Doyle Piwniuk

PC candidate in the Turtle Mountain Southern Manitoba race.

Doyle can be reached on social media, at doylepiwniuk@mymts.net, or by calling 204-851-3017.

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Municipal Leaders Call For Increased Funding For Libraries And Shelters

December 24, 2019

Pembina Valley Online - ...Valley Mayors and Reeves, also known as PVRAM met with Health Minister and Morden-Winkler MLA Cameron Friesen, Borderland MLA Josh Guenter and Doyle Piwniuk, MLA for Turtle Mountain. One of the issues local municipal leaders raised with their provincial counterparts was the need for increased provincial...

Pallister wins seat as Manitoba PCs take early lead in election, CBC News projects

September 10, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ...Park. Other projected winners for the PCs are Josh Guenter in Borderland, Wayne Ewasko in Lac du Bonnet, Greg Nesbitt in Riding Mountain, and Doyle Piwniuk in Turtle Mountain. PC campaign promises touched on many traditional conservative issues like tax cuts and reducing government bureaucracies. But...

Writ Has Dropped, Onto Campaigning For Provincial Election Candidates

August 13, 2019

Pembina Valley Online - ...will include incumbent Dennis Smook of the PC Party, Liberal Lorena Mitchell, and the NDP's Erin McGee. In Turtle-Mountain incumbent Tory MLA Doyle Piwniuk will be challenged by Richard Davies of the Liberal Party and Angie Herrera-Hildebrand of the NDP. Voting will take place Sept....

ER closures could deliver unpleasant diagnosis for Tory incumbents

July 22, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...how Martin ended up running in McPhillips. RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES Shannon Martin (left) with Premier Brian Pallister and MLA Doyle Piwniuk following the 2014 byelection that saw the two MLAs win. Martin was the big loser in the game of politically motivated musical chairs that took...