News that mentions Shandi Strong
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April 16, 2016
Globalnews.ca - Summary: The NDP's Rob Altemeyer will try to keep Wolseley an NDP stronghold while the candidates from the Progressive Conservative, Liberal, Green and Manitoba parties all want to take the riding as their own. Boundaries: The Assiniboine River runs ...
April 16, 2016
Winnipeg Sun - ... attracting more attention just before the vote. Though the NDP has soared to victory in the past, Liberal candidate Shandi Strong, a transgender woman and advocate, could help split the socially progressive vote and assist the Greens in gaining ground.
April 15, 2016
CBC.ca - Also running in Wolseley are Raquel Dancho of the Progressive Conservatives, Shandi Strong for the Liberals and Wayne Sturby of the Manitoba Party. Nickarz said the Green brand is gaining credibility in Canada, helped in part because May successfully ...
April 13, 2016
Winnipeg Free Press - The Liberals have nominated Shandi Strong and the Conservatives have nominated Raquel Dancho. Wayne Sturby is running for the Manitoba Party. St. Paul's College political scientist Chris Adams said the Greens will have a decent share of the popular ...
April 11, 2016
Winnipeg Free Press - The Metro contacted candidates in the April 19 provincial election to answer questions for voters. Below are responses from Wolseley candidates David Nickarz (Green), Raquel Dancho (PC), Rob Altemeyer (NDP) and Shandi Strong (Lib). Raquel Dancho ...
April 6, 2016
Winnipeg Free Press - Participants include Wab Kinew (NDP, Fort Rouge), Peter Koroma (Liberal, Logan), Shandi Strong (Liberal, Wolseley), David Nickarz (Green, Wolseley) and Matthew Ostrove (MB Party, Fort Rouge). The event starts at noon at the U of M's Bannatyne Campus ...
March 28, 2016
Winnipeg Free Press - Also in attendance were NDP candidate Barb Burkowski (Transcona), Liberal candidates Kurt Berger (Elmwood) and Shandi Strong (Wolseley), and Progressive Conservative candidates Heather Stefanson (Tuxedo) and Shannon Martin (Morris). 'One of the ...
February 26, 2016
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