News that mentions Steven Stairs
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April 14, 2016
Winnipeg Free Press - Dave Chomiak (NDP), Nic Curry (PC), Navdeep Khangura (Liberal), Gary Marshall (Manitoba Party) and Steven Stairs (Green party) took turns fielding questions from high school students at West Kildonan Collegiate. 'One of our main goals as a collective ...
April 11, 2016
Winnipeg Free Press - The Times contacted candidates in the April 19 provincial election to answer questions for voters. Below are responses from Kildonan candidates Steven Stairs (Green), Dave Chomiak (NDP), Nic Curry (PC), Gary Marshall (Manitoba Party) and Navdeep ...
April 6, 2016
CBC.ca - ... her constituency and Liberal Leader Rana Bokhari has dealt with it well. "We can't blame our leader, this is not [our] leader's problem," she said. Gary Marshall is running in Kildonan for the Manitoba Party and Steven Stairs is representing the ...
March 24, 2016
CBC.ca - A legally blind Winnipeg man is filing a formal complaint against the Winnipeg Police Service after he says police tackled him to the ground without warning. Steven Stairs, 31, says police officers mistook the cane he was wearing on his hip for a weapon.
March 22, 2016
CTV News - For years, Steven Stairs has advocated for medical marijuana users in Winnipeg â but recently, his audience has changed. "It's definitely reaching a different demographic of seniors; that is much more unexpected than I ever thought it would be,â he said.
October 21, 2015
Globalnews.ca - Steven Stairs grows and uses marijuana daily. He says it helps control the pain from his cataracts and if it was legalized he says it would be easier for him to get. âIt allows the option for me, lets say I don't have anything growing for example, I ...
October 6, 2015
CBC.ca - 'Why is it that Manitoba is not creating change?' By Ligia Braidotti, for CBC News Posted: Oct 06, 2015 8:12 AM CT Last Updated: Oct 06, 2015 8:12 AM CT. Green Party candidate Steven Stairs says legalizing marijuana would help Canadians' health and the ...