Members of Winnipeg South Centre NDP are invited to our Annual General Meeting.
- Date: Sunday, April 27, 2014
- Time: 1:30p.m. – Registration 2:00p.m.
2:30p.m. – Call to Order
- Place: Wildwood Community Centre
271 North Drive
Multpurpose Room, 2nd Floor
Guest Speaker – Pat Martin MP
This Saturday August 10, 2013 between 2pm and 4pm at The Grove Pub and Restaurant, 164 Stafford St.
An opportunity to have a discussion with our Immigration Critic.
Facebook for more details.
We had our AGM June 10th, 2013.
Rebecca Blakie, President of the Federal Party, was the guest speaker.
A new Executive was elected.
Building a Prairie Breakthrough for Canada’s NDP
Date: Saturday, February 16th
Place: Sir John Franklin Community Centre Gym
1 Sir John Franklin Road
Daytime Event: 10:00am to 4:30pm
- 10:30am Tom Muclair, Leader of Canada’s NDP
- 1:30pm campaign skills training
Evening Event: Breakthrough Bash with Megan Leslie
An exciting Cabaret of Political Satire and more…
Featuring live performances by:
– Adi Sara Kreindler
– Rollin Penner and the Traveling Medicine Show
– When the Boy Wakes
and DJ BeezKnees!
Tickets are only $10 (further donations will be welcome).
You can get your tickets at the door.
Winnipeg South Centre NDP Former Candidates’ Forum
Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Place: University of Winnipeg, Room Number 2M73
Please join us for an evening of discussion with Dr. Lloyd Penner and Mark Wasyliw, two former candidates in Winnipeg South Centre.
These two speakers will share their experiences running as candidates and will help lead some discussion about other current events in Canadian politics.
All are welcome to attend.
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Charmaine Borg, NDP MP for Terrebonne-Blainville, will be in Winnipeg to dicuss issues of importance to youth and her Private Member’s bill to restore funding for the Katimavik Program.
- Friday, August 10th, 2012
- Just Jazz
- 240 Portage Ave, Winnipeg
- Open to the public.
- In addition to Charmaine speaking and taking questions, there will be entertainment.
- For more info contact Phil Jarman
We had a turnout of about 25 members. The elections produced a full executive with gender parity.
Phil Jarman reported on the Spring Election and will be posting on the Web site an analysis of the election results comparing this election with 2008. The analysis does show that the the NDP did not have a significant effect on the Conservative win. Most of our gains appear to have come from the Green Party.
Pat Martin talked about our new Caucus and how impressed he is with its new members. We had a lively discussion of various Federal issues.