Jeffrey Anderson

Liberal candidate in the St. Vital Winnipeg race.

Jeffrey can be reached on social media, at me@jeffreyanderson.ca, or by calling 204-691-0875.

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Jeffrey Anderson - St. Vital

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

I joined the Manitoba Liberal Party last year after being very disappointed and frustrated by our current two party system.  Half our population does not vote and many voters I have talked to honestly believe that regardless of whom you vote for nothing will ever change.   

Many have lost hope and have simply given up.  Which unfortunately creates a trap of their own doing.  By not having faith and a belief that things can improve, they never will.  I joined this election to show voters that together we can make a difference and that they are not alone.  

I joined to remind people that they are the most important thing in this election and their ability to vote is not something that should be ignored. We have the ability in this country to change our government, if we don’t like the direction it is going. So don’t throw that privilege away.  It is one of the only things in life that makes us all equal.

I am running as a Candidate because I believe I can make a difference.  I believe I can change things.  I need to change things for the future of my family and yours. 

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

As a former Civil Servant in the Department of Finance, I took an oath to put the needs of the Province and its citizens above my own personal desires in any conflict of interest.

However, when I discovered that a few individuals had broken that oath. I took action to expose their misappropriations only to be laid off by the same people I was investigating.

I have proven to myself and to my family that I will take action when required to do the right thing.

That I will fight against those that desire to abuse their privileges and take things that do not belong to them but actually belong to you.

You need people in Government that are willing to be honest and expose corruption.  You need people that will make the hard decisions and that you can trust with your finances.

That is why you should vote for me.

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

  • Environment – We cannot wait any longer to make changes to how we are consuming our resources. With two small children I have an obligation to not leave them to a world where they have no choices to make.
  • Jobs – We need to grow our economy and get people off or EIA. We cannot cut our way out of debt. We need to have more revenues and create more jobs. So people can make a life and a home here. It is important to me because I understand how difficult a job loss can be.
  • Education – we have some of the worst education scores in Canada. Investing in our youth and educators is one of the biggest returns on investment a society can have. A good education is the foundation for a successful life.
  • Healthcare – our system is broken and is not getting better. We need to finally start listening to what the employees in our Health Care system are telling us. That they can no longer provide the dignity of care that they are trained to do.

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

Most Manitobans are incredibly undecided this election. In 2016 many of us voted for the PC government because we were angry at the prior NDP government and their mismanagement and doubling of our debt.

However, you have options now that you really did not have in 2016. If you want real change you have to stop repeating the same behaviour and vote for me and the Manitoba Liberal Party.

The PC and NDP Party’s have had two decades of running this province. You know what they bring to the table and who they are. They are not going to change no matter how much they sweet talk you during this election.

It’s time to vote Liberal.  I am ready to make a difference.  Are you?

News that mentions Jeffrey Anderson

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QMJHL Roundup: Groulx, Wildcats beat Mooseheads for ninth win in a row

February 17, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - MONCTON, N.B. - Benoit-Olivier Groulx had three goals and an assist against his former team and Gabriel Fortier added a goal and two helpers as the Moncton Wildcats beat the Halifax Mooseheads 7-2 on Monday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play. Groulx, who was acquired in a trade with Halifax in late December, has 12 goals and 32 points in 19 games with Moncton. Jeremy McKenna, Alexander Khovanov and Elliot Desnoyers also scored for the Wildcats (41-12-1), who extended their win streak to nine games and improved to 14-0-1 in their last 15. D'Artagnan Joly and Jeffrey Burridge found the back of the net for the Mooseheads (18-31-4), who have lost nine in a row.

Eichel scores in overtime as Sabres beat Blue Jackets 2-1

February 1, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - Buffalo Sabres forward JAck Eichel (9) and goalie Carter Hutton (40) celebrate a 2-1- victory following the overtime period of an NHL hockey game against the Columbus Blue Jackets, Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020, in Buffalo, N.Y. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)BUFFALO, N.Y. - Jack Eichel scored 36 seconds into overtime, and the Buffalo Sabres stopped Columbus' six-game win streak with a 2-1 victory over the Blue Jackets on Saturday. Carter Hutton made 22 saves for his irst win since a 4-3 overtime victory against San Jose on Oct. 22. Playing their first game since Jan. 21, the Panthers were shut out for the first time this season. STARS 3, DEVILS 2, OTNEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Joe Pavelski scored 1:39 into overtime to lift Dallas over New Jersey. Arizona has lost all three games out of the break, including back-to-back overtime games at home.

