Danielle Adams

NDP candidate in the Thompson Northern Manitoba race.

Danielle can be reached on social media, at danielle.adams@mbndp.ca, or by calling 204-939-0460.

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Questionnaire Response

Danielle Adams - Thompson

1. Why did you decide to run in the Manitoba election?

I decided to stand for office after watching the Pallister attacks on nurses, teachers,
front line government workers and labour in general and watching as Kelly Bindle stood
silent while 500 union jobs left our community and listening to him support his
government as they pitted union against union in an attempt to destabilize the solidarity
of healthcare workers. Kelly did nothing to help me when I fought for additional childcare
spaces here in Thompson and he did nothing to assist the people living and working
along the Bayline during the 18 long months they were cut off from the rest of the
province. I am running to protect our heathcare system, our children’s
education and our Northern way of life and I commit to working tirelessly to speak up for
the people of Thompson and all northern communities. I will ensure that the voices of
our Indiginous partners are heard loud and clear in the halls of the Legislature.

2. Why should a voter consider electing you to represent them?

I would like the voter to think about their vision of Northern Manitoba. Pallister has shown his colours and is attacking working people from all angles, while protecting his rich friends and business contacts. Now that he has cut healthcare, education, and important Northern programs, Pallister is floating the idea that we should privatize Manitoba Hydro and I remember how our phone bills increased after the PC’s sold off MTS to their rich friends. He is test driving disbanding MPIC, so that his friends and partners in the insurance industry can get rich off your increased premiums. And Mr. Bindle’s record shows that he will not stand with you and your pocketbook on these issues.

3. What key issue(s) / topic(s) will you stand for in your role as MLA, and why are these important to you?

I have been a long term advocate for more good quality childcare spaces and I will continue to champion this basic need. I  will work with all legislators to encourage a change our approach to negotiations with First Nations peoples and will continue to advocate for the adoption of the principles presented in UNDRIP. I will work to have an after hours clinic set up here in Thompson to reduce the burden on our hospital emergency room. In general, I commit to working tirelessly to speak up for
the people of Thompson and all northern communities. I will ensure that the voices of our Indiginous partners are heard loud and clear in the halls of the Legislature and I will continue to listen to each and everyone of you to find out what really matters.

4. Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?

I love the north with its ruggedness and diversity. I was raised here and I want it to remain a vibrant and strong part of Manitoba with economic opportunities for everyone who wants to live here. A vote for me is a vote to keep this a strong and viable community for many many years to come.

News that mentions Danielle Adams

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Vikings pick up 5 additions to Pro Bowl, including Cousins

January 21, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - The NFL announced Tuesday that quarterback Kirk Cousins, defensive end Everson Griffen, fullback C.J. Running back Dalvin Cook, defensive end Danielle Hunter and safety Harrison Smith were originally selected for the exhibition Sunday in Orlando, Florida. With San Francisco reaching the Super Bowl, defensive end Nick Bosa, fullback Kyle Juszczyk, tight end George Kittle and cornerback Richard Sherman automatically dropped out from the 49ers. That opened spots for Griffen, Ham, Rhodes and Atlanta tight end Austin Hooper. Chark (Tyreek Hill), Tennessee quarterback Ryan Tannehill (Patrick Mahomes), Jacksonville defensive end Josh Allen (Frank Clark) and Tennessee defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (Chris Jones).

Winter weather testing and northern filmmaking need more government support, finance minister told

January 21, 2020

Thompson Citizen - ...to be going pretty strong in the south,” she told the Citizen. “They need some help to get the industry up here and working.” Thompson MLA Danielle Adams said in a Jan. 15 news release that the consultation, held late on a Monday afternoon, was poorly advertised and not well-attended as a result. She...

Province plans private sector for Manitoba Housing future

January 17, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - ...says it has a meeting scheduled March 3 with Stefanson to discuss the issue. Friday’s news also drew sharp criticism from NDP housing critic Danielle Adams. "Safe, affordable housing is the first step to solving so many of the safety, addition and health-care issues we see in our province. That’s why...

