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April 19, 2016
CTV News - PC candidate Andrew Smith has been elected in the Southdale riding, CTV News has declared. The former staffer with Provencher MP Ted Falk won in the formerly New Democrat riding, beating out Liberal Ryan Colyer and NDP candidate Dashi Zargani.
April 16, 2016
CTV News - So, the people recognize what we did, so far. We have a brand new school that's coming in Sage Creek. We have child care centres coming," said Zargani. The Conservative candidate in the area is Andrew Smith, who has dabbled in politics over the years.
April 16, 2016
Brandon Sun - New Democrat Dashi Zargani, Progressive Conservative Andrew Smith and Liberal Ryan Colyer are vying for the Southdale seat in the provincial election on Tuesday. NDP spokesman Andrew Tod said he knew nothing of the Green party's allegations.
April 11, 2016
Winnipeg Free Press - The Lance contacted candidates in the April 19 provincial election to answer questions for voters. Here are responses from Southdale candidates Dashi Zargani (NDP), Andrew Smith (PC), and Ryan Colyer (Lib). Dashi Zargani (NDP) Age: 45. Occupation: ...
April 6, 2016
CTV News - Southdale. The electoral division of Southdale. CTV Winnipeg Published Wednesday, April 6, 2016 6:04PM CST. There is no incumbent in the electoral division of Southdale. Manitoba election 2016 candidates: - Ryan Colyer (Liberal) - Andrew Smith (PC)
March 28, 2016
Winnipeg Free Press - Andrew Smith, with his girlfriend, Jaime, says Southdale is a diverse riding. SUPPLIED PHOTO. Andrew Smith, with his girlfriend, Jaime, says Southdale is a diverse riding. Andrew Smith says he wants to help Manitobans get more for their money. Smith ...
January 31, 2016
Winnipeg Free Press - SUBMITTED PHOTO. Dashi Zargani was chosen as the NDP's candidate in the Southdale constituency Sunday. The release said the NDP has nominated 32 candidates for the April 19 election. Andrew Smith is running for the Progressive Conservatives.
November 30, 2015
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