Senators snap 7-game road skid with 5-2 win over Sabres

January 28, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - Ottawa Senators forward Tyler Ennis skates during the second period of the team's NHL hockey game against the Buffalo Sabres, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020, in Buffalo, N.Y. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)BUFFALO, N.Y. - Mike Reilly scored the go-ahead goal 8:48 into the third period, and the Ottawa Senators snapped a seven-game road skid with a 5-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night. Tyler Ennis had a goal and assist and Jean-Gabriel Pageau also scored for Ottawa, which had gone 0-4-3 on the road since a 5-2 win at Edmonton on Dec. 4. “To see him score that goal after the two blocked shots, I would love to see the camera on our bench. The three power-play goals were the most by Ottawa since a 4-3 overtime win at Winnipeg on Feb. 16, 2019. NOTES: Ottawa improved to 2-5-5 in its past 12, a slump that began after a 3-1 win over Buffalo on Dec. 23.

Hollywood-backed Quibi thinks you’ll pay for its video bites

January 8, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - The company behind this billion-dollar bet is Quibi (KWIH-bee), which is preparing to offer movies, shows and other short form video designed for viewing in short bursts on mobile devices. Company executives argued at CES that Quibi will offer the first entertainment platform designed exclusively for the phone. “That's the challenge.” Among other things, he noted, it's already possible for people to watch those other services in the same quick bites Quibi plans. Quibi executives at the CES gadget show in Las Vegas showed off technology on Wednesday designed to make video viewing on the phone easier. For instance, it will let you watch full-screen video whether you hold the phone upright or sideways.

Eichel converts penalty shot, Sabres beat Oilers 3-2

January 2, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - Eichel was awarded the penalty shot after Edmonton's Oscar Klefbom interfered with the Sabres' captain as he attempted to break in alone across the Oilers' blue line. Eichel then scored when he drove in on net from the left wing and snapped a shot inside the far post. BLUE JACKETS 2, BRUINS 1, OTBOSTON (AP) — Pierre-Luc Dubois scored 52 seconds into overtime, Elvis Merzlikins stopped 25 shots and Columbus beat Boston. Vatrano and Colton Sceviour scored 44 seconds apart in the final minute of the second period to put the game out of reach. Brad Richardson followed with his second goal and Carl Soderberg had his 12th a minute later.

Eichel scores career-high 4 goals, Sabres top Senators 4-2

November 16, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - Eichel shot early and often Saturday and had the first four-goal game of his career, leading the Sabres to a 4-2 win over the Ottawa Senators. Eichel shot early and often Saturday and had the first four-goal game of his career, leading the Sabres to a 4-2 win over the Ottawa Senators. Eichel opened the scoring 1:28 into the second period, using his speed in the right circle and beating Anderson high to the glove side. “We did just enough to be competitive, but we didn’t quite do enough to take control of that game,” Senators defenceman Mark Borowiecki said. “At the moment, all I can say is it’s a day-to-day situation.”NOTES: Sabres C Rasmus Asplund played in his first career game.

Letters, Sept. 18

September 18, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...century, it was said that "a fool and his money are soon parted." In today’s society maybe it should be, "A fool and their vote are soon parted." Jeffrey Anderson Winnipeg Ignorance breeds hatred Recent reports concerning the alleged hate-mongering by a former Canadian Army Reserve master corporal have...

A new era in St. Vital

September 16, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...NEWS/THE LANCE) According to unofficial election results from Elections Manitoba, Moses (NDP) won 4,081 votes; Mayer (PC) won 3,211; Jeffrey Anderson (MLP) won 1,271; Elizabeth Dickson (GPM) won 499; Baljeet Sharma (Ind.) 62; and David Sutherland (MF) won 60. "I feel honoured to have been...

Moses victorious in St. Vital

September 11, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...year’s provincial election. According to unofficial election results from Elections Manitoba, Moses (NDP) won 4,081 votes; Mayer (PC) won 3,211; Jeffrey Anderson (MLP) won 1,271; Elizabeth Dickson (GPM) won 499; Baljeet Sharma (Ind.) won 62; and David Sutherland (MF) won 60. “It feels great to be elected...

Every vote counts in St. Vital, where tight race expected after narrow PC win in 2016

September 6, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ...with a birthday cake. Then there's Jamie Moses, the NDP's candidate, who spent an anniversary date with his wife knocking on doors. And Liberal Jeffrey Anderson has put his money where his mouth is, donating the maximum $5,000 allowed to his campaign. Rematch will go down to the wire The dedication from...

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