Submissions Received

Number of Submissions Received: 83

Gimli-Interlake, Roy Adams

My concerns are not only for the proposed Gimili Interlake riding but the entry Interlake area, currently represented by Selirk, Gimili. Interlake and Lakeside. The current riding’s have a North-South bias which is the natural flow of commerce, and government . All major highways run North-South (6,7,8,9 and 59). The…

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Steinbach, Patrick Warkentin

As a resident of Blumenort, I support the Boundary Commission recommendation to keep the community of Blumenort in the Steinbach Constituency because of its close proximity and cultural connection.”…

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Gimli-Interlake, Byron Dueck

I approve of the combined Gimli-Interlake riding. It is a well-defined community of interest. For example, both the Interlake Spectator and the Express Weekly papers serve exactly this area. It also precisely includes 2 school divisions: Lakeshore and Evergreen. All this is with 1 exception: Teulon belongs will Stonewall in…

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Steinbach, Susan Doerksen

I support the proposal that Mitchell and Blumenort remain in the Steinbach boundary because of the close proximity and all our cultural connections. I see Mitchell as practically being a part of Steinbach already and am very connected to the city of Steinbach. Thank you for your time!…

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Steinbach, Brad Kehler

As a life-long resident of Mitchell, I support the Boundary Commission recommendation to keep the community of Mitchell in the Steinbach Constituency because of its close proximity as well as the cultural connection.

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Rossmere, Alice Klumper

When looking at the boundary between the proposed Kildonan and Rossmere, it makes more sense to me that Chief Peguis Trail be a border vs Springfield Rd. Chief Peguis Trail is an imposing physical barrier between the two neighbourhoods and would serve as a more natural boundary. Springfield Rd is…

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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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