PC candidate in the Fort Rouge Winnipeg race.
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Edna Nabess - Fort Rouge
1. Why did you decide to run in the Manitoba election?
I want to make a difference for my generation as well as for my children and grandchildren generations. We need to address today’s issues in a balanced way without putting our future generations in jeopardy. As a proud mother of five and grandmother of twelve, I want to make our province, country and world a better place for them.
2. Why should a voter consider electing you to represent them?
I believe my life experiences will serve me well in representing the great people of Fort Rouge. I was born and raised in a large family with very little in terms of material things. We worked hard together as a family and were taught to be self sufficient. I have owned and operated my own family businesses – most recently White Feather CreeAtions in the Pas for 20 years and then opened my Winnipeg store CreeAtions and Artists Showcase in Winnipeg 12 years ago. During this time I have raised my children as a single parent and now I am a proud grandparent who loves to be involved in their lives. I have since transferred the stores to my children but still design and create the authentic clothing for the stores
I have the privilege to sit on five important boards (MPI, Efficiency Manitoba, ATTELEC, Social Services, Manitoba 150 and the Winnipeg Police Board. This valuable experience will help guide me as an MLA. I proud to have been nominated and received the Indigenous Leadership Award and the BMO Expansion and Growth Business Award and the Canada 150 Medal.
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 covered the entire constituency and have listened to the local issues and they are wide ranging from education, childcare, healthcare, taxes, affordability. We need to find balance to address these issues today with burdening our next generations.
4. Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?
I would be my honour to serve the constituents of Fort Rouge. Those that know me know I will work tirelessly to be their strong voice for them as we move Manitoba forward.
News that mentions Edna Nabess
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Year in Review 2019
December 30, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...onto the realigned riding, beating out five other contenders. Kinew, leader of the Manitoba NDP, earned 5,031 votes or 51.1 per cent. The PC’s Edna Nabess was runner up with 1,854 votes. Redevelopment of Osborne Village Inn passes first test The developers behind a massive residential mixed-use...
Greens vow to decriminalize illicit drugs
September 21, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...on the campaign trail after an unsuccessful run for MLA in the Fort Rouge constituency, coming in third behind Progressive Conservative candidate Edna Nabess and the New Democrat winner, leader Wab Kinew. The Greens have yet to win a seat at any level of government in Manitoba. "I get another kick at...
Southwest Winnipeg sticks with incumbents
September 16, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...onto the realigned riding, beating out five other contenders. Kinew, leader of the Manitoba NDP, earned 5,031 votes or 51.1 per cent. The PC’s Edna Nabess was runner up with 1,854 votes, followed by Green Party leader James Beddome (1,579), Cyndy Friesen (Lib. - 1,285), Michael McCracken (MF - 54) and...
It’s not easy being Green
September 13, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...the NDP's Wab Kinew in a battle of party leaders, Beddome finished third with 1,579 votes, to Kinew's 5,031 and Progressive Conservative candidate Edna Nabess's 1,854. In addition to Nickarz's runner-up finish in Wolseley, the Greens also finished second in Morden-Winkler and Turtle Mountain. Green...
Les circonscriptions à surveiller aux élections provinciales 2019 | Élections Manitoba 2019
September 9, 2019
Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...en lice : James Beddome (Parti vert), Cindy Friesen (Parti libéral), Wab Kinew (Nouveau Parti démocratique), Michael McCracken (Manitoba First), Edna Nabess (Parti progressiste-conservateur) Fort Rouge verra deux chefs s’affronter, Wab Kinew et James Beddome. En 2016, alors nouveau en politique. Wab...
News in brief: Folklorama anniversary celebration kicks off
July 26, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ... Assiniboine Park Zoo will close at 1:00 p.m. on Sept. 13 to set up for the event. More information is available at assiniboineparkzoo.ca/brew Edna Nabess carrying PC banner in Fort Rouge The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba has formally announced its candidate in the riding of Fort Rouge. ...
Soaring 2019 homicide rate pushing investigators’ overtime
June 14, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...to homicide investigations has totalled more than 9,200 hours — the equivalent of 4.3 full-time employees. During Friday's meeting, board members Edna Nabess and Brian Scharfstein said city police shouldn’t let cost control affect their work. Nabess suggested the WPS should be given an "unlimited"...
‘Fatigue is a concern for us’ as homicide investigations burn up Winnipeg police overtime hours, chief says
June 14, 2019
CBC Manitoba - ...I would be under at the end of the year." Cover OT costs: police board members At a meeting of the Winnipeg Police Board on Friday, board members Edna Nabess and Brian Scharfstein called on the city to cover whatever overtime costs were necessary to investigate homicides. Police board chair Coun. Kevin...
Spike in homicides forces police to clock massive overtime
June 14, 2019
Winnipeg Sun - ...struck a chord with some members of the Winnipeg Police Board. “You should have an unlimited budget because of the work that you do,” said Edna Nabess, during the meeting. Winnipeg Police Board chair Kevin Klein said he values his colleague’s passion for community safety but believes budget...