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Winnipeg Votes 2006
Winnipeg Votes 2006

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Voting Date: October 25, 2006  

News Archive


  • Katz wins four more years as Winnipeg mayor

  • 3 new faces, and a familiar one, coming to council

  • Incumbent councillor 'ecstatic' to win tight race

  • Live Winnipeg election coverage tonight

  • Bring ID to vote: election official

  • River Heights race heats up as mayor endorses candidate

  • Emerson council candidates forced to weigh job versus office

  • Don't count on low property taxes indefinitely: analyst

  • Survey says: some candidates would consider police commission

  • Efficiency at city hall not a priority: Winnipeg chamber survey

  • Winnipeg mayoral candidates grilled on gang problem

  • Mayoral candidate Cerilli unveils crime strategy

  • Benham should return city credit card: taxpayers federation

  • 33 Manitoba communities acclaim their politicians

  • Katz pledges Wi-Fi access for downtown Winnipeg

  • Criminal charges cloud mayoral race in Manitoba city

  • Mayoral candidate's green plan includes rapid transit, herbicide ban

  • OlyWest hog plant opponents form NoWinniPig alliance

  • No more career councillors, says mayoral candidate

  • Winnipeg mayoral candidate calls for living wage bylaw

  • Katz proposes 'P3' funding for new police stations

  • Katz promises to can graffiti with spray paint bylaw

  • September

  • Councillors, mayoral candidates scrap over parking lot

  • City firing prompts calls for whistleblower laws

  • Winnipeg civic election officially begins

  • Hasselriis wants immigrants, refugees to vote

  • Former NDP MLA Cerilli enters mayoral race

  • Manitoba's last 'dry' towns to vote on booze bans

  • New 'Green party' to run in Winnipeg civic election

  • August

  • Winnipeg mayor to seek re-election

  • Former councillor returns to Winnipeg politics

  • June

  • Council race opens at Winnipeg City Hall