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This article was published 10/9/2019 (212 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
The residents of St. Boniface have again elected Liberal leader Dougald Lamont to represent them in the Manitoba legislature.
Shortly after polls closed Tuesday, Elections Manitoba's initial results showed Lamont was slated to defeat New Democrat Laurissa Sims, Progressive Conservative Megan Hoskins and Jaclyn Jeanson of the Green Party of Manitoba.
Lamont first won the southeast Winnipeg constituency in the August 2018 byelection — nine months after he secured the party's leadership. (The seat opened up when former New Democrat premier Greg Selinger resigned.)