Daljit Kainth

PC candidate in the Tyndall Park Winnipeg race.

Daljit can be reached on social media, at daljit79@gmail.com, or by calling 204-979-0786.

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News briefs for September 10, 2019

September 13, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...who represented Tyndall Park since 2011. With most polls reporting, Lamoureux was more than 1,000 votes ahead of Marcelino, with PC candidate Daljit Kainth finishing a distant third. “We did our best,” Marcelino, 72, said at the NDP’s northwest Winnipeg campaign office surrounded by friends and...

Tight-race roundup: Results of Manitoba’s battleground constituencies

September 10, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...who represented Tyndall Park since 2011. With most polls reporting, Lamoureux was more than 1,000 votes ahead of Marcelino, with PC candidate Daljit Kainth finishing a distant third. Read Full Story Tory incumbent Isleifson holds Brandon East Manitoba Progressive Conservative candidate Len Isleifson...

Les circonscriptions à surveiller aux élections provinciales 2019 | Élections Manitoba 2019

September 9, 2019

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...La circonscription reprend également une partie de l'ancien territoire de The Maples, bastion du NPD en 2016. TYNDALL PARK Candidats en Lice : Daljit Kainth (Parti progressiste-conservateur), Frank Komar (Parti communiste du Canada), Cindy Lamoureux, (Parti libéral), Fleur Mann (Parti vert), Ted...

10 ridings to watch in the Manitoba provincial election

August 28, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ...hands of the NDP and Ted Marcelino since it was created after the 2008 boundary changes. About a quarter of the riding is Filipino. Who is running? Daljit Kainth (PC), Frank Komarniski (Communist Party), Cindy Lamoureux (Liberal), Ted Marcelino (NDP), Fleur Mann (Green). Why is it in play? Marcelino won by...