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Paul Martin Comes to Town

Today was an exciting day – a friend of mine is the campaign manager for Jim Carr (Liberal candidate for Winnipeg South Center) and they are hosting former Prime Minister Paul Martin next week. 345 more words


LPC Videos to Watch

Today’s post is going to be short (last day of school means I took the day off and celebrated with my classmates!)  I wanted to highlight some videos that the Liberal Party and members of Team Trudeau have put out during this election campaign that I think are worth watching.   67 more words


Folklorama & a #TBT

Tonight was my last night on Folklorama duty and I headed to Shalom Square with Terry Duguid and Jim Carr. It is always a pleasure and a joy to visit this pavilion as it is such a rich and vibrant culture. 596 more words


Manitoba Liberals demand inquiry into missing CFS kids

WINNIPEG- Manitoba’s Liberal Party says too many kids under the care of Child and Family Services go missing and is demanding the NDP call an inquiry into the matter. 88 more words


Another reason never to build a palace in Turkey, and Wednesday's other reasons to fear for humanity

1. Manitoba NDPers skedaddle to Alberta

Rachel Notley’s victory has started a new western migration, specifically among NDP staffers from the crumbling Manitoba government who are abandoning Premier Greg Selinger to seek better prospects in the dawning age of Alberta dipperism. 647 more words

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Manitoba Liberal leader plans run for legislature in Fort Rouge

WINNIPEG – Manitoba Liberal Leader Rana Bokhari has announced she plans to run for a legislature seat in the Fort Rouge constituency in Winnipeg.

Bokhari, a lawyer, was chosen Liberal leader in 2013 but has never held public office. 354 more words


Manitoba NDP support steady after fractious leadership race: poll

WINNIPEG – Support for the Manitoba NDP has remained virtually steady after the party went through a contentious leadership race in which Premier Greg Selinger narrowly held onto power, a new poll says. 248 more words