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December 20, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - "In the late ‘60s Uncle Bob recorded a Christmas record and like many Winnipeg families, you probably owned one and haven’t heard it in decades. lineup that also includes Pac-Man Christmas Album and Christmas in Smurfland. In 1973, the choir headed into the studio, or rather, Westminster United Church, to record its one-and-only Christmas album for RCA Records. II, which features the likes of the Pumps, Kilowatt and Straw Dog, as "the greatest Christmas album in history." The Electric Chords — Manitoba Hydro's Christmas choir — still performs regularly every year.
November 29, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - His speech to the United Conservative Party convention in Calgary comes at the end of a bruising week of challenges to his leadership from across the conservative spectrum, and what he himself described as frank conversations about why he failed to win a majority in last month's election. Earlier in the week, Scheer had been blasted by party supporters in Montreal, including outright calls for his resignation. Conservative MP Ed Fast rises during Question Period in the House of Commons, in Ottawa on Friday, October 6, 2017. "The Conservative party at heart is a centrist party, and that's what voters want to see in a national party," she said. Scheer had sought Thursday to move forward from the question of his leadership with the appointment of Leona Alleslev as deputy Conservative leader.
October 10, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - Working-age women with mild disabilities who are employed made 24 per cent less than their male counterparts and 13 per cent less than women without disabilities. At the end of September, newly sworn-in NDP MLA Uzoma Asagwara (Union Station) boasted on Twitter about the diversity of the NDP caucus. At the end of September, newly sworn-in NDP MLA Uzoma Asagwara (Union Station) boasted on Twitter about the diversity of the NDP caucus. Working-age women with mild disabilities who are employed made 24 per cent less than their male counterparts and 13 per cent less than women without disabilities. Those with no disabilities had a higher median after-tax personal income ($39,000) than those with milder disabilities ($34,300) and those with more severe disabilities ($19,200)."
September 10, 2019
CBC Manitoba - ...defeated his NDP opponent by just 1,135 votes. In Spruce Woods, the newest Brandon riding, Cliff Cullen of the PCs ran against New Democrat Justin Shannon, Liberal Jennifer Harcus and Green candidate Gordon Beddome. Education minister Kelvin Goertzen defended the riding he's held since 2003. (John...
September 10, 2019
CBC Manitoba - ...reelected for a third term as the Progressive Conservative MLA for the riding. Cullen is the only candidate to have previously run in the riding. Justin Shannon, a previous president of the Brandon University Students Union, carried the NDP banner, while Jennifer Harcus represented the Liberals. Gordon...
September 5, 2019
My Westman - ...responses had to be condensed. Here, you can find the full responses from the Spruce Woods candidate who sent in a response. NDP candidate Justin Shannon, Green candidate Gordon Beddome and Liberal candidate Jennifer Harcus did not send in their responses before the Banner & Press's print deadline. If...
August 29, 2019
CTV - ...and that people should be concerned with the cuts to health care and education. SPRUCE WOODS In Spruce Woods, Cliff Cullen is the PC incumbent. Justin Shannon is running for the NDP. Jennifer Harcus is the Liberal candidate. Gordon Beddome is the Green Party...
August 15, 2019
Global News - “People in Manitoba are kinda tired of chaos and they’re wanting to keep things kind of the same and they’re wanting to keep things from exploding too big. “You’re going to see a lot of people who actually like Lamont, because he’s going to come in with financial plans and policies. He’s a Taurus — he’s in charge of monetary systems, he’s in charge of financial systems. “The Green party, over the next seven years, are going to do better than they’ve done in a while. Of course, if you don’t believe any of this stuff, you can always try to prognosticate using more… conventional methods.