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Winnipeg Free Press
Oct 9 5:31 PM 0
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Voting History

Winnipeg South Centre Voting History Chart


The Free Press invited all federal candidates to fill out a questionnaire about themselves, the issues affecting their communities, and what they hope to achieve in office.

Ten questions on the issues: Find out how your opinions compare with the candidates hoping to become your next MP.

The candidates, as people: Would-be MPs introduce themselves to you and describe their backgrounds, what made them decide to run in this election, and how they hope to solve the problems facing your community.


Linda Marynuk, Christian Heritage Party of Canada CHP

I am married to Jeff Marynuk. I have lived in Winnipeg for 37 years. I grew up on a Reserve and in a Christian home. My parents and grandparents from both sides of the family were Christian. They taught me about Christian values and biblical principles in life. I made a decision later on in my life to go back to my Christian roots and continue on the legacy left my parents and grandparents. People who know who I am can witness to that. I am a very compassionate person and I like to get along wit...

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Jane MacDiarmid, People's Party of Canada PPC

I was elected to the Charleswood/Tuxedo school board for four terms; I was elected to the Manitoba Association of School Trustees. I also ran for the Christian Heritage Party three times. I was asked by the PPC headquarters if I would apply to be a candidate for them this election. I have three children and eleven grandchildren. This is why I am passionate about running for the People’s party of Canada to keep Canada strong, free and safe for future generations. I was discouraged with the tr...

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Joyce Bateman, Conservative Party of Canada CON

As a Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South Center, I successfully worked with community and political leaders to win funding for many local infrastructure projects including the Waverley Underpass and the twinning of Taylor Avenue. I was able to help make rail crossings across Canada safer with a Private Members’ Bill on Rail Safety. I also have a strong working knowledge of public finance having served as the chair of the Finance/Audit committee during my 10 years of service on the school bo...

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James Beddome, Green Party of Canada GRN

I grew up on a small farm in Western Manitoba, but quickly realized that I talk way too much to be farmer so I moved to Winnipeg to become a lawyer. Now I run my own firm, Beddome and Longclaws Law Corporation, with my business partner Seneca Longclaws, where we focus on serving Indigenous people and Nations with respect to their legal needs.

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Jim Carr, Liberal Party of Canada LIB

I was born and raised in Winnipeg South Centre and have lived here almost all of my life. I began my career as an oboist and trustee with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and then became a journalist, working for the Winnipeg Free Press as an editorial writer and columnist, as well as for CBC Radio. I first entered public life in 1988 representing Fort Rouge in the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, while also the deputy leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party. After leaving provincial politics, I was t...

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Elizabeth Shearer, New Democratic Party NDP

I am a young leader who cares deeply about the health of our community, affordability and addressing climate change while creating good green jobs for people. I grew up in Winnipeg South Centre and have chosen to continue to live in this great community and am proud to call it my home.

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