Submissions Received

Number of Submissions Received: 30

Riel, John Helliar

I would like the Kingston Row and Crescent area take out of Riel. There is very little with this area has in common with the rest of the Riel Electoral Division. It would be more suitable to be in the St. Vital Electoral Division. You would have to drive through…

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Morden-Winkler, Shelley Friesen

The cities of Morden and Winkler currently share health care and some education services. The potential for more shared services, as well as the shared identity and ethos of the region, makes a case for keeping the communities together under one representative.

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Fort Whyte, Michael Kvern

I would like to see the creation of a new riding, as both Fort Whyte and St. Norbert are nearly 30% above the quotient of 22,000. Creating a riding to include Whyte Ridge, and parts of Waverley Heights and St. Norbert would allow for more appropriate distribution and representation…

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Tuxedo, Derek Joseph Novosel

I would like consideration to be given to the western boundary of the Tuxedo electoral division. Currently, it encroaches slightly into the Charleswood area of Winnipeg, and I would like to propose a shift in the boundaries eastward so that people who live in Charleswood can vote for an MLA…

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Rossmere, Andrew Podolecki

over population.

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River East, Andrew Podolecki

under population.

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Kewatinook, Andrew Podolecki

under population,…

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The Pas, Andrew Podolecki

under population,…

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Flin Flon, Andrew Podolecki

under population,…

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Morden-Winkler, Brad Brooks

Because of population growth in both Morden and Winkler and the respective catchment areas of both communities, the riding of Morden-Winkler should be split. The Morden-Winkler riding is now based on Winkler with Morden area put into Midland. This will result in changes to Midland and Emerson which I have…

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