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David Neufeld - Turtle Mountain
1. Why did you decide to run in the Manitoba election?
I’m ready to represent my neighbours. Not one of the other candidates lives in our constituency and I feel true, unbridled representation is key to citizen control of our governments. The Greens have got that and most everything in their platform right.
2. Why should a voter consider electing you to represent them?
I am in touch with our communities, have experience working on many boards locally and provincially. I am able to fully and freely represent our constituency. We have a great opportunity in this election to get two or three Green MLAs who can exert a very positive influence in minority government.
3. What key issue(s) / topic(s) will you stand for in your role as MLA, and why are these important to you?
Respectful municipal – provincial relations so we can get health care services and infrastructure projects happening as our local communities need them to happen. Also improved Indigenous – provincial relations happening so that reconciliation processes are prioritized to benefit us all. And, creating greater incentives to help us make changes toward improving how we can live with natural systems.
4. Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?
The rural area I wish to represent gets little attention from the province. Partly this is due to our tendency to vote for a Conservative MLA come hell or high water. I believe we will get attention once we vote differently. I’m ready to lead that difference.
Also, the Greens will push hard for Electoral Reform to ensure our individual votes count toward creating more responsive governments for future generations.
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TRAINING CAMP PREVIEW: Breaking down the Blue Bombers roster as preparations finally begin for 2021 CFL season
July 9, 2021
Winnipeg Sun - Share this Story: TRAINING CAMP PREVIEW: Breaking down the Blue Bombers roster as preparations finally begin for 2021 CFL seasonTRAINING CAMP PREVIEW: Breaking down the Blue Bombers roster as preparations finally begin for 2021 CFL season Photo by Kevin King / Winnipeg SunArticle content Well, here we finally are. Advertisement Story continues below This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content Finally, 595 days after the Winnipeg Blue Bombers last gathered on a football field, they will reconvene Saturday morning for the first day of training camp for the 2021 CFL season. Advertisement Story continues below This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Advertisement Story continues below This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.
February 27, 2020
Winnipeg Sun - Brier championships: NoneCTRS Ranking: 5Seeding: 4The Skinny: This team has lost the final at the last two Briers and pushed Koe to the absolute limit last year. Brier championships: NoneCTRS Ranking: 23Seeding: 10The Skinny: This team has tons of Brier experience but has not been able to win it all. Brier championships: NoneCTRS Ranking: 20Seeding: 9The Skinny: A decent year on the cash tour has this team playing well heading into the Brier. Brier Championships: NoneCTRS Ranking: 68Seeding: 12The Skinny: A young team of Brier rookies, this team will likely have it’s hands full against the biggest names in curling. Brier championships: NoneCTRS Ranking: 151Seeding: 14The Skinny: Scoffin had a strong junior career, once losing the Canadian final to Dunstone while representing Alberta.
February 27, 2020
Winnipeg Free Press - - A team-by-team look at the field for the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier, including skip, teammates, home club, background information and ranking:Team CanadaSkip: Kevin KoeTeammates: B.J. Background: Koe will try to win his record fifth Tim Hortons Brier as a skip. 5Team British ColumbiaSkip: Steve Laycock (throws third)Teammates: Jim Cotter (throws fourth), Andrew Nerpin (second) and Rick Sawatsky (lead) from the Vernon Curling Club and Kelowna Curling Club. Background: Gushue won the 2017 Brier title in his hometown of St. John's. Skip: Glenn HowardTeammates: Scott Howard (third), David Mathers (second) and Tim March (lead) from the Penetanguishene Curling Club in Penetanguishene, Ont.
February 14, 2020
Winnipeg Free Press - The start of CFL free agency Tuesday gave general managers their first real chance to begin re-tooling their teams for the 2020 season. The Argos solidified their quarterback corps prior to free agency, re-signing McLoed-Bethel Thompson and adding former Winnipeg starter Matt Nichols. LionsGM Ed Hervey had many needs entering free agency with B.C. Calgary StampedersRarely a player on the first day of free agency in previous years, president/GM John Hufnagel addressed his needs early, signing five players alone Tuesday. Before free agency, the GM extended Canadian offensive lineman David Beard and starting quarterback Trevor Harris.
January 27, 2020
Winnipeg Free Press - Jan. 20 – Bombers sign all-star left tackle Stanley Bryant to a one-year contract extension. Jan. 20 – Bombers sign American defensive end Justin Alexandre and American linebacker Dylan Donahue. Jan. 20 – Bombers re-sign American defensive back Nick Taylor, while also adding American defensive end Alex McCalister. Jan. 27 – Bombers sign quarterback Zach Collaros to a two-year contract. It’s a well-deserved promotion for Young, who played a pivotal role in building an impressive Bombers defensive group in 2019.
December 12, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - They were like, ‘I want my Christmas tree! "My dad was a bit of a cheapskate, so he liked to wait until Dec. 23 to get our tree," Scott says, dressed in his usual work attire, boots, ski-pants and a red-and-black checkered lumberjack coat. Last year, Sharon, who didn’t provide her last name, picked up her family Christmas tree from a big-box store, at the tail end of a grocery run. Along with Christmas trees, shoppers can also pick small items like locally made candles from Barletta Beeswax. email@example.comPete’s Trees has quickly become a neighbourhood favourite.
GREY CUP GLORY: Bombers finally end 28-year championship drought with convincing win over Tiger-Cats
November 24, 2019
Winnipeg Sun - “It’s crazy, man, it’s nuts,” Demski said after hoisting the Grey Cup with confetti flying around the stage. Al Charest/PostmediaA dejected Hamilton Tiger-Cats quarterback Dane Evans walks off the field as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers celebrate in the background. The Bombers defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 33-12 at the 107th Grey Cup in Calgary Sunday, November 24, 2019. (Photo by Derek Leung/Getty Images)Share: Blue Bombers 2019 Grey Cup champs! “This is where you want to end up every year, as Grey Cup champions.
August 28, 2019
Pembina Valley Online - ...such as Melita, Boissevain, Pilot Mound and Manitou. Candidates include Richard Davies for the Liberals, Angie Herrera-Hildebrand for the NDP, David Neufeld for the Green Party, and Doyle Piwnuik for the PC party. Election day is September...