Manitoba Votes 2019: CCEDNet's Provincial Election Guide

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Manitoba Votes 2019On September 10, 2019, Manitobans will go to the polls to elect our provincial government. The province is responsible for so many important aspects of our community's futures - local economic and enterprise development, community development, housing, social services and addressing poverty, and taking care of our environment and earth. We know that our shared movement for Community Economic Development - with local & fair local economies, no poverty, and more sustainable communities - has the solutions to tackle some of our province's toughest social, economic, and environmental challenges. 

This resource page is both to help make CED a priority this election, and to keep the community informed about developments throughout the campaign. 

Election Events

Public Policy Road Map for Manitoba’s Sustainable & Inclusive Social, Economic, and Environmental Future

Policy Announcements

Election Information - How to Vote


Election Events

Hunger and Poverty Provincial Forum - Tuesday, August 20th - part of Make Poverty History Manitoba's kNOw Poverty campaign

  • Doors at 6:30pm, Event starts at 7:00pm
  • Knox United Church
  • Presented by:
    Make Poverty History Manitoba
    Winnipeg Harvest
    Social Planning Council of Winnipeg
    Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - Manitoba Office
    Canadian CED Network/ Réseau canadien de DEC
  • Free to attend

UpForDebateMB (Gender Equality and Women’s Rights) - Wednesday, August 21 

  • 7:00pm
  • Canadian Human Rights Museum
  • Location: Canadian Museum for Human Rights (MTS Classroom A & B)
  • Free to attend

Disabilities Matters Leaders Debate - Tuesday, August 27 - part of the Disability Matters Vote campaign

  • 10:00am-12:00pm
  • Norwood Hotel
  • Free to attend

Time to Talk about Public Health Care: Leader's Debate - Thursday, August 29 - part of Manitoba Health Coalition's campaign

  • 7:00pm
  • University of Manitoba Bannatyne Campus
  • Basic Medial Sciences Building - Theatre A - Fred Gaspard Theatre

Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce - Provincial Leadership Debate - Friday, September 6

  • 11am-2pm
  • RBC Convention Centre, Winnipeg
  • Non-member rate of $114

Public Policy Road Map for Manitoba’s Sustainable & Inclusive Social, Economic, and Environmental Future

Every year, members of the Canadian CED Network - Manitoba come together to set out collective public policy goals. 

This year, we are excited to unveil our new policy package. We believe our vision - "Sustainable and Inclusive Communities directing their own Social, Economic, and Environmental Futures" and our public policy mandate should be considered and adopted by all political parties and candidates. 

Our Road Map offers solutions to some of Manitoba's most challenging social, economic, and environmental issues. 

Together, we're focused on:

  • Ending Poverty
  • Local & Fair Economies
  • Tackling Climate Change
  • Sustainable Community-Led Development
  • Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access
  • Democracy & Directing our Own Future

Watch for the unveiling of our new CCEDNet Manitoba Public Policy Road Map in the coming weeks!

In the meantime, check out our Policy page here.


Policy Announcements

Stay tuned to this page for updates throughout the campaign.


Election Information - How to Vote

Election day is September 10, 2019

Advance Voting is: Thursday, August 29 to Thursday, September 5. More info about times & locations here.

Register to vote and more information at Elections Manitoba.


More to add? Another important campaign to mention? Contact Michael Barkman, CCEDNet Manitoba Public Policy Coordinator at: m.barkman at ccednet-rcdec.ca

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