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18 September 2023
Global News - ...provincial election on Oct. 3. Visit this page on election night for a complete breakdown of up to the minute results. Candidates PC Manitoba: Trevor King New Democratic Party: Dan Rugg Liberal: Neil...
Le NPD du Manitoba veut accélérer le recrutement international de professionnels en santé | Élections au Manitoba 2023
15 September 2023
Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...et de renforcer les industries agroalimentaires et de la pêche au Manitoba. Le candidat du Parti progressiste-conservateur pour Lakeside, Trevor King, croit que des investissements comme ceux-ci vont créer des centaines d’emplois à temps plein dans les régions de Lakeside et d'Entre-les-Lacs....
15 September 2023
Winnipeg Free Press - ...and strengthen the overall industry by leveraging cost-sharing opportunities with the federal government. Goertzen was joined by Lakeside candidate Trevor King at Sapphire Springs in the RM of Rockwood to make the announcement. Sapphire Springs is building a $200-million Arctic char fish farm in the...
13 September 2023
Winnipeg Free Press - ...Trudy Schroeder (NDP) • Kirkfield Park — Dennis Bayomi (Green); Kevin Klein (PC); Rhonda Nichol (Lib.); Logan Oxenham (NDP) • Lakeside — Trevor King (PC); Dan Rugg (NDP); Neil Stewart (Lib.) • McPhillips — Jasdeep Devgan (NDP); Umar Hayat (Lib.); Sheilah Restall (PC) • Midland — Hannah...
8 September 2023
CBC Manitoba - One report proposes a new route connecting the Castlebury Meadows and Waterford Green neigbhourhoods to the Garden City Shopping Centre. Winnipeg Transit manager of service development Bjorn Radstrom says expanding bus service when there is already a driver shortage is 'not a great idea.' (Trevor Brine/CBC)Buses require collector streets, which are built wider, with thicker pavement than local residential streets, Radstrom said in an interview. In the developing Aurora neighbourhood, the nearest transit service would require a two-kilometre walk, one report notes. "So to expand service when we already have a shortage would be, obviously, not a great idea," Radstrom said.