Who should be Winnipeg's next mayor?
Winnipeggers will go to the polls in the next civic election on Oct. 22, 2014. You have a year to decide who you want to run this city. With all the scandals brewing on Main Street, is it time for a change? Does that matter to you?
Current job: President, Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce
Comment: Waiting for comment.
Current job: Business and Privacy Lawyer
Comment: "I am seriously considering running."
Current job: City councillor, St. James-Brooklands ward
Comment: "You know, I'm seriously considering it right now."
Current job: City councillor, Charleswood-Tuxedo ward
Comment: "I'm seriously considering it."
Current job: Chief operating officer, The Forks Renewal Corp.
Comment: "No comment."
Current job: Current mayor, City of Winnipeg
Comment: Says he will decide in the new year if he is going to run.
Current job: Manitoba minister of jobs and the economy
Comment: Oswald said on Oct. 28, 2013, that she has been "approached by a variety of groups and individuals," but she does not plan to run for mayor.
"I am focused on my new portfolio and look forward to working with the City of Winnipeg and municipalities across Manitoba to ensure we keep growing our economy and creating good jobs that will keep our young people working here at home," she said in a statement.
Current job: Lawyer
Comment: Announced on Oct. 28, 2013, that he is running for mayor in 2014 election.
Current job: City councillor, St. Norbert ward
Comment: Won't say yet.
Current job: Former member of Parliament, Winnipeg North
Comment:: Says she is considering it, she ran in the last civic election and lost to Katz.