Former Winnipeg mayor Glen Murray to announce decision on making another run

Murray was Winnipeg's mayor from 1998 to 2004, when he resigned to run for federal politics

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Former Winnipeg mayor Glen Murray says he'll announce his decision Wednesday on whether or not he wants another chance at the job.

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This article was published 22/06/2022 (231 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

Former Winnipeg mayor Glen Murray says he’ll announce his decision Wednesday on whether or not he wants another chance at the job.

There has been speculation about whether Murray will enter the 2022 race to replace Mayor Brian Bowman, and his name has come up in recent mayoral polls.

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“It was amazing how people just came together,” says Glen Murray, mayor of Winnipeg in 2001. “There’s something very much in… the DNA of our community. We don’t even have to ask people to pitch in. I hope we never lose that.” (John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press files)

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