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Lisa Naylor - Wolseley
1. Why did you decide to run in the Manitoba election?
I have served as the Ward 4 Trustee of Winnipeg school division since 2014. I’ve served as Vice Chair and Chair of the Finance and Personnel Committee and on the Executive of the Manitoba School Boards Association. Previously, I have been on the board of several community organizations including Klinic Community Health Centre and the UWSA daycare board.
In addition to volunteerism and political service, I have had a 30 year career working in community organizations and community health mostly as a mental health counsellor. As a counsellor I know that there is only so much I can do to help people who have experienced trauma or who are struggling due to social systems that make their lives more difficult – like racism, poverty, or other forms of systemic oppression. My desire to change the social systems that are the root cause is what motivated me to run for election the first two times as school trustee and why I am running now to be your next MLA.
2. Why should a voter consider electing you to represent them?
As your NDP candidate, I bring decades of frontline experience working with people, including the most marginalized people in our society. I also have the experience with budgets, policies and governance that I have gained working as your school trustee that has prepared me to do the same at the provincial level of government. I hope people will visit my website at LisaNaylor.ca to learn more about my experience and values.
3. What key issue(s) / topic(s) will you stand for in your role as MLA, and why are these important to you?
Health care, Education and Environment are the top three issues in this election. However, underlying all of that is my passion for my neighbourhood – for helping the West End, West Broadway and Wolseley address the poverty, housing and addiction issues that have been ignored by provincial government for too long.
4. Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?
The election is about you choosing the direction you want to see this province go. A vote for me and a vote for the NDP is a vote for fixing the health care system, having safer and healthier communities, and a good life for all of us. I’m excited to be part of a political party that has nominated many diverse candidates and is determined to increase the representation of women, people from newcomer communities and Indigenous people in the Legislature.
News that mentions Lisa Naylor
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December 30, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...re-elected to power, losing only two seats overall. In west Winnipeg, NDP were able to take some hotly contested seats. In Wolseley, NDP nominee Lisa Naylor defeated the Green Party of Manitoba (GPM) nominee David Nickarz by 917 votes. It was a grassroots campaign versus a national effort, as the GPM...
November 28, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...is still before the courts, where a provincial justice will consider the Public Services Sustainability Act as originally put forward. NDP MLA Lisa Naylor (Wolseley) brought forward a private member's bill to strengthen Manitoba's reduction targets for greenhouse gas emissions, stating if new targets...
September 27, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...requests.” The New Democrat caucus did attend the climate strike events as a group Friday, after their morning swearing-in ceremony for MLAs. Lisa Naylor, the MLA for Wolseley and the party’s newly-appointed environment and climate change critic, signalled their support in a written statement. ...
September 27, 2019
Winnipeg Sun - ...Marcelino: Immigration and the status of women critic. -Jamie Moses: Growth, enterprise and trade critic; spokesperson on affordability issues. -Lisa Naylor: Environment and climate change critic. -Adrien Sala: Manitoba Hydro critic; Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries critic; Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis...
September 23, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...to fill two vacancies on the board. On Sept. 10, former Ward 3 trustee Mark Wasyliw was elected as MLA for Fort Garry. Former Ward 4 trustee Lisa Naylor was elected as MLA for Wolseley. Returning trustees for the school year include: Jamie Dumont (Ward 1), Cindy Murdoch (Ward 5), Arlene Reid (Ward...
September 18, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...1,242 more than Richard. Adrien Sala is the new MLA for St. James. In Wolseley, Green Party of Manitoba favourite David Nickarz lost to the NDP’s Lisa Naylor. The NDP swept up St. James from the PCs and held on to its seat in Wolseley on election night. The NDP swept up St. James from the PCs and held...
September 14, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...of education for kids in the classroom." Yes, there were other issues. On concern around education in general, I note that former school trustee Lisa Naylor took the Wolseley constituency handily. As for other issues, again in Wolseley, voters decided that on environmental issues, the NDP record in...
September 13, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...the provincial election, but failed to win a seat. Green candidate David Nickarz, the party's best hope for a win, finished second to school trustee Lisa Naylor of the NDP in Wolseley. Beddome disagrees with the notion that the Green party spread itself too thinly by running so many candidates. He said the...
September 12, 2019
Winnipeg Free Press - ...School Division trustees will discuss holding a byelection to replace two of its trustees who were elected to the legislature this week. Lisa Naylor, a representative of Ward 4, and Mark Wasyliw, the Ward 3 representative, were both elected as NDP MLAs in Wolseley and Fort Garry, respectively. ...
September 12, 2019
CBC Manitoba - ... That brings the total number of female MLAs to 15, compared to 13 in 2016. The NDP also have the only openly gay MLA at the legislature, after Lisa Naylor was elected in Wolseley. More people of colour, fewer Indigenous MLAs In addition, seven MLAs at the legislature this fall will be persons of...