Bob Lagassé

PC candidate in the Dawson Trail Southern Manitoba race.

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Chemin-Dawson doit choisir son chemin

29 September 2023

La Liberte - ...Après une victoire par le Nouveau Parti démocratique, la circonscription est passé dans les mains du Parti progressiste-conservateur en 2016. Bob Lagassé, qui a remporté l’élection de 2016 et de 2019, se représente cette année. Il s’opposera à deux autres candidats, Chris Wiebe du NPD et...

PCs target property crime; NDP focuses on francophone community

26 September 2023

Winnipeg Free Press - the NDP and federal Liberal Party, calling both soft on crime. Tuesday afternoon, Waverley PC candidate Jon Reyes and Dawson Trail candidate Bob Lagassé pledged a $5 million one-time spend on post-traumatic stress disorder services for first responders. “Police, firefighters and paramedics put...

With no Liberal challenger, NDP hopes to pick up seat in southeastern Manitoba’s Dawson Trail

19 September 2023

CBC Manitoba - ...Tuesday over Kinew's plea to Liberal voters and his claim that a former Liberal MP had endorsed part of the NDP's health-care plan. Incumbent Bob Lagassé won the riding for the PCs in 2016 and held it in 2019 with 4,555 of the 8,321 votes cast — more than the combined total of the Liberals (1,880)...

NDP seek to make Lorette rink centre of rural election faceoff

19 September 2023

Winnipeg Free Press - LORETTE — Manitoba New Democrats made their first official campaign stop outside city limits Tuesday, pledging millions for a new rural recreation complex in an effort to win a riding currently held by the Tories. Lorette, some 20 kilometres southeast of Winnipeg, is within the borders of Dawson Trail, an electoral district held by the Progressive Conservatives since 2016. Longtime NDP cabinet minister Ron Lemieux represented LaVerendrye from 1999-2011 and Dawson Trail from 2011-16. After Lemieux decided not to seek re-election, Bob Lagasse won Dawson Trail for the PCs with 53 per cent of the vote. The Liberals aren’t running a candidate in Dawson Trail this time around.

Hostile house: heated spring session of legislature ends on hot note

2 June 2023

Winnipeg Free Press - ...the seat of government as a toxic workplace akin to a schoolyard full of bullies. In a tearful address to the chamber Wednesday, Tory backbencher Bob Lagassé encouraged voters to consider the behaviour of MLAs and candidates who will be knocking on doors this summer. JESSICA LEE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS...