Lisa Naylor

NDP candidate in the Wolseley Winnipeg race.

Lisa can be reached on social media, at lisa.naylor@mbndp.ca, or by calling 204-898-5041.

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Questionnaire Response

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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‘Status quo’ for open child-care facilities, but Manitoba’s reopening plan offers no next steps

April 29, 2020

CBC Manitoba - ...there may be more babysitters available for those going back to work. "Today's announcement leaves parents with many questions," Opposition NDP MLA Lisa Naylor (Wolseley) said in a statement. "Will they have access to child care if they have to return to work or will their fees be covered if they still...

Manitoba looking at childcare options as parents start returning to work

April 29, 2020

CTV - ...who needed childcare due to COVID-19. However, the Manitoba NDP said the measures don’t go far enough. In a statement sent Wednesday afternoon, Lisa Naylor, NDP MLA for Wolseley, said the measures still leaves parents with questions. "Will they have access to child care if they have to return to work...

Manitoba to ease some COVID-19 restrictions starting next week

April 29, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - ...still must work from home? Will parents' jobs be protected if they must stay home to care for their children?" asked New Democrat legislature member Lisa Naylor in a written statement. The province also released some numbers Wednesday based on modelling that health officials have done on the outbreak. ...

Rents frozen, non-urgent eviction hearings postponed by provincial government

March 24, 2020

Thompson Citizen - ...unit, or a landlord dealing with a situation where a tenant is conducting illegal activities from their rental unit.” NDP MLAs Adrien Sala and Lisa Naylor called March 23 for the province to freeze all evictions, foreclosures and notices of tenancy termination immediately and to offer interest-free...

Pallister plows ahead with provincial challenge to federal carbon tax

February 28, 2020

Winnipeg Sun - ...and we want to do it cooperatively.” He added he is still hopeful a resolution can be made as an act of strengthening unity on the prairies. Lisa Naylor, NDP Critic for the Environment and Climate Change, said the province should be concerning itself more with actually fighting climate change than...

Portfolio shift raises fears for endangered species

February 26, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - ...oversight of endangered species and ecosystems to the resource development department "is a cause for concern," said Conservation and Climate critic Lisa Naylor (NDP - Wolseley) "I can't imagine having the Conservation and Climate portfolio and not keeping endangered species and ecosystems at the...

Brian Pallister se prépare à négocier avec Ottawa sur la taxe carbone

February 19, 2020

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...l'opposition néo-démocrate juge que les initiatives annoncées manquent de concret. La critique de l'opposition en matière d'environnement, Lisa Naylor, déplore que les mesures du gouvernement Pallister n'aient aucun impact immédiat. Avec les informations de Patrick Foucault et de la Presse...

Pallister pledges $150M for new green initiatives

February 19, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - ...the issues of carbon that we ignore things like... contaminated mines that are polluting our province." NDP environment and climate change critic Lisa Naylor said she was concerned the premier has set no timeframe for his proposed environmental investments. "He hasn’t announced anything concrete. He...

Pallister still negotiating carbon tax

February 19, 2020

Winnipeg Sun - ...have a responsibility to work together between the province and the feds, to figure this out,” said NDP critic for Environment and Climate Change Lisa Naylor. “It’s really important to us as a party to keep the carbon tax at a number that’s affordable to Manitoba families but also has a real impact...

‘They have a voice, doesn’t give them a veto,’ Pallister on blockades

February 19, 2020

Winnipeg Free Press - ...even more costly, and then we won't ever be able to build anything ever again in this country," he said. NDP environment and climate change critic Lisa Naylor (Wolseley) said instead of complaining about the protesters and the level of dialogue, Pallister should try listening. "What I would like to see is...

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