Jeff Wharton

PC candidate in the Red River North Southern Manitoba race.

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Incumbents rewarded in northeast

September 13, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - 115 votes, 4,029 to 3,914. North of the Perimeter Highway in the new constituency of Red River North, which includes the RM of East St. Paul, Jeff Wharton was elected by a wide margin, receiving 5,566 votes, while Chris Pullen (NDP) received 2,387. “Manitobans, in particular in Red River North,...

NDP sweep in northern Manitoba, while rural south stays blue, CBC projects

September 10, 2019

CBC Manitoba - ...seats A number of Progressive Conservative cabinet ministers are projected to win their rural seats. In the riding of Red River North, Tory Jeff Wharton of the PCs is projected by CBC News to defeat New Democrat Chris Pullen and Liberal Noel Ngo. CBC News projects Tory incumbent Cameron Friesen will...

Moderator dropped from green forum over NDP concerns

September 5, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...ratepayers are losing millions due to "ill-conceived" projects the NDP agreed to while in power. PC candidates Derek Johnson (Interlake-Gimli) and Jeff Wharton (Red River North) raised the spectre of higher hydro rates and new provincial debt if the NDP were to follow through with a plan to invest more in...

Burzuik pushing for accountability in Red River North

August 30, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...and disillusioned with the provincial government over a number of recent wastewater projects in the Interlake. “I ran protests against our MLA, Jeff Wharton,” Burzuik said. “Nobody listened. I’m a business owner who gives back to my community. If he’s not going to talk to me, what kind of voice...

Wharton running for election in new riding

August 29, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...continuing on.” In 2016, Wharton was elected as MLA for Gimli. The Winnipeg Beach resident had previously served on his local municipal council. Jeff Wharton is the Progressive Conservative candidate for the new provincial riding of Red River North. Jeff Wharton is the Progressive Conservative candidate...

Premier knows his way around blackout law

August 8, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...does have, at its core, some worthy intent. RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Premier Brian Pallister (from left), Municipal Relations Minister Jeff Wharton, federal Minister of International Trade Diversification Jim Carr, Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman, and Liberal MP Terry Duguid take part in the ribbon...

Manitoba municipalities put focus on growth with next government

August 8, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...a head start on your day? Get the day’s breaking stories, weather forecast, and more sent straight to your inbox every morning. Sign Up Gimli MLA Jeff Wharton, the minister of municipal relations until the writ drops in August, attended the announcement and heard the AMM's asks firsthand. While Wharton...

Premier refutes criticism he flouted blackout rules

August 7, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...Click to Expand RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Waverley Underpass announcement Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister, Municipal Relations Minister Jeff Wharton, federal Minister of International Trade Diversification Jim Carr, Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman, and Liberal MP Terry Duguid take part in the ribbon...

Le passage inférieur de la rue Waverley sera ouvert un an plus tôt que prévu

August 6, 2019

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...d’une cérémonie de coupure de ruban mardi. Le premier ministre du Manitoba, Brian Pallister, le ministre des Relations avec les municipalités, Jeff Wharton, ainsi que les députés libéraux fédéraux Jim Carr et Terry Duguid, ont également assisté à la cérémonie. Le passage inférieur remplacera...

Letters, Aug. 1

August 1, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...are light-years ahead of Winnipeg in their sewer project, as ordered by government. However, they are being forced by Municipal Relations Minister Jeff Wharton to hook up to the North End treatment plant. As stated by Wharton and quoted in the Selkirk Record, this was a more secure decision than Selkirk. He...

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