Submissions Received

Number of Submissions Received: 80

Kewatinook, James McAllister

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Dauphin-Swan River, Ward Perchuk

A large portion of the Forest Industry in Manitoba operates in the Swan River area. We operate on Crown Lands and require regular access to our MLA. The ideal boundary would be the 53rd parallel in the north and Ethelbert in the south.

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Dauphin-Swan River, Allen Dowhan

The City of Dauphin offers the following suggestions to realign the proposed Dauphin- Swan River Electoral Boundaries to reflect similar community interests and trading patterns: • Representation by population is an equitable method in calculating electoral boundaries in our province. However, being a small province, historical and traditional trading patterns…

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Dauphin-Swan River, Glen McKenzie

First the Rural Municipality of Mountain should not be split into two different constituencies. The northern boundary of the new constituency should be the 53rd parallel. I propose that the new constituency be called Duck Mountain or Parkland and it include all the municipalities that border on the Duck Mountains,…

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St. James, J Bruce Jamieson

My proposal re-positions St. James boundaries to reflect heritage St. James city boundaries and complies with Boundaries Commission (BC) guidelines. St. James was once known as The Airport City and Sunny St. James. The Brooklands and West End are not, nor have they been considered part of St. James. Hence,…

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Carillon, Michèle Lagimodière-Gagnon

Messieurs et mesdames les commissaires Premièrement, je tiens à vous remercier pour votre participation dans cet exercice de la révision des frontières électorales. Je vous félicite pour ce travail ardu et compliqué mais surtout pour avoir tenté de maintenir certaines communautés francophones dans cette nouvelle circonscription nommée Carillon. Cependant, vous…

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Carillon, Michèle Lagimodière

Commissioners I would like to commend the members of this commission for their contribution to this exercise. I am aware that consideration was given to regroup certain francophone communities together in the new constituency of Carillon. You have, however, omitted Sainte-Anne and Richer which have historically shared common purpose with…

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Fort Rouge, David Ediger

The proposed changes would put the Riverview community, where I live, into the Fort Rouge constituency, while Lord Roberts will be in Fort Garry. In the 30 years we have lived here, these two neighbourhoods usually function as one neighbourhood with many shared issues, facilities and services. While Osborne is…

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St. James, Craig Johnson

(similar but different in areas to other St. James area submissions) As a past provincial candidate, Returning Officer (1999 General Election), Deputy Returning Officer, two term School Board Trustee in St. James Assiniboia, with experience in participating in many campaigns as an organizer, worker and scrutineer, I would like to…

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Assiniboia, Craig Johnson

(similar to other St. James Assiniboia area constituencies) As a past provincial candidate, Returning Officer (1999 General Election), Deputy Returning Officer, two term School Board Trustee in St. James Assiniboia, with experience in participating in many campaigns as an organizer, worker and scrutineer, I would like to share my reasons…

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