facilities, hiring more doctors and nurses, housing for seniors and privatization of Manitoba Hydro.
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