Chris Wiebe

NDP candidate in the Dawson Trail Southern Manitoba race.

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Chemin-Dawson doit choisir son chemin

29 September 2023

La Liberte - ...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 Marcel Broesky du Parti vert. L’équipe de La Liberté a contacté Chris Wiebe, mais n’a pas eu de réponse dans les délais exigés...

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

19 September 2023

CBC Manitoba - ...Dawson Trail candidate in 2019 said he plans to cast his ballot for the NDP. "This time in Dawson Trail, the NDP has a very strong candidate in Chris Wiebe," said Robert Rivard. "I know him, I really like him. I think he would be a fantastic MLA." Rivard, a current school trustee and former mayor of...

NDP seek to make Lorette rink centre of rural election faceoff

19 September 2023

Winnipeg Free Press - ...infrastructure this important and that’s why we’re making this commitment here today.” The party leader was joined by Dawson Trail candidate Chris Wiebe and Taché Mayor Armand Poirier, who told the gathered community volunteers and RM councillors if an NDP government is elected Oct. 3, the...

Manitoba’s alcohol markup system to get refresh

20 June 2023

Winnipeg Free Press - Manitoba’s markup system on alcohol will get a refresh beginning Canada Day, the provincial government announced Tuesday. The current provincial surcharge taking 30 cents per litre from breweries producing between 18,001 and 25,000 hectolitres of alcohol will be axed. The tax system caused local breweries and distilleries to pass costs to consumers or eat their losses, Warwaruk said. If a company made less product than the prior year, they were still paying the higher tax, Warwaruk noted. Spirit manufacturers that produce more than 25,000 litres annually will face a $1.25 surcharge; anyone smaller has a 27-cent surcharge.