With Tuesday’s submission deadline for candidates of the Winnipeg election come and gone, we now know the names that will appear on ballots across the city.
Voters will go to the polls in 15 wards on Oct. 24.
For the city’s list of general information and frequently asked questions, click here.
Information has already been sent out to voters as to eligibility, required ID, and voting stations. Details are also included on the city website.
Advance voting will open at City Hall on Oct. 1.
Details on all candidates for all positions, including mayor, council and school trustee, can be found on the city website.
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It is worth noting that the former St. Charles ward, which is currently represented by Shaun Dobson, has been restructured.
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Another change in electoral boundaries saw the creation of the Waverley West ward, with the area split away from the former South Winnipeg St. Norbert ward. With only one candidate having registered, Janice Lukes will be acclaimed as councillor.
Elmwood – East Kildonan:
Fort Rouge – East Fort Garry:
River Heights – Fort Garry:
St. Norbert – Seine River:
Candidates for school trustee, representing six school divisions in Winnipeg, are also listed here on the city’s website.
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