2019 AP NFL All-Pro team rosters and voting

January 3, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - Gray, New OrleansResults of the AP NFL All-Pro balloting:OffenceQuarterbackLamar Jackson, Baltimore, 47; Russell Wilson, Seattle, 3. Tight EndGeorge Kittle, San Francisco, 33; Travis Kelce, Kansas City, 17. Right TackleRyan Ramczyk, New Orleans, 30; Mitchell Schwartz, Kansas City, 13; Lane Johnson, Philadelphia, 3; Trent Brown, Oakland, 2; La'el Collins, Dallas, 1; Brian O'Neill, Minnesota, 1. CornerbacksStephon Gilmore, New England, 50; Tre'Davious White, Buffalo, 38; Richard Sherman, San Francisco, 10; Marcus Peters, Baltimore, 1; Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans, 1. SPECIAL TEAMSPlacekickerJustin Tucker, Baltimore, 34; Josh Lambo, Jacksonville, 11; Wil Lutz, New Orleans, 3; Harrison Butker, Kansas City, 2.

ON Football: A how-to guide to getting to the Super Bowl

December 18, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - NEW ORLEANS (11-3)WHERE THEY ARE: Winners of the NFC South and in contention for home-field edge throughout the conference playoffs. POTENTIAL OUTCOME: The Saints have everything you need to win a Super Bowl. KEY PLAYERS: The offensive players mentioned above, pass rushers Chris Jones and Frank Clark, and all the cornerbacks. WHAT THEY NEED: Much less charity in pass defence; the secondary is suspect. Teams also can pass on the secondary, so Harold Landry must remain a force as a pass rusherPOTENTIAL OUTCOME: Staying home in January.

Texans grab AFC South lead with 24-21 victory over Titans

December 15, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - (AP Photo/James Kenney)NASHVILLE - The Houston Texans grabbed control of the AFC South by beating the Tennessee Titans 24-21 Sunday. Deshaun Watson threw for 243 yards and two touchdowns, but Tennessee also intercepted him twice inside the Titans 1. Brady had touchdown passes of 23 and 7 yards that left him with 538 for his career, one shy of Peyton Manning's record. The Bengals (1-13) got a touchdown pass from Dalton that ended a streak of 20 straight games without reaching the end zone on their opening drive. COWBOYS 44, RAMS 21ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Dak Prescott threw two touchdown passes and Ezekiel Elliott ran for two scores.

49ers lose in wild finish but end six-year playoff drought

December 15, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - The San Francisco 49ers have ended a six-year playoff drought even though they lost to the Atlanta Falcons 29-22 in a wild finish in which they allowed 12 points in the final two seconds. The Cowboys' win also put the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks into the playoffs. The running game for the Los Angeles Rams isn't quite what it was in a playoff win over the Dallas Cowboys last season. The Los Angeles Chargers' season was perfectly summed up with one play near the end of the first half against Minnesota. 11 a.m.Five teams are in position to clinch playoff berths in Week 15 of the NFL schedule.

On chilly parade day, Bombers feeling nothing but warmth

November 26, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - I couldn't be happier for the fans of Winnipeg and Bombers fans all across Canada and the world. (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press) Fans celebrate at the Grey Cup parade. (Mike Sudoma / Winnipeg Free Press) - Fans celebrate at the Grey Cup parade. (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press) - Winnipeg Blue Bomber running back Andrew Harris signs autographs during the parade. (Danielle DaSilva / Winnipeg Free Press) - Fans celebrate with Bombers players.

City roars love for its champions

November 26, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - (Danielle DaSilva / Winnipeg Free Press) - Winnipeg streets were packed with hundreds of Bombers fans that came out to cheer on the Grey Cup champions. (John Woods / The Canadian Press) - Winnipeg Blue Bombers celebrate their Grey Cup win with teammates and thousands of fans. (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press) - Winnipeg Blue Bomber running back Andrew Harris signs autographs during the parade. (John Woods / The Canadian Press) - CP Fans celebrate with Bombers players. (John Woods / The Canadian Press) - CP Fans celebrate with Bombers players.

Huge advantage in outlying communities accounted for most of NDP MLA’s margin of victory in election

November 1, 2019

Thompson Citizen - ...NDP MLA Danielle Adams received the most votes in three times as many voting areas in the Sept. 10 provincial election than Progressive Conservative candidate Kelly Bindle, the incumbent MLA who was seeking to become the first PC MLA for Thompson to win re-election. Elections Manitoba official results...

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