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Talking with Tanj

September 19, 2019

The Manitoban (UofM) - ...they are great individuals and I have no issues with them personally, but I don’t necessarily agree with their leaders’ politics,” she said. Dougald Lamont, a former staff researcher for UMSU who ran as the leader of the Liberal party personally requested Nagra put her name forward, and at that point,...

Lamont retains seat in St. Boniface

September 16, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...who finished in third. Green Party candidate Jaclyn Jeanson finished in fourth, and Manitoba Forward candidate Simone Fortier finished in fifth. Dougald Lamont will enter his first full term as the MLA for St. Boniface after being re-elected in the provincial election on Sept. 10. Dougald Lamont will enter...

Gerrard returned to River Heights

September 16, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...of three Grits. Despite the party losing one seat and official party status, Gerrard said the Liberals had strong support under the leadership of Dougald Lamont. The other two Liberal MLAs-elect are Lamont in St. Boniface and Cindy Lamoureux in Tyndall Park. "Clearly, this time around, compared to 2016, the...

Bit less than the same for Liberals

September 14, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...failed yet again to become a real contender for power in Manitoba. After all, the party had run what many saw as a solid campaign under new leader Dougald Lamont. Still, the result — 14 per cent of the popular vote, which yielded just three seats in the legislature — was not much different from the 2016...

News briefs for September 12, 2019

September 13, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...Leader Dougald Lamont says he would like to see the Manitoba Legislative Assembly change its rules around official party status -- which currently requires four seats -- to ensure the legislature isn't limited to two party options. The Liberals lost official party status on Tuesday, falling from four...

Liberals ponder future without official party status

September 12, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...she packed up Fletcher's office a few doors down the hall this summer. Two days after the provincial election results poured in, Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont is taking stock of his office that may be soon boxed away. Two days after the provincial election results poured in, Liberal Leader Dougald Lamont...

Manitoba Liberal leader stays on despite losing official party status

September 12, 2019

CBC Manitoba - Dougald Lamont says he plans to stay on as leader after the Manitoba Liberals lost official party status, retaining three seats in Tuesday's provincial election. The outcome was disappointing but the future of the party is secure, Lamont said. Brian Pallister's Progressive Conservatives won a second...

Manitoba Liberal leader staying on despite losing official party status

September 12, 2019

Winnipeg Sun - Dougald Lamont says he plans to stay on as leader after his Manitoba Liberals lost official party status, retaining three seats in Tuesday’s provincial election. Lamont says the outcome was disappointing but the future of the party is secure. Brian Pallister’s Progressive Conservatives won a second...

Manitoba Liberal leader staying on despite losing official party status

September 12, 2019

CTV - ... Kelly Geraldine Malone, The Canadian Press WINNIPEG - Dougald Lamont says he plans to stay on as leader after his Manitoba Liberals lost official party status, retaining three seats in Tuesday's provincial election. Lamont says the outcome was disappointing but the future of the party is secure. Brian...

Manitoba Liberal leader staying on despite losing official party status

September 12, 2019

Global News - Dougald Lamont says he plans to stay on as leader after his Manitoba Liberals lost official party status, retaining three seats in Tuesday’s provincial election. Lamont says the outcome was disappointing but the future of the party is secure. Brian Pallister’s Progressive Conservatives won a second...

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