Submissions Received

Number of Submissions Received: 149

St. James, Carole Tattersall

With a review every ten years the task of the Boundaries Commission is a substantial one. I understand that every adjustment creates other adjustments and we have tried to take that into consideration in our submission. As an ‘older person’ that has lived in St. James for a long time…

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St. James, Sheila Bucholz-Stacey

Separation of Community. To consider the provincial boundaries of St. James we must consider the heritage of our community. St. James was first settled in 1850 and consisted mainly of Hudson Bay employees, Selkirk Settlers and Metis and grew around this community’s namesake ‘The Parish of St. James’ which still…

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St. James, Jae Eadie

I am pleased to make this presentation to the Boundaries Commission concerning the proposed constituency of St. James. I regret I was not able to make a presentation at one of the public hearings but I hope this written presentation will adequately convey my views to the Commission. I wish…

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Flin Flon-The Pas, Edith Sexsmith

Flin Flon and The Pas could and should go together, because we are geographically close, similarly sized with similar demographics and we often trade in each other’s communities. At the same time though, the Cree people in The Pas have more historical cultural connections to the communities of Easterville and…

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Steinbach, Madison Dyck

I am a University student. My home is in Steinbach. Thank you to the Commission for its work. I agree with the proposed Steinbach riding. It groups similar areas.

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St. James, Mike Smith

The Boundary Commission has laid out it’s criteria. I am presenting this submission with that in mind. Firstly, let me indicate I am understanding this initiative is a monumental task and very challenging. When reviewing the St. James boundary, the community I live in, I felt there were adjustments that…

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Gimli-Interlake, Larry Speiss

Several things bother me about the boundaries. First of all the lopping off of the reserves in the north Interlake. The residents of the first nations communities are just as much part of the communities as anyone else and it is disturbing that they are bunched together in a separate…

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Dauphin-Swan River, William & Colleen Clark

We feel that the proposed boundary changes would not be in the best interest for the people of the Swan River Valley. Dauphin will definitely overpower the Valley and we need a voice here to sustain what we have.

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Kildonan, Danielle Claeys

I wish to express my opposition to extend the existing boundaries of the River East constituency to include a large area west of the Red River. The area being identified for inclusion is currently within the Kildonan constituency. In reviewing the proposed boundary changes and because the Red River represents…

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Dauphin-Swan River, RON ZLOTOFF

I DO NOT WANT THE SWAN RIVER AREA TO BE COMBINED WITH DAUPHIN. WE WOULD LIKE TO REMAIN SWAN RIVER AND ALSO WE WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE THE SWAN RIVER TITLE TO PARKLAND AS OUR NEW IDENTITY.WE DO NOT HAVE ANYTHING IN COMMON WITH DAUPHIN AND WOULD LIKE TO BE…

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