August 2, 2015


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Bruinooge takes Winnipeg South again

Winnipeg South Conservative candidate Rod Bruinooge has done it again.

And it wasn't even close.

Incumbent MP Rod Brunooge, right, celebrates with a good friend Amarjeet Warraich.

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Incumbent MP Rod Brunooge, right, celebrates with a good friend Amarjeet Warraich.

The 38-year-old Bruinooge held off a strong campaign by Liberal Terry Duguid to win the Winnipeg South seat a third time.

Unofficial results from 135 of the riding's 167 polls put the 38-year-old Bruinooge back in Parliament by a dominant margin over Duguid.

Bruinooge first won the seat in 2006 when he defeated incumbent candidate Reg Alcock.

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