Andrea Shalay

Green candidate in the Union Station Winnipeg race.

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News briefs – The Uniter

September 5, 2019

The Uniter (UofW) - ...on Thursday, Sept. 12 from 5 to 7 p.m., and attendees should RSVP at by Sept. 7. Greens call for proportional representation Andrea Shalay, Green Party of Manitoba’s Union Station candidate for MLA, announces that the party is pushing for proportional representation in the province to...

Housing, poverty on voters’ minds

September 4, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - tackle these issues is a crop of new candidates. Uzoma Asagwara, a community activist and psychiatric nurse, represents the New Democratic Party; Andrea Shalay, a community organizer and communications specialist, will look to paint the riding Green; and Harold Davis, a former commodities and trading...

International students can’t vote but want their voices heard on election day

September 4, 2019

CBC Manitoba - deterring international students from choosing to study in Manitoba which turns away a valuable income stream for universities and colleges. Andrea Shalay, the Green candidate for Winnipeg Centre added the cut "undermines our values of protecting the health and well-being of everyone in Manitoba." The...

Manitoba Greens push for proportional representation

September 1, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ... Greens would introduce a mixed-member proportional representation system into the Manitoba Legislature, deputy leader and Union Station candidate Andrea Shalay announced in a press release Saturday. "Currently, Manitoba's winner-take-all voting system allows political parties to govern with a majority...

Greens promise to change electoral system, lower voting age to 16

September 1, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...many Manitobans don’t vote because they feel like their vote doesn’t matter – that is a sign of an unhealthy democracy,” said deputy leader Andrea Shalay, who is running to represent the party in Union Station. Green Party of Manitoba candidates promised Saturday morning during a press conference at...

Manitoba Greens call for proportional representation

August 31, 2019

Global News - ...proportional representative voting, parties gain seats based on the proportion of votes received. “We are at a time of democratic crisis,” said Andrea Shalay, the Manitoba Green’s deputy leader and Union Station candidate. “So many Manitobans don’t vote because they feel like their vote doesn’t...

MANITOBA VOTES: Greens would push for proportional representation

August 31, 2019

Winnipeg Sun - calling for proportional representation and would push for it if elected on Sept. 10. Green Party deputy leader and Union Station MLA candidate Andrea Shalay announced the pledge on Saturday, saying that the current system allows political parties in the province to govern with a majority without winning...

Party leaders balance perils, pros of skipping public forums

August 21, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...Tony Hill (G), John Cacayuran (L), Scott Fielding (PC) Aug. 21 UpForDebateMB (women’s rights, gender equality) Confirmed: Bernadette Smith (NDP), Andrea Shalay (G), Cyndy Friesen (L) Aug. 27 Disabilities Matters Vote Fair Vote Manitoba Manitoba Farm Writers and Broadcasters Aug. 29 Manitoba Health Coalition...