Thanks for your support of Julia and the NDP

Julia received 10,064 votes which was 20.6% of the votes in this riding. It was very close to the highest percentage but was the largest vote count that the NDP has received in this riding.

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10th Anniversary of Jack Layton’s passing, Aug 22, 2011

A wonderful celebration of Jack’s life. I found his speech in the House of Commons when the Government apologized for residential schools addresses today’s issue of unmarked graves at 21:45

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A Liberal majority could mean a more centrist government

Rabble.ca’s Parliament reporter, Karl Nerenberg, breaks down what a Trudeau majority could actually look like, reminding readers how previous Liberal majorities have always steered to the right. 

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Julia Riddell, our 2021 Candidate

I am grateful to be given this opportunity to serve my community. I am a practising clinical psychologist and an assistant professor at the University of Manitoba. I originally became a member of the NDP in 2017. I grew up in Southern Ontario and completed my honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology & Neuroscience with a minor in Peace Studies at McMaster University. During this time, I had the privilege of doing community organizing and volunteering with numerous organizations including the Hamilton Freeskool, the Skydragon Community Centre, the Hamilton Centre for Teaching Peace, and the Victorian Order of Nurses. I completed my Masters and PhD at York University in Toronto, with a focus on doing community-based research that would benefit youth, Indigenous peoples, and those with mental health challenges. I moved to Winnipeg in 2018 to complete my residency and could not imagine a better place to call home. I am passionate about bold climate action, and justice and equality for all.

Articles on Julia: Free Press CTV News

Bnai Brith Debate Mon Sept 13, 2021

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    or by etransfer to donations@winnipegsouthcentre.ca please put name and address in the message.

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Elizabeth Shearer, our 2019 candidate

 

Elizabeth was able to double our vote from the 2015 election.

We placed third with 18% of the vote.

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Annual General Meeting Sunday September 9, 2018

7:30 P.M. Sunday September 9th, 2018
993 Dorchester Ave

Guest speaker: Daniel Blaikie, MP for Elmwood-Transcona

The agenda will be the usual AGM reports and election of the executive. It would be great to get some younger members on the executive. If you can not attend the AGM but are interested in being on the executive please let us know.

The next Federal Election will be in October 21, 2019 so we are looking for a candidate.  Let us know if you or someone you know are interested in being a candidate.

After the AGM and Daniel’s talk we will have refreshments and an opportunity to mingle.

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Annual General Meeting

Tuesday, May 30, 2017
993 Dorchester Ave (between Harrow and Quelph)

7pm AGM
President and Treasurer Reports
Election of Executive

8-10pm Meet and Greet of Provincial Leadership Candidates

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Winnipeg Meetup


Monday June 27th, 2016 at 7 p.m.
Forth Cafe
171 McDermot Ave

Join Devin Tepleski, from Iron & Earth, and learn more about this oil sands worker led organization’s efforts to advocate for a diversified energy sector and ensure trades workers have the skills they need to succeed in building the clean energy projects of tomorrow.

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Annual General Meeting

Winnipeg South Centre NDP is holding its:

Annual General Meeting
Wednesday May 25th, 2016
Crescentwood Community Centre
1170 Corydon Ave
Multipurpose Room
7:00 PM

Guest Speaker: Daniel Blakie, NDP Member of Parliament for Elmwood-Transcona

For more information: info@winnipegsouthcentre.ca

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Climate Change Emergency Shakes Canada’s Corporate Establishment

A good article from counterpunch about the controversy that the Leap Manifesto has stirred up.

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