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Hrynyk to run for Old Kildonan council seat

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School trustee Suzanne Hrynyk, seen here speaking at the grand opening of King Edward School's new playground, will run for city council.

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School trustee Suzanne Hrynyk, seen here speaking at the grand opening of King Edward School's new playground, will run for city council. Photo Store

Winnipeg School Division board chair Suzanne Hrynyk said today that she will run for a city council seat in the Old Kildonan ward in October’s municipal election.

The 49-year-old Hrynyk has been a school trustee for eight years.

A supporter of bus rapid transit, Hrynyk said she will make infrastructure renewal a top priority. She lives just outside the ward, but will move into Old Kildonan once elected, said Hrynyk. She is a long-time New Democrat, Hrynyk said, but will not carry a party label in her campaign.

The seat is now held by Devi Sharma.